The Clinical Assistive Technology Specialist will provide applied services at the Hiram G. Andrews Center in Johnstown, PA. This position will be responsible for developing, maintaining, applying and coordinating assistive technology (AT) efforts of the Department of Rehabilitation Science and Technology in the areas of computer access and assistive technology for cognition. The incumbent will perform evaluations and generate reports specifying the technology, interventions, and classroom / work site modifications to promote greater independence and efficiency for persons with disabilities. They will also be responsible for training, troubleshooting and integrating assistive technology interventions. The candidate must demonstrate excellent written and oral communication skills. The incumbent will also be responsible for demonstrating/presenting AT.
Hiring Range: $46,644.00 - $76,440.00
Education Required: Baccalaureate
Overall Related Experience Level Required: 2-3 years experience
Additional Education And/or Experience Essential To the Position: Applicants must have experience working with persons with disabilities and with technology. The candidate must also demonstrate excellent written and oral communication skills Preferred applicant: Master's degree in a technology or rehabilitation field with specific experience with assistive technology and working with physical / cognitive disabilities. Examples could include: Rehabilitation Technology, Rehabilitation Engineering, Occupational therapy, Speech Language Pathology, Rehabilitation Counseling, Computer Science or Special Education.
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