Technical Assistance Coordinator II - Institute for Community Inclusion, University of Massachusetts, Boston, MA

Posted: Wednesday, November 18, 2020

Institute for Community Inclusion, UMass Boston

Technical Assistance Coordinator

Closing Date for Applications:
November 30th, 2020

Summary of Position:
The Technical Assistance Coordinator II will coordinate technical assistance and dissemination activities as well as provide direct technical assistance related to postsecondary education for students with intellectual disability (PSEID), in collaboration with the Project Director. The incumbent will coordinate and manage all aspects of technical assistance (TA) provided to all constituents, including supervision and direction of TA providers, identifying and leveraging relevant internal and external resources, management of a technical assistance Help Desk, and coordination of virtual and in-person technical assistance.  The incumbent will also serve as a technical assistance provider, addressing TA requests as they are received.  The Coordinator will act as the primary contact and resource for individuals, institutions of higher education, K-12 educators, families and students requesting technical assistance on PSEID.

The incumbent will also work to develop and maintain technical assistance materials, to include, but not limited to, online learning resources, research to practice briefs and how to guides. The incumbent will work closely with the Institute for Community Inclusion's (ICI) marketing and communications team, as well as the technical assistance team to develop, design and disseminate resources shared via the project website. 

The incumbent will assist with internal evaluation processes and ongoing monitoring of progress toward stated goals, objectives, and outcomes with the PIs and Independent Evaluator and will develop and maintain program evaluations and quality assurance mechanisms for all activities and products.

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