CAREER WITH US

We are hiring! If you are keen on any of the position(s) below, please feel free to apply! All positions are full time unless stated otherwise.

 

 

Notetaker
(Deaf Access Services)

 

Responsibilities:

1. Provide notetaking (real time meaning-for-meaning transcription) service to deaf or hard of hearing students in Institutes of Higher Learning (IHLs) and working adults in learning or training environment
2. Conduct outreach and advocacy projects of the notetaking service
3. Recruit, train and manage the community pool of notetakers
4. Develop and maintain resources relating to notetaking
5. Coordinate and assign incoming notetaking requests as needed
6. Generate reports and proposals on notetaking to stakeholders and funders

 

Requirements:

1 A university degree in any discipline; those without a degree but with relevant experience and skills may also apply
2. Generalist with wide array of knowledge or high receptivity to new knowledge across disciplines
3. Minimum typing speed of 60 words per minute
4. Tech savvy, innovative and meticulous
5. Good communication and interpersonal skills
6. Experience and background in working or volunteering with the Deaf community is an advantage
7. Willingness to learn sign language is a must

 

 

 

 

Employment Support Officer
(Community Services)

 

Responsibilities:

1. Employment-related support to Deaf clients (pre- and post-recruitment including job matching and follow-up, skills training, guidance and counselling)
2. Networking with employers that are open to hire Deaf individuals
3. Educating employers on working with the Deaf
4. Liaising with other agencies / training providers to organize trainings for clients
5. Keeping records and submitting reports

 

Requirements:

1 A university degree in any discipline: those without a degree and with relevant experience and expertise may also apply
2. Preferably with some years of volunteering experience within the Deaf community
3. Good communication and interpersonal skills
4. Able to travel islandwide on a regular basis
5. Willing to learn Sign Language and Deaf Culture

 

 

 

Senior/Social Worker 
(Community Services)

 

Responsibilities:

1. Provide casework and counselling for deaf clients
2. Assess clients’ needs and develop care plan
3. Keep and maintain records
4. Provide reports and reviews
5. Work alongside with a multi-disciplinary team
6. Conduct home / school visits
7. Do any duties as assigned

 

Requirements:

1. Degree in Social Work
2. Preferably be a registered Social Worker
3. Preferably with some years of volunteering experience within the Deaf community
4. Good communication and interpersonal skills
5. Willing to learn Sign Language and Deaf Culture

 

 

 

Senior/Social Worker

(Itinerant Support Service)

 

Responsibilities:

1. Provide casework and counselling for students with hearing loss and their families
2. Assess clients’ needs and develop care plan
3. Prepare and maintain reports and records
4. Work collaboratively with a multi-disciplinary team
5. Conduct home / school visits
6. Liaise and work with teachers, parents and other stakeholders involved
7 Provide consultation and training to teachers, parents and other stakeholders
8 Plan and conduct workshops / programmes

 

Requirements:

1. Degree in Social Work
2. Preferably be a registered Social Worker
3. Preferably with some years of volunteering experience within the Deaf community
4. Enjoy working with children and families
5. Good communication and interpersonal skills
6. Willing to learn Sign Language and Deaf Culture
7. Open to only Singaporean

 

 

 

Deputy Director

 

Responsibilities:

1. To assist the Executive Director in the formulation of policies and administration
2. To initiate and supervise fundraising projects
3. To take charge of corporate affairs and public relations, including social media, newsletters, media and external partners
4. To supervise membership and volunteer management
5, To take charge of special projects

 

Requirements:

1. A minimum of 3 years of working experience in a general management capacity. Prior experience with a Voluntary Welfare Organisation would be an advantage.
2. A proven track record in corporate communications, project management and people management skills.
3. Excellent command of written and/or spoken English.
4. Adaptable and skilled in managing diversity of views and issues.
5, Preferably with some years of volunteering experience within the Deaf community.
6. An university degree in any discipline; those without a degree and with relevant experience and expertise may also apply.

 

 

This position is open to both Deaf and Hearing candidates.

 

Detailed resume and cover letter including current and expected salary, should be emailed to: ed@sadeaf.org.sg

 

HOW TO APPLY
Interested applicants, please email your full resume to:

 

For position of NoteTaker

weiyong@sadeaf.org.sg

 

For position of Employment Support Officer and Senior/Social Worker

careers@sadeaf.org.sg

 

 

 

 

 

 

Note that only shortlisted candidates will be notified.