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The sole mission of LCI is to provide meaningful employment for the blind and visually impaired. We are one of the largest employers of Americans who are blind, and an industry leader in paving the way for BVI individuals in the workplace through skills training and expanded opportunities.

IF THAT’S A MISSION YOU CAN GET BEHIND – AND YOU’RE HIGHLY MOTIVATED AND ENTHUSIASTIC – CONSIDER JOINING US.

WORKING AT LCI

When you work at LCI, you fuel our mission. You’ll help us explore untapped markets and find creative quality of life improvements for workers who are blind. Thanks to our diverse business lines, you’ll always find new challenges. You’ll supply companies that protect and build America. You’ll be surrounded by unique, passionate people who rally around our mission.

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WHY LCI?

  • Purpose-driven company driven by principles, not profit
  • Reach your highest potential: upward mobility, rewarded through hard work
  • Competitive salary and compensation
  • 401(k), Pension, and Profit-Sharing Plans
  • Health, Dental, and Vision Insurance
  • Paid Holidays, Vacation and Sick Leave
  • On-site Health and Wellness program
  • Paid Relocation Opportunities

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LCI employees walking with a seeing eye dog throughout the manufacturing facility
LCI Employees working together
LCI Tech employee and her hands typing

JOB SPOTLIGHT

ASSEMBLER, GENERAL

Assembles metal or plastic products, partially or completely, working at bench or on production floor by performing the following duties. Position parts according to knowledge of unit being assembled. Fasten parts together with bolts, screws, speed clips, rivets, or other…
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Sandra Romkey

LCI is integrated and competitive. [We] offer great benefits, upward mobility, and training – there is no reason why anybody in our company who is blind or visually impaired cannot do a job that a sighted person can do. When someone starts in a new position, we ask: what platforms are they going to use? Are they comfortable? What kind of accessibility equipment may this person need? We want to make sure [we’re] setting that person up for success.

Sandra Romkey

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