Behaviour Therapist - Outreach

Competition #: 000613
The Position is: Temporary, Part-Time, Approximately 1 year and 6 months
Hours of Work (shifts): Days



  • Bachelor’s degree in health, social or behavioural sciences
  • Master’s degree in health, social or behavioural sciences preferred
  • Current Driver License (Ontario) Class G
  • Current Insurance coverage (must provide a copy)
  • Provides own vehicle
  • Board Certified Associate Behaviour Analyst (BCaBA) OR/ Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA) or the ability to sit for the board certification exam in 12 months from date of hire for either designation. preferred
  • 1 years related experience
  • Ability to develop and implement behavioural assessment and treatment
  • Knowledge of behavioural techniques and crisis intervention and prevention
  • Conflict resolution and problem-solving ability
  • Demonstrated teaching skills
  • Proven leadership ability
  • Demonstrated ability to work well within a team
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills (both written and verbal)
  • Ability to demonstrate a customer service philosophy
  • Availability to work a flexible work schedule (some evenings and weekends may be required)
  • Knowledge and experience working in a community based intervention model
  • Knowledge and experience working with persons with brain injury
  • Knowledge and experience providing rehabilitation
  • Knowledge and experience providing applied behavioural analysis
  • Knowledge and experience providing consultation
  • Experience working collaboratively on a multidisciplinary team
  • Access to a reliable vehicle is required
  • More than 2 years related experience preferred
  • Evidence of satisfactory attendance record
  • An employee’s disciplinary record will be reviewed as part of the assessment of qualifications
  • Ability to work in a manner that exemplifies the centre’s core values and helps patients get their life back
  • Should be aware of conditions and measures that may affect the safety of patients, residents, students, employees, volunteers, physicians and visitors



The Behavioral Therapist works in the community to assess, develop, implement and teach external providers specific client programs. This role is mobile, requiring driving to client locations.

  • Assess suitability of potential clients for to receive program services in conjunction with the Director of ABI Program Development and Delivery.
  • Liaise with referral sources and external care providers to provide input and education.
  • Provide teaching of behavioural and rehab interventions to external caregivers.
  • Deliver community based learning to agencies.
  • Provide teaching of behavioural and rehab intervention to rehab therapists and to external care providers.
  • Consult and co-ordinate client and program activities.
  • Provide and participate in educational activities.
  • Prepare documentation.
  • Assess and develop client and program goals.
  • Plan, develop and implement behavioural assessments/interventions as appropriate.
  • Develop and oversee implementation and evaluation of service plans.
  • Provide behavioural on-call support.
  • Provide educational opportunities, and on-going support to role of Developmental Rehab Therapist.
  • Participate in team and/or hospital wide committees as requested.
  • Provide program statistics.
  • Participate where required in the revenue generating services of the Hospital.
  • Assist with orientation, training, education and evaluation of staff, and external care providers.
  • Develop programs that incorporate CPI techniques.
  • Participate in research and quality improvement activities.
  • Present, promote and represent the ABI Service at conferences and other promotion events as required.


At West Park Healthcare Centre, we are committed to fostering an inclusive and accessible environment, an important part of living our brand. We are dedicated to building a workforce that reflects the diversity of the community. Our accessible employment practices are in compliance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, and the Ontario Human Rights Code. Should you require accommodation during any phase of the recruitment process, please indicate this in your cover letter. For further assistance please contact the Human Resources Department at (416) 243-3600 extension 4633.


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