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Available Positions

Join the CareElderly team at our Seniors Activity Centres (SAC) to keep vulnerable seniors active and empower them with a renewed sense of purpose to become channels of support in the community.  Currently positioned at three locations – Merpati Road, Circuit Road and Serangoon North, our SACs serve seniors in the surrounding blocks, including rental blocks.  As Programme Assistant/Programme Executive, you will be impacting seniors by promoting active ageing, preventing social isolation and rendering inter-generational activities through a holistic range of programmes, as well as providing concierge services in a senior-friendly and hygienic environment.



Job Responsibilities:

  • Plan and conduct on-site activities for seniors that promotes social interaction, and health and wellness in a group setting
  • Supervise and assist seniors when participating in the activities
  • Assist in the formation of mutual help groups amongst the seniors residing within service boundaries
  • Mobilise and coordinate community volunteer efforts
  • Assist in the management of the Alert Alarm System
  • Ensure the safety and quality aspects of care delivery
  • Maintain an updated register of seniors, volunteers and any other records critical for follow-up and reporting to organisation and relevant authorities
  • Conduct home care assessments and complete initial assessments (using Community Screening Tool) of senior and family to determine home care needs
  • Adhere to industry standards of quality control and compliance of procedures in all aspects of caregiving



Job Requirements:

  • A passion and desire to work with seniors
  • A self-motivated team player who enjoys working with different profiles of seniors
  • Able to plan, develop and implement programmes to meet the needs of seniors
  • Able to engage, befriend and motivate seniors through facilitation of activities or programmes
  • Able to perform administrative tasks and possess basic Microsoft Office literacy
  • Good interpersonal skills and displays enthusiasm to support the work in CareElderly department
  • 5-day work-week; From Monday to Saturday (with one fixed week-day off and rest day on Sunday), 8.30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Join our CareLibrary family trained in dementia care with a goal to maintain cognitive wellness and slow down the cognitive decline of our clients. This is done through multi-sensory stimulating activities, with the aim of retaining their functional abilities and social engagement within the community.  In a vibrant, safe and supportive environment, CareLibrary provides person-centered care for senior adults with/is at risk of cognitive impairment through non-pharmacological methods.



Job Responsibilities:

  • Conduct and facilitate activities and programs employing the right posture of speech, positive and effective language/instructions, and engage each participant as effectively as possible
  • Conduct virtual 1-1 programmes to stimulate interactive cognitive engagement
  • Assess the participants’ profile, for example, cognitive, behavioural and functional abilities, to tailor appropriate care according to their needs
  • Build and maintain good interpersonal relationships with clients, caregivers, volunteers and the community
  • Assist in the sourcing and creation of cognitive activities to improve and refresh resources and activities used
  • Assist the Director of Program in the logistic preparation, volunteer management, centre administration, clients’ queries and other ad-hoc projects
  • Assist to identify caregivers’ needs and organise events to support caregivers
  • Adhere to instructions and guidelines and uphold an excellent standard of quality control and compliance of procedures in all aspects of care delivery



Job Requirements:

  • A passion and desire to work with persons with Alzheimer/Dementia
  • Able to facilitate programmes employing person-centered care approach, and positive and effective language skills to engage participants
  • Good interpersonal skills to build a strategic relationship with the caregivers and render support by providing useful information
  • Relevant education in mental health, social work, gerontology or related field of study
  • Relevant experience in geriatric services and programme execution for dementia clients
  • Able to perform administrative tasks and possess basic Microsoft Office literacy
  • 5-day work-week; From Monday to Friday, 8.30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Join our CareKids family as a Programme Coordinator to provide caregiving and nurture children to bloom where they’re planted in our school-based student care centres! Currently positioned at Eunos, Jiemin, New Town, and Stamford primary schools and fondly referred to as ‘CareHuts’, we practice the ABCs in the work we do with children:


A love and energy for working with them; caring for their well-being and social-emotional needs.
Believing each moment spent is influential and we can speak love, discipline and life into their lives!
Creating a safe and nurturing environment they can call their ‘second home’.

You will be an impact and positive role model in the lives of primary school children (P1-P6), through the ABCs and support their holistic development with healthy routines, creative fun programmes and events throughout the year!



Job Description :

  • Provide supervision and guidance to primary school children (7-14 years old) after school
  • Plan and conduct after school activities that will nurture children and help them discover their potential (e.g. character development and fun-learning programmes)
  • Execute the programmes and activities provided by the CareHut.
  • Guide the children in their behaviours through positive discipline and mentorship
  • Support the holistic development of the children with programmes and events during school holidays
  • Ensure safety and well-being of the children at all times
  • Perform Centre administration and other ad-hoc projects and/or administration as assigned by the Centre Supervisor



Job Requirements:

  • Passionate in reaching out to and empowering children, especially those from the disadvantaged background
  • Must love children yet be able to be firm and patient
  • Work independently with less supervision
  • Enjoy working in a high-energy & dynamic environment
  • Able to work 6 hours during school term and 8 hours during school holidays (March, June, September and December)
  • Able to converse with students in English
  • Possess at least GCE “O” Level certification

Job Description:

  • Identify, cultivate, solicit, steward and retain qualified prospects, donors and sponsors.
  • Develop, motivate and enhance relationships with donors, sponsors, advocates and volunteers to secure major gifts, sponsorships and CSR-related projects
  • Work closely with other departments to serve the needs of the beneficiaries in the community by obtaining sponsorships and CSR projects.
  • Maintain a database of donors, sponsors and CSR projects
  • Management of related events and projects
  • Other duties as assigned



  • Possess a relevant degree with at least three years of relevant work experience.
  • Familiar with concepts, practices, and procedures about donor management and CSR.
  • Must be comfortable in dealing with top management of external companies and partnering organisations.
  • Excellent oral, written, interpersonal, analytical, and organisational skills are a must.
  • Ability to plan, prioritise and multitask to achieve goals with minimum supervision and a strong team player.

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