Under the supervision of the Senior Director, Office of Student Accessibility (OSAS), the Associate Director contributes to the successful functioning of the department in tactical and strategic ways, serving as both a practitioner and a leader on the team. This role provides compliance leadership for the core service areas of Assistive Technology & Alternative Format, Notetaking and Deaf/Hard of Hearing services. This role manages a team of Professional Staff who actively foster the full and meaningful inclusion of students with disabilities at the University. The Associate Director also participates in day-to-day direct student service, campus partner support, issue resolution, documentation review, and caseload management.The individual in this role exhibits effectivene
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