We are a faith-based social service agency that wants to pay it forward by loving and serving the community’s children, youths, and seniors.

 

Our faith-based ethos motivates us to love and care for our beneficiaries and clients with the love that our God shows to us. We are committed to loving and serving them with excellence and empathy, caring for them as individuals. We will go the extra mile for their well-being. We desire that they find their hope and purpose and go on to create positive impact in their community.

 

We work together like a family in a friendly, open, and collaborative environment. We value and honour one another with mutual respect and trust. We celebrate success during the good times, and we support and journey with one another during tough times. We persevere joyfully through challenges and difficulties. We value integrity and doing the right thing even when it costs us.

 

We value authenticity, even in acknowledging our mistakes and development needs. We are encouraged to learn continuously so that we can grow in our competency, and expand our capacity and contribution.

 

If you share our passion and have skills and knowledge in any of our services, we would love to hear from you!

Positions Available

Childcare Principal

Location: Woodlands

 

New Life Childcare is childcare with a difference. We cherish and nurture every child to become a happy and confident learner with good character values. We believe that each child is a unique individual, who grows and develops skills through exploring within an educational and play-based curriculum. 

We are looking for individuals who are dedicated and passionate in working with children. 

 

Roles & Responsibilities:

  • Provide mentorship to staff
  • Nurture positive teamwork among team members
  • Provide leadership to staff to ensure smooth day-to-day operations
  • Ensure licensing requirements and health & safety regulations are maintained at all times
  • Establish positive partnerships with parents

Requirements:

  • Possess at least Diploma in Early Childhood and Education – Teaching and Leadership 
  • Hands-on experience in handling administrative and operative directives of a preschool environment
  • Ability to communicate effectively at all levels 
  • A sound command of both spoken and written English
  • Minimum 3 years management experience in the childcare industry

Childcare Relief Teachers (English / Chinese)

Location: Woodlands, Bukit Panjang & Junction 10

 

New Life Childcare is childcare with a difference. We cherish and nurture every child to become a happy and confident learner with good character values. We believe that each child is a unique individual, who grows and develops skills through exploring within an educational and play-based curriculum. 

We are looking for individuals who are dedicated and passionate in working with children. 

 

Roles & Responsibilities:

  • Manage the well-being and daily needs of children such as showering, toileting, meals, etc. 
  • Support the main teacher during lessons
  • Washing and cleaning of toys, mattress, carpet when necessary 
  • Ensure safety and hygiene of children 
  • Ad hoc duties as assigned 

Requirements:

  • Minimum Diploma in Pre-school teaching (DPT) / WSQ Advanced Certificate in Early Years (ACEY) / WSQ Higher Certificate in Infant Care (HCIC) 
  • Passionate to work with young children age 2 months to 6 years old 
  • Able to work rotating shifts (7am to 7pm) 
  • Pleasant disposition with good communication skills 

Programme Executive (Children Programmes)

New Life Children Programmes is a specialised service catered to K2 to P4 children. Our missional purpose is to nurture children to be confident and compassionate individuals.

 

We are looking for individuals who are dedicated and passionate  in working with children as well as partnering parents, volunteers and other stakeholders in supporting the children’s development.

 

Roles & Responsibilities:

  • Plan, execute, monitor, and evaluate programmes
  • Manage and provide support to volunteers
  • Build positive and close working relationships with children, parents and relevant stakeholders
  • Plan activities to engage and build a relationship with mentee(s) on a 1-2-1 basis
  • Any other duties as assigned by supervisor

Requirements:

  • Minimum Polytechnic Diploma or higher
  • Experience in working with children is an advantage
  • Service-oriented and passionate about working with children and families
  • Proficient in English and Mandarin
  • Team player and adaptable to changes
  • Able to work on weekday nights and Saturdays

Part-Time Programme Executive (Children Programmes)

New Life Children Programmes is a specialised service catered to K2 to P4 children. Our mission is to nurture children to be confident and compassionate.  

 

We are looking for individuals who are dedicated and passionate  in working with children as well as partnering parents, volunteers and other stakeholders in supporting the children’s development.  

 

Roles & Responsibilities:

Programme preparation 

  • Work closely with staff I/C on session plan, briefing & debrief, and matters to follow up  

Programme implementation and evaluation 

  • Oversee the smooth running of sessions  
  • Execute curriculum and individual sessions 
  • Monitor and evaluate sessions in-line with session and programme goals 

Volunteer Management 

  • Manage volunteers in programme delivery, provide support  
  • Facilitate volunteer briefing, debrief and discussions on programme day 

Working Hours

  • 9 hours/week, 18 hours/month
  • Weekday – 3.5 hours 
    • Meet staff for briefing and debriefing, things for staff I/C to follow up based on past sessions
    • Prepare programme logistics for session 
  • Weekend (Saturday) – 5.5 hours (12.30pm – 6pm) 
    • Prepare for and execute programme, including set-up and tear-down  
    • Conduct volunteer briefing and debriefing 

Requirements:

  • Minimum a Diploma with experience working with children  
  • Passionate about working with children and families 
  • Service-oriented with strong interpersonal and communication skills
  • Proficient in English and Mandarin 
  • Team player and adaptable to changes 

Student Care Teacher-Mentor

New Life Student Care is catered to Primary School going children, 7 – 12 years of age. Our mission is to mentor children to become disciplined and confident individuals through providing holistic engagement at our three centres.

 

We are looking for individuals who are dedicated and passionate in working with children as well as partnering parents, volunteers and other stakeholders in supporting the children’s development.

 

Location: Teck Whye

 

Roles & Responsibilities:

 

Classroom Management

  • To observe, evaluate and document students’ performance and behaviour
  • Adopt creative teaching techniques to engage and motivate the students in their learning
  • Possess primary school content knowledge for Homework Guidance
  • Implement effective routines for work, meal-time and play
  • Ensure the safety and well being of the students at all times
  • Use technology effectively for work and teaching. Able to use PowerPoint for presentations, Excel for basic formulas and calculations, and video-cameras to document students’ learning

Activity planning, implementation, and evaluation

  • Plan, execute, monitor, and evaluate programmes
  • Oversee the smooth running of activities
  • Plan and execute activities
  • Monitor and evaluate sessions in line with session and activity goals

Partnerships with stakeholders

  • Build positive and close working relationships with parents and relevant stakeholders
  • Communicate effectively (both written & verbal) with colleagues, caregivers and volunteers
  • Work cheerfully and collaboratively with all stakeholders to uphold professional conduct and organization values
  • Work with children and their families (Assessment & Parent-Teacher Teleconferences)

Administrative

  • Attend to enquiries, maintain proper records and prepare reports
  • Keep accurate and up-to-date administrative and student records at all times
  • Perform other administrative roles as assigned from time to time by Student Care Manager

Other Departmental Needs

  • Support in other administrative and logistics as needed (e.g. call parents, write meeting minutes, etc.)

Corporate Events

  • As assigned by event I/C

Others

  • Any other duties as assigned

Requirements:

  • Minimum Polytechnic Diploma or higher
  • Passionate and committed to connecting with children and families
  • Service-oriented with strong interpersonal and communication skills. Proficient in English and Mandarin
  • Team player and adaptable to changes
  • Energetic, responsible, organised and ethical

Youth Workers

Location: Fajar and Woodlands Youth Hubs

 

New Life Youth caters to youths 11 – 21 years of age. Our mission is to mentor youths by creating a positive impact on their lives, developing their resilience through nurturing mentorships and empowering them to initiate change within their communities. 

We are looking for individuals who are dedicated and passionate in working with youths.

 

Roles & Responsibilities:

 

1-to-1 Mentoring

  • Passionate in engaging youths through conversations and activities to build rapport 
  • Being a positive role model to holistically develop youths in their biological, psychological, social and emotional aspects 
  • Ability to utilise principles of youth development to instil discipline and build youths’ positive self-conception and individual strengths  
  • Able to connect well, develop and maintain a relationship of trust with the youths 

Operations (Youth Hub & Schools)

  • Co-lead and conduct sessions with learning objectives based on SEL 
  • To observe, evaluate and document youths’ performance and behaviour 
  • Apply creative techniques to engage and motivate the students in their learning 
  • Plan, execute, monitor and evaluate programme and activities  
  • Monitor and evaluate sessions in line with pre-determined goals 
  • Utilise different tools (such as technology) effectively for work and teaching  

Partnership with Stakeholders

  • Build positive working relationships with relevant stakeholders 
  • Communicate effectively (both written & verbal) with colleagues, caregivers and volunteers 
  • Work positively and collaboratively with all stakeholders to uphold professional conduct and organisation values 

Other Departmental Needs/Corporate Events 

  • Support in other administrative and logistics as needed or as assigned by event I/C 
  • Any other organisational and or departmental duties as assigned 

Requirements:

  • Minimum Bachelor’s Degree or higher 
  • Passion and commitment in working with youths 
  • Service-oriented spirit with strong interpersonal and communication skills 
  • Proficient in English and Mother Tongue  
  • Team player, able to take initiative and adaptable to changes 
  • Energetic, responsible, organised and ethical 
  • Minimum 1 year of relevant experience working with youths 

Fundraiser

The Fundraiser primarily reports to the Head of Communications and Partnerships and his/her main role is to provide support in all fundraising related work as assigned by the Head, Communications and Partnerships.

 

Roles & Responsibilities:

  • Promote awareness of the organization’s mission and work
  • Develop and drive fundraising strategies
  • Spot and cultivate new fundraising opportunities
  • Develop proposals for grant application
  • Plan fundraising initiatives to help the organization meet financial goals
  • Form strong relationships with external stakeholders
  • Ensure major donors are satisfied and kept in the loop
  • Any other duties as assigned by supervisor

Requirements:

  • Proven track record in fundraising
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Able to work under pressure
  • Excellent team player, yet able to work independently

Programme Lead, Silvercare

New Life Silvercare envisions a community where seniors can enjoy their later years by living a healthy and fulfilled lifestyle connected to their neighbourhood, and can positively impact the community around them, from the active to pre-frail to frail. 

 
We are looking for people who are passionate about seniors to manage the planning and operations of active ageing and befriending programmes for seniors.  

 

Roles and Responsibilities: 

  • Start up and oversee programmes and operations of multiple sites for senior activities  
  • Develop and implement an annual calendar of active ageing programmes for seniors of various frailty status  
  • Encourage community development by identifying the strengths of seniors and encouraging them to self-initiate mutual help groups and serve other vulnerable seniors in the community
  • Engaging and building partnerships with community partners to serve the needs of seniors
  • Develop plans to recruit, engage and train volunteers to achieve meaningful volunteer experience 
  • Establish roles where seniors can volunteer 
  • Coordinate with internal departments to plan intergenerational activities 
  • Develop outreach plans for seniors  
  • Develop SOPs and referral processes with other care providers 
  • Manage budget for the running of centres 
  • Prepare reports, compile data and submit for reporting purposes 
  • Any other duties as assigned by the supervisor 

Requirements: 

  • Diploma/Degree, preferably with 4-6 years experience in eldercare   
  • Strong problem-solving, planning and organizing skills 
  • Passionate about serving seniors 
  • Experience in managing a team will be advantageous  
  • Resourceful, proactive, adaptable, responsible and client-centric 
  • Strong collaborative and stakeholder management skills  
  • Proficiency in digital skills 
  • Service-oriented with strong interpersonal and communication skills
  • Proficient in English, Mandarin and/or dialects 

Senior Social Worker/Social Worker

Experiencing unforeseen circumstances and life crises can create stress not only for parents but for their children as well. New Life Casework and Counselling helps families to cope with their daily living expenses through financial counselling and collaborates with other community agencies to support them. 

 

We are looking for experienced case managers who are dedicated and passionate in helping and supporting children, youths and families. 

 

Roles & Responsibilities:

  • Manage casework/counselling interventions and group work in the areas of financial assistance, youth-at-risk, children’s counselling and family work. 
  • Guide multi-disciplinary teams to implement and evaluate casework, counselling and group work
  • Conduct clinical supervision for newer staff members
  • Mentor junior social workers/counsellors and support their professional development
  • Participate in Team Strategic Planning 
  • Perform stakeholder engagement and partnerships 

 Requirements:

  • Degree in Social Work/Counselling or general degree with Graduate Diploma in Counselling
  • Attained Certificate in Supervision (FRTC/SASW)  
  • 3 to 5 years of experience as social work practitioner/counsellor 
  • Experience in working with children, youths and families 
  • Insightful, responsible and possesses the willingness to mentor 
  • Ability to collaborate across services and agencies 
  • Ability to converse in Malay is an advantage  

Volunteer Management Executive

New Life Volunteer Management (VM) plays a vital role in engaging volunteers, cultivating long-term relationships and building volunteer commitment that bring an affinity between the volunteers, the organisation and its mission. 

 

We are looking for a passionate, organised and sociable professional to be a key member in creating a volunteer-friendly culture within New Life where fulfilled volunteers are fulfilling needs.  

 

Roles & Responsibilities:

  • Conceptualise, plan and develop strategies to build deep friendships and foster collaborative relationships with internal and external stakeholders 
  • Design, implement and administer VM systems and processes
  • Network, match and engage volunteers with organisational and beneficiary needs
  • Curate and manage the volunteer training programmes and learning management systems to strengthen capability, support aspirational and motivational needs, and create buy-in
  • Work closely with internal stakeholders to collate volunteer contributions and support in secretariat work and reporting of the volunteer programmes to management
  • Utilise appropriate platforms for effective communication with volunteers and internal stakeholders to optimise engagement and coordination

Requirements:

  • Diploma or Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Human Resource or related fields
  • Good understanding of the social service sector or non-profit organisations 
  • Passionate in creating positive impact for internal and external stakeholders 
  • Self-starter and multi-tasker with flexibility & adaptability  
  • Ability to think big-picture and be meticulous  
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills 
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office and familiar with social media  
  • Experience in Project or Event Coordination will be an advantage 

To view and apply for any of our open positions, please check our job postings in our Career Portal Page.

 

If you encounter any difficulties, please contact us at nlcs_[email protected].