資歷： 專上教育：學士學位; 3年經驗; 良好粵語; 一般普通話; 一般英語; 懂讀寫中文; 懂讀寫英文; 具三年或以上診治經驗優先
待遇： 每月底薪連佣金約$25,000 – $55,000, 有醫療福利及 進修津貼, 星期一至五: 上午9時半至下午2時及下午3時半至下午8時,星期六,日: 上午10時至下午5時,每週工作5天, 每天工作 9 小時
職責： 登記接待,文書處理, 跟症,協助醫生及維持診所日常運作
資歷： 中五程度; 良好粵語優先; 一般普通話; 一般英語; 懂讀寫中文; 略懂讀寫英文;
懂Microsoft Office; 懂中文打字; 具有基本電腦操作知識; 勤奮好學,守時,有責任心,待
待遇： 每月$9,500 – $10,500, 有醫療福利 及雙糧, 星期一至五:上午9時至下午1時半
職責 : 登記接待,文書處理, 跟症,協助醫生及維持診所日常運作 (每天工作9.5小時)
資歷 : 學歷不拘; 良好粵語優先; 一般普通話; 一般英語; 懂讀寫中文; 略懂英文讀寫; 懂中文打字; 懂Microsoft Office; 具有基本電腦操作知識; 勤奮好學,守時,有責任心,待人有禮 待遇 : 每月$9,200 – $10,000, 有醫療福利, 星期一至五:上午8時半至下午1時半,下午4時至下午8時半,星期六及日:上午8時半至下午1時半,每週工作5.5天,輪休
基督教靈實協會( 簡稱「靈實」)於50年代由一群外國宣教士創立，並於一片荒原上誕生。前身為將軍澳區醫援會的靈實，一直為來自中國內地、暫時棲身於調景嶺的七千名難民提供醫療及救濟工作，並於1953年正式成立「基督教靈實協會」。 六十多年以來，靈實經歷了許多不同的轉變，時至今日，靈實已由提籃施藥、石上診療發展至現今提供長者、復康、健康服務和福音事工服務的綜合社會服務機構。
兼職支援服務助理 (編號 : EWD/PT-GSA)
● 工作地點： 將軍澳靈實協會禮拜堂(近靈實醫院)
The Occupational Therapist (OT) supports Hong Kong Academy’s Learner Support Program, academic programs from K-12. The OT will help to guide the development, implementation and coordination of the occupational therapy program. He/She will use meaningful activities to help children participate in all school-based activities, and to promote physical and mental health and well-being. The OT will address underlying physical, cognitive, psychosocial and sensory components of performance, impacting areas of academic and social participation, self-care skills and transition/work skills. The OT will use activity and environmental analysis as well as modification in order to reduce barriers to participation. He/She provides direct instruction screening, evaluation, educational planning, therapeutic intervention and exit planning for students with disabilities under the direction of the Learner Support Director. He/She adheres to the school’s mission, policies, and beliefs; among those beliefs is foremost that all children enrolled in Hong Kong Academy are fully participating members of the HKA school community. The OT is both a child advocate and a parent liaison. The OT supports and contributes to the enrollment process where his/her specific expertise is needed.
Qualifications and Experience
The Occupational Therapist should have: Successfully completed and graduated from an accredited Occupational therapy professional program and a license in Occupational therapy. A minimum of a B.S. degree including appropriate certifications in related field areas i.e. sensory integration, 3-5 years’ experience in working with a variety of special needs in a school system, and 2 years of overseas experience. Experience as a teacher trainer, or some experience in presenting. Have some experience in both a paediatric clinical and educational settings that required creating and reporting on intervention programs. The OT should use professional literature, evidence based research and continuing education content to make program decisions.
Preferred Qualifications and Experience
M.S. in Occupational therapy, coursework in biology and physiology, experience in special education is preferred for both the leadership and experience aspects, some work with emotional and behavioural disabilities, more specifically Pervasive Developmental Disabilities, Autism, and Down Syndrome, Dysgraphia, Dyspraxia (Developmental Coordination Disorder) and Executive Function difficulties. Some work with curriculum committees and/or implementation of curriculum. Recent professional development in various areas of special needs and child development. He/She should possess exceptional communication skills, collaborative skills, patience, and compassion.
The Occupational Therapist (OT) will be responsible for:
● Developing, maintaining and reporting on individualized educational plans
● Coordinates the OT program and process under the direction of the HKA Learner Support Director
● Provides or coordinates programming for students with disabilities
● Provides direct instruction for students with disabilities
● Works with classroom teachers through observations, strategy development, and the Child Study Team (CST) process to meet the needs of individual students
● Provides information and consults with staff and parents regarding various disabilities and topics related to learner support
● Provides support, where appropriate, to families and community members through: the sharing of information, communication regarding local organization talks and seminars, and periodic sponsorship of HKA presentations of special needs and related topics
● All aspects of I.E.P. Management: Facilitating I. E. P. meetings, writing I.E.P.s, and overseeing the implementation
● Regular Reporting as specified by the program
● Write reports and attend multidisciplinary case meetings to plan and review ongoing treatment
● Provide support, direction and management to classroom, LS teachers and co-teachers
● Provide support to Admissions through, application review, observations, and recommendations
● Participate in at least 12 hours of co-curricular activities per year
● Continue own professional development through conference attendance, seminars, network meetings, journals, etc.
● Other duties as assigned by Supervisor
7:50 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. Monday to Friday. Classes meet 8:20 a.m. to 3:20 p.m. With the exception of Wednesday with the early dismissal of all students to enable teachers to engage in professional and curriculum development from 1:15 p.m. – 4:45 p.m.
The ASMSS will be responsible for the day-to-day First Aid care of PK1- G12 students as well as administrative duties to support the day-to-day operations of PS and SS divisions. The ASMSS will report directly to the Primary and Secondary School Principals and constantly liaise with the teaching and support staff. The ASMSS strives to ensure that interactions meet the needs of all students in line with the mission, vision and values of the school.
Qualifications and Experience
The ASMSS should have:
● First Aid Certification
● Experience working with students
● Experience communicating with adults, e.g. parents and staff
● Excellent communication skills
● Skills in clerical support
● Computer proficiency
● Good time management skills
Preferred Skills and Experience
● First Aid Trainer
● Experience working with students PK1-G12
● Proven ability to work in an international community
● Recent and relevant professional development
7:45am – 4:00 pm from Monday to Friday
The ASMSS will be responsible for:
● Providing initial, immediate and emergency care to students and staff who become ill or injured.
● Assessing injuries and taking appropriate action
● Communicating with parents regarding medical issues relevant to their child
● Record keeping of medical supply expirations and administration of medication with parent permission and doctor guidance
● Liaising and supporting staff and parents in relation to specific health conditions
● Overseeing individual students restrictions and health challenges i.e. asthma, diabetes, epilepsy.
● Maintaining confidentiality around student, staff and family’s health records.
● Preparing and sharing relevant important health information with class teachers at start of school year, and on an ongoing basis as appropriate
● Assembling and maintaining First Aid materials for use in school and on field trips
● Keeping up-to-date with information from the Centre of Health Protection and liaising with the Department of Health regarding notifiable diseases or other infectious diseases causing concern in school from the Centre for Health Protection
● Researching current practice in schools regarding health and safety and crisis management and responsibility of identifying and raising issues relevant to the health, safety and wellbeing of students and staff to school management
● Maintaining a well-resourced Health Centre in support of the school community.
● Attending meetings as appropriate to promote the health and welfare of the students, faculty and staff
● Responding to email and telephone communications with parents regarding health information as necessary
● Monitoring and reporting on weather warnings, e.g. heat and air pollution index and send staff updates
● Liaising with EDB and staying abreast of current contagious illnesses
● Updating First Aid procedures and offer First Aid Training to staff and refresher in-house courses as necessary
● Ongoing training of staff (including bus mothers) in administration of Epipens and other medical training as necessary
● Promoting and supporting healthy living, learning and positive communication with students, school management, staff and parents
● Assisting teachers to deliver health promotion topics i.e. hand hygiene, puberty.
● Acquiring and maintaining a database of practitioners/doctors/pharmacies, in order to support families, especially those new to Hong Kong
● Assisting parents to access health and medical services when required
● Managing issues brought to the Health Centre ensuring completion, resolution, confidentiality, communication, follow up and documentation.
● Documenting incidents and completing Accident Forms when required for staff and students.
● Maintaining links with other International School Nurses in HK and to share health information and good practice
● Awareness of Child Protection procedures and protocols and working within the school guidelines
● Implementing First Aid procedures when treating the HKA community
● Supporting the transition and assimilation of existing student health issues in collaboration with the administration
● Providing support for in-school After School Activities (ASAs) and sporting events
● Performing office administrative support under the guidance of divisional administrative assistants
● Other duties as assigned by Supervisor