How is our team SO awesome?
People with developmental diversities deserve the best. That requires passion, knowledge, and resources from you and I.
The Asante Centre is growing, learning, and pushing boundaries to make the world a better place for people with developmental diversities. If you would be an incredible clinician, staff member, volunteer, or Board member, we want to know you. Find your purpose in this work, it needs you - take action as a team member today!
The Asante Centre is currently recruiting clinicians to complement our multidisciplinary team in Surrey, Maple Ridge, and across the province of BC. See below for more information.
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We want people who are excited to help address developmental stress, who love to work together, find solutions, and dream big.
We go all-out to keep an amazing team dynamic, flexible work environment, and competitive compensation.
Opportunities are in both our Surrey and Maple Ridge offices, as well as in communities across the province. Clinical opportunities are flexible depending on the needs of the individual clinician and families we support, including contract and salaried options. We are actively seeking:
Speech-language pathologists; and,
In alignment with our commitment to Reconciliation, we are particularly seeking individuals who:
Have experience assessing Indigenous peoples who have endured intergenerational trauma.
Understand the multi layered impacts intergenerational trauma has had on the individual, family and community.
Ability to acknowledge the importance of family and cultural involvement throughout the assessment process and care planning.
Pediatricians and/or Family Practitioners
We are currently seeking pediatricians and family practitioners interested in working as part of a multidisciplinary team for the clinical assessment and diagnosis of children with FASD, autism and other complex developmental needs. The work may also include participation in education workshops, research activities, policy development, etc. Opportunities are flexible.
Research shows that individuals with prenatal exposures to alcohol and other substances, as well as those who experience childhood trauma, are more likely to have mental health concerns across their lifespan. Psychiatrists are able to inform complex diagnoses as well as support individuals in the community. Opportunities can be explored for psychiatrists across BC, including those able to work through virtual care.
Responsibilities include conducting the comprehensive psychological assessment component for the diagnosis of FASD, autism, and other complex developmental needs; developing recommendations for home, school and community management; conducting interviews; preparing reports; providing feedback to parents and support team. Other duties may include participating on research teams, preparing and providing presentations and workshops.
Registered Speech-Language Pathologists
We are looking for SLPs who are enthusiastic, creative, and organized and who can work independently and as part of our already developed SLP team. Successful applicants will also have the ability to organize an effective work schedule and problem solve, work independently in a team environment while meeting program requirements, and consult and collaborate with team members.
We are expanding our services to offer occupational therapy and assessments for people of all ages with developmental diversities. This role will be developed with the right person, with a good fit of skills and interests. Travel across BC is expected.
The Asante Centre is continuously looking for skilled volunteers to support the work of the Society in achieving its mission. Please consider donating your time on a regular, project or consultation basis.