Program Director, Delaware Network for Excellence in Autism
Program Director, Delaware Network for Excellence in AutismPosted March 23, 2020 12:56 pm
Be a leader for change and growth in the autism community! We are seeking a director for the Delaware Network for Excellence in Autism (DNEA), Delaware’s statewide training and technical assistance center for autism spectrum disorders. Housed at the university’s Center for Disabilities Studies and in collaboration with community partners, the DNEA promotes evidence-based practice and family support through training, technical assistance and resource dissemination.
Under the direction of the CDS director and associate director, the program director of the Delaware Network for Excellence in Autism (DNEA) provides conceptual and administrative leadership for all DNEA activities. The program director has primary responsibility for developing, implementing and managing the DNEA; maintaining effective communication and collaboration with the Interagency Committee for Autism (ICA) and other stakeholders; facilitating the support of the DNEA through grants and contracts; establishing innovative practices that can be disseminated on state, national and international levels; providing the translational pivot between research and application; conducting training and technical assistance; and influencing policy and practice to enhance the positive impact on individuals with autism spectrum disorders and other disabilities, as well as their families.
For more information and to apply, visit the job listing on the University of Delaware Careers website here.