The primary aim of the Educational Psychologist, Early Intervention Programme for Infants and Children (EIPIC) is to work collaboratively as part of a trans-disciplinary EIPIC team to educate families, staff and other stakeholders and support clients, to address clients’ developmental, learning, emotional and behavioural issues.KEY RESPONSIBILITIES• To organise and undertake psycho-educational assessment of clients as appropriate. • To develop and implement appropriate intervention strategies to address clients developmental, learning, emotional and behavioural issues.• To participate in admissions screening of EIPIC applicants. • To support clients throughout the EIPIC continuum, including out-of-centre placements.• To provide consultation to support stakeholders (e.g. family and staff) in management of clients developmental, learning, emotional and behavioural issues.• To support teachers in developing and implementing and monitoring clients IEPs.• To Conduct Psychological Assessments for Special School Placements• To maintain up-to-date records of psychologist assessment and intervention with clients, and consultation with families, staff and other stakeholders.• To work closely with other EIPIC staff and clients parents and caregivers.• To conduct training for SPD staff, parents and caregivers on appropriate topics, as needed.• To submit reports, logs and assessment reports, etc., as required.
- Good organisation and planning skills
- Good communication and interpersonal skills with demonstrated ability to build relationships.
- At least a recognised Master’s degree in Educational or Clinical Psychology.- Preferably, the psychologist should be registered, or eligible in the near future for registration, with the Singapore Psychological Society (SPS) as a Registered Psychologist (Singapore).
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