Job Vacancies

Guide Dogs NSW/ACT is currently seeking applications from experienced Orientation & Mobility Specialists for an opportunity to work with clients on the NSW North Coast (Coffs Harbour to Port Macquarie). Applications close 31st March 2021. More information can be found in this link.

Vision Australia have opportunities for experienced Orientation and Mobility Specialists across their offices in QLD, NSW, VIC and WA. More information can be found in this link: Orientation and Mobility Specialist – Vision Australia 2021

Guide Dogs Queensland are advertising two new Orientation & Mobility Specialist positions based in Brisbane and Toowoomba. For more information, please click on this link.

The Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children (RIDBC) is currently recruiting for the position of Best Practice Lead – Vision. The position is located in Sydney, for more information please click on this link.

Australian Volunteers for International Development, in partnership with the Tonga National Visual Impairment Association (TNVIA), is searching for a Braille and Mobility Trainer to operate in a volunteer capacity in Tonga. It is a 12 month assignment with a proposed start date of 22 June 2020. More information can be found in this link: Braille & Mobility Trainer, Australian Volunteers Program

Blind and Low Vision New Zealand (formerly Blind Foundation) is currently recruiting for an experienced Independent Living Skills Specialist/Rehabilitation Instructor for the Taranaki/Wanganui/Manawatu area. Your role will be split: 60% will be Independent Living Skills Specialist and 40% of your role will be as a Rehabilitation Instructor. More information can be found in this link: Independent Living Specialist – Rehabilitation Specialist – Jan 20

Blind and Low Vision New Zealand (formerly Blind Foundation) is currently recruiting for three Rehabilitation Instructor positions across Auckland, Nelson and Hamilton/Bay of Plenty regions. More information can be found in this link: Rehabilitation Instructor Ad – Dec 2019

 

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