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DRVT provides information to people regarding their rights, such as this booklet, as well as outreach and education activities intended to assist people with their self-advocacy efforts.


Employment Opportunities

DRVT seeks an Intake Specialist - New

Disability Rights Vermont, our state’s non-profit Protection & Advocacy system, is seeking a skilled, responsible Intake Specialist. The position includes fielding client calls, providing a full range of Information & Referral services, and connecting clients with DRVT services. Work on other disability-related projects is also included.

Applicant must have excellent communication, computer, and organizational skills. Ability to work respectfully with a full range of clients is a must and experience with disability is a plus. College graduate preferred, paralegal training an asset. DRVT is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Please send a letter of interest, résumé, and three references to

Ed Paquin, Executive Director

DRVT, 141 Main St., Suite 7, Montpelier, VT 05602

or email to Ed@DisabilityRightsVt.org


Communication Specialists -- Part Time

Candidates will be trained to assist individuals with disabilities that impact communication in court and administrative proceedings. Must have a flexible schedule.

The Vermont Communication Support Project is a statewide project that provides Communication Specialists who can assist people with disabilities in Court and administrative hearings. These accommodations assist in addressing challenges and barriers to effective communication caused by disability. The Communication Specialist is not an advocate, and does not offer legal advice.  Read more about the project

 Request more info for either opportunity by September 10

csp@disabilityrightsvt.org