Title: Access*Ability Resource Center Assistant
Salary Range: Starting at $30,528
Contract Term Length: 12 Months
Standard Hours: 37.5
Work Location: Hybrid
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
College: Jefferson Community & Technical College
Campus Location: Jefferson Community College
Department: Access*Ability Resource Center
Jefferson Community & Technical College offers a competitive benefits package and an attractive work environment that supports excellence, innovation, and creativity including:
The Access*Ability Resource Center (ARC) of Jefferson Community and Technical Colleges has an opening for an Access*Ability Resource Center Assistant.
The primary duty of this position is to provide administrative support to the Access*Ability Resource Center (ARC) and the Office of Student Support and Advocacy (OSSA). This position requires flexibility and teamwork.
Other duties include, but are not limited to:
• Performs general support duties such as composing confidential correspondence, memorandums, newsletters, reports, filing, etc.
• Serves as receptionist greeting visitors, answering phone, monitoring emails, replying to email inquiries, and distributing mail.
• Works in a team environment to assist with student accommodations, and assist with proctoring exams for students with disabilities, etc.
• Scan confidential materials related to the department and maintains confidentiality.
• Maintain electronic/paper record keeping systems and materials.
• Assign students to ARC Coordinators.
• Follows up with students to request needed documentation.
• Tracks departmental budget, creates orders for departmental supplies, completes electronic business forms, and maintains the inventory.
• Assists the ARC Program Director with data collection and reporting related to students with disabilities.
• Assists the Assistant Dean of Students and Title IX Coordinator with administrative functions pertaining to OSSA.
• Email accommodation letters to faculty, staff, and students.
• Provide information and assistance to current students and potential students regarding ARC requirements.
• Assist with the dissemination of ARC and OSSA publications during campus tabling events.
• Train and supervise student workers.
• Assist students with outside agency procedures, such as completion of forms and documents.
• Maintains and organizes area calendar, schedule, and make ARC event arrangements.
• Participates as a team member with co-workers, faculty, and staff in providing access to the academic environment for students with disabilities.
• Participates in meetings and professional development opportunities.
• Serves on committees and work groups.
• Promotes positive departmental atmosphere which is student-centered and success oriented.
• Communicates effectively with the ARC Program Director, and the Assistant Dean of Students and Title IX Coordinator, and other staff, to ensure continued successful departmental operations.
• Completes other duties as assigned.
Associate degree (related field) and three years related work experience, or equivalent.
Preference given to candidates with experience working with students or adults with disabilities from diverse backgrounds, and candidates who knowledge of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.
• Excellent organizational and planning skills with the ability to set priorities and handle multiple tasks/projects concurrently with a high level of accuracy and attention to detail.
• Excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills.
• Outstanding student service skills.
• Strong work ethic and ability to communicate effectively with students, faculty, staff, and the community.
• Effective computer/technology skills and experience working with Microsoft Office applications (i.e. Microsoft Excel and Word).
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