[Athen] FW: Position Announcement
ron.stewart at dolphinusa.com
Sun Jun 22 16:44:44 PDT 2008
Anyone want to work in Philly? You will get to work with this crazy Irish
friend of mine.
Assistive Technology Position Available at Temple University
Reporting to the Director of Disability Resources, the
Coordinator of Student Services (Assistive Technology) is
responsible for the provision of information, assessment,
and training on Assistive Technology (AT). This position
plans, leads, and implements University-wide projects that
promote and enable greater use of AT. Responsible for the
acquisition and management of AT related grants. Designs and
delivers University-wide AT training/awareness programs as
well as individualized guidance and expertise on AT
resources and facilities. Responsible for the website design
and content for the Department of Disability Resources.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Required Education and Experience:
Master's degree. Two or more years of experience in the
field of Assistive Technology. CSUN ATACP certification
and/or similar certification in Assistive Technology. An
equivalent combination of education and experience may be
Required Skills and Abilities:
*Comprehensive knowledge of Assistive Technology and its'
utilization for University students with a disability.
*Direct experience installing, maintaining, and updating
assistive technology applications.
*Demonstrated ability to train users in AT applications in
individual and group settings.
*Ability to acquire and manage department grants related to
*Ability to manage projects, complete tasks with various
deadlines, and work in cross-departmental environment.
*Strong written, verbal, and interpersonal communications
Please apply to Requisition # TU-11376.
Human Resources Department
Online App. Form:
J. Brian Seidel
Student Services Coordinator
Disability Resources & Services
100 Ritter Annex
1301 Cecil B. Moore Ave.
Philadelphia, PA 19122
Phone: 215 204-1280
FAX: 215 204-6794
E-Mail: brian.seidel at temple.edu
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