YUBA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
Human Resources Development and Personnel Services
Building 100A, Room 21
2088 North Beale Road, Marysville, CA 95901
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FULL TIME TENURE TRACK POSITION
POSITION: LEARNING DISABILITY SPECIALIST
DEPARTMENT: DISABLED STUDENTS PROGRAMS & SERVICES
FINAL FILING DATE: WEDNESDAY, JULY 02, 2014 BY 12:00 NOON.
(POSTMARKS ARE NOT ACCEPTED)
LOCATION: WOODLAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE
*Scheduled to be assigned to other locations
SALARY: $61,241 - $117,468/YR. (202 Days) (Initial placement will not be higher than
the above listed salary, the top step for this position is Class VI, Step 19 which is $117,468 /YR)
COMMENCING: FALL 2014
BASIC FUNCTION: Under the direction of the Director of Disabled Students Programs and Services, will teach a variety of courses designed for students with learning disabilities and those who would benefit from acquiring learning strategies to facilitate their classroom performance. Collaborate with College Success Center Faculty, Counselors and Instructional Assistants for the provision of small group learning assistance workshops. Determine eligibility for learning disability support services, including screening, assessment and interpretation, and the recommendation of appropriate accommodations and learning strategies.
DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES:
The Learning Disabilities Specialist position will be available in the Disabled Student Programs and Services (DSPS) Department.
The Specialist is responsible for: facilitating the interactive process to determine reasonable accommodations for college students with disabilities; providing and documenting services to college students with disabilities; advising college students with disabilities; implementing the California Community Colleges’ Learning Disabilities Eligibility Model by assessing students to determine eligibility for learning disabilities services; developing and implementing student learning outcomes; consulting, collaborating and communicating with college faculty, staff, administrators and community agencies in support of access for students with disabilities; hiring, training and supervising classified staff and hourly DSPS staff; providing disability expertise for college personnel in meeting the guidelines for federal and state disability-related laws; developing and implementing DSPS evaluation and program review; participating in the governance of the college; supporting the mission of DSPS and WCC; and collaborating in departmental responsibilities; Other duties as assigned.