Careers

If you are interested in applying for a position at The Winstedt School or Winstedt Learning Support Centre, please submit a cover letter with accompanying CV to:

Human Resources at: lgrant@winstedt.edu.sg.

We invite candidates interested in a position as a Teacher (SEN experience a plus), Occupational Therapist or Speech Language Therapist to submit a CV and cover letter.

For all positions we offer a salary commensurate with experience and competitive benefits. Relocation package offered for Therapists. Interested candidates, please email your CV to Human Resources as above.

We are currently seeking:

Special Education Teacher

Responsible for implementing:

  • Classroom ManagementBehaviour Documentation and Reporting
  • Lesson plans
  • Conduct informal team behaviour intervention meetings
  • 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, individualised lesson-planning and IEPs
  • Conduct assessments, manage grading, homework
  • Maintain student records and communicate frequently with parents and school staff as needed

Position Requirements:

  • A Special Education teaching certificate
  • Bachelor's degree minimum
  • Teaching experience with elementary and middle school students, minimum three years
  • Experience working with students with learning disabilities – minimum two years
  • Strong command of the English language

Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and Personal Characteristics:

  • Must be able to teach all basic skills and interact with students, parents and faculty
  • Strong administrative and computer skills and the ability to handle multiple priorities
  • Organized and detailed oriented
  • Professional appearance and attitude at all times
  • Effective communication in both oral and written
  • Collaborate and able to receive to feedback, mentoring and direction from peers, therapists and supervisors
  • Maintain a professional and clinical perspective at all times

Work Conditions:

We offer a competitive salary. We specialise in employing qualified professionals to work with students who have a learning difficulty or learning disability and who benefit from a small student to teacher ratio. This position description is not intended to be a complete list of all responsibilities, duties or skills required for the job and is subject to review and change at any time, with or without notice, in accordance with the needs of the Company. Since no position description can detail all the duties and responsibilities that may be required from time to time in the performance of a job, duties and responsibilities that may be inherent in a job, reasonably required for its performance, or required due to the changing nature of the job shall also be considered part of the job holder's responsibility

Occupational Therapist

The Winstedt School is seeking an experienced paediatric Occupational Therapist to join a progressive multidisciplinary department. This role provides the opportunity to work as an integral member of the Therapy Department alongside a dedicated and supportive team of Occupational Therapists and Speech and Language Therapists.

Your caseload will vary from children with developmental delays, learning differences, such as Developmental Co-ordination Disorder (DCD) and dyslexia, to children with Autism, ADHD and a range of complex needs. The clients range from School Readiness to Senior School (approximately aged between 4 years to 18 years of age).

Job Responsibilities

·     1:1 and group Occupational Therapy sessions

·     Integrated working to develop functional skills in the classroom

·     Supporting the development of the school curriculum

·     Administration of standardised and non-standardised assessments

·     Provision of comprehensive written reports

·     Client management from referral to discharge

·     Liaison with relevant health/education professionals and family members

Essential

·     A degree or masters in Occupational Therapy from a well-recognised university

·     Full registration under AHPC preferred

·     The ability to work independently, flexibly and as part of a team

·     Experience with sensory processing needs and Autism is desirable

We Provide

·     Attractive Salary packaging

·     Monday to Friday work week

·     Generous school holiday leave

·     Supportive team environment

·     Excellent therapy equipment and resources

·     Opportunity to participate in professional development

·     Mentoring

·     Supervision if required

We are looking for:

Energetic, enthusiastic, motivated and intuitive individuals who are passionate about working with children and families to make a difference to their lives.

Senior Teacher - Special Education (Art)

We are looking for a Special Education Teacher who has experience in teaching IGCSE/GCSE Art.

 

Your key responsibilities:

Art

•  Plan and prepare engaging lessons with topics which follow the curriculum themes for IGCSE/GCSE

•  Teach and assist students to develop creative expression while nurturing artistic abilities

•  Create an environment which equips students with the skills to express their imagination in different shapes, textures, colours and sizes

•  Maintain resources and oversee the ordering of supplies

•  Collect learning data

•  Develop and implement programs for classroom use

•  Prepare teaching materials prior to teaching sessions

•  Apply appropriate and effective teaching methodology

•  Prepare and submit Progress Reports to Heads of Schools as required

•  Experience working with students with learning disabilities and differences– minimum two years

•  Ability to be flexible in lesson delivery so as to provide an encouraging and conducive learning environment for all learners

•  Strong command of the English language

Qualifications/Experience:

•         A Special Education Teaching Certificate/Diploma

•         Bachelor's degree in Education minimum

•         Preferred – Masters in Education/Special Education

Working Conditions:

We offer a competitive salary and great Leave Benefits. We specialize in employing qualified professionals to work with students who have a learning difficulty or learning disability and who benefit from a small student to teacher ratio.  

Speech & Language Pathologist

The Winstedt School is seeking a fulltime, experienced Speech and Language Pathologist. The SLP works closely within the school to ensure that that its students SLP needs are addressed either one on one, in small groups and in the classroom. The SLP will typically work with students in either the Junior, Middle or Senior school.
The SLP will be part of the Student Support Services Team. They are responsible for creating a positive environment for their students, implementing curriculum, assessing students, building relationships with Winstedt families, collaborating with their team and other duties, as assigned. Full responsibilities are ultimately outlined by the respective Heads of School.  

The SLP’s caseload will be school based and vary from children with developmental delays, learning differences, such as Developmental Co-ordination Disorder (DCD) and dyslexia, to children with Autism, ADHD and a range of complex needs. The clients range from Reception to Senior School (approximately aged between 4 years to 16 years of age).

Responsibilities:

  • Provide SLP to students in groups and as individuals per their needs.
  • Attends meetings, write progress summaries on present levels of performance, and proposed goals.
  • Assist and guide teachers in observing, describing and referring suspected and identified speech and language challenges.
  • Provide appropriate individualized programs of therapy to meet individual students' needs and provide strategies for speech or language impairments.
  • Keep thorough records for each student receiving therapy or other school provided speech-language services.
  • Conduct SLP screenings.
  • Conduct SLP evaluations, standardized and non-standardised assessments when necessary.
  • Implement the school-wide student management policies within classrooms.
  • Serve as a resource to school staff members in the development of a balanced program for social communication, speech and language development.

·     Provision of comprehensive written reports.

·     Client management from referral to discharge.

·     Liaison with relevant health/education professionals and family members.


Essential:

·     Bachelor’s Degree; Masters in Speech and Language Pathology preferred.

·     Fully registered under AHPC Singapore.

·     Supervisor status would be desirable but not essential.

·     The ability to work independently and as part of a team.

·     Experience in paediatric SLT.

We Provide:

·     Attractive Salary and Leave packaging

·     A working year that follows the August to June calendar

·     Opportunity to participate in professional development

·     Mentoring

You:

·         Are passionate about working with children and families.

·         Believe in the potential of every Winstedt child.

·         Hold a high bar of excellence both personally and for every child.

·         Understand and apply a positive Growth Mindset.

If you are prepared to commit to a team of incredible people, and want to play an integral role in helping children soar, then we want you!

For more information please view our website at www.winstedt.edu.sg

 Applications can be forwarded to lgrant@winstedt.edu.sg

Integrated Therapy Support

The Winstedt School is seeking fulltime Integrated Therapy Support team members to work closely with Speech and Language Pathologists and Occupational Therapists within the school to assist in the delivery of students’ therapy requirements.  Needs of students are addressed either one on one, in small groups and in the classroom. Integrated Therapy Support will typically assist and work with students in either the Junior, Middle or Senior school.


Integrated Therapy Support is responsible for assisting in creating a positive environment for students, building relationships with Therapists, Teachers and Students as well as collaborating with the team.

Integrated Therapy Support will assist in a  school based environment and vary from children with developmental delays, learning differences, such as Developmental Co-ordination Disorder (DCD) and dyslexia, to children with Autism, ADHD and a range of complex needs. The clients range from Reception to Senior School (approximately aged between 4 years to 16 years of age).

Your key responsibilities:

·         Support Therapists in running selected Integrated Therapy groups

·         Support Therapists in running Summer Camp programmes

·         Support Therapists in integrating therapy programmes into the classroom such as perceptual motor or       

          individualised programmes

·         Support Therapists in running therapy sessions as requested – such as play based therapy or additional support in

           therapy sessions

·         Create resources for Integrated Therapy groups/sessions

·         Oversee inventory and organisation of equipment

·         Oversee inventory and organisation of standardised test forms

·         Organise equipment, resources and assessment forms including ordering and/or repair

·         Assist with marketing tasks as requested

·         Collect and deliver students from and to The Winstedt School

·         Complete any tasks as requested by CEO/Head of Therapy/Therapists

·         Maintain the cleanliness of resources and equipment, as well as the appearance of the work area

·         Maintain client confidentiality

·         Ensure conduct is professional and ethical and in line with Allied Health Professions Council Singapore

·         Adhere to the policies and procedures of the Therapy Department and The Winstedt School.

·         Attend staff meetings as required

·         Work cooperatively and effectively within the Therapy Team and  with all other staff

·         Complete other duties as requested

 

Skills & Qualifications:

ㆍ        Minimum Diploma in Learning Disorders Management, Child Psychology, Occupational Therapy, Special Education

            or similar preferred

ㆍ        Minimum 2 years experience working in early intervention, special education.

We Provide:

·     Attractive Salary and Leave packaging

·     A working year that follows the August to June calendar

·     Opportunity to participate in professional development

·     Mentoring

You:

  • Are passionate about working with children and families.
  • Believe in the potential of every child.
  • Hold a high bar of excellence both personally and for every child.
  • Understand and apply a positive Growth Mindset.

 

If you are prepared to commit to a team of incredible people, and want to play an integral role in helping children soar, then we want you!

For more information please view our website at www.winstedt.edu.sg

 Applications can be forwarded to lgrant@winstedt.edu.sg