The Indiana Institute on Disability and Community (IIDC) is one of only 67 University Centers for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities. The Institute conducts research and training through seven Centers: Early Childhood Center, Center on Education and Lifelong Learning, Center on Community Living and Careers, Center for Health Equity, Indiana Resource Center on Autism, Center for Collaborative Systems Change, and the Eppley Institute on Parks and Public Lands.
The position will provide support for various projects within the Center for Collaborative Systems Change at Indiana University's Indiana Institute on Disability and Community. Hourly staff will participate in a variety of tasks including participation in team-based planning of research and evaluation activities, data entry and basic analyses, literature searches, presentation and report development support, and basic office clerical work.
Assist with preparing and assembling materials for research, evaluation, and technical assistance activities, state and national conferences, evaluation reports, as well as other related products including completing design layout and production of marketing materials, training materials, flyers, brochures, booklets, surveys, visual aids, and handouts for distribution.
High school diploma or GED.
Experience with basic data entry, Microsoft Excel, and/or other related clerical support. Ability to organize and manage projects. Ability to make decisions, problem-solve, and initiate tasks. Ability to manage multiple tasks and deadlines. Ability to effectively communicate and exchange information with a wide diversity of individuals. Ability to exercise independent judgment. Strong leadership skills with ability to display professional etiquette. Demonstrated ability in the use of many software packages such as Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, and graphics software. Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work effectively with various internal and external constituents. Self-directed, but collaborative worker with strong attention to detail. Flexibility, and the ability to work with others as a member of a research team. Ability to maintain confidentiality of sensitive data at all times.
One year of undergraduate/graduate coursework in special education, education, social work, psychology, or other human services field. Living and/or work experience with individuals with Intellectual/Developmental disabilities. Descriptive data analysis skills, and experience conducting structured interviews.
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