Ajyal Special Needs Center
ACCEL International and Saudi Aramco are excited to announce the opening of the Ajyal Special Needs Center in September 2019. This center is the first of its kind in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and will provide high quality therapeutic and educational services to children with special needs.
The center is located at the Ajyal Community in Dhahran and will operate initially with a capacity of approximately 60 children. Initially, the center will enroll young children between 3 to 12 years of age. Eligibility assessment will commence on May 19, 2019 to identify the first group for enrollment as well as to determine initial interest in related services for children with special needs.
If you are interested in services for your child/children, please fill out the initial inquiry form at this link to start the assessment process.
Ajyal Special Needs Center Mission:
“To transform the lives of children with developmental disabilities and their families by providing high quality and evidence based practice services including diagnosis, early intervention, special education, therapeutic, and vocational development programs, as well as to nurture the children to achieve their fullest potential in a safe and joyful learning environment and successfully transition them into supported academic inclusion and employment programs.”
Arizona Center for Comprehensive Education and Life Skills (ACCEL) serves individuals with special needs, including developmental disabilities, autism spectrum disorder, intellectual disabilities, and behavioral disorders.
Since 1980, ACCEL has given thousands of children and adults with special needs the opportunity to progress and flourish in safe and productive learning and work environments. ACCEL International is a private educational entity accredited by the National Commission for the Accreditation of Special Education Services and licensed by the Saudi Ministry of Education.
About Saudi Aramco:
Saudi Aramco is a leading producer of the energy and chemicals that drive global commerce and enhance the daily lives of people around the globe.
They believe in the power of energy to transform lives, enhance communities, advance human progress, and sustain our planet.
An evaluation of your child must occur before the provision of any special education and related services. The evaluation will consider the cognitive, academic, communication, motor, social, behavioral, and adaptive development of the student.
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Finance & Accounting Administrator
We’re an energetic company looking for an Accountant to join our finance team. Working closely with the Chief Financial Officer and reporting to the Center Director, the Accountant will be responsible for maintaining all accounting records pertaining to the preparation of all monthly quarterly and annual financial reports including profit/loss statements, balance sheets and summary of cash flows. The ideal candidate should be a team player, highly organized and be comfortable in a fast-paced environment. We offer a supportive, friendly and casual work place with lots of opportunities to grow within our organization.
Human Resources Administrator
The Human Resources (HR) Administrator, provides leadership support to the line management on day-to-day HR issues including recruitment, performance, and employee relations.
Program Manager/ Principal
Through leadership, supervisory and administrative skills, manages the assigned school to promote the educational, therapeutic, and behavioral development and well-being of each student. Using internationally recognized expertise the Program Manager/Principal will establish high quality holistic services and programs that are proven to be best research based practices in the field, will meet the Center’s mission and service delivery model and individual needs of students leading to successful transitions.
Screen, evaluate and treat speech and language disorders as well as provide feeding and swallowing management to promote safety in the school setting. Treatment to be provided to students with physical, cognitive, and emotional/behavioral challenges through interdisciplinary collaboration with teachers, parents and other related service providers. The therapist should be knowledgeable in the evaluation and treatment of the receptive/expressive language, language processing, phonology, feeding disorders and augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) technology utilizing culturally and linguistically appropriate assessment tools.
The School Psychologist will be a seasoned professional that holds our values of initiative, dignity, excellence, accountability and service close to their heart. This person will work with an interdisciplinary team to conduct assessment, case management, classroom placement, behavioral intervention and data collection procedures for students with special needs. Evidenced based classroom practices, including the Model Classroom Program ©, will be implemented by the team. We need a dynamic individual with a demonstrated commitment to special education, nonprofit work and quality services for students with special needs.