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Note Taker P/T

Harold Washington College

City Colleges of Chicago’s vision is to be recognized as the city’s most accessible higher education engine of socioeconomic mobility and racial equity – empowering all Chicagoans to take part in building a stronger and more just city.  The community college system’s more than 3,500 faculty and staff serve more than 60,000 students annually at seven colleges and five satellite sites.

WE OFFER: Excellent health and welfare benefit package and long-term savings and investment programs including 403(b) & 457(b) Investment Plans and a pension plan with the State University Retirement System (SURS) Plan. Generous vacation, holiday, personal and sick days, and tuition reimbursement. For a more detailed overview of benefits, please visit the benefits page of our website.

PRIMARY OBJECTIVE: Note Takers attend classes with students who have disabilities,
(i.e. visual or hearing impairments, learning or other disabilities) to take thorough legible,
and organized notes from classroom lectures, including exam dates, assignments, and
other pertinent information.
1. Take notes in class for students with disabilities.
2. Read printed material aloud for students with visual impairments.
3. Transcribe for students with mobility impairments.
4. Assist students with visual impairments in math classes by copying information
from the board in large print.
5. Assist students who are visually impaired by using raised line drawing materials to
produce tactile graphs used in Math classes.
6. Assist students with visual impairments in science labs by providing verbal
descriptions of visual information.
7. Serve as a proctor for students with disabilities during tests.
8. Perform other duties as assigned.
9. Adheres to CCC Customer Service Excellence standards.
Note Taker – Part-time…#2

Direct Supervision:
Indirect Supervision:

1. High school diploma, or equivalent, with a minimum of one-year post-secondary
educational experience.
2. Must possess an understanding of the basic issues pertinent to communication with
students who have disabilities.
3. Ability to take thorough and organized notes utilizing available technology from
information presented verbally in classrooms.
4. Must have legible hand writing, accurate spelling, use of acceptable grammar, and
proficiency in use of computers.
5. Must possess good organizational skills.
6. Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

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