Senior Early Interventionist
Job no: 492334
Work type: Contract, Permanent (Full-time)
Location: Margaret Drive, Yishun Park
Make an impact as a Senior Early Interventionist!
Rainbow Centre envisions a world where persons with disabilities are empowered and thriving in inclusive communities. The early intervention programme provides educational and therapy support services to support the attainment of developmental skills in young children with disabilities.
To enable this, the Senior Early Interventionist leads a teaching team, partners family members, allied professionals, community and other relevant stakeholders, engages in reflective practice and professional and personal development, and continuously seeks to innovate and enhance teaching and learning practices. He/she is responsible for leading a teaching team in its planning, delivery, and evaluation of teaching and learning for the students in his/her care, and in its close collaboration with allied professionals, caregivers and other key stakeholders.
The Senior Early Interventionist models quality teaching and learning, and promotes continuous growth in the teaching team through guiding teachers in towards excellence in practices in curriculum, pedagogy and assessment for student learning and development
Lead a teaching team in quality teaching and learning for optimal student development
Facilitate collaboration & provide leadership for student development & organisational effectiveness
Develop self and others, engaging in reflective practice and professional and personal development, to continuously innovate and enhance teaching and learning practices
Possess a Degree in Early Intervention or relevant degree/diploma with an Advanced Diploma in Early Childhood Intervention (Special Needs) (ADECISN); or possess a relevant degree/diploma with NIEC Specialist Diploma in Early Childhood Intervention/Certificate in Autism and Higher Certificate in Autism
At least 6 years of experience as a classroom teacher, with at least 3 years experience working in an early intervention setting with proven ability to lead a teaching team and work in a transdisciplinary setting
Able to handle the physical demands of the role, such as lifting and carrying the students and equipment, and cleaning and maintaining equipment and facilities.
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to establish and maintain good relationships with internal and external stakeholders
At Rainbow Centre we envision a world where persons with disabilities are empowered and thriving in inclusive communities. We are always on the lookout for people who share our values, who are passionate about serving persons with disabilities and their families; and who are keen to continuously learn so that they can bring their best to the people we serve.
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