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Washington State offers a generous benefits package including medical, dental, vision, long-term disability, life insurance and retirement.  Employees enjoy extensive opportunities for professional and personal development.



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An Orientation and Mobility Instructor walks down a sidewalk with a student learning to use a white cane.

Orientation and Mobility Specialist (Program Specialist 3) - Yakima

Job Number: 2020-DSB-001

DSB is hiring an Orientation & Mobility Specialist (Program Specialist 3) for the East Region (Yakima) area. 

As the Rehabilitation Teaching and Orientation and Mobility subject matter expert, you will analyze and assesses the adaptive skills of participants with Blindness, Deaf-Blindness, and Low Vision for their activities of daily living and employment readiness; apply emerging and evolving technologies and training methods to current and future participants; and help develop the curriculum and implement training methodologies to participants and employers seeking to accommodate their staff in accordance with Section 508 & Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

For questions about the position, please contact Damiana Harper, East Regional Area Program Manager. For assistance with the online application, contact Angie Anderson at 360.407.8446 or via email at

For the complete position description visit the Washington State Job Opportunities website.