Role of Designated Evaluator

The Role Of The Designated Evaluator



The Designated Evaluator assists and monitors the faculty member’s development of and progress of the Professional Improvement Plan.


The Designated Evaluator:


  • Explains the College’s professional improvement standards as they relate to requirements for employment, promotion and tenure.


  • Directs the faculty member to the PIRT BlackBoard site for guidelines, templates and example PIPs.


  • Directs the faculty member to his/her PIRT Team coach.


  • Interacts with the faculty member about the plan, and encourages a discussion of the plan within the department/program at a department/program meeting, or by posting to the department/program folder.


  • Assists faculty member in aligning the PIP with COCC’s internal communities (college, department, program) to promote professional growth within the context of college goals/mission/vision.


  • Monitors the deadline for filing the plan.


  • Reads the plan and forwards it to the PIRT committee for review and approval.

  Notes progress on the Professional Improvement Plan as a comment on the faculty member’s Annual Report of Activities.

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