The Investigator will serve as a project leader on an early childhood data technical assistance project(s) at the Frank Porter Graham (FPG) Child Development Institute at UNC-Chapel Hill. The Investigator will coordinate technical assistance provided by a team of Technical Assistance Specialists, provide technical assistance related to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) early childhood data requirements, and share supervision of FPG staff and project budget (as Co-Principal Investigator).
Minimum of five years of experience providing Technical Assistance related to children with disabilities and their families, ability to provide assistance to state administrators related to data requirements of IDEA early childhood programs (both 618 and 616 data requirements), and child and family outcome data analysis. Demonstrated experience in written communication, public speaking and presentation, providing technical assistance and evaluating professional development or technical assistance efforts.Doctoral degree in education, special education, early education, educational psychology, or related discipline. A doctoral degree is preferred, although in some cases, an individual with a master's degree who has demonstrated excellence in Child Development, Early Intervention, Psychology, Special Education or related discipline may be considered.
American Recovery & Reinvestment Act Funded:
University of North Carolina
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