As a Grant Thornton North Carolina 100® company, Measurement Incorporated (MI) is recognized a rapidly-growing, large private company. MI has also been recognized for innovative workplace practices that foster work-life balance. We offer benefits including generous paid time off, no-cost health insurance, 401K plans, and an employee stock ownership plan. MI is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Below you will find our career opportunities currently available.
Within the field of performance assessment scoring, MI has distinguished itself by relying on an extensive and disciplined approach to training and monitoring a carefully selected workforce of qualified readers that is unparalleled in the industry. Due to the seasonal nature of scoring, MI hires and offers paid training to thousands of seasonal, highly skilled and well-educated employees to score tests on a project-by-project basis. Readers/evaluators are required to maintain strict guidelines for accuracy and productivity. If you have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university, you may be qualified to join our temporary staff as a reader/evaluator. For more information about site-based and remote positions available, please click the link below.
Other Career Opportunities
In addition to accounting, marketing, and human resource staff, MI’s products and services require experienced professionals knowledgeable about handscoring, automated scoring, information technology, item and test development, program evaluation and school improvement, reporting, analysis, educational research, certification and licensure, and technical assistance. For more information about current job opportunities at MI, select from the list of available positions below.
Measurement Incorporated is seeking item writers to develop assessment items for elementary, middle, and high school science exams. Item writers will be primarily responsible for developing assessment items aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards, but will also develop items for other projects as needed.
Research and Development