Major Duties: - Administer assigned programs and services of the University's Center for Disability Services. - Develop new services that meet the program's mission and vision and identify strategic direction.- Provide supervision necessary to meet accreditation and contract standards, and monitor compliance with contracts.- Supervise personnel assigned, and provide the day to day operational supervision and leadership of the programs.- Manage the allocation of personnel to maintain quality services. - Provide clinical oversight and supervision of services, ensuring services meet consumer needs and are evidence based.- Supervise graduate assistants, student internships and field placements. - Maintain a close working relationship with Western Michigan University faculty providing services at Center for Disability Services.- Work collaboratively with community partners.
Minimum Qualifications: - Master's degree in behavior analysis, or a related health and human service discipline.- Licensed or certified in a discipline in the State of Michigan and eligible to bill third parties for services, and eligible to provide clinical supervision.- Five or more years of experience supervising community-based services for adults. Advanced degree may substitute for some direct experience.- History of sustaining positive collaborative relationships with community partners.- Experience supporting individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.- Commitment to diversity, inclusion and equity.
Internal Number: 352_57597
About Western Michigan University
One of the top-100 public universities in the United States, Western Michigan University is committed to being learner centered, discovery driven and globally engaged. Founded in 1903, what was once Western Michigan College became Michigan's fourth public university in 1957. Since then, WMU has undergone dramatic growth in size and stature. Today, the University offers more than 240 academic programs to students pursuing degrees through the doctoral level. More than 20 percent of its 25,000 students are enrolled in graduate course work, studying in disciplines ranging from atomic physics and graph theory to medieval literature and blind rehabilitation. Of 101 graduate offerings available, 30 lead to a doctoral degree.