Sign Language Interpreter (Deaf Access Services)
- To undertake interpretation work, ie. from Singapore Sign Language (SgSL) to English, and from English to SgSL.
- To assist in the following:
Outreach programme through, but not limited to,
(i) Community Interpreter Recruitment Talks, &
(ii) Sign Language Interpreter Awareness Talks.
Volunteer Management in the organisation and execution of, but not limited to,
(i) Interpreter training sessions,
(ii) Interpreter or SADeaf organised events/activities, &
(iii) Yearly retreat.
(i) Develop and maintain resources relating to sign language interpretation.
- To attend related committee or external meetings and write the minutes.
- Ensure that services are delivered in a professional and ethical manner according to the Professional Code of Conduct.
- To perform any other reasonable and lawful duties as assigned by the Supervisor.
- A university degree preferred
- Fluent in Singapore Sign Language and English
- Good communication and interpersonal skills
- Willing to work on weekends and weeknights, when necessary
- Willing to travel island-wide on a regular basis
Detailed resume and cover letter, including current and expected salary, should be emailed to email@example.com
Speech Therapist cum Audiologist (Itinerant Support Services)
- To assess and identify individual needs of students with hearing loss.
- To develop and implement appropriate intervention plans.
- To evaluate of hearing and related disorders of the auditory system, as well as providing audiological rehabilitation to children and adults.
- To conduct screening and diagnostic audiological assessments, for both paediatric and adult populations.
- To perform hearing aid evaluations, conduct hearing aid trials, counsel and provide recommendation of appropriate hearing aids.
- Patients are fitted with chosen hearing aid, counsel on device usage, warranty, proper care and general maintenance.
- Hearing aid follow-up, Verify and validate hearing aid setting Conduct outcome measures to determine the benefit hearing aid fitting.
- To work collaboratively with a multi-professional team.
- To liaise and work with teachers, parents and other stakeholders involved.
- To provide consultation and training to teachers, parents and other stakeholders.
- To prepare and maintain documentations, reports and records.
- At least a Degree in Speech-Language Pathology.
- Preferably candidate who is a certified Audiologist.
- 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.
Detailed resume and cover letter, including current and expected salary, should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Senior Learning Support Educator (Senior ISS-LSE)
Reporting to the Senior Case Manager; the Senior ISS-LSE is to oversee the learning support unit. He or she is to provide learning support to the Itinerant Support Service (ISS) in its service to the deaf and hearing loss students in the pre-schools, mainstream schools and institutions.
Learning Support related duties:
- To provide face-to-face learning support sessions 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 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
- To oversee Learning Support unit and provide management support to the team which include assigning of cases.
- To work with Learning Support Educators in strategizing and meeting KPI as set by funders.
- To conduct review of Learning Support SOP and analyse processes for improvements.
- To be the liaison person for funder(s).
- To assist in planning and conduct outreach to stakeholders, including schools to increase awareness of ISS programme and hearing loss.
- To conduct review on assessment tools and make necessary recommendations.
- To work with ISS team on audits processes.
- To keep and maintain proper records and documentation for programme reporting and audit purposes.
- To attend and write minutes of meetings.
- To perform any other operational functions required by the ISS section or management.
- 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.
- Any other reasonable and lawful duties as assigned by the Supervisor.
Professional Skills Development:
- To work with learning support team to ensure professional competency by keeping current with latest skills and training courses, subject to approval by the immediate supervisor.
- At least a degree in education, special education, early childhood or psychology.
- Minimum, 3 years working experience in educational field / teaching profession / allied professional.
- Former mainstream teachers or Allied educators are welcome to apply.
- Candidate must apply for Instructor Registration Scheme (IRS) with MOE if selected.
- Singaporean and PR only.
- Strong leadership qualities.
- Has good presentation, communication and interpersonal skills.
- Meticulous and organised.
- Able to work independently and in a team setting.
- Willing to learn Sign Language and Deaf Culture.
- A heart to serve the Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing community.
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