Thye Hua Kwan Moral Charities – Principal Lead Teacher

Thye Hua Kwan Moral Charities
Principal Lead Teacher
Date Listed
16 Feb 2024
Job Type
Experienced / Senior Executive
Job Period
Flexible Start - Flexible End
Others / General Work
Social Services
Location Name
Jurong West Street 61, Singapore
Jurong West Street 61, Singapore
Allowance / Remuneration
$4,250 - 4,700 monthly
Company Profile

Since October 2011, Thye Hua Kwan Moral Charities (THKMC) was incorporated as a charity with an IPC status to provide multiple social and welfare services to the community at large.

THKMC provides assistance to the various groups in our community through more than 60 programmes and services for the elderly and the sick, families, persons with disabilities, and children.  We help anyone in need with full respect to their race, colour, creed, language, culture and religion. We have more than 90 programmes and services, reaching out to more than 55,000 people in the community.

Together, as ONETHK  Empowering the Community.

Job Description

Principal Lead Teacher (Pioneer)

The Early Intervention for Children (EIC) Services helps equip children with motor, communication, social, self-help and cognitive skills. THK EIC involves structuring classes around small groups encompassing early childhood special education, social work and therapy support services to stimulate their adaptive functioning and school readiness skills.

This position reports to the Senior Teacher/ Assistant Senior Teacher


To lead the teachers in working towards the Division, Centre and programme goals in close partnership with the Therapists, Social Workers, Psychology Associates, Administrative Staff and Families of the children.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:

Overseeing the Curriculum:

Assist the Senior Teacher to

  • Ensure that the programme is effective in achieving learning objectives and differentiated to meet individual students IEP goals.

Mentorship and coaching

  • Supervise Lead Teachers, Teacher Assistants, and Teacher Aides in their responsibilities within their respective scope of work.
  • Mentor and motivate the teachers for quality teaching in areas including child engagement, naturalistic teaching strategies, differentiation in approaches, positive behaviour support.
  • Responsible for the professional development of their supervisees.
  • Conduct annual performance appraisals for their supervisees.

Process and Resources Management:

Assist the Senior Teacher to

  • Ensure the smooth running of all related processes of the early intervention programme
  • Manage manpower matters including deployment and leave applications
  • Orientate new teachers to the Centres ethos, processes and their job scope
  • Manage volunteers
  • Establish and maintain timeline for various submissions
  • Monitor and maintain the effectiveness of pre-cases, IEP reviews and case conferences
  • Manage Centre resources
  • Ensure centres compliance to various regulatory requirements
  • Oversee the requisition of resources, and monetary claims


  • Minimum Degree
  • Recognised training e.g. Specialised Diploma in Early Childhood Intervention (Special Needs), Higher Certificate in Autism
  • More than 5 years of experience in early intervention, working with families and children

Other Information

  • Able to engage children
  • Mature, respectful, professional, reliable
  • Creative, resourceful, flexible thinker
  • Strong leadership and people skills
  • Collaborative yet able to work independently
  • Has strong understanding of the diverse cultures and races
  • Has patience, love, passion & commitment in the education of & nurturing young children and empowering the families
  • Growth Mindset

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