Child Development Consultants (Full Time)


North Coast Community Services Society


Hourly wage:
$33.83 – $41.32
Prince Rupert, Haida Gwaii
Terms: Permanent Full-time position
Start date: April 1st, 2023
Experience & Proficiencies
Other requirements:
To apply for this position submit your cover letter and resume to to the attention of Audrey Parnell, Executive Assistant.
NCCS is commited to Employment Equality and encourages applications from qualified candidates. Comprehensive benefit packages and training opportunities are available to those who qualify. This position requires BC Government Employees Union membership.
About us: North Coast Community Services Society has a position available for an individual who possesses the fundamental belief that each of us matters – our clients, our co-workers, our partners and ourselves. As a member of our energetic and compassionate team, you can offer new, visionary ideas that can help us to address complex community needs.
Position Summary: Provides services to infants (infant to 6 years old) with or at risk of developmental delay and disability and their families which facilitates the development of the infant.
Education & Training: Bachelor’s degree in a field related to child development and two years of related experience or extensive early childhood education with training and experience.
• Interviews clients and families, assesses problems and outlines services provided by the organization. Refers clients to more appropriate programs if required.
• Class 5 driver’s licence, clear driver’s abstract and daily access to and use of vehicle
• Comprehensive organizational skills while working with limited supervision
• Understand, demonstrate and maintain professional boundaries with co-workers, clients and other stakeholders
• Clear Criminal Record review
Monday to Friday, possible weekends to meet client needs
• Assists families in determining goals for their infants and the means of attaining them. Plans, develops, and implements support plans to meet these ends.
• Maintains accurate reports and records on clients and provides monthly reports. Ensures all required documentation is complete. Participates in case planning with therapists and social workers.
• Provides up-to-date resource materials and lists of generic services related to developmentally delayed children.
• Records home visits and ensures that parents and professionals involved with the family are sent bi-annual reports regarding the infant’s progress.
• Evaluates, in conjunction with the family, the effectiveness of programs and clients’ progress. Assesses the results of the program(s) and makes adjustments to programs.

How to Apply

To apply for this position submit your cover letter and resume to to the attention of Audrey Parnell, Executive Assistant.