Remote Position as a Teacher of the Visually Impaired

Branson , MO
VocoVision Schools - Visually Impaired Teacher Contract 01/09 Apply

Work from Home Teacher of The Visually Impaired in Missouri 

 

Vocovision is seeking a part-time, virtual, Teacher of the Visually Impaired to work remote for a wonderful school district in Missouri! 

 

Position Details:

· Full-Time (open to part-time)

· Elementary to High School

· Teaching Braille

General Requirements:

· Fully certified as a TVI

· At least 2 years of experience as a TVI

· Active License in Missouri 

Benefits of Teletherapy:

· Work from home

· Increased flexibility

· Decreased exposure to illness

· Decreased cost of transportation (gas + wear and tear)

 

If you are interested in advancing your career as in Teletherapy contact Kayla Brewer and send resume to [email protected]

 

Kayla Brewer

VocoVision Account Executive

[email protected]

Work from Home Teacher of The Visually Impaired in Missouri 

 

Vocovision is seeking a part-time, virtual, Teacher of the Visually Impaired to work remote for a wonderful school district in Missouri! 

 

Position Details:

· Full-Time (open to part-time)

· Elementary to High School

· Teaching Braille

General Requirements:

· Fully certified as a TVI

· At least 2 years of experience as a TVI

· Active License in Missouri 

Benefits of Teletherapy:

· Work from home

· Increased flexibility

· Decreased exposure to illness

· Decreased cost of transportation (gas + wear and tear)

 

If you are interested in advancing your career as in Teletherapy contact Kayla Brewer and send resume to [email protected]

 

Kayla Brewer

VocoVision Account Executive

[email protected]

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