The Educational Assessment Advisor (EAA) is a client-focused role responsible for keeping the PAR name and family of assessments top of mind in the educational community. Focus is on promoting and supporting PAR and distributed products throughout the largest school districts in the U.S. through workshops, attendance at numerous state and national conventions, and personal contacts including in-person visits, e-mail, mail, and telephone. Primary objective is strengthening strategic relationships, improved perceptions of our instruments, and growing market share. Individual will also stay abreast of broad trends at the state level as they impact practice within the districts. The role will provide active support for our author community and new product launches and may also provide feedback and input to new product ideas and products under development. The EAA will also be encouraged to be an active thought leader in the marketplace by posting to social media and potentially publishing white papers and other content-related materials that support and inform assessment professionals.
PAR provides a generous and competitive benefits package to employees. Click here to view a summary of the benefits offered.
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From its modest beginnings in Bob and Cathy Smith's home 39 years ago, PAR has grown into a leading publisher of psychological assessment materials designed to help our Customers better serve their clients.