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Currently hiring Orientation and Mobility Specialists and/or Teachers of Students with Visual Impairments for full or part-time work in New Hampshire.  Incentives for signing or relocation possible for qualified candidates.  COMS and TVI positions with Future In Sight are itinerant positions working with students in school districts and young children in early supports and services programs state-wide.  

What you can expect: The salary range is competitive and commensurate with experience. We offer a generous benefits package including health and dental benefits, generous paid time off, paid professional development, a matched retirement plan, federal mileage reimbursement, a flexible spending account and more.  Committed to building and retaining an excellent team of vision professionals, we offer incentives for qualified TVI and COMS candidates to join us, such as a signing bonus and/or relocation expenses.

Perhaps most importantly, we actively cultivate a work environment where staff feel valued, respected and fully supported.  Come join our team!

To apply, please send a thoughtful cover letter and resume to Becky Berk, Director of Education Services, at


Phone: 603-565-2402

Cert: Multiple Certifications

Future In Sight is a nonprofit organization that is dedicated to transforming the lives of those who are blind, visually impaired, and their families. We provide a range of services in education, rehabilitation, and social services to infants and toddlers, children (3-21,) adults, and seniors. We also partner with medical and eye professionals, healthcare facilities, social service organizations, and state agencies, including the Department of Education and Department of Rehabilitation Services. We offer our clients a holistic continuum of care that includes counseling, group therapy, occupational therapy, low vision therapy, vision rehabilitation therapy, orientation and mobility training, education services, and technology training. We also work to educate the public about the advancements in medical care, therapies, treatments, and technology, which can improve life for the growing number of people with vision loss. Services are personalized to meet our clients' needs — in the home, at work, at school and in the community — and we don't deny anyone based on their financial ability to pay.