06/11/2019Return to view all job openings
Performs functional vision, learning media and orientation and mobility assessments on new referrals, maintains rehabilitation follow-up programs for active and inactive clients. Provides direct and consultative services in a variety of settings including but not limited to clinical, educational, community and home settings. Interpret eye medical reports as they relate to the rehabilitative process and if applicable, contributes to the development of the IEP with goals, modifications, learning styles for clients. Recommends appropriate specialized evaluations as needed, such as low vision, psycho-social, and adaptive physical education. Dispenses and maintains educational/rehabilitative equipment and instructs in the proper use thereof. Maintains service file of all Rehabilitation Teaching clients with information/documentation regarding client service planning and progress, and updates central file with information. Compiles appropriate Association reports and submits to the Senior Director of Rehabilitation Operations. Maintains contact with other educational, community and state direct service agencies. Works as a team member with other NVO professionals, volunteers, and staff. Assists with recreational therapy programming as needed. Provides public education on blindness issues and all aspects of NVO services.
Requires a bachelor's and or master’s degree from a college or university, plus Oklahoma certification for teachers of students with visual impairments and ACVREP Certification for Orientation and Mobility. Must be able to travel between work sites and program locations.
NVO is an Affirmative Action Employer - EOE/MF/Disabilities/Vets
Cert: Any Certification
ACVREP Certification for Orientation and Mobility