To help coordinate our students' accommodations, the Office of Disability Services employs various auxiliary staff such as sign language interpreters, CART providers, note takers and proctors. Listed below are currently available positions.
Note takers are students hired by our office to supplement notes taken by a student with a disability in their class. The student employee generally must have at least a 3.0 G.P.A, and be in good academic standing with the university. Those interested in being hired as a note taker should fill out the linked form.
Proctors are graduate students hired as needed by our office to oversee the implementation of exam arrangements made by our office. Those interested in being hired as a proctor should fill out the linked form. After submission, a representative from our office will contact you regarding the next available training date.
After being hired from our office you will be provided with an Employee Identification Form from your supervisor. Once completed, you will be scheduled by them to meet with our Administrative Assistant, Helene Peters who will put you onto payroll.
For this meeting, you must have the following:
- Your Completed Employee Identification Form (provided at training)
- Work Agreement (provided at training)
- Appropriate I-9 documentation - See the list of acceptable documents