Employment Opportunities

Current Openings

Dartmouth College’s Student Accessibility Services (SAS) seeks to foster a community that values inclusivity of people with disabilities in all aspects of its environment and in the attitudes, behaviors, and endeavors of its people.  Our work is based on a social justice model and promoting universal design.  Visit www.jobs.dartmouth.edu to learn more about these new opportunities, then search by reference number or title.

Assistive Technology Manager (1125944)

The Assistive Technology (AT) Manager plays a key role in promoting equitable access for undergraduate students with disabilities. The AT Manager serves as a key resource to the campus community, especially students; is responsible for the daily operation of the assistive technology, alternate format, and real-time captioning; and manages a staff of three full-time and various student and short-term employees.  FLSA exempt; starting salary will likely be within the lower half ($40,400-47,500) of the range.


(FLSA non-exempt, full time)

Assistive Technology Assistant (1011373)

The Assistive Technology Assistant plays a collaborative and supportive role within Assistive Technology Services. This position will work closely with two other Assistive Technology Assistants to co-manage and coordinate the Student Accessibility Services (SAS) document conversion, alternate format services, and capturing audio in real-time services. The Assistive Technology Assistant will assist with employee supervision and assisting the SAS Assistive Technology Manager with provision of direct assistive technology services to students with disabilities at Dartmouth College and with other project and administrative support to the Student Accessibility Services office. 

Auxiliary Services Assistant (1125401)

The Auxiliary Services Assistant promotes equitable access for undergraduate students with disabilities at Dartmouth College. The Auxiliary Services Assistant will support the Auxiliary Services Manager with the daily operation of coordinating and managing notetaking services, classroom and lab assistants, exam readers, scribes, amanuenses, interpreters and relevant notetaking technology tools and software. The selected candidate will also assist with providing consultation to students, faculty and staff and training to students and staff. 



Roberto Martinez

Sr. Talent Acquisition Consultant

[email protected]

(603) 646-8179