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Employment Opportunity at the Children’s Treatment Centre of Chatham-Kent

The Children’s Treatment Centre of Chatham-Kent is committed to fostering an inclusive and diverse workforce that mirrors the communities we serve. We encourage applications from individuals belonging to visible minorities, Indigenous communities, persons with disabilities, immigrants, individuals of all sexual orientations, and those representing diverse gender identities and expressions. Our organization is dedicated to promoting employment equity and diversity within our workplace.

Current Employment Opportunities- scroll down for descriptions

  • Facility Supervisor
  • Communicative Disorders Assistant- Full time, Maternity Leave
  • Lifeguards – part time casual

Accommodations Available:

Candidates participating in the selection process may request accommodations as needed. We are dedicated to ensuring equal opportunities for all applicants.

Language Proficiency:

Priority will be given to candidates proficient in Canada’s official languages.

Application Process:

Please note that only candidates chosen for an interview will be contacted. Unsolicited resumes are not retained. To apply, kindly send your resume to

We appreciate your interest in joining our team at the Children’s Treatment Centre of Chatham-Kent.

Join Our Team at the Children’s Treatment Centre of Chatham-Kent

Facility Supervisor

The Children’s Treatment Centre of Chatham-Kent is recruiting a Facility Supervisor This is a fulltime (35 hours) permanent position.

As a member of the Centre Capital Project team, during the construction of our new Children’s Treatment Centre of Chatham-Kent (CTC-CK), the Facility Supervisor will liaise and maintain working relationships with CTC-CK administration, the CTC-CK Building Committee, Collier’s Project Manager, the architect and General Contractor project staff. The Facility Supervisor will act as the  Centre Lead contact on behalf of the Centre for day-to-day capital communication to address items or escalate decisions. The Facility Supervisor will participate in shop drawing and design reviews, will attend all construction project meetings, assist in monitoring project schedule, participate in change order decision making and ensure Centre readiness for owner procurement as appropriate to the project and maintain an action and response log for tracking and verification of actions. 

The Facility Supervisor will be responsible for the preventative maintenance and safety of the current building and grounds, including all mechanical, electrical, heating and cooling, pool, water system and emergency/security systems of both the existing and new Centre.

This is an opportunity to work for a well-respected and established Children’s Treatment Centre that will give you many opportunities and experiences that will help you grow in your career. Come join our team and be a part of the excitement as we build our new Centre!

In addition to a work culture built on mutual respect and collaboration, we offer:

  • work schedule flexibility
  • free parking
  • membership in the Healthcare of Ontario Pension Plan (HOOPP)
  • generous vacation package (4 weeks to start with additional two weeks paid during Winter school break)
  • full benefit package
  • employee and family assistance plan
  • commitment to professional development

Skills, Knowledge and Education

  • Completion of Building Operator Courses or relevant experience
  • Post-secondary diploma or degree with experience in a related discipline (engineering, architecture or construction)
  • Practical experience in the construction industry
  • 5 + years’ experience in facility management and a broad understanding of various trades and construction methods
  • Familiar with building legislation, codes and standards
  • Physical ability to meet the requirements of the position
  • Demonstrated knowledge of infrastructure systems
  • Demonstrated working knowledge of general maintenance practices
  • Certification as a Joint Health & Safety Co-Chair (JHSC) considered an asset

 A Police Check and proof of COVID-19 vaccination is required.

Interested applicants are requested to email their resume and cover letter to:

 by Wednesday, April 10th, 2024.



We are currently seeking qualified lifeguards with the following certifications:

  • NLS (National Lifeguard Service)
  • CPR First Aid
  • Red Cross Instructor

Experience with lifesaving skills, Red Cross instruction, and adaptive instruction is preferred. Familiarity with working with children with special needs or challenging behaviors is an asset.



The Children’s Treatment Centre of Chatham-Kent is seeking a Communicative Disorders Assistant. This is a fulltime (35 hours)  maternity leave (one year) contract position. Under the direction of a Clinical Service Manager and the clinical supervision of an Audiologist(s), and Speech Language Pathologist(s) the Communicative Disorders Assistant provides a combination of audiology and speech and language services as appropriate for clients of the Children’s Treatment Centre of Chatham-Kent.

Key Responsibilities:

Assist the Audiology team in the delivery of audiology services including:

  • Assist Audiologist(s) in team testing
  • Complete hearing screenings
  • Administer auditory processing tests
  • Assist in prioritizing referrals to audiology
  • Preprogramming hearing aids for client dispensing appointment
  • Organizing resources for the Audiology Team as needed
  • Placing and coordinating delivery of purchases for the Audiology Team

 Assist the Speech Language Pathologists in the delivery of speech and language services  

  • Preparation of materials
  • Implementation of treatment plans
  • Documentation of client progress during intervention
  • Reporting of unanticipated changes in client performance to supervising SLP
  • Participation in clinics, family conferences, parent/teacher meetings as assigned
  • Provision of information about community agencies, services, and resources as needed.


  • CDA diploma from an accredited College
  • Proof of full COVID19 Vaccination
  • Vulnerable Police Check

Experience working with children with special needs will be considered an asset. Please send resume to Position will remain posted until filled.