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SG Enable's Employment & Lifelong Learning Group is expanding and looking for an exceptional individual!

Assistant Manager - School to Work Programme
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on 2024-02-28

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SG Enable's Employment & Lifelong Learning Group is expanding and looking for an exceptional individual!

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Emily Ong

Emily has extensive professional experience in the private, public and people sectors. She started her career in advertising and marketing with Miller Freeman Pte Ltd and Singapore Press Holdings Ltd in the media sector. In 2002, she made a switch to the Singapore Public Service, starting out as an arts and heritage policy officer at the then-Ministry of Information and the Arts (MITA). Since then, she has been posted to various divisions within the then-Ministry of Information, Communications and the Arts (MICA), followed by stints in the Economic Development Board (EDB), Media Development Authority (MDA), Ministry of Communications and Information (MCI) and the DesignSingapore Council (Dsg). During this time, Emily has spearheaded policies and initiatives, as well as worked with companies, schools, professional bodies and individuals to grow the arts, media, design, infocomm sectors in Singapore. She has also been involved in formulating and developing major masterplans such as the Arts & Culture Strategic Plan, Infocomm Media 2025 and Design 2025 Masterplan.

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Emily has extensive professional experience in the private, public and people sectors. She started her career in advertising and marketing with Miller Freeman Pte Ltd and Singapore Press Holdings Ltd in the media sector. In 2002, she made a switch to the Singapore Public Service, starting out as a...

What we do

SG Enable, the focal agency for disability and inclusion in Singapore, enables persons with disabilities to live, learn, work and play in an inclusive society. We create equitable opportunities for persons with disabilities through thought leadership, sustainable social innovation and impactful partnership. Guided by our core values of professionalism, innovation and empathy, we envision a more inclusive Singapore and enabled lives. Set up by the Ministry of Social and Family Development in 2013, we are a registered charity and an Institution of a Public Character.

Why we do

SG Enable creates equitable opportunities for persons with disabilities to aspire and fulfil their potential, through thought leadership, sustainable social innovation and impactful partnership.

How we do

Professionalism defines our rules of engagement and interaction with our partners, persons with disabilities and their caregivers. We are honest and respectful in all our interactions, and seek to continually develop expertise and competence so as to be an effective first stop for disability inclusion in Singapore. Innovation drives us to learn, make improvements and determine solutions. We exhibit boldness and openness to new ideas and new ways of doing things; we seek constant improvement, and we are willing to learn from others. We listen actively and show genuine care and concern. We seek to understand different perspectives to create robust collaborations and shared ownership. We emphasise mutual trust and respect because we recognise the intrinsic value of each individual.

As a new team member

[School to Work Programme: Assistant Manager / Senior Executive] Overall Job Responsibility - Develop strategies and review Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for School to Work (S2W) programme - Establish support strategies and structures to enable independence for the Special Education (SPED) students and to help them integrate into S2W programme - Work with multiple stakeholders such as Ministry of Education and SPED schools to administer S2W programme - Manage the SPED schools and caregivers through briefings and individual transition planning conversations to assist the SPED students to transit to S2W programme - Organise workshops to shortlist suitable SPED students into S2W programme or to prepare S2W clients for work - Provide administrative support to review and collate reports Duties and Responsibilities - Review SOPs for the programme - Organise meetings and briefings - Prepare notes of meetings and file notes - Maintain S2W database - Develop collaterals and publicity materials for programme - Work with SPED schools on their referrals via Student Vocational Profile and to address and resolve S2W referral related concerns - Brief graduating SPED students, their caregivers and SPED schools on the programmes and services available for post-18 - Work with SPED schools to share S2W programme and address concerns of caregivers through the schools’ individual transition planning sessions - Identify and work with training providers to organise Get to Know sessions to shortlist suitable SPED students into S2W programme - Identify and work with training providers to provide Employment Training to prepare S2W clients for work - Support the programme manager to ensure Employment Training is smoothly run - Work with the programme manager on statistics reports - Assist to do covering at job sites when necessary - Undertake other company activities and roles as and when required. Qualifications, Knowledge and Experience - Diploma or Degree holder in any discipline - Possess at least 3 years of working experience in social service, special education or human resources - Experience in the disability sector would be advantageous - Adaptable to changing circumstances and versatile to take on other roles when called upon - Strong administrative and organisational skills - Ability to work with tight deadlines and is strong with follow up - Ability to analyse and problem solve - A strong team player - Have strong communication and interpersonal skills -Fluency in a 2nd language will be an advantage - Proficient in Outlook, MS Word, Excel, Powerpoint If you are driven, collaborative, and have a genuine passion to build an inclusive society and enable lives, click "I'm interested" to connect!

What we do

SG Enable, the focal agency for disability and inclusion in Singapore, enables persons with disabilities to live, learn, work and play in an inclusive society. We create equitable opportunities for persons with disabilities through thought leadership, sustainable social innovation and impactful partnership. Guided by our core values of professionalism, innovation and empathy, we envision a more inclusive Singapore and enabled lives. Set up by the Ministry of Social and Family Development in 2013, we are a registered charity and an Institution of a Public Character.

Why we do

SG Enable creates equitable opportunities for persons with disabilities to aspire and fulfil their potential, through thought leadership, sustainable social innovation and impactful partnership.

How we do

Professionalism defines our rules of engagement and interaction with our partners, persons with disabilities and their caregivers. We are honest and respectful in all our interactions, and seek to continually develop expertise and competence so as to be an effective first stop for disability inclusion in Singapore. Innovation drives us to learn, make improvements and determine solutions. We exhibit boldness and openness to new ideas and new ways of doing things; we seek constant improvement, and we are willing to learn from others. We listen actively and show genuine care and concern. We seek to understand different perspectives to create robust collaborations and shared ownership. We emphasise mutual trust and respect because we recognise the intrinsic value of each individual.

As a new team member

[School to Work Programme: Assistant Manager / Senior Executive] Overall Job Responsibility - Develop strategies and review Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for School to Work (S2W) programme - Establish support strategies and structures to enable independence for the Special Education (SPED) students and to help them integrate into S2W programme - Work with multiple stakeholders such as Ministry of Education and SPED schools to administer S2W programme - Manage the SPED schools and caregivers through briefings and individual transition planning conversations to assist the SPED students to transit to S2W programme - Organise workshops to shortlist suitable SPED students into S2W programme or to prepare S2W clients for work - Provide administrative support to review and collate reports Duties and Responsibilities - Review SOPs for the programme - Organise meetings and briefings - Prepare notes of meetings and file notes - Maintain S2W database - Develop collaterals and publicity materials for programme - Work with SPED schools on their referrals via Student Vocational Profile and to address and resolve S2W referral related concerns - Brief graduating SPED students, their caregivers and SPED schools on the programmes and services available for post-18 - Work with SPED schools to share S2W programme and address concerns of caregivers through the schools’ individual transition planning sessions - Identify and work with training providers to organise Get to Know sessions to shortlist suitable SPED students into S2W programme - Identify and work with training providers to provide Employment Training to prepare S2W clients for work - Support the programme manager to ensure Employment Training is smoothly run - Work with the programme manager on statistics reports - Assist to do covering at job sites when necessary - Undertake other company activities and roles as and when required. Qualifications, Knowledge and Experience - Diploma or Degree holder in any discipline - Possess at least 3 years of working experience in social service, special education or human resources - Experience in the disability sector would be advantageous - Adaptable to changing circumstances and versatile to take on other roles when called upon - Strong administrative and organisational skills - Ability to work with tight deadlines and is strong with follow up - Ability to analyse and problem solve - A strong team player - Have strong communication and interpersonal skills -Fluency in a 2nd language will be an advantage - Proficient in Outlook, MS Word, Excel, Powerpoint If you are driven, collaborative, and have a genuine passion to build an inclusive society and enable lives, click "I'm interested" to connect!
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    Founded on 02/2013

    20 Lengkok Bahru (Enabling Village) #01-01 Singapore 159053