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Conducts assessments and documents the O&M needs and personal goals of individuals with vision loss Provides information and lessons in the use of electronic travel aids, provides support in assertiveness/advocacy skills to individuals as it relates to orientation and mobility, teaches sighted guide to family members, acts as a resources in matters related to accessible design,
Founded in 1918, CNIB is one of Canada’s oldest and most respected charities. For 99 years, the organization has been Canada’s primary source of support for people who are blind or partially sighted, providing crucial vision loss rehabilitation services to thousands of Canadians each day.
With a dedicated team of approximately 700 staff members and thousands of volunteers across the country, CNIB is proud to be there, every step of the way, for people who are blind or partially sighted and their families, from the crucial early childhood years through adulthood and into the autumn of life. We also work diligently to increase public understanding of vision health, and to advocate proudly for an inclusive society where no citizen is left behind, regardless of vision loss.
CNIB has ambitious goals for the future. Through our new strategic plan, CNIB is working to ensure that every Canadian who is blind or partially sighted has access to the full range of services they need to increase their independence and have more control over their own lives.
For more information, please visit www.cnib.ca or call 1-800-563-2642.
Date: June 21, 2017
Job Title: Specialist, Orientation & Mobility
Term: Part-Time, Permanent
Location: Grey and Bruce County, ON
This position covers a broad range of duties and responsibilities including instructing individuals with vision loss on orientation and mobility travel skills and techniques.
Knowledge and Skill Requirements:
Closing Date for Applications: July 5, 2017
Please Send the Application To: Betty.Leeson@cnib.ca and quote the job title in the subject line
Please send cover letter and resume, and mention how you learned of this position.
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