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VICE-PRINCIPALS

Seeking Vice Principals to deliver quality education outcomes for students with autism. Join us in our mission to develop each child to the best of his potential in both Singapore mainstream academics and life skills.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Ensure quality delivery of effective differentiated classroom lesson teaching to maximise MOE’s mainstream academic and non-academic potential of students.
  • Lead in curriculum development and implementation process to ensure effectiveness and adherence to national examination and skills certification standards.
  • Ensure effective implementation and meeting of student’s Individual Education Plan (IEP) and Individual Behaviour Plan (IBP) goals.
  • Coach and develop teaching staff’s capability in lesson delivery, class management and student support strategies for effective learning.
  • Ensure efficient deployment of teaching staff to optimise resources and meet students’ learning needs.
  • Participate in Student Admission and Review processes to ensure students are placed in accordance to their learning capability and development potential.
  • Lead in management of integration activities to provide meaningful learning opportunities for student in the development of their social skills.
  • Ensure good alignment in time-tabling, resource and curriculum planning with our satellite schools.
  • Partner with Corporate Services function to ensure school’s planning and operational needs are met effectively and efficiently.
  • Mentor and supervise Track Heads to ensure Key Performance Indicators are met and Track Heads are developed to their fullest potential.

Requirements:

  • Masters / Degree in any discipline but in education is preferred
  • At least 5 years of proven track record in the capacity of senior management and/or educational leadership position.
  • Passion for educating and interacting with youth and children.
  • A dynamic and highly driven individual with strong communication, analytical and decision making skills.
  • Strong organizational and supervisory skills, meticulous and resourceful.
  • Ability to work in a fast paced, dynamic and challenging work environment with people of various management levels.
  • Desire to learn about Autism and the passion to contribute to the delivery of quality services to the autism community and stakeholders involved.
  • Must be willing to undergo our comprehensive recruitment process including competency assessment and job simulations for best job match as well as alignment to our Mission, Vision and Values.





EDUCATOR (WITH MAINSTREAM TEACHING EXPERIENCE)

Responsibilities:

  • Deliver effective differentiated classroom teaching of lessons to maximise mainstream academic and non-academic potential of students
  • Implement, monitor and work towards meeting students’ Individual Education Plan (IEP) goals
  • Prepare students for successful participation in national exams
  • Collaborate effectively with students’ parents to generalise skills learnt in school
  • Organise and conduct integration activities to teach students appropriate social communication and interaction skills

Requirements:

  • Relevant experience and recognised qualifications in teaching Singapore mainstream academics at primary/secondary school level
  • Candidates without teaching qualifications may be considered for Educator (with no mainstream teaching experience) position
  • Passion to help special needs students maximise their talents and potential
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English
  • Strong critical-thinking and creativity to develop learning strategies
  • Good instructional skills to explain concepts clearly





LEARNING SUPPORT ASSOCIATE

Responsibilities:

  • Support the implementation of students’ behaviour support plans for positive and quality student education outcomes
  • Recognise and respond effectively to students’ behaviour escalation signs and triggers
  • Create opportunities for and facilitate practice of adaptive behaviours
  • Track and monitor students’ progress
  • Supervise students to ensure safety
  • Provide necessary support to students to ensure smooth class transitions

Requirements:

  • A Polytechnic Diploma in any specialisation or currently pursuing a part-time Degree in Psychology or related field
  • Desire to learn about autism and the patience to teach special needs students
  • Passion to help special needs students maximise their talents and potential
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills in English
  • Strong problem-solving and organisational skills





ASSOCIATE PSYCHOLOGIST / SENIOR PSYCHOLOGIST

Responsibilities:

Assessment:

  • Conduct functional behaviour analysis and develop Individual Behaviour Plans (IBPs)
  • Conduct screening assessments related to school admission, examination accommodations and other Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) related assessments

Intervention:

  • Plan and execute intervention programmes for students with autism in group or individual
  • therapy settings
  • Enskill key partners to apply educational and behavioural techniques to carry out intervention plans at home and in class
  • Provide behaviour management support to students and attend to school student behavior crisis line

Secondary Intervention:

  • Coordinate activities related to case management of students
  • Facilitate training for caregivers / staff

Requirements:

  • A Masters in Psychology or equivalent
  • At least 1 – 2 years (for Assoc. Psychologist / Psychologist) and 3 – 5 years (for Senior
  • Psychologist) of relevant working experience in the same or related field
  • A membership with Singapore Psychological Society, or eligible for full registration
  • Desire to learn about autism and the passion to serve the autism community and their
  • families
  • Ability to work independently and as a team member in a fast paced work environment
  • Strong problem-solving and organisational skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English





AUTISM THERAPIST / SENIOR AUTISM THERAPIST

Responsibilities:

  • Plan and execute intervention programmes for students with autism in group or individual therapy settings
  • Enskill key partners to apply educational and behavioural techniques to carry out intervention plans at home and in class
  • Coordinate activities related to case management of students
  • Provide behaviour management support to students and attend to school student behaviour crisis lineConduct screening assessments related to school admission

In addition, a Senior Autism Therapist will:

  • Coach new therapists on assessments and behaviour management
  • Coordinate departmental functions

Requirements:

  • A Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology (2nd Upper Honours and above)
  • At least 1 – 2 years (for Autism Therapist) and 5 years (for Senior Autism Therapist) of relevant working experience in the same or related field
  • Desire to learn about autism and the passion to serve the autism community and their families
  • Ability to work independently and as a team member in a fast paced work environment
  • Strong problem-solving and organisational skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English





SPEECH LANGUAGE THERAPIST

Responsibilities:

  • Assess and identify speech, language and functional communication needs in children with Autism
  • Assess formally and informally a student's current profile, the influence of the communication partner and the learning environment across everyday situations
  • Participate in a Collaborative Consultation Model with the members of the intervention team, teachers, and families for the purpose of providing requested information, reviewing student's communication therapy goals/objectives, developing plans for services and/or making recommendations to implement goals
  • Implement evidence-based therapeutic activities and instruct students, teachers, parents and other involved persons for the purpose of facilitating effective communication for students and/or supporting the student's IEP plan for use in the classroom
  • Present information (e.g. student assessment findings, coaching feedback, etc.) for the purpose of communicating information, gaining and providing feedback to others
  • Make necessary referrals to external speech language therapy services when intervention needs exceed classroom intervention scope
  • Provide AAC training, consultation and instruction to teachers on the use of alternative/augmentative communication supports
  • Research for resources and methods (e.g. intervention and treatment techniques, assessment tools and methods, community resources, etc.) for the purpose of determining the appropriate approach for addressing student's functional goals
  • Maintain files and/or records (e.g. assessment notes, progress reports, coaching logs, etc.) for the purpose of documenting activities and/or follow standard operational procedures
  • Maintain inventory equipment and supplies in clean and proper working condition for the purpose of implementing therapy goals

Requirements:

  • Possess a Master's Degree in Speech and Language Pathology
  • Fully registered with the Allied Health Professional Council (AHPC)
  • Relevant working experience as a Speech and Language Therapist in a school or hospital setting is preferred
  • Evident proficiency in English Language
  • Strong organizational and analytical skills
  • Ability to work well in a team
  • Desire to learn about Autism and expand knowledge base
  • Passion to work with children and adolescents with autism and their families to maximize their learning and potential





OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST

Responsibilities:

  • Adapt school and classroom environment, tools and materials for the purpose of improving student functioning and facilitating student access to curricular and instructional activities
  • Assess students' fine motor and development skills for purpose of determining their needs and develop recommendations
  • Implement therapeutic activities for providing appropriate care to students and/or support the student's IEP plan for use in classrooms
  • Participate in collaborative consultation model to provide requested information, review/revise students' occupational therapy goals, develop plans for services and make recommendations to implement goals
  • Maintain files/records, intervention equipment and supplies
  • Provide training, consultation, and instruction to teachers on the use of adaptive devices and equipment for the purpose of ensuring such devices are used appropriately and achieves optimal benefits
  • Research for resources and methods (e.g. intervention and treatment techniques) for the purpose of determining the appropriate approach for addressing students' functional goals

Requirements:

  • Possess a Degree / Post-graduate Qualification in Occupational Therapy
  • Fully registered or qualifies to be registered with the Allied Health Professional Council (AHPC)
  • Relevant working experience as an Occupational Therapist with children in a school or hospital setting is preferred
  • Evident proficiency in English Language
  • Strong organizational and analytical skills
  • Ability to work well in a team
  • Desire to learn about Autism and expand knowledge base
  • Passion to work with children and adolescents with autism and their families to maximize their learning and potential





EARLY INTERVENTION TEACHER

Responsibilities:

  • Plan and execute intervention programmes for students with autism aged 2 to 6 years old in group or individual therapy settings
  • Empower primary caregivers with educational and behavioural techniques to carry out intervention plans at home and in class

Requirements:

  • A Diploma / Degree in Early Childhood Education and/or relevant teaching experience
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills in English
  • Strong organisational skills
  • Ability to work well in a team
  • Desire to learn about autism and the patience to teach special needs students
  • Passion to help special needs students maximise their talents and potential





IT MANAGER

Responsibilities:

  • Leverage the organization’s need with emerging technology
  • Align technology to the organization strategy, direction and objectives
  • Manage and direct overall technology operation
  • Build and promote technology awareness and influence its usage as a tool of productivity and efficiency
  • Manage and build leadership among the technology team
  • Provide the organization with an infrastructure and solutions that supports growth, productivity and efficiency
  • Develop standard operating procedures and policies
  • Manage and ensure IT & AV Services audit and quality related compliance
  • Ensure IT & AV Services are operational and secured

Requirements:

  • Degree in Electronics & Communication Engineering/Computer Science/Engineering
  • In-Depth Knowledge in IT related areas: Firewall, TCP/IP, Microsoft SQL Server, Application Design & Development, Database systems
  • In-Depth Knowledge in AV related areas: Video Conferencing Systems, Audio/Visual systems for events, meetings and conferences
  • At least 5 years’ experience in IT & AV Services Related field  
  • Ability to work in a fast paced, dynamic and challenging work environment
  • A genuine desire to serve the special needs community





TRAINER (3D DESIGN)

Responsibilities:

  • Management – 3D Design & Production
    • Project manage and execute the 3D Design and Production of Merchandises in the Pathlight Mall
    • Convert 3D Designs into standard Design project templates for enhanced and efficient production
    • Assist and Support 3D Design adaptations of Students’ work onto merchandise
    • Good understanding of materials used for 3D print production
    • Conceptualize, propose and implement a structured Operational Blueprint, SOP and KPIs on 3D Design & Production as a service within the School serving internal clients
  • Training – 3D Design & Production
    • Conceptualize, Develop and conduct 3D Design & Production Training Courses for students, teachers and School Staff
    • Propose 3D Design & Production workshops for students during School Holidays. This includes, but not limited to 3D Design & Production Taster workshops, 3D Design & Production competencies-based curriculum
    • Propose startup of 3D Design & Production afterschool interest group or CCA
  • Training – General ICT
    • Conceptualize, Develop and conduct ICT Training courses for students, teachers and school staff
    • Conceptualize, Develop and conduct ICT Training for School Based CCA Clubs and prepare students for National Competition (if any)
  • Communication            
    • Relays relevant IT/ITDA-related information all staff
    • Point of contact on all 3D Design & Production support matters  
    • Responds/acts on leader's direction
  • General Office Support
    • Provides timely and accurate GO support during School-Wide Events, etc.
  • Internal Operations
    • Strictly adhere and preserve confidentiality of all Information pertaining to Training and Scope of Work;
    • Regularly gives status reports across projects and addresses issues as appropriate;
    • Complies with and helps to enforce standard school policies.

Requirements:

  • At least 2 years’ experience in 3D (Design & Production) in a Major Design House and also running projects independently
  • Proficient in SketchUpPro, Sculptris, 3D Studio Max, Solidworks
  • Good knowledge of design software, such as Photoshop & Illustrator
  • Animation knowledge are an added advantage
  • Capable of designing by hand sketching as well as 3D computer visualisation, is a plus
  • Understanding of product design and marketing angles
  • Convert designs into standard templates for fast production
  • Good communication skills
  • Fast learner - always up to date with latest Teaching Pedagogy and 3D (Design & Production)





SENIOR IT SYSTEMS SPECIALIST

Responsibilities:

  • Systems Infrastructure Management
    • Administration & Management of School IT Systems’ Infrastructure and Services
    • Implement & Monitor School’s IT Services at the School level across all sites
    • Assist in Design, Planning and Administration of the School’s IT Services for all Campuses and Satellite Schools
  • Support – Services (Offsite & Onsite)          
    • Administer, manage and support all services such as User Authentication, Communication, Equipment Readiness, School Wide Systems, Specialised Applications and all other services related projects
    • Support and work with IT Specialist (Projects) on projects
  • IT & AV support (with IT Team)
    • Provide support for IT & AV needs on events, trainings and troubleshooting, as well as technical support for classrooms across all Campuses and Satellite sites when necessary
    • Manage IT Hotline and Helpdesk email
    • Work with IT Support Engineer to manage and oversee the administration and maintenance of all computer stations and software
    • Manage routine replacement of equipment
    • Provide training Support for all IT & AV requests and needs
  • Helpdesk Administration            
    • Oversees with team members on all help desk activities
    • Respond and resolve escalated IT-related helpdesk issues
    • Point of contact on all IT-related support matters
  • Management
    • Ensure Systems and Service readiness with appropriate monitoring
    •  Ensure proper renewal of necessary IT Systems and Services
    • Strictly adhere and preserve confidentiality of all IT Systems and Services
    • Regularly provide status reports across projects and address issues as appropriate
    • Comply with school-wide policies and procedures
    • Assist in the development of standard operating procedures and policies
  • Other Support / Areas of Work
    • Provide timely and accurate support to the General Office Team during School-Wide Events etc
    • Complies with and helps to enforce standard school policies
    • Any other responsibilities as and when required by your Supervisor and the Department

Requirements:

  • Minimum a NTC – Grade 2 certificate in Engineering disciplines
  • Minimum 2 years of experience in Technical and Facilities Operations and Maintenance
  • Strong organizational skills with strong detail orientation
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills in English, with proficiency in using Microsoft Office applications
  • Ability to work in a fast paced, dynamic and challenging work environment
  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively with team
  • Desire to learn about Autism and possess the passion to serve the special needs community





JOB COACH CUM TRAINER

Responsibilities:

Conduct Job placement through assessment and job matching:

  • Conducting Vocational Assessments using Standardized Assessment Tools & Informal Assessment on trainee’s strength/needs, learning characteristics, job preferences
  • Developing coaching plans
  • Conducting meetings with parents to discuss collaborations

Provide on and off-site Coaching:

  • Off-job-site Coaching in accordance to WSQ Curriculum
  • On-site Observation of trainee’s work performance
  • On-site Job Coaching

Conduct Training:

  • Assist in modifying and updating training materials
  • Train students in nationally certified vocational courses

Others:

  • Provide written updates to trainees’ parents on training/coaching progress
  • Participate in Pathlight School events and activities

Requirements:

  • A Degree in any faculty (Preferably in Psychology)
  • Desire to learn about Autism and the patience to teach special needs students
  • Passion to help special needs students maximize their talents and potential
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English
  • Ability to work independently and as a team member in a fast paced work environment
  • Strong problem-solving and organizational skills





JOB SUPPORT ASSISTANT

Responsibilities:

  • Implementing customized coaching strategies to help clients succeed in the workplace under the supervision or guidance of job coaches, case managers and autism consultants
  • Preparing documents, reports and other communication materials, where necessary, for the purpose of communicating information to parents, documenting site observations or incidence reporting
  • Providing job training and support at external worksites to ensure clients meet work expectations of the employer
  • Support clients in integrating in workplace environment, including managing relationships with co-workers and supervisors
  • Participating in meetings and trainings to develop relevant knowledge and skills

Requirements:

  • Minimum ‘O’ levels with at least 3 years of work experience.
  • Able to travel to offsite work locations, i.e. employer work sites, with possibility of more than one location a day
  • Possess effective communication skills as required to communicate with external employers and workplace co-workers
  • Possess basic computer literacy
  • Possess a nurturing nature with a desire and passion to serve and advance the cause of the special needs community





ASSISTANT EXECUTIVE, CORPORATE SERVICES

Responsibilities:

  • Front Desk Reception
    • Attend to walk-in / phone-in / email queries and/or direct it to relevant personnel
    • Attend to distribution of incoming mail & faxes, outgoing mail and courier duties
    • Collect payment on behalf of AITC, Enrichment, EIP and other services.
  • Membership Services Administration
    • Database Administration, ARC Subscription Renewals, etc
    • Administrative preparation for Annual General Meeting and related events
  • General Administrative Support
    • Liaise with external vendors for replenish stationeries, equipment and postal stamps, etc
    • Provide admin support beyond office hours for special events, e.g.  AITC Training workshops
    • Prepare and display monthly publication of scoreboards from all ARC programmes.
  • Fundraising/Awareness Events and Donations Admin
    • Provide Secretariat and logistical support for organizational events and meetings
    • Process incoming donations which includes preparing acknowledgement letters, maintaining donor database and other administrative support.

Requirements:

  • Minimum ‘A’ Levels / Diploma
  • At least 2 years of relevant work experience
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills in English
  • Good organisation skills with strong detail orientation
  • Ability to work independently as well as within a team
  • Ability to work in a fast paced, dynamic and challenging work environment
  • A genuine desire to serve the special needs community





FACILITIES TECHNICIAN

Responsibilities:

  • Perform routine inspection to ensure all facilities, systems and equipment are in good working condition
  • Update and submit checklists and daily occurrence records
  • Monitor, follow-up and report on maintenance issues
  • Track and monitor the preventive maintenance schedule
  • Respond and follow-up on enquires and requests from staff on facilities in the School
  • Liaise with and supervise vendors / contractors during servicing and maintenance of School facilities, systems and equipment
  • Perform hands-on minor repair works, replacement and troubleshooting
  • Provide logistics support and ensure readiness of facilities, meeting rooms and classrooms for School’s examinations and events
  • Any other responsibilities as and when required by the Operations & Estate Management Team

Requirements:

  • Minimum a NTC – Grade 2 certificate in Engineering disciplines
  • Minimum 3 years of experience in Technical and Facilities Operations and Maintenance
  • Ability to work in a fast paced, dynamic and challenging work environment
  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively with team
  • Desire to learn about Autism and possess the passion to serve the special needs community

 






FACILITIES EXECUTIVE

Responsibilities:

  • Plan and manage activities pertaining to the effective maintenance and management of the facilities in the School
  • Manage and liaise with contractors, agents and vendors in fulfilling their contractual obligations
  • Manage renewal of term contracts and update the contractual records
  • Respond and follow-up on enquires and requests from staff on facilities in the School
  • Source for quotations to carry out maintenance works, evaluate and submit recommendation for approval
  • Update and manage the preventive maintenance schedule
  • Administer the planning and implementation of additions, routine changes and major modifications
  • Oversee building and facility-related asset purchases and management on a school-wide basis
  • Management of inventory lists for all equipment and items
  • Verify payments and claims from vendors / contractors
  • Manage the renewal and compliance of necessary building and facilities permits and inspections
  • Recognise and present necessary improvements
  • Provide logistics support to School’s examinations and events
  • Ensure readiness of facilities, meeting rooms and classrooms for School’s examinations and events
  • Any other responsibilities as and when required by the Operations & Estate Management Team

Requirements:

  • Minimum Diploma in Building Management / Facilities Management / Engineering, or relevant
  • Minimum 2 years of experience in Technical and Facilities Operations and Maintenance
  • Strong organizational skills with strong detail orientation
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills in English, with proficiency in using Microsoft Office applications
  • Ability to work in a fast paced, dynamic and challenging work environment
  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively with team
  • Desire to learn about Autism and possess the passion to serve the special needs community