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Telecommunications for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing is Hiring

Telecommunications for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (TDI) is seeking to hire for the position: Product Manager, Speech-to-Text Captioning Project. TDI is seeking a talented and versatile professional for the position of Product Manager for its soon-to-be developed, Speech-to-Text Captioning/Caption Correction, a two-year long grant project.  Responsibilities include: surveying, accessing, preparing forecasts and analyses, planning, introducing, and marketing/developing the new product while maintaining professional and technical knowledge. Qualifications: Master’s degree is preferred, 3 years job related work experience, knowledge of technology, knowledge of disability access, successful experience in grant writing and project management, and a proven network of contacts and relationships with community leaders and service providers. For more information visit the TDI Website. The salary range for this position is $70,000-$85,000, depending on education and experience.  TDI is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. All applicants must submit a cover letter and resume electronically, which includes a list of at least three professional references and compensation requirements via email to TDI Executive Director Claude Stout at cstout@tdiforaccess.org.  APPLICATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED BY 5 P.M. ON OR BEFORE THE CLOSE OF DAY, May 25, 2016.

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