What is it like to work at Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind?

4.7Work/Life Balance
4.5Compensation/Benefits
4.7Job Security/Advancement
4.1Management
4.5Culture
4.0
Working with various consumers
Written by Microcomputer / Assistive Technology Specialist (Current Employee) from Tuscaloosa, AL on May 21, 2018
Interact with blind or deaf blind consumers to train in the use of various assistive technology devices or software. Average at least two consumers per day for two to three hour training period.
ProsFullfilling
ConsPoor vision and dental healthcare.
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