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JOB ANNOUNCEMENT:                                              February 1, 2017

Assistive Technology Specialists

$23,000 to $28,000

OPEN February 1, 2017                            CLOSES 12 noon on February 14, 2017

(Resume must be received in office by noon on February 14, 2017)

No phone calls, no appointments, no walk-ins.

Send Resume to Debbie (debbie@cil-drc.org)

This is a full time position with benefits located at the CIL Disability Resource Center in Pensacola Florida.

Duties include:

  1. Incumbent will conduct Assistive Technology (AT) assessments, demonstrations and AT Training for people with disabilities, caregivers, and organizations who serve people with disabilities.
  1. Incumbent will organize, oversee and maintain Assistive Technology Lending Library including assuring AT equipment is in good working order, and set up equipment for demonstration, develop and follow procedure to demonstrate, loan and retrieve equipment.
  1. Incumbent is responsible for providing information, resources, and training to people with disabilities, their caregivers and organizations who serve people with disabilities regarding assistive technology devices and techniques, and for tracking the progress of consumers utilizing assistive technology.
  1. Incumbent is responsible for maintaining inventory control and utilizing a database; ordering AT equipment and supplies, coordinating public relations/educational activities, assist with developing brochures and informational material and organizing open house events, training, and tours of the AT the public.
  1. Incumbent must have excellent computer skills with Microsoft Office programs, database skills and excellent Internet skills.
  1. Incumbent will travel to events in Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa, and Walton Counties. Also, travel to AT meeting State wide.

Level 2 Background Check: Successful completion of a Level II background screening is a condition of employment.