Vocational Rehabilitation Deaf and Blind Services Careers

Overview

The Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services Blind and Deaf Services section’s mission is to provide quality, seamless, comprehensive and timely rehabilitation services in a collaborative and consumer driven environment  that  results in employment and independence for individuals who are blind, low vision, deaf, hard of hearing and DeafBlind.  These services are delivered through a statewide network of twelve district offices led by a local Unit Supervisor with teams of professionals with specialized training to meet the needs of this unique population.  Included in these teams are Vocational Rehabilitation Counselors, Vision Rehabilitation Therapists (Rehabilitation Teachers), Orientation and Mobility Specialists, Audiologists, Deaf Support Service workers, Assistive Technology Specialists, Vision Rehabilitation Assistants, Interpreters and Administrative Assistants.  For additional information on minimum qualifications for career opportunities available  in these specialized areas, please see the following listings.

Careers

For information about specific job classifications, visit the State Personnel website

  • Administrative Support Assistant I
  • Administrative Support Assistant II
  • Administrative Support Assistant III
  • Assistant Commissioner
  • Audiologist
  • Interpreter I
  • Interpreter II
  • Interpreter III
  • Orientation and Mobility Specialist
  • Rehabilitation Assistant
  • Rehabilitation Counselor
  • Rehabilitation Counselor (Sign Language Option)
  • Rehabilitation Employment Specialist
  • Rehabilitation Services State Office Administrator
  • Rehabilitation Specialist I
  • Rehabilitation Specialist II
  • Rehabilitation Specialist III
  • Senior Rehabilitation Counselor
  • Senior Rehabilitation Counselor (Sign Language Option)
  • Senior Rehabilitation Teacher
  • Vision Rehabilitation Therapist
  • Vocational Rehabilitation Field Supervisor

Organizational Chart

Organizational Chart