Careers - Geneva Centre for Autism

Behaviour Consultant-Contract

Reporting to the Clinical Supervisor and in collaboration with other multi-disciplinary team members, the Behaviour Consultant conducts Functional Behaviour Assessments, designs effective behaviour intervention plans, and conducts analysis of behavioural data for clients with an ASD and/or dual diagnosis and their families, caregivers and educators. 

Behaviour Consultants

The Geneva Centre for Autism is currently hiring Behaviour Consultants (full-time, permanent and contract) to support the community-based Urgent Response Services (URS) Program.  URS is a new service offered within the Ontario Autism Program that provides timely and time-limited services to address a specific need designed to prevent further risk escalation to self (children and youth), others, and/or property.  

Digital Media and Content Specialist

Are you ready to flex your creativity and experience in digital communications to empower individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and their families to fully participate in their communities? Do you bring knowledge of the latest digital technologies and social media trends? If so, we encourage you to apply. 

Group Services Workers –Summer Camp:

Reporting to the Supervisor, Group Services Workers work directly with children, youth and adults with Autism in group/camp settings assisting to develop communication, social and life skills.
 

Instructor Therapists

Reporting to the Clinical Supervisor, The Instructor Therapist is responsible for working directly with children with ASD and their families in the provision of an IBI service to include but not limited to, conducting assessments, writing, implementing, and monitoring behaviour plans, data collection and display, as well as training and supporting caregivers.  

Intake Administrator

We are currently seeking an Intake Administrator to support the community-based Urgent Response Service Program. This team will support children/youth with Autism and their families with an identified urgent need to prevent further escalation of risk or harm to a child or youth, other people or property based on the identification of key high-risk factors.

Junior Instructor Therapists

Reporting to the Clinical Supervisor, The Junior Instructor Therapist is responsible for working directly with children with ASD and their families in the provision of an ABA program to include but not limited to, following behaviour plans, data collection and display, and preparation of program materials.

Respite Coordinator

We are currently seeking Respite Coordinators to support the community-based Urgent Response Service Program. This team will support children/youth with Autism and their families with an identified urgent need to prevent further escalation of risk or harm to a child or youth, other people or property based on the identification of key high-risk factors.