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Full Time Early Intervention Therapist (EIT)

Full Time Speech Language Pathologist

Part-Time Permanent Morning Wake- Up Staff

Full Time Early Intervention Therapist (EIT)

Our Early Intervention Program requires enthusiastic and motivated Early Intervention Therapists to join our team!

The successful candidates will be responsible for providing direct support to preschool aged children within the SASS classrooms, possible integrated environments, and in the child and family’s home.  Transporting children daily with the use of a personal vehicle to/from classrooms/school and the child’s home is a requirement (car seats and training provided).

The successful candidates will have excellent communication skills, exceptional time management skills, enjoy working with children, be able to work within a multidisciplinary team and be familiar with Society for Autism Support and Services’ philosophy of care.


  • Use of personal vehicle: transportation of children required
  • Fluent in English (verbally and written)
  • Valid Standard First Aid & CPR Level C
  • Clear Police and Child Welfare Checks
  • Proof of COVID-19 Vaccination Status


  • PPE provided
  • Daily Health Assessments
  • Enhanced Cleaning
  • Classroom Cohorts


Diploma (min 2 years) or B.A. in Psychology or related discipline.

Experience working with children an asset.

Submit Résumé and Cover Letter to:

EIP Program Supervisors

Society for Autism Support and Services

404-94th Avenue S.E. Calgary, AB T2J 0E8

Email: eipsupervisor@autism.ca

Website: https://www.autism.ca

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Full Time (1.0) Speech Language Pathologist

This position commences mid-late July 2023. As a member of a dynamic trans-disciplinary team, you will have the opportunity to provide consultation and support for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder, their families and program staff within a variety of home, community, preschool and specialized settings. Intensive training and ongoing mentorship from a supportive team will be provided regarding SASS’ philosophy, including  the use of AAC, Naturalistic Developmental Behavioural interventions, focus on engagement and individualized learning. We offer flexible hours, a competitive benefits package, and ongoing professional development opportunities. Travel within the city of Calgary and surrounding area is expected.

Qualifications: Degree in Speech Language Pathology from a recognized University; a valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle. The successful applicant must be registered or eligible to be registered with the Alberta College of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists (ACSLPA).  

Please submit your resume to: Dana Bryer, SLP Department Supervisor bryerd@autism.ca

Society for Autism Support and Services

404 – 94 Ave SE, Calgary, AB T2J 0E8 TEL: 403.258.5504


SASS acknowledges the traditional territories of the Peoples of the Treaty 7 region and Métis Nation of Alberta, Region 3. We respect the histories, languages, and cultures of First Nations, Metis, Inuit, and all First Peoples of Canada, whose presence continues to enrich our community. We value equity, diversity and inclusion within our agency culture to embrace the uniqueness of individuals and be representative of the Canadian population, perspectives, and experiences. We will actively work to recognize, develop and promote initiatives towards equity, diversity, and inclusion in our programming, hiring and promotion policies, and organized events.

Part-Time Permanent Morning Wake-Up Staff

Hours of work:

Monday-Friday 6:30 am-9:30 am

Key Responsibilities:

Reporting to the Out-of-Home Living Supervisor, the Morning Wake Up staff will implement individualized programming in the areas of behaviour management, communication, safety/pre-vocational skills, and daily living skills.


The successful applicant will have strong skills in the areas of verbal and written communication, motivation, and teamwork.

Enrollment in a Human Services Diploma or Degree from a recognized college or university is preferred. Experience working with children and/or children with disabilities and a current First Aid/CPR certificate are considered to be an asset.

Please submit a resume via email to Out-of-Home Living Supervisor OOHLP@autism.ca

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