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Supervisor, Student Care Centre

Our Student Care Centres provide a caring, conducive and safe environment for children whose parents are unable to look after them during the day because of work commitments. A conducive home-away-from-home also provides opportunities for the students to develop socially, morally, emotionally and intellectually, which allows them to develop holistically and reach their fullest potential.

Job responsibilities:

  • Manage the daily operation of the centre.
  • Handle administrative duties – students and staff records, correspond with clients and stakeholders, fees collection, issuance of receipts and banking in cash/cheque.
  • Oversees the staff’s welfare, plan staff duty roster, supervise and guide staff in classroom Management.
  • Cover staff’s duties when staff is on Annual Leave or MC.
  • Conduct monthly staff meetings to plan programmes for the centre.
  • Perform any other duties assigned by the Manager Student Care.

Requirements:

  • Minimum Diploma in Early Childhood and Education is an advantage.
  • At least 5 years of working experience in school-based student care setting, of which 3 years in a supervisory position.
  • Strong planning, organization skills and stakeholder management skills.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, preferably bi-lingual.
  • Enjoy working with children.
  • Good interpersonal skills.
  • Proven leadership skills with multi-tasking abilities.
  • Ability to work independently and as a team.
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Student Care Programme Coordinator (2 years contract)

Our Student Care Centres provide a caring, conducive and safe environment for children whose parents are unable to look after them during the day because of work commitments. Creating a stable home-away-from-home environment at each centre is important as students can spend their time meaningfully and be positively nurtured in their mental well-being. Such an environment also provides opportunities for the students to develop socially, morally, emotionally and intellectually.

Job responsibilities:

  • Responsible for the children’s well-being and safety at all times.
  • Assist and guide the children with their daily school work.
  • Plan and conduct character development programmes and activities to support the holistic development of the children.
  • Maintain discipline and classroom management while engaging the children in fun developmental activities and learning lessons.
  • Responsible for responding to parent queries at the centre.

Requirements:

  • Minimum GCE O Levels.
  • Enjoys working with children aged 6-12 years.
  • Prior work experience in a student care centre environment preferred. However, fresh graduates are also welcome to apply.
  • Good communication, interpersonal skills and keen learning attitude.
  • Responsible, self-motivated, and able to work well in a team setting.
  • Able to work in a systematic and organised manner with attention to detail.
  • Passionate and patient about working with children to provide an environment of care in an after-school care setting.
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Residential Care Worker

Job responsibilities:

  • 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 and 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.
  • Possesses an understanding and a non-judging attitude.
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Social Worker / Counsellor (Pre-FGO)

Job responsibilities:

  • Handles full spectrum of case management, support intervention and counselling for clients who are mainly at-risk children and youth.
  • Conducting office interviews and regular home visits.
  • Completing assessments and reports in a timely manner.
  • Supporting departmental administrative requirements and any other organisation-wide activities.

Requirements:

  • Degree or graduate diploma in Social Work / Psychology.
  • Certified in YLS / CMI
  • At least 1 year of relevant experience as a Social Worker.
  • Familiar with parenting / family issues and care of children with various social issues.
  • Good comment of the written and spoken English, preferably bilingual.
  • Good report writing skills.
  • Able to work on non-traditional working hours (e.g. weekends and week day evenings, if required).
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Temporary Student Care Programme Coordinator

Job responsibilities:

  • Assist to coach children with their school work.
  • Plan and execute programmes and activities for the children.
  • Assist to respond to parents at the centre.

Requirements:

  • Minimum GCE O Levels.
  • Enjoys working with children aged 6-12 years
  • Passionate and patient about working with Children to provide an environment of care in an after-school care setting.
  • Team player
  • Able to work 6 hours in the afternoon from Monday to Friday.
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Manager/Assistant Manager (Community Relations)

Job Summary

  • Oversee the community relations functions of the organisation, which include public relations; volunteer management; fundraising; and, any other community relations work as directed by the Executive Director.
  • Provide exemplary leadership and manage a team of community relations staff to ensure the effective delivery of public relations, volunteer management and fundraising functions.
  • Ensure that community relations staff work as a team, and their well-being are looked into. This is in view of the challenging nature of community relations work that will involve staff working outside of normal office hours and on weekends.

Public Relations

  • Formulate and implement the overall communication strategies and engagement programmes for the organisation.
  • Oversee and co-ordinate the regular in-house publications and collaterals such as Newsletters and Annual Reports; ensuring timely and high-quality delivery.
  • Oversee the management and maintenance of the organisation’s website to ensure it is updated at all times.
  • Oversee the management of social media platforms to ensure that regular postings are well-planned and scheduled; and, messaging meets strategic organisational needs.
  • Develop, plan and execute community events (talks, seminars, workshops, festive events) that reach out to the immediate community (which can include staff, clients and those within the immediate vicinity of the organisation’s premises). This includes overseeing the logistical requirements, pre-event communications and briefings to ensure positive outcomes.

Volunteer Management

  • Work together with community relations staff to plan, develop and organise volunteer-driven programmes and services that complements the organisation’s domain work.
  • Collaborate with staff from other departments for their inputs and ideas in the planning, development and organising of complementary volunteer-driven programmes and services.
  • Oversee the proper management of volunteers and volunteer-driven programmes and services, ensuring that volunteers are managed with respect and valued as human capital of the organisation.
  • Evaluate, review and enhance volunteer management and volunteer-driven programmes and services; ensuring positive outcomes, for both volunteers and clients.
  • Build up the volunteer pool which will include corporate as well as individual volunteers; matching them to suitable volunteer-driven programmes and services; and, working with volunteers to be engaged with the organisation on a longer-term basis.
  • Collaborate with other departments to identify suitable opportunities for corporate companies and organisations to be involved with the organisation’s work in the community. These involvements may include volunteer-driven programmes, services as well as fundraising.

Fundraising

  • Work together with the Board and Fundraising Committee, to plan, organise and execute all fundraising activities that are approved by the Board and/or directed by the Executive Director.
  • Identify fundraising opportunities and work with Executive Director and community relations staff on these opportunities.
  • Serve a liaison person between the Board’s Fundraising Committee and the organisation’s staff on major fundraising activities.
  • Provide regular updates on donations to Executive Director and/or Board.
  • Ensure that fundraising collaterals are updated and deployed on a regular basis.

Creativity Team

  • Oversee the process of digitalisation of work-related content such as curriculum content and teaching aids for Literacy and Student Care Centres, as well as facilitating digital approaches in various areas of work across Epworth.
  • Oversee the facilitation of digital work in the social media arena and other activities on various IT platforms.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor/Diploma in Mass Communication/Business with at least 5 to 7 years’ relevant experience, including 3 years of managing a team.
  • Familiarity with public education, event management and project stakeholder engagement.
  • Good understanding of the social service and/or non-profit sector.
  • Strong interest in community work, with a customer service orientation and good stakeholder awareness.
  • Self-starter, able to work outside office hours on occasion.
  • Strong leadership qualities.
  • Ability to think and work independently.
  • A good team player.
  • Excellent writing, interpersonal 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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Community Relations Executive (Volunteer Management)

Job responsibilities:

  • Develop and implement strategies in volunteer attraction and management, including conceptualising, planning and implementing outreach initiatives to increase awareness of the organisation’s programmes.
  • Recruit, engage and foster strong relationships with existing and new volunteers.
  • Effectively administer volunteer management systems and processes.
  • Develop and support the implementation of relevant training programmes to enhance volunteer capabilities and improve volunteer engagement and retention.
  • Support organisation transformation initiatives, including administering surveys and following up on post-survey actions for external stakeholders.
  • Work closely with departments to coordinate volunteer contributions on both department and organisation-wide levels for effective management and reporting purposes as well as coordinating and managing the publication of the Annual Report.
  • Effectively handle communications with volunteers and internal departments on various platforms, including website and social media, to optimise content and reach.
  • Manage the organisation’s website to ensure integrity and currency.
  • Manage the membership roll of the organisation.
  • Be involved in projects as directed by Assistant Manager (Community Relations) and/or the Executive Director.
  • Report directly and is accountable to Assistant Manager (Community Relations).

Requirements:

  • Diploma in Social Work/Community Development OR Bachelor/Diploma in Mass Communication/Business with some experience in fundraising and volunteer acquisition events.
  • Familiarity with public education, event management, training programmes and projects involving multiple stakeholders
  • Good understanding of the social service and/or non-profit sector
  • Ability to build good working relationships with internal and external stakeholders at all levels
  • Self-starter, able to work outside office hours on occasion
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team
  • Excellent writing, interpersonal and communication skills
  • Attention to detail and accuracy, with ability to be adaptable and meet tight deadlines
  • Experience in attracting, managing and working with external stakeholders (eg. volunteers) will be an advantage.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office and basic IT knowledge and skills
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Senior/Social Worker (Centre for Positive Recovery)

Job responsibilities:

  • Handle case work and/or counselling on Trauma-related issues.
  • Conduct regular home visits and work with families from their homes.
  • Support clients through full spectrum of case management work; including co-ordinating various support services, 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.
  • Provide supervision, coaching and feedback to junior social workers.

Requirements:

  • Degree or graduate diploma in social work or equivalent.
  • At least 5 years of relevant work experience; including 2 years supervising junior social workers.
  • Experience and knowledgeable in working on trauma and attachment issues will be very advantageous.
  • Familiar in working on parenting and family relation issues.
  • Familiar with social and behavioural issues related to children and youths.
  • Good command of English and report writing skills.
  • Bilingual, with good communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Responsible, resilient, self-motivated, able to multi-task and be a team player in a multi-disciplinary team.
  • Able to work on weekends and weekday evenings, if required.
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Intervention Specialist (STAR Programme, Epworth Literacy)

The intervention specialist helps 5 to 12-year old students cope 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 the imparting of strategies to students to help them with their individual learning, behavioural and socio-emotional challenges, and sharing of skills with parents.

Job responsibilities:

  • Conduct intervention sessions primarily using the Mediated Learning Experience (MLE) approach to impart and equip students with skills to regulate their behaviours and attention issues, as well as manage their socioemotional challenges.
  • Plan and conduct intervention sessions according to the session objectives based on the individual student’s needs and challenges.
  • Prepare appropriate teaching resources and materials.
  • Prepare pre and post Cognitive Functions and Behaviour Rating Checklist (CFCL) bi-annually or after 20 sessions to evaluate a student’s progress.
  • Update parents on their child’s progress regularly and conduct a parenting session (every 10th session) to share on skills taught and obtain parent’s feedback on their child’s progress.
  • Conduct a first appointment and consultation with parents and student before the start of the intervention to understand the student’s profile and challenges, as well as parenting styles and family dynamics.
  • Collaborate with colleagues to plan and execute Kids’ Club programmes and actively participate in organizational level events.
  • Update the Centre manager and STAR coordinator on clients’ progress and development.
  • Collaborate with colleagues/psychologist/manager in case conferencing/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 in psychology, early childhood education or special needs education.
  • Sound theoretical understanding of child development and parenting styles.
  • Passionate about working with children and families.
  • Shows an aptitude in understanding the student beyond his/her behaviours and family dynamics.
  • Demonstrates ability in planning, implementing and evaluating suitable strategies to support and equip the student and parents in student’s challenges.
  • Ability to engage and make strong connections with students and parents.
  • Ability to be flexible and adapt to the different needs of the students and parents.
  • Strong 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
  • Proficiency in Microsoft office and basic IT knowledge and skills.
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Psychologist (Centre for Positive Recovery)

The Psychologist is required to provide psychological services and interventions to clients by working in a multi-disciplinary team of social workers, counsellors and allied professionals to promote their mental well-being by addressing their cognitive, social, emotional and behavioural needs.

Job responsibilities:

  • Conduct psychological assessments and therapy services to clients and their family members/caregivers.
  • Develop and update treatment plan and interventions including therapy, counselling, and application of therapeutic treatments for difficulties pertaining to mental health issues such as trauma, depression etc.
  • Serve as a clinical resource to the team, providing specialist advice and consultative support on the provision of therapeutic care in relation to the child and his/her family. This may also include providing consultations to caregivers and families on the understanding and management of the child, so as to maximise their capabilities.
  • Assist in staff coaching related to therapeutic intervention. Where necessary, the psychologist may provide relevant sharing of information to staff and other stakeholders on the understanding and management of the child.
  • Provide psychological inputs during case conferences.
  • Maintain updated records of psychological interventions and reports.

Requirements:

  • Master degree qualification in Clinical/Applied Psychology from a recognised university with a minimum 3 years of relevant experience working with children and families.
  • Registered Psychologist with Singapore Psychological Society.
  • Strong stakeholder management and engagement skills
  • Good report writing skills, communication and interpersonal skills
  • Good understanding of trauma, attachment and resilience theory, child and adolescent development, behavioural management techniques, and childhood issues such as emotional disturbances and learning disabilities.
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Psychologist (Epworth HomeSweetHome)

As a Psychologist, you will provide psychological services in multi-disciplinary settings, applying a wide array of psychometric assessments and treatments for clients with routine psychological conditions. You will conduct psychoeducational programmes and training for other professionals.

You are required to be a resourceful, proactive and collaborative professional, and work in varied settings such as public and private institutions, hospitals, healthcare and voluntary welfare organisations.

Job responsibilities:

Conduct psychological assessments

  • Conduct psychological assessments and manage psychological cases under supervision.
  • Prepare assessment reports for routine cases, and identify gaps in assessment tools and propose recommendations applicable for the local context.
  • Deliver case presentations within psychological services.

Deliver interventions

  • Formulate evidence-based and data-driven intervention plans in collaboration with multi-disciplinary teams for routine cases.
  • Identify areas of improvements to existing interventions based on research and sector trends
  • Deliver psychological programmes and services.

Build stakeholder relationships or capacity

  • Provide psychological inputs to other specialised departments and relevant professionals.
  • Collaborate with internal and external stakeholders to deliver and improve client care and services.

Uplift professional practice in psychology

  • Assist in the delivery of training programmes as part of continuing professional development.
  • Deliver psychoeducation programmes for clients.
  • Identify areas of improvement in models of client care and services based on evidence-based practices.
  • Perform data collection and analysis to support research.

Requirements:

  • Master degree qualification in Clinical / Applied Psychology from a recognised university with a minimum of 3 years of relevant experience in working with children and families.
  • Registered Psychologist with Singapore Psychological Society.
  • Strong stakeholder management and engagement kills
  • Good report writing skills, communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Good understanding of trauma, attachment and resilience theory, child and adolescent development, behavioural management techniques, and childhood issues such as emotional disturbances and learning disabilities.
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If you want to join us in making a difference in the lives of children and youths, do drop us your resume at , and we will contact you for future opportunities. Your information will be kept in strict confidence.

Internship Opportunities

If you are interested in an internship with Epworth Community Services, do drop us your resume at , and indicate the dates of your availability, and we will contact you if there are suitable internship opportunities.