We are currently looking for blind or visually impaired people to join our Base Supply Store Team. If Interested, please fill out the application form above and sent it into us, either by mail or email.
Working for RLCB
Nathan Southern, Thrift Store Assitant Manager
Nathan joined RLCB in May of 2015 as a store clerk, not long after joining us, Nathan's enthusiasm and hard work paid off, as he was given the position of assistant store manager.
"RLCB has given me, and other visually impaired people the opportunity to show their potential" - Nathan Southern
The RLCB is many things to many people:
Since 1966 RLCB has been a manufacturer/service provider of high quality products and services needed by many organizations both commercial and for the government.
Meaningful employment is more than just a source of income it is a source of pride. We are committed to helping individuals find and retain jobs they value, whether it is employment in the community or employment at RLCB.
We’ve believe in upward mobility at RLCB, from our hourly workers to the boards of directors we remain steadfast in our support of individuals with vision loss as they work toward achieving upward mobility.
We believe that as one success builds on another that a natural progression can and will occur. It’s like a construction worker building a house, with the right tools anything can be done. We provide a solid foundation of skills and our employees run with them. If you are interested in employment at RLCB, please contact us
Here at RLCB we pride ourselves on the excellent working environment and culture that we have developed, but don't just take our word for it! Lets ask some current employees what it's like to work at RLCB.
Judy Moore, Receptionist
Judy joined RLCB in July of 2004, and has worked both as a receptionist and in our manufacturing department.
"Even though I start each day without sight, my years of employment with RLCB have afforded me the opportunity to realize my vision of being self-supportive, gainfully employed in a job that provides me with chances to interact with others and a satisfying feeling of accomplishment knowing that I am employed by a company that recognizes my individual skills and allows me to be a productive and contributing part of the organization."
“This is the most fulfilling job I could imagine; serving our Veterans.” Carl Harris, Senior Operator and Assistant Supervisor - VA Switchboard
“In memory of my father, who was a Veteran; I am very proud to do this job.” Keven Oliver, Operator - VA Switchboard