Career & Volunteer Opportunities

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Current Job Openings

We currently have no open staff positions.

Communications Coordinator

Are you a passionate, talented writer and communicator looking for an opportunity to join a mission-driven organization committed to transforming lives and eliminating systemic barriers? The Wisconsin Council of the Blind & Visually Impaired is currently seeking a communications coordinator to play a key role on its communications team.

Position Summary
The communications coordinator plays a key role in promoting the mission, vision, values and services of WCBVI while maintaining the integrity of our brand. The communications coordinator is part of the communications team, reporting to and working in collaboration with the communications director. This position is full time (37.5 hours/week) and is based in the Council’s offices at 754 Williamson Street in Madison.

Volunteer with Us

Do you enjoy offering your time to help support a great cause? From time to time the Wisconsin Council of the Blind & Visually Impaired looks to volunteers to help assist with special projects. Email for more information.

Volunteer Gardener

The Council is looking for help this spring, summer, and fall with maintaining our small garden and flower beds.

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As people who are blind or visually impaired, we understand the experiences of being part of a minority group that at times faces adversity or discrimination. Therefore, we are committed to actively seeking and welcoming diverse people, experiences and perspectives and to foster inclusivity. Practicing inclusivity creates opportunities for greater innovation, sustainability and mission-focused, responsive and person-centered programs and services.

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uncompromising respect

We uphold the dignity and worth of all individuals and groups in how we treat each other, even in times of disagreement or conflict. We acknowledge and affirm all people traveling with us on this life journey of blindness or visual impairment, including those facing rapidly changing vision. We recognize that each individual and family must take their own path on this journey in an atmosphere of genuine support and compassion, allowing for constructive feedback, growth-centered risk-taking and creativity.

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We practice unfailing integrity in all individual and organizational actions to steward the Council’s precious human, financial and capital resources. Our goal is to say what we do and do what we say, both within the organization and outside of it, which we exemplify by the highest standards of ethics, honesty and trustworthiness as we live our mission.