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Master level education related to Applied Behavioural Analysis.
Registered as a Board-Certified Applied Behaviour Analysis (BCABA).
Demonstrated experience as a BCBA in mental health/developmental services or related setting.
Able to take on Junior Behaviour Consultants for supervision and mentoring.
In person clinic overlaps
Enrolled in undergraduate degree.
Well-developed interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills, especially about data collection and reporting.
Strong organizational and time management skills.
Ability to take direction and to follow planned programs.
Physically able to carry out the duties of the position.
Master level education in speech-language pathology
Certified by the College of Speech and Hearing Health Professionals in British Columbia
Commit to at least 20 hours a week
At least 2 years work experience in Canada
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Strong skills to develop and manage a team of professionals
Highly organized and detail-oriented
Understanding of applicable laws, regulations, and policies, like Autism Funding Unit
A Play Attendant at an after-school care program is responsible for creating a safe and enjoyable environment for children to engage in recreational activities and play. They should be attentive, caring, and skilled in supervising and organizing various play-based activities.
Education: High school diploma, ECE, ECEA, and/or RA
Experience: Prior experience working with children in a childcare, school, or recreational setting is preferred. Experience in planning and organizing recreational activities for children is a plus.
Criminal check, CPR and First Aid Certification: Possess a valid CPR and First Aid certification. If not currently certified, the ability and willingness to complete the certification promptly.
Patience and Empathy: Demonstrated patience and empathy when working with children, including those with diverse backgrounds and needs.
Organizational Skills: Ability to plan and execute age-appropriate recreational activities and maintain a structured, yet fun, environment. With the willingness to adapt to changing situations and the needs of the children in the program.