Career Opportunities

Behaviour Analyst- BCBA -Moncton Office

May 2019

AIS is currently looking to hire a Behaviour Analyst for our Moncton Office,

 

Qualifications and Educational Requirements:

 

The ideal candidate will:

  • Maintains certification with the Behaviour Analyst Certification Board or with their licensing body (if applicable)
  • Meet up to date annual provincial training requirements of the Department and have a completed a criminal record check, vulnerable sector check and Social Development prior contact check within the past five years

This person will demonstrate exceptional abilities to work in a team setting and will demonstrate a high level of professionalism and integrity, adopting and respecting AIS’ mission and values.

 

A minimum of five year experience working in the field of autism spectrum disorder is recommended.

 

Bilingualism (French and English) is an asset.

 

Valid Driver’s license and access to a vehicle as travel is required.

 

Roles and Responsibilities:

 

As a Behaviour Analyst working for AIS, you will be responsible for assessing, designing, monitoring and supervising behavioural interventions for preschool aged children with ASD,

 

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

 

-Conducting a curriculum – based assessment tool (Comprehensive Assessment for Learning and Independence (CALI)) at intake, ongoing assessment, and post intervention assessment

-Creating a Personalized Learning Plan in accordance with the current provincial process

-Supervising and evaluating the competencies of Behavior Consultants and Behaviour Interventionists. The clinical supervisor is responsible for all clients on their clinical team

 

– Demonstrating exceptional clinical skills in the areas of:

  • addressing clients’ needs
  • individualized program writing, implementation and monitoring programs to ensure adequate and timely progress of clientele.
  • experience conducting functional behavior assessments and designing positive behavior support plans
  • implementing and adhering to clinical service delivery policies
  • supervising, training, and evaluating Behavior Interventionists and Behaviour Consultants
  • overseeing and communicating client progress by monitoring, analyzing, and documenting progress
  • training parents
  • communicating with families and other stakeholders/community partners
  • over-seeing successful transitions into schools by preparing and documenting the transition plan.
  • administrative duties relating to scheduling and monthly reports

Salary/Benefits

  • Competitive salary
  • Group medical and dental insurance
  • Life and long term disability insurance
  • Travel expenses
  • Vacation and sick time

Applicants are encouraged to apply by email to: julia.leblanc@ais-cia.ca

Behaviour Consultant Positions

March 2019

AIS is currently accepting resumes for the position of Behaviour Consultant for all regions in New Brunswick.

 

Qualifications and Educational Requirements:

 

The ideal candidate will:

            • Have completed a bachelor’s degree in social sciences, health sciences or education
            • Minimum of five years work experience working as a behaviour interventionist if a bachelor’s degree has been completed in an unrelated field
            • Once hired, complete the provincial Education and Early Childhood Development level 1& level 2 Autism training
            • Have completed a criminal record check, vulnerable sector check and Social Development prior contact check within the past five years
            • Bilingualism (French and English) is mandatory
            • Valid Class 5 Driver’s license and access to a vehicle- as travel is required

           

          This person will demonstrate exceptional abilities to work in a team setting and will demonstrate a high level of professionalism and integrity, adopting and respecting AIS’ mission and values.

           

           

          Roles and Responsibilities:

           

          A behavior consultant develops and manages a child’s program under the direction of a clinical supervisor.  The responsibilities include but are not limited to:

           

        • Assists the clinical supervisor in administering the Comprehensive Assessment for Learning and Independence (CALI) at intake, ongoing assessment, and post intervention assessment
        • Assists the clinical supervisor in creating a Personal Learning Plan (PLP) in accordance with the current provincial process
        • Supervision and performance management of behaviour interventionists
        • Program selection, writing and implementation
        • Implementing and adhering to clinical service delivery policies
        • Supervising, training, and evaluating behavior interventionists
        • Overseeing and communicating client progress by monitoring, analyzing, and documenting
        • Communicating with families and other stakeholders/community partners
        • Modifying programs to ensure adequate and timely progress of clientele
        • Training parents
        • Overseeing successful transitions into schools by preparing, advising, and documenting the transition plan as well as overseeing the successful implementation of the transition plan

       

      Salary/Benefits

        • Competitive salary
        • Group medical and dental insurance
        • Life and long term disability insurance
        • Travel expenses
        • Vacation and sick time

       

      Applicants are encouraged to apply by email by sending resume and cover letter to: info@ais-cia.ca

Behaviour Interventionist Positions

March 2019

AIS is currently accepting resumes for the position of Behaviour Interventionist for all regions in New Brunswick.

 

Roles and Responsibilities:

A Behaviour Interventionist is responsible for working directly with a child to implement behavioural intervention programs that are written to address the personalized learning plan goals. The responsibilities include but are not limited to:

    • Playing and interacting socially with a child to build rapport during the intake process or when beginning to work with a new client
    • Working one on one with preschool aged children with autism implementing individualized evidence based strategies/programs
    • Working in family homes, in early learning centers and/or our agency’s center
    • Administering programs to support the intervention goals
    • Collecting data, summarizing data, and communicating as needed with the supervisor
    • Maintaining compliance with the agency’s policies and procedures
    • Being receptive to feedback and implementing suggestions
    • Demonstrating good work ethic (punctual and good attendance)
    • Demonstrating professionalism and good communication skills
    • Adhering to confidentiality

 

Qualifications and Educational Requirements:

The ideal candidate will:

    • Be at least 18 years of age;
    • Have completed a high school education, preferably with some post- secondary education;
    • Demonstrates a strong desire to work with children with ASD;
    • Once hired, complete the provincial Education and Early Childhood Development level 1 Autism training;
    • Have completed a criminal record check, vulnerable sector check and Social Development prior contact check within the past five years;
    • Have completed or will complete a Workplace First Aide Course;
    • Have a valid Class 5 Driver’s License and access to a vehicle as travel is required
    • Bilingualism (French and English) is an asset.
    • This person will demonstrate exceptional abilities to work in a team setting and will demonstrate a high level of professionalism and integrity, adopting and respecting AIS’ mission and values.Salary/Benefits:
    • Competitive salary offered (starting wage is $15.65 hourly)
    • Group medical and dental insurance after 90 days of employment
    • Life and long term disability insurance
    • Travel expenses
    • Vacation and sick time

Applicants are encouraged to apply by email to: info@ais-cia.ca

Clinical Supervisor Positions

March 2019

Autism Intervention Services is accepting resumes/applications for the position of Clinical Supervisor in all regions of New Brunswick.

Qualifications and Educational Requirements:

A Clinical Supervisor serves as the leader of an intervention team. They oversee the clients’ programs and have the responsibility to supervise other members of the clinical team, to analyze assessment data, intervention outcomes data, and program composition to determine the appropriate course of intervention.

The ideal candidate will:

    • Have a master’s degree in psychology, speech-language pathology, education, occupational therapy, social work and applied behaviour analysis
    • Once hired, show intent to complete the provincial level 1&level 2 Autism Training (a training focused on assessment and reporting tools used in New Brunswick)
    • Maintains certification with the Behaviour Analyst Certification Board or with their licensing body (if applicable)
    • Meet annual provincial training requirements of the Department and have a completed a criminal record check, vulnerable sector check and Social Development prior contact check within the past five years
    • Bilingualism (French and English)
    • Valid Class 5 Driver’s license and access to a vehicle as travel is required.

 

This person will demonstrate exceptional abilities to work in a team setting and will demonstrate a high level of professionalism and integrity, adopting and respecting AIS’ mission and values.

Roles and Responsibilities:

A Clinical Supervisor’s responsibilities include but are not limited to:

      • Conducting a curriculum – based assessment tool (Comprehensive Assessment for Learning and Independence (CALI)) at intake, ongoing assessment, and post intervention assessment;
      • Creating a Personalized Learning Plan (PLP) in accordance with the current provincial process
      • Supervising, training and evaluating the competencies of Behavior Consultants and Behaviour Interventionists.
      • The clinical supervisor is responsible for all clients on their clinical team
        Demonstrating exceptional clinical skills in the areas of:
      • Individualization of program writing, implementation and monitoring programs to ensure adequate and timely progress of clientele.
      • conducting functional behavior assessments and designing positive behavior support plans
      • implementing and adhering to clinical service delivery policies
      • overseeing and communicating client progress by monitoring, analyzing, and documenting
      • training parents
      • communicating with families and other stakeholders/community partners
      • over-seeing transitions into schools by preparing and documenting the transition plan.
      • administrative duties relating to scheduling and monthly reports

     

    Salary/Benefits

    • Competitive salary
    • Group medical/dental/life and long term disability insurance
    • Travel expenses
    • Vacation and sick time

 

Applicants are encouraged to apply by sending a resume to: info@ais-cia.ca