Careers

 Our Toronto Children’s Therapy Team is hiring! 

1. Speech-Language Pathologist  – Toronto & East York and/or Scarborough & North York

Toronto Children’s Therapy Centre (TCTC) is looking for a speech-language pathologist to join our interprofessional team. The position is for an independent contractor who is interested in working on weekends at our clinics. Additional part-time or full-time hours are also available.  

What skill sets are we looking for?

  • Current registration with CASLPO or eligible for registration (recent graduates)
  • Strong inter-personal, written and oral communication skills
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a supportive team
  • Interest in working with children and families in the areas of language, artic and motor speech, social communication, literacy, AAC, voice and fluency
  • Willing to provide assessment and treatment in a variety of settings: in-clinic, virtual, in-home, individual, small group, parent coaching

 What would TCTC provide?

  • Inclusion on a team of caring and supportive SLPs & OTs
  • Access to electronic documentation and billing, team communication platform, Zoom for Healthcare, shared resources, formal and informal continuing education
  • Strong COVID-19 protocols to keep clients and clinicians safe
  • Mentorship for new graduates and access to a mighty team of therapists with diverse strengths and interests
  • Established business with steady referrals and a healthy waiting list
  • Fair and transparent compensation

For more information, or to submit your cover letter and resume, contact annemarie@torontoctc.ca

2.  Occupational Therapist – Position available in two areas – please choose one  that works best:   

1)  West Toronto / Etobicoke / New Toronto or

2) East York (Riverdale, Beaches, Leslieville, and Danforth)

3) North York & Scarborough

4) Danforth & Pape Clinic – for Saturdays from September to June (long weekends and holidays not expected).

5) Scarborough Clinic – Bellamy and Ellesmere – daytime and afterschool hours

Position Summary

  • Part-time – primarily after school and weekend hours
  • Community-based in West Toronto, Etobicoke or East York – vehicle required
  • Saturdays at the Danforth & Pape clinic from September to June with the exception of long weekends and holidays. 
  • Independent contractor

Toronto Children’s Therapy Centre (TCTC) is an established pediatric private practice that consists of a supportive group of 30+ occupational therapists and speech language pathologists. We offer competitive and transparent compensation and we provide a robust practice infrastructure that supports team connection, communication, scheduling, charting, and billing needs.

Role Description

Toronto Children’s Therapy Centre –  is looking to hire a parttime occupational therapist with pediatric experience to join our dynamic and passionate team of therapists. The role will start part-time with an opportunity to build a caseload up to fulltime if desired. Our therapists provide community-based services in home, school and childcaresettings. We work with children from 0 – 18 years of age along with their families and support people to address a wide variety of occupational performance issues.  Orientation, training and mentorship are provided initially and on an ongoing basis based on therapist needs and interests. As a self-employed therapist, you can choose your days of the week and hours to work although we do require consistent availability for a minimum of two after school shifts (typically from 3/4 pm to 7/8 pm) AND 1 half-day shift (typically from 9 am to 2/3 pm) on the weekend to support referrals.

Job Description
 Deliver passionate, creative, fun child and family – centred services
 Provide Neurodiversity-Affirming services including Trauma-Informed practices
 Identify and assess occupational performance issues with appropriate tools and methods
 Partner with clients and families to develop meaningful goals and intervention plans
 Develop assessment summary documents with initial recommendations
 Provide direct treatment in home, school or childcare settings using appropriate tools, strategies and methods
 Maintain up to date documentation and record keeping including consent, assessment, clinical notes, progress and discharge notes

 Manage dynamic caseload including logistics of visits, scheduling, client communication, billing and invoicing

 Maintain COTO standards of practice

Key Skills and Attributes
 Experience working with: neurodivergent children and families; sensory and motorbased feeding challenges; fine motor and writing challenges; infant and toddler developmental concerns
 Strong communication skills using a variety of methods and contexts (spoken, written, digital, virtual)
 Self-directed learner with a commitment to ongoing professional development
 Excellent time management and organizational skills
 Ability to independently manage dynamic caseload with access to clinical lead support

Application requirements
 Minimum 2 years experience working with pediatric population
 Vehicle required for community locations
 Resume with cover letter
 2 References
 Registrant in good standing with the College of Occupational Therapists of Ontario
 Practice Liability Insurance

If you are interested in joining our amazing team or would like more information on how our
team and practice works, please send your resume and cover letter to:

Jacquie Martin, West Clinical Team Lead
jacquie@torontoctc.ca

or 

Lizette Alexander, East York Clinical Team Lead
lizette@torontoctc.ca

or 

Karen Don, North York and Scarborough Clinical Team Lead
karen@torontoctc.ca

We look forward to hearing from you!!

3.  Volunteer Opportunities

Unfortunately, we are “full” and cannot accept any more volunteer requests.  We appreciate your time and support.  Please check back in July 2024 for updates.  Thank you,  The TCTC team!