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Sign Language Interpreter (Deaf Access Services)

Responsibilities 

  • Perform English to SgSL and SgSL to English interpretation duties during and after office hours
  • Develop and maintain resources relating to Sign Language interpretation
  • Develop and manage Community Interpreters by organising regular activities and training sessions
  • Work in all settings including the courts, police stations and conferences
  • Ensure that interpretation services are delivered in a professional and ethical manner

Requirements 

  • A university degree preferred
  • Fluent in Singapore Sign Language and English
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills
  • Willing to work on weekends and weeknights, when necessary
  • Willing to travel islandwide on a regular basis

Detailed resume and cover letter, including current and expected salary, should be emailed to career_das2@sadeaf.org.sg


Programme Assistant

Job Specifications

  1. To provide administrative support to the Itinerant Support Service programme in its service to students with hearing loss in the mainstream schools and institutions.

Job Description

    • Social Work related duties:
          1. To consolidate, prepare relevant reports and statistics.
        1. To update client records and book keeping.
        2. To keep and maintain proper records and documentation for audit purposes.
        3. To collect, track monthly programme fees and follow up.
        4. To update notice board.
        5. To replenish forms and letterheads.
        6. To provide administrative and logistic support for meetings, programmes, workshops and activities.
        7. To book rooms and equipment.
        8. To stock-take and requisite stationery.
        9. To maintain and update inventory.
        10. To liaise with stakeholders such as parents, MSF, NCSS, MOE.
        11. To perform any other administrative work required by the ISS section.
  • To coordinate and assist in programmes, workshops and activities including logistics and administrative work.
  • To liaise and coordinate outreach to schools.
  • To cover receptionist duties whenever required.
  • Any other reasonable and lawful duties as assigned by the Supervisor.

Requirements:

  • Preferably with relevant social work experience or qualifications eg. Diploma in Social Service or NITEC in Community Care and Social Services.
  • Proficient in MS Office applications. 
  • Meticulous, organized and flexible. 
  • Willingness to learn and upgrade skills, including Singapore Sign Language. 
  • Ability to work with multi-disciplinary team. 
  • Ability to contribute ideas to team members.

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


Social Work Associate (Community Services) – Temp position

Job Specifications

  1. To carry out receptionist duties
  2. To conduct intake for Community Services clients
  3. To provide administrative support to Community Services department

Job Description

1. Social Work related duties:

    • To conduct intake for all clients seeking assistance from Community Services.
    • To refer clients to SW / CM after intake.
    • To prepare case files for clients and keep case files for discharged clients.
    • To support Community Services programmes as necessary.

2. Administrative related duties:

    • To conduct reception duties by attending to calls, visitors and emails.
    • To provide first response to all general enquiries and direct them to the respective department or staff-in-charge accordingly.
    • To process Hearing Help Card for clients.
    • To process payments made by clients.
    • To receive letters and couriers.

3. Any other reasonable and lawful duties as assigned by the Supervisor.

Requirements:

  • Preferably with relevant social work experience or qualifications eg. Diploma in Social Service or NITEC in Community Care and Social Services.
  • Preferably with some years of volunteering experience within the Deaf community.
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Willing to learn Sign Language and Deaf Culture.
  • A heart to serve the Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing community.

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


Speech Therapist (Itinerant Support Services)

Responsibilities:

      1. To assess and identify individual needs of students with hearing loss.
      2. To develop and implement appropriate intervention plans.
      3. To work collaboratively with a multi-professional team.
      4. To liaise and work with teachers, parents and other stakeholders involved.
      5. To provide consultation and training to teachers, parents and other stakeholders.
      6. To prepare and maintain documentations, reports and records.

Requirements:

      • At least a Degree in Speech-Language Pathology.
      • Obtained full registration from Allied Health Professions Council.
      • Good communication and interpersonal skills.
      • Good knowledge of hearing tests and assistive listening devices such as hearing aid, and experience working with children with hearing loss would be an advantage.
      • A heart to serve the Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing community.

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


Social Worker / Case Manager (Community Services)

Responsibilities:

      1. To case manage clients of SADeaf – meet and assess clients’ needs, and to manage, develop and implement clients’/families’ care/counselling plan.
      2. To assist clients in their integration process by working with them and their extended support network (ie. families and the community) and external professionals through casework and counselling.
      3. Provide employment-related support to Deaf clients (pre- and post-recruitment including job matching and follow-up, skills training, guidance and counselling).
      4. Networking with employers that are open to hire Deaf individuals.
      5. Educating employers on working with the Deaf.
      6. Liaising with other agencies / training providers to organize trainings for clients.
      7. To prepare and maintain documentations, reports and records.

Requirements:

      • A university degree in Social Work, Counselling or Psychology: those without a degree and with relevant experience and expertise may also apply.
      • Preferably with some years of volunteering experience within the Deaf community.
      • Good communication and interpersonal skills.
      • Able to travel islandwide on a regular basis.
      • Willing to learn Sign Language and Deaf Culture.
      • A heart to serve the Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing community.

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

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