At the Delta Gamma Center, we are always in search of energetic and talented individuals committed to helping children and adults who are blind or visually impaired. We provide a combination of early intervention, youth programs, and support for the entire family that helps build a solid foundation for learning. The Delta Gamma Center embraces diversity in ability, thought, culture and belief. We provide equal education and employment opportunities. We value the unique talents and contributions of all our students and staff.


Current Openings

Instructions for applying for a position can be found the end of the job description.


Family Support Specialist – Full-time

Family Support Specialist Job Description


Child Development Specialist – Full-time

Child Development Specialist Job Description


Vision Screener – Part-time

Vision Screener Job Description


Youth Group Facilitator – Part-time

Youth Group Facilitator Job Description and Link to Apply


Teacher of Students with Visual Impairments – Full-time and PRN

TVI Job Description and Link to Apply


Orientation and Mobility Specialist – PRN

O&M Job Description and Link to Apply


Occupational Therapist – PRN

OT Job Description and Link to Apply


Speech-Language Pathologist – PRN

SLP Job Description and Link to Apply


About the Delta Gamma Center
The mission of the Delta Gamma Center (DGC) is to help children who are blind or visually impaired reach their full potential through family-centered, specialized services and community support.

DGC is a private nonprofit organization located in Richmond Heights, in the central corridor of St. Louis, Missouri, serving families within a 50-mile radius.

Founded in 1951, DGC provides comprehensive home and community-based early intervention services for children from birth to three years of age and their families. Our teachers and therapists address the complex needs of our clients through a team-based, holistic approach.

Children ages three through high school participate in our group recreation and developmental support programs, designed to develop social and independence skills and participate in community activities. In addition, families of children of all ages find reassurance and valuable resources through individual and group family support services.