Accommodation Support Professional
Adaptive Educational Services (AES) is the disability services office for IUPUI, IUPUC, and IUFW students. Accommodation Support Professionals will be working with students with a wide range of disabilities, some visible and some not. ASPs will work directly with students who are registered with Adaptive Educational Services to provide testing accommodations in the AES testing lab. It is important that our ASPs be kind and considerate as they interact with registered students. ASPs must complete HIPAA training to understand the requirements for keeping all student and exam information they may learn confidential.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
50 % Includes checking in test-takers in for their scheduled exams, proctoring exams in the AES Testing Lab, and reading and/or scribing for exams.
30% Delivering completed exams to on-campus faculty, maintaining scheduled exam spreadsheet, and creating testing rosters for exams.
20% Filing exam rosters, and ASP may be asked to provide note-taking or auxiliary aid services for a registered student.
· Demonstrates exceptional time management skills.
· Must be able to work independently and on a team.
· Ability to communicate effectively with students, faculty, and staff.
· Must be well organized and reliable.
· Able to problem solve quickly.
· Working Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite programs.
· Experience creating and maintain Excel spreadsheets.
· IUPUI’s HIPPA Training
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Gained in this Role:
Communicator-Students will learn how to be better communicators by building relationships with peers and fellow students. Individuals in this position will improve both their listening skills and their communication skills by interacting with and assisting students with a wide range of diagnoses and helping to provide the support that they need in a testing environment.
Problem Solver-Students will collaborate with peers and professionals across campus to provide accessible and equitable learning environments for students with disabilities. Students will gain analytical and active skills by learning current procedures and evaluating the need for adjustments in real-time.
Community Contributor – Students will gain knowledge about the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act of 2008 and how we use it to serve students on campus with disabilities through interacting with members of the community and AES staff. Through work at Adaptive Educational Services, students will become more personally responsible, self-aware, and look outward to understand the needs of society and their environment. We encourage social responsibility, ethical orientation, and active engagement in the work of building a strong and inclusive campus community.