Relief Learning Facilitator, Special Education
Job no: 492393
Work type: Relief/Temporary/Casual
Location: All locations
Always wanted an opportunity to understand more about students with special needs? Look no further!
We are looking for Relief Learning Facilitators across our three campuses in Singapore. The Relief Learning Facilitator will join the teaching team of our Special Education Programme, which caters to students between 7-18 years old, on a short-term, causal or temporary basis.
You will work under the guidance of experienced educators to provide quality learning experiences for students and support the best deliverance of the curriculum. This is achieved through assisting in the implementation of lessons, supporting the students’ learning through various learning intervention and behaviour management strategies. This is an entry position for individuals passionate about teaching students with disabilities and on-the-job training will be provided.
Teaching students with disabilities can be physically demanding – you may be lifting and carrying students and equipment and will be expected to clean and maintain equipment and facility. At all times, the Relief Learning Facilitator must take precautions to ensure the health and safety of students.
Do also note this role will be on a short-term contract basis, to provide you the opportunity to explore this sector of work. Candidates who perform well as a Relief Learning Facilitator can be subsequently considered for a full-time position with us.
GCE 'O' Level
Ensure the health and safety of our students
A team player - to act with integrity and be able to work in teams
To respect the intrinsic and unique worth of every individual, and serve with compassion and dedication to discover, build and celebrate the ability of each person.
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 keep learning so they can bring their best to the people we serve.
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