Opportunities at the Disability Resource Center

The Disability Resource Center at the University of Florida is committed to creating a culture of inclusion for students with disabilities. We believe that through a collective approach to access, we can proactively create inclusive opportunities for all to participate. We are seeking individuals who share our vision. If you are passionate about inclusion, diversity, equity, and access, then we hope you will explore the opportunities below:

Available Opportunities

 
 
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The Assistant Director for Testing and Note Services manages the day-to-day functions for the Disability Resource Center’s accommodated testing operation. They develop and update services, policies and procedures in response to testing demands. They schedule exams and maintain the integrity of the testing environment as well as individual exams.

“As a staff member, it has been my pleasure to interact and serve the smartest and most determined students on campus.

"Working at the DRC allows me to give back to students, faculty, and staff by helping to facilitate access.

“Empowering students to embrace their diverse identities, including disability, supports them to create positive change on campus.

“There is nothing better than working with the Gator Nation every day to build a culture of inclusion!

“I enjoy supporting each student through facilitating their access needs and championing their successes during their University of Florida experience.

"I love working in the DRC because I get to serve amazing students, faculty, and staff! It is my honor to work alongside these individuals to increase accessibility, inclusivity, and equity within the Gator Nation.