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Interventionist - Early Intervention Programme

Classroom Interventionists oversee the education and training of students with physical, emotional, mental, and learning disabilities.
They assist in designing the programme and deliver lessons geared towards the individual needs and capabilities of the students under their supervision.

The Role:

  • Set learning goals for each student, assess their progress, and record their evaluations.
  • Set up materials and equipment to help the lead interventionist prepare lessons
  • Collaborate with other classroom teachers, therapists to provide an integrated plan for developing the capacities of their students.
  • Help plan for the transition of their students to productive lives after the completion of their time at the First Connections Programme.
  • Supervise children and enforce school policies
    Assist students with daily tasks

Minimum Requirements:

  • Degree in Psychology or related field.
  • Proficient in oral and written English communication skills, interpersonal skills and computer proficiency, including the ability to use Microsoft Office programmes
  • Willing to be proactive in implementing curriculum
  • Bright, friendly, and energetic
  • Dedicated to developing children
  • Capacity to work effectively both independently and as part of a multidisciplinary team.

New graduates encouraged to apply!

Classroom Assistant - Early Intervention Programme

Classroom assistant provides support to classroom interventionist/lead interventionist, helping to set up tasks and implement instructional processes.
This job involves preparing activities for the day under the instruction of the interventionist/lead interventionist, supervising the children under their care, and ensuring the classroom stays organised and safe.
Due to the students’ young age, classroom assistants take on a combination of educational and child-care duties.
This role is well suited to people who are patient, have good attention to detail, and have experience working with both neurotypical and neurodiverse children.

The Role:

  • Prepare daily activities
  • Set up materials and equipment to help interventionist/lead interventionist prepare lessons
  • Maintain a clean and safe classroom environment
  • Supervise children and enforce school policies
  • Assist students with daily tasks

Minimum Requirements:

  • Must process at least SPM level education/ Diploma
  • Proficient in oral and written English communication skills, interpersonal skills and computer proficiency, including the ability to use Microsoft Office programmes
  • Willing to be proactive in implementing curriculum
  • Bright, friendly, and energetic
  • Dedicated to child development
  • Capacity to work effectively both independently and as part of a multidisciplinary team.

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