The John McGivney Children's Centre (JMCC) provides family-centered holistic care to the community, enriching the lives of children and youth with special needs by helping them reach their full potential. If you have a passion to make a difference please consider the employment and student placement opportunities below. A satisfactory police clearance is required for employment and student placements.
Priority will be given to qualified candidates who possess knowledge of Canada's two official languages. We appreciate all applications we receive, however only those under consideration will be contacted. JMCC is an equal opportunity employer.
Submit your resume with references and covering letter to: John McGivney Children's Centre
3945 Matchette Road, Windsor, ON N9C 4C2 E-mail:email@example.com No phone calls please
Current Job Opportunities Available
Speech Language Pathologist: Contract
The Speech Language Pathologist will provide clinical services within their professional scope of practice including assessment, treatment planning and implementation, and documentation. They will provide comprehensive clinical services within the Centre, as well as within homes and schools in the community. They will collaborate with clients/families and other team members in the planning and delivery of treatment, programs, and services to address the following areas: feeding/swallowing, language, articulation, fluency, and voice.
This contract is specifically focused in the program of JASPER: The Joint Attention, Symbolic Play, Engagement, Regulation. This model of clinical intervention was developed by Dr. Connie Kasari using a combination of developmental and behavioural strategies. The skills targeted are sequential and developmentally aligned for young children from 12 months of age up to 8 years old. Extensive research has shown that when this model is applied by caregivers, young children with significant challenges in early social and communication development demonstrate an increase in parent-child interactions, joint attention skills and use of functional communication
Reporting to the Program Manager the Clinical Program Assistant will provide clinical and support services under the supervision of a licensed clinician. They will participate in the development and implementation of therapeutic interventions and collaborate with the supervising clinician regarding a child’s performance and responses to intervention, and provide feedback. They will maintain clinical and Centre documentation; attend and participate in team conferences and medical clinics as indicated; and support departmental organization and maintenance activities. They will also participate in clinical education and knowledge transfer activities.