Careers

Dedicated to women and their dependents

Our team of committed practitioners drive the organisation’s mission of uplifting Muslim women and families with skills, knowledge, assistance, and opportunities through quality programmes and services.

Early Childhood Education

Student Care Centres

Program Assistant (Bedok Reservoir)

Job Objective

The Programme Assistant effectively creates a secure and quality learning environment for children. He/She creates a secure environment for children through enhancing trusting and respectful relationships with them. He/She enriches children’s learning through co-designing and implementing developmentally and culturally appropriate curriculum, while effectively integrating innovative teaching and learning practices. The Programme Assistant is intentional in building partnerships with parents and families, and actively engages and co-designs in Centre’s initiatives to support its collaborative efforts with the community. He/She works closely with colleagues and stakeholders to a culture of collaboration and collegiality.

Roles & Responsibilities

  • 1. Management and Administration
    • Work under supervision of the Supervisor within the student care centre’s policies, philosophy and procedures to meet the needs of children and families.
    • Assist Supervisor in the planning, implementation and monitoring of the SCC programme.

    2. Child Development

    • Apply child development knowledge to promote and support children’s learning and holistic development specific to individual needs.

    3. Learning Environments and Curriculum

    • Plan and implement daily and holiday programme
    • Plan strategies to support learning and development
    • Support children’s emotional development and positive relationship
    • Lead and manage a class of her own
    • Deliver lessons in classroom based on given lesson plans
    • Propose for relevant resources and materials for her own class
    • Conduct classroom sharing experiences with peers at least once a month
    • Propose field trips and work together with the Senior Programme Assistant
    • Attend meetings with SCC staffs at own centre level

    4. Family and Community Engagement

    • Build strong partnerships with families by communicating and sharing information and resources to facilitate the continuity of learning between centre, homes and the wider community.
    • Comply with government regulations, quality assurance framework

    5. Any other duties that may be assigned from time to time

Requirements

  • At least a Diploma, preferably in Care & Programmes (Student Services & Coaching)
  • WSQ Introductory Student Care
  • Has a valid certificate in first aid
  • Preferably with 2 years relevant experience in student care sector
  • Demonstrate ability to handle work professionally, independently and efficiently with good classroom and management skills.
  • Possess effective organizational and follow-up skills, paying attention to detail.
  • Good interpersonal skills and able to interface with all levels, internally and externally, in a professional and responsive manner

Head Office

ASSISTANT MANAGER , FUNDRAISING

Job Objective

To ensure the organisation meets its fundraising target and to establish or strengthen relationships with major donors

Roles & Responsibilities

  • Be the lead in all fundraising activities
  • Plan and execute new innovative ideas in fundraising
  • Strategise and implement marketing and media plans to reach the fundraising target
  • Develop, motivate and enhance relationships with current and potential donors to secure donations
  • Prepare and present relevant materials and collaterals to potential donors (both individual and corporate)
  • Maintain accurate records and updates of donors
  • Oversee all donor activities
  • Write grant letters to various associations and foundations to request for donations and funding for various programme and operational needs
  • Update and manage the database of donors
  • Liaise with Finance Department for the processing of donations
  • Collaborate with internal stakeholders for timely updates and presentations of the fundraising activities
  • Assist in the day-to-day operations of the department or any other ad-hoc activities and events that require involvement
  • Manage a team of fundraising executive and intern within the department

Requirements

Qualifications:

  • A degree in Business Management, Marketing, Communication or equivalent

Experiences:

  • 2 years of proven experience in non-profit fundraising, with a track record of meeting or exceeding fundraising goals.

 

Competencies

  • Highly internet savvy, with good MS Office skills
  • Strong knowledge of fundraising techniques, donor relations, and grant writing.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Extensive network in high level of business environment is a plus.
  • Adept in using Salesforce would be bonus

 

Additional

  • Comparable experience in client facing roles, non-profit organisations, digital marketing, and business development strongly favoured
  • Good network with corporations, foundations, donors is desired

Social Services

SOCIAL WORKER / COUNSELLOR - 1 YEAR CONTRACT BASIS (AS-SALAAM FAMILY SUPPORT CENTRE)

Job Objective

1. Implement the provision of Agency’s core programmes

2. Provide support for clients and family members

Responsibilities

  1. Provide family casework and counselling to individuals, families and groups.
    1.1 Assess, plan and implement intervention methods, see through case closure in accordance to
    Agency’s practice.
    1.2 Maintain records on progress of clients.
  2. Provide information and referral service.
  3. Facilitate Agency support programmes.
  4. Deliver talks/workshops.
  5. Facilitate groupwork programmes for parents and children.
  6. Assist to collate and analyse trends and the needs of the clientele group and society.
  7. Any other duties as assigned by Centre Manager of PPIS As-Salaam Family Support Centre.

Requirements

  1. Bachelor’s degree in social work or equivalent, OR Master’s degree in Counselling; preferably an accredited Social Worker OR Counsellor
  2. Minimum 3-5 years’ relevant work experience in social work/counselling setting.
  3. Bilingual in Malay and English.
  4. Has a pleasant disposition, with good communication and
    interpersonal skills.

SOCIAL WORK ASSOCIATE (AS-SALAAM FAMILY SUPPORT CENTRE)

Job Objective

1. Assist Programme Co-ordinator(s) in planning, implementing and evaluating Agency’s core programmes

2. Provide admin support for Agency programmes, especially where Social Work skills are required (e.g. attending and exploratory skills during I&R calls and/or urgent walk-in clients)

Responsibilities

  1. Attending to calls by members of public
  2. Providing seamless information and referral service if support required by clients are not available at Agency
  3. Assisting Programme Co-ordinators, in the planning, implementation and evaluation processes of Agency programmes
  4. Preparing logistics and admin support for Agency programmes.
  5. Liaising with external vendor/stakeholders on admin matters
  6. Facilitating clients on appointment/Court Order related matters
  7. Conducting post-programmes check-in calls with clients
  8. Following through Agency’s procedures and adhering to confidentiality
  9. Report to multiple Programme Co-ordinators for the different tasks assigned
  10. Any other duties as assigned by Centre Manager of PPIS AsSalaam Family Support Centre.

Requirements

  1. Social Work Diploma holder (A-level / non-Social Work diploma holder may apply to be considered)
    Bilingual in Malay and English
  2. Possess good basic computer skills
  3. Has a pleasant disposition, with good communication and interpersonal skills

SENIOR SOCIAL WORKER (AS-SALAAM FAMILY SUPPORT CENTRE)

Job Objective

  1. Co-ordinate and implement the provision of Agency’s core programmes
  2. Carry out supervisory role to caseworkers
  3. Provide support for clients and family members

Responsibilities

1. Provide family casework and counselling to individuals, families and groups.
1.1 Assess, plan, and implement intervention methods, see-through case closure in accordance to the Agency’s practice.
1.2 Maintain records on progress of clients.

2. Provide information and referral service.

3. Co-ordinate, plan, implement and evaluate Agency support programmes.

4. Deliver talks/workshops.

5. Facilitate groupwork programmes for parents and children.

6. Prepare and review annual programme budget.

7. Lead in collating and analyzing trends and needs of the clientele group and society.

8. Provide supervision to caseworkers.

9. Represent agency in meetings/discussions with external parties

10. Any other duties as assigned by Centre Manager of PPIS As-Salaam Family Support Centre.

Requirements

  1.  Bachelor’s Degree or Post Graduate Diploma in Social Work; or Masters in Counselling; preferably an accredited Social Worker.
  2. Minimum 3 years’ relevant work experience in social work setting. Preferably with minimum 2 years’ experience of a supervisory role.
  3. Bilingual in Malay and English.
  4. Has a pleasant disposition, with good communication and interpersonal skills.

Assistant Director, Research Development Unit

Job Objective

The unit shall provide research leadership and is responsible for the planning, execution and securing of funds and resources for social research development projects that will advance, strengthen and translate into organisation’s programmes, practices, and services.

The Assistant Director will lead the unit to undertake social research and data analytics, provide technical advice on research scoping and methodology, collaborate with internal and external stakeholders and partners in the social research community, provide supervision, and build up the research expertise of the team.

Responsibilities

· Establish the unit as a leading and progressive social service research outfit

· Plan and manage research and studies agenda on current and emerging social service topics relevant to the organisation’s mission

· Cultivate a network of stakeholders and partners in the social research community to facilitate information sharing, seek out emerging social trends or national/international benchmarks and to adopt best practices in research and translation

· Engage internal social service centres to understand and prioritize opportunities for research

· Formulate and sharpen research guidelines and processes to safeguard ethics and to deliver projects with efficiency and impact

· Plan and manage research budget and resources

· Builds research capabilities by guiding and mentoring the team to deliver the research and studies agenda

· Manage research knowledge, publication and sharing

· Communicate and promote understanding of research topics and how they translate into actual programmes and services

· Consultative role to national policies and agendas related to family and social service

Requirements

· Masters/Degree/Professional Qualification in Social Work, Social Science, Business Administration or related discipline

· At least 5 years of relevant experience in managing a team in social-related research or programme development

· Possess strategic and analytical abilities

· Possess good interpersonal skills to forge collaborative relationships across a wide spectrum of stakeholders

· Good communicator – writing and presenting

Social Work Associate (2-years Contract) - INSPIRASI PPIS

Job Objective

  • To provide support in the implementation of INSPIRASI Marriage Preparation Programme (MPP) 
  • To provide support in the implementation of INSPIRASI Marriage Enrichment and Support Programme (MESP) 
  • To provide support in the implementation of INSPIRASI outreach effort 
  • To provide support in the implementation of INSPIRASI Gives Back Project (IGB) 

Responsibilities

 

  1. Marriage Preparation Programme (MPP) & Marriage Enrichment and Support Programme (MESP)
  • Provide administration and programme coordination support including but not limited to MPP scheduling on related platforms.  
  • Update and maintain profile & attendance of clients
  • Update and maintain risk and protective database. 
  • Assist in administration of feedback, monthly statistic, and reports
  • Assist in event planning to execution to post event tasks
  • Ensure adherence to standard operating guidelines, ethical practices and governance in managing clients’ data when managing programme. 
  1. Outreach

    • Assist in INSPIRASI’s outreach efforts to reach out to young couples which include providing support in the planning and development of publicity materials and video production.

    • Ensure adherence to standard operating guidelines, ethical practices and governance in managing clients’ data when managing programme.
  1. Gives Back  Project (IGB)
  • Assist in the planning, event day execution and post event tasks to ensure smooth programme implementation.  
  • Ensure adherence to standard operating guidelines, ethical practices and governance in managing clients’ data when managing programme. 
  1. Other duties

    • Maintain and update the library resources.

    • Provide covering duty for the support team.

    • Carry out any other duties assigned from time to time.

Requirements

  • Diploma in Social Science (Social Work) or relevant studies. 
  • Demonstrate ability to hand work professionally, independently, and efficiently with a strong customer service mindset. 
  • Process effective organizational and follow-up skills, paying attention to details. 
  • Possess relevant IT skills and knowledge. 
  • Good interpersonal skills and able to interface with all levels, internally and externally, in a professional and responsive manner. 

Social Work Associate (SWA) - PPIS VISTA SAKINAH

Job Objective

  • To provide information and referral services (10%)
  • To provide support to the implementation of PMK programme (40%)
  • To provide support to Outreach and ROMM on-site administration (40%)
  • Other duties (10%)

Responsibilities

 

Information and referral 

  • To attend to walk-in clients and ensure smooth documentation of registration
  • Provide accurate information and refer clients to appropriate agencies for further information

Support Outreach and FITRAH 

  • Coordinate and provide logistical support for programmes
  • Collate evaluation of programmes
  • Ensure smooth administration of programmes

Support PMK Programmes 

  •  Coordinate and provide logistical support for programmes
  • Collate evaluation of programmes
  • Ensure smooth administration of programmes

Other duties

  • Provide general manpower support for the Office
  • Provide reception duty
  • Provide covering duty for other SWAs
  • Carry out any other assigned duties from time to time
Job Specifications
  • Diploma in Social Sciences (Social Work) or relevant studies
  • Demonstrate ability to handle work professionally, independently and efficiently with a strong customer service mindset
  • Possess effective organizational and follow-up skills, paying attention to details
  • Possess relevant IT skills and knowledge
  • Good interpersonal skills and able to interface with all levels, internally and externally, in a professional and responsive manner

Social Worker - PPIS VISTA SAKINAH

Job Objective

  • Coordinate, implement and develop core services as determined by the agency using a social work lens
  • Conduct Casework and Counselling for both Casework (CW) and Marriage Counselling Programme (MCP) cases, PMK Orientations (PMKO), delivery of workshops, support group programmes and talks for relevant programmes
  • Institute systems and monitor progress of outputs, outcomes, budget utilization so as to ensure strategic directions / goals are aligned
  • Support research projects of the Centre
  • Support outreach and publicity efforts via digital platforms to enhance service delivery of programmes

Responsibilities

 

Service Targets

  • Monitor and ensure programme targets are met and delivered to standards and objectives set by the Centre acting to rectify the situation when unmet

 

Service Administration

  • Oversees and manages processes and systems for the smooth functioning of the service

 

Clinical Duties

  • Manages and attend to Information and Referral situations where necessary
  • Manages and attends to all MCP and CW cases as assigned by the Manager by providing the essential therapeutic intervention utilizing systemic practices and perspectives
  • Provide timely and consistent documentation of case assessment forms and case notes of sessions with clients within the time frames set by the Centre
  • Key in data and statistics related to casework or programmes
  • Engages in regular individual and occasional group-based supervision of personal practice towards consistent development of clinical skills

 

Programme Delivery

  • Delivers/conducts the necessary intervention required for the service and its programme components

 

 

Content Development

  • Develops content for the strategic programmes to further enhance the quality and standards of service delivery of the Centre

 

Evaluation and Research

  • Develops evaluation tools for the strategic measurement of outcomes to serve an evidence-informed programme development process
  • Provide critical analysis of programme outcomes, vis a vis service goals

 

Any other duties assigned

  • Undertake any other responsibilities and duties assigned by the Centre Manager
Job Specifications

 

a)    Bachelor’s Degree, Masters or Post Graduate Diploma in Social Work from accredited institution with at least 3 years of experience or

b)    Masters in Counselling or Post Graduate Certificate in Counselling or related field from accredited institution with at least 3 years of experience

 

c)    Demonstrate ability to handle work professionally, independently and efficiently with a strong client service mindset at different levels from individuals to couples, families and groups (Able to understand and relate to remarrying couples and their (step) children)

 

d)    Possess effective organizational and follow-up skills, paying attention to details for statistics and report submissions

 

e)    Demonstrate competency in providing case management and counselling assessment and intervention grounded on social work principles and framework (evidence-informed practice)

 

f)      Possess relevant IT skills and knowledge in conducting events, sessions and outreach via digital platforms

 

g)    Good interpersonal skills and able to interface with all levels, internally and externally, in a professional and responsive manner

Executive Officer - Family Service Centre (East)

Job Objective

  • To provide finance and office administration support
  • · To provide general administration, office maintenance and clerical duties
  • · To provide support to the implementation of the Centre’s programmes and projects

Responsibilities

Finance and Office Administration

  • To ensure timely and accurate submissions for Petty cash and other financial duties in accordance to timeline set by Finance (PPIS)
  • To assist CM in coordinating Annual Budget Submission
  • To prepare financial reports as requested by PPIS or funders
  • To coordinate TENDERBOARD applications and approvals
  • To ensure documentation, monitoring and tracking of internal admin and financial processes: claims, financial assistance, admin, etc.
  • To assist Programme Coordinator in annual sourcing of collaterals either for agency or programme usage

 

Office Maintenance

  • To ensure timely procurement of items and services needed by agency (eg: servicing of aircon, supplies of stationeries and other consumables)
  • To ensure that agency’s physical and interior image are well maintained (inclusive maintenance of equipment and assets)
  • To document work process of office equipment – borrowing, lending, maintaining, etc
  • To ensure smooth-running of reception duty and tasks associated with it
  • To submit Time Off and Supervision hours of staff to CM.

 

General Administration and Clerical Duties

  • Assist in general administration and clerical duties as assigned by Centre Manager including receptionist duties

 

Programme Support

  • Provide logistical support and assistance to implementation of programmes

Qualification and Requirements

Required Qualifications:

  • Diploma

Required Work Experiences:

  •  1-year of work experience

 

Competencies

  • Good grasp of MS Office, specifically Excel.
  • Detailed-oriented
  • Relevant work experience in admin and finance setting preferred
  • Bilingual in Malay/Mandarin/dialects and English.
  • Has a pleasant disposition, with good communication and interpersonal skills.

Social Worker (Family Service Centre West)

Job Objective

To provide casework and counselling, Information and Referral services to individuals and families; to provide Community Work or Group work intervention within the boundaries of the FSC; Special Projects. 

Responsibilities

 

  • Provide timely response and relevant intervention to clients

 

  • Tap on external schemes, services, programmes that can improve the well-being of clients

 

  •  Plan, organise, execute and evaluate community work interventions

 

  • Other duties assigned by the Centre Manager

Requirements 

  • Degree or Post-Graduate Diploma in Social Work, preferably an accredited Social Worker

 

  • Minimum 3-5 years relevant work experience in Social Work setting

 

  • Bilingual in Mandarin/Dialects and English, to liaise with clients

 

Candidates who meet the above requirements are requested to apply.
We regret that only shortlisted candidate will be notified.

Senior Social Worker (Family Service Centre West)

Job Objective

Participate in social work practice across disciplines. Build professional relationships with clients, significant others and other professionals.

Responsibilities

 

Casework and Counselling 
 
  • To readily identify and assess risks inherent in highly complex cases by integrating a range of information.

 

  • To readily use professional tools and working templates to guide staff in case assessment and case planning .

 

  • To represent the centre in its advocacy efforts for vulnerable families, with the aim of advocating for these families to have access to equal opportunities through collaborative practice with community partner.

 

Groupwork and/or Community Work 

  • To lead in the conduct of client/community assessments, adapt group/community work processes and specialized intervention strategies.

 

  • To integrate best practices into group/community work.

 

Supervisory Duties 

  • To monitor supervisees’ compliance to professional processes (such as the use of tools and templates, adherence to practice policies)

 

  • To assess supervisees’ capabilities, identify professional growth areas and build training interventions to meet the growth areas.

 

  • As the identified Practice Lead of the Centre, to induct new hires in the centre through individual supervision during their probation period.

 

Operational Managerial Skills (Operational Processes, Policies and Protocols) 

  • To support the Lead Social Workers / Lead Social Service Professionals in the implementation of centre’s operational and practice protocols, processes and policies.

 

  • Undertake any other duties assigned by the Head of Centre.

Qualifications

Minimum Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or Post Graduate Diploma in Social Work from an accredited institution. At least 8 years relevant experience in social work practice.

 

Candidates who meet the above requirements are requested to apply.
We regret that only shortlisted candidate will be notified.

Social Worker (Family Service Centre East)

Job Objective

To provide casework and counselling, Information and Referral services to individuals and families; To provide Community Work or Group work intervention within the boundaries of the FSC; Special Projects.

Responsibilities

 

  • Provide timely response and relevant intervention to clients;
  • Tap on external schemes, services, programmes that can improve the well-being of clients;
  • Plan, organise, execute and evaluate community work interventions;
  • Other duties assigned by the Centre Manager.

Requirements

  • Degree or Post-Graduate Diploma in Social Work, preferably an accredited Social Worker;
  • Minimum 3-5 years relevant work experience in Social Work setting;
  • Bilingual in Malay/Mandarin/Dialects and English, to liaise with clients.

 

Candidates who meet the above requirements are requested to apply.
We regret that only shortlisted candidate will be notified.

SYM Academy

Centre Manager

Job Objective

To supervise monitor, implement and evaluate direct service particularly:

Individual, Couple and Family Therapy Service;

  • Group Psychotherapy (CLBC);
  • Family Development Programme;
  • Clinical Supervision;
  • Workspace;
  • Professional Practice Training

 

To conduct training and consultancy related to the abovementioned programmes;

To conduct corporate and therapy-related trainings;

To supervise Systemic Therapist in programme and project conceptualisation, implementation and evaluation;

To provide a quarterly review and propose projection of programme implementation;

Responsibilities

 

  • To develop monitoring strategies and maintain effective administrative,reporting and therapeutic processes of academy direct service;
  • To develop and monitor client data management system;
  • To develop programme management;
  • To provide inputs to the Operations team on the marketing and outreach strategies and plan for individual,couple and family therapy service;
  • To look into compiling and archiving approaches used Therapy Service;
  • To create a systemic learning pathway through mutual learning space across Professional Services Programmes.

Requirements

 

  • Master degree in Social Work, Systemic Psychotherapy & Diploma in Clinical Supervision;
  • Training in Systemic thinking;
  • At least 10 years of relevant service in the field of Social Work and Counselling with at least 1 year of supervision position;
  • Able to conduct individual and group clinical supervision;
  • Able to conceptualise and develop a proposal based on relevant framework and theories;
  • Possess good grounding on theoretical frame;
  • Possess good interpersonal skills;
  • Excellent report writing;
  • Highly reflexive practitioner;
  • Ability to manage a team and its dynamics

Therapist

Job Objective

To provide systemic psychotherapy at highly specialist level employing methods based on evidence, to facilitate outreach programmes and participate in centre research projects.

Responsibilities

 

  • To undertake detailed and highly systemic assessments for individual clients, couples, and families using such assessment procedures
  • Involved face-to-face contact with clients and their families for a discussion and work through highly complex, sensitive and personal information related to struggles presented
  • To plan a series of outreach activities to introduce various services and objectives of the Centre to other organisations and public.
  • To participate in planning, designation and undertaking appropriate service audits. To assist the research and development agenda by proposing areas of research appropriate to advancing the nature of family and systemic work within the service speciality.
  • Participate in research of benefits designated service area and the service as a whole, including where appropriate work evaluating current systemic practice, work related to the development of innovative systemic assessment and intervention procedures, and work related to the better care of children and adolescents.
  •  Represent and advocate for the Centre, its services and clientele population.

Requirements

 

  • Bachelor or Post-Graduate in Social Work
  • Minimum 2 years working experience in the field of social work and counselling
  • Trained in systemic thinking and language with a flair in report writing skill
  • Have received clinical supervision

Rise Above Halfway House

Operations Executive

Job Objective

Ensure day to day needs of residents and operational requirements of the halfway house are met.

Responsibilities

 

1. Operational Matters

· Conduct routine security checks on the premises and maintain an up-to-date updated log of all security matters

· Ensure seamless handing and taking over of shifts and smooth running of daily operations

· Facilitate the entry and exit of all residents, staff and visitors to the HWH in a safe and secure manner

· Provide logistics support and oversee estate management for the effective functioning of HWH

· Assist in monitoring of workplace safety and health standards

· Provide support in residential programmes such as Admission briefings, Familiarization Tour, outings, family visits, workshops, talks and community projects

 

2. Residents’ Matters

· Ensure overall safety and well-being of residents and house rules are adhered to ensure close supervision and maintain discipline of the residents

· Motivate residents through their day-to-day interaction

· Handle residents’ grievances

· Refer residents’ issues to Social Worker when necessary

Requirements

 

· At least 1 year of relevant working experience in a similar sector

· Willing to work shifts hours (including weekends, overnight shifts) and be operationally ready for emergency deployment on off days

· Good interpersonal and communication skills

· Matured and able to balance caring for residents as well as ensuring protocols and safety are in order

· Position is open only to female candidates due to the criteria of SPS.

· Most welcome candidates with CISCO/AETOS/Police experience

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