Working at MIT offers opportunities, an environment, a culture - and benefits - that just aren't found together anywhere else. If you're curious, motivated, want to be part of a unique community, and help shape the future - then take a look at this opportunity.
DISABILITY AND ACCESS SPECIALIST , Disability and Access Services , to act as a vital member of the Disability and Access Services team whose mission is to enable an accessible campus experience at MIT by ensuring access for qualified students with disabilities; and consulting on digital accessibility, assistive technology, and user experience. Will provide direct service to students with disabilities, including accommodations and auxiliary support services and consultation and training related to assistive technology; ensure that MIT course websites and materials are accessible to students with disabilities; consult with and advise MIT employees in need of assistive technology accommodations and services; and represent the Disability and Access Services office at campus events and collaborate with key campus partners.
REQUIRED : a bachelor's degree (master's preferred) in education, special education, vocational rehabilitation, or related field; two years of relevant disability/accessibility work experience; working knowledge of assistive technologies and their interactions with web, desktop, and mobile products and services; strong interpersonal and communication skills; excellent judgment and discretion in the handling of confidential information; initiative; flexibility; and the ability to work in a collaborative, dynamic, high-energy, team-oriented environment. Experience in a higher education setting, specifically with STEM accessibility services; experience with faculty collaboration; and knowledge of the Americans with Disabilities Act in the higher education environment are desired. Job #17958-5
Salary range: $45-55,000, depending on experience
Internal Number: 17958
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