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Under direction of designated faculty or senior staff member, acquire advanced research skills and conduct research related to the field of employment for people with disabilities.
Job duties include:
- Work with assigned faculty mentors to acquire and advance research skills
- Prepare scholarly articles for peer-reviewed publications
- Collaborate with faculty mentors on grant-funded research project activities
- Conduct independent research in the area of disability and employment
- Present research at national conferences
- Other duties as assigned
Provide a variety of diverse program responsibilities to support the IOD director and administration and finance functions. Position requires use of independent judgment in supporting compliance with USNH/UNH and IOD guidelines, policies and procedures, Outlook scheduling and managing the operations and policies of the IOD Durham office and related program tasks. Acceptable minimum level of education HS or equivalent
The Project Director will be responsible for the administration, supervision, coordination, sustainability, and execution of the NH Leadership Series (NHLS) in collaboration with the NHLS team and the IOD.
The Senior Program Support Assistant will provide critical day-to-day operating support for UNH-4U and other grants and contracts. Responsibilities include managing fee-for-service accounting, collecting registration and training fees; data collection for cost-share reporting; preparing progress reports; collecting UNH-4U student registrations and supporting documentation; preparing documentation required for contracts, billing, payments, and financial reporting; maintain the web-sites; development of forms, databases, and reporting for day to day operating and quality improvement; project team; development of marketing materials as assigned; collect and maintain informed consent forms, data sharing agreements and data collections as necessary for research and evaluation-related activities; assist in preparation of grant proposals and interim and final reporting requirements. The professional will use significant independent judgment in applying/adapting project guidelines, policies and procedures, maintain confidentiality, and apply thorough knowledge of the operations and policies of the program or research project, as applicable.
Under the direction of the UNH-4U PI, the Co-Director will assist in the design, implementation, and quality improvement of all elements of the UNH-4U program. Duties include assisting in the development of operations protocol for all program elements, including but not limited to:
- Student recruitment, registration, admissions, academic advising, coordination and collaboration with faculty, students, parents; curriculum development, instruction, and micro-credentialing taxonomy;
- Work closely with UNH and CHHS partners in the integration of post-secondary experiences;
- Professional development of staff and staff supervision;
- Training and TA on differentiated instruction and inclusive education practices;
- Assessment of implementation drivers for members of Inclusive Higher Education Consortia;
- Marketing, communication and information dissemination materials;
- Peer mentoring and academic coaching capacity building;
- Assist the project evaluator with data collection and coordination for process and outcome evaluation and use of data for quality improvement;
- Development of funding and fee for service mechanisms for long term program sustainability;
- Produce new knowledge and translate knowledge through practical and peer reviewed conferences, articles, technical assistance to other higher education institutions in NH and scholarship for a variety of audiences.
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