Your Career at LVS

Do you see yourself making your next career move to LVS? Find out if we’re the right fit for you!

Lions Vision Services (LVS) was created by the Lions Clubs of South Carolina in 1969 and exists today to empower the under-served blind and visually impaired in South Carolina to live safe, meaningful, and fulfilling lives.

We are an organization pursuing rapid and sustained growth to meet the burgeoning and urgent demand for vision health services in South Carolina. You can become an important part of our team while working to end blindness in poverty in our state.

Our core values are empathy, community, growth, accountability, and curiosity. You should read our definitions of these values on our website before applying to gain a better understanding of our culture.

Currently LVS is headquartered in Columbia, South Carolina. While we intend to make every effort to provide a flexible and accommodating work schedule, some positions need to be predominantly based in the Columbia office during normal business hours (9:00am – 5:00pm). Please check the flexibility listed in each job listing.

LVS is an equal employment opportunity employer.

Job Openings

Program Director

The Program Director (PD) is responsible for overall management and impact of the flagship eyecare program at Lions Vision Services: the Affordable Eye Surgery Program.

The PD works extensively with the LVS eyecare provider partner network, regularly traveling the state to engage with partners, expand the network, and ensure partner satisfaction with program operations. Key program functions include: organizing outreach events (especially in areas historically under-served by LVS programs), answering inquiries, sending client applications, vetting and verifying client applications, maintenance of the client moves-management system and client database, coordination of program funding streams with the development department, negotiating fee agreements, facilitating client scheduling, capturing client and provider testimonials and success stories, managing post-service follow up, processing program payments, and assisting development staff with funder reports.

Key Qualifications:

  • Minimum of 5 years of nonprofit or healthcare administration experience.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Bilingual proficiency in Spanish.


  • The PD position has a starting salary of $50,000/year and is a full-time salaried exempt position, paid bimonthly on the 15th and the last business day of every month.
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