Teacher of the Visually Impaired job responsibilities

A teacher of the visually impaired has a specific, crucial role in the formation of the student with visual impairments. Advocating for students is the first priority, and some of the responsibilities that revolve around this are:

  • Delivering Instruction to Students with Visual Impairments or Blindness
  • Participating in IEP Meetings
  • Providing Support to School Community
  • Interpreting Medical Records
  • Researching and Implementing Educational Strategies
  • Communicating with Classroom Teachers
  • Evaluating Formal Assessments

A teacher of the visually impaired is on the frontline of supporting those students in need. The TVI works with classroom teachers, specialists, healthcare professionals, and families to ensure optimum results for students.

Requirements for Getting a Teacher of the Visually Impaired Job

The minimum requirement for obtaining a TVI job is a Bachelor’s degree, a special education credential, and specialized training to prepare for the role. State requirements may differ slightly for certification.

Help students, and yourself, reach their highest potential. Let VocoVision carry you to the pinnacle of professional achievement as a remote teacher of the visually impaired. Make the move today and apply for our TVI jobs!

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An Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.

Remote North Carolina Teacher of the Visually Impaired- Full or Part Time

Remote in Raleigh, NC Schools - Visually Impaired Teacher 2 days ago Quick Apply

We are seeking to hire a Part time Teacher of the Visually Impaired. When you join VocoVision as a virtual TVI, flexibility in your work day is possible. Our virtual teachers of the visually impaired are dedicated to making students flourish in school. Our services will allow students to connect with premier professionals like yourself throughout the country.

What we are looking for:

  • Part-time teacher who can work - 10-12 hours/week during school hours (These hours/times below can be split between 2 teachers) 
  • Monday-Thursday 
    Here is the current schedule of our current TVI teacher is working M-THU: Fridays are early release.

    7:30-8:05 am (35 min) elementary student
    1:50-2:30pm (40 min) elementary student
    11:45-12:30pm (45 min) middle school student
  • Two students: one middle school, one elementary school
  • Job Capabilities can include :
    • Assess the student’s needs and teach specific skills
    • Assist classroom teachers and other staff on how to adapt materials and curriculum to make them accessible for the students, as well as making the school environment more conducive to meeting the child’s needs.
    • Successfully teach braille 
    • Respond to parent questions through a variety of online means. Using video conference technology
    • Observe classroom environments and provide feedback and strategies to teachers.
    • Participate in IEP and other parent meetings to plan for meeting student needs.

VocoVision’s Teachers of the Visually Impaired can access our easy-to-use tools that not only help students, but can train and support family members, educators, and administrators. They are skilled at modifying environments from an online setting just as well as they do onsite.

Job Details:

  • 1099 Independent Contract
  • Guaranteed Hours weekly
  • 100% full remote, all you need is a working device (laptop or PC)
  • Equal Pay for indirect and direct services


  • Masters level degree (Education for the Visually Impaired Students) preffered
  • Requires North Carolina State Teaching Certification in Visually Impaired
  • Has experience teaching students who are blind, going blind, have limited sight, or have another visual impairment

If this position interests you please email your resume to me Kelly Perez at [email protected] or call me directly for more information at 678-367-4912! If I am away I will get back with you within 24-48 hours of your call/voicemail.


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