At , we empower growth and inspire change and we’re looking for people to join our team who want to do the same. If this sounds like you, read on.
We’d love to have you on our team!
As a Behaviour Technician for our Special Needs therapeutic program located in North Vancouver , you will have the opportunity to be a part of a team that provides support, care, and mentorship to youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and special needs.
This line is 40 hours / week, Sunday-Thursday, 3pm-11pm shifts.
You will lead the therapeutic home team’s implementation of client specific behaviour support and safety plans. This is a unique and key leadership role that coordinates with the clinical team to develop treatment plans for the client and will provide role modeling, training, clinical direction and facilitate skill development for the front line team as they master best practice in each domain of the Behaviour Support Plan.
You will oversee the collection of data, ABC charts and support the team in making adjustments to treatment approaches to ensure client success.
The Behaviour Technician attends integrated case management meetings to present on client’s needs, data and progress.
Related post-secondary education, training, and be willing to complete additional training through Hollyburn
Minimum 2 years of experience working with youth with autism and behavioural challenges
Clinical knowledge / experience (Hollyburn-specific Behavior Technician training will be provided upon hire)
Ability to take leadership in implementing new programs recommended by the Clinical team
Knowledgeable about various communication methods e.g. PECS, iPad apps, etc. and able to create visuals when necessary
Effective crisis management skills
Clear, direct and sensitive verbal and written communication skills
Ability to pass a Criminal Record Check and Ministry of Children and Family Development consolidated check
Minimum Class 7N BC Driver's License (Class 5 preferred) and acceptable driving record
Proof of COVID-19 double vaccination record or exemption from the provincial health authority
A sample of what you’ll be doing () :
Assisting the Program Supervisor in maintaining client files
Working with the Clinical Management team to support client intakes, transitions, and discharges from programs
Monitoring and overseeing data collection and tracking
Taking a leadership role in implementing client behaviour support and safety plans
Providing coaching to fellow team members and help them develop appropriate skills to achieve successful outcome with clients
Salary : $24.00-$26.50 / hour plus benefits
Because we know our team is our heart and our most important asset, we are excited to offer :
Hands-on, extensive, and continuous training
Professional development and advancement within our ever growing organization
100% employer premium paid extended health, dental, vision care, and life insurance for you and your dependents
Paid vacation, wellness days and sick days
Group RRSP matching of up to 6% of gross salary
Tuition reimbursement and subsidies for professional development (e.g. conferences, seminars, courses)
Pet-friendly work environment