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Disability Support Coordinator

Center for Educational Access

Vacancy Number 300455

Position Type: Regular, full-time exempt position with full, competitive benefits package
Opens: 08/01/14     Re-opens: 09/11/14     Closes: 09/18/14

Salary: $39,850 - $45,870

Note:  Applications received by our previous August 2014 submission deadline are being reviewed, and resubmission is not required.

The Center for Educational Access is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for students with document disabilities and works to ensure access to all campus facilities and programs.  Our services include accommodations for the classroom and for campus life, accessibility on campus, and advocacy for students registered with the center.  We’re seeking a Disability Support Coordinator to help us provide outstanding service and support.

Our Disability Support Coordinator will provide specialized support for students with disabilities, both in and out of the classroom, in order to facilitate full access and involvement in all aspects of University life.  Provides students with updated technology education as well as researches new product designs to aid and support students with disabilities. Provides information to students, their families, staff, and faculty regarding disabilities, accommodations, access, and advocacy concerns. Collaborate with numerous UB offices in order to provide support for students with disabilities as they navigate through their educational journey.  Serves as back up to Director, supervises student and contractual employees, and provides the necessary direction and guidance when the Director is not available.   Responsibilities include:

Meet individually with students to identify their disability-related academic needs; refer for further assessments of disability, if needed, or for services not provided directly by the Center for Educational Access

Recommend or negotiate reasonable and appropriate academic accommodations between individual student and faculty; provide problem-solving advisement, support, advocacy, trouble shoot and mediate between students, staff and faculty, suggest appropriate curricular design to meet the needs of specific disabilities

Research updated assistive technology for student use; coordinate purchase and installation; train students on use as individually appropriate.

Coordinate the Workforce Recruitment Program for eligible CEA students.  Provide support to CEA students in their career development activities.

Serve as an educator by increasing awareness of the needs and potential contributions of students with disabilities among students, faculty and staff by offering or coordinating workshops, seminars and/or forums on disability issues

Hire, train, supervise, and evaluate student and contractual 1 employees (i.e. interpreters).  Act as the advisor for Delta Alpha Pi, the academic honor society for students with disabilities.  Serve on divisional and/or University committees as needed/requested. Assist with preparation of necessary reports and assessments.

Required Education and Experience

Education:  Bachelor’s degree in education, counseling, social work, rehabilitation services, human services or related degree

Experience:  Three years’ experience in higher education, social services or non-profit agencies serving the community of individuals with disabilities.

Some supervisory experience is preferred

Preferred Education and Experience

Education: Master’s degree education, counseling, social work, rehabilitation services, or human services or related degree

Experience:  Experience with assistive technology; one year supervisory experience of professional/student staff.

Knowledge/experience of military/veterans.  Experience working with faculty, staff and parents in an educational setting.  Experience with budgets.  Familiarity with social media.

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

Knowledge of federal laws that include the American with Disabilities Amendments Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973
Basic understanding of curricular design as it relates to working with specific disabilities
Excellent oral and written communication skills and demonstrated commitment of working with individuals from diverse backgrounds
Ability to work a flexible daily routine to include early evening and occasional weekend hours

We appreciate your interest in the Disability Support Coordinator recruitment. Please review the information below before you visit to apply.

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