Get Involved – Careers

Engage, nurture and motivate children through play and hands-on activities.


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Roles & Responsibilities

  • Plan and implement integrated lessons in accordance with centre’s policies and framework, meeting needs of diverse learners
  • Set up and create stimulating and engaging learning environment that promotes self-directed learning
  • Observe and document children’s learning
  • Work with and support the Principal and other staff at the Centre in enhancing the quality of children’s educational experiences
  • Responsible for all aspects of classroom management and carry out routine care duties to ensure safety and hygiene of the children
  • Foster respectful, responsive and reciprocal interaction with each child
  • Other duties as assigned from time to time by Principal

Collaboration with stakeholders

  • Establishes trusting and respectful partnerships with parents and families
  • Actively engages in Centre initiatives and supports its collaborative efforts with the community
  • Work closely with the other teaching staff/professionals in the class or Centre to carry out required duties

Professional Development

  • Attend relevant training, courses and conferences
  • Participate in events organised/supported by CCCS

Education, Skills, and Competencies

  • Minimum with a Diploma or Certificate in Early Childhood Care & Education – Teaching (DECCE-T or CECCCE), Diploma in Child Psychology & Early Education
  • GCE ‘O’ Level credit in Chinese with a minimum of B4 grading
  • At least 1 to 2 years of experience as a preschool teacher

Technical Skills and Competencies

  • Classroom management skills (classroom leadership, classroom management and organization)
  • Good knowledge of curriculum and instruction

Roles & Responsibilities

The Community Partnerships Associate/Executive (Events and Volunteer Management) will report to the Senior Executive or Manager, Community Partnerships, and will be primarily responsible for conceptualisation, preparation and execution of Canossaville’s volunteer programmes.

He/she will also be responsible for soliciting and managing all donations-in-kind to meet the needs of Canossaville’s programmes and beneficiaries.

Fundraising (Donations-in-Kind and donor management)

  • Contribute ideas and insights to the CP team towards advancing Canossaville’s mission and garnering support from stakeholders
  • Main liaison for Canossaville sectors for in-kind sponsorships and donations; working closely with Fundraising Associate/Executive to identify and reach out to sponsors/ donors for the items
  • Work closely with finance and the Fundraising Associate/Executive to ensure all monetary and in-kind donor information have been updated into the donor management system

Outreach and Events

  • Lead in planning and execution of events related to outreach efforts for children and families in The Village (e.g. Christmas event), Canossian family (beyond The Village) and families in the MacPherson area
  • Lead liaison to Sector Leaders in The Village, working with them to understand needs and planning for the support distributions (e.g. Project ROTI events)
  • Lead in stakeholder/vendor management as well as logistical and administrative management in the pre, during, and post event stages
  • Work closely with Communications Executive for dissemination of stories and impact from events

Volunteer Management

  • Design and implement a volunteer management system including recruitment, training, deployment, rewards, recognition, and retention
  • Report regularly (quarterly) on the number of volunteers and volunteering hours logged
  • Liaise with external stakeholders to develop partnerships for corporate social responsibility (CSR) and volunteering
  • Work with the Communications Executive to develop content and push out communications internally and externally for volunteer programmes
  • Enhance and expand current volunteer opportunities, assess new areas of development to meet organisation goals and address beneficiaries needs for new volunteer programmes
  • Work closely with communications, programme leaders to share impact stories of persons served through volunteers
  • Ensure volunteer database is up-to-date
  • Conceptualise and execute annual Volunteer Appreciation Ceremony
  • Ensure that volunteer information is managed in compliance with the Personal Data Protection Act
  • Maintain and update the SOPs for volunteer management
  • Manage budget and resources for volunteer management


  • Work closely with members of CP Team, Sr Leaders and Sector Heads to advance the culture of philanthropy in Canossaville


  • Performs any other duties as assigned by the management from time to time

Education and Experience

  • Diploma/Bachelor’s Degree in Business/ Social Sciences would be preferable
  • At least 1-2 years of relevant volunteer/ project management experience.
  • Experience in a social service agency would be preferable

Technical Skills and Competencies

  • Good project management, planning, and organisation skills
  • Familiar with Microsoft Office applications and comfortable with using IT systems

Generic Skills and Competencies

  • Is adaptable, flexible, and possess the ability to work well, coordinate and communicate across different functions and environment
  • Excellent written, interpersonal, and communication skills
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team
  • Attention to detail and accuracy, with ability to meet tight deadlines when required

Roles & Responsibilities

The Community Partnerships Associate/Executive (Fundraising) will report to the Community Partnerships Senior Executive/Manager, and will be primarily responsible for conceptualization, preparation and execution of Canossaville’s fundraising and donor engagement programmes.

Both fundraising and donor engagement activities include face to face and online giving campaigns, communications, social media, and events that advance the Mission of Canossaville and its beneficiaries.

Fundraising campaigns

  • Conceptualises, executes and monitors campaigns, endowment appeals, legacy giving, proposals and special projects necessary to achieve the annual fundraising targets set.
  • Conceptualizes, executes and monitors physical and digital fundraising campaigns aimed at local and overseas outreach to raise awareness to our causes
  • Segments donors (corporates, individuals, foundations, etc) and applies engagement strategies specific to each segment
  • Sources and identifies suitable fundraising programmes, foundation grants, government grants, etc., and drafts fundraising proposals

Donor engagement

  • Develops and executes on-going donor engagement strategies and platforms (from identification to appreciation)
  • Plan and execute Annual Donor Appreciation Ceremony
  • Ensure the donor appreciation wall is kept up-to-date on an annual basis
  • Ensure thank you letters and tax receipts are sent to donors in a timely manner
  • Develops multiple channels for regular donor communications (face to face, online) and works closely with comms for stories / info
  • Grow giving across the Catholic community, Canossian partners and alumni
  • Grow pool of new and recurrent donors
  • Ensure that fundraising practices are in full compliance with charity governance standards


  • Work closely with Manager, Senior leaders and sector heads to ensure the culture of philanthropy in Canossaville is strong.


  • Manage and execute fundraising events and projects within budget and schedule
  • Facilitate and assist to manage third party fundraising events (e.g. preparation of MOU)
  • Compliance
  • Ensure up to date maintenance of donor database
  • Work closely with Finance Team to ensure that donations/ funds received are allocated accurately so as to ensure compliance with donors’ intended use of funds


  • Provide information for IPC renewal and Annual Report as needed
  • Provide quarterly updates to management on fundraising activities
  • Develop and update fundraising SOPs with team


  • Performs any other duties as assigned by the management from time to time

Education and Experience

  • Diploma/ Degree in communications, marketing, business, social sciences preferred
  • At least 1-2 years of relevant fundraising/ business development / sales experience.
  • Experience in a social service agency would be preferable

Technical Skills and Competencies

  • Good understanding of fundraising practices and Code of Governance for Charities in the social service sector
  • Familiar with Microsoft Office applications and comfortable with using IT systems
  • Excellent communication skills – verbal and written

Generic Skills and Competencies

  • Excellent interpersonal and influencing skills
  • Is adaptable and possess the ability to work well, coordinate and communicate across different functions and environment
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team
  • Self-starter and able to work outside office hours on occasion (e.g. during events)
  • Attention to detail and accuracy, with ability to meet tight deadlines when required

Roles & Responsibilities

A Therapy (Resource) associate is responsible in sourcing, coordinating, and creating teaching resources and data collection

He/She is tasked to assist in creating teaching materials both in pull out signing session or co -planning session for learners who are selected for supplementary signing language session

He/She is to liaise Canossian EIPIC to other Canossaville sectors as well external agencies and donor in regards to scheduling of meetings and project follow through

He/she is responsible in communicating the Canossian EI team on the updates, outcomes and requirements needed for targeted signing learners

Outsourcing and Creation of Signing Multimedia Teaching Materials

  • Searches for materials, resources for creation of materials to be used for signing class session during EI pull out, co- teaching of signing words with EC and signing teacher
  • Search and coordinate with vendors on the pricing,
  • Create and submit required purchase requisition and claim documents to Finance for reimbursement and payment
  • Schedule and coordinate with other EI sectors and parent participants for staff and parent workshop
  • Create online parent satisfaction survey and collect survey responses from parent training workshop
  • Upkeep supporting documentation for claims and donor document submission

Working in Teams

  • Coordinates with other Canossaville sector on outsourcing materials, manpower and vendors for signing project resource/materials (i.e. videos, resource materials)
  • Collaborates with Signing Teachers, EI and EC teachers on materials needed for signing sessions and co-planning
  • Upkeep documentation such as workgroup output and curriculum framework developed by Canossian EI team and Curriculum Specialist


  • Replenishes stationery stocks/supplies for the workgroup/class when needed
  • Coordinates and schedule workgroup meetings between sectors
  • Note takes work group/joint sectors’ meeting minutes and updates/email sector participants of the workgroup
  • Record attendance of learners attending sign language sessions
  • Tracks and records selected learners under the Signing programme’s Individualised Educational Plan (IEP) improvement scores and all other data tracking required under the Signing Programme

Education and Experience

  • Completed at Diploma level
  • Minimum 1 year of experience working in an Early Intervention centres or preschool/kindergarten setting

Technical Skills and Competencies

  • Knowledge of hearing loss will be an advantage

Generic Skills and Competencies

Capacity to work effectively in response to work demands

Good interpersonal and written communication skills

Ability to contribute to a positive work and team culture where members strife for the highest standards of service delivery and care

Roles & Responsibilities

  • Plan and implement a holistic and developmentally appropriate curriculum in accordance with the policies, frameworks and philosophy.
  • Engage, nurture and motivate children through play and hands-on activities.
  • Prepare age-appropriate teaching resources, set up learning corners and maintaining a pleasant learning environment.
  • Provide a safe and clean environment for the care and development of children in the centre
  • Practice effective classroom management
  • Organizing and participating in the centre events.
  • Establishing and maintaining strong and collaborative partnerships with parents and community.
  • Openness to working with in an inclusive environment.

Minimum Education and Qualification Required for the Position

  • Diploma in Pre-school Education Teaching (DPT) / Diploma in Early Childhood Care & Education (DECCE)/Diploma in Child Psychology and Early Education/Diploma in Early Childhood Education (DPTL)/Diploma in Early Childhood Studies/Degree in ECCE
  • Good command of English with at least GCE ‘O’ Level B4 in English
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills
  • A team player with passion in equipping and inspiring young lives
  • Candidates completing Early Childhood Education related diploma course within 6 months may apply

Roles & Responsibilities

A Speech-Language Therapist delivers therapeutic services to students and their families of The Canossian Village and in the wider community. S/he contributes to The Village’s efforts in providing an enhanced service delivery through the Canossian Circle of Care. S/he works connects and collaborates with a multi-disciplinary team, school staff, families and relevant agencies for an integrated service delivery model.


  • Utilises resources in a cost-effective manner (organises individual workload and caseload, completes clinical and administrative work in a timely manner)
  • Monitors and maintains tools and/or supplies


  • Works collaboratively with caregivers, colleagues and/or professionals from relevant agencies to address the needs of students from diverse backgrounds using the Canossian Circle of Care model
  • Provides holistic services that include clinical interviews, administration of formal and informal assessments, case formulation, treatment planning, and implementation of evidence-based intervention practices
  • Prepares and maintains relevant documentation
  • Builds relationships with caregivers and teachers
  • Imparts tips and tools to caregivers for working with their children
  • Provides consultation to staff of The Village on application of strategies in the classroom and recommends communication options (including the use of Assistive Technology)

Internal Processes

  • Complies with established policies, procedures, processes and workflows;
  • Create and maintains speech therapy department SOPs and workflows
  • Create and maintain speech therapy handbook (internal)

Professional and People Development

  • Enhances professional growth and development by keeping up to date with current literature and through participating in educational programmes, in-service meetings, and workshops (internal and external)
  • Translates evidence-based research into practice
  • Contributes to capacity building for educators and families
  • Undertakes projects to create awareness of students with hearing loss
  • Takes part in research and evaluation for programme improvement
  • Takes part in Village wide projects (as assigned) for people development


  • Performs any other duties as assigned

Education and Experience

  • Undergraduate or Master’s Degree in Speech Pathology
  • At least 5 years of relevant experience in pediatric / school-based setting
  • Relevant experience working with students with hearing loss will be an added advantage

Technical Skills and Competencies

  • Professional license: Fully registered with the Allied Health Professions Council of Singapore.

Generic Skills and Competencies

  • Excellent communication skills
  • Relationship-building skills
  • Teamwork
  • Adaptable to change

About The Role

  • Work with Student Care Manager and Curriculum Developer to plan and implement curriculum at the Student Care Centre
  • Possess primary school content knowledge for Homework Guidance
  • Adopt creative teaching techniques to engage and motivate the student in their learning
  • Implement effective routines for work, meal-time and play
  • Ensure the safety and well being of the students at all times
  • Use technology effectively for work and teaching – Able to use PowerPoint for presentations; Excel for basic formulas and calculations; and video-cameras to document students’ learning
  • Able to observe, evaluate and document students’ performance and behavior
  • Communicate and collaborate with respective stakeholders (teachers, caregivers, volunteers)
  • Keep accurate and up to date administrative and student records at all times
  • Perform other administrative roles as assigned from time to time by Student Care Manager

Candidate Requirements

Technical Competencies:

  • Ability to communicate effectively (both written & verbal) with colleagues, caregivers and volunteers
  • Work cheerfully and collaboratively with all stakeholders to uphold professional conduct and organization values
  • Able to meet deadlines and complete work on a timely basis with minimal errors

Core Competencies:

  • A passion for connecting with children
  • Energetic, responsible, has integrity
  • Possess primary school content knowledge for homework guidance

Preferred achievements / characteristics:

  • Minimum Diploma and above, preferably with teaching qualification or at least 2 years of relevant student care teaching experience in Singapore
  • Prior SC or MOE teaching experience is a bonus.

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