The disAbility Resource Center of the Rappahannock Area, Inc.

A Center for Independent Living working to enable people of all disabilities of all ages to reach their greatest potential of independent living.

Employment Opportunities

Employment Opportunities

 The disAbility Resource Center, a non-profit, cross-disability, support, resource and advocacy organization has two employment opportunities  available:

COMMUNITY INTEGRATION SPECIALIST – CULPEPER, VA

Community Integration Specialist needed to work with people with disabilities, with local organizations and the community at-large.  Ideal candidate will have interest in removing barriers to full inclusion/integration, provide direct service to consumers and an interest in educating the community on disability issues. Familiarity/personal experience with or sensitivity to disabilities essential.  Part-time, occasional night or weekend work, occasional out-of-town overnight travel.  Public speaking required.  Computer literacy important.  Driver’s license and/or reliable transportation necessary.

DEAF OR HARD OF HEARING SPECIALIST

Deaf or Hard of Hearing Specialist needed to work with people with disabilities, with local organizations and the community at-large.  Ideal candidate will have interest in removing barriers to full inclusion/integration, provide direct service to consumers who are deaf or hard of hearing and an interest in educating the community on disability issues, particularly communication access. Familiarity/personal experience with or sensitivity to disabilities essential.  Occasional night or weekend work, occasional out-of-town overnight travel.  Public speaking required.  Computer literacy important.  Driver’s license and/or reliable transportation necessary.

Persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.  Submit resume with cover or letter or letter of interest:

 disAbility Resource Center, 409 Progress Street, Fredericksburg VA 22401

 ATTN:  IL Specialist or DHOH Specialist

Fax: 540-373-8126

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From a woman who the dRC helped move into accessible housing:  “I am thankful that next week, hopefully Wed, right after the inspector leaves, that I will be able to move into my new home and start a new life in a place that I can easily get my walker and my groceries in and out of.  I will be able to do my laundry and walk with ease.  There are no stairs! No closet doors falling on my head! Nothing to be afraid of and there is plenty of parking!  I feel so blessed and so lucky to have a home that I can live in.  Thank you for all that you’ve done to help me accomplish this goal.”

Another dRC Success Story: “We have been waiting for two years for a wheelchair for my son.  In those two years he has gown a little over 7 inches and gained over 40 pounds.  With that said, the chair we had was hurting him and not really helping him in any way.   Thanks to you we can now better the conditions of his seating and overall life by having the right support.  I’m blessed I waS able to find you guys and so thankful.  My son will now smile!” — Guissela N.

 

 

 

 

 

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