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Join us today for a meaningful career reaching out to the disadvantaged. We work closely with community partners to bring holistic support and care to individuals and families.

Please email your application here, and indicate your position of interest in the subject header.

List of Openings and Internships

Role:

Reporting to the Director of Specialised Services, the candidate job description includes:

  • Implement the case management services as well as plan, review and conduct support programs for the offenders in the community. He/She will be part of Specialised Services Dept and will be expected to work closely with other stakeholders and other community resources.
  • Assessment, implementation and review of the supervisees reintegration process.
  • Ensure integration of supervisees assessment and treatment services in a throughcare approach for the rehabilitation of offenders in the community.
  • Engagement and collaboration with community agencies in the provision of correctional counselling treatment services and monitoring and assessing quality of services provided.
  • Administration and co-facilitation of core and auxiliary services: (a) Co-facilitate in groupwork; and (b) Co-facilitate support groups and special events.
  • Build trust, gain confidence of clients
  • Provide casework for families and individuals
  • Demonstrate good interpersonal skills

Candidate requirements:

  • Min Degree in Social Work/Counselling/Psychology or Post-Graduate in Counselling
  • Min 2 yrs of work experience
  • Prepared to work during non-office hours
  • Comfortable to work with ex offenders and their family in the community
  • Knowledge of correctional and addictions work is an advantage
  • Ability to engage in clinical counselling & case management in consultation with core team and with community partners in rehabilitation needs of clients.

Role:

  • Help children grow in all aspect of life, emotional, social, physical, intellectual and spiritual.
  • Supervision of daily homework and prepare students for upcoming test and examination
  • Ensure students complete their school work, assessment books and corrections.
  • Maintain regular communication with student’s parents
  • Look after children’s well-being during study, play and meal times.
  • Address classroom disciplinary issues using positive disciplinary technique
  • Ensure the safety and security of students at all times
  • Prepare and execute holiday programmes and outings as required
  • Foster good working relationship with students, parents and team members
  • Responsible, good role model for the children.
  • Work location: Jurong West. Working hours: Mon-Fri: 10.30am – 7pm.

Candidate requirements:

  • Minimum Educational Qualification: O level to Diploma holder
  • Preferably with related working experience dealing with children aged 7 – 12 years old.
  • Strong passion and love for children

Role:

  • Ensure that all HR policies, practices and initiatives are in compliance and aligned
  • Processing of payroll, OT, Allowances, CPF, work pass levy, IR8A, NS reimbursement, mandatory government surveys
  • Perform end to end recruitment process, inclusive of interview coordination, on-boarding and off-boarding activities
  • To update and maintain employee records in the HR system
  • File management to ensure all necessary documents are filed appropriately in employees’ P-Files.
  • Prepare HR related letters for employees
  • Responsible for staff training and development matters
  • Monthly HR reporting, Annual Manpower Budget
  • To assist in staff Benefits and Compensation administration
  • Renewal of insurance policies
  • Maintain accurate employees’ information in the HR System
  • Manage work pass and contract renewal activities
  • Provide support in streamlining HR policies, systems and procedures
  • Handle employee disciplinary issues and grievances
  • Annual Performance Appraisal review
  • Assist with day to day operations of other HR functions and duties support on HR related matters
  • Any other relevant projects or duties as assigned

Candidate requirements:

  • Provide support in streamlining HR policies, systems and procedures
  • Monthly HR reporting, Annual Manpower Budget
  • A mature individual with professional work attitude and the ability to adapt in a fast-paced environment, multi-task and perform under pressure.
  • Min Bachelor’s Degree with 2 yrs of relevant working experience in Human Resource.
  • Proficient in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and database management.
  • A team player who is able to communicate effectively with people of diverse cultures.
  • Excellent communication skills.

Role:
Do you want to be part of a mission-driven team that is passionate about empowering women and families? Safe Place is looking for a Residential Assistant to support in providing a safe and stable living environment for mothers and babies. Responsibilities includes:

  • Oversee a clean, orderly and safe environment for residents
  • Assist residents with basic baby care when required
  • Ensure residents are accountable for their household duties and curfews

Candidate requirements:

  • Preferably experienced in one of the following: maternity care, infant care, nursing or counselling
  • Able to speak one other language besides English
  • Energized by challenges and naturally proactive
  • Warm and friendly
  • Able to speak one other language besides English
  • Preferably experienced in one of the following: maternity care, infant care, nursing or counselling
  • Shift work and some weekends are required

To apply, please send your CV to hr@lakeside.org.sg stating in subject “Application for Safe Place Residential Assistant”. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Thank you.

Role:

  • Conduct needs assessment to plan and develop programmes and talks for seniors
  • Coordinate and conduct programmes for seniors in Chinese and English
  • Provide social and emotional support to the seniors through home visits, care planning and activity recommendation
  • Volunteer management including recruitment, training, deployment and retention of volunteers to support programmes of the centre
  • Liaison for internal and external stakeholder
  • Ensure proper maintenance of records (files and database) to generate reports for funded projects and programmes
  • Support in KPI tracking and proper recording of income and expenses of centre’s programmes
  • Any other ad-hoc duties assigned by supervisor

Candidate requirements:

  • Ability to conceptualize new and creative ideas to meet emerging needs of seniors
  • Ability to multi-task & adapt to changes
  • Ability to maintain database and writing of reports
  • Proficiency in English and Chinese (to speak and conduct programmes independently)
  • MS Office savvy
  • Keen interest to serve seniors and community
  • Passion for outreach and positive mindset
  • Initiative and self-driven
  • Strong sense of responsibility and accountability
  • Past employment experience with seniors/eldercare related service