The National Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners (NBOME) is seeking a dynamic Test Development Assistant to plan and facilitate responsibilities that support the development of the NBOME examinations. The Test Development Assistant will also participate in and support the Licensure Assessment Services Department meetings that sustain item development, examination review, item analysis, and key validation processes.


LOCATION: CHICAGO OFFICE                                                                    DEPARTMENT: LICENSURE ASSESSMENT SERVICES


·         Draft and distribute writing assignments, item processing and coding, communication with item writers.

·         Track and assist item writers in completion of item writing and review, prepare materials, group facilitation, and complete all necessary follow-up activities.

·         Build and maintain strong relationships with National Faculty and NBOME staff members to achieve required results. 

·         Schedule, plan, prepare, facilitate, and complete necessary follow-up work for Licensure Assessment Services Department meetings that are held throughout the year.

·         Maintain database and provide accurate data reports.


·         Must be able to work occasional weekend days for department meetings.

·         Ability to be well organized and work effectively both as part of a team and independently.

·         Ability to multitask, work in fast-paced environment, and be flexible.

·         Exhibit high-quality proofreading skills and typing accuracy, strong written and verbal communication skills.

·         Knowledge of medical terminology preferred.

·         Proficient in MS applications including Excel, PowerPoint and Word.





To Apply:

Please submit a resume summarizing your qualifications to Human Resources by email at HRadmin@nbome.org. NBOME is an E-Verify participant. The NBOME is an Equal Opportunity Employer that complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the organization has facilities. Applicants must be legally eligible to work in the United States.