• Math Assessment Item Writer

    Job Location US-DC
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    United States
    Test Development/Content
  • Overview

    Want to use your degree to help improve education? Join our Math Team!

    Math Assessment Item Writers
    Location: Washington, D.C.

    AIR’s Assessment Division develops academic tests covering 3-12 math concepts. We are looking for new graduates with Math expertise to help develop these tests.

    AIR Assessment is the leader in statewide, online assessment. We integrate cutting edge technology with content expertise to develop standardized assessments across the nation.


    The Math Item Writer will work with the Math Content Team on test development projects across a variety of assessment programs.

    Responsibilities include:

    • Assists in the research and finding of stimulus material for test use, obtaining copyright permission as needed
    • Participates in group item reviews and assists in writing test items
    • Records team feedback on test items at individual meetings and group review sessions
    • Assists with the creation of training materials for item writers
    • Provides planning and logistical support at client committee meetings
    • Assists with the assembly of field test and operational test forms
    • Contributes to the creation of ancillary testing materials for interpretive guides, score reports, and item release websites
    • Assists senior staff in the management of test item pools
    • Assists senior staff in the development of new assessments, products, and services
    • Assists with the creation of test specifications
    • Performs miscellaneous test development tasks, as requested by senior staff


    • B.A. in Math Education or a related field.
    • Successful candidates will demonstrate the ability to identify problems and conceptualize solutions, prioritize tasks and meet deadlines, work collaboratively with others



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