Under general supervision and in cooperation with other college professionals and faculty, this position is responsible for accommodation services to students – coordinating and implementing specific accommodations for students with documented disabilities, including test proctoring, note-taking, assistive technology coordination, and recordkeeping which result in accessibility to course material and all services, programs, and activities on campus to support students’ academic success. This position serves the entire campus community as students who access for accommodation services come from many different programs. This position works with faculty to ensure that timely services are being delivered for students who qualify for services under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Because of the coordination with faculty, this position helps the college to stay in compliance with the ADA, 504, MB 1, and other applicable laws.
RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO THE FOLLOWING:
Provide direct service to students with disabilities resulting in accessibility to academic course materials and allowing students to demonstrate competency in areas of study.
Monitor and record services provided to students requesting accommodations, and encourage students who qualify for accommodations to utilize services to ensure academic success.
Perform other duties in collaboration with the Disability Services Coordinator, the CAS Director, the Associate Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs and the College President.
Associate or higher degree in a Disability/Special needs area
One academic year of teaching/tutoring experience at the high school level or above
An equivalent combination of education and work experience
Bachelor’s degree in human services or related field
Two years’ experience working with Accommodations Services
Possess concepts of curriculum, delivery and learning styles sufficient to assist students
Strong working knowledge of Desire2Learn
Working knowledge of basic adult development concepts, college and system policies, FERPA and other data privacy laws, and ADA
Excellent presentation, communication, and facilitation skills
Ability to lead small-group training sessions
Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office software
St. Cloud Technical & Community College (SCTCC) is a regional treasure located in the heart of Central Minnesota. Founded in 1948 as the second technical college in the state, SCTCC has committed to meeting the needs of our community through its 90+ programs of study that closely match the types of jobs available in the area.