MDE-LIO is currently hiring an education consultant for visually impaired to work in Lansing, and a high-adventure camp consultant to work at Camp Tuhsmeheta (Camp T) in Greenville.

Read the details below to learn more and apply.

Education Consultant for Visual Impairment

MDE-LIO is hiring an education consultant for visual impairment to work in Lansing, with some travel to work with schools and families. This person will provide consulting services and technical assistance to school districts, administrators, teachers, parents, paraprofessionals, and other service providers that enable them to effectively serve and improve the quality of educating children who are Blind/Visually Impaired (BVI), including children with multiple impairments.

The essential functions of the position require advanced knowledge, expertise, and experience teaching students with a visual impairment in order to advise program administrators/staff regarding services/programs for students who are BVI, including students with multiple impairments. The consultant in this position will also provide suggestions/techniques to implement or improve programs and services.

Apply: State of Michigan Careers: Education Consultant for Visual Impairment

Application deadline: March 4 at 5 p.m.

High-Adventure Camp Consultant

MDE-LIO is hiring a high-adventure camp consultant to work at Camp T, a 300-acre camp maintained by MDE-LIO in Greenville. This staff member will be responsible for ensuring the safe operations of the camp involving high-adventure activities and programming for camp groups. This staff member will also support the camp director to ensure safe operations and licensing requirements are met for Camp T.

This position is classified as seasonal, which can be negotiated based on the season and amount of work needed at camp. The person in this position has the ability to work up to 11 months of the year when in-person events return. May through October are the camp’s busiest months, and the person in this role will be required to work 40 hours a week with the exception of approved leave time. Some weekend work and overnight stays with campers will be required.

Apply: State of Michigan Careers: High-Adventure Camp Consultant

Application deadline: March 11 at 5 p.m.