Reporting to the ADA and Section 504 Director, the Associate Director is responsible for the facilitation and coordination of student intake services as well as the identification and implementation of reasonable academic accommodations in compliance with federal guidelines and College policy and practices.
Department: Disability Services
Required Qualification Summary:
Minimum educational requirement of a Master's in counseling, rehabilitation counseling, special education or similar program of study.
3 to 5 years of prior work experience in student services, preferably with direct experience related to disability services and accommodations or a combination of work experience and educational background will be considered.
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