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    BEHAVIOUR INTERVENTIONIST – 3 Positions Available – August 2024



    Our collaborative and supportive school team has three openings for a Behaviour Interventionist/Support worker (BI) at our Elementary, Middle and High school campuses.  The successful candidates seek to make a difference in the lives of students on the Autism spectrum.  LCS is committed to achieving the meaningful inclusion of all individuals in our community and encourages those with a passion for enabling students to flourish to apply.



    Reporting to the Director of Learning Support Services and working collaboratively with the classroom teacher, Learning Support Teacher, Youth Care worker and school team, each BI is responsible for providing one-to-one and group support to Autistic students with complex needs.

    Each BI will co-plan and co-implement skill acquisition programs and behaviour intervention plans.

    The successful Behavior Interventionists will support Autistic students with co-occurring conditions, such as anxiety, mental health, ADHD, and trauma, to develop strategies and tools to enhance self-management of their social-emotional skills.

    The BIs will collect, graph and analyse student data.

    Working collaboratively with students on proactive approaches to problem solving will be required.

    The positions require mentoring other staff to support students.

    Monday through Friday 8:15am – 2:45pm


    Competitive compensation ($29.27 per hour inclusive of vacation), extended benefits package and pension plan available after 1 year

    Collaboration with outstanding administrators and educational faculty

    Access to resources and encouragement to dream big, pursue your giftings and build something impactful for the future


    Mandatory minimum 6 months experience as a BI supervised by a BCBA

    Strong verbal and written communication skills

    Ability to work both independently and cooperatively delivering one-to-one instruction within a multi-disciplinary team

    Knowledge of human development and the principles of Applied Behaviour Analysis/Verbal Behaviour (ABA/VB), and related assessment and therapeutic skills

    Ideal candidates will be physically strong, energetic, enthusiastic, and capable of working with a diverse range of learners

    Degree or diploma/certificate in related field (Psychology, Social Work, Education)

    Current crisis prevention certification and First Aid/CPR certification an asset

    Evidence of strong sense of purpose and identity built on Biblical principles, as well as participation in a local Christian church community


    Send your resume, contact information for 2 professional references, 1 written reference speaking to your faith and character, and a cover letter to:

    Postings close on April 15, 2024. Find out more at:


    We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.