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TAP Summer Camp

Jun 14, 2024 | Careers, News

Position open until June 21, 2024 Please email cindy@cvcda.ca with any questions about this opportunity.

We are seeking a candidate who will display a strong desire to be a part of the larger community contributing to the health and well being of the families and children of the Comox Valley with an understanding of the unique intricacies of a charitable non-profit organization.

This is a tremendous opportunity for someone who aspires to make a difference, sharing your skills to help us maximize and strengthen the capacity of our well-respected organization. You will thrive on a challenge, and enjoy being in our hub of activity with people who love what they do!

We are honoured to reside on the unceded traditional territories of the Pentlatch, E’iksan and K’ómoks First Nations.

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Requirements

Qualifications include:  direct work experience with children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, demonstrating an understanding of ASD and how the impairments affect the individual training in Autism Spectrum Disorders and/or post-secondary education and/or training related to education, recreation, and community support work.  The applicant must have a current first aid/CPR certificate, be positive, enthusiastic, and be a team player with strong communication and problem solving skills who is interested in outdoor activities such as:  swimming, hiking and exploring.

  • A criminal record check will be required

Notice: Employees of the CVCDA are required to provide proof of being fully vaccinated for COVID19 and will be required to obtain boosters as necessary and set out by agency policy.

 

Apply today!

All applications will be held in confidence, given serious consideration, and acknowledged via an email receipt.

To apply, please submit a resume and cover letter following these instructions:

  • A resume that summarizes your relevant professional, academic and volunteer experiences.
  • A cover letter that shares your professional interests and passions, and why this opportunity is of particular interest and a potential good fit for you.

Email your resume and references in PDF format (cover letter and resume combined in one document, with your name as the document name) to: Cindy Xavier, Executive Director , Comox Valley Child Development Association, cindy@cvcda.ca and HR Administrator, Michelle Erikson, michelle@cvcda.ca

 

Please email cindy@cvcda.ca with questions pertaining to this opportunity.

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Position

    Autism Interventionist, The Autism Program (TAP)

    Temporary part time 28 hours/week; .75 FTE

    Wage

    Health Sciences Association (HSA) COMMUNITY Health and Support sub-sector Grid 21

    Wage range:  $27.92-$29.60 (@ April 1, 2024) (Commensurate with Education and Experience)

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    Start Date

    Summer Camp (July 22-August 1/24)

    About the CVCDA

    At Comox Valley Child Development Association (CVCDA), a not-for-profit agency serving children with diverse abilities and their families since 1974, our multidisciplinary/transdisciplinary teams are committed to evidence-based and best practices, innovation and collaboration. We have excellent facilities to host families on site as well as offering in-home and community-based visits. We are well supported by an active, dynamic board of directors and passionate and skilled leadership who are invested in the continuing growth and development of team members in the pursuit of excellence for families.

    About the Comox Valley

    The Comox Valley is centrally located for all number of outdoor pursuits on the ocean, extensive trail networks and year-round activities at Mount Washington. The region offers a wide range of vineyards and local farms, a rich music, arts, sports and cultural calendar and annual festivals that attract people from around the globe. Comox has a new state-of-the-art hospital, schools at all levels as well as a North Island College campus, an aqua centre, ice arena and various rec facilities. The Comox Valley continues to attract a diverse population to its big city facilities yet maintains the small-town vibe for those who seek it. The busier southern tip of the Island or the more remote wilderness of the northern tip are both within 3hrs drive, as are the waves of the west coast and access to the various gulf islands up and down the Salish Sea.

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