Under the direction of the Division Manager, plans and facilitates the implementation of online course accessibility standards by conducting course reviews, providing faculty training, testing interactive learning materials, and coordinating the conversion of printed, digital, video and multimedia material into a variety of alternate media formats to meet Web Accessibility Guidelines. Interprets and ensures compliance with local, state, and federal laws as they apply to disability and accessibility in post-secondary online courses. Functions as a resource for staff and faculty throughout the college by providing technical assistance and guidance on how to accommodate and ensure equal access for students in online courses.
In the online application's Education/Employment History sections, include jobs, duties, and dates that support all of the following qualifications. The information on the resume/cover letter will not substitute for the completed application.
Bachelor's degree in Education, Rehabilitation, Social Science, Computer Information Systems, Computer Science, Instructional Technology, Online Education, or a related field. Relevant experience may substitute for the degree requirement on a year-for-year basis.
Two years of experience evaluating and adapting online materials to meet accessibility standards. Two years of experience working with faculty or staff in a professional capacity in a post-secondary institution (includes employment as a student worker).