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Want a fulfilling career in social service? View career opportunities currently available below:

Job Scope

  • Develop and nurture relationships with prospective major donors
  • Organise fundraising and community-based events, including corporate functions
  • Manage website and social media platforms to optimise content and reach
  • Assist with volunteer management
  • Provide editorial support and publish corporate literature on a regular basis
  • Preparation of public relations collaterals and materials (eg. brochures, posters)
  • Knowledge of Adobe Creative Cloud applications (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign) an added advantage

Requirements

  • Bachelor/Diploma in Mass Communication/Business
  • Good understanding of the social service and/or non-profit sector
  • Strong interest in community work
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team
  • Excellent writing and communication skills
  • Good project management, planning and organisation skills
  • Ability to create and edit written and visual content effectively
  • Attention to detail and accuracy, with ability to be adaptable and meet tight deadlines
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Job Scope

The Literacy Intervention Teacher helps 4 to 12-year old students cope and remain in mainstream schools, and reduces the risk of juvenile delinquency in their later years.  This role is for a committed individual who wants to make a difference in the lives of children and their families through educational intervention programmes for specific learning needs.

  • Teach primarily using the Orton-Gillingham approach to help bridge the gaps in literacy skills of students with learning needs
  • Tailor individualised educational plan for each student based on his/her learning challenges
  • Prepare appropriate teaching resources and materials
  • Write annual educational progress report for each student
  • Update parents on their children’s educational progress and to conduct the parent-teacher conference twice a year
  • Plan and execute Kids Club programmes with other colleagues
  • Update the Literacy Centre manager on clients’ progress and development
  • Collaborate with Psychological Services, Youth and Parenting Departments on case management
  • Handle students’ administrative matters
  • Participate as an active team member in department-organised activities as well as organisation-wide events
  • Any other assigned duties

Requirements

  • Degree, preferably in psychology, early childhood education or special needs education
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office and basic IT knowledge and skills
  • Sound theoretical understanding of child development
  • Passionate about working with children
  • Ability to engage and make strong student connections
  • Excellent command of the English language, preferably bilingual
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team
  • Willingness to collaborate with corporate partners such as schools and hospitals
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Job Scope

  • Welcome and greet, answer / refer enquiries, through walk-ins or on the telephone, direct visitors, clients, and students by maintaining employee, department and student class directories
  • Maintain security by following and providing administrative and logistical support. E.g. temperature taking of students, maintaining logbooks, locking up procedures, safety of students at the reception area
  • Assist with daily fee collection, monitor and follow up on outstanding fee payment, and counter-checking of fee payment procedures and schedule
  • Follow up with students/ parents who are late for or miss class/ appointment
  • Assist in planning/ scheduling meetings; booking of rooms for functions/ programmes
  • Assist with classroom allocation for all students, teachers, programmes and communicate plans to parties involved
  • Assist in tracking and ordering of office supplies e.g. stationery, paper, printer toner, toiletries, bottled drinks, etc.
  • Ensure all classroom supplies are ready for daily use
  • Communicate with other departments/ agencies on actions required
  • Support programmes whenever needs arise. Eg. printing, cutting, laminating, sorting resources, collecting parental feedback forms, handling courier services, etc.
    Perform any other assigned duties

Requirements

  • Minimum ‘N’ or ‘O’ levels
  • At least 2 years of administrative experience, preferably in the social service sector
  • Good knowledge in Microsoft software (Word and Excel)
  • Strong experience in budget tracking and administrative processes preferred 
  • Excellent organisational and coordination skills
  • Analytical abilities with a ‘can-do’ attitude
  • Dynamic and resourceful personality
  • Good interpersonal, collaboration skills and excellent in both written and spoken communication skills is a must
  • Able to multi-task
  • Able to work on Saturday mornings
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Job Scope

  • Work with others in a team to provide an environment of safety for children with difficult behaviours in a children’s home
  • Able to respond calmly to children when they exhibit difficult behaviours
  • Look after the needs of children (physical & mental wellbeing of children in care)
  • Creating a safe and positive living environment, setting rules for children’s behaviour & providing one to one teaching/coaching on daily living skills
  • Check on each resident’s needs and progress
  • Help children form secure attachment bonds with appropriate adults
  • Provide close supervision to children
  • Work effectively in a team environment

Requirements

  • Minimum N levels
  • Must be able to work rotating shifts (day & night), on weekends and public holidays
  • Able to work in an energetic environment with children 
  • Experience working with children is an advantage
  • Persistent and active learner
  • Need to have understanding and a non-judging attitude
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Job Scope

  • Handle case work &/or counselling
  • Conduct office interviews and regular home visits
  • Support clients through full spectrum of case management, including regular follow-up and communication
  • Build good rapport with relevant stakeholders and external agencies in order to mobilise resources to meet client’s needs
  • Complete assessments and reports and any other administrative requirements related to case management
  • Oversee casework management and provide supervision, coaching and feedback to supervisees

Requirements

  • Degree or graduate diploma in social work or equivalent
  • 3-5 years of relevant work experience
  • Familiar with parenting / family issues and care of children with social issues
  • Trauma-informed and knowledge of attachment issues will be an advantage
  • Good report writing skills
  • Bilingual, with good communication and interpersonal skills
  • Able to multi-task and open to learning
  • Responsible, resilient, self-motivated and a team player
  • Able to work during weekends and evenings, when required
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