Employment with Children’s Treatment Network

Children’s Treatment Network (CTN) is a unique and dynamic organization that is integrating service delivery to children with multiple special needs in Simcoe and York. Job postings are shared on this page and listed below. If no roles are listed below it means there are no openings at this time. Thank you for your interest in working with CTN and be sure to check back on this page for postings.

Family Support Worker – Ontario Autism Program (2 Full Time Permanent)

York Support Services Network is currently recruiting for 2 Full Time Permanent Ontario Autism (OAP) Family Support Workers. The primary functions include providing service and program navigation, supports and planning to children, youth and families engaged in the Ontario Autism Program. The Family Support Worker will work with families to develop and revise personalized Ontario Autism Program Family Service Plans. Tasks will include gathering of information, assessment of needs, development and coordination of family service plans, referral support and skill development.

Communications Manager- Full Time (Richmond Hill)

The Communications Manager provides strategic and tactical support for CTN’s internal and external communications. This position is responsible for communication planning; communication support on operational priorities and special projects; creating and editing content; and oversight, development and operation of key communication vehicles. Reporting to the Director, Strategy, Communications and Engagement, the Communications Manager plays both a strategic and operational role and is expected to provide advice and counsel on communication trends that impact the organization and the children’s rehabilitation sector.

Team Assistant- Specialty Services (2 Full Time Permanent)

Children's Treatment Network (CTN) is looking for two full time permanent team assistants to support the specialty services clinic.The team assistant role will involve contacting families to schedule appointments, fielding general calls and questions, providing physician and inter-disciplinary team support, managing client files, ordering supplies, liaising with pharmacies, typing and distributing general correspondence and reports and other general office duties.  It also includes some reception coverage when needed.