ASSISTANT RESEARCHER POSITION - second announcement with more
information....please contact Ms. Holm at address(es) below.
Professional Opportunity to Work with an Interdisciplinary
Team of Researchers in the Area of Postsecondary Educational
The Center on Disability Studies/University Affiliated
Program at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, through its
National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational
Supports, is seeking an active professional with experience and
expertise as a researcher in the areas of secondary education
transition and postsecondary educational support provision for
students with disabilities. An exciting opportunity exists to
work with a nationally recognized team of researchers in an
innovative and productive professional environment.
Assistant Researcher: (11 month, federally funded faculty
position) Mininum entry level: $40,524.00. This five year project
is funded to year 2003 with possible refunding.
Duties: Work with a professional research team to plan,
conduct and report out studies concerning the transition from
secondary education settings to postsecondary education programs
and the provision of educational supports to students with
disabilities within postsecondary education and subsequent work
Minimum Requirements: Ph.D. in special education or related
fields with expertise (concentrated area of study) and experience
(three or more years) focused upon secondary transition and
postsecondary education supports for students with disabilities.
Requires extensive and varied research skills and knowledge, as
well as a commitment to focus upon this area of study as a
primary area of interest and professional activity.
Desirable Qualifications: Experience working in secondary
education and postsecondary education settings with students with
disabilities; potential to develop a strong program of research
in the area of postsecondary education supports for students with
disabilities; excellent writing skills; works well within an
interdisciplinary team of professionals and consumers of
disability services; works well within a multicultural
The above position is an excellent opportunity for a highly
motivated and involved professional to participate within an
expansive program of research. For more information please
contact Audray Holm, Administrative Assistant at: (808) 956-3975
or [log in to unmask]; website; www.rrtc.hawaii.edu.
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