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Programmes Manager (AIDHA)

 

Position: Programmes Manager
Commitment: Full time
Salary range: Negotiable
Term: PermanentJob Description:

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to work in a non-profit organization and what goes on behind the scenes? The role of the Programmes Manager is one that contributes to the strategic development of Aidha’s programme offerings.

Reporting to the Director of Programmes and Development, the Programmes Manager is responsible for contributing to and supporting the development of both current and new programmes; assisting with research and evaluation initiatives that will track the success and impact of Aidha’s programmes; and managing curriculum reviews to ensure Aidha’s programmes remain effective and relevant to its students.

The position is full-time. The Programmes Manager is expected to spend at least one Sunday a month on campus (or, in light of Covid-19, supporting Sunday online activities). Note: time off-in-lieu will be provided for work on Sundays.

For a more detailed job description, please click here.

Interested candidates are invited to submit a comprehensive resume and cover letter, stating current and expected salary to careers@aidha.org

 

 


 

 

HR Assistant Manager for the Secretariat Department (AWARE)

 

AWARE’s Secretariat department is looking for a HR Assistant Manager responsible for coordinating and administering the full spectrum of HR programmes and activities.

AWARE works to promote a society where there is true gender equality—where women and men are valued as individuals free to make informed and responsible choices about their lives. We welcome well-suited individuals who share this same passion and dedication!

Position: HR Assistant Manager
Department: Secretariat
Commitment: Full-time, Monday-Friday
Salary range: $4,170-$5,010
Term: Permanent

Job Description

As an individual contributor, the HR Manager oversees the full spectrum of HR programmes and activities in the HR and admin department. Responsibilities include:

  • Maintain and recommend HR programmes and policies, processes and sharing of best practices in the non-for-profit environment.
  • Administer internship programme, including selection and training
  • Engage and advise Executive Director, management and staff on people relation issues and enquiries.
  • Manage, oversee and verify employee’s benefits, overtime, allowances and compensation and ensure that AWARE is in compliance with the latest MOM regulations.
  • Ensure monthly payroll and CPF submission is completed timely and accurately.
  • Manage income tax matters, work pass applications/renewal/cancellations, etc.
  • Source, develop, establish, implement and lead organisational training programme activities (e.g. team building, functional trainings).
  • Initiate, lead and participate in HR projects which align with AWARE’s strategic directions.
  • Manage AWARE’s data protection as the Data Protection Officer by collaborating with each department’s Assistant Data Protection Officer.
  • Oversee the maintenance of the AWARE centre, pertaining to facilities maintenance, office supplies and housekeeping.

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in HR management
  • Minimum 6 years of demonstrated experience (preferably a generalist) with some working exposure in not-for-profit organizations
  • Good knowledge of employment law and legislative requirements
  • Ability to work independently as a Team Lead for the HR/Admin Department
  • Proficiency in MS office products MS Word, PowerPoint and Excel; and Google Apps
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills
  • Strong analytical, problem-solving skills

Apply here.

 


 

CARE Administrative Executive (Full-Time) (AWARE)

 

AWARE’s CARE department is looking for a full-time executive who can help with day-to-day operational and administrative functions for the Women’s Care Centre. This will be a paid contract position until end of the year 2020.

Position: Admin Executive, CARE Department
Commitment: Full-time (10am – 7pm, five days weekly)
Salary Range: $2,410 – $3,710
Application deadline: 30 June 2020

Job Description

  • Providing administrative and operational support to the CARE department, including Women’s Care Centre and Sexual Assault Care Centre
  • Liaising between people in need and CARE staff and volunteers, to ensure smooth operations of various services offered under the department. This includes organising intake process, on-site operational support and scheduling support; gathering and analysing feedback, attending to general enquiries from people in need and referring them to various internal and external resources, etc.
  • Overseeing data management through regular documentation and filing of confidential notes, intake forms, tidying up of referrals, transcription of handwritten notes, etc. in line with standards set for different services.
  • Maintaining payment records and being responsible for prompt processing of invoices for the department
  • Managing external vendors by liaising with vendors that support various systems within CARE, like IP phones, data management software, scheduling software, etc.
  • Innovating and working with CARE staff to make administrative processes more efficient
  • Assisting in supporting staff and volunteers on various projects and ad-hoc programmes as required by the line manager
  • Meeting deadlines in a high demand environment while balancing workloads and competing priorities

Requirements

  • Minimum 1 year’s experience as an office administrator, office assistant or in a relevant role
  • Experience in client administration in social service industry is advantageous
  • Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office and G-Suite
  • Able to use initiative and judgment to solve problems independently
  • Strong belief in gender equality and the values of AWARE
  • Able to meet deadlines in a high-paced environment while balancing workload and competing priorities
  • Able to main strict confidentiality of sensitive information
  • Excellent interpersonal, empathy and communication skills in English (verbal and written)
  • Strong organisational skills

Apply here.

 

 


 

Assistant Manager, Sexual Assault Care Centre (AWARE)

 

AWARE’s Sexual Assault Care Centre (SACC) is looking for an Assistant Manager who can support survivors of sexual assault in their journey of recovery, supervise other case managers, and help the centre in its day-to-day functions as well as programme development. The role also requires supporting the SACC team in advocacy and project-based work. You can read more about our Sexual Assault Care Centre here.

Title: Senior Case Manager
Grade: Assistant Manager
Department: CARE – SACC
Commitment: Full-Time, Monday-Friday, 40 hours a week
Salary range: $4010 – $5010
Term: 1 year (with possibility of extension)
Starting date: Immediate
Citizenship: Any

Job Description:

  • Ensuring a high standard of quality of various SACC services, such as case management, legal clinic and befriending, development of programmes and services targeted at service gaps and enhancement of services.
  • Provide casework and carry out planned interventions, including crisis intervention and arranging for various internal and external services to meet overall needs of sexual assault survivors (and their significant others). This includes liaising with authorities like the police and hospitals and various community organisations.
  • Preparing case reports and regular data management for reporting and analysis
  • Ensuring adequate, timely and quality response to people reaching out to SACC through calls, WhatsApp, emails, walk-ins, referrals and other media
  • Provide support various community engagement projects, training and collaboration with key organisations/people
  • Seek and support various advocacy opportunities to remove barriers for survivors of sexual assault to seek justice and support services. This includes research and partnering with authorities, various ministries and key stakeholders in the sector.
  • Accomplish programme objectives through staff management as well as foster staff growth through supervision and identifying growth opportunities for them.
  • Working closely with Women’s Care Centre staff, counsellors and helpliners to support each other’s work.

Requirements:

  • Minimum of 5 years of related experience
  • Relevant educational qualifications, like social work, counselling, psychology or related field. Training on trauma and Singapore experience is a bonus.
  • Excellent interpersonal, empathy and communication skills in English (verbal and written)
  • Good analytical skills
  • Commitment to confidentiality
  • Superb time-management skills and ability to meet deadlines
  • Strong project planning: highly creative, adaptable and a self-starter
  • Ability to work independently to manage projects
  • Ability to use initiative and judgment to solve problems independently
  • Experience or interest in supporting or empowering individuals
  • Strong belief in gender equality and the values of AWARE
  • Proficient with computers and MS office, especially Excel and Word

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Please note that due to the large number of applications, only shortlisted applicants will be contacted for an interview. If you have any questions about this position, please email careers@aware.org.sg.

 


 

Trainer/Facilitator – Catalyse Consulting (AWARE)

 

Catalyse Consulting is the corporate consulting and training arm of AWARE, Singapore’s leading gender-equality advocacy group.

Our mission is to build an inclusive world that embraces diversity, where everyone can be the best version of themselves. We partner with companies on issues of Workplace Harassment and Bullying, Inclusion & Diversity, Unconscious Bias, Inclusive Leadership and Cross-Cultural Conflict Management.

We are seeking a values-aligned trainer/facilitator with consulting experience to advance our mission of creating inclusive workplaces. Our clients are mostly large multinationals with a strong Asia-Pacific footprint.

Position: Trainer/Facilitator
Department: Catalyse Consulting
Commitment: Full-Time, Monday to Friday

Responsibilities:

Your responsibilities will mainly be those outlined below. Over the course of your time with Catalyse Consulting, your role may evolve to ensure that your strengths, interests and challenges are appropriately attended to.

Pre-training

  1. Work closely with subject matter experts on content and instructional design (both in-person and digital)
  2. As needed, develop or oversee the production of instructional materials, aids and manuals
  3. Where requested, ensure clients’ requests and feedback are incorporated as per internal documentation and/or in-person meeting with client

During training

  1. Model safe and respectful behaviour
  2. Facilitate learning through a variety of delivery methods
  3. Ensure feedback forms are completed and collected

Post-training

  1. De-brief with sales and/or client-management team
  2. Track and record training outcomes
  3. Ensure key learnings are shared with colleagues during weekly team meeting

General

  1. Periodically evaluate programs to ensure that they reflect relevant changes on content and delivery methodology
  2. Stay abreast of the latest developments in Asia on topics that Catalyse trains on
  3. Keep current on training design and methodology

What we’re looking for:

Professional Experience

  1. Demonstrable corporate training/facilitator experience, preferably at a regional/international level
  2. Proven functional experience in consulting and/or business development and/or marketing
  3. Experience in creating corporate training content
  4. Understand management and leadership climate and nuances in Asia
  5. Comfortable working in a multi-cultural and diverse team

Skills

  1. Excellent English, verbal and written, and communication skills
  2. Strong presentation and facilitation skills
  3. High level of client and stakeholder management skills
  4. Adept at respectfully communicating professional boundaries
  5. Professional fluency in one other Asiatic language (desirable)

Attitude

  1. Dependable and accountable team player
  2. Ability to thrive in fast-moving environment
  3. Regards challenges as opportunities to explore alternatives
  4. Interacts with the world with a deeply human, analytical and affective curiosity
  5. Demonstrable ability to reconcile client expectations with Catalyse Consulting’s fundamental values of inclusion
  6. Proven track record of effectively navigating conflict

As you will be joining a small knit team of high-performers, with freedom to work from any physical location, it is critical that extra effort is made to:

  1. Work closely with colleagues from functions such as sales and client management in order to stay on top of what is happening at all times
  2. Be consistently disciplined in the usage of shared online organisational and communication tools
  3. Attend, and come prepared, for the weekly update meeting

Please apply here.

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Please note that due to the large number of applications, only shortlisted applicants will be contacted for an interview. If you have any questions about this position, please email careers@aware.org.sg.

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