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Technical Assistance Specialist II

Job Posting Date: 07/10/2024
Program: NCADEMI

The Technical Assistance (TA) Specialist II provides highly qualified expertise and skills in providing TA on the provision of accessible digital educational materials for students receiving special education services. The TA Specialist II is a capable facilitator, coach, and trainer of diverse representatives from state and local educational agencies, as well as other entities responsible for improving outcomes for learners with disabilities. This role requires depth and breadth in the understanding of special education and digital accessibility guidelines/laws and technical implementation of accessibility practices. The TA Specialist II will support collaborations with education and disability representatives across the country to identify challenges, provide TA services and resources, and promote best practices to create coordinated systems for providing accessible digital educational materials for students with disabilities.

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Program Assistant II

Job Posting Date: 07/8/2024
Program: NCADEMI

The National Center for Accessible Digital Educational Materials & Instruction (NCADEMI) is seeking a Program Assistant II to coordinate the NCADEMI project and other TAESE/IDRPP projects as assigned under the guidance of the Director. NCADEMI’s mission is to ensure that individuals with disabilities, from preschool to transitioning from high school, receive accessible digital educational materials that they can effectively use. NCADEMI is housed in the USU Institute for Disability Research, Policy & Practice (IDRPP).

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Home Visiting Program Coordinator III

Job Posting Date: 06/28/2024
Program: Services Division

The position for Home Visiting Program Coordinator III is a full-time position at Utah State University. The Home Visiting program is a national program funded through Utah's Department of Health and Human Services. This program is a curriculum-based program designed to enhance and improve parenting practices for specific populations. We are looking for a dynamic, organized, and efficient program coordinator who is ready to lead a meaningful and impactful program here in Cache Valley, Utah.

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Public & School Partnership: AmeriCorps VISTA Program Director

Job Posting Date: 07/11/2024
Program: Public & School Partnership

The Public & School Partnership’s AmeriCorps VISTA program is recruiting a new Program Director (Project Coordinator III) to oversee, plan, and coordinate all day-to-day fiscal, administrative, and operational activities of the program. We are based at the Institute for Disability Research, Policy & Practice at Utah State University in Cache County, Utah! The Project Director will oversee a team of 2-3 office staff (hourly, benefited, and AmeriCorps member), up to 15 AmeriCorps VISTA members, and at least 25 community, university, and school-based partnerships.

In addition to our AmeriCorps VISTA program, PSP will begin an additional AmeriCorps State-funded planning grant project on August 1, 2024, to expand a tutoring and mentoring program for refugee youth in the community. This project builds upon the work that Athletics United has done to create and deliver a refugee tutoring program over the past few years. The Program Director will work closely with the Executive Director of Athletics United, the Cache Refugee and Immigrant Connection, and local schools and school districts. It is anticipated that this planning grant project will be funded as an AmeriCorps State program in future years with 10-25 AmeriCorps State members who provide direct tutoring services to refugee youth.

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Public & School Partnership: AmeriCorps VISTA Coordinator II

Job Posting Date: 07/11/2024
Program: Public & School Partnership

The Public & School Partnership’s AmeriCorps VISTA program is recruiting a new Program Coordinator to assist with supporting and managing our 15 VISTA members during their year of service to schools and non-profit organizations in the community. We are based at the Institute for Disability Research, Policy & Practice at Utah State University in Cache County, Utah!

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