[Athen] FW: Disabiltiy Specialist positon open at the University of Colorado Boulder

Catherine M. Stager Kilcommons Catherine.Stager-kilcommons at Colorado.EDU
Wed Oct 31 17:04:45 PDT 2012

From: John Samuel Meister
Sent: Wednesday, October 31, 2012 2:05 PM
To: Glenda Nash Buscarello; Carla Hoskins; Cynthia Bedell; Jayne Ann MacArthur; Kathryn S Bowman; Karen Sue Boyd; Raymond R Carleton; Catherine M. Stager Kilcommons; Susan Kelmer; Susan Paulson; Pramila Patel; Jaclyn Chavarria; Howard Kramer; Vanessa Jaymes Sanchez; dsinfo; Andrea Iglesias; Corey Levy; Glenda M Russell; Debra L. Naranjo; Nola Salisbury; Valerie E Embry; Michael Deragisch; Judith L Moore
Cc: Cynthia Catherine Donahue; Karen A. Rosenschein; Alphonse Keasley
Subject: Disabiltiy Specialist positon open at the University of Colorado Boulder


Please share with anyone who may be seeking a position in the field or other departments who may have interested applicants.

The University of Colorado Boulder currently is seeking a Disability Specialist to join our dynamic team of professional staff.

The Disability Services department currently has a population of over 1,450 students registered with the office. This represents approximately 5% of the total student population of the University.

Interested applicants should apply at www.jobsatcu.com<http://www.jobsatcu.com>

The following job posting number is associated with the position: 819859.

Full consideration will be given to applications received through Sunday, November 11th, 2012.

The department hopes to have the identified candidate in place by mid-January 2013.

For specific questions, please contact John Meister, Assistant Director, at john.meister at colorado.edu<mailto:john.meister at colorado.edu>.


John S. Meister, MS, CRC, LPC
Assistant Director

University of Colorado at Boulder
Disability Services/ODECE
Center for Community, Suite 200
303-492-5602 direct
303-492-5601 fax
303-492-8671 main

General Office Schedule: Tuesday -Friday - All Day


"Disability is not a 'brave struggle' or 'courage in the face of adversity'. Disability is an art. It's an ingenious way to live." Neil Marcus

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