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Lighthouse for the Blind, Inc. (Seattle)


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·        Organize, plan and provide O & M evaluation and instruction to people who are blind, blind with other disabilities, or Deaf-Blind, including employees and community members

·        Provide education/consultation and technical assistance to Lighthouse personnel and community members as appropriate, including all Lighthouse locations.  Some travel with advance notice may be required.

·        Work cooperatively with Accommodations, Operations, Safety, and Maintenance personnel to make recommendations for accommodations

·        Work cooperatively with local transit authorities to provide consultation, input and expertise

·        Work cooperatively to develop and maintain relationships with adaptive equipment vendors

·        Assess basic low vision needs for employees and other participants

·        Attend staff, program and department meetings as required

·        Monitor and maintain stock of low vision and mobility related equipment for employee purchases and/or use.

·        Coordinate with other O&M’s to ensure other Lighthouse sites such as JBLM and CMS have training and accommodation support or as needed (magnifiers, CCTV’s, lighting recommendation, mobility instruction, cane tips, etc)

·        Travel to other Base Supply Centers as requested, and/or find local resource to provide training.

·        Participate in development of program-wide goals and measurements

·        Deliver services defined in grants and contracts

·        Develop and maintain positive relationships in the O&M professional arena

·        Maintain files, provide documentation, data collection, reports, and summaries as needed

·        Develop annual budgets and work plans


Minimum Requirements:


·        Demonstrated knowledge of a wide range of accommodation resources

·        Ability to problem solve effectively

·        Ability to take initiative, function autonomously, and be dependable.

·        Ability to produce high-quality written documents, including correspondence, reports, etc

·        Comprehensive knowledge of PC applications, including MS Word, Excel, Outlook, Internet Explorer  and database software.

·        Professional demeanor

·        Demonstrated excellent written and interpersonal communication skills

·        Willingness to work as a team member

·        Mature judgment and sensitivity in interpersonal relations and among diverse groups

·        Demonstrated strong verbal and written communication skills

·        BA or MA in Orientation and Mobility Required

·        ACVREP/COMS Certification Required

·        3 plus years of experience providing Orientation and Mobility training and instruction preferred

·        Dual competency in Orientation & Mobility and Rehabilitation Teaching preferred

·        ASL 4 skills or above preferred


Equal Opportunity Employer, Male / Female / Persons with Disabilities / VEVRAA






Phone: 2069734060

Cert: COMS

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