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Jobs at Autism Ontario
Make a difference in the lives of individuals with ASD and their families.
Discover the exciting opportunities to work with Autism communities across the province.
Autism Ontario is looking for
Accounts Payable Coordinator.
Working with a wide range of professionals and volunteers, to competently coordinate and implement Autism Ontario’s Accounts Payable requirements by processing cheque requests and maintaining accounts payable sub-ledger.
Based out of Autism Ontario’s Provincial Office in Toronto (Liberty Village at King and Dufferin)
22.5 hours per week (0.6 FTE) including some evenings and weekends as necessary
October 1, 2016
Verify and process all invoices and cheque requests for payment
Issue Accounts Payable cheques semi-monthly and other cheques as required
Ensure account coding and documentation submitted is accurate and complete
Adhere to Autism Ontario’s posted schedule for timely processing of cheque requests
Communicate effectively with individuals submitting payment requests to resolve incomplete documentation for timely processing
Respond to inquiries from suppliers, staff and volunteers regarding status of payments pending
Maintain Accounts Payable sub-ledger using current accounting software platform (Simply Accounting and/or Financial Edge)
Maintain Accounts Payable files of paid invoices
Provide back-up support to Gift/Membership Administrator position
Report to Finance Director and assist with various other tasks as required
Prepare financial reports or statements required for external organizations such as charitable gaming
Skills and Qualifications:
Accounting skills with a high degree of accuracy in a range of data entry
Ability to work in a confidential and sensitive manner
Ability to take initiative and work effectively in a busy and changing team environment
Demonstrated computer skills, including proficiency in the use of MS Office, Excel, MS Outlook
Experience required in Accounts Payable, preferably in the not-for-profit sector
Experience using Simply Accounting and Financial Edge software is preferred
Experience with record keeping processes for tracking grant revenue and expense are required
Bilingualism (French/English) and knowledge of ASD considered an asset
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Jobs in Autism
provides behaviour intervention therapy to children (ages 2-14) with ASD and other exceptionalities. They are currently seeking two Instructor Therapists to work part time, providing centre and home based therapies to the children we service. We currently have 2 part time positions for Instructor Therapists working one on one with children in centre based as well as in-home settings.
The Instructor Therapist will report to the Senior Therapist, and is responsible for providing therapy interventions using ABA/IBI principles following written programs as directed by ST, program director and/or psychologist. The ideal candidate will possess knowledge of ABA/IBI principles in implementing programming objectives and 2-4 years direct experience working with children with exceptionalities.
University Degree with a Behavioural Science College diploma in a related field
experience working with children with disabilities including ASD
must be able to work as a team player
understand augmentative communication devices and PECS
experience working with children with exceptionalities, preferably ASD,
knowledge of a variety of therapies including DTT, NET, ITT, etc.
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