Head, Early Intervention Programme
Lead and manage Early Intervention Programme effectively
- Strategic planning and development for the overall early intervention programme to meet clear organizational and student outcomes.
- Oversee staff recruitment, deployment, learning and development.
- KPI monitoring, tracking and reporting (scoreboards, regular data e.g. student / staff hours, outcome measures, progress tracking etc both internally and externally).
- Lead, coach and develop team Facilitate strong working relationships between teams and consultants/therapists.
Lead in curriculum related matters of the Early Intervention Programme
- Ensure curriculum related matters are in line with the philosophy and objectives of the programme and organization.
- Develop and implement the most suitable teaching pedagogy to best meet programme outcomes for students.
- Oversee the implementation of the programme in an autism friendly and developmentally appropriate manner.
Oversee operations of the programme
- Oversee admissions and placement of students.
- Create, develop and review processes and systems to ensure consistent adherence to government, organizational and department standard operating procedures.
- Ensure student and staff schedules are planned in advance.
- Ensure regular updating of Student Database, Student Files and session schedules
- Financial oversight of programme.
- Ensure safe and conducive environment and practices.
- Plan and prepare EIP reports and presentations for management meetings, school events and meeting materials.
Build and maintain client and partner relationships
- Communicate regularly with staff, parents, stakeholders, government and external partners (verbal and written).
- Publish termly EIP newsletter.
- Conduct parent communication sessions.
Coordinate ARC and EIP related programmes as assigned
- Undertake coordination and support to ARC related events and activities where necessary.
- Degree in Early Childhood
- At least 3 years relevant experience in Early Childhood
- Minimum 3 years of team management experience with strong track record
- Good writing, communication and organisation skills
- Proactive approach to problem solving
- Strong collaborative working style
- Enjoys a dynamic and challenging work environment
- Genuine desire to serve the special needs community
- Enjoys learning and willing to develop technical skills in autism
Our organisation is committed to protecting children and young people from harm. We require all applicants to undergo an extensive screening process prior to hire.
Autism Resource Centre (S) / Pathlight School