Associate Director

The University Of Oklahoma Norman , OK 73071

Posted 2 weeks ago

The Disability Resource Center provides comprehensive disability resources for students with disabilities on the university's three campuses as well as consulting services for faculty/staff and all institutions under the OU Board of Regents. The Center is further tasked with ensuring that all elements of the campus are accessible including the digital and structural footprint. The Center provides individualized resources that support its mission of encouraging full participation and equal educational opportunities for individuals with disabilities. The Disability Resource Center is also responsible for ensuring that our facilities, programs, and events are accessible to the larger community. The Associate Director of the Disability Resource Center (DRC) is expected to be responsible for the following: Assist the Director in maintaining daily operations of the Center and promoting the goals of the DRC Provide direct supervision to team members when the Director is unavailable Function as Testing Coordinator for exams on the Norman campus Ensure that other team members are accounting for exams not sent Oversight of exam process Maintain efficient communication with faculty Assist with student meetings, instructor conversations, and presentations Demonstrates effective team communication and participation. Demonstrates problem-solving skills. Other duties as assigned to facilitate service delivery for the department.

Required Education: Master's Degree or equivalent combination of education/job related experience, AND:

  • 24 months in supervisory or disability service programs

Skills:

  • Read and understand complex written materials such as blueprints, metrics or technical manuals

  • Proficient in Microsoft Office

  • Detail oriented for accuracy of data and information

  • Highly organized and able to handle multiple projects and deadlines

  • Able to communicate well and build rapport quickly with students, faculty and staff

  • Strong initiative to solve problems

  • Able to work well with interdepartmental teams and initiatives

  • Ability to engage as a team member and leading by example with encouragement

  • Ability to engage with a diverse population with an understanding of the cultural and medical needs.

  • Must be able to read and interpret policy as well as State and Federal regulations

  • Must be able to create and deliver effective training presentations

Certifications:

  • None

Advertised Physical Requirements:

  • Must be able to communicate and engage in repetitive motions.

Departmental Preferences:

  • Passion and dedication to working with individuals in a higher education setting

  • Commitment to providing access for students with disabilities

  • Strong oral, written and interpersonal skills

  • Must be able to adapt to changing situations and prioritize efficiently

  • Comfortable with multitasking/managing successfully in a rapidly changing environment

  • Working knowledge of adaptive technology and digital accessibility

  • Along with the Director, consistently examine processes to improve service provision

  • Along with the Director, consistently examine processes to facilitate the mission of the Center

  • Strong negotiation, conflict, and relationship management skills

  • Ability to listen and respond compassionately to stressful and crisis situations with individuals

  • Excellent executive-level writing, presentation, and interpersonal skills

  • Exceptional organizational skills, attention to detail and time management

  • Ability to engage with individuals in an appropriate and effective manner with diverse populations

  • Ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously

  • Requires ability to work independently

  • Knowledge of federal, state, and local laws/regulations as they apply to disability services

Supervision: No Supervisory Duties

Special Instructions:

If you are selected as a final candidate for this position, you will be subject to The University of Oklahoma Norman Campus Tuberculosis Testing policy. To view the policy, visit https://hr.ou.edu/Policies-Handbooks/TB-Testing


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Associate Director

The University Of Oklahoma