Careers

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Working at Autism Ontario means being part of a unique work culture that revolves around something we all believe in – ensuring individuals with ASD are provided with the means to achieve quality of life as a respected member of society. A career at Autism Ontario means supporting individuals with ASD to build meaningful connections in their community through education, advocacy and awareness.
 
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Intake Specialist - Maternity Leave Position

JOB DESCRIPTION

Title:                      Intake Specialist - Maternity Leave Position

Salary:                   $58,000 - $63,000 per year

Hours:                   37.5 hours per week including some evenings and weekends

Location:              Autism Ontario Provincial Office - Toronto (Liberty Village)

Contract Term:    1 year, October 2019 - October 2020

Job Summary:

Reporting to the Community Events and Resources Manager, the Intake Specialist is responsible for the ongoing oversight of Autism Ontario’s Service Navigation intake process. As a member of Autism Ontario’s leadership team, the intake specialist will participate in, and contribute to, the development, implementation, operation and evaluation of the service navigation program. They will use their experience and expertise in the principles of social justice, equity, inclusion and cultural competency to ensure that a person directed philosophy and approach is maintained, enhanced and integrated into the development, provision and support of Autism Ontario’s programs and services.

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Director of the Ontario Autism Program (OAP) Provider List

JOB DESCRIPTION

Title:                      Director of the Ontario Autism Program (OAP) Provider List

Location:               Autism Ontario Provincial Office – Liberty Village,Toronto

Salary Range:       $80,000 - $90,000 per year,

Hours:                   37.5 hours (1.0 FTE)

Duration:              Approximately 2 ½ Year Contract (possibility of renewal)

Job Summary:

Working closely with Autism Ontario staff and the OAP Provider List Advisory Panel, the Director of the OAP Provider List will be responsible for the development and maintenance of the OAP Provider List, an online, publicly accessible database of professionals who are qualified to clinically supervise behavioural services to Ontario children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). The successful candidate will also be responsible for collaborating on communications and materials development related to the program and outreach to caregivers and professionals.

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Service Navigator – Transition Specialist

JOB DESCRIPTION

Title:                      Service Navigator - Transition Specialist

Location:               Toronto

Salary Range:       $57,000 - $63,000 per year (Prorated: $28,500 – $31,500)

Hours:                    18.75 hours/week (0.5 FTE) including some evenings

Job Summary:

During a time of transition and significant program changes, parents/caregivers will require support to understand their options in the new Ontario Autism Program (OAP), and their changed role as system navigators and employers. Autism Ontario will play a key role in offering direct support to families who are accessing or interested in accessing the new program through workshops, training sessions, and individualized support. The focus of these family supports (Service Navigators) will be on providing information about and orientation to the OAP. This position is dynamic in nature and will require leaders who demonstrate creativity and are collaborative, solution-focused, and flexible.

The Transition Specialist works collaboratively with Service Navigators to coordinate and successfully deliver events across the province for youth ages 14+ and their families. This role will engage with secondary schools and community agencies serving youth to support the involvement of students in the creation of their own transition plans.

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Service Navigator - School Support Specialist

JOB DESCRIPTION

Title:                      Service Navigator - School Support Specialist

Location:               Toronto

Salary Range:       $57,000 - $63,000 per year (Prorated: $28,500 – $31,500)

Hours:                    18.75 hours/week (0.5 FTE) including some evenings, weekends

Job Summary:

During a time of transition and significant program changes, parents/caregivers will require support to understand their options in the new Ontario Autism Program (OAP), and their changed role as system navigators and employers. Autism Ontario will play a key role in offering direct support to families who are accessing or interested in accessing the new program through workshops, training sessions, and individualized support. The focus of these family supports (Service Navigators) will be on providing information about and orientation to the OAP. This position is dynamic in nature and will require leaders who demonstrate creativity and are collaborative, solution-focused, and flexible.

The School Support Specialist works collaboratively with Service Navigators to coordinate and successfully deliver events across the province. This role will engage with families who are navigating the school system as well as coordinate in-person and online content to support families to practice positive advocacy in the school system.

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Niagara Chapter Adult Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) Support Coordinator

JOB DESCRIPTION

Title:                      Adult Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) Support Coordinator

Location:              Autism Ontario Niagara Chapter

Salary:                   $20.00 per hour

Hours:                   7.5 hours per week including evening and weekend hours as required

Job Summary:

To work towards the goal of Autism Ontario - Niagara Region Chapter to provide high-quality  support and information to adults with ASD, families/caregivers and support networks including professionals, schools and community organizations.  The Adult Support Coordinator will oversee the adult programs offered through the chapter and provide information to adults and families.

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