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Enabling Academy Contract Manager: Drive Impactful Change in Disability Education

Enabling Academy Senior Manager
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on 2024-03-01

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Enabling Academy Contract Manager: Drive Impactful Change in Disability Education

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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

[Overall Job Responsibility] Through the power of learning, Enabling Academy seeks to foster an inclusive society for persons with disabilities to live, learn and work. As a disability learning hub, we rally partners from the education, business and disability sectors to provide responsive and quality learning opportunities for persons with disabilities, and to enable their network of support through training. Enabling Academy aims to bring fresh ideas and build capabilities in the training space to: - Provide diverse lifelong learning opportunities for persons with disabilities that support them in their personal growth and professional development - Upskill the network of support – including employers, sector professionals such as job coaches and caregivers – around persons with disabilities - Facilitate the practice of accessibility and inclusion among training providers [Duties and Responsibilities] - Identify, develop and nurture possible collaboration areas to implement sector-wide training strategies for persons with disabilities and their network of support – which include employers, sector professionals and caregivers – who wish to access relevant and quality training to enable them in supporting persons with disabilities. - Implement and drive engagement strategies to promote Enabling Academy, and key messages on lifelong learning and skills development for individuals and partners. - Partner with strategic partners and collaborators to co-organise events and training programmes. - Engage stakeholders, including government agencies and industry/corporate players to cultivate and foster relationships to ensure effective and sustainable implementation of plans and strategies. - Conduct research and analysis on the trends in the training landscape and the impact on the disability sector. - Undertake other roles and responsibilities as and when required. [Qualifications, Knowledge and Experience] - Degree holder in any discipline - Possess at least 5 years of experience. Working experience in training / education / government sector will be advantageous - Demonstrated experience in project management, stakeholder management, and/or marketing and branding - Possess strong people skills for stakeholders’ engagement with the ability to communicate ideas clearly - Able to contribute as part of a team, while working independently on individual responsibilities with minimum supervision - Ability to work under tight deadlines, adaptable to changing circumstances and resourceful in problem solving - Proficient in Microsoft applications (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint) If you're interested in joining our Enabling Academy team and using your skills to empower people with disabilities and their network of support, click on "I'm interested!" to get in touch!

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

[Overall Job Responsibility] Through the power of learning, Enabling Academy seeks to foster an inclusive society for persons with disabilities to live, learn and work. As a disability learning hub, we rally partners from the education, business and disability sectors to provide responsive and quality learning opportunities for persons with disabilities, and to enable their network of support through training. Enabling Academy aims to bring fresh ideas and build capabilities in the training space to: - Provide diverse lifelong learning opportunities for persons with disabilities that support them in their personal growth and professional development - Upskill the network of support – including employers, sector professionals such as job coaches and caregivers – around persons with disabilities - Facilitate the practice of accessibility and inclusion among training providers [Duties and Responsibilities] - Identify, develop and nurture possible collaboration areas to implement sector-wide training strategies for persons with disabilities and their network of support – which include employers, sector professionals and caregivers – who wish to access relevant and quality training to enable them in supporting persons with disabilities. - Implement and drive engagement strategies to promote Enabling Academy, and key messages on lifelong learning and skills development for individuals and partners. - Partner with strategic partners and collaborators to co-organise events and training programmes. - Engage stakeholders, including government agencies and industry/corporate players to cultivate and foster relationships to ensure effective and sustainable implementation of plans and strategies. - Conduct research and analysis on the trends in the training landscape and the impact on the disability sector. - Undertake other roles and responsibilities as and when required. [Qualifications, Knowledge and Experience] - Degree holder in any discipline - Possess at least 5 years of experience. Working experience in training / education / government sector will be advantageous - Demonstrated experience in project management, stakeholder management, and/or marketing and branding - Possess strong people skills for stakeholders’ engagement with the ability to communicate ideas clearly - Able to contribute as part of a team, while working independently on individual responsibilities with minimum supervision - Ability to work under tight deadlines, adaptable to changing circumstances and resourceful in problem solving - Proficient in Microsoft applications (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint) If you're interested in joining our Enabling Academy team and using your skills to empower people with disabilities and their network of support, click on "I'm interested!" to get in touch!
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    Founded on 02/2013

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