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Literacy Intervention Teacher (3 years contract)

The Literacy Intervention Teacher helps 5 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.

Job Responsibilities:

  • 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
  • Any other assigned duties


  • 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


  • Degree, preferably in psychology, early childhood education or special needs education
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office and basic IT knowledge and skills
  • Fresh graduates are welcome to apply
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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.


  • 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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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.


  • 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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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.


  • 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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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.