Kimi Ora School – Specialist Teacher Outreach Service Scale A – 0.6 Fixed Term 2019
Kimi Ora School is a special school for young persons aged 5-21 years. The Specialist Teacher Outreach Service is based at Kimi Ora’s Evans Bay School and we work with ORs funded children in mainstream schools in the greater Wellington/Hutt Valley region.
Kimi Ora Special School has a position for a Scale A teacher 0.6 (3 Day) fixed term part-time teacher to work in our Outreach Team. This position will be at a number of schools in the greater Hutt Valley area. Our Service is expanding and there is potential for this position to increase during the year as our roll grows.
Experience in working with special needs children is essential. There is travel involved and a mileage allowance is paid.
If you require further information please contact Lisa Neilson on 0274273969
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Applications close at 4pm on 28th April 2019.
Kimi Ora School
Speech Language Therapist
One Year Fixed Term Due to Parental Leave:
Fixed term starting 20 May 2019 (if possible) to 29th May 2020
Lower Hutt or Wellington Based
Full time in Lower Hutt or Part Time hours up to 0.8 in Evans Bay would be considered
Kimi Ora School is a school for high/very high needs students aged 5-21.
Our base school is situated in Naenae and we have two satellite classes within the Taita/Woburn area as well as a satellite unit on the grounds of Evans Bay Intermediate.
Due to Parental Leave, we seek an enthusiastic Speech Language Therapist to join our team of Speech Language Therapists for a fixed term. Experience is desirable however new graduates are welcome to apply. We will offer the successful candidate ongoing support and professional development in all aspects of their role.
This role includes assessment, planning and implementation of programmes for students with diverse and complex communication needs. The therapist will work with pre-intentional communication, high and low tech alternative and augmentative communication systems, development of language and literacy, and spoken language. Assessment and management of dysphagia is also essential to this role. The transdisciplinary nature of the therapy team means working with students, whanau/families, and class and therapy teams.
This position could be based at either our Lower Hutt Base (full time) or at our Evans Bay Site (part time) but will need to have the flexibility to work at other sites in the future.
Experience in working with students with special needs is desirable.
Applications close 4pm 26 April 2019.
We encourage visits by interested applicants, which can be organised by phoning our HR administrator, Anita English, on 04-567-5834.