The Digital Accessibility Center (DAC) is a collaboration between the Office of University Compliance and Integrity,
Office of student Life Disability Services, and the ADA Coordinator’s Office. The DAC oversees and supports efforts
to ensure that websites, applications, and digital content used or created by university offices, departments, and
colleges are accessible to people with disabilities. As part of the DAC team, this position will support The Ohio State
University’s digital accessibility initiatives. The Graduate Administrative Associate will support the evaluation of
digital information and services for compliance with the university’s Digital Accessibility Policy.
The candidate must be in good academic standing and must possess strong aptitude, experience, and/or interest in
working with students with disabilities, assistive technologies, and digital accessibility. Additional responsibilities
include assisting with general tasks in the Digital Accessibility Center, which may include supporting the campus roll
out of a web scanning tool, general administrative duties, and scheduling.
• Experience with Microsoft Office Suite
• Organized and flexible
• Meets deadlines and works efficiently with moderate supervision
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills and strong interpersonal skills
• Experience working with students from diverse backgrounds and awareness of inclusive work practices
• Working knowledge of HTML5 and CSS.
• Experience with web design and web content creation
• General experience with digital accessibility testing
How to Apply
To apply for this position, the candidate must submit the following information to Julia Novakowski via e-mail
(Novakowski.email@example.com): (a) cover letter and (b) resume by March 23, 2018.
This position requires 30 flexible hours per week at a 75% FTE starting summer 2018. This appointment will be for
summer term with the possibility of a longer appointment going forward.