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Who We Are

At TOUCH, we believe relationship is the foundation of the team, and we are committed to each other's growth and success. We are unique individuals yet part of the team. We will serve with compassion, and excellence is reflected in our work.

Who You Are

A creative and dynamic individual who has great passion and compassion for the poor and needy in the community. If you have a strong desire to impact lives, we invite you to join our Family. Be someone who makes an impact. Join us and help make everyone someone.


What We Offer

You can expect a vibrant working environment and a people-focused culture, with pro-family welfare and family benefits to enhance the quality of your family life. This is where you can impact the lives of others and find a great sense of job satisfaction.

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Community Staff Nurse (Elderly Group - TOUCH Home Care)

Job Summary:

Provide home nursing services to clients and support their caregivers. Collaborate with internal and external key stakeholders to facilitate more effective care of clients so as to allow them to age in place of their choice.

Principal Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Conduct home visits for assigned clients to assess and develop nursing intervention and care plan for clients.
  • Perform nursing procedures in home environment with resources that are available and implement where necessary with safety.
  • Provide patient education for improved health outcome.
  • Liaise with internal and external healthcare partners for efficient and effective care plan for common clients.
  • Provide caregivers training.
  • Carry out care and plan discharge process on admission of clients.
  • Participate in case conferences with restructured hospital community teams to facilitate care of client and to support caregivers.

Other Responsibilities:

  • Screen home medical and nursing referrals from external agencies.
  • Participate in new initiatives / projects as assigned.
  • Knowledge sharing on care for common clients with complex medical/ social/ mental issues.
  • Complete initial assessment for Home Personal Care (HPC) clients with HPC supervisor.
Contract Enrichment Coordinator (Integrated Family Group - TOUCH Young Arrows)

Job Summary:

TOUCH Young Arrows (TYA) is a non-profit programme led by a committed team of volunteer mentors who conduct weekly Saturday programmes to meet children and youth's social, emotional, and educational needs, and to bring out the best of their potential. There are 25 TYA clubs in Singapore serving in total 500 underprivileged children and youth aged 5-14 years old from low-income and single-parent families.

You will be part of the Learning and Development team to make TYA an innovative and sustainable model of improving the social mobility of young persons in Singapore. You will play a vital role in helping children from disadvantaged families gain access to enrichment opportunities during the school holidays and experiences that activate and develop their potential, give them a sense of self-worth, and elevate their aspirations.

Principal Responsibilities and Duties:

Learning & Development

  • Assess and select suitable, age-targeted quality enrichment camp or workshop providers in the areas of STEM/STEAM, Arts and Sports
  • Implement enrichment programmes during June and December holidays
  • Bookkeep and administrate as required, by monitoring budgets, scheduling and documenting programme functions, monitoring participation and payment invoicing
  • Evaluate programme effectiveness and generate a post review report


  • Liaise with enrichment vendors and provide timely and clear information of scheduled activities for parents’ registration of their children
  • Liaise with transport vendors before and on the day of enrichment
  • Support in stakeholder management by preparing regular updates to funder and internal team functions
  • Conduct home visits to engage and encourage higher-risk families to consider the enrichment programmes for their children


  • Capture photos and/or videos of the entire project from planning, home visits to actual enrichment experiences
  • Support any other related administration, coordination and documentation


  • Diploma/Degree holder
  • At least 1 to 2 years of working experience with children, youth or families, or related experience with programme coordination
  • Self-starter, able to contribute independently
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Adept at Microsoft Office
  • Able to create posters/ flyers through Canva

Contract Duration:

  • Available to work 9am – 6pm on Mon to Fri (Sat may occasionally be required)
  • Jul to mid-Dec 2024 (5 to 6 months)
Driver (Elderly Group - TOUCH Home Care)

Main Responsibilities

  • Provide transport/escort to client and caregiver for medical appointments.
  • Ensure that clients/wheelchairs are safely secured in the vehicle.
  • Maintain vehicle in good condition.
  • Adhere to the Standard Operating Procedures (SOP).
  • Inform Coordinator on all incidents occurred.
  • In-charge of the cleanliness of the vehicle.
  • Assist in Meals-On-Wheels delivery as required.
  • Run office errands as required (to purchase, collect and dispatch equipment/items).
  • Assist in other ad-hoc activities.

Working Conditions

  • 5-day work week: Mon-Fri, 9am-6pm
  • Attractive remuneration and staff benefits
  • Location - Jurong
Early Intervention Teacher (Integrated Family Group - TOUCH Child Care)

Job Summary

Integrates a range of teaching and learning approaches and identifies new approaches to conduct lessons for children. Enriches children’s learning through implementing curriculum, and adapting and integrating developmentally appropriate teaching and classroom management strategies. Creates a secure and quality learning environment for the children through nurturing trusting and respectful relationships with them. Partners with families and caregivers and coordinates with community stakeholders, volunteers and social service providers to support the delivery of Centre initiatives, programmes and services.

Main Responsibilities

1) Implement and deliver curriculum and interventions:

  • Develop lesson plans and teaching materials
  • Adapt a range of developmentally appropriate materials and resources to create quality learning environment meeting the diverse needs of children
  • Review health, safety, nutritional and hygience practices in accordance with ECDA standards and procedures
  • Identify new teaching and learning approaches to customise classroom management strategies
  • Evaluate documentations of children’s learning and development to better inform planning and teaching
  • Assess impact of interventions using appropriate methods, tools and assistive technologies in support learning
  • Monitor progress with Brigance Assessment Tool

2) Partnership with stakeholders:

  • Partner with families and caregivers to enhance child and family outcomes
  • Identify opportunities to collaborate with families to ensure continuity of care and learning between the home and the Centre
  • Implement Centre initiatives, family and community initiatives and programmes
  • Support the development of outreach activities to create awareness on the Centre programmes and services

Working Conditions

  • 5 day work week: Mon - Fri
  • Attractive remuneration and staff benefits
  • Location - Clementi / Hougang

  • Diploma in Pre-school Education - Teaching (DPE-T) / Diploma in Early Childhood Care and Education (DECCE-T) or its equivalent recognised by ECDA for K1/K2 Teacher
  • Preferably specialising in the Early Intervention track or has related qualifications such as Advanced Diploma in Early Intervention (Special Needs)
  • Adequate knowledge of current early childhood care and education development theories, research and practices
  • Have significant interest in mainstream inclusion and implementation of early intervention strategies
  • Some working experience in varied settings such as in Early Intervention Centres and preschools is an advantage
  • Thoughtful, calm and loves working with children
  • Demonstrate good active communicative skills
  • Good team player, able to bulid constructive working relationship characterised by a high level of corporation and mutual respect
Executive / Senior Executive - Community Engagement (Integrated Family Group - TOUCH Young Arrows)

Job Summary

You will oversee programmes and services for children and their families from disadvantaged backgrounds, and manage volunteers & partners to meet ground needs. You will identify and bring together key players and diverse stakeholders to have meaningful conversations, adopt impactful strategies, design and implement plans and programmes that will elevate the children’s well-being and aspirations.


1. Community Engagement

  • Oversee and manage weekly club programme and ad-hoc/ year-round programmes.
  • Recruit, manage and support low-income children/ families.
  • Onboard, engage and mentor volunteers and volunteer leaders/ supervisors.
  • Facilitate better understanding of the children’s needs and aspirations with corporate and community partners.
  • Build long-term relationships to facilitate social change and transformation.
  • Channel ground feedback to Learning & Development team to inform their programme development for the clients.

2. Project Management

  • Oversee projects/ programmes from ideation to completion, by coordinating people, processes and resources to meet goals on time and within budget.
  • Establish vision and alignment among volunteer teams to implement well.

3. Communications

  • Curate social media content.
  • Curate stories of beneficiaries and volunteers.

4. Other

  • Support social workers in crises or case follow-up where needed.
  • Upkeep general administration and coordination, pertaining to database management, claims and outings etc.

Working Conditions

  • 5-day work week: Tue-Sat, 9am-6pm
  • Attractive remuneration and staff benefits
  • Location - Bukit Merah Central / Various location around Singapore


  • Degree holder in any discipline
  • 2-5 years of related experience
  • Team player with strong interpersonal skills
  • Self-starter and able to contribute independently
  • Strong analytical and organizational skills
  • Care to details
  • Compassion for vulnerable children and families
  • Excellent facilitation skills
  • Adept at Microsoft Office
Learning & Talent Development Manager / Lead (Human Resources)

Job Summary: 

We are seeking an innovative and strategic Learning and Talent Development Manager to lead and build a high-performing culture and enhance organisational capabilities through comprehensive people development and employee engagement initiatives. This role is pivotal in driving our commitment to continuous learning and fostering an environment where employees can thrive and grow.

You play a key role in the development and deployment of a broad curriculum across the organisation, focusing on leadership and talent development, transformation of culture, and learning innovation, leveraging both internal and external networks of resources.


Key Responsibilities:

1. Learning and Development Strategy:

  • Develop and implement a cohesive learning and development strategy aligned with organisational goals and objectives.
  • Identify current and future skills requirements and create learning pathways to meet these needs.
  • Integrate modern learning methodologies and technologies to enhance learning experiences.

2. Talent Development:

  • Design and oversee programs that support leadership development, succession planning, and high-potential employee growth.
  • Create career development frameworks and coaching/mentoring programs to foster talent growth at all levels of the organisation.
  • Conduct talent assessments and provide actionable insights to guide talent management decisions.

3. Employee Engagement:

  • Develop and execute employee engagement strategies that promote a positive organisational culture and high levels of employee morale and satisfaction.
  • Utilize surveys, focus groups, and other tools to gauge employee engagement and identify areas for improvement.
  • Implement initiatives to recognize and reward employee achievements and contributions.

4. Program Management:

  • Manage the end-to-end development and delivery of learning programs, including planning, design, execution, and evaluation.
  • Oversee the selection and management of external training vendors and consultants.
  • Ensure all learning and development initiatives are delivered on time, within scope, and within budget.

5. Measurement and Evaluation:

  • Establish metrics and KPIs to measure the effectiveness and impact of learning and talent development programs.
  • Continuously assess program outcomes and employee performance to refine and enhance development strategies.
  • Report on learning and development activities, progress, and outcomes to senior management.

6. Collaboration and Stakeholder Management:

  • Partner with department heads and senior leaders to understand business needs and ensure alignment of learning initiatives.
  • Serve as a trusted advisor on talent development matters, providing expertise and guidance to stakeholders.
  • Foster strong relationships with employees at all levels to understand their development needs and career aspirations.


  • Bachelor's degree in Human Resources, Organisational Development, Business Administration, or a related field. A Master’s degree is preferred.
  • Minimum of 5-7 years of experience in learning and development, talent management, or a similar role.
  • Proven track record of designing and implementing successful learning and development programs.
  • Strong understanding of adult learning principles, instructional design, and modern learning technologies.
  • Excellent project management skills with the ability to manage multiple priorities and projects simultaneously.
  • Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to influence and engage stakeholders at all levels.
  • Proficiency in using Learning Management Systems (LMS) and other relevant software.
  • Certification in learning and development, such as CPLP, is a plus.

Key Competencies:

  • Strategic Thinking: Ability to develop long-term strategies that align with organisational goals.
  • Innovation: Embrace new ideas and technologies to enhance learning experiences.
  • Leadership: Inspire and motivate others to achieve high performance and personal growth.
  • Analytical Skills: Use data and analytics to measure program effectiveness and inform decision-making.
  • Collaboration: Work effectively with cross-functional teams and build strong relationships.
  • Communication: Excellent written, verbal and presentation skills
Lifeskills Coach (Special Needs Group - TOUCH Centre for Independent Living)

Job Summary:

As a Lifeskills Coach, the incumbent attend to all matters of the clients in their Form Class, at TOUCH Centre for Independent Living (TCIL), and conduct training in Activities of Daily Living (ADL) and Community Living Skills (CLS), as well as social and recreational activities to engage the clients meaningfully.

Principal Responsibilities and Duties:

A. Lifeskills Coach in Charge of a Form Class

  1. Plan and draft the Individual Care Plan of clients in Form Class based on Centre’s admission assessment, MSF Client Assessment Form (CAF), caregivers’ feedback and needs observed by other staff.
  2. In charge of administrative duties such attendance, collection of forms and fees etc.
  3. Inform the Administration Staff and Social Worker if there are changes in clients’ personal information, financial situation or records.
  4. Maintain Form Class classroom’s environment (notice boards and update of information), and stationery budget.
  5. Behaviour management of clients in Form Class: tracking and intervention (basic discipline, behaviour chart, reward system etc).
  6. Maintain a courteous and respectful 2-way communication with clients’ families to keep them informed of activities at the Centre, welfare of clients, conduct and progress of clients through regular phone contacts, home visits and report books.

B. Planning and Implementation of Training and Enrichment Programme

  1. Plan and conduct training in the area of daily living skills and community living skills based on clients’ IEP.
  2. Assess and report the progress of clients in the training classes to Supervisor, Form Class Coaches and parents on a half-yearly basis (assessment and report book).
  3. Plan and conduct social and recreational activities (enrichment).
  4. Ensure safety of clients at all times during operating hours.

C. Other Responsibilities

  1. In charge of at least one Centre’s activity and one operational duty eg. Centre celebration (Monthly Birthday celebration, Chinese New Year, National Day, Christmas), Centre Outing, Purple Parade, Flag Day; Sports inventory, Kitchen inventory, IT inventory, Facilities management, or respective taskforces (Curriculum taskforce, Transitional management, Health Screening etc)


  1. Diploma or Degree holder
  2. Preferably with Special Education or Disability Studies trained with 1-2 years of experience working with persons with special needs.
  3. Basic skill in MS Excel, MS Doc.

Working Conditions

  • 5-day work week: Mon - Fri, 9am - 6pm
  • Attractive remuneration and staff benefits
  • Location - Bukit Merah Central / Ubi
Lifeskills Coach (Special Needs Group - TOUCH Ubi Hostel)

Main Responsibilities

  • Employ creative efforts to engage and teach adults with mild to moderate intellectual disability.
  • Plan, develop and implement individual education plan for adults with mild to moderate intellectual disability.
  • Mentor and nurture adults with mild to moderate intellectual disability in daily living skills and community living skills.
  • Monitor and evaluate their learning progress.
  • Promote and coordinate enrichment programmes in areas of character development, sports & community involvement activities.
  • Ensure cleanliness, good hygiene practices and safety of trainees.

Working Conditions

  • 5-day work week: Mon-Fri, 9am-6pm/1pm-10pm
  • Attractive remuneration and staff benefits
  • Location - Ubi


  • Diploma in disability studies or related field
  • Experience in working with special needs people preferred
  • Posses maturity, good interpersonal and communication skills
  • Passion to work with adults with intellectually disability and their caregivers
Officer - Programme (Integrated Family Group - TOUCH Adventures)

Job Summary
Design and implement educational camps for youths that incorporate adventure-based learning to help them discover their potential beyond their curriculum-based abilities.

Principal responsibilities and duties

  • Design and develop outdoor learning and/or leadership camps for youths.

  • Design and develop adventure-based counselling camps for youth at risks.

  • Design and develop adventure-based learning camps for special needs youths.

  • Design and develop teambuilding camps for working adults.

  • Design and customise camps to build family bond.

  • Collaborate with different departments in TOUCH to serve their clients' adventure-based needs.

  • Client meetups to customise and develop programmes / camps.

  • Prepare post camp reports.

  • Research on trends and needs to develop programmes / camps.


  • Diploma holder in any discipline

  • Comfortable working in an outdoor adventure setting

  • Team player with strong interpersonal skill and ability to work cohesively in a team environment and across diverse cultures

  • Good facilitation, organizational and project management skills

Officer / Senior Officer (Elderly Group - MOW)

Principal Responsibilities and Duties:

Independently coordinate with Caterer on daily meal requirements such as:

  • Review menu and coordinate with caterer to supply correct quantity and meals, and at the required timings.
  • Provide information on the quantity and meal types.
  • Provide feedback received from elderly or staff pertaining to the food supplied.

Manage volunteers independently:

  • Screen and deployment of volunteers.
  • Plan volunteer roster per delivery session
  • Prepare delivery list.
  • Conduct briefing to individual or corporate group volunteers.
  • Coordinate with volunteers to deliver ration packs.
  • Assist volunteers when they encounter issues.
  • Arrange for volunteer coordinators for weekends and public holidays.

Administrative work:

  • Generate monthly reports.
  • Submit monthly claims.
  • Provide support and guidance to MOW Logistics Officer.

Other responsibilities:

  • Screen new referrals independently.
  • Assist in identifying presenting/underlying issues and problems to design a care plan to promote better independence for client at home.

Core Competencies Skills and Attributes:

  • MSOffice 365.
  • Passionate to serve the elderly.
  • Patient and sensitive to the needs of the elderly.
  • Good in problem solving and critical thinking.
  • Good interpersonal and communication skill.
Physiotherapist (Elderly Group - TOUCH Home Care)

Principal Responsibilities and Duties:

Clinical Responsibilities

  • Render clinical services for clients through assessment of client’s functional status, performance deficits and care resources.
  • Offer treatment suggestions for clients to manage their physical rehabilitation needs while reducing the risk of injury and further functional decline.
  • Formulate and implement care plan to facilitate maximal independence and prevent disability.
  • Prescribe, adapt and train clients and caregivers on the use of rehabilitative equipment and assistive devices/applicant.
  • Monitor client’s progress and maintain timely and accurate documentation of patients’ condition and care and outcomes.
  • Liaise with other internal or external care providers, to plan, develop and implement patient care in discussion with patients, care providers and their caregiver.
  • Connect client with community resources and financial assistance when assessed, as necessary.
  • Conduct caregiver training programme to clients / caregivers and evaluate effectiveness of training by assessing improvement in care and caregiver/s coping response.
  • Build up and put discharge planning process into practice on admission of patients.
  • Provide clinical supervision, mentoring and/or support to junior PT and students on clinical practice education as assigned.
  • Assist in developing professional educational activities.

Other Responsibilities

  • Provide coaching to therapist assistants.
  • Recommend services/ care arrangements according to the individual situation and ensure proper documentation
  • Carry out audit on services as assigned.
  • Support community fitness programmes.

Core Competencies and Attributes:

  • Passionate to serve the elderly
  • Knowledge of Singapore’s healthcare and social security system, ageing policies and the key stakeholders
  • Case Management knowledge
  • Team Player
  • Problem Solving Skill
  • MS office 365
Principal / Centre Leader (Integrated Family Group - TOUCH Child Care)

Job Summary

Manage and provide leadership for the delivery of a quality child care centre curriculum and ensure effective daily operations, financial management, manpower planning and management of the centre.

Principal Responsibilities and Duties:

Leadership and Staff Development:

  • Lead and drive staff development
  • Provide coaching to staff
  • Plan staff career development
  • Manpower planning
  • Supervise staff in their daily work

Child Care entre daily operations:

  • Carry out daily operations in compliance with industry regulations, the policies, philosophy, and procedures of the child care centre, and ensure staff work within the early childhood curriculum.
  • Plan and co-ordinate change, in consultation with the centre's operator/licensee, management, staff and families.
  • Ensure centre's service meet ECDA framework and licensing requirements and the needs of children and families.
  • Collaborate with curriculum specialist to design and implement frameworks for sustained partnerships with various stakeholders.

Working Conditions

  • 42 hours work-week (Mon - Fri, except 1 Saturday in a month)
  • Attractive remuneration and staff benefits
  • Location - Clementi

Core Competencies Skills and Attributes:

  • Advance Diploma in Early Childhood Learning (ADECL) / Pre-School Education Leadership (DPE-L) / Diploma in Early Childhood Care and Education - Leadership (DECCE-L), or its equivalent recognised by ECDA
  • Registered with ECDA and attained a L2 certification
  • Possess valid certificate in first aid recognised by ECDA
  • At least 5 years teaching experience in a child care / pre-school setting.
  • Good knowledge of current early childhood care and education development theories, research and practices
  • Good knowledge of government regulations, quality assurance framework (Child Care Act and Regulation)
  • Intermediate knowledge of early intervention strategies and working experience with children with special needs.
  • Effective leadership and supervisory skills.
  • High level of competency in planning and management centre’s operations, budget, income and expenditure
  • Work effectively with various stakeholders, authorities and organisations
Senior Executive - Curriculum Development (Integrated Family Group - TOUCH Young Arrows)

Job Summary
Through curriculum design and training of volunteer mentors, you will play a vital role in helping children from disadvantaged families gain access to educational opportunities and experiences that activate and develop their potential, give them a sense of self-worth and elevate their aspirations.

You will conceptualise, design and implement evidence-based educational and learning approaches for children from disadvantaged backgrounds – for pre-schoolers, children and teenagers (ages 5-14). You will monitor and evaluate the outcomes and impact to ensure effectiveness.


1. Children's Learning & Development/ Curriculum Design

  • Drive client-centric innovation and adaptation to reduce learning gaps and environmental barriers, from a young age for children in the community
  • Design, or source & adapt curriculum aligned to service values, vision and mission, in the areas of literacy, numeracy, character values and social-emotional skills
  • Monitor and measure impact of programme outcomes
  • Oversee learning/ curriculum-related processes and excellence
  • Engage with relevant research and advocacy

2. Volunteers' Training & Development

  • Train and develop volunteers in programme implementation
  • Establish systems, structures and processes for consistent and effective curriculum delivery, and feedback.

3. Partnerships Management

  • Develop meaningful partnerships with funders, external providers, student and corporate groups in areas of learning and enrichment
  • Build strategic or long-term relationships to facilitate social change and transformation

4. Other

  • Support social workers in crises or case follow-up where needed.
  • Support general administration and coordination, pertaining to data reporting, events/ outings etc.

Working Conditions

  • 5-day work week: Tue-Sat, 9am-6pm
  • Attractive remuneration and staff benefits
  • Location - Bukit Merah Central / Various location around Singapore


  • Preferably a Masters degree in Education and/ or past MOE-based teaching and curriculum design experience in the primary school age range
  • 5 years or more of related work experience
  • Knowledge of cognitive, affective and 21st CC theories/ frameworks is a plus
  • Past work or research in the area of learner motivation is a plus
  • Comfortable to engage with children and caregivers
  • Team player with strong interpersonal skills
  • Self-starter & disciplined, able to contribute and influence independently
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Adept at Microsoft Office
Senior Social Worker - KidSTART Lead Practitioner (Integrated Family Group - TOUCH Family Support)

Roles & Responsibilities

Job Summary: KidSTART Lead Practitioners (LPs) play a crucial role in enabling low-income families by (1) working directly with families to address the immediate and long-term issues they face, (2) working with the surrounding community to better support the underprivileged, and (3) supervise KidSTART Practitioners (KSPs) involved in case work.

They also provide child development strategies through home visits, support groups, and ongoing monitoring. They foster parent-child bonding and promote child development by actively engaging families and working with social/ community partners and government agencies to ensure the needs of children and their families are addressed holistically.

Main Responsibilities:

  • Conduct intake and risk assessments for cases.
  • Provide case management service to clients from low-income families and/or disadvantaged backgrounds.
  • Complete case documentation (e.g. case notes, update database, etc.) accurately and promptly.
  • Developing, implementing, maintaning and evaluating programmes that meet client’s needs.
  • Conduct Group work.
  • Community outreach to and engagement of low-income families.
  • Network and work collaboratively with stakeholders and community partners.
  • Research to build domain-specific knowledge.
  • LPs are required to provide supervision to social workers & support staff involved in casework, and be responsible for the professional development of social workers.

Working Conditions:

  • 5 day work week: Mon-Fri
  • Attractive remuneration and staff benefits
  • Location - Punggol

Essential Skills and Qualifications:

  • Degree in Social Work or relevant qualification
  • Registered Social Worker preferred with minimum 5 years of case work experience.
  • Trained in usage of CSWP preferred (BPSS and FAST tool assessment).
  • Good communication, interpersonal and facilitation skills.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications.
  • Passionate and committed to work with caregivers and their children.
  • Excellent team player with good interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Able to work independently and handles administration.
  • Able to work on weekends when required.

Teacher / Assistant Teacher (Integrated Family Group - TOUCH Child Care)

Job Summary

Plan, develop and implement early childhood programmes to a group of children in the centre.

Main Responsibilities

  • Plan and implement a holistic and developmentally appropriate early childhood curriculum for K2, K1, N & PG level

  • Provide a safe, conducive learning environment for the care and development of children in the centre

  • Provide activities, apparatus and equipment to support the various curriculum areas

  • Deliver quality service to meet the needs of children and families

Working Conditions

  • 5 day work week: Mon - Fri

  • Attractive remuneration and staff benefits

  • Location - Clementi / Hougang


  • Diploma holder in Pre-school Education - Teaching (DPE-T) / Diploma in Early Childhood Care and Education (DECCE-T), or its equivalent recognised by ECDA for K1/K2 teacher

  • Has been registered with ECDA and attained a L2 certification

  • Adequate knowledge of current early childhood care and education development theories, research and practices

  • Familiar with government regulations, quality assurance framework (Child Care Act and Regulation, SPARK etc.)

  • Demonstrate good active communicative skills

  • Good team player, able to bulid constructive working relationship characterized by a high level of cooperation and mutual respect

Therapy Assistant (Elderly Group - Day Rehab Centre/Home Therapy)

Principal Responsibilities and Duties:

Job Summary: The core function of this position is to support Occupational Therapist (OT) and Physiotherapist (PT) in the provision of centre-based rehabilitation services.

Therapy Support Role:

  • Assist therapists in implementing treatment plan for routine cases as directed by therapists.
  • Support therapists to screen for falls risk factors, caregiver burden and other needs
  • Support in the care of clients by referring them to other care services under the direction of therapists
  • Provide timely feedback about client and/or caregiver to therapists in-charge
  • Maintain timely and accurate documentation of observations made during sessions about client and/or caregiver
  • Participate and support in quality improvement project, research or any new initiatives as assigned
  • Participate in in-house trainings and department meetings
  • Maintain materials and equipment used for therapeutic activities at the centre
  • Comply and support in infection control procedures at the centre
  • Support in maintenance of centre facilities
  • Support in conducting basic social and financial assessment for therapy clients
  • who require financial subsidy for receiving therapy services
  • Coordinate and support transport escort needs of clients and work with transport companies on feasible arrangements

Essential Skills and Qualifications:

  • Certificate/ NITEC of Community Care or
  • Certificate of Therapist Assistant
  • 0 – 3 years of experience in servicing elderly in community setting.
  • Knowledge of health care sector, key stakeholders in the sector and resources available.
  • Proficient in using MS Office

Core Competencies and Attributes:

  • The attributes of the individual who will succeed in the role are:
  • Passionate to serve the elderly;
  • Good team player
  • Good planning and problem solving skills;
  • Able to communicate well with the elderly, caregivers and colleagues;
  • Agile in learning.
Working Conditions
  • 5-day work week: Mon - Fri, 9am - 6pm
  • Attractive remuneration and staff benefits
  • Location - AMK

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Qualified candidates, please download the application form and submit with full resume and a recent photograph to Human Resource, TOUCH Community Services Limited . All applications will be kept in strict confidential. We regret that only short-listed candidates will be notified. 

Human Resource, TOUCH Community Services Limited Address:

Blk 162 Bukit Merah Central #05-3545, Singapore 150162 

Email Address: [email protected] 
Fax Number: (65) 6377 0121