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About LSAC

Take Your Career to the Next Level

Welcome to LSAC’s Employment Opportunities page. We proudly offer a supportive, team-oriented environment, competitive salaries, and a flexible, cafeteria-style benefits package.

Headquartered in the Newtown section of Bucks County, Pennsylvania, we are approximately 30 miles north of Philadelphia and 20 miles south of Princeton, New Jersey. LSAC is best known for administering the Law School Admission Test (LSAT). However, we do much more. With the commitment and support of our staff members, we will continue to fulfill our mission—to provide quality services to law schools, law school applicants and potential applicants, and the educational community. We invite you to join us in achieving our goals.

LSAC takes great pride in its dedication to being an EOE/AA Employer. All qualified individuals, including minorities, women, and people who are differently abled, are encouraged to apply.

Test Specialist

Position Code: TS
Group: Test Development
Application Deadline: July 31, 2017

Law School Admission Council (LSAC) is a nonprofit educational service organization. LSAC develops and administers the LSAT, a high-stakes entrance examination for law schools that assesses reasoning and reading skills. LSAC is seeking highly motivated individuals who are eager to participate in the development of the LSAT, a gateway to legal education and a career in the law.

Primary Responsibilities

The successful candidate will join a team of test specialists who develop high-quality questions for the LSAT. The position requires the writing, review, and revision of questions that are designed to assess high-level reading, critical thinking, and deductive reasoning skills. Test Specialists also ensure that LSAT questions are fair to all members of the diverse LSAT test-taking population. Other duties may include participating in the review and development of informational and test-preparation materials and in research related to the LSAT.

Qualifications

Some training in logic, a broad background in liberal arts, and precise and fluent use of Standard Written English are necessary. Experience in college teaching is desirable. Demonstrated organizational skills, the ability to work independently and collaboratively, and the ability to meet deadlines are required. Proficiency in Spanish is a plus. Educational qualifications include an MA and doctoral-level work in philosophy, classics, history, theoretical linguistics, literature, or some related discipline requiring strong reading, reasoning, and analytical skills. A PhD is a plus.

LSAC is committed to building a culturally diverse staff and strongly encourages applications from female and minority candidates.

Salary: $68,000 per year or more depending on qualifications and experience. Benefits are highly competitive.

How to Apply

Once you find a position that interests you, send your résumé and letter of application stating the position you are applying for, position code, and salary requirements through one of the following three application options:

Postal Mail

C. Rommel, HR Section
Law School Admission Council
PO BOX 40
Newtown PA 18940

Fax: 215.504.3808

Email: employment@LSAC.org
(Please send résumé in Microsoft Word format.)

NOTE: Only résumés with salary requirements will be considered.

Questions?

Please feel free to contact our Human Resources Section via email at employment@LSAC.org.

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