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KPI 6: Job Satisfaction

Measure 6a: PACE Employee Survey category Supervisory Relationships
Target   3.83 Date
12FA Green Light
3.88  
       
.

Measure 6b: PACE Employee Survey category  Institutional Structure
Target   3.51 Date
12FA
Yellow Light
3.47  
       
.

Measure 6c: PACE Employee Survey category Teamwork
Target   3.83 Date
12FA
Green Light
3.96  
       
.

Measure 6d:  Overall Faculty Job Satisfaction     Full-time
Part-time
Target   80%
92%  Date
11SP
Green Light
84.1%
Yellow Light
87.2% 11SU
           
.

Measure 6e:  Want to be a College Professor     Full-time
Part-time
Target   92%   87% Date
11SP
Yellow Light
87.0%
Green Light
87.2% 11SU
           
.

Measure 6f:  PACE Employee Campus Climate Cooperation
Target   3.48 Date
12FA
Yellow Light
3.44  
Leadership
Target 3.57 Date
12FA
Red Light
3.26  
Relationship
Target   3.41 Date
12FA
Red Light
3.21  
Core Values
Target   3.40 Date
12FA Red Light
3.29  
       
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(Relates to AQIP Category 4, Valuing people, Category 5, Leading and communicating, and Category 9, Building collaborative relationships)
Description/Definition:  The mean score on the following categories in the Personal Assessment of the College Environment (PACE) employee survey:  Supervisory Relationships, Institutional Structure, Teamwork, and Overall.
Methodology, Frequency and Data Source:  The PACE survey is administered every three years at IVCC and is available to all full- and part-time college employees.  This measure looks at the mean score achieved in each of the above mentioned categories.  The scale ranges as follows:  Collaborative = 4.0 – 5.0; Consultative = 3.0 – 3.99; Competitive = 2.0 – 2.99; and Coercive = 1.0 – 1.99.  
Source:  Overall Comparative Analysis (Pg. 17 for March 2007) of the IVCC PACE Survey Results from the National Initiative for Leadership & Institutional Effectiveness (NILIE) at NCSU.

(Relates to AQIP Category 3, Understanding students’ and other stakeholders’ needs, Category 4, Valuing people, and Category 5, Leading & communicating)
Description/Definition:  A rating of job satisfaction by faculty participating in the Higher Education Research Institute (HERI) faculty survey.
Methodology, Frequency and Data Source:  This measure is the percentage of full-time and part-time faculty respondents who indicated “definitely yes” or “probably yes” to the following question in the HERI Faculty Survey:  “If you were to begin your career again, would you still want to come to this institution?”  The Higher Education Research Institute (HERI) conducts this national survey every three years.  It was last conducted at IVCC in spring of 2008 (Full-time respondents = 59; Part-time respondents = 48).  
Source:  2007-2008 IVCC HERI Faculty Survey Results All Respondent Types

Note:  IVCC faculty participated in the 2004-2005 and 2007-2008 HERI Faculty Survey.  In 2004-2005 only full-time faculty were included.  In the 2007-2008 survey both full-time and part-time faculty had the opportunity to participate.  In the 2007-2008 survey F/T @ public 2-yr Colleges = 78.4% and P/T @ public 2-yr Colleges=77.7%.

(Relates to AQIP Category 4, Valuing people)
Description/Definition:  A rating by faculty participating in the Higher Education Research Institute (HERI) faculty survey of their desire to be a college professor.
Methodology, Frequency and Data Source:  This measure is the percentage of full-time and part-time faculty respondents who indicated “definitely yes” or “probably yes” to the following question in the HERI Faculty Survey.  “If you were to begin your career again, would you still want to be a college professor?  The Higher Education Research Institute (HERI) conducts this national survey every three years.  It was last conducted at IVCC in spring of 2008 (Full-time respondents = 59; Part-time respondents = 48).  
Source:  2007-2008 IVCC HERI Faculty Survey Results All Respondent Types

Note:  IVCC faculty participated in the 2004-2005 and 2007-2008 HERI Faculty Survey.  In 2004-2005 only full-time faculty were included.  In the 2007-2008 survey both full-time and part-time faculty had the opportunity to participate.  In the 2007-2008 survey F/T @ public 2-yr Colleges = 91.9% and P/T @ public 2-yr Colleges=89.1%.

(Relates to AQIP Category 4, Valuing people, and Category 5, Leading and communicating)
Description/Definition:  Questions on campus climate asked in the Personal Assessment of the College Environment (PACE) employee survey: (1) Cooperation – The extent to which a spirit of cooperation exists at this institution, (2) Leadership – The extent to which I am satisfied with the overall administrative leadership of the college, (3) Relationship – The extent to which there is a positive relationship among faculty staff and administration, and (4) Core Values – The extent to which the college’s decisions and actions are consistent with its core values.
Methodology, Frequency and Data Source:  The PACE survey is administered every three years at IVCC and is available to all full- and part-time college employees.  This measure looks at the mean score achieved in each of the above mentioned categories.  The scale ranges as follows:  Collaborative = 4.0 – 5.0; Consultative = 3.0 – 3.99; Competitive = 2.0 – 2.99; and Coercive = 1.0 – 1.99.  
Source:  Overall Comparative Analysis (Pg. 17 for March 2007) of the IVCC PACE Survey Results from the National Initiative for Leadership & Institutional Effectiveness (NILIE) at NCSU.