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Special Education Technician – Early Action 1000-662

Ungava Tulattavik Health Centre, Kuujjuaq
2021 January 18

Permanent full-time position (35h / week)
IMMEDATE SUPERVISOR: Homecare head program
STARTING DATE:  April 2021


The Ungava Tulattavik Health Center is implementing the Early Action Early Detection Program for Young Children. You want to come and take up a challenge and build a new service with us, it will be a stimulating and interesting challenge.

 
DESCRIPTION:
The person is part of the CLSC team, works directly with children and their families and may have to intervene in the child's various living environments (home, daycare, school). He/She might have to travel in the other communities of the Ungava coast to offer awareness and education activities with community members. In a multidisciplinary team, the role of the person is mainly the application of the multidisciplinary intervention plan with children 0-6 years old who show signs of developmental delays.

FUNCTIONS:
Collaborate in the assessment of all of the child's needs;

Designs the interventions and provides for the necessary adaptations in order to manage and supervise the child's behaviors according to his capacities;

Apply the intervention plan as recommended;

Organize and lead stimulation activities according to the child's needs;

Evaluates, creates and applies programs, schedules and behavioral support plans according to the specific needs of the child;

Coordinate interventions with partners and provide the necessary support and training;

Participate in the revision of intervention plans and programs in collaboration with the other members of the Early Action Program team;

Qualifications

Must have a college diploma (DEC) in special education techniques

Minimum of two years of experience with children 0 - 6 years old with neurodevelopmental disorders;

Knowledge of neurodevelopmental disorders;

French and English bilingualism required both oral and written, knowledge of Inuktitut will be an asset;

Experience in remote areas will be an asset;

Knowledge of Inuit culture and values ​​will be an asset;

Ability to work in concert with the various stakeholders in the community;

Ability to teach and provide training to local stakeholders;

Ability to work in an interdisciplinary team;

Good adaptability

Good ability to work on the establishment of a new program

Available to travel to the communities of the Ungava Coast;

Must have a valid driver's license.

 

Conditions and benefits

SALARY: Min : $809.20   Max : $1 176.35 /week
ISOLATION PREMIUM: $191.93 or $ 338.29 / week, as per the family status
HIGH LIVING COST:  $59.14 / week, or as per the family status
RETENTION PREMIUM:  $114.99 / week or as per the number of years of service

Any person recruited in Quebec more than 50 kilometers from the locality in which she is called upon to perform her duties, will be granted annual trips and lodging unit as per status (shared lodging if necessary

 

Additional details

Send your application, in French and English by email: emploi.cstu@ssss.gouv.qc.ca

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