Coordinator of Disability Services
Berea College is currently recruiting for an individual to serve as the Coordinator of Disability Services who is charged with authorizing services and interventions for students with documented disabilities.
The Coordinator will oversee the coordination and provision of reasonable accommodations, manage the Disabilities Services office, and provide institutional training and support related to serving students with disabilities. Additionally, the coordinator will assist students and families in identifying and obtaining necessary documentation and serve as a case manager to assist students in accessing college resources related to success and engagement.
Candidates should have the following: a Master’s Degree in a relevant field such as counseling, education or rehabilitation; 2 years experience in providing disability services, preferably in a higher education setting; the ability to analyze, draft, and make recommendations to modify institutional policies, procedures, and practices related to appropriately serving students with disabilities; capable of maintaining student records, documentation, and data in accordance with FERPA, HIPPA, ADA, and other federal, state, and institutional requirements and conduct program assessment including monitoring student persistence and graduation rates.
An Application to Join the College Staff is required for consideration for this position as is a detailed letter of interest and a current resume. Qualified applicants may obtain an application either through the Office of People Services, Suite 100, Fairchild Hall on the campus, or by downloading the application on line at www.berea.edu/hr. The review of applications will begin immediately.
Berea College, in light of its mission in the tradition of impartial love and social equality, welcomes all peoples of the earth to learn and work here. Employment decisions are based on training, education and experience related to the requirements of the job. All applicants for employment are considered without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age or disability.