Responsibilities: Conduct assessments, complete time-sensitive implementations, communicate with referral sources and others verbally and in writing, and train consumers and rehabilitation professionals in applications of assistive technology. Follow Wisconsin Division of Vocational Rehabilitation AT guidelines/policy standards for provision of effective services through collaborative partnerships with Wisconsin’s long-term care system, including the Aging and Disability Resource Centers (ADRCs), Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) and managed care organizations. Collaborate with the UW-Stout Fabrication Lab staff in further development of Assistive Technology and shared utilization of services and supplies.
For full job description and to Apply: https://jobs.uwstout.edu/assistive-technologist/job/10018366. With questions, please contact email@example.com Application review begins 1/2/2019 and will continue until position is filled.
Requirements: Master’s Degree in Engineering, Occupational Therapy, Rehabilitation, Industrial Management/design, or related field; Assistive Technology Professional ATP) Certification or eligibility to sit for the exam within one year of starting position; 3-5 years of experience in the area of Assistive Technology, working with persons with disabilities. This position involves regular travel. Preferred Qualifications: Current certification as Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC); Knowledge and experience with the areas of Learning Disability and Sensory loss.
About Stout Vocational Rehabilitation Institute
The Stout Vocational Rehabilitation Institute (SVRI) serves as a leader to advance innovative programs and practice in disability and employment through partnerships in research, training, education, and services. It strives to be the premier resource for state-of-the-art knowledge, innovation, and services to positively impact people's health, employment, and economic stability.
SVRI is located at the University of Wisconsin–Stout in Menomonie and provides solutions to positively impact the future of persons with disabilities and others in the community through services, training, and research.
SVRI is in its 51st year of service.
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