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Graphic Designer (Project) – Catalyse Consulting (AWARE)

Catalyse Consulting is looking for a dynamic, creative and resourceful individual to create high-impact and attractive visuals for the rebranding of our sales and marketing collaterals; design an icon library (20-30 icons), infographics, and standardise PowerPoint slide decks to enhance our corporate image.

Position: Graphic Designer
Department: Catalyse Consulting
Commitment: Approximately two months
Project fee: $4,000

Job Description:

The ideal graphic designer should be able to:

  • develop a solid understanding Catalyse Consulting and AWARE’s vision and our target audience;
  • work independently but interact well with other staff members to gather information for the design process;
  • conceptualise messages into visually appealing and attractive collaterals (for eg, icon library, infographics, and PowerPoint slide decks) to connect to local and international audiences;
  • be proactive and responsive in delivering high-quality designs that support the team.


  • Diploma/Degree in Graphics Design or related field; or proven track record/portfolio
  • Expert proficiency in design and documentation development tools such as Adobe Creative Suite, Photoshop, Illustrator and Microsoft Office, etc.
  • Displays sensitivity and adaptability to cultural, gender, religion, race, nationality and age differences
  • Able to commit to a full-time, short-term contract to complete the project.
  • All resumes should be accompanied by portfolio and/or website link.

Apply by sending your resume with portfolio and/or website link to

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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

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


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.


  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


  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


  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


  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)


  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

Senior Associate – STEM Programme and Outreach (UWS)

Reports to: Director
Job Description

To take lead and responsibility for spearheading STEM Programme and Outreach, encouraging young girls to take up STEM in higher education and careers. To also raise awareness and advocacy as per the organisation’s mandate and to engage members of the community through initiatives, events and activities related to women’s empowerment and gender equality.

Key Responsibilities
The Senior Associate – STEM Programme and Outreach is broadly responsible for:
STEM programme Initiatives
● Conceptualise, develop and oversee content creation for the STEM programme ensuring it is up-to-date, relevant and is abreast of developments and trends in the related fields
● Drive strategy & innovative pathways and building efficient processes to provide a more holistic approach to learning STEM and to engage the students better
● Work closely with a panel of leaders, academicians, researchers and ambassadors in the STEM fields to align on standards and best practices for creating content
● Support, build, and develop the STEM Programme and Outreach team and be responsible for the team
● Develop, plan, coordinate and assess feasibility where necessary, for all awareness and advocacy events and activities, including logistics, implementation, resource allocation and budget planning
● Consolidate event feedback to assess impact, process efficiencies and optimal use of resources
● Generate reports with key attributes to assess budget, reach and outcomes. Present the report findings to the Board as and when necessary
● Recruit, manage and train volunteers where required
● Oversee and support the Youth Team
● Other duties as assigned

● Explore and grow new partnerships to promote and improve STEM outreach and all awareness and advocacy activities
● Maintain and nurture excellent relationship management with existing partners, schools and key stakeholders
● Lead/co-lead cross-functional efforts with the Partnerships team with an aim to convey the story and impact to the donors and sponsors
● Work jointly with the Partnerships team to submit grant applications to corporates, foundations and other grant givers for the purpose of ensuring adequate budget and resources to sustain awareness and advocacy initiatives
Communications and CRM
● Maintain and ensure an updated list of all the contacts for partners, schools, sponsors, vendors and service providers to enable import into the CRM database for ready access when required
● Work with the Marketing & Communications Manager to develop the marketing collaterals for the events and assist with social media outreach
● Maintain clear channels of communication within the team and the organisation

What we are looking for
• Individuals with experience in education, academia or pedagogy, ideally with a STEM background
• Individuals who are self-starters and passionate about gender equality and women empowerment
• Ability to be part of a team that makes a difference to empower women in Singapore and the region
• Strong organisational skills, able to prioritize time-sensitive tasks and multi-task
• Accuracy and strong attention to detail
• Familiar with Microsoft Office and social media platforms
• Ability to materialize ideas into reality and ensure completion of tasks
• Ability to work effectively in a fast-paced environment and under pressure
• Candidate must meet legal requirements to work in Singapore
• Prior non-profit experience and knowledge preferred, but not compulsory

Academic requirement
● A Bachelor Degree in Education, Science or Social Sciences with minimum work experience of 3-4 years.
● Applicants not holding the required qualifications are still encouraged to apply, only if they have extensive experience in the areas above.
Position will be commensurate with relevant experience.

What you can expect from your time with us
● Experience in working with schools and multi-national organisations to address the representation of women in STEM fields
● Managing wide reaching events
● Meet inspiring change-makers in Singapore
Please note that visas will not be covered. Singaporeans, PR and DP holders will be considered.
Only successful applicants will be contacted.
Interested candidates may apply by emailing their CV to

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