FASD Clinic Coordinator

Contract until March 31st, 2024, with possibility of extension

ENVIROS – Who We Are:  

Enviros is an innovative social services agency that provides critical, individualized programs to children, youth, adults and families in vulnerable situations to meet their desired outcomes and wellness.

Enviros helps our clients make strength-based changes to move to independence within a healthy community.

Enviros focuses programs on the unique needs of individual clients, practicing experiential learning to provide opportunities for personal discovery and growth.

Enviros focus is on building relationships and is the foundation of the work we do. This enables clients to develop skills, healthy trust, and independence.

Since our founding in 1976, Enviros has been an early adopter of new evidence-based best practices and has developed and informed other leading practices.

Why People Choose Enviros

Simply stated, our vision is: “The Power of Human Relationships Invites Belonging and Inspires Growth”.

The Program – Neurodevelopmental Assessment & Diagnostic Centre (NDC)

Enviros’ Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Diagnostic and Assessment Clinic for both children and adults.

The Positions – Clinic Coordinator

The Clinic Coordinator will be responsible for coordinating multi-disciplinary FASD assessments, managing intake processes and writing FASD assessment reports with collaboration with the Clinical Team. The Clinic Coordinator will also assist, along with the Clinical Team, in providing recommendations to individuals who have been recently diagnosed with FASD to better understand their unique strengths and provide individualized referrals to support some of their complex needs. The Coordinator, along with the lead Coordinator and Manager, will promote strong community partnerships; including collaboration with the Justice sector. As well as participate in ongoing training to achieve a solid level of understanding of the FASD assessment and diagnostic processes, the most recent Canadian guidelines and recommended FASD clinic best practices.

Duties will include:

  • Acts as the first point of contact for individuals as they enter the diagnostic process
  • Process and procedures for clinic
  • Work with clients and/or families to ensure all supporting documentation is completed
  • Supports and interacts with individuals and/or families in a way that incorporates their needs, perspectives, preferences and experiences.
  • Educates individuals and /or families on the diagnostic process and what to expect at each appointment; assists the individuals and/or families in getting to each appointment
  • Clinic operations
  • Manage intake processes
  • Coordination of referrals
  • Consult with relevant professionals in collecting data for assessment- including court assessments
  • Work closely with clinicians on the team
  • Conduct intake and interview of clients, family and biological mother’s (including clarification of expectations, obtaining relevant family, social, educational history, and prenatal alcohol history as required, and description of current concerns)
  • Facilitate completion of standardized questionnaires
  • Coordinate multi-disciplinary team assessments
  • Educate social service providers in the referral and assessment process for FASD
  • Communicate best practice strategies based on assessment results
  • Collaborate with community and intersectoral groups and assist with community capacity building for pre and post-assessment education and support
  • Create and deliver presentations to stakeholders regarding FASD and best practice
  • Compile mid-year, annual reports, and other reports as required
  • Maintain program licensing and training standards as required
  • Write FASD assessment reports in collaboration with the Clinical Team


  • Minimum degree in nursing, social work or other related health/social services field is required
  • Ability to create/lead and maintain effective team relationships
  • Ability to work both independently and within a team environment
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Experience working with teams of various professional backgrounds
  • Experience interviewing clients where sensitive and emotional information may be shared
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Have a knowledge and understanding of FASD
  • Cultural sensitivity and intercultural skills
  • Computer literacy
  • Clear Criminal and Child Intervention checks completed.

If you are the dynamic and qualified candidate we are looking for, please submit your resume and cover letter to careers@enviros.org with attention to Holly Jopling, quoting job reference #2365. Competition for this posting will close when a suitable candidate is found.

Enviros is an equal-opportunity employer.  We thank all candidates for their interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.  We regret that we are unable to accept telephone inquiries.