• Ph.D. in Measurement or a closely-related field.
• Highly skilled in psychometrics and well-prepared to develop new tests, analyze existing tests, and adapt tests for new purposes such as converting group-administered tests to computer administration.
• In addition to internal analyses of tests, prepared to conduct external research on tests, including construct and criterion-related validity.
• Broad expertise in quantitative methods including modern-test-theory and classical-test-theory approaches and structural-equations modeling.
• Ability to write effective reports for professional and lay audiences.
• Ability to plan and execute new lines of research.
• Ability to present research at professional conferences and publish articles in scholarly journals. More broadly, to sustain an awareness of our work in the larger research community.
• Ability to maintain knowledge of outside research related to our work and to communicate developments to others within the JOCRF.
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