Career With Us

Itinerant Executive (Itinerant Support Services)

Responsibilities:

  1. Learning Support related duties
    • To provide learning support to students with hearing loss who are attending mainstream schools from preschool to secondary level in the areas of English, Mathematics and cognitive skills.
    • To conduct 1-to-1 learning support sessions with ISS clients in schools located island-wide.
    • Assess and identify educational/developmental needs of student with hearing loss.
    • To educate students on self-advocacy skills.
    • Develop, implement and review appropriate intervention plans in line with the student’s individual education plan and monitor progress.
    • Liaise and work with teachers, parents and other stakeholders involved through schools visits, meetings, reviews etc.
    • Plan and conduct workshops/activities during school holidays.
  2. Services and Programmes delivery related duties
    • Prepare and maintain documentations, report and records.
    • To be involved in outreach efforts to schools to increase awareness of ISS services.
    • Ensure services and programmes are delivered in a professional and ethnical manner and recommend changes to meet current needs.
    • Work collaboratively with a multi professional team.
  3. Any other reasonable and lawful duties as assigned by Supervisor.

Requirements:

  • At least a diploma or degree in special education, early childhood or psychology, or
  • NIE-trained and/or Ex-MOE School Teachers (left service for not more than 3 years).
  • Able to work independently and in a team setting.
  • Has good communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Has experience working with students with hearing loss would be an advantage.
  • Willing to learn Sign Language and Deaf Culture.
  • A heart to serve the Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing community.

 


Speech Therapist (Itinerant Support Services)

Responsibilities:

  1. To assess and identify individual needs of students with hearing loss..
  2. To develop and implement appropriate intervention plans.
  3. To work collaboratively with a multi-professional team.
  4. To liaise and work with teachers, parents and other stakeholders involved.
  5. To provide consultation and training to teachers, parents and other stakeholders.
  6. To prepare and maintain documentations, reports and records.

Requirements:

  • At least a Degree in Speech-Language Pathology.
  • Obtained full registration from Allied Health Professions Council.
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Good knowledge of hearing tests and assistive listening devices such as hearing aid, and experience working with children with hearing loss would be an advantage.
  • A heart to serve the Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing community.

 


Case Manager (Community Services)

Responsibilities:

  1. Provide casework and counselling for deaf clients.
  2. Assess clients’ needs and develop care plan.
  3. Keep and maintain records.
  4. Provide reports and reviews.
  5. Work alongside with a multi-disciplinary team.
  6. Conduct home visits.
  7. Do any duties as assigned.

Requirements:

  • Degree in Social Work, Psychology & Counselling.
  • Preferably with some years of volunteering experience within the Deaf community.
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Willing to learn Sign Language and Deaf Culture.
  • A heart to serve the Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing community.

 


Employment Support Officer(Community Services)

Responsibilities:

  1. Employment-related support to Deaf clients (pre- and post-recruitment including job matching and follow-up, skills training, guidance and counselling).
  2. Networking with employers that are open to hire Deaf individuals.
  3. Educating employers on working with the Deaf.
  4. Liaising with other agencies / training providers to organize trainings for clients.
  5. Keeping records and submitting reports.

Requirements:

  • A university degree in any discipline: those without a degree and with relevant experience and expertise may also apply.
  • Preferably with some years of volunteering experience within the Deaf community.
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Able to travel islandwide on a regular basis.
  • Willing to learn Sign Language and Deaf Culture.
  • A heart to serve the Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing community.

For all the positions,  detailed resume and cover letter, including current and expected salary, should be emailed to careers@sadeaf.org.sg

Note that only shortlisted candidates will be notified.