Careers | SPD - Singapore

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  • Begin Your Journey with SPD

    At the SPD, we work in partnership with people with disabilities to develop their potential to the fullest so that they can be self-reliant and independent.

     

    We are a non-profit organisation providing a variety of programmes and services for people with disabilities such as rehabilitation, early intervention, day care, vocational training, sheltered employment, education support, technology support and special transport.

     

    We are a dynamic and progressive team. We offer a varied job scope with plenty of opportunities to network with people from all walks of life. If you have the passion to work in a non-profit organisation, we invite you to join us.

     

    Download our job application form for any of the following positions. Remuneration will commensurate with qualifications and experience. Interested candidates are invited to e-mail their detailed resume stating current and expected salary to:

     

    The HR Department

    E-mail: HR Personnel

     

    Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

     

     

    SPD Study Award

    The SPD Study Award programme offers you an opportunity to take up a career as a Social Service Professional in SPD and help build an inclusive community for people with disabilities in Singapore. Find out more here.

     

     

     


    Administrative Assistant (Part Time), Resource Development 

     

    Responsibilities

    • Prepare, compile and sort documents for data entry. 
    • Data entry into CRM, ensuring accuracy of data.
    • Acknowledgement of contributions. 
    • Verify details and correct data where necessary.
    • Obtain further information for incomplete documents.
    • Some measure of outdoor work is required.

     

    Requirements

    • Minimum GCE ‘O’ Level 
    • Proficient in MS Office 
    • Meticulous, detail-oriented 
    • Accurate typing skills 
    • A team-player
    • Ability to perform light manual work

     


    Administrative Executive, Employment Support Programme 

    Provide administrative support for the Employment Support Programme.

     

    Responsibilities

    • Attend to general enquiries and ensure that an appropriate response is given in a timely manner. 
    • Prepare staff duty roster and conduct client survey.
    • Responsible for co-ordination and update of database. 
    • Liaise with Finance department to reconcile financial records.
    • Compile statistical records of programmes and activities.
    • Provide data and reports for analysis and decision making.
    • Assist in the analysis of data for funding, trend analysis and the measurements of output and outcome.
    • Prepare submission of claims and funding indicators to various funding agencies.
    • Develop quality manual and quality procedure of the operation.
    • Provide administrative support to programme manager and other ESP team members.
    • Any other duties as assigned when necessary.

     

    Requirements

    • Degree holder with at least 2 years relevant experience 
    • Proficient in MS Office including MS Excel 
    • Conversant in English and Mandarin 
    • A self-motivated team player, adaptable and able to multi-task 
    • Good interpersonal and communication skills as well as technical ability

     


    Therapy Assistant (Day Care), SPD@Toa Payoh 

     

    Responsibilities

    • Client Care

    - Assist in the maintenance rehabilitation of clients

    - Assist physiotherapist and occupational therapist in implementing the rehabilitation programme of clients

    - Assist client in their ambulation and movement in the centre and during transferring up and down from ambulance as well

    - Assist and guide clients in the performance of their prescribed exercise routines and programmes

    - Lead clients in group physical and cognitive session

    - Co-ordinate with other colleagues to provide quality care to clients

     

    • Administration

    - Responsible to and liaise with the therapists in all matters pertaining to administration

    - Report clients’ progress to the therapists-in-charge

    - Maintain clients' therapy records

    - Engage in administrative duties relevant to departmental work

     

    • Centre Care/Maintenance

    - Maintain rehabilitation equipment and report malfunctioning or wear and tear

    - Ensure that all electrical items are switched off before leaving the centre

    - Ensure that all entrances are locked after end of the day

     

    • Others

    - Assist in general duties of all staff involved at the centre

    - Respond in an emergency

    - Establish and maintain good interpersonal relationships clients and staff

    - Attend and participate in in-service education programmes

    - Report to Centre Manager of any incident or injury sustained by clients that may occur during the course of working

    - Any other duties assigned from time to time

     

     

    Requirements 

    • Qualifications

    - Minimum tertiary education with at least 1 year working experience on patient care 

    - Stable long term work history

     

    • Knowledge

    - Understand the organisation’s role in the community

    - Understand the various programmes and functions provided by the organisation

     

    • Skills/Expectations

    - Effective problem solving skills, good communications and interpersonal skills 

    - Attend training and in-house education programmes

    - Able to perform basic emergency procedures such as control bleeding, application of dressing’s slings and splints

    - Expected for duties during weekends, and/or any time after office hours, if deemed necessary

    - Capacity to meet the physical demands of the position which includes a broad range of activities, e.g. stooping, bending, lifting, grip strength and other physical requirements related to the role

    - Certified medically fit for employment by a registered medical practitioner

     

    • Personal Attributes

    - Capacity to work effectively in response to work demands (responding to client needs in a different circumstance including critical incidents) 

    - Ability to contribute to a positive team culture where members strive for highest standards of service delivery

     

    • Experience

    - Possess strong commitment to team environment dynamics with the ability to contribute expertise and follow leadership directives at appropriate times 

    - Understand care and responsibilities of job role

     


    Senior Manager/Manager, Human Resource

    You will be responsible for the full spectrum of HR functions in SPD, as well as lead and supervise the HR team to deliver HR services in the organisation.  You will also provide thought leadership to the management team and continuously improve the HR policies and systems to strengthen SPD’s ability to attract and retain capable human resources for the organisation’s purpose and mission.

     

    Responsibilities

    • Develop relationships across a wide variety of external and internal stakeholders of SPD to establish and maintain collaborative partnerships, including various government and non-government agencies that work with and/or support SPD. 
    • Work with senior management and other functional / departmental heads so as to understand all necessary aspects and needs of HR development, and to align them with HR objectives and purpose.
    • Guide and develop the people management capability of line management, supporting them in implementing HR policies and initiatives. 
    • Spearhead and manage HR projects and new initiatives.
    • Review and enhance HR policies and processes.
    • Responsible for the full spectrum of HR functions in SPD, and lead/supervise the HR team to deliver HR services such as:

    - Recruitment and selection

    - Workforce planning, EOM forecasting and budgeting

    - Compensation and benefits

    - Salary reviews, bonus payments

    - Payroll administration

    - Performance management

    - Career development and management, competency development, training and development

    - Talent management, succession planning, retention strategies

    - Employee services and counselling

    - Staff turnover, exit process

    - Manpower, salary, and employee engagement surveys

    - Compliance with statutory regulations, SPD’s internal controls and governance

    - Represent SPD in negotiating and establishing collective agreement with unionised staff

     

    Requirements

    • Degree in HR Management or equivalent 
    • Minimum 6 years’ HR work experience for the Manager position, out of which 3 years should be in a supervisory role
    • For the Senior Manager position, a minimum of 10 years’ HR work experience is required, out of which 6 years should be in a supervisory role
    • Knowledge and hands on experience in EasyPay would be an advantage
    • Possess good interpersonal and written communication skills
    • A hands-on, meticulous and self-motivated individual with strong analytical and problem solving skills

     


    Educational PsychologistChildren Services Division

    We have a community of psychologists who complement and support each other. Regular clinical supervision (group and individual) and in-house training for psychologists is provided by an SRP Approved Supervisor; additional supervisory support is provided for psychologists who are working towards the credential of Registered Psychologist (Singapore).

     

    Responsibilities

    As a member of a multi-disciplinary team in the Development Support (DS) Programme, the Educational Psychologist will play an instrumental role in on-site psycho-educational assessment, intervention and consultation to enhance educational/psychosocial/ functioning in pre-schoolers with mild developmental needs and caregivers in mainstream kindergartens and childcare centres.  You will also be actively involved providing direct therapy sessions, school briefings, case filter meetings, case reviews/IEP meetings. Close collaboration is essential with the Programme Head, clinical supervisor/s, other staff of the DS team, the child’s parents, early childhood educators. You are also required to conduct training/workshops and provide consultation to SPD staff, early childhood educators, teachers, and caregivers on aspects of cognitive, behavioural and emotional development of young children. Clear, up-to-date documentation is essential.

     

    Requirements

    • Master’s Degree in Educational/School Psychology, from an accredited university 
    • A member of Singapore Psychological Society or a registered psychologist
    • At least 2 years’ experience as an educational psychologist
    • Good communication and interpersonal skills with demonstrated ability to build relationships
    • Good organisation and planning skills
    • Leadership qualities and fluency in local languages will be an advantage

     


    Psychologist, Children Services Division 

    The primary aim of the Psychologist, Early Intervention Programme for Infants and Children (EIPIC) is to work collaboratively as part of a trans-disciplinary EIPIC team to educate families/staff/other stakeholders and support clients, to address clients’ developmental/ learning/emotional/ behavioural issues.

     

    Responsibilities

    • Key Responsibilities

    - Organise and undertake psycho-educational assessment of clients as appropriate

    - Develop and implement appropriate intervention strategies to address clients’ developmental/learning/emotional/behavioural issues

    - Participate in admissions screening of EIPIC applicants

    - Support clients throughout the EIPIC continuum, including out-of-centre placements

    - Provide consultation to support stakeholders (e.g., family and staff) in management of clients’ developmental/learning/emotional/behavioural issues

    - Support teachers in developing/implementing/monitoring clients’ IEPs

    - Maintain up-to-date records of psychologist’s assessment/intervention with clients, and consultation with families/staff/other stakeholders

    - Work closely with other EIPIC staff and clients’ parents/caregivers

    - Conduct training for SPD staff, parents/caregivers on appropriate topics, as needed

    - Submit reports, logs and assessment reports, etc., as required

     

    • Professional/Staff Development

    - Attend relevant training and courses

    - Attain/Maintain credential of Registered Psychologist (Singapore)

    - To attend and contribute regularly to a) staff Meetings, b) EIPIC and centre meetings, clinical supervision, psychology team meetings, and c) any other meetings as and when necessary

    - Be involved in networking with other community organisations

    - Participate in events organised / supported by SPD or research projects as assigned

      

    • Other Duties

    - As may be assigned from time to time by Director/Assistant Director Children Services Division and Executive Director, SPD

     

    Requirements

    • Recognised Master’s Degree in Educational or Clinical Psychology
    • Preferably, the psychologist should be registered, or eligible in the near future for registration, with the Singapore Psychological Society (SPS) as a Registered Psychologist (Singapore)
    • Good communication and interpersonal skills with demonstrated ability to build relationships
    • Good organisation and planning skills

     


     

    Training Officer, Day Activity Centre

    Provide care and activities to support our beneficiaries to increase participation and promote independence.

     

    Responsibilities

    • Implement clients’ Individual Care Plans (ICP) and monitor their progress. 
    • Plan and co-ordinate activities and events for clients using a pro-active, collaborative and creative approach.
    • Maintain client’s attendance and administrative records. 
    • Plan, develop and supervise client’s daily activities.
    • Assist clients in areas of self-care, feeding, grooming and toileting (including diaper changing).
    • Ensure client’s safety and well-being at all times.
    • Work effectively as part of a multi-disciplinary team.
    • Actively liaise with the parents, family members and/or caregivers.
    • Support ad hoc volunteer events/outings on weekends.
    • Co-ordinate and participate in case conferences to discuss clients’ development and other related matters.

     

    Requirements

    • Minimum “O” levels 
    • Professional Qualifications in Therapy Assistance/Social Service/Disability Management an advantage 
    • Experience in direct handling of adults with disabilities will be an advantage 
    • Good written and oral communication skills in English. Competency in another language is added advantage 
    • Compassionate, patient, positive and passionate about working with adults with disabilities
    • Willingness to learn and develop professionally
    • Work effectively both as an individual and in a team  
    • Commitment of care for our clients and a positive mindset towards their development and growth
    • Good interpersonal skills
    • Able to manage stress and regulate emotions

     


    Registered Nurse, SPD@Toa Payoh 

     

    Responsibilities

    • Organisation of Existing Data Records

    - Undertake and ensure safe, effective and quality nursing care to clients

    - Operate as an effective team member and co-ordinate with other colleagues to give a quality care to clients

    - Ensure continual staff clinical education/training and professional growth in nursing skills

    - Ensure clients care delivery complies with company’s policies and procedures

    - Responsible for Infection Control standards of the centre

    - Respond and co-ordinate in emergency situations

    - Attend regular meeting with centre staff

    - Involve with quality improvement projects

    - Client management – ensure high satisfaction level and quality service delivery to clients

     

    • Administration

    - Familiar with clients’ referral, registration and other administrative procedure

    - Liaise with internal and external auditor in all audit matters

     

    • Other Duties

    - Responds in an emergency

    - Any other duties may be assigned from time to time

     

     

    Requirements 

    • Qualifications

     - Registered with Singapore Nursing Board 

    - A Certificate/Diploma in Nursing and/or a Degree in Nursing. Teaching qualification is an advantage

    - Stable long term work history

    - Community service or equivalent

     

    • Skills/Expectations

    - Effective problem solving skills, good communications and interpersonal skills 

    - Ability to make sound judgement and decisive in decision making

    - Attend training and in-house education programmes

    - Certified medically fit for employment by a registered medical practitioner

     

    • Personal Attributes

    - Capacity to work effectively in response to work demands (responding to client needs in a different circumstance including critical incidents) 

    - Ability to contribute to a positive team culture where members strive for highest standards of service delivery

    - Ability to adapt to change and willingness to embrace new strategies and techniques

     


    Social Worker, Transition To Employment  

     

    Responsibilities

    To provide social work support to the clients from Transition To Employment (TTE)

     

    Casework Management 

    • Handle the initial I&R enquiries and preliminary assessment for TTE programmes. 
    • Handle financial deviation cases; assist clients to apply for financial assistance to allow them to live independently and participate in the community and employment actively. 
    • Conduct needs and intake assessment on severity, key risks and protective factors for intervention (home visit where necessary)
    • Provide counselling services to help clients and caregivers to manage issues associated with their disabilities to prepare them for vocational pursuit and/or independent community living. 
    • Conduct proper assessment of clients and submit social report with recommendations based on assessment of client and family. 
    • Network with other agencies to tap on community resources to provide intervention support to clients for the smooth transition of clients back to vocational pursuit. 
    • Participate and contribute professionally as a member of a multi-disciplinary team. 
    • To work with therapists and employment support specialists in planning for clients' individualised care plans.
    • To work with various community organisations or resources within clients’ social system to enable him/her to live independently.
    • Prepares case history information, psychosocial assessment and social work treatment plans. 
    • Document and maintain case files and prepare reports according to the required documentation standard.
    • Conduct closure of cases upon achieving sustainable service outcomes for clients.

     

    Community Work 

    • Identify the changing trends and needs of the employment scene especially for persons with disabilities. 
    • Network with potential employers for better support of persons with disabilities in their vocational pursuits. 

     

    Group Work

    • Plan and implement psycho-educational training and support groups for persons with disabilities and/or their caregivers.
    • Evaluate effectiveness of group work interventions.
    • Propose new group work intervention curriculum.

      

    Project Management

    • Assist and/or plan events, such as caregivers' appreciation day, or other projects as assigned. 

      

    Professional Development 

    • Participate in developmental programmes and supervision for personal and professional growth and development. 
    • Maintain minimum requirements for renewal of membership with professional association. 

     

    Administration 

    • Any other admin duties as required/assigned from time to time by Programme Manager (TTE)/Senior Manager (CSSD) and Executive Director, SPD.  

     

     

    Requirements

    • Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or related discipline; those with experience preferred
    • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with demonstrated ability to build relationships.

     


    Social Worker, Early Intervention Programme for Infants and Children

     

    Responsibilities

    To provide Social Work support to the children and their families in Early Intervention Programme for Infants and Children (EIPIC) programme

     

    Social Work Functions 

    • Provide casework intervention and supportive counselling to families of children attending EIPIC at the centre. 
    • Conduct Parent Support Group work sessions and caregivers training for the parents/caregivers of children attending EIPIC. 
    • Conduct home visits and school visits. 
    • Participate and contribute professionally as a member of a multi-disciplinary team in the initial screening, parent orientation and management of the children for the programme. 
    • Participate in case conferences of clients. 
    • Find out various resources for caregivers and children by collaborating with other VWOs. 

     

    Outreach Programmes 

    • Carry out public education projects. 
    • Sustain, motivate and train volunteers assisting the programme. 

     

    Supervisory

    • Provide supervision for the social work assistant for the programme.

      

    Information and Referral 

    • Serve as a primary point of direct administrative contact and liaison with the external institutions, such as SG Enable, Agency for Integrated Care, Department of Child Development, etc., under the respective programmes and parents/clients who are referred to these programmes. 
    • Provide information to parents when necessary. 
    • Network with other VWOs, hospitals, institutions and other community organisations.

      

    Professional/Staff Development 

    • Attend relevant training and courses. 
    • Attend and contribute regularly to the following staff meetings and any other meetings as and when necessary. 
    • Participate in events organised/supported by SPD where required.

     

    Administration 

    • Be responsible to and liaise with the Centre Manager/Programme Head/Director, Manager and other senior staff in all matters pertaining to administration. 
    • Engage in administrative duties relevant to departmental work. 
    • Any other duties assigned by the Director/Programme Head, EIPIC and/or Centre Manager. 

     

    Any Other Duties 

    • As may be assigned from time to time by Centre Manager/Programme Head, EIPIC/Director, Services Division and Executive Director, SPD.

     

    Requirements

    • Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or related discipline.
    • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with demonstrated ability to build relationships.

     


    Senior Occupational Therapist/Occupational Therapist

     

    Responsibilities

    We are seeking experienced Occupational Therapists who are passionate about working in the community in the following areas: Paediatric Rehabilitation (Early Intervention Programme, Continuing Therapy and Special Schools), Adult Rehabilitation, Community-Based Rehabilitation (Day Care Centres, Day Rehabilitation Centres and Nursing Homes), Vocational Rehabilitation as well as in the field of Assistive Technology.

     

    You will join a dynamic team of allied health professionals to provide a wide range of services to our partners in the community sector. You will be required to assess and identify the needs of individual clients so that appropriate therapeutic intervention and programmes may be recommended/implemented. You may also be involved in conducting group therapy and public education/outreach in certain programmes. Additionally, you will need to keep abreast of the latest research and developments on occupational therapy and be involved in networking with hospitals and other community organisations. Senior Occupational Therapists will be expected to take on supervisory and administrative roles in addition to clinical work.

     

    Requirements

    • Masters, Degree or Diploma in Occupational Therapy or its equivalent (preferably recognised by the Allied Health Professional Council).
    • Eligible for registration as Occupational Therapist under the Allied Health Professions Act 2011.
    • Good communication and interpersonal skills.
    • Fluency in local languages will be an advantage.
    • Applicants for the position of Senior Occupational Therapist should have at least 5 years of relevant working experience, including one year of clinical supervision to practicing Occupational Therapists.
    • Experience in management and multi-agency collaboration will be an advantage for Senior Occupational Therapist position. 

     


    Senior Physiotherapist/Physiotherapist

     

    Responsibilities

    We are seeking experienced Physiotherapists who are passionate about working in the community in the following areas: Paediatric Rehabilitation (Early Intervention Programme, Continuing Therapy), Adult Rehabilitation and Community-Based Rehabilitation (Day Care Centres, Day Rehabilitation Centres and Nursing Homes).

     

    You will join a dynamic team of Allied Health Professionals to provide a wide range of services to our partners in the community sector. You will be required to assess and identify the needs of individual clients so that appropriate rehabilitative treatment may be provided. You will work with clients on a one-to-one or group basis based on the level of function and severity of the disability of the clients. You may also be involved in conducting public education/outreach in certain programmes. Additionally, you will need to keep abreast of the latest research and developments on physiotherapy and be involved in networking with hospitals and other community organisations. Senior Physiotherapists will be expected to take on supervisory and administrative roles in addition to clinical work.

     

    Requirements

    • Masters, Degree or Diploma in Physiotherapy or its equivalent (preferably recognised by the Allied Health Professional Council).
    • Eligible for registration as Physiotherapist under the Allied Health Professions Act 2011.
    • Good communication and interpersonal skills.
    • Fluency in local languages will be an advantage.
    • Applicants for the position of senior physiotherapist should have at least 5 years of relevant working experience, including one year of clinical supervision to practicing Physiotherapists.
    • Experience in management and multi-agency collaboration will be an advantage for Senior Physiotherapist position. 

     


    Senior Speech Therapist/Speech Therapist

     

    Responsibilities

    We are seeking experienced Speech Therapists who are passionate about working in the community in the following areas: Paediatric Rehabilitation (Early Intervention Programme, Continuing Therapy and Special Schools), Adult Rehabilitation and Community-Based Rehabilitation (Day Care Centres and Nursing Homes).

     

    You will join a dynamic team of Allied Health Professionals to provide a wide range of services to our partners in the community sector. You will be required to assess and identify the needs of individual clients so that appropriate therapeutic intervention and programmes may be recommended/implemented. You may also be involved in conducting group therapy and public education/outreach in certain programmes. Additionally, you will need to keep abreast of the latest research and developments on speech therapy and be involved in networking with hospitals and other community organisations. Senior Speech Therapists will be expected to take on supervisory and administrative roles in addition to clinical work.

     

    Requirements

    • Masters or Degree in Speech Therapy or its equivalent (preferably recognised by the Allied Health Professional Council).
    • Eligible for registration as speech therapist under the Allied Health Professions Act 2011.
    • Good communication and interpersonal skills.
    • Fluency in local languages will be an advantage.
    • Applicants for the position of Senior Speech Therapist should have at least 5 years of relevant working experience, including one year of clinical supervision to practicing speech therapists.
    • Experience in management and multi-agency collaboration will be an advantage for Senior Speech Therapist position.
    • Fluency in local languages will be an advantage. 

     


    Senior Teacher, Early Intervention Programme for Infants and Children

     

    Responsibilities

    To assist the Centre Manager in:

    • Identifying staff training and development needs
    • Mentoring, supervising and evaluating the teaching staff in relation to the teaching and learning programmes, which entails i) providing support and encouragement to Teachers and Teacher Assistants in order to ensure a high standard of professionalism in their service delivery, ii) providing classroom observations, examining lesson plans and written assignments etc, iii) checking teaching files and documentation periodically, and iv) participating in performance appraisal of teaching staff including recommendation for confirmation of staff appointment.
    • Planning of the classroom allocations, placement of teaching staff and class time-tabling.
    • Checking class registers and monitoring attendance of clients and teaching staff.
    • Developing standard operating procedures and guidelines that facilitate smooth operation of the centre.
    • Recruitment of teaching staff.
    • All activities and matters of the centre, as directed by the Centre Manager.
    • Recommending and organising teaching/learning materials and to encourage their effective use in the classrooms.
    • Conducting orientation for of newly recruited teaching staff.
    • Be involved in the process for new intakes of pupils (e.g. initial screening) and internal transfers between classes.
    • Supervising Teachers and Teacher Assistants.
    • Curriculum development and case discussions.
    • In-service training for Teachers and Teacher Assistants.
    • Regulation of duties and discipline of teaching staff of the classes in-charge.
    • Planning, participating and chairing case conferences.
    • Planning and procuring necessary resources for the centre.
    • Leading and/or participating in special projects (e.g. EIPIC Consultancy Project).
    • Supervising external students on placement (e.g. ADECI) with centre.
    • To teach 21 hours a week or as directed by the Centre Manager
    • To attend relevant training and courses
    • To attend and contribute regularly to i) staff meetings, ii) any other meetings where necessary
    • To be involved in networking with other community organisations.
    • To participate in events organised/supported by SPD or research projects as assigned
    • Any other duties may be assigned from time to time by Director, Services Division and Executive Director, SPD

     

    Requirements

    • Minimum Diploma in Special Education/Advanced Diploma in Early Childhood Intervention (Special Needs), with relevant teaching experience.
    • At least 5 years of experience in teaching children with special needs.
    • Good communication and interpersonal skills.
    • Experienced in working with young children using English as a medium of instruction. 

     


    Teacher, Early Intervention Programme for Infants and Children

     

    Responsibilities

    As a member of a multi-disciplinary team in the rehabilitation service, you will play an instrumental role in the development and implementation of Individual Educational Programme (IEP) for the child with learning needs. You are responsible for the planning and teaching of early childhood curriculum to the children; and work with the therapists in the team to empower the primary caregivers with the needed techniques to carry out intervention plans both at home and in class. You will also assist in the supervision of the Teacher Assistants assigned to your class.

     

    Requirements

    • Minimum Diploma in Early Childhood/Pre-School Teaching/Early Years/Special Education, with relevant teaching experience.
    • Advanced Diploma in Early Childhood Intervention (Special Needs) preferred.
    • Good communication and interpersonal skills.
    • Experienced in working with young children using English as a medium of instruction. 

     


    Teacher Assistant, Early Intervention Programme for Infants and Children

     

    Responsibilities

    As a member of a multi-disciplinary team in the rehabilitation service, you will need to assist the teachers during lessons, supervising the children in areas of feeding, grooming, toilet training and/or other daily living skills training sessions. You will help manage the children's behaviour using appropriate behaviour intervention techniques, ensure safe arrival and departure of the children to the classroom; and take care of the children during field trips or out-of-class activities. You are responsible for the clerical duties associated with classroom activities, as well as the preparation of materials for classroom teaching. You need to maintain good rapport with the teachers, parents/caregivers, volunteers and other staff members.

     

    Requirements

    • Minimum 5 GCE 'O' or 'A' Level credits.
    • Experienced in working with young children using English as a medium of instruction.
    • Good communication and interpersonal skills as well as being a team player. 

     


     

    E-mail us at HR Personnel for more information.