To assist students with disabilities in their personal, career, and educational development and to facilitate full participation in college programs and services. Including assessing, determining, and implementing qualified student accommodations which may include assistive technology.
Licensed Master’s Degree (minimum) in Counseling (LPC), Licensed Master’s Social Work (LMSW), or Licensed PhD Psychology (LP) with at least three years of experience working with students with disabilities.
Experience with students from multi-cultural backgrounds.
Experience working with students with disabilities at the community college or university level with a focus on but not limited to, personal counseling, career, and academic concerns, as well as teaching experience.
Proficiency in a second language in Arabic or Spanish is preferred.
Experience teaching online, synchronous and asynchronous as well as onsite courses.
Current State of Michigan Licensure as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC).
Experience working with and applying the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.
Certified ADA specialist or documentation of ADA compliance training certification(s) is preferred.
Internal Number: req549
About Henry Ford College
Henry Ford College (HFC) was founded in 1938 as a community resource and educational gem, which has been its legacy for more than 80 years.
Today, HFC is a public community college in Dearborn, Michigan, USA, enrolling 13,000 students and offering a bachelor's degree, 3+1 programs, associate degrees, and a variety of certificate and workforce development and training programs, as well as dual-enrollment options. HFC offers classes on its two Dearborn campuses and other regional locations and offers many popular online courses in a variety of academic programs. Non-credit and free course options are also available to qualifying participants. We also offer a wealth of extra-curricular and co-curricular experiences, including women's and men's varsity and club sports, and nearly 40 student organizations.
The College is continuously accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. Individual programs that have national accrediting organizations are also continuously accredited by those organizations.