Portland State University Job Opening: CCS (Career and Community Studies) Employment and Campus Inclusion Coordinator position


Ann Fullerton and Sue Bert have created at PSU the inclusive college and employment "Career & Community Studies" Certificate for persons with intellectual disability. Our students are thriving and PSU has welcomed this exciting endeavor. You may know this project as "Think College Inclusion Oregon" the grant that supports this work.

We currently have a job opening to fill the CCS Employment and Campus Inclusion Coordinator position. This position supports student employment throughout the 4-year college and employment experience. We are looking for applicants who value employment for all and have extensive experience and demonstrated skills in the areas of job development, job coaching,  other job supports. An excerpt of description is below...

The purpose of this Advisor/Counselor position is to support the inclusion of college students with intellectual disabilities in employment experiences and campus involvement throughout their 4-year Career and Community Studies Certificate (CCS) experience at Portland State University. This position will focus on developing integrated, paid employment for all students starting in year one within typical jobs opportunities on campus and in the community. CCS students will need to transition to career-focused off-campus jobs prior to completing their 4th year of college.

Specific job responsibilities will include providing individualized supports with CCS students (e.g., weekly advising, job development, providing job supports, implementing person-centered planning processes with students and their teams, planning and supporting the transition to campus housing), coordinating supports for employment and campus inclusion (e.g., support campus employers, coordinate job coaching supports, facilitate inclusion into campus housing), maintaining internal and external partnerships (e.g., facilitating the monthly CCS Employment team meetings with employment partners, collaborate with campus partners), and supporting the CCS team to implement the program (e.g., program admissions, on-boarding new students, assisting with planned events with students and families, program evaluation tasks). This position is currently grant funded through 2020. We are optimistic that there will be continued funding for this position after the grant ends.

Here is a link to the position announcement and application:


Please share this job announcement within your connections. Feel free to contact us with any questions or ideas for reaching out to potential applicants. Thanks for your help to get the word out on this exciting opportunity and for your ongoing support.

Take care and thank-you!

Sue Bert & Ann Fullerton


Ann Fullerton
Professor of Special Education
Graduate School of Ed.
Co-Director, Think College Inclusion Oregon (TCIO) Project
Career & Community Studies 
Portland State University