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Date Posted: 2017/11/08 06:04:09
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Hamad Centre For Special Needs

Activities Supervisor
Hamad Centre For Special Needs


Job Description

The Activities Supervisor will be responsible for a variety of duties to enhance the lives of students at Hamad Centre. The duties include, but are no limited to: teaching sports and leisure skills to students ( horse back riding, wimming, progrqammed and educational outings)accompanying students to and from activities, assisting with public realations and students outing and serving as a relief/substitute therapist to cover ABA therapist absences.

Skills

* Bachelor in Physical Education.
* Fluent in English
* Experience in working with Special Needs
*Knowledge in ABA

Education

Physical Eduaction

Job Details

  • Search by Location: UAE
  • Search by Industry: Education, Training, and Library
  • Requirements : Employer (Private Sector)
  • Job Role: Support Services
  • Employment Status: Full time
  • Employment Type: Full Time
  • Number of Vacancies: 1

Preferred Candidate

  • Career Level: Entry Level
  • Years of Experience: Min: 0
  • Residence Location: United Arab Emirates
  • Gender: Male
  • Degree: Bachelor's degree


Company Profile

The Hamad Centre is a non-profit organisation dedicated to helping children with Autism and other developmental disabilities. The Centre specialises in behavioural and educational intervention, based on the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis. Autism is considered one of five pervasive developmental disorders that are defined by the behavioural symptoms observed in an individual. Although the combination and severity of symptoms vary, individuals who are affected will all experience some degree of developmental delay that may impact significantly on their lives.

Regardless of diagnosis it is now known that early, intensive behavioural intervention can significantly reduce the symptoms of autism in many children and greatly improve the quality of life for others.
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Using well-established behavioural principles children are taught socially significant skills, such as communication and play skills, while reducing inappropriate or competing behaviour such as non-compliance, tantrums or aggression. Our programs are individually tailored to the needs of each child and our comprehensive curriculum is based on age-appropriate developmental progression.

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