This individual will join our leadership team to direct communication and digital content creation for the Center on Disability and Community Inclusion (CDCI) at the University of Vermont. This involves working closely with CDCI personnel across approximately 20 projects to support communication of their activities and to share the stories of their work. Sharing our work is a core function of our Center so university, state, national, and international audiences can access our resources.
We are especially interested in candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of our Center and university. Applicants are required to include in their cover letter information about how they will further this goal.
- Ensure resources are accessible for diverse audiences using principles of universal design for learning, federal standards, and cultural and linguistic competency.
- Develop digital and print publications, presentations, curricula, and other resources to meet the needs of diverse audiences.
- Produce multimedia narratives to advance disability education and advocacy in partnership with people with disabilities, their families, allies, and other groups.
- Develop and maintain websites for CDCI and our projects following all university standards, policies, and processes and accessibility guidelines.
- Manage and regularly update CDCI’s social media. Develop and execute social media campaigns to advance CDCI goals.
- Support writing of state and federal grant applications and reports in plain language to share with diverse audiences.
- Design accessible in-person and virtual events for diverse audiences.
- Represent our Center at UVM, in Vermont, and with our national and international partners to communicate our work.
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