This position provides accessibility guidance for faculty designing and updating course materials for use in traditional, online, and hybrid courses.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform the essential job functions satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the primary job functions herein described.
*Provides accessibility guidance for faculty designing and updating course materials
*Develops and delivers accessibility training for faculty designing and updating course materials for use in traditional, online, and hybrid courses
*Conducts train-the-trainer sessions for department staff
*Assists in supervising work-study and/or work-based-learning students hired to caption instructional videos
Assists in reviewing accessibility content and monitoring discussions in the eLearning Resource Center
Monitors accessibility issues, developments, and solutions
Assists in marketing the college's distance learning programs
Completes annual applied benchmark project on an individual or group basis
Wake Tech is North Carolina’s largest community college, serving more than 70,000 adults annually, with seven campuses, two training centers, multiple community sites and a comprehensive array of online learning options. Wake Tech is accredited and offers more than 250 associate degrees, diplomas and certificates that prepare students for university transfer or immediate employment.
The college also offers short-term, non-degree programs in IT, health care, hospitality, public safety, skilled trades and more. Non-degree programs include small business support, customized corporate training and basic skills courses such as English as a Second Language and high school equivalency preparation.
Wake Tech also serves high school students at the Wake Early College of Health and Sciences, Vernon Malone College and Career Academy and North Wake College and Career Academy, in partnership with the Wake County Public School System.