Build a Champion Career with MindChamps Allied Care

Vision

To foster the power and potential of the human mind, body and spirit for a better tomorrow.

As part of our expansion, we are seeking dynamic team members who are compatible with our vision of building championship. If you are dynamic, highly passionate and have a positive mindset, come join us and be part of this team!

At MindChamps Allied Care, we believe in providing our employees with meaningful work experiences built on our Vision and Mission of:

Mission

To build a world of

MindChampions who possess the

3 Minds (Champion, Learning & Creative Minds) and are empowered with the mindset of 100% Respect, Zero Fear.

Build your career with MindChamps Allied Care today!

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Teacher Aide @ East Coast


Roles & Responsibilities:

  • Plan, supervise, and implement the program for the class in accordance with the policies, guidelines, framework and philosophy of the centre.
  • Assist in preparing and implementing the programs for children.
  • To assist main class teacher in managing challenging children using appropriate behavioural strategies.
  • To be able to assist in teaching appropriate mealtime behaviour and supervise play times.
  • To assist the main class teachers in toileting needs of the children (bringing the children to the toilet).
  • To assist in administrative areas such as typing out various reports (e.g. IEP, Progress Report, Educational Report) to support the main teacher.
  • To be able to provide input on children’s progress during case conferences or at any other discussion points.
  • Assist with planning, share ideas and exchange feedback with the entire team at least once a month.
  • Prepare age and developmentally appropriate teaching aids.
  • Evaluate and maintain records of children’s development.
  • To render basic first aid as and when necessary.
  • Responsible for the upkeep of teaching resources, prepare art and craft materials, arrangement, appearance, decorations, and learning environment of the classroom.
  • Use positive discipline techniques at all times.
  • Maintain and build relationships with children and parents.
Requirements:
  • Certificate / Fundamental in Early Childhood Care & Education or Special Needs Education is an advantage
  • Creative and inspiring with loving energy
  • Excellent communication and classroom management skills
  • Be familiar with all working curriculum documents, handbooks and policy manuals.
  • Knowledge in educational development
  • Passionate with working with children with special needs




Locum Child Psychologist @ East Coast


Responsibilities:

  • Assess and provide a formal diagnosis of developmental conditions e.g. Autism, Dyslexia, Global Developmental Delay, Down Syndrome, Dyspraxia through a written report
  • Conduct IQ tests and provide reports enrollment in Special Education Schools
  • Provide Psychology assessment for exemption of second language or accommodation for children with learning challenges
  • Provide Individual Education Plan (IEP) for clients
  • Hold social skills classes on topics such as turn-taking, anger management etc.
  • Provide parent training to parents of children with developmental needs on topics such as play skills, introducing non-verbal communication etc.
Requirements:
  • Masters in Psychology
  • Has experience in the field of Paediatric Psychology
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills




Locum Educational Therapist @ East Coast


Roles & Responsibilities:

  • Training in dyslexia management is an advantage
  • Address all aspects of the learning experience, including the academic, social and emotional aspects
  • Partner with family to develop productive support strategies
  • Determine how the underlying learning issues impact other areas of academic, social or family dynamics
  • Champion independence and interests in child, assisting him/her to take control of the learning process
  • Conduct assessments and integrate his/her results to suitable strategies for teaching
  • Tailor the curriculum, remediation and teaching methodology to the individual’s unique learning needs
  • Perform academic screening
  • Provide support for emotional and social development
Requirements:
  • At least 1 year of experience in providing learning support to children with literacy challenges
  • Trained in learning approaches such as Orton-Gillingham or other relevant remedial approaches




Locum Special Needs Teacher (For Early Intervention Program) @ East Coast


Roles & Responsibilities:

  • Classroom Management
  • Behaviour Documentation and Reporting
  • Lesson plans
  • Conduct team meetings with Allied Health Care Professionals such as Occupational Therapist, Speech Therapist, and Psychologist
  • Planning and implementation of social/emotional/behavioural Interventions
  • Curriculum and Instruction responsibilities such as planning, documentation and reporting of academic data/progress and applying interventions
  • Curriculum mapping, individually-design instruction, individualized lesson-planning and IEPs
  • Conduct assessments, manage grading, homework
  • Maintain student records and communicate frequently with parents and school staff as needed
Requirements:
  • Advanced diploma in Early Childhood Intervention (Special Needs)
  • Teaching experience in EIPIC would be an advantage
  • Knowledge of AEPS would be an advantage
  • Experience working with young students with learning disabilities – minimum one year
  • Strong command of the English language




Locum Paediatric Occupational Therapist


Responsibilities:

  • Assess and provide individualized Occupational Therapy intervention for children with a wide range of developmental challenges (eg. motor coordination disorder, sensory processing disorder, or autism spectrum disorder)
  • Conduct group Occupational Therapy classes if required (eg. in the areas of handwriting and socialization)
  • Establish good therapist – parent relationships through regular feedback and open communication. This includes providing parents and caregivers with updates on the child’s progress and relevant home strategies and recommendations after each session with the child.
  • Be proactive in keeping abreast of developments in the field of Pediatric Occupational Therapy
Requirements:
  • Full registration with Allied Health Professions Council (AHPC)
  • Diploma, Degree or Masters in Occupational Therapy
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills




Locum Paediatric Speech Therapist


Responsibilities:

  • Assess and provide individualized Speech Therapy intervention for children with a wide range of speech and language challenges
  • Conduct group Speech Therapy classes if required (eg. in the areas of communication)
  • Establish good therapist – parent relationships through regular feedback and open communication. This includes providing parents and caregivers with updates on the child’s progress and relevant home strategies and recommendations after each session with the child.
  • Be proactive in keeping abreast of developments in the field of Pediatric Speech Therapy
Requirements:
  • Full registration with Allied Health Professions Council (AHPC)
  • Diploma, Degree or Masters in Occupational Therapy
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills




Locum Child Psychologist


Responsibilities:

  • Assess and provide a formal diagnosis of developmental conditions e.g. Autism, Dyslexia, Global Developmental Delay, Down Syndrome, Dyspraxia through a written report
  • Conduct IQ tests and provide reports enrollment in Special Education Schools
  • Provide Psychology assessment for exemption of second language or accommodation for children with learning challenges
  • Provide Individual Education Plan (IEP) for clients
  • Hold social skills classes on topics such as turn-taking, anger management etc.
  • Provide parent training to parents of children with developmental needs on topics such as play skills, introducing non-verbal communication etc.
Requirements:
  • Masters in Psychology
  • Has experience in the field of Paediatric Psychology
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills




Educational Therapy and EIP /Special needs teacher


Responsibilities:

  • Classroom Management
  • Behaviour Documentation and Reporting
  • Lesson plans
  • Conduct team meetings with Allied Health Care Professionals such as Occupational Therapist, Speech Therapist, and Psychologist
  • Planning and implementation of social/emotional/behavioural Interventions
  • Curriculum and Instruction responsibilities such as planning, documentation and reporting of academic data/progress and applying interventions
  • Curriculum mapping, individually-design instruction, individualized lesson-planning and IEPs
  • Conduct assessments, manage grading, homework
  • Maintain student records and communicate frequently with parents and school staff as needed
Requirements:
  • Advanced diploma in Early Childhood Intervention (Special Needs)
  • Teaching experience in EIPIC would be an advantage
  • Knowledge of AEPS would be an advantage
  • Strong command of the English language