Promote #DeafSuccess with us!
We are a small team that makes a big impact!
- 750,000+ people visited our website
- Our resources were downloaded 230,000+ times
- We provided individualized support to 2,000+ people
- Our online professional development modules have 17,000+ enrollments
- 5,000+ people played Deafverse, the world’s first ASL-accessible educational game
- More than 130 state leaders worked with us to change systems in their state
- 700+ community members participated in community conversations across the nation
- Countless colleges and universities improved their services for deaf students with our help
What is our work style?
- People first, always. The people we serve, and the people on our team, matter.
- Community relationships and input drive our priorities.
- We make time for team building and collaborative decision making.
- Each person on the team is a valuable contributor to multiple projects.
- While we take initiative and work autonomously, we also rely on team support.
- We hold ourselves accountable for our work, our personal growth, and contributions to the team.
- Our team is committed to the ongoing work of dismantling systemic racism and oppression.
You also may want to know:
- Working with NDC means you are an employee with the University of Texas at Austin – and get all the perks of working at UT! Check out UT benefits and flexible work arrangements.
- Full time staff work 40 hour weeks between the hours of 8-5, with flexibility for your time zone and other commitments.
- Most positions are 100% remote, with the possibility of traveling to and/or working in the Austin office.
- Salary ranges for each position are available in the job post on the UT website.
- Contracts renew annually on December 31st.
- The job application process takes time – thank you in advance for your patience.
join us at #Teamndc!
The purpose of this position is to support the sharing of networks, resources, and strategies for improving continuing education and training for deaf people. The accessibility resource specialist responds to help desk inquiries by providing guidance and consultation using strategies, resources, and culturally relevant practices that actively promote equity and inclusion of deaf people. The specialist will be primarily responsible for providing subject matter expertise for creating and/or delivering guidance, consultation, or strategies to improve knowledge of practices or strategies supported by the best available evidence. As part of the day-to-day responsibilities, the specialist will support designated stakeholder groups with content development and delivery as well as plan, organize, and deliver trainings in person or online, as well as actively contribute to an environment and culture of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion through continuous development.
This position will also track and document technical assistance activities using online database tracking software, and keep abreast of new developments, technology, and best practices in the field. Proficient knowledge of higher education and postsecondary training accessibility frameworks, accessibility practices, accommodations, auxiliary aides, assistive technology, and relevant community resources is expected, with at least five or more years of experience working in disability services in higher education or postsecondary training setting.
This is a 40h/week, full time position with the University of Texas, with all the benefits commensurate with the position. This will primarily be a remote position, with the possibility of occasional travel to, or periodic work in, the central Austin office.