**This is a two year limited term appointment. Continuation of employment will be contingent upon availability of funding.**
Reporting to the Director of the EAGLES program, the EAGLES Instruction Coordinator develops, implements, and evaluates student-focused instruction and services for the Education to Accomplish Growth in Life Experiences for Success (EAGLES) program.
The EAGLES Instruction Coordinator (employment) will be responsible for instructing students with intellectual disabilities who are in the employment component of the Advanced or Basic program. This person will also coordinate, evaluate, and implement the work-based training and internship placements to support the EAGLES students’ employment goals while enrolled at Auburn University to help prepare them for employment upon completion of the program.
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