- Working hours: 8:00 A.M. – 5:30 P.M.
- Workday: Monday – Friday
- Work on Saturday or Sunday if there is an event.
- Plan and teach for children
- Responsible for the care and education of children with autism spectrum disorders level 1 and 2 (ASDs F84.0 based on the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Illness – DSM-V) in preschool age (2-6 years old) .
- Implement 1-day routines for children to help them integrate into the class program. You must master the curriculum and teaching methods and understand the psychological characteristics of the children in need of support.
- Fully execute professional regulations on lessons prep and keeping records and files. Prepare learning tools for teaching and learning activities in the classroom.
- Develop an individual plan for the child in charge, with professional support from the Programme Director, and organize individual activities to integrate with class groups.
- Organize projects for children following Reggio Emilia Approach® and other approaches
- Participate in activities and projects with teachers in class. Provide feedback, discuss with class teachers to develop, design class group activities, and attend internal meetings.
- Perform daily Documentation related to the Individualized Education Program (IEP), or a diary showing the development journey. Communicate progress with parents and attend periodic meetings every 4 months about the Individualized Education Program.
- Help children integrate seamlessly with their classmates.
- Take care of children
- In charge of caring for and educating children with autism spectrum disorder in preschool (2-6 years old).
- Ensure absolute safety for children.
- Take turns picking up children, sending children back to parents, and doing the afternoon shift as assigned by the direct supervisor.
- Take care of the child’s dietary needs to ensure full breakfast, lunch, snack and emergency rations are consumed.
- Coordinate with the health department to measure students on time as medical staff prescribes.
- Parents’ work and other activities
- Build a close relationship with the parents of students and demonstrate your devotion to the education of their children.
- Keep track of the number of students attending school each month and promptly contact parents to understand the reason for the student’s absence (if the student is absent for three days or more). Promptly notify the school’s medical staff in the case of emergency.
Perform other duties as assigned by the Preschool’s Board of Management when necessary.
- Graduated from a university or college with a major in special education or early childhood education.
- Has some experience teaching 1:1 or a group of children with special rights between the ages of 2 and 6. Experience working with children with autism spectrum disorders is an advantage.
- Integrity and cooperation.
- Proficient English speaking and writing skills.
- Proficient Office Suite skills and being open to the integration of technology in teaching.
- Logical thinking, problem-solving, creativity.
- Having experience in implementing STEAM, creativity, science, etc. projects for children; Knowledge of the Reggio Emilia Approach® is a plus.
- Very competitive salary, bonus, and benefits.
- Trained in the Reggio Emilia Approach®.
- Trained in special education for children with autism spectrum disorders.
- Working in a dynamic and creative environment.
To apply, please email your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org