As an Instructor Therapist, you will be implementing intensive behaviour intervention (IBI), based on the principles of applied behaviour analysis (ABA).
You will be required to work with individuals with autism between the ages of 3-18 years of age, either one- on- one or in a group setting.
You will be responsible for delivering direct service, preparing teaching materials, monitoring the learner’s progress through data collection, participating in treatment planning, attending weekly team meetings, and liaising with parents.
Provide direct intensive behavioural intervention service to children in a variety of settings.
Recording, charting and evaluating data to allow the child’s progress to be monitored on a consistent and regular basis.
Writing and implementing behaviour protocols, progress notes and reports.
One to two years of IBI experience would be an asset.
A degree in psychology or a related field or a diploma in a behavioural science program would be an asset.
The ability to fluently speak French language an asset.
Candidate must have a valid Ontario driver’s license, a vehicle and be willing to travel throughout York Region, and Simcoe County.
Candidates must be willing to participate in and successfully complete a comprehensive training program.
Proven attendance record.
Demonstrates understanding and complies with patient and staff safety policies and procedures that foster a safe and inclusive environment for all.
Ability to perform the essential duties of the job.
Effectively uses empathy in interactions with others.
Demonstrates behaviours consistent with Mackenzie Health’s Commitment to Caring.
Models behaviour that is aligned with the values of Mackenzie Health Excellence, Leadership and Empathy.
Commitment to providing an exceptional experience for staff and clients within a challenging and exciting health care environment.
Mackenzie Health is an inclusive and equal opportunity employer committed to providing accommodations for applicants upon request at any stage of the recruitment process in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) and the Ontario Human Rights Code.