EIPIC Teacher

EIPIC Teacher

Responsibilities Requirement Job Category: Working with children Job Type: Full Time Apply for this position Full Name *Email *Phone *Cover Letter *Upload CV/Resume *Allowed Type(s): .pdf, .doc, .docxBy using this [...]


  • Lead and conduct classes under the direction and supervision of the Senior Teachers/Assistant Senior Teacher/Reporting Manager. This entails the following:
  • Assess the developmental needs of the children and plan Individual Educational Programme (IEP) and Progress Report (PR) to address the needs of the children in the assigned classes.
  • Manage or chair case conference discussions with parents, caregivers, teachers and therapists/ Allied Health Professionals (AHPs).
  • Plan, facilitate and evaluate quality intervention strategies, developmentally and culturally appropriate classroom activities, experiences and environments for the children through the lessons.
  • Monitor, assess, record and report development and progress of the children. Reporting is necessary for home visit, centre visit, discharge and Special Education (SPED) application.
  • Conduct individual and group activities (including field trips) for the children.
  • Conduct home visits and centre visits along with other staff members of the professional team.
  • Share responsibilities for the upkeep and maintenance of the classrooms to ensure cleanliness and safety of the environment, as well as the sourcing, purchasing, creating and inventory of all equipment, teaching aids and resources in the classrooms.
  • Cover classes/ sessions whenever necessary and share responsibilities on all matters pertaining to the assigned classes.
  • Monitor attendance of children and ensure proper health check and temperature taking of the children.
  • Work in close liaison with the staff members of the professional team that includes other teachers, teacher aides and therapists/ AHPs.
  • Guide Assistant Teachers/ Teacher Aides in executing intervention and development strategies in collaboration with parents, caregivers, other teachers and therapists/ AHPs.
  • Guide parents and caregivers in executing intervention and development strategies for the children.
  • Maintain regular contact or communications with parents and caregivers through the various communication modalities such as the communication book, electronic systems or applications, telephone and emails.
  • Report any accident or injury, that may occur to a child, to the Reporting Manager, and to record it in the Incident/Accident Record Book.
  • Conduct sharing or training on topics related to teaching during in-house teacher training sessions, and topics relevant to caregivers during caregiver support programme.
  • Professional/ Staff Development
  • Other Duties as assigned from time to time by Assistant Director/ Director of Children Services Division and Chief Executive Officer of SPD.


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

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