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Job Posting: Curriculum Specialist
Job Title: Curriculum Specialist
Department: RSA, Project POWER
Status: .7 FTE 28 hours/week
Starting Date: March 1, 2021
Reports to: Project Director
Project POWER is federally funded through the U.S Department of Education’s Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA). Project POWER’s purpose is to develop and effectively deliver information, resources, and support to meet the needs of transitioning youth with disabilities and their families in Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico and Utah. These resources will assist youth and their families to navigate adult disability systems.
As the curriculum specialist you will be responsible for creating and updating tools, resources and curricula to provide information and support to youth with all types of disabilities and cultural backgrounds experiencing secondary transition. These resources will be shared with 17 parent centers to use and distribute to the families they serve.
You and the RSA team, with the help of a web developer, will have the opportunity to create PEAK’s first transition webpage and maintain the webpage with updated and relevant materials that meet Section 508 accessibility standards. With the support of the RSA team, you will create surveys and follow-up guides to evaluate the resources and curricula for relevance, high quality and usefulness.