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Assessment Analyst
AQA Education
AQA’s Assessment Analyst role is an exciting opportunity for a talented individual who is passionate about using data to improve assessments. The Assessment Analyst will work with AQA’s Assessment Development and Assessment Design functions to drive continuous improvement in the assessments of the UK’s largest exam board. The successful candidate will need either experience of manipulating large datasets, programming using Python or R, or past assessment experience.
Head of Awarding & Standards
Reporting to the Assistant Director for Standards & Research, the role leads on all matters related to awarding processes and the setting and maintenance of qualification standards.

Working with colleagues, other awarding organisations, and regulators, the post holder will
- design, implement and assure the quality of awarding processes
- provide technical support for the design and development of new and reformed qualifications
- contribute to the delivery of assessments, including mark standardisation, awarding, and the issuing of results
Postdoctoral position in "Large-scale assessments" (2-year, full-time)
Dept. of Psychology, University of Cyprus
We invite proposals for one (1) postdoctoral research position on "Large-scale assessments in the social sciences and education". The proposals could target measurement and technical aspects of such programs, or topics related to substantive theoretical and interpretative questions, as well as questions of policy translations and the governance of education. Our team is multidisciplinary spanning educational, psychological, methodological, and social research. Proposals should follow one of the sub-scientific areas below:
- Measurement models for scaling and analyzing large-scale assessment data that could refine our understanding of key constructs. Data may include self-reports, observational, qualitative and behavioral/process variables.
- Survey design, questionnaire and test construction, sampling, administration procedures, marking/rating of responses and instrument equivalence across samples (e.g. countries, linguistic groups).
- Substantive investigations with large-scale assessment data, e.g. the location of such data in policy formulations, or the relationship between socioeconomic, psychological or instructional measures with achievement.
- Cross-cultural policies and practices of large-scale assessment data. Public discourses on national and international large-scale assessments: selectivity and instrumentalisation. The influence of international large-scale assessment data on national policies.

Deadline for proposals: 25 Jan. 2024. For more information, please check the link for the Onisilos program ( or contact Michalis Michaelides at
Phd Fellowship
Dublín City University & Prometric
PhD Scholarship in Assessment at the Dublin City University

Dublin City University is a research-intensive, globally engaged, dynamic institution that is distinguished by both the quality and impact of its graduates and its focus on the translation of knowledge into societal and economic benefits. The Institute of Education (IoE) at DCU is the largest body of educational expertise and the only faculty of education in Ireland. The Centre for Assessment Research, Policy and Practice in Education (CARPE) is a core element of DCU’s IoE. CARPE is supported by Prometric, a leading, worldwide provider of technology-enabled testing and assessment services with a significant operations base in Ireland.

CARPE is now offering a three year fully-funded PhD Scholarship. This represents a unique opportunity to design and implement an innovative research project in the area of assessment, under the supervision of the Prometric Chair, Prof. Ernesto Panadero. The successful candidate will become a core member of the established research team at CARPE and will also have the opportunity to connect and collaborate with international researchers in the field.

In a time marked by increasing globalization, technology infusion and social change, both the education sector and the professional testing industry are facing significant challenges in terms of how best to design and deliver authentic, relevant, and fair assessments. It is, accordingly, a demanding, but exciting time to be a scholar in this field.

Application Deadline: 17th of November 2023

If you are interested come and talk to me during the conference (Ernesto Panadero).
Assessment Data Analyst & Developer
Doublestruck Ltd.
Assessment Data Analyst & Developer
£40,000 -£50,000 pa
Hybrid - London or Manchester, flexible home-working arrangements

If your track record includes significant experience handling assessment data, whether educational or psychometric, ideally with an understanding of classical test theory and Rasch modelling / item response theory (IRT) – this is your chance to make a real difference in the world of educational software products.

Doublestruck are now extending our use of our data and are looking for an experienced Assessment Data Analyst & Developer to help show us the way forward. Among our strategic aims, we intend to build on our customer-facing reporting systems to provide the next generation of actionable diagnostics for use by students, teachers, and school leadership. We are also developing tests for the primary sector, where our data and analyses will ensure that we deliver quality assessments.

The role will also require writing analytical code (R or Python) for one-off and repeated analyses, and the maintenance and extension of existing code. You will be expected to work closely with the database team to discuss database architecture, metadata schemas and the development and deployment of a new data warehouse. You will also work with AQA colleagues to collaborate on data-related matters, maintaining an awareness of their data strategies and usage, and working on mutually beneficial sharing of assessment-related data, data schemas, etc.

Get in touch for full details of the role and person requirements.
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Associate/Assistant Professor in Learner-Oriented Assessment (LSA) [NIE]
LSA invites applications with an earned doctorate and a robust research portfolio in learner-oriented assessment to apply for the Assistant/Associate Professor position, particularly someone with an expertise in Educational Technology and cutting edge developments in the Science(s) of Learning such as generative Artificial Intelligence and virtual and augmented reality. This position is an excellent opportunity for outstanding scholars to engage in a dynamic department to advance our education and research goals.
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