Current Career Opportunities at the Institute on Disabilities


Lead Research Associate

The Institute on Disabilities at Temple University is currently seeking candidates for the position of Lead Research Associate (Lead RA) to develop and implement a variety of research and evaluation activities. Specifically, the Lead RA will support several data-driven reports. They will read and interpret statistical output and search secondary data sources and research articles for relevant information. They will also help the team create accessible ways of sharing study findings and important information. The position reports to the Assistant Director of Research.

We are looking for someone to bring their unique lived experience to our research team to help us make sure our work is the most inclusive it can be.

Lead Research Associate: Learn More and Apply


Associate Director of Assistive Technology

The Institute on Disabilities at Temple University is seeking a dynamic, passionate, innovative thinker and person of action to lead our statewide federal Assistive Technology (AT) Act program, known as TechOWL. The Institute's team members engage in meaningful work that advances individuals and communities impacted by disability. The AT Program uses a social service model, providing everyone served with information and resources to make informed decisions regarding assistive technology.  

The Assistive Technology Associate Director reports to the Executive Director of the Institute on Disabilities and is responsible for coordinating all aspects of all AT projects and programs at the Institute.

Associate Director of Assistive Technology: Learn More and Apply


Graduate Assistantships

Graduate assistantships, externships, and related positions for Temple Students

About the Institute on Disabilities

The Institute on Disabilities at Temple University, Pennsylvania's University Center of Excellence in Developmental Disabilities provides interdisciplinary training, technical assistance, research, and scholarship to enhance the lives of people with developmental and other lifelong disabilities in their communities. The Institute on Disabilities is a Center within the College of Education and Human Development and reports directly to its Dean.

Our Mission and Vision

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