Project Coordinator, Wyoming Institute for Disabilities, Laramie, WY

Posted: Wednesday, November 30, 2022


The purpose of this position is to coordinate education, training, and outreach activities for the Wyoming Assistive Technology Program (WATR). Special project emphasis includes coordination of training and demonstration services for assistive technology (AT) and augmentative and alternative communication (AAC).  This position will work with individuals working in the early intervention, K-12 settings, secondary education, employment, seniors, independent living systems.


  • Attend and participate in conferences, large and small community events to represent WIND/WATR.  This will include attendance at regional and national conferences to increase awareness of WATR services and for professional development.
  • Assist Wyoming Assistive Technology Resources (WATR) in coordinating AT and AAC training and demonstration services for individuals across the age span and environments in Wyoming (ie: early intervention, K-12 settings, secondary education, employment, seniors, independent living.
  • Assist Wyoming Assistive Technology Resources in coordinating AT and AAC education, training and assessment services for individual in the early intervention, pre K-12, secondary education, employment and independent living systems.
  • Coordinate AT Ambassador Program under the director of AT Program Co-Managers. These will include supporting local education events, marketing materials coordination with WIND Information and Disseminator Coordinator. Additionally, this position will collect survey, attendance, reach and other impact and outcomes measurements.
  • Coordinate data collection and reporting for direct services.  This will include the creation and collection of surveys and other metrics to measure outcomes/impacts for AT and AAC.
  • Perform other duties to support the Wyoming Institute for Disabilities and Wyoming Assistive Technology Resources, as assigned.


May perform additional special assignments as assigned.


  • Attention to Detail
  • Independence
  • Individual Leadership
  • Strategic Planning
  • Consistency
  • Analysis/Problem Solving


  • Education: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience in social services, special education, education, health or related field


  • Experience with assistive technology and augmentative communication
  • Speech Language Pathology Assistant (SLP- A)
  • Occupational Therapy Assistant (OT/A)
  • Experience with community engagement and outreach
  • Experience with event planning


Complete the online application and upload the following for a complete application: cover letter, resume or C.V. and contact information for four work-related references.  Incomplete application packets will not be considered. Please ensure all attachments are marked as relevant.

This position will remain open until filled. Priority consideration will be given to applications received by December 1, 2022.  This is a grant funded position.