Seeking Reading Test Administrators!
Workforce Solutions is seeking Reading Test Administrator to work on a national
evaluation of an early reading program in the Clarksville, TN area.
Administrators will conduct assessments of 2nd grade students
reading skills in elementary schools in Clarksville, TN. In addition, test administrators may
be asked to assist in collecting parental consent forms from schools. Individuals
who have experience working with young children between the ages of 5-8 are
encouraged to apply, especially retired teachers and substitute
will begin with an in-person training the week of March 4th in Clarksville, TN on how to administer the
Woodcock Reading Mastery Test, 3rd Edition, followed immediately by
one day of practice. Testing will tentatively begin on March 11th and continue through April 9th. Please note,
that testing may end early. Reading Test Administrators should expect 35 hours
of work each week during daytime school hours. Candidates must be willing to
travel to local schools and work as part of a team. Qualified candidates must
be available to commit for the entire length of the testing window. Reading
Test Administrators will only be hired if they pass all required background
checks and pass a simple study-created certification test on administering the
Woodcock Reading Mastery Test.
● Be available to attend an in-person training
tentatively scheduled the week of March 5th.
● Be available to work 35 hours/week from March 11th through April 9th, from 7:30 am-3:30
● Access to personal, reliable transportation
● Be willing to travel reasonable distances to
reach assigned schools
● Strong interpersonal skills with both adults
● Strictly adhere to AIR’s and the
school district’s procedures to protect the privacy of children and families
● Maintain contact with the testing team leader
and other project team members
● Submit completed assessments and
timesheets daily to the team leader
● Ability to work well independently and under
the direction of team leaders
● Pass School District required background check
and fingerprinting processes; follow all COVID-19 and other health-related
requirements of the district and AIR
● Bachelor’s Degree in education, child
development, psychology, or a related field
● Experience engaging with children from a
variety of backgrounds
● Experience working with early elementary
school age children (5-8-year-old children)
Data Collectors will receive paid training in
person, tentatively scheduled the week of March 5th. Attendance at training is mandatory. Trainees must successfully complete training
to continue employment on the project.
Pay for this position begins at $24 per hour but will vary based on experience. Mileage will be reimbursed at $.67 per mile when traveling from one school to another.