Synopsis: The IRS has set-aside forms and publications order operator jobs to be filled by persons with disabilities who need to work from their homes.
National Telecommuting Institute (NTI) is a unique educational/job-matching organization pioneering the development of telework jobs for Americans with disabilities.
NTI was incorporated as a nonprofit disability organization in Boston in 1995. NTI grew out of the efforts of a small group of rehabilitation professionals searching for strategies to help the large number of talented and motivated individuals with disabilities who strongly prefer or require home-based work.
NTI is a prime contractor on contracts from federal agencies such as the IRS and the Department of Veterans Affairs. Using special set-aside legislation for people with disabilities, NTI has hired hundreds of home-based Americans who now answer calls and take orders for the IRS Forms and Publications Order Line or who perform medical transcription work for Veterans Administration hospitals.
The IRS has set-aside forms and publications order operator jobs to be filled by persons with disabilities who need to work from their homes.
National Telecommuting Institute, Inc. connects Americans with disabilities to employers willing to hire employees and contractors for home-based assignments. The database is small, but it's proven to be a smart resource for many workers. They may also be able to refer you to other resources as well.
Job opportunities for home-based disabled workers is expected to grow over the next five years as new computer technology becomes available, and more affordable, they say this model could be replicated, giving disabled workers around the world a chance to be productive and independent.