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Working with the Lighthouse of Broward


The Lighthouse of Broward is the only full-service 501(c)3 serving people with visual impairments in Broward County, Florida.  We reach over 2,500 people who are blind or visually impaired in our community annually.  We are recognized by Charity Navigator and GuideStar as having the highest ratings, showing our dedication to our mission. We take a collaborative approach, combining our knowledge and resources to help our clients toward their goals of independence, employment, and/or educational success. The Lighthouse is seeking qualified applicants to join our team of dedicated and passionate staff. See our openings below, and please reach out with your résumé. 


The Lighthouse of Broward offers various benefits, including:

  • Competitive salaries
  • Health insurance at little or no cost
  • Life Insurance
  • Paid Holidays
  • Above-average paid time off
  • Short/Long term disability
  • Retirement Plan

Capital Campaign Coordinator

The Capital Campaign Coordinator executes administrative support of capital campaign initiatives, internal events, major giving, and third-party events for the Lighthouse of Broward for the Blind & Visually Impaired (LHOB). The Coordinator applies exceptional organizational and database management skills to ensure details are captured accurately for all activities. Interacting with donors and volunteers respectfully and professionally in person, by phone, and in writing are regular expectations. The coordinator works closely with all LHOB staff to execute the operational and strategic plans of the Capital Campaign Committee and is a team player with a donor centric approach.

Interested applicants, please send your resume to Jillian Gonzalez

Orientation and Mobility Specialist

Provides sequential instruction to individuals with visual impairment in the use of their remaining senses to determine their position within the environment and in techniques for safe movement from one place to another.  Clients may or may not have additional handicapping conditions.  Clients may be of any age.

Interested applicants, please send your resume to Jillian Gonzalez

Teacher of the Visually Impaired

Coordinates activities for Youth Programs Birth to 22, to ensure that participants are provided quality, individualized services to attain goals and objectives consistent with the mission of the Lighthouse of Broward by performing the following duties personally or through team members. 

Interested applicants, please send your resume to Jillian Gonzalez

For additional employment inquiries, please contact Ellyn Drotzer.
The Lighthouse of Broward is a drug-free workplace and an equal opportunity employer.