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FW: Posting Deputy ADA Coordinator for Digital Accessibility


From: Bossley, Peter (TR Product)
Date: Mar 28, 2022 11:59AM

I wanted to share this open position with this list in case anyone here would be interested. I worked in this role for 6 years and can confirm that this is an excellent opportunity – and the ADA team that this position is on is one of the best in the country. The potential impact you could have in this role is very significant. Reporting up through Scott Lissner, who is Ohio State's ADA Coordinator and who is a great boss and mentor.

From: Scott Lissner < <EMAIL REMOVED> <mailto: <EMAIL REMOVED> >>
Sent: Saturday, March 19, 2022 2:02 PM
Subject: Posting Deputy ADA Coordinator for Digital Accessibility

If this is not your next dream job please pass this along to the right colleague!

I am hiring a Deputy ADA Coordinator for Digital Accessibility in the Office of Institutional Equity at The Ohio State University. Based on the previous deputies this is a great 3-6 year growth opportunity for an individual who has worked a bit in the digital accessibility arena, is committed to equity, and wants to have an impact on campus culture and beyond.

Description Summary:

Under the direction of the ADA Coordinator the Deputy ADA Coordinator for Digital Accessibility will exercise an increasing level of independence as they lead the university's digital accessibility program; as university leader they will provide oversight, and guidance to campus units in developing and implementing digital access strategic plans. Coordinating the selection and implementation of campus-wide accessibility tools and training with skilled staff and highly engaged partners.

Hybrid work anchored in Columbus Ohio

Salary commiserate with experience; range starts at $116,000

Full post and application process:


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