SLDS Now Hiring - Student and Professional Positions

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Full-time Exam Services Program Assistants

The Exam Services Program Assistant works with students, staff, and faculty to coordinate accommodated exams and to improve the accessibility of academic assessments on campus with the ultimate goal of ensuring that students with disabilities have full access to their University experience. Oversees daily/shift operations of the Exam Services area within Student Life Disability Services (SLDS); serves as primary back up and delegate for Exams Services Coordinator duties; performs operational planning, database coordination, and proctoring of 20,000+ accommodated exams annually for students with disabilities; performs the daily coordination of exam accommodations, including but not limited to: extended time, distraction-reduced environments, assistive technology, accessible formats, and staff readers/scribes; on-boards, trains, and serves as shift manager for 25+ student employees, as well as volunteers and temporary employees; serves as Exams Services lead representative on hardware, software, and data management improvement initiatives in collaboration with Student Life Technology Services; communicates with students, faculty, and staff to implement accommodated exams; aids with the coordination and implementation of finals on and off-site; supports Exam Services Coordinator in ensuring the office’s test integrity and security efforts. There are 2 Program Assistant positions, one for days (7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. approximately) and one for evening (12:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. approximately).

Required: Bachelor’s Degree in social science, social work, or a related field; proven interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills; ability to multi-task; working knowledge of Microsoft Office, Outlook, and databases; experience working in a team; customer service experience; experience working with diverse individuals; supervisory experience.

Desired: Experience working in a social services or student services environment; experience working with college students in a higher education environment; experience with accessibility software; experience with exam administration; experience working with individuals with disabilities.

Hiring Range: $15 to $20 per hour

Application Closes: June 20, 2021

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Student Office Assistant

Provides clerical assistance to Student Life Disability Services (SLDS), a department that offers academic support services for registered students with disabilities. Position is responsible for scheduling appointments for professional staff members, answering and directing phone inquiries to departments within SLDS, assisting students, parents, staff, and faculty with questions, and processing confidential documentation. Position will operate a variety of pieces of office equipment, case management systems and databases, Microsoft Office programs, and accessible software to produce and maintain materials and records for SLDS.

The targeted pay range for this position is $8.80 to $9.50. Students with a Work Study award may work up to 20 hours per week, between all 'WS' jobs, while enrolled. Students without a Work Study award may work up to 28 hours per week, cumulatively between all OSU student jobs.

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Exam Student Assistant

Provides exam accommodations for The Ohio State University students with disabilities; assists with the coordination and proctoring of 19,000+ exams annually; monitors the Accessible Information Management system (AIM), the online database Exam Services scheduling module; proctors exams in person and with video monitors, answers telephone; files, photocopies, faxes, scans, and emails completed exams, coordinates and performs exam returns; provides support to the Accessible Media Department as needed for readers, scribes, editing, captioning; provides support to the front office and perform duties as needed as Office Assistants. Availability to work day and evening hours desired.  Must be available to work some hours during Finals Week.

The targeted pay range for this position is $8.80 to $9.50. Students with a Work Study award may work up to 20 hours per week, between all 'WS' jobs, while enrolled. Students without a Work Study award may work up to 28 hours per week, cumulatively between all OSU student jobs.

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