SLCO Community Resources Limited (SLCO-CR) was established in 2016 with the support of the Sustainable Knowledge Transfer Project Fund of The Chinese University of Hong Kong as an independent non-profit charitable organization to provide self-sustainable community services and social ventures based on linguistics research, empirical evidence and experience in frontline services. The vision of SLCO-CR is to promote sign bilingualism in communication, education and social inclusion; to create a diversified community without communication barrier.
The flagship project of SLCO-CR is the "Fun with Sign and Speech – Early Sign Bilingual Development Programme", Hong Kong's only early intervention programme for deaf, hearing and special education needs children using both signed and spoken language as medium of instruction.
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We’re SO proud to be part of the Compassion In Action campaign!
A initiative by The D. H. Chen Foundation and Hong Kong Shifts , the campaign honors the NGO workers who are doing good deeds for our Hong Kong community particularly during the pandemic.
Since last year, we have started the journey of being DHCF’s partner. We are delighted to learn & grow and join hands in building a compassionate society which is even more crucial in the face of adversity. Stay tuned for more compassionate stories of other NGO partners!
Come and read the story of our Sign Bilingual Teacher, Chloe, here.
Hong Kong Shifts also wrote a field trip report for our office - let's have a look here.
We are now recruiting for the post School Sign Bilingual Instructor (Full Time). The details are as follows:
Duties and Responsibilities:
According to different academic qualifications and related experience, the post will be responsible for the following works in the pre-school, primary school or secondary school section of the “Sign Bilingualism and Co-enrolment Education Programme”:
- Project Coordination and development
- Co-teaching with teachers of partner schools
- Providing education support for Deaf/Hard-of-hearing students
- Designing and developing teaching resources
- Sign language teaching (for Deaf colleagues with training in sign language teaching)
- Project report-writing
- Project related administration work
- Public education, professional development and training
Basic Academic Qualifications:
- Diploma or above
Basic Skills and Experience:
˗ Experience in deaf education
˗ Good natural Hong Kong Sign Language skills
˗ Good Chinese / English skills (written for Deaf applicants)
˗ Good Communication skills
˗ Basic skills in computer word processing software (MS Word, PowerPoint, Excel)
- According to academic qualifications and job-related experience
- 14 days of annual leave per year (can be adjusted according to
- Medical insurance scheme
Please complete and submit application form with full resume, availability and expected salary to firstname.lastname@example.org on or before 11 Jun 2021. Please contact our General Manager, Mr. Raymond Wong at 2385 2755 should you need more information.