The Coordinator for Disability Support Services provides disability support services; academic, career and transfer advising; and intervention services to students; coordinates note-taking, scribe and reading services, including the hiring, training, and supervising of staff who provide the services; and provides education to faculty and staff on disability- and intervention-related issues.
Duties include, but are not limited to, supervising a staff of approximately 15-20 part-time note-takers; serving as an advocate for issues regarding students with disabilities to ensure equal access; providing services that promote access to the campus community; providing consultation and disability awareness to the campus community regarding academic accommodations, compliance with legal responsibilities, as well as instructional, programmatic, physical, and curriculum modifications; working directly with a cohort of students to develop a plan for the provision of approved academic accommodations and academic success; using a service delivery model that encourages students with disabilities to develop independence; serving as a member of our Student Intervention and Prevention team to present students exhibiting concerning behavior with appropriate resources and referrals; and assisting with program evaluation and the assessment of student learning outcomes.
This is an exempt, professional staff position reporting to the Director for Disability and Student Intervention Services and is part of the Student Affairs and Institutional Effectiveness division of the College.
A master’s degree in Psychology, Counseling, Social Work, Higher Education or related field, and over three years up to and including five years of related experience including:
The position requires professional judgment and the ability to listen, question, reflect, and analyze. The candidate will often need to facilitate creative solutions to the barriers that exist by learning about and analyzing environmental variables and working proactively to reframe notions of access for faculty and other campus personnel.
Salary will be commensurate with education and experience.
For best consideration apply online by September 5, 2019.
HCC is a smoke/tobacco-free campus.
HCC is an AA / EEO / ADA employer committed to diversity in the college community.
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