Director of Disability Support Services Center
About Baltimore City Community College
Founded in 1947, Baltimore City Community College (BCCC) is a comprehensive, urban institution accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. The College's campus is located in West Baltimore; the institution also has several satellite locations throughout the city. With its broad range of degree and certificate programs, affordable tuition, and extensive outreach, BCCC offers educational opportunities to the citizens of Baltimore City and throughout the state of Maryland. BCCC serves more than 15,000* students annually, providing credits that transfer to four-year colleges and universities as well as workforce training leading directly to job placement. The College is proud of the fact that 100** nations are represented within the student body.
* Based on annual unduplicated credit and non-credit headcount for FY 2016. **Based on fall 2015 credit enrollment.
Requisition Number: 2017-050
Posting Start Date: 6/7/2017
Minimum Education: Masters
Additional Documentation: Transcripts Required (upload as other)
Compensation: $68,681 - $77,346
Director of Disability Support Services Center
The director of Disability Support Services Center is responsible for the interpretation and implementation of State and Federal laws that relate to the support of students with disabilities so that they may have fair access to an education. This position will also coordinate and supervise Student Support and Wellness services to promote wellness and mental health concerns in the college community.
- Provide administrative support and supervision of all activities within the Disability Support Services Center. Establish best practices in the Disability Support Services Center for the College.
- Establish program outcome assessments for the Center.
- Develop, review and modify policies to ensure compliance with federal regulations and provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act as Amended (ADAAA) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.
- Maintain records and reports required by the College, State and Federal agencies on programs, policies, and trends; make recommendations for programs in accordance with findings.
- Responsible for maintain the confidentiality of student records as required by the College's policy and regulations by law.
- Provide consultative assistance, training and/or technical assistance to the campus community on issues and policies related to disabilities, including increased awareness and best practices.
- oordinate accessibility issues in classrooms, labs, etc. for students and employees.
- Supervise staff counselor and diagnostician for students with disabilities.
- Facilitate the need for interpreting services when needed.
- Coordinate plan and implement the delivery of mental health services to support student academic success and retention.
- Hire, supervise student success wellness counselor evaluates interns working with Student Support and Wellness Services.
- Develops, and print online publications to promote positive mental health and resources available activities, utilization statistics and other reports as needed.
- Participates as a member of the Behavioral Intervention Team.
Required: Master Degree in Social Work or Psychology
Three years of experience working in a higher education urban setting.
Active State Maryland Licensed Certified Clinical Social Worker (LCSW-C) or Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC).
BCCC is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, alienage or citizenship status, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital or domestic/civil partnership status, disability, protected veteran status, genetic information, or any other basis protected by law.
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