[nfbmi-talk] job opening mcb director
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Thu Apr 15 15:17:19 UTC 2010
Job Notice: Michigan Department of Energy, Labor, and Economic Growth
--Michigan Commission for the Blind Director
Director, Michigan Commission for the Blind
We are pleased to announce an opening in the state of Michigan. The position is that of Director of the Michigan Commission for the Blind.
It is important to note that no college degree for this position is required. Basic qualifications do include, however:
-Demonstrated abilities to violate every aspect of the Workforce Investment Act, including, but not exclusive of the Civil Rights Provisions of Title V
-Ability to over time to violate Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990
-Demonstrable ability to violate the Michigan Open Meetings Act, the Freedom of Information Act and all applicable state laws including Public Act 260
-Ability to intimidate, retaliate and otherwise badger skilled personnell as well as consumers of MCB services
-Ability to reward those staff who routinely violate consumer rights by promotion
-Ability to manipulate and otherwise control the autonomous Board of Commissioners
-Ability to aid and abet institutions statewide that routinely violate the “due process” rights of people who are blind including those engaged in the Business Enterprise Program
It is also a very important requirement that this Director will ensure that all facilities housing or otherwise utilized by MCB are as non-compliant as feasible to not only people who are blind, but to all people with disabilities.
Oh, yes and it doesn’t hurt if this Director can throw a mean curve ball either.
The Michigan Commission for the Blind and the Department of Energy, Labor, and Economic Growth are equal opportunity offenders. This is a notice that we discriminate against all regardless as to race, color, creed, ethnic origin, religion, gender or (most especially disability)…
Qualified applicants with any direct experience in the rehabilitation of the blind need not apply. No applicant who has a working knowledge of Braille will be considered for this position.
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