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The Sherlock Center on Disabilities at Rhode Island College is pleased to announce the following employment and career opportunities. Please review the details of each posting, as the application process and closing dates vary.

As an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity institution that values and is committed to inclusion and expanding the diversity of its faculty and staff, Rhode Island College invites members of protected classes, including minorities and persons with disabilities, to identify themselves as such at the time of application.


Communication and Dissemination Coordinator (Full-Time)
Closed.

The Sherlock Center is seeking to hire a full-time Communication and Dissemination Coordinator to work with project and program coordinators, and other administrative staff, to create, implement, and support communications strategies using websites, social media, email marketing, listservs, print materials, and other media. Required skills include advance copyrighting skills, competence using a variety of software and online communication and dissemination tools, excellent oral and written communications skills and the ability to work independently and as part of a team. Bachelorís degree in Communications, Information Systems, Marketing, Graphic Design, or a related field required; Masterís degree preferred. Bi-lingual a plus. Experience working with a content management system and knowledge of ADA requirement pertaining to website accessibility and digital content preferred. Individuals with life experience or professional experience with people who have a disability encouraged to apply. Click the link below to view the full posting. Interested applicants must apply via the RI College website.


Data Specialist (Full-Time)
Closed.

The Sherlock Center is seeking to hire a full-time Data Specialist to support programs and projects related to event management, product development, data collection, purchasing, and information dissemination. Required skills include competence using a variety of software used to perform clerical duties, data entry, and related tasks, as well as strong interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to organize and follow through on assignments. Bi-lingual in Spanish or Portuguese a plus. Associateí degree required; Bachelorís degree preferred. Individuals with life experience or professional experience with people who have a disability encouraged to apply. Click the link below to view the full posting. Interested applicants must apply via the RI College website.


National Core Indicators (NCI) Survey Interviewer (Temporary, Part-Time)
Sherlock Center Online Job Application Form
NCI Survey Interviewer Job Description
Closed.

The Sherlock Center is seeking several individuals to serve as survey interviewers for the National Core Indicators Survey. The purpose of the NCI survey is to accumulate data that will help measure and improve the quality of supports for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities living in Rhode Island. The survey is done once a year and will be conducted both remotely and in-person. Individuals with disabilities and family members are encouraged to apply. Download the job description to learn more. Use the link above to apply today! Applicants are asked to provide job experience and a list of references when completing the application.

Spanish Language Interpreter/Translator (Part-Time)
Sherlock Center Online Application
Open until filled.

The Sherlock Center is seeking to hire a part-time Spanish Language Interpreter for telephone, video and in-person meetings on an as needed basis. Proficiency in English and Spanish, and past experience providing interpreting services required. Certification preferred.
The Sherlock Center is also seeking to hire a part-time Spanish Language Translator to transcribe written materials from English to Spanish on an as needed basis. Proficiency in English and Spanish, and past experience providing translation services required.

Orientation and Mobility Specialist (Part-Time)
Sherlock Center Online Application
Open until filled.

The Sherlock Center is seeking to hire a part-time (up to 19 hours), Orientation and Mobility Specialist. The individual will provide specialized and sequential instruction to school aged students with visual impairments that promotes purposeful movement through familiar/unfamiliar environments safely and efficiently. Bachelorís Degree from Approved Program in Orientation and Mobility and experience in public schools with students who are blind or visually impaired required. Must possess or be eligible for ACVREP Certification. Schedule determined by assigned caseload.

Orientation and Mobility Specialist (Full-Time)
Open until filled.

The Sherlock Center is seeking to hire a full- time, Orientation and Mobility Specialist. The individual will provide specialized and sequential instruction to school aged students with visual impairments that promotes purposeful movement through familiar/unfamiliar environments safely and efficiently. Bachelorís Degree from Approved Program in Orientation and Mobility and experience in public schools with students who are blind or visually impaired required. Must possess or be eligible for ACVREP Certification. This is a grant-funded position, renewable, contingent upon funding. (180 days school year position). Interested applicants must apply via the RI College website.



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