first_imgMinimum Qualifications: Provide management and direction regarding delivery ofreasonable accommodations and support services for students withdisabilities as well as campus partners who are working with thosestudents. Oversee disability related programming for the campuscommunity. Provide direct case management for complicated andconflictual compliance cases.Inform and advise campus community regarding legalresponsibilities under ADA/Sec 504/ technological access mandates.Develop and disseminate policy and procedural documents for StudentDisability Services (SDS).Provide leadership, vision and direct supervision to SDS staffmembers; oversee departmental operations.Act as a disability consultant to other divisions of theUniversity and for special campus events such as Commencement,campus gatherings, public lectures, etc.Network with community and campus resources to enhanceinternship and future employment opportunities for students withdisabilities.Provide support, information, and strategic direction inconnection with the university’s diversity initiatives.Promote accessibility through leadership of the ADA Council,advocate for integration of accessibility within campus DEIinitiatives, and serve as an advocate for accessibility within theacademic division. Butler University is an equal opportunity employer. We celebratediversity and are committed to creating an inclusive and equitableenvironment for all employees. We welcome applications from allindividuals, regardless of age, gender, gender identity, sex, race,religion, color, disability, protected veteran status, sexualorientation, national origin, or any other legally protectedcategory.Advertised: March 31, 2021Applications close: May 31, 2021 Ability to interpret various types of medicaldocumentationAbility to make determinations about reasonableaccommodationsStrong understanding around the interpretation and applicationof legal mandates such as the ADA and Sec 504Understanding of assistive technology and mandates regardingtechnological/electronic complianceEffective communicator in both group and individualizedsituationsAbility to gather, analyze, and interpret dataDemonstrated ability to lead and supervise a staff that workswith diverse populations with broad and diverse needsExcellent communication skills including strong listeningskills and conflict resolution abilitiesAbility to calmly work under pressure in the timely mannerrequiredSensitivity in working with people with disabilities Preferred Qualifications: Skills and Abilities: The Director – Student Disability Services provides strategicvision and leadership for the department, oversees supportservices for students with disabilities, helps to ensure the campusremains in compliance with allapplicable disability related legal mandates, works collaborativelywith other constituents oncampus to ensure equitable access to people with disabilities,actively participates in variouscampus-wide diversity initiatives, and acts as a disabilityconsultant to all departments on campus.Essential Duties and Responsibilities: 2 years experience working in the field of highereducation Master’s Degree in Higher Education Administration, Psychology,Disability Studies, Social Work, or Counseling5 years experience working in a clinical or educationalenvironment2 years supervisory experiencelast_img read more

first_imgKansas Supreme Court file photo. Credit Kansas Courts.In school funding case oral arguments, justices appear skeptical about constitutionality of K-12 plan. Oral arguments in the Supreme Court case examining whether the K-12 funding bill signed into law by Gov. Jeff Colyer last month meets the state constitution’s threshold for adequacy and equity saw justices pressing the state over why it hadn’t followed the recommendations of the study it commissioned by Lori Taylor of Texas A&M. That study found Kansas may need to inject as much at $2 billion more per year to meet education goals. On Tuesday, justices pressed state Solicitor General Toby Crouse over why the legislature hadn’t followed that study. “You all are always battling your own expert,” Justice Eric Rosen said. “It puts it in a posture that doesn’t make good litigation sense. It seems like you base your constitutional compliance to the floor based on what you’re willing to spend and not on what your own expert says its going to cost.” [Kansas Supreme Court expresses doubt about five-year, $525M education package — Topeka Capital-Journal]Water main replacement will cause traffic rerouting around Mission and Shawnee Mission Parkway. WaterOne will begin a project to replace a water main north of the intersection of Mission Road and Shawnee Mission Parkway next week, causing detours in the surrounding neighborhoods.last_img read more

first_imgSee also:Rennes want to keep Chelsea youngster BogaSwansea pair doubtful for Chelsea gameBlues youngsters to play as Terry and others are ruled outSwansea v Chelsea: five key battlesChelsea beat Man City to retain FA Youth Cup Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook Holders Chelsea saw off Blackburn to reach the final of the FA Youth Cup for the fifth consecutive season.Dujon Sterling, Jacob Maddox and Tammy Abraham (pictured) scored as the Blues stormed to a 3-1 second-leg victory at Stamford Bridge, winning the semi-final 4-1 on aggregate. The tie was as good as over by half-time after the hosts scored three times in a one-sided first half. Lewis Mansell netted for Rovers in the second half.AdChoices广告Sterling fired in the opener after being set up by Mukhtar Ali, and two goals in four minutes then put Chelsea firmly in control.Maddox rounded the keeper to score after being put through by Sterling, before Mason Mount laid on the third for striker Abraham.Mansell reduced the deficit with a header but there was no way back for Blackburn.Chelsea will now face Manchester City over two legs in a repeat of last season’s final. They will be away in the first leg.last_img read more