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

Speech Language Pathologist

Occupational Therapist

Psychologist

Instructor Therapist / Thérapeute-Instructeur (London)

Instructor Therapist / Thérapeute-Instructeur (Chatham)


Speech Language Pathologist

We are currently recruiting for a regular, part-time (3.5 days/week) Speech Language Pathologist in Augmentative Communication Service (ACS).  The designated office for this position is London. Travel may be required to provide services in all counties served by ACS.

Responsibilities:

  • Assess clients with face-to-face communication needs and make recommendations and prescriptions which align with clients and families, preferences and needs
  • In collaboration with an ACS Occupational Therapist, assess the specialized access and mounting issues for clients
  • Develop care plans with objectives and strategies in collaboration with clients, families, educators, therapists and others involved in the support of communication development
  • Support and contribute to the development of communication skills for clients requiring the use of adapted and / or alternative methods of communication as outlined in the care plan.
  • Support and facilitate ongoing intervention provided by community therapists, educators and caregivers and build the community’s capacity to support the communication of persons who use AAC.
  • Assist in identifying the need for training and participate in individual and group training opportunities
  • Assist in determining eligibility for ADP funding of communication equipment and authorizing eligible equipment following ADP guidelines.


Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree, or equivalent in Speech-Language Pathology
  • Registration with the College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Ontario
  • Registration as an ADP Individual Authorizer prior to or immediately upon starting position
  • Excellent communication and organizational skills
  • Ability to work both independently and collaboratively in an integrated team environment
  • Experience working with children with physical and/or developmental disabilities or related work experience with people who use augmentative communication
  • Demonstrated knowledge of and experience using tools for collaborative, relationship-centered practices
  • Demonstrated knowledge of and experience with outcome measurement (Goal Attainment Scaling, COPM, etc) is an asset
  • Computer proficiency including MS Office Suite 2010 package of software
  • Current certification in First Aid and CPR
  • Valid Ontario driver’s license and access to a vehicle are required
  • French Language proficiency would be considered an asset

Application deadline: November 2, 2014 


Occupational Therapist

We are currently recruiting for a full time (37.5 hours per week), contract Occupational Therapist in Early Childhood Services. The successful candidate may provide services in Middlesex, Elgin and/or Oxford counties.  The designated office for this position is London.  This position is expected to begin in November 2014 and will end in March 2015.
    
Responsibilities:

  • Provide screenings, assessments, consultation and intervention
  • Plan services as part of a multi-disciplinary team that includes the family, other care providers, volunteers, staff from other agencies and other Centre staff
  • Provide community intervention that is direct or mediated, individual or group and changes as needs and goals change
  • Prepare and support children and families in the transition to school
  • Provide education for clients, families and others
  • Participate in ongoing program development
  • Have knowledge of communities and partners.
  • Participate in planning services as part of a team including care providers, volunteers, staff from other agencies and other Centre staff
  • Provide community and Centre-based intervention  within the LifeNeeds Model of Service
  • Participate in service development and evaluation.
  • Participate in and /or integrate and share current research/literature on disability, family and community development.


Qualifications:

  • Degree in Occupational Therapy 
  • Must be registered with the College of Occupational Therapists
  • Experience with children, youth and families is considered as asset
  • Excellent communication and organizational skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work in a team setting
  • Computer proficiency including MS Office Suite 2010 package of software
  • Valid Ontario driver’s license and access to a car are required
  • Current First Aid and CPR Certification 

Application deadline: October 28, 2014


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.


Instructor Therapist / Thérapeute-Instructeur (London)

We are recruiting for a full-time (37.5 hours per week), contract Instructor Therapist in the London office to provide services in French and English. The catchment area for this position includes London and Elgin, Middlesex & Oxford Counties. 

Responsibilities:
Under clinical supervision provided by TVCC Autism Services, the successful candidates will:

  • Work directly with children with Autism delivering Intensive Behavioural Intervention.
  • Provide IBI services mostly in centre-based environments (i.e., IBI classrooms) and occasionally, in community-based environments and client homes
  • Contribute to treatment planning and prepare treatment material for clients - adhering to evidence-based methods
  • Collect data and participate in the evaluation of the efficacy of teaching
  • Provide information and support to parents and caregivers to implement Behaviour Analytic strategies across environments, when requested
  • Collaborate with a multi-disciplinary team of professionals involved with clients on your caseload

Qualifications:

  • Community college diploma or undergraduate degree in a related field,
  • Autism and Behavioural Sciences Graduate Certificate, or equivalent,
  • Experience working with children with Autism and knowledge of Applied Behaviour Analysis are definite assets
  • Ability to provide services in French and English
  • Advanced to superior oral and written proficiency in French
  • Experience working in a high-energy, fast-paced environment requiring flexibility to adapt to change quickly and easily
  • Strong written and oral communication skills; ability to receive and incorporate feedback; and, advanced self-reflection skills are required
  • Understanding of early childhood development and comfort in appropriately engaging young children at play
  • Strong computer skills including proficiency with MS Office Suite 2010 package of software
  • A valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle
  • Current certification in First Aid and CPR

Application deadline: This position will remain open until filled.


Instructor Therapist / Thérapeute-Instructeur (Chatham)

We are recruiting for a full-time (37.5 hours per week), contract Instructor Therapist in the Chatham office to provide services in French and English. The catchment area for this position includes Lambton and Chatham-Kent Counties.

Responsibilities:
Under clinical supervision provided by TVCC Autism Services, the successful candidates will:

  • Work directly with children with Autism delivering Intensive Behavioural Intervention.
  • Provide IBI services mostly in centre-based environments (i.e., IBI classrooms) and occasionally, in community-based environments and client homes
  • Contribute to treatment planning and prepare treatment material for clients - adhering to evidence-based methods
  • Collect data and participate in the evaluation of the efficacy of teaching
  • Provide information and support to parents and caregivers to implement Behaviour Analytic strategies across environments, when requested
  • Collaborate with a multi-disciplinary team of professionals involved with clients on your caseload

Qualifications:

  • Community college diploma or undergraduate degree in a related field,
  • Autism and Behavioural Sciences Graduate Certificate, or equivalent,
  • xperience working with children with Autism and knowledge of Applied Behaviour Analysis are definite assets
  • Ability to provide services in French and English
  • Advanced to superior oral and written proficiency in French
  • Experience working in a high-energy, fast-paced environment requiring flexibility to adapt to change quickly and easily
  • Strong written and oral communication skills; ability to receive and incorporate feedback; and, advanced self-reflection skills are required
  • Understanding of early childhood development and comfort in appropriately engaging young children at play
  • Strong computer skills including proficiency with MS Office Suite 2010 package of software
  • A valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle
  • Current certification in First Aid and CPR

Application deadline: This position will remain open until filled. 


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Last Updated ( Friday, 24 October 2014 )