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We are currently recruiting for the following position(s):

Physiotherapist (part-time)

Physiotherapist

Psychometrist

Communications and Digital Media Technician

Psychologist


Physiotherapist

We are currently recruiting for a regular part-time Physiotherapist with the Acute Paediatric Rehabilitation Service in the Children’s Hospital of Western Ontario.  The position is for 15 hours per week, to be worked over 4 days per week. Availability to work occasional Saturdays would be preferred.

Responsibilities:

  • Assessment and intervention of children with a variety of acute medical conditions, including Orthopaedics and Oncology;
  • Provision of education to caregivers and hospital staff;
  • Assistance with the coordination of ongoing client service needs post discharge;
  • Potential fabrication of splints for lower extremity.
Qualifications:
  • A degree in Physiotherapy from a recognized university;
  • Membership in the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario;
  • Experience in an acute hospital setting preferred;
  • Excellent communication and time management skills;
  • Strong interpersonal communication skills and demonstrated ability to work collaboratively on a multidisciplinary team;
  • Current certification in First Aid and CPR;
  • Computer proficiency including MS Office Suite 2010 package of software.

Application deadline: February 4, 2015 


Physiotherapist

We are currently recruiting for a regular, full time (37.5 hours per week) Physiotherapist to work in the Paediatric Chronic Pain Clinic at Children’s Hospital of Western Ontario.   This is a new position for the Acute Paediatric Rehabilitation Services team at TVCC and will be part of the clinical services agreement between TVCC and Children’s Hospital.  

Responsibilities:

  • Assess and provide intervention for children and adolescents with chronic pain within a multidisciplinary team. Service will be offered through individual P.T. sessions and as part of a multidisciplinary clinic.  
  • Assist with the coordination of client service needs;
  • Provide education to children and adolescents and their caregivers in an individual and group format;
  • Develop and implement discharge/follow up plans in collaboration with the family, pain team and medical/community providers;
  • Provide education to community partners, school personnel and hospital staff;
  • Consult and collaborate with health care professionals, students, families, policy makers and community organizations to advocate for services for children with chronic pain;
  • Participate in program development, evaluation, and paediatric chronic pain research
Qualifications:
  • A degree in Physiotherapy from a recognized university;
  • Membership in the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario;
  • A minimum of two years of work experience in a hospital or clinic setting;
  • Experience working on a multidisciplinary chronic pain management team and/or addressing the physiotherapy related needs of individuals experiencing chronic pain;
  • Paediatric physiotherapy experience preferred;
  • Experience providing group education;
  • Demonstrated ability to use evidence-based treatment approaches;
  • Excellent time management skills and ability to work independently;
  • Strong interpersonal communication skills and demonstrated ability to work collaboratively on a multidisciplinary team;
  • Demonstrated ability to manage and prioritize multiple demands efficiently and effectively to meet deadlines;
  • Demonstrated knowledge and ability to conduct /participate in program evaluation and  research;
  • Computer proficiency including MS Office Suite 2010 package of software.
  • Current certification in First Aid and CPR.

Application deadline: February 4, 2015 


 Psychometrist

We are seeking a full time (37.5 hours/week), regular Psychometrist for Autism Services at TVCC.  The Psychometrist will work as an integral member of the Clinical Team conducting a variety of psychometric assessments on children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. The successful candidate will work from the London office and regular travel will be required within Southwestern Ontario, including some overnight travel.

Responsibilities:
Under the clinical supervision of the Clinical Director, the Psychometrist will:

  • Conduct regular Psychological assessments on children with ASD to assess cognitive, adaptive, behavioral or other developmental aspects for children being considered for eligibility into Intensive Behaviour Intervention and those receiving treatment in Autism Services
  • Analyze test results and complete reports in a timely manner with high accuracy
  • Share results with parents and caregivers and clinical team members in a caring and supportive fashion

Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree in Psychology from a recognized university. We will also consider a Psychological Associate who is registered with the College of Psychologists of Ontario for this position.
  • A minimum of 2 years of supervised psychometric practice preferably in a clinical or outpatient setting or educational program
  • Familiarity with the autism rating (CARS, DSM), adaptive (Vineland) and various cognitive measures (WPPSI-IV, Mullen Scales, SB5) is an asset
  • Experience in testing children with Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • Advanced knowledge of child development and the impact of autism on the development of behavioural, communication and social skills in children with autism
  • Highly developed interpersonal and communication skills
  • Works well as part of multi-disciplinary team
  • Flexible, self-motivated, mature consistent approach
  • Good computer skills; familiar with the MS Office Suite 2010 package of programs, especially Word and Excel
  • Possess a valid Ontario driver’s license and have access to a vehicle
  • Current certification in First Aid and CPR
  • Proficiency in the French language would be considered an asset

Application deadline: This position will remain open until filled.


 Communications and Digital Media Technician

We have an immediate opening for a regular Communications and Digital Media Technician to work 30 hours per week in Communication, Education and Technology (CET). 

Responsibilities:

  • Provide support and consultation to staff regarding media development including (but not limited to) video, PowerPoint and similar presentations, large-display posters and banners, e-presentations/modules, and similar items;
  • Develop “how – to” handouts & demonstration materials related to the production of presentations, video clips, e-modules, etc.
  • In conjunction with the Computer Support Technicians, provide support and consultation regarding use of audio-visual equipment;
  • Develop communications copy for web and print production (under the guidance of the Manager and Director, CET);
  • Support the development of new website content within the defined structure of the TVCC website (currently under development);
  • Provide editorial support for a weekly staff and monthly family newsletter;
  • Provide guidance and support in the implementation of the TVCC Brand and Style Guide;
  • Other projects as assigned.

Qualifications:

  • University or College diploma in Corporate Communications, Public Relations or Digital Media Studies;
  • Working knowledge of internet technologies and web design principles and standards including demonstrated skill with HTML 4.01, and HTML 5.0 and CSS (knowledge / experience with Drupal is considered an asset); 
  • Demonstrated ability to support and facilitate video capture and processing;
  • Proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite (especially: Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, & Dreamweaver) as well as proficiency with Adobe Captivate;
  • Strong operational skills in Microsoft Office Suite (at least 2010);
  • Demonstrated knowledge of print production processes and colour systems;
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills with an ability to explain complex technology and concepts using simple language;
  • Strong organizational skills and an ability to work well in an environment that involves competing demands/priorities, frequent interruptions and changing deadlines;
  • Demonstrated ability to work both independently and collaboratively in an integrated team environment;
  • Valid Ontario driver’s license and access to a vehicle are required.

 Application deadline: This position will remain open until filled.


Psychologist

We are seeking a regular, full-time (37.5 hours per week) Psychologist in Autism Services. The Psychologist will work as an integral member of the clinical team providing consultation and clinical supervision of staff, and on-going review and evaluation of treatment programs within the Intensive Behaviour Intervention program and ABA-based services and supports for children and youth with ASD. The successful candidate will work from the London office and regular travel will be required within Southwestern Ontario.

Responsibilities:
Under the supervision of the Director and the clinical supervision of the Clinical Director, the Psychologist will:

  • Provide consultation and clinical supervision to Clinical Supervisors, ASD Community Consultants and Senior Therapists
  • Conduct clinical case reviews by reviewing all information related to client progress (e.g., IBI treatment programs, cumulative data, clinical documentation, assessments and parent reports)
  • Participate in Behavioural Assessment and Behaviour Support Plan development and client consultations
  • Provide clinical reviews of clients receiving services through the Direct Funding Option and make recommendations for continuation of service
  • Provide clinical supervision of psychometric assessment team in relation to program based assessments in IBI and supervision
  • May be required to conduct regular adaptive and cognitive assessments to assess on-going progress before, during and after treatment
  • Provide strengths-based consultation with families, therapists, community providers, daycares, and schools to collaboratively develop strategies for successful learning
  • Participate on agency and community planning committees
  • Participate in staff clinical training initiatives

Qualifications:

  • Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from a recognized University
  • Registered (or eligible for registration) with the College of Psychologists of Ontario
  • A minimum of 2 years clinical experience preferably in Applied Behaviour Analysis and Intensive Behaviour Intervention
  • Knowledge of a variety of psychological assessment measures (cognitive, adaptive, behavioural) and curriculums (VB-MAPP)
  • Advanced knowledge of child development and the impact of autism on the development of behavioural, communication and social skills in children with autism
  • Highly developed interpersonal skills, including written and oral communication
  • Flexible, self-motivated, mature consistent approach
  • Possess a valid Ontario driver’s license and have access to a vehicle
  • Good computer skills; familiar with the MS Office Suite 2010 package of programs, especially Word and Excel
  • Proficiency in the French language would be considered an asset

Application deadline: This position will remain open until filled.


Last Updated ( Thursday, 29 January 2015 )