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Working at Autism Ontario means being part of a unique work culture that revolves around something we all believe in – creating a supportive and inclusive Ontario for autism. A career at Autism Ontario means supporting autistic individuals in building meaningful connections in their community through education, advocacy and awareness.
Autism Ontario is an equal opportunity employer committed to maximizing the diversity of our organization, and actively encourages individuals on the autism spectrum and from all equity seeking groups to apply.
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Please note: Due to COVID-19 restrictions, our services and supports have transitioned online. Until restrictions are lifted, these positions require the candidate to work from home.
Reporting to the Senior Management Team, the Director of Communications and Resource Development will be responsible for executing a strategic plan to elevate effective communications, advocacy initiatives, knowledge development, education and translation across the organization and within the framework of Autism Ontario’s vision, mission, ends, strategic plan and values in Ontario.
Title: Director of Communications & Resource Development
Location: Autism Ontario Provincial Office (1179 King Street West, Toronto)
Hours: 37.5 hours (1.0 FTE)
Annual Salary: $80,000 - 95,000
Duration: 1 Year Contract (possibility for renewal)
As the Content and Marketing Specialist, you will be responsible for planning, coordinating online content that support families and professionals in relation to ASD across the province. This position works collaboratively with parents, other staff and professionals to coordinate and successfully increase awareness of Autism Ontario’s advocacy, services, supports, and fundraising events.
Title: Content and Marketing Specialist
Location: Autism Ontario Provincial Office - Liberty Village, Toronto
Annual Salary: $60,000 - $63,000 (1.0 FTE)
The Outreach Specialist works collaboratively with Service Navigators to coordinate and successfully deliver events across the province. Responsible for engaging and building capacity across the province. The Outreach Specialist will work with communities collaboratively to enhance supports in underserved communities to create opportunities for further involvement with Autism Ontario. This position is also responsible for developing relationships within the community and raising awareness of the Service Navigation Program.
Title: Service Navigator – Outreach Specialist
Location: Greater Toronto & Hamilton Area - Position is currently based remotely (work from home) but upon return to office, will be required to work at the Provincial Office (Liberty Village in Toronto) frequently
Hours: 37.5 hours/week including some evenings & weekends
Annual Salary: $57,000 - $63,000 per year
As the Fund Development and Community Engagement Manager, you are a dynamic storyteller, skilled communicator and fundraiser. You enjoy strategy, creating and implementing evidence-based fundraising plans and you thrive in a fast-paced, complex, mission-driven environment. You are skilled at building collaborative community relationships and have a passion for conveying the heart and needs of the Autism Ontario community. You are comfortable working cross-functionally to leverage community relationships and enhance donor prospects.
Title: Fund Development & Community Engagement Manager
Reports to: Senior Management
Location: Provincial Office (temporarily remote due to COVID-19)
Hours: 37.5 (1FTE)
Annual Salary: $75,000 - $95,000
Duration: 1 year contract (possibility of renewal)
Autism Ontario is seeking proposals from experienced and qualified evaluators to conduct a program evaluation of the Ontario Autism Program (OAP) Service Navigation Program.
Title: Program Evaluation of the OAP Service Navigation Program
Date of issue: November 20, 2020
Submission deadline: 5:00 PM (EST) February 28. 2021
Project Overview and Background
Autism Ontario (formerly Autism Society Ontario) is a charitable organization founded in 1973, and the province’s leading source of information and referral on autism and one of the largest collective voices representing the autism community. The provincial Ontario Autism Program (OAP), administered by Ontario’s Ministry of Children Community and Social Services (MCCSS), transitioned to a direct funding model with the introduction of Childhood Budgets (CB), followed by Interim One Time Funding (IOT) in 2019. To support eligible families in accessing and using their funding, the MCCSS has contracted Autism Ontario to deliver the Service Navigation Program. We are seeking a third-party evaluator to design and implement a year end program evaluation of the Service Navigation Program and provide suggestions for evaluation components required for quarterly reporting.