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Coordinator of Disability Resources, Tutoring, and Testing Center

Eastern Iowa Community Colleges
Job Location:
Tutors and Learning Resources

Location Muscatine Community College

Job Description

Coordinate ADA Services for Muscatine Community College to assure appropriate accommodations for coursework. Work with instructors, student services, and/or community services to assist students with classroom success strategies. Coordinate academic support through supervision of peer tutoring, managing supplemental instruction program, and supervising writing center staff and activities.


Admin. Paid time off starting at 160 hours vacation, 112 hours sick, 16 hours of personal time. In addition to paid holidays off, including a week in December. Summer Fridays off

Retirement plans with 9.44% employer contribution

Employer paid & voluntary Life insurance

Employer paid Long Term Disability insurance

Tuition reimbursement for employees and dependentsProfessional development and education reimbursement benefits

State employee discounts for phone, hotels, museums, etc. 

Employee Assistance Program

Required Qualifications

Bachelor’s Degree Required

Preferred Qualifications

Master’s degree is preferred.Experience in working with adults and students with learning disabilities and knowledge of ADA policies and government regulations is preferred.Certification in rehab counseling is preferred.

Physical Demands

This job operates in a professional office environment. This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, filing cabinets and fax machines. Ability to lift up to 10 lbs. occasionally, open filing cabinets and bend or stand as necessary. Prolonged periods sitting at a desk and working on a computer.

Salary Starting Salary Range: $45,000 -

Typical Duties and Responsibilities

• Analyze documentation of students with disabilities and implement appropriate accommodations, auxiliary aids and services. Facilitate those accommodation plans with the faculty, student and campus departments (i.e. physical plant, admissions, skills center, registrar and advising).

• Respond to and follow up on referrals from instructors of students at-risk academically to assess the situation and make plans with the student for improvement.

• Serve as an advocate for students with disabilities to faculty, staff, and administrators.

• Work with district colleagues to develop and amend operating policies and procedures regarding disability services and accommodations consistent with the college, state, and federal guidelines, including ADA, and Section 504 regulations under the direction of the Dean of Student Services.

• Serve as resource to faculty, staff and administrators to provide information and training about students with disabilities.• Oversee the student success center which includes tutoring, writing center, supplemental instruction, guided study groups, etc. Collect data and prepare reports for the success center.

• Coordinate services with community and K-12 partners.

• Present at student success session and new student orientation.

• Teach student development courses.

• Assist in academic advising.

• Other duties as assigned.

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