[Jobs] FW: Director Position at University of California, Irvine
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Wed Nov 22 16:17:39 UTC 2017
>From: Somphone Eno [mailto:somphone at uci.edu]
>Sent: Tuesday, November 21, 2017 11:56 AM
>Subject: Director Position at University of California, Irvine
>Come join our team!
>The Disability Services Center at University of
>California, Irvine is seeking a Director (Req No.: 2017-1143).
>The UC Irvine Disability Services Center (DSC)
>coordinates and facilitates access to academic
>and nonÂacademic services, programs and
>facilities for students with documented
>permanent or temporary disabilities. The DSC
>currently provides services to approximately
>1,500 students annually. DSC's mission will
>evolve and change over time due to emerging
>disabilities, increasing student populations and changing laws and regulations.
>Under the general direction of the Associate
>Vice Chancellor, Wellness, Health and
>Counseling, the Director of Disability Services
>Center is responsible for the overall
>management, direction and long-term development
>of the Disability Services Center. The Director
>manages support services on behalf of all
>students with disabilities enrolled at UCI as
>well as those in The School of Continuing
>Education (Extension), Summer Sessions, summer
>programs and camps, and visitors to campus
>programs. The Director evaluates the office and
>organization in the following respects: assess
>all programs and staff responsibilities,
>relations with student clientele, faculty and
>academic and academic support departments,
>assistive equipment needs and communication
>strategies including a comprehensive website;
>and prepare program enhancements and an
>organizational plan including cost estimates and
>a proposed implementation schedule.
>The Director provides leadership to establish,
>implement and maintain best practices, policies,
>procedures and programs necessary to operate a
>highly rated, best practice oriented operation
>providing services to students with
>disabilities. The Director ensures compliance
>with federal laws, state regulations and
>University-wide and campus guidelines related to
>equal access and resources and services to
>student with disabilities. The Director
>collaborates across campus units and academic
>departments with faculty and staff regarding
>application of policies concerning the delivery
>of services to students with disabilities. The
>Director works with the Office of the President
>and counterparts at UC campuses, other colleges
>and universities, high schools and community and
>state agencies regarding issues related to
>disabled student services. The Director is
>expected to participate in national advocacy
>organizations and is expected to assume a
>leadership role within the UC system as well more broadly.
>The Director develops policies and processes to
>ensure that the services provided support full
>access to educational and co-curricular
>opportunities at UC Irvine. The Director
>provides dynamic leadership and vision for
>planning, coordinating, implementing and
>evaluating a wide spectrum of student services.
>The Director is responsible for developing and
>implementing an effective multi-dimensional
>communication plan aimed at students, faculty
>and staff via electronic, print and other media.
>The Director is responsible for establishing and
>maintaining good and productive relations with
>relevant constituencies including students,
>faculty and staff who are involved with
>processes and services related to accommodating
>students with disabilities. The Director of DSC
>manages all aspects of the administration of the
>Disability Services Center. The Director
>exercises independent judgment, originality and
>creativity and high-level problem-solving skills
>to establish the organizations goals and to
>ensure their effective implementation and outcomes.
>The Director of Disability Services Center
>serves on the campus Mental Health Initiative as
>well as on a variety of campus and system-wide
>committees. The Director develops and delivers
>curriculum for implementing student learning
>outcomes, measurement and evaluation of programs
>and services. This includes the development of
>student learning outcomes and methods to assess
>programmatic and service delivery effectiveness,
>development and delivery of training curriculum
>in the assessment process as well as department
>and individual consultation of best practices in assessment and evaluation.
>The University of California, Irvine is an Equal
>Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer
>advancing inclusive excellence. All qualified
>applicants will receive consideration for
>employment without regard to race, color,
>religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender
>identity, national origin, disability, age,
>protected veteran status, or other protected
>categories covered by the
><http://policy.ucop.edu/doc/4000376>UC nondiscrimination policy.
>Salary: Annual $90,000.00 - $97,000.00
>Total Hours: 8-5, M-F
>Final candidate subject to background check.
>As a federal contractor, UC Irvine is required
>to use E-Verify to confirm the work status of
>individuals assigned to perform substantial work
>under certain federal contracts/subcontracts.
>Please attach your resume.
>for this position.
>Assistive Technology Manager
>University of California, Irvine
>100 <http://disability.uci.edu/>Disability Services Center, Bldg 313
>Irvine, CA 92697-5250
>Voice (949) 824-9205 | Fax (949) 824-3083 | TDD (949) 824-6272
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