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The Vermont Center for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing educational approach & program structure are based upon over 100 years of experience in working with Deaf & Hard of Hearing individuals and their families.  We take great care & consideration in hiring only the most qualified & caring staff to best support and empower our student and program participants.

You must have knowledge of American Sign language or ability to learn if applying for positions working with our students.

Excellent benefits package includes medical/dental, life and disability insurance, personal/sick paid time off and a friendly working environment.

On site child care is available for employees.  Little Arrows Early Childhood Center  accepts children ages 6 weeks to 5 years old.

To Apply in Person:

On Campus - Austine School for the Deaf, 130 Austine Drive, (off Maple Street - Holton Hall, 2nd floor) in Brattleboro, VT. 

To Apply by Mail:

You may print out the VCDHH employment application by clicking on this link.

Please fill out the form, include your resume and letter of interest and three (3)  letters of references & mail to  
Kris Lemire  
130 Austine Drive, Brattleboro, VT 05301.

If you have any questions or would like to email your application and resume you may reach Kris at 802-258-9510 or email:  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Fax# 802-258-9574

Current Vacancies:

Client Support Specialist for the ACCESS Program
: Middlebury, VT area
Time Base: Part Time - under 29 hours/week
Payrate: $11-$15 per hour
Experience with deafness and Deaf Culture preferred
Fluency in American Sign Language 
Drivers license and personal car required
Cell phone required for communication with supervisor
High degree of organizational skill and follow through
Must be flexible..some evening and weekend work may be required
Strong social/interpersonal skills
Prior experience with persons with Mental Health disabilities preferred
Teaching clients independent living skills and accessing of community resources
Transitioning skills,employment community networking, job development, and on the job coaching.
Maintaining weekly reports
Communicating/meeting with home care provider, case manager and referral agency as needed.
Assessing client performance skills, assists with developing intervention strategies
On-site coaching/supporting participants in home and community