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 Teachers (English / Chinese)

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. 

 

Location: Islandwide

 

Roles & Responsibilities:

  • Plan and deliver meaningful and engaging activities for children
  • Deliver lesson plans to help children learn and develop their potential
  • Carry out routine care for children
  • Set up inviting and enriching classroom environment
  • Collaborate with colleagues and stakeholders, including parents and community partners, to help children learn better
  • Provide periodic updates to parents on the children’s learning and development
  • Plan and organise activities and events, such as field trips and concerts, to help children learn

Requirements:

  • Minimum Diploma in Preschool Teaching (DPT)
  • Passionate to work with young children aged 2 months to 6 years old
  • Able to work rotating shifts (7am to 7pm)
  • Pleasant disposition with good communication skills

Childcare Principal

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.

 

Our goal is to help young children stay healthy and safe, take joy in their learning, and make a positive contribution to their community. We are also committed to imparting Christian values to all children in strengthening their character development.

 

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

 

Location: Islandwide

 

Roles & Responsibilities:

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

Requirements:

  • Minimum Diploma in Early Childhood and Education – Teaching and Leadership
  • Minimum 3 years experience as a Childcare Centre Leader
  • Hands-on experience in handling administrative and operative directives in a preschool environment
  • Strong interpersonal and leadership qualities
  • Ability to communicate effectively at all levels
  • Good command of both spoken and written English

Student Care Teacher-Mentors (Part-Time)

New Life Student Care is catered to primary school-going children who are 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, Bukit Panjang & Woodlands

 

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
  • Possess primary school content knowledge for homework guidance
  • 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

Senior HR Executive

We are looking for a passionate and energetic individual to partner with the Heads of Department in growing & expanding our services.

 

Roles & Responsibilities:

  • Assist in the full spectrum of HR functions
  • Performance management
  • Employee engagement
  • HRMS management
  • Participate in other HR programmes

Requirements:

  • Degree in Human Resources or general degree
  • At least 5 years of HR experience
  • Excellent communication skills (written, oral, and presentation)
  • Strong knowledge of MS office and general HRIS
  • Passion to work in a social service agency
  • A good team player
  • Ability to work with staff at all levels
  • Experience in the Early Childhood sector will be an added advantage

Operations Executive

The Operations Executive is responsible for overseeing operational functions and ensuring that daily operations run smoothly.

 

Roles & Responsibilities:

  • Source and appoint vendors for FM services to support centres’ operations
  • Work closely with term contractors in maintaining an operational centre for services
  • Promptly support centres’ requests for service, rectification, and any other concerns
  • Conduct checks on the quality of services provided by vendors
  • Administrate the procurement system, access and CCTV systems
  • Assist in managing office space, seating arrangements, telephone lines, storage, etc.
  • Support the HQ office with sourcing and procurement
  • Manage and maintain office supplies, equipment, and facilities
  • Ensure compliance with organisational policies and procedures
  • Manage IT help desk and administration

Requirements:

  • Proven track record in handling vendors, contractors and WSH-related projects
  • Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office applications, including Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Visio
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Excellent team player and able to work independently
  • Ability to multi-task and service-oriented

Communications Executive

The Communications Executive reports to the Head of Communications & Partnerships and is responsible for digital marketing and content creation for New Life’s corporate social media channels.

 

Roles & Responsibilities:

  • Develop and execute marketing campaigns to drive brand awareness and engagement
  • Manage social media platforms
  • Create digital content
  • Perform social media and web analytics
  • Act as event photographer for corporate events
  • Collaborate with relevant internal and external stakeholders and ensure timely roll out of marketing content

Requirements:

  • Diploma or degree in Marketing, Communications, or other equivalent
  • At least three years of work experience as a digital marketer and content creator
  • Skilled in social media marketing and web content writing
  • Well-versed in social media management and analytics tools
  • Well-versed in photo and video editing tools (e.g. Canva)
  • Experienced in working in the social service sector is a plus
  • Excellent English proficiency (proficiency in Mandarin is a plus)

Associate Researcher

The Associate Researcher plays a key role in supporting the mission of New Life Community Services by conducting research, analysing data, and contributing to evidence-based practices. The incumbent will work closely with the research team to collect, interpret, and disseminate information relevant to the agency’s programmes and services.

 

Roles & Responsibilities:

  • Conduct comprehensive literature reviews and research to identify evidence-based practices relevant to our service areas
  • Analyse current services and identify areas for improvement based on evidence and data
  • Design and implement evaluation frameworks for existing programmes to assess effectiveness and impact
  • Collaborate with services to co-design new programme models or enhancements to existing ones based on evidence-based insights and research findings
  • Prepare and present reports to management and stakeholders, with findings and recommendations
  • Facilitate training sessions for staff on evidence-based practices and data-informed decision-making
  • Source for and develop resources and tools to support staff in implementing research-informed approaches
  • Stay updated with the latest research and trends in social services and share knowledge with the team

Requirements:

  • Bachelor of Arts, Social Work, or equivalent in any discipline
  • At least 3 years of experience and strong knowledge in social sciences and research methodologies
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Excellent team player and able to work independently

Assistant Operations Manager

The Assistant Operations Manager is responsible for managing projects and providing service support to ensure efficient and effective operations across the organisation.

 

Roles & Responsibilities:

  • Manage projects related to renovation and cyclical maintenance of Childcare and Student Care Centres from planning to execution
  • Oversee term contracts for Facilities Management services to support the needs of various centres
  • Lead system administration of new digitalisation initiatives such as eProcurement System, CCTV, and Access Control System
  • Assist in conducting checks and audits of projects to ensure compliance with Workplace Safety and Health requirements
  • Assist in formulating processes and procedures for the Operations Department

Requirements:

  • Degree or Diploma in Civil Engineering (Building & Construction) or related disciplines
  • Minimum 5 years of experience in managing renovation projects; knowledge in Civil Engineering and/or Building & Construction preferred
  • Experience with Pre-school ECDA Guidelines, especially in renovation and cyclical maintenance
  • Experience in IT support coordination is advantageous
  • Ability to manage multiple projects
  • Proficiency in MS Office apps
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to communicate proficiently in Mandarin with Mandarin-speaking stakeholders

Infant Educarer

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.

 

Our goal is to help young children stay healthy and safe, take joy in their learning, and make a positive contribution to their community. We are also committed to imparting Christian values to all children in strengthening their character development.

 

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

 

Roles & Responsibilities:

  • Deliver developmental-appropriate programmes to infants aged 2 months to 18 months old
  • Prepare age-appropriate teaching-aids
  • Create and set up a safe, pleasant, conducive, and engaging environment
  • Evaluate and document infants’ progress & development and address individual infants’ developmental needs
  • Foster good working relationships with infants, parents, and colleagues
  • Work closely with Centre Principal on daily operational matters
  • Adhere to teaching standards and safety regulations as established by the centre

Requirements:

  • WSQ Advanced Certificate in Early Childhood Education
  • Minimum two years of relevant experience

IT Executive

We are seeking a dedicated and passionate individual to join our IT team to provide our users with hardware and software support.

 

Roles & Responsibilities:

  • Assist users encountering issues with operating systems such as Windows 10 and 11, software like Microsoft 365, and basic printer setup and support
  • Troubleshoot and problem-solve for both IT hardware and applications
  • Escalate issues and involve second-tier support whenever required to resolve issues
  • Perform daily preventive checking for office IT facilities
  • Receive and log IT service requests and incidents into the ticketing system, and perform case monitoring to ensure the supporting team closes the cases
  • Coordinate smaller IT-related projects and vendor management, and assist system deployments/upgrades with the appropriate internal teams and suppliers
  • Prepare and generate operation reports and documentation to ensure appropriate reporting and metrics are being delivered to the Manager
  • Manage IT Inventory

Requirements:

  • Degree or Diploma in Computer Science, Information Technology or related disciplines
  • Experience in supporting Microsoft product like Office365, Outlook, OneDrive, etc.
  • Good knowledge of desktop OS/application support
  • Experience with MacOS support is advantageous
  • Ability to troubleshoot and either solve the issue or be able to describe the issue to outsourced support
  • Experience in IT project coordination
  • Good written and verbal communication

Silvercare Programme Executive

New Life Silvercare envisions a community where seniors can enjoy their later years by living a healthy, purposeful and fulfilled lifestyle connected to a community in their neighbourhood.

 

We are seeking compassionate individuals who are dedicated to enhancing the lives of seniors within our community. You will oversee and implement active ageing programmes following our H.A.P.P.Y framework, fostering a supportive and connected environment for seniors.

 

Roles & Responsibilities:

  • Coordinate and manage the active ageing programmes at the assigned centre
  • Train and supervise volunteers to support programme activities
  • Facilitate community development by identifying the strengths of seniors and encouraging self-initiated support groups
  • Collaborate with community partners to address seniors’ diverse needs effectively
  • Coordinate with internal departments to plan intergenerational activities
  • Coordinate events and outreach activities to engage seniors
  • Maintain accurate administrative records for reporting purposes

Requirements:

  • Diploma/Degree, preferably with experience in the eldercare sector
  • Strong problem-solving skills, planning, and organisational abilities
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, demonstrating empathy, patience, and tact
  • Willing to work on the weekends when necessary
  • Physical fitness to handle logistical tasks within the centre
  • Service-oriented with proficiency in English, Mandarin, and/or dialects for effective communication with seniors and stakeholders
  • Proficiency in digital skills, including Microsoft Office Suite and graphic design tools such as Canva

Silvercare Senior Programme Executive

New Life Silvercare envisions a community where seniors can enjoy their later years by living a healthy, purposeful and fulfilled lifestyle connected to a community in their neighbourhood.

 

We are seeking compassionate individuals who are dedicated to enhancing the lives of seniors within our community. You will oversee and implement active ageing programmes following our H.A.P.P.Y framework, fostering a supportive and connected environment for seniors.

 

Roles & 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 with various frailty statuses
  • Collaborate with the Cluster Lead to develop strategic plans for Silvercare
  • Encourage community development by identifying the strengths of seniors and promoting self-initiated support groups
  • Build and strengthen partnerships with community partners to meet seniors’ needs effectively
  • Develop plans to recruit, engage, and train volunteers to provide meaningful volunteer experiences
  • Establish volunteer roles tailored to seniors’ abilities and interests
  • Coordinate with internal departments to plan and execute intergenerational activities
  • Develop outreach plans for seniors and expand programme reach
  • Establish SOPs and referral processes in collaboration with other care providers
  • Manage the budget for the operation of centres and programmes
  • Compile data and management reporting

Requirements:

  • Degree, preferably with 4 to 6 years experience in eldercare
  • Strong problem-solving, planning, organising, and interpersonal skills
  • Passionate about serving seniors
  • Experience in team management will be advantageous
  • Resourceful, proactive, adaptable, responsible and client-centric
  • Strong collaborative and stakeholder management skills
  • Proficiency in digital skills
  • Service-oriented with proficiency in English, Mandarin, and/or dialects for effective communication with seniors and stakeholders

To apply for any of our open positions, please complete the Job Application Form and submit your resume to nlcs_recruitment@newlife.org.sg.