Be that light for them!

A rewarding career, participating in the growth of our children and youth

We impact future generations


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- Since 1948!

“More than just a career, it’s a calling”

Embark on a journey to support children and youth in need, providing them the guidance and assistance to transform their lives. With 70 years dedicated to the social mission, you will be part of a dynamic organization that provides a myriad of social services that touches and impacts the lives of many.

Work alongside like-minded individuals to care for the clients
and together, drive social change!

 

Professional Development


At Boys’ Town, there are many chances of collaboration across departments.
We have a strong learning culture and are committed to help you develop professionally.

Join the big family as we continue to grow as BT O.N.E – Ownership, Nurturing and Empowering!

 
“We help today’s children and youth to be better adults and parents tomorrow. Their futures depend on what you do today!”Dr. Roland Yeow
   Executive Director, Boys' Town

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Join our family today!

Below are some of our currently available positions. If you’re interested in a career with Boys’ Town, drop us an email at our address provided below!


  • General clerical and administration works in compliance with audit requirement (where relevant) eg. Letter typing, drafting of proposals and quotations, documentation and filing.
  • Provide administrations and operational support for Project Management, rectification works etc eg. Preparation of Tender and Contract Documents, conducing site inspections, attending site meeting etc.
  • Building inspections (Boys’ Town building).
  • Provide direct assistance to Estate Manager during meetings eg. Attending meetings for project discussions, legal proceedings, compilation of minutes of meetings (when necessary) etc.
  • Report writing – assist in drafting descriptions, findings, conclusions recommendation cost, estimates and opinions etc).
  • Assist in preparing the various government related surveys.
  • Assist in preparing the various reports eg. quarterly report for MSF Review Committee under the Estate Management etc.
  • Liaise with relevant authority eg. BCA, LTA, MOE, SLA, PUB, URA, AVA, SP, EMA, SCDF, PWD, NEA etc.
  • Provide relevant follow-up to internal/ external parties eg. Status of the project/ job etc.
  • Support in the procurement of required items.
  • Support in the distribute, safe keeping, record and to update all the distribution of the keys.
  • To record and prepare invoice (Utilities) on a quarterly basis to the necessary stakeholders.
  • Assist in recording of fix assets item provided by the Finance Department and updating the locations of the assets. To prepare & record Certificate of Redundancy & Condemnation when necessary.

Job Requirements

  • Diploma/ Degree in Building Management/ Estate Management or equivalent.
  • Minimum 2 years relevant of experience in building management, handling procurement and projects.
  • Possess Executive Functioning Skills such as Planning, Organising and ability to handle multiple tasks successfully.
  • Good team player with a service oriented mindset.
  • Independent, responsible, initiative, determined.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
  • IT savvy, proficient in MS Office: Word, Excel & Powerpoint.
  • This position is responsible for providing the safety and supervision of the youth throughout their sleep hours.
  • Upon ensuring that youths needs are met, the Night Youth Worker will be responsible for the upkeep of the program facility such as ensuring facilities are locked, lights are off etc.
  • Supervision of morning routines, meal preparation, maintains medication distribution assignment and readiness (such as proper school uniform and school shoes) for the school day.
  • Completes assigned documentation and tracking of attendance.
  • Follows medication management guidelines.
  • Provide ongoing supervision of residents by ensuring visual check guidelines are followed (complete room checks a minimum of every hour or more frequently as the needs of a youth may require).
  • Any other assigned duties.
  • This position will work between the hours of 11pm to 7am.

Job Requirements

  • O/ NITEC/ Diploma in Counselling, Psychology
  • Able to work on weekends and public holidays
  • Able to work independently and in a team, possess good interpersonal and communication skills
  • Experience in working with youth at risk
  • Possess situational awareness at all time when working with youths.
  • To look into the well-being of the residents, maintain discipline and provide close supervision while on duty.
  • To motivate and actively engage residents to participate in daily programmes and provide reports on programme outcomes.

Job Requirements

  • O/ NITEC/ Diploma in Counselling, Psychology.
  • ≥2 years of relevant experience.
  • Able to work on rotating shift including weekends and public holidays.
  • Able to work independently and in a team, possess good interpersonal, communication and written skills.
  • Demonstrate emotional maturity and genuine passion to work with young people.
  • Take responsibility for managing the Community Partnerships income and expenditure budget and ensure that it is in line with the department’s business plan and fundraising strategy. Producing monthly reports and summaries will be required.
  • Adhere to fundraising, policies, procedures and legal requirements, including submitting reports to IRAS, MSF, Charity Portal and NCSS, administering general correspondence, ensuring prompt acknowledgment letters are sent, and keeping accurate records of fundraising activities.
  • Responsibilities in the Volunteer Management role.
    • Work with the various departments to review and identify the needs of volunteers.
    • Support the recruitment of volunteers.
    • Review and support the maintenance of the SOP of the Volunteer management process,
    • Be familiar with the utilisation of the volunteer management software tool (Salesforce based) and to generate relevant reports for the management.
    • Conduct an orientation programme for new volunteers and to ensure that the volunteer management process is in line with the SOP.
    • Be responsible for the upkeep and maintenance of the record of volunteers.
    • Be responsible for the evaluation of the volunteers and including the deployment of a volunteer recognition programme.
    • Be responsible for the retention of volunteers in the organisation.
  • Maintain and develop the existing portfolio of corporate relationships.
  • Provide strong account management to maximise income for Boys’ Town.
  • Design and deliver a communication and contact strategy.
  • Secure retention of corporate supporters.
  • Organise cultivation events throughout the year.
  • Support the Community Partnerships Manager in securing sponsorship for Boys’ Town’s major fundraising events through the development of strong pitches, grant writing and researching potential sponsors to target.
  • Act as an ambassador for Boys’ Town, representing the organisation at external events, including a variety of networking events, cheque presentations and talks.
  • Design and deliver a series of fundraising events and manage existing annual initiatives including Founders’ Day and Flag Day.
  • Work closely with colleagues in fundraising and communications to ensure all activities achieve optimum success.
  • Promote all Boys’ Town fundraising and communication activities to relevant corporate partners.
  • Any other duties reasonably assigned by the Community Partnerships Senior/Manager.

Job Requirements

  • Candidate must possess at least Bachelor’s Degree in Business Studies / Mass Communications or equivalent.
  • Preferably 2 years of working experience VWO/ NPO/ Social service sector.
  • Assess suitability for reunification and areas of intervention
  • Create contact plans, facilitate and assess contacts to prepare child and family for reunification
  • In-family coaching and support
  • To work with stakeholders to ensure care and support for the CYP
  • Face to face contact with the stakeholder/family and CYP on a weekly basis
  • Data entry of all cases, track progress of cases, preparation of monthly report submission to relevant authorities
  • Liaising with the relevant authority on relevant case matters

Job Requirements 

  • Bachelor of Social Work / Masters in Social Work / Recognised Social Work qualifications from Singapore Association of Social Workers (SASW)
  • At least 2 years’ relevant experience VWO/ NPO/ Social service sector
  • Experience in working with children/CYP and their families
  • Understand and be sensitive towards cultural, social economics and psychology factors
  • Ability to conduct case assessments and integrate information independently
  • Ability to evaluate and report on the progress of social work intervention
  • Demonstrates open communication and sharing of information within teams
  • Demonstrates openness, willingness and eagerness to learn and to seek and accept increased responsibility to change.
  • Conduct in-depth assessment on the suitability of applicants for the role as foster parents, present findings and follow up on decisions and recommendations
  • Match foster families with a foster child, based on factors such as the CANs assessment, age, race, religion as well as the foster parent’s capability in meeting the child’s needs
  • Conduct all the necessary checks including announced and unannounced home visits
  • Provide a 24-hour hotline for foster parents per duty schedule and ensure that the team follows up on outcomes
  • Supervise and support foster placement so as to prevent breakdowns in foster child’s existing care arrangements
  • Spearhead in case movement through regular team meetings, monthly case review sessions, supervision sessions etc.
  • Monitor and evaluate effectiveness of case management and other support programme and activities extended to foster families
  • Participates in road shows and other community outreach events when necessary
  • Manage and support volunteers interested in providing their service to foster families
  • Contribute relevant articles on fostering/parenting on Facebook and other social media/collaterals) and respond to enquiries/comments
  • Support in managing the donated items and maintain the recordings on the dispensation of various donated items to foster parents
  • To develop and market the programme to partners and other stakeholders

Job Requirements

  • Bachelor of Social Work / Masters in Social Work / Recognised Social Work qualifications from Singapore Association of Social Workers (SASW)
  • At least 5 years’ relevant experience
  • Experience in working with children/CYP and their families

 For inquiries, please email us at hr@boystown.org.sg