[athen] FW: [adtech-ps] CA Job Opening

Stewart, Ron ron.stewart at oregonstate.edu
Mon Dec 20 14:06:53 PST 2004

Sorry did not include the information on the location of this one:

It is from Cal State San Bernardino http://hrd.csusb.edu/technical.html


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>Stewart, Ron

>Sent: Monday, December 20, 2004 1:10 PM

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>Subject: [adtech-ps] CA Job Opening



>Another AT job in California, I think I need to ask for a raise.




>& MEDIA (ACM): Full-time, permanent, "exempt" position.

>Salary: $3,915.00 to $8,013.00 per month. Work Schedule:

>Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

>Duties: Under the direct supervision of the Director of ACM,

>the incumbent will have a high level of responsibility for

>direct consultative support and training for students, staff,

>and faculty in the area of assistive technology, including

>applications software, web page accessibility and compliance

>with ADA, World Wide Web Consortium's

>("W3C") Web Accessibility Initiative ("WAI") and Section 508

>of the Rehabilitation Act requirements for professional

>development. The incumbent will have responsibility for

>supporting existing assistive technology resources and

>providing individualized assistive technology services

>including assessments, training, setups, and technical support

>to the Inland Empire community. The incumbent will effectively

>assess the computing needs of people with disabilities for

>assistive and standard computing technologies and write

>reports that clearly communicate the assessed computing needs

>of an individual with a disability. The incumbent will develop

>individualized training plans for training assistive and

>standard technologies that are easy to understand and develop

>step by step basic instructions for completing standard and

>assistive computing tasks for people of a variety of skill

>levels. The incumbent will travel to homes of people with

>disabilities and provide assessment, training, setup, and

>support of the standard and assistive technologies. The

>incumbent will provide consultative and on-site support and

>services to the user community in the area of access to

>information resources and assistive technology software and

>hardware. The incumbent will evaluate web pages for

>accessibility requirements and provide support for

>creating/updating web pages to meet the campus Web

>Accessibility Policy. The incumbent will provide technical

>advice and expertise in the evaluation, purchase, upgrade, and

>maintenance of assistive technology resources for the campus.

>The incumbent will assess campus-training needs and develop

>seminar courses; maintain an inventory of campus assistive

>technology resources; research available products and systems

>and recommend alternatives to meet identified needs. The

>incumbent will seek out and develop new funding opportunities

>to support the growth of the Assistive Computing Resources

>Center, which will include writing grants. The incumbent will

>act as a campus point of contact; advise and assist faculty,

>staff, and students in the selection of available assistive

>software and hardware sources. The incumbent will participate

>in needs assessments and evaluate potential purchases for

>compatibility with existing systems; and prepare requests for

>proposals, cost estimates, and justifications. The incumbent

>will develop and recommend policies, procedures and standards

>regarding information resource accessibility. The incumbent

>will develop and/or conduct training programs, assistive

>technology equipment orientations, demonstration and tours.

>The incumbent will oversee a Department of Rehabilitation

>grant; and will teach an annual course in "Computer Technology

>and Assistive Devices. Qualifications: Applicants must possess

>a Bachelor's Degree in a related field. An emphasis in special

>education or any credential that includes assistive technology

>is preferred. The equivalent to four years of experience with

>computer related assistive technology is required. Applicant

>must have experience in providing individualized computer

>training and support to individuals with limited computer

>skills. Experience with the design of assistive workstations

>is required. Applicants must have advanced and comprehensive

>knowledge of campus supported assistive and standard software

>applications and equipment types. Applicants must have

>advanced knowledge and skills in the area of assistive

>technology and access to information resources for individuals

>with disabilities. Applicants must also be familiar with ADA

>requirements regarding information systems, Web Content

>Accessibility Guidelines of the World Wide Web Consortium's

>("W3C") Web Accessibility Initiative ("WAI") and Section 508

>of the Rehabilitation Act. A working knowledge in the

>following software

>applications: JAWS for Windows, Dragon Naturally Speaking, An

>Open Book, WYNN, ZoomText, Outlook Express, Internet Explorer

>and Microsoft Office is required. Reliable transportation is

>required. Applicants must be willing to travel to clients'

>homes to provide services. Fingerprinting is a requirement of

>this position. Current employees will be given preferred

>consideration. This position will remain open until filled.




>Ron Stewart, Director

>Technology Access Program

>Information Services

>Oregon State University

>109 Kidder Hall

>Corvallis, Oregon 97331

>Phone: 1.541.737.7307

>Fax: 1.541.737.2159

>E-mail: Ron.Stewart at oregonstate.edu

>WWW: http://tap.oregonstate.edu



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