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Orientation and Mobility Specialist

United States, Wisconsin, Waukesha
N25W23131 Paul Road (Show on map)
May 15, 2023

Orientation and Mobility Specialist
- Vacancy ID: 164706
Vacancy Details
Orientation and Mobility Specialist
Southeastern WI
Number of Openings
Close Date (11:59 p.m. Central)
Open until filled
Sandy Stefczak
Human Resources Administrator
Position Details
Position Start Date
As soon as possible
On call, as needed assignments. Hours will vary.
Appointment Type
Part Time
Recipient of the Top Workplaces Award for five consecutive years, Cooperative Educational Service Agency (CESA) #1 is all about students. CESAs were started over 50 years ago to partner with local school districts to provide high-quality educational and therapy services for students. Wisconsin is divided into 12 CESAs, with CESA #1 comprising six counties in southeastern Wisconsin. CESA #1 is home to 30,000 educators and more than 300,000 students. We are a critical partner to schools, providing reliable, just-in-time support. We offer over 100 kinds of services, including consultation, workshops, and staffing for districts. We are proud of our strong history supporting schools and students.
Provide individualized orientation and mobility instruction for blind or visually impaired students, ages 3-21, on an itinerant basis. Evaluate student skills and needs, prepare behavioral objectives, and complete progress reports. Consult with staff, other professionals, and parents. This position's responsibilities include a wide variety of classroom settings and student ages and experiences. Our Orientation and Mobility Instructors have the opportunity to work with many different people, school districts, and systems.
-Bachelor's Degree
-Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction License as an Orientation and Mobility Specialist
-Knowledge base in low vision, activities of daily living, and transition
-Ability to be flexible, meeting the needs of students and districts
-Ability to adapt to different systems
-Willingness to drive to multiple locations
-Current driver's license
Why Work for CESA #1:
Why Do You Do What You Do? - This is a question we ask ourselves all the time. Here are just a few of the reasons why our employees work for CESA #1.
IMPACT: You'll work on a team that builds the capacity of learners to grow, educators to teach, leaders to lead, and schools and districts to improve, all for the benefit of children.
BALANCE: You'll experience work/life balance from an employer that really cares. For instance, our staff engage in a robust wellness program, which has won national awards from both the American Heart Association and Humana.
GROWTH: You'll continue your journey as a life-long learner through our comprehensive onboarding program, access to expert colleagues, and high-quality professional development.
CESA #1 provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants, and prohibits unlawful discrimination on the basis of age, race, color, national origin, ancestry, creed, disability, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy, arrest or conviction record, military service, genetic information, use or nonuse of lawful products off CESA #1's premises during nonworking hours, and any other reason prohibited by state or federal law. CESA #1 complies with all applicable state and federal laws governing nondiscrimination in employment. Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. CESA #1 will provide reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement promotion, termination, layoff, leaves of absences, compensation and training.
Candidate Requirements
Years of Experience

  • Orientation and Mobility

Additional Requirements

  • Cover Letter
  • Resume
  • Custom Questions