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Help us build a future that belongs to everyone.

“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.” -Helen Keller

Here at APH, we believe that through our collective talents and actions, we can create a world of empowerment, independence, and opportunities for people who are blind and visually impaired. We invite you to become part of our life changing mission. Will you accept?

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View our current openings below.

Human Resources Coordinator

Under supervision of the Human Resources Manager, this position assists with the administration of the day-to-day operations of the human resources department. The Human Resources Coordinator provides support to management staff and employees and coordinates a variety of human resources activities. Other functional areas requiring support are labor and employee relations, compliance, recruitment and hiring, payroll and benefits, and training.

Educational Aids Pre-Production Supervisor

Reporting to the Production Manager, this position is responsible for the supervision and coordination of production activities of the Educational Aids Pre Production department. This department consists of thermoforming, die cutting, riveting, routing, pre-production kitting and all operations related. This position requires substantial judgment, organizational skills, and analytic and problem solving abilities. Consistent and even handed enforcement of company policies including, strict adherence to essential safety regulations.

Admin. Assistant II - Accessibility, Diversity & Inclusion

The American Printing House for the Blind (APH), a world leader in creating learning solutions and pathways to success for children and adults who are blind or visually impaired, is seeking an administrative assistant to join our Accessibility, Diversity, and Inclusion team. The division’s work involves improving internal accessibility, diversity and inclusion efforts, and promoting the same among external stakeholders. The successful candidate will report to the Director of Accessibility, Diversity, and Inclusion, as well as provide support to other members of the team.

IT Project Manager

Reporting to the Manager of IT Business Transformation, the IT Project Manager will plan and lead IT teams that implement package software in support of updated business processes throughout APH.

Technical Business Analyst-Temporary position

APH is seeking an experienced Technical Business Analyst role to collect, document, and maintain business requirements for all new development. This key role must have experience in Analysis and Technical Knowledge of systems used to enhance our website and assist with managing the testing processes.

Braille Production Worker

Collates, inspects, assembles, and sorts braille printed materials. Operates equipment to reproduce braille books. Makes and assembles cases; packages materials. Other duties may be assigned.

Large Type Production Worker

Collates, inspects, rings, cuts, assembles, and sorts large type printed materials. Operates equipment to reproduce printed books. Receives and stores master books; makes and assembles cases. Other duties may be assigned.

Digital Content Manager-FamilyConnect

Reporting to the Director of the APH ConnectCenter, the Digital Content Manager assists with acquiring, creating, and delivering useful and accurate informational content that is aligned with APH’s mission. The websites that make up the APH ConnectCenter are: FamilyConnect, VisionAware, CareerConnect, and the educational site BrailleBug. Together these sites are the largest body of information about blindness and visual impairment on the internet in the U.S. The content consists of critical information for people of all ages who are visually impaired or blind including an array of tools for early childhood, education, work, and daily living. It includes the websites and social media, email, and other present and future digital platforms.

Digital Content Manager-APH VisionAware

Reporting to the Director of the APH ConnectCenter, the Digital Content Specialist assists with acquiring, creating, and delivering useful and accurate informational content that is aligned with APH’s mission. The websites that make up the APH ConnectCenter are: FamilyConnect, VisionAware, CareerConnect, and the educational site BrailleBug. Together these sites are the largest body of information about blindness and visual impairment on the internet in the U.S. The content consists of critical information for people of all ages who are visually impaired or blind including an array of tools for early childhood, education, work, and daily living. It includes the websites and social media, email, and other present and future digital platforms.

Digital Content Manager-CareerConnect

Reporting to the Director of the APH ConnectCenter, the Digital Content Specialist assists with acquiring, creating, and delivering useful and accurate informational content that is aligned with APH’s mission. The websites that make up the APH ConnectCenter are: FamilyConnect, VisionAware, CareerConnect, and the educational site BrailleBug. Together these sites are the largest body of information about blindness and visual impairment on the internet in the U.S. The content consists of critical information for people of all ages who are visually impaired or blind including an array of tools for early childhood, education, work, and daily living. It includes the websites and social media, email, and other present and future digital platforms.

Outreach Regional Specialist Central North Region

The American Printing House for the Blind (APH) is seeking an Outreach Regional Specialist for the Central North Region (Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio, Wisconsin). Reporting to the National Director of Outreach Services, the Outreach Regional Specialist will serve as a liaison between APH, Central North region and its territories. The Outreach Regional Specialist will create, alone and in collaboration with others, professional development opportunities for service providers in the region and to be shared in-person, by webinar or the learning management system.

Customer Service Call Center Supervisor

The Customer Service Call Center Supervisor, under the supervision of the Customer Experience Director, will collaborate with the Customer Service Operations Coordinator to establish and manage performance goals for efficiency, accuracy and quality for 7-10 Customer Service team members. This position is responsible for supervising, coaching, developing and motivating the contact center team by demonstrating leadership and interpersonal skills.

APH Huntington Program Coordinator

Reporting to the Accessible Community Development Strategist, the APH Huntington Program Coordinator will be a member of the APH Development Team. The APH Huntington Program Coordinator will assist the Accessible Community Development Strategist with ensuring the growth and sustainability of the APH Huntington program. The goal of the APH Huntington program is to educate and elevate; to bring access technology, information about the capabilities and needs of the visually impaired community, tools, resources, and training to the community of Huntington, WV, to serve the blind and low vision population.

Special Programs InSights Art Intern

The American Printing House for the Blind (APH), a world leader in creating learning solutions and pathways to success for children and adults who are blind or visually impaired, is seeking a Special Programs Insights Art Intern. Under the supervision of the Special Programs Coordinator, the intern will support the InSights Art Program, and the Factory and Museum Tour Program, in the Government and Community Affairs Department.

Customer Service Specialist II - International Customer Support

The American Printing House for the Blind (APH), a world leader in creating learning solutions and products for children and adults who are blind or visually impaired, is seeking a Customer Service Specialist to meet the needs of our customers on their pathway to success. Reporting directly to the Director of Customer Experience, the Customer Service Specialist will support the Customer Service team by answering calls and email, handling customer inquiries, order entry, return authorizations and setting up customer accounts.

Senior Network Administrator

The American Printing House for the Blind (APH), a world leader in creating learning solutions and pathways to success for children and adults who are blind or visually impaired, is seeking a detail-oriented, thorough, and organized Senior Network Administrator to join our team. In this position, you will play a key role in providing support for all areas of IT. You will build and update systems, troubleshoot problems, and provide hands-on support for IT issues within our organization, manage in-house computer software systems, servers, storage devices and network connections to ensure high availability and security of the supported business applications. Work location will be onsite and remote. A fully remote opportunity may be considered for the successful candidate located within the region.

Certified Braille Transcriber

Performs Braille transcription of a variety of printed materials into Braille code using transcription software. Transcribes materials in both literary and Nemeth codes.

Building Maintenance Worker

Must be capable of performing general duties associated with industrial building maintenance, e.g. electrical, plumbing, HVAC. Will facilitate repairs, perform preventive maintenance, test and log system data for heating and cooling systems, boilers, air compressors, and other facility systems. Other duties, including assisting technical or machine maintenance personnel may be assigned.

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Equal employment opportunity is the law.

Welcome Everyone!

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, ethnicity, national origin, place of birth, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, or protected veteran status. EOE / Minorities / Females / Vet / Disability Employer.

APH is a Drug-Free Workplace. Any offer of employment is conditioned upon successfully passing a drug screening test and background check.

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