Special Education Interventionist
About the Role
The SPED Interventionist provides intensive support to students who are unable to access learning in a group setting due to unresolved interfering behaviour, in In-Group or Pull-Out format, as appropriate.
The SPED Interventionist achieves this through implementing intervention plans to support the students to develop the skills, routines and motivations, to eventually access learning in a group setting.
The role involves working directly with the students, in close collaboration with the teachers and allied health professionals to plan and implement the students’ Behaviour Intervention Plans (BIP) and other supporting interventions. The SPED Interventionist also works closely with other relevant stakeholders as appropriate, including the families, together with the Family Empowerment Programme, and with external expertise support.
- Bachelor’s degree in psychology or other relevant qualifications
- 3 to 5 years of relevant experience working with students with disabilities.
- Management of learning goals
- Engagement of learners
- Intervention strategies
- Behavioural management & support
- Personal professional growth & development
- Mindful reflective practice
- Participation in a professional community
- Development of stakeholder partnerships
Preferred achievements / characteristics:
- Behave ethically
- Passionate to work with persons with disabilities
- Foster teamwork and good relationships with all stakeholders