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Care Associate

St Luke’s ElderCare (SLEC) is a Christian healthcare provider committed to meeting the evolving needs of the community, excelling in social care and clinical excellence for ageing well. Our ecosystem of care comprises centre, community, residential and home-based services.

SLEC’s range of centre-based services includes dementia day care, maintenance day care, and community rehabilitation including pulmonary, musculoskeletal, physiotherapy, speech, and occupational therapy. Community-based services offer active ageing and wellness programmes, diabetic screenings, dietetic services, and nursing care. Home-based services provide dietetic, medical, nursing, and therapy services. Residential-based services provide long-term care for those that require daily living and nursing care.

In FY2022/2023, SLEC had the privilege to serve over 9,200 elders through our services. We operate 26 Senior Care and Rehabilitation Centres islandwide, one Active Ageing Centre (Care) in Chong Pang and one Residence (nursing home) in Ang Mo Kio, serving mainly older persons regardless of race, language and religion. Incorporated in 1999, SLEC is a registered charity and an Institution of Public Character.

We are looking for a Care Associate to join the team.

Responsibilities:

  • Conducting daily visual check on the clients’ health conditions and well-being.
  • Supervising clients to carry out their routine rehabilitation, therapy, and diversional activities.
  • Lead or support daily exercises and activities prescribed by the rehabilitation team.
  • Serve meals including tea/coffee breaks to clients and may be required to feed clients.
  • Assisting elderly to the restrooms.
  • Always ensure the cleanliness of the household and carry out the necessary cleaning daily.
  • Provide medication and measure the vitals regularly.
  • Assist in wound and post-operative care if required.

 

Job Requirements:

  • Willingness and patience in serving the elderly clients.
  • Prior experience in caregiving duties in Hospitals; Nursing Homes or individual parents would be advantageous.
  • Candidate who are keen on a career switch would be considered.
  • Ability to speak English and conversant in Mandarin.
  • Has a basic care-giving certificate or nursing qualifications.

 

If you are interested to apply for the above-mentioned position, please submit your resume to recruit@slec.org.sg

Centre Admin

St Luke’s ElderCare (SLEC) is a Christian healthcare provider committed to meeting the evolving needs of the community, excelling in social care and clinical excellence for ageing well. Our ecosystem of care comprises centre, community, residential and home-based services.

SLEC’s range of centre-based services includes dementia day care, maintenance day care, and community rehabilitation including pulmonary, musculoskeletal, physiotherapy, speech, and occupational therapy. Community-based services offer active ageing and wellness programmes, diabetic screenings, dietetic services, and nursing care. Home-based services provide dietetic, medical, nursing, and therapy services. Residential-based services provide long-term care for those that require daily living and nursing care.

In FY2022/2023, SLEC had the privilege to serve over 9,200 elders through our services. We operate 26 Senior Care and Rehabilitation Centres islandwide, one Active Ageing Centre (Care) in Chong Pang and one Residence (nursing home) in Ang Mo Kio, serving mainly older persons regardless of race, language and religion. Incorporated in 1999, SLEC is a registered charity and an Institution of Public Character.

We are looking for a Centre Administrator to join the team.

As a Centre Administrator, who is supervised by the Centre Manager, you are responsible for providing prompt, excellent and professional administrative, clerical and customer relations in order to ensure effective and efficient centre-based operations and services of St Luke’s Eldercare Ltd, to both internal and external clients.

Responsibilities:

  • Greet clients, clients’ significant others, visitors (prior appointment and walk-in)
  • Answer phones & transfer calls
  • Respond to inquiries – from AIC, hospitals and potential future clients
  • Exit button (for caregivers, volunteers, visitors & workers) for both coming in and going out
  • Operation of remote microphone, intercom, scan / fax machine, roller shuttle
  • To provide and maintain administrative support to ensure accurate and up-to-date daily attendance for the following:
    • Clients of Maintenance Day Care (MDC) and Dementia Day Care (DDC)
    • Staff of both Day Care and Rehab
    • Daily and ad-hoc volunteers (individuals & groups)
    • Rehab variance management – sessions paid for but not used to bring forward
  • To provide and disseminate information for Care staff, Nursing & Drivers for the following purposes:
    • Care staff / Nurses: further actions required (for example: discontinue service,
    • Transfer of services, medication needs, hospitalisation, fall, illness, no attendance, death)
    • Drivers (pick up / drop off schedule change, new admissions & discharged clients, route planning)
  • Issuance of payment advice or chaser by around 2nd to 3rd week of the month – through clients themselves, or SMS, or printed copies, or email or caregivers, whichever means preferred.
  • Maintain and update billing contents and details – if subsidy % change, service change, or fee structure change
  • Keep track of number of Rehab session for billing purposes
  • Collection of payment (cheques, cash, Nets, internet transfer) across the month
  • Preparation of additional documents required for CPF claimants and filing of records
  • Client Welfare Fund (CWF) monitoring and billing requirements
  • Operation of NETS machine
  • Track payments by Internet Transfer with Finance Division at HQ
  • Generation of receipts (one each for customer, HQ & centre) and filing
  • Update receipt numbers at Index (individual file) and Attendance file
  • Resolve billing & attendance discrepancies
  • Maintenance and submission of monthly Client’s Payment Schedule for Finance Division
  • Maintenance and update of SCC Income Records – breakdown by modes of payment for submission to Finance Division
  • Maintenance and update of cash and cheques received for OCBC banking records
  • Record and keep track of advance and outstanding payments
  • Preparation of OCBC bank-in slips and run banking errands
  • Documentation for refund of deposit ($200) after client is discharged
  • Refund partial payment (case-to-case basis) as approved by Centre Manager
  • Generate monthly & quarterly ILTC Portal Management reports
  • eSMF new application and quarterly submission
  • NMTS renewal/new application/monthly checking
  • Weekend respite reporting (if applicable)
  • Raise Petty Cash vouchers and submit petty cash claims
  • Assist with translation between English & Chinese (if applicable)
  • Raising of Purchase Requisition, Goods Received and Invoicing

 

Job Requirements:

  • Good organisation skills to handle different tasks and direct information to requesting parties in an efficient and timely manner.
  • Able to create processes and procedures when performing your job.
  • Have the mindset and technical skills to be effective in administrative work.
  • Proficiency in documentation techniques or customer service skills
  • Proven experience as an office administrator, office assistant or relevant role
  • Outstanding communication and interpersonal abilities
  • Excellent organizational and administrative skills
  • Familiarity with office management procedures and basic accounting principles
  • General knowledge on centre operations
  • Excellent knowledge of MS Office
  • Diploma in office administration or relevant field is preferred.

 

If you are interested to apply for the above-mentioned position, please submit your resume to recruit@slec.org.sg

Care Staff

St Luke’s ElderCare (SLEC) is a Christian healthcare provider committed to meeting the evolving needs of the community, excelling in social care and clinical excellence for ageing well. SLEC’s ecosystem of care service is centre, community, residential and home-based.

With a vision of Transforming Community Care, we deliver a full range of integrated services and programmes including maintenance day care, day rehabilitation such as physiotherapy and occupational therapy, dementia, wound, nursing and respite care, wellness programmes and transportation.

SLEC operates 24 Senior Care and Rehabilitation Centres islandwide, one Active Ageing Hub in Bishan, one Active Ageing Centre (Care) in Chong Pang and one Residential Facility in Ang Mo Kio, serving mainly older persons regardless of race, language and religion. Incorporated in 1999, SLEC is a registered charity and an Institution of Public Character.

 

We are looking for a Care Staff to join the team.

 

As a Care Staff, you will ensure our elders receive the best possible care during their time in the Senior Care Centre, by helping them take part in daily activities as well as serving meals to them. You will also be responsible for ensuring the best possible operation of the Senior Care Centre, along with keeping it as clean and tidy as possible.  

 

Responsibilities:

  • Conduct daily visual checks on the clients’ health conditions and well-being.
  • Receive clients upon their arrival at the centre and send them off to the waiting vehicle during their departure.
  • Supervise clients in carrying out their routine rehabilitation, therapy, and diversional activities.
  • Lead and support daily activities prescribed by the rehabilitation team.
  • Serve meals including tea and coffee during breaks to clients. You may be required to feed clients directly as well.
  • Assist elderly in basic activities of daily living (BADL), including assistance with personal hygiene and transfers.
  • Ensure the cleanliness and safety of the centre at all times and carry out the necessary daily cleaning.
  • Any other projects assigned by the manager.

 

Job requirements:

  • Minimum of ‘O-Level’ qualifications.
  • Willingness and patience in serving the elderly clients.
  • Prior experience with caregiving duties in Hospitals; Nursing Homes or individual’s parents would be advantageous.
  • Team player with great interpersonal, communication and organisational skills.
  • Capable of working independently and under time constraints.
  • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office applications.
  • Candidates who are keen on a career switch would be considered.
  • Singaporeans and local PRs preferred.

 

If you are interested to apply for the above-mentioned position, please submit your resume to recruit@slec.org.sg

Care Partner

St Luke’s ElderCare (SLEC) is a Christian healthcare provider committed to meeting the evolving needs of the community, excelling in social care and clinical excellence for ageing well. SLEC’s ecosystem of care service is centre, community, residential and home-based.

With a vision of Transforming Community Care, we deliver a full range of integrated services and programmes including maintenance day care, day rehabilitation such as physiotherapy and occupational therapy, dementia, wound, nursing and respite care, wellness programmes and transportation.

SLEC operates 24 Senior Care and Rehabilitation Centres islandwide, one Active Ageing Hub in Bishan, one Active Ageing Centre (Care) in Chong Pang and one Residential Facility in Ang Mo Kio, serving mainly older persons regardless of race, language and religion. Incorporated in 1999, SLEC is a registered charity and an Institution of Public Character.

 

We are looking for a Care Partner, St Luke Residence to join the team. 

 

As a Care Partner, you will be required to co-plan activities with elders and help them live a meaningful life by empowering them whenever possible to participate in daily living and providing direct personal care when needed in line with our philosophy of care.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Perform activities such as bathing, dressing, undressing, grooming, feeding, toileting needs, etc. 
  • Assist in transferring residents from wheelchair to bed and vice versa, ambulation with walking aids. 
  • Provide social and emotional support for residents through interactive activities with guidance. 
  • Provide accurate documentation of resident care based on knowledge of the nursing process and related incidents. For example:  
    (a) Taking and recording of weight, height, vital signs of residents.  
    (b) Testing of urine and recording the results.  
    (c) Provide accurate information on bowel movements of residents.  
    (d) Provide accurate information on residents’ food and fluid consumption. 
  • Assist in preparing tea breaks and serving meals, feeding, cleaning up after mealtimes. 
  • Assist nurses in performing simple nursing tasks (eg feeding, toileting, showering) and monitor elders’ health status daily.
  • Assist doctors and nursing staff during treatments and examinations of residents and ensure privacy of residents at all times. 
  • Conduct cognitive, physical, recreational & social activities so as to promote relationship building among other elders.
  • Perform nursing procedures such as naso-gastric feeding. 
  • Ensure that all reports in relation to all aspects of resident care management are accurately documented. 
  • Ensure the proper dispensing and recording of consumables. 
  • Any other projects assigned by the manager.

 

Job requirements:

  • WSQ Certificate in Healthcare (Nursing Care), HMI or equivalent qualification. 
  • Preferably with one year of relevant experience in Home Care, Nursing Home, Community Hospital or Hospital Setting. 
  • Able to work rotating shifts. 
  • Team player with strong communication, interpersonal and organisational abilities. 
  • Capable of working independently and under time constraints. 
  • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office applications. 
  • Those who are willing to consider a 1 to 2 years contract can also apply. 

 

If you are interested to apply for the above-mentioned position, please submit your resume to recruit@slec.org.sg.

Centre Manager

St Luke’s ElderCare (SLEC) is a Christian healthcare provider committed to meeting the evolving needs of the community, excelling in social care and clinical excellence for ageing well. SLEC’s ecosystem of care service is centre, community, residential and home-based.

With a vision of Transforming Community Care, we deliver a full range of integrated services and programmes including maintenance day care, day rehabilitation such as physiotherapy and occupational therapy, dementia, wound, nursing and respite care, wellness programmes and transportation.

SLEC operates 24 Senior Care and Rehabilitation Centres islandwide, one Active Ageing Hub in Bishan, one Active Ageing Centre (Care) in Chong Pang and one Residential Facility in Ang Mo Kio, serving mainly older persons regardless of race, language and religion. Incorporated in 1999, SLEC is a registered charity and an Institution of Public Character.

 

We are looking for a Centre Manager to join the team.

 

As the Centre Manager, you will be responsible for managing and supervising a team of care staff to ensure the smooth operation of the senior care centre. You will also be required to organise activities and ensure the centre provides safe care by analysing incidents and implementing solutions to ensure the safety of our clients

 

Responsibilities:

  • Ensure clients’ (Daycare and Rehab) welfare and safety are well taken care of in the centre.
  • Develop, implement, and evaluate innovative and therapeutic activities in line with the GRACE model or care for all daycare clients.
  • Engage internal and external stakeholders in conducting meaningful activities to engage clients.
  • Organise and conduct MDM to ensure holistic care of clients.
  • Promote inclusive care for clients by inviting community residents into the centre.
  • Conduct Risk Management Assessments to ensure centres provide safe care by analysing incidents and implementing solutions to reduce incidents.
  • Partner with internal stakeholders to achieve organisational goals.
  • Provide overall operational leadership and supervision for staff in centres.
  • Ensure business sustainability via prudent management of resources, and achieve 95% utilisation rate at a steady state (2 years) for Daycare and Rehab.
  • Provide quality service in line with MOH SOPs and service requirements.
  • Ensure the centre is ready for clinical, service and financial audits.
  • Ensure centre facilities, equipment, and assets are in good working condition, and that all scheduled servicing is carried out promptly.
  • Ensure the accuracy of monthly subvention reports.
  • Collate data and submit reports when the need arises.
  • Increase publicity by engaging community partners within the centre’s catchment area.
  • Manage Transport fleet and ensure operational efficiency.
  • Ensure staff attend compulsory training (core program, mental health training, first aid ETC)
  • Promote a learning culture by supporting staff in upgrading their skills and knowledge through attending in-house or external courses.
  • Identify areas for improvement, along with making recommendations and implementing solutions for the betterment of the care centre.
  • Any other projects that are assigned by the manager.

 

Job Requirements:

  • Degree or Diploma in relevant disciplines.
  • Prior experience in caregiving duties in Hospitals, Nursing Homes or individual parents would be advantageous.
  • Willingness and patience in serving elders.
  • Bilingualism (Mandarin) is required due to the work environment.
  • Team player with strong communications, interpersonal and organisational abilities.
  • Capable of working independently and under time constraints.
  • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office Applications.
  • Singaporeans and local PRs Preferred.

 

If you are interested to apply for the above-mentioned position, please submit your resume to recruit@slec.org.sg.

Chaplain

St Luke’s ElderCare (SLEC) is a Christian healthcare provider committed to meeting the evolving needs of the community, excelling in social care and clinical excellence for ageing well. Our ecosystem of care comprises centre, community, residential and home-based services.

SLEC’s range of centre-based services includes dementia day care, maintenance day care, and community rehabilitation including pulmonary, musculoskeletal, physiotherapy, speech, and occupational therapy. Community-based services offer active ageing and wellness programmes, diabetic screenings, dietetic services, and nursing care. Home-based services provide dietetic, medical, nursing, and therapy services. Residential-based services provide long-term care for those that require daily living and nursing care.

In FY2022/2023, SLEC had the privilege to serve over 9,200 elders through our services. We operate 26 Senior Care and Rehabilitation Centres islandwide, one Active Ageing Centre (Care) in Chong Pang and one Residence (nursing home) in Ang Mo Kio, serving mainly older persons regardless of race, language and religion. Incorporated in 1999, SLEC is a registered charity and an Institution of Public Character.

As a Chaplain in SLEC, you will be an integral part of our mission to deliver compassionate, holistic care to the elders, their families, and our healthcare staff. Grounded in Christian principles, you will contribute to a comforting and spiritually enriching environment where every elder can age with dignity, surrounded by the love and support of a caring community.

Responsibilities:

  • Pastoral Care and Counselling:
    • Offer compassionate pastoral care and counselling to elders, their families, and healthcare staff, addressing spiritual and emotional needs.
    • Conduct regular visits to centres and/or nursing home, forming meaningful relationships and promoting a sense of belonging within the SLEC community.
  • Devotional and Worship Services
    • Organise and lead Christian devotionals and worship services, encouraging spiritual growth and community engagement.
    • Tailor and share messages of faith with sensitivity and respect for each individual’s personal belief.
  • Community Outreach
    • Participate in active ageing activities, opening doors to connect with the community and win hearts for the Lord.
    • Extend the reach of pastoral care to the needy and vulnerable within the neighborhood.
  • Church Partnerships
    • Establish and nurture partnerships with local churches and Christian organisations in providing pastoral care to the elders.
    • Collaborate in joint activities and shared resources in enriching spiritual support to elders and staff.

 

Requirements:

  • Basic Theological degree; Counseling and Gerontology degree will be an advantage
  • Excellent communication, active listening and inter-personal skills
  • Sensitivity to the spiritual and cultural needs of the elderly population
  • Competency in English; with proficiency in spoken Mandarin and/or local dialects.
  • Minimum 3 years pastoral experience, preferably in a healthcare or elder care setting
  • Previous experience in community engagement and outreach, building partnerships with local churches, and Christian organisations.
  • Track record of leadership and problem-solving experience

 

If you are interested to apply for the above-mentioned position, please submit your resume to recruit@slec.org.sg.

Community Care Associate

St Luke’s ElderCare (SLEC) is a Christian healthcare provider committed to meeting the evolving needs of the community, excelling in social care and clinical excellence for ageing well. SLEC’s ecosystem of care service is centre, community, residential and home-based.

With a vision of Transforming Community Care, we deliver a full range of integrated services and programmes including maintenance day care, day rehabilitation such as physiotherapy and occupational therapy, dementia, wound, nursing and respite care, wellness programmes and transportation.

SLEC operates 24 Senior Care and Rehabilitation Centres islandwide, one Active Ageing Hub in Bishan, one Active Ageing Centre (Care) in Chong Pang and one Residential Facility in Ang Mo Kio, serving mainly older persons regardless of race, language and religion. Incorporated in 1999, SLEC is a registered charity and an Institution of Public Character.

 

We are looking for a Community Care Associate to join the team.

 

As a Community Care Associate, you will assist to keep the living environment tidy and clean. You will also be expected to provide direct personal care to elders and assist them with tasks when needed in line with our philosophy of care.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Assist elderly in basic activities of daily living (BADL), including assistance with personal hygiene and transfers. 
  • Identify care needs of seniors such as dietic needs and other areas relating to well-being of elders. 
  • Monitor health status of clients (vital signs, glucose level and oxygen saturation) and escalate to Supervisor or Manager when required. 
  • Assist in serving medication, pre-packed medication and apply prescribed topical medication as instructed by Supervisor or Manager. 
  • Plan and conduct activities suitable for seniors taking into consideration their preferences and interests. 
  • Observe seniors’ engagement during sessions and provide feedback on seniors’ responses and progress. 
  • Ensure environmental safety and hygiene of the centre, including carrying out the necessary cleaning and disinfection along with looking out for hazards. 
  • Able to do basic documentation of seniors’ participation in various engagement activities. 

 

Job requirements:

  • Minimum Higher Nitec qualifications. 
  • Possesses willingness and patience in serving the elders.
  • Prior experience in caregiving duties in Hospitals; Nursing Homes or individual parents would be advantageous.
  • Team player with strong communication, interpersonal and organisational abilities. 
  • Capable of working independently and under time constraints. 
  • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office applications. 
  • Candidates who are keen on a career switch would be considered.
  • Singaporeans and local PRs preferred.

 

If you are interested to apply for the above-mentioned position, please submit your resume to recruit@slec.org.sg

Community Care Executive

St Luke’s ElderCare (SLEC) is a Christian healthcare provider committed to meeting the evolving needs of the community, excelling in social care and clinical excellence for ageing well. SLEC’s ecosystem of care service is centre, community, residential and home-based.

With a vision of Transforming Community Care, we deliver a full range of integrated services and programmes including maintenance day care, day rehabilitation such as physiotherapy and occupational therapy, dementia, wound, nursing and respite care, wellness programmes and transportation.

SLEC operates 24 Senior Care and Rehabilitation Centres islandwide, one Active Ageing Hub in Bishan, one Active Ageing Centre (Care) in Chong Pang and one Residential Facility in Ang Mo Kio, serving mainly older persons regardless of race, language and religion. Incorporated in 1999, SLEC is a registered charity and an Institution of Public Character.

 

We are looking for a Community Care Executive to join the team. 

 

As a Community Care Executive, you will be directly involved in making sure elders receive the proper care, closely monitoring and recording their conditions to improve the treatment. You will also be expected to help in the maintenance and operation of the centre.  

 

Responsibilities: 

  • Oversee Community Care Associates and Senior Community Care Associates in delivery of personal care to seniors. 
  • Monitor adherence to diet plan and assess for malnutrition.  
  • Monitor cognition level of seniors to pre-empt and identify areas of improvement and deterioration. 
  • Respond appropriately when seniors exhibit behaviours of concern. 
  • Participate in investigations of possible senior abuse. 
  • Implement plans to maximise senior autonomy, dignity of care and promote independence. 
  • Assist in serving medication, pre-packed medication and apply prescribed topical medication as instructed by Nursing staff. 
  • Perform CPRE, AED and first aid to seniors and plays an active role in emergency situations. 
  • Oversee and advice Senior Community Care Associates on nursing support such as administration of subcutaneous injections and prescribed medication and escalate issues to nursing team as necessary. 
  • Observe seniors’ engagement during sessions and feedback on seniors’ responses and progress. 
  • Ability to identify abnormalities and escalate for further quality care improvement if required. 
  • Ensure all elder assessments (outcome measures) and documents of elder’s progress are accurately documented and updated. 
  • Provide inputs to development of individualised care plan (ICP) with nursing and therapy teams and assist to implement the care plans to ensure that seniors needs are met. 
  • Ensure Community Care Associates and Senior Care Associates comply with St. Luke’s Eldercare Centre’s SOP.  
  • Monitor infection prevention and control initiatives to ensure standards are met and aligned to organisational policies. 
  • Monitor maintenance of equipment, machines and identify and mitigate workplace hazards and risks. 
  • Ensure smooth operations of centre with sufficient inventory and within budget. 
  • Plan and organise community activities for seniors with CCAs and SCCAs i.e. community outings, festive celebrations. 
  • Conduct training for and orientate Community Care Associates, Senior Community Care Associates, caregivers, interns, volunteers and new colleagues. 
  • Supervise Community Care Associates and Senior Community Care Associates team and improve team effectiveness. 
  • Respond to service situations and challenges professionally and appropriately. 
  • Any other projects that are assigned by the manager.

 

Job Requirements: 

  • Minimum Degree or Diploma in relevant disciplines. 
  • Prior experience in care giving duties in Hospitals, Nursing Homes or individual parents would be advantageous. 
  • Willingness and patient in serving the elderly clients. 
  • Bilingual (Mandarin) required due to work environment. 
  • Handle and respond to service challenges professionally and appropriately and escalate issues when required. 
  • Team player with strong communication, interpersonal and organisational abilities. 
  • Capable of working independently and under time constraints.
  • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office applications. 
  • Candidates who are keen on a career switch would be considered. 
  • Singaporeans or Local PRs preferred. 

 

If you are interested to apply for the above-mentioned position, please submit your resume to recruit@slec.org.sg

Community Care Doctor

St Luke’s ElderCare (SLEC) is a Christian healthcare provider committed to meeting the evolving needs of the community, excelling in social care and clinical excellence for ageing well. SLEC’s ecosystem of care service is centre, community, residential and home-based.

With a vision of Transforming Community Care, we deliver a full range of integrated services and programmes including maintenance day care, day rehabilitation such as physiotherapy and occupational therapy, dementia, wound, nursing and respite care, wellness programmes and transportation.

SLEC operates 24 Senior Care and Rehabilitation Centres islandwide, one Active Ageing Hub in Bishan, one Active Ageing Centre (Care) in Chong Pang and one Residential Facility in Ang Mo Kio, serving mainly older persons regardless of race, language and religion. Incorporated in 1999, SLEC is a registered charity and an Institution of Public Character.

 

We are looking for an experienced Community Care Doctor to join the team.

 

As a Community Care Doctor, you will provide medical care to SLEC clients, along with advice and support to their caregivers in collaboration with the rest of the care team (e.g. nurses, therapists, social workers, counsellors, centre staff, nursing home staff, etc), both internal and external to SLEC, such that care rendered is effective, coordinated and integrated. The Community Care Doctor also fosters a culture of safety and clinical improvement, contributes to programme development and supports the organisation from a clinical angle.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Provide direct medical care to clients in home, residential and centre based services in a team setting.
  • Provide clinical advice to caregivers.
  • Assist in the development of medical practice guidelines, policies and protocols as required for the safe and effective provision of healthcare in SLEC.
  • Assist in ensuring that clients receive appropriate evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment, and that all medical care is appropriately documented in the medical record.
  • Devise programmes which facilitate a population and team-based approach to health care with the emphasis on collaboration and shared accountability among health and social care organisations.
  • Practice guidelines and workflows which facilitate continuity of care and comprehensive care.
  • Devise organisational and team structures that support integrated care.
  • Collaborate closely with community members and stakeholders to provide services that meet the specific needs of the population.
  • Any other projects that are assigned by the manager.

 

Job requirements:

  • MBBS or MD recognised by the Singapore Medical Council.
  • Full registration with the Singapore Medical Council.
  • At least 3 years of post housemanship.
  • Possess good communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Willingness to serve and connect with the elderly and underprivileged.
  • Relevant Graduate diplomas in Geriatric Medicine, Palliative Medicine or Mental Health would be advantageous.
  • Experience working with elderly or palliative patients would be advantageous.
  • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office applications. 
  • Willingness to travel within Singapore.

 

If you are interested to apply for the above-mentioned position, please submit your resume to recruit@slec.org.sg.

Community Engagement Associate

St Luke’s ElderCare (SLEC) is a Christian healthcare provider committed to meeting the evolving needs of the community, excelling in social care and clinical excellence for ageing well. SLEC’s ecosystem of care service is centre, community, residential and home-based.

With a vision of Transforming Community Care, we deliver a full range of integrated services and programmes including maintenance day care, day rehabilitation such as physiotherapy and occupational therapy, dementia, wound, nursing and respite care, wellness programmes and transportation.

SLEC operates 24 Senior Care and Rehabilitation Centres islandwide, one Active Ageing Hub in Bishan, one Active Ageing Centre (Care) in Chong Pang and one Residential Facility in Ang Mo Kio, serving mainly older persons regardless of race, language and religion. Incorporated in 1999, SLEC is a registered charity and an Institution of Public Character.

We are looking for a Community Engagement Associate to join the team.

As a Community Engagement Associate, you will primarily be responsible for the coordination and implementation of community engagement programmes and services as well as the management of members and volunteers. You will also ensure that all programmes and services are operated in accordance with MOH’s Active Ageing Centre (AAC) service requirements.

Responsibilities:

  • Organise community engagement programmes and services.
  • Conduct needs assessment of tailor engagement plan for each elder.
  • Prepare collaterals for the promotion of programmes and services.
  • Assist in the evaluation and review of programmes and services for effectiveness and improvement.
  • Ensure safety procedures are adhered to for all programmes and services.
  • Attend to all relevant enquiries and service requests from the community.
  • Support the needs and well-being of the elders and their caregivers in the community through home visits, care planning, service referrals, activity recommendations, etc.
  • Plan and coordinate befriending and community screening efforts for elders in the community.
  • Monitor the alert alarm system (AAS), if any, during office hours including investigating and rendering necessary assistance.
  • Assist in the management of AAC membership including recruitment, publicity, registration, and retention.
  • Maintain a database of membership and volunteer management using the in-house AAC management system.
  • Recruit and manage volunteers to support the AAC programmes and services.
  • Liaise with internal and external sources of partnerships to conduct and implement programmes and services for the elders in the community.
  • Prepare relevant reports and claims to various internal and external stakeholders.
  • Ensure adherence to MOH’s requirements for AAC Service Model.
  • Assist with engagement programme and service administration, operations, and logistics.
  • Ensure the environmental safety and hygiene of activity areas at all times.
  • Ensure that all equipment is in good operational condition.

 

Job Requirements:

  • Minimum Higher Nitec qualifications.
  • Prior experience in Senior Care Centre, Active Ageing Centre or similar setting would be Advantageous.
  • Passionate about serving elders.
  • Resourceful, proactive, responsible, and focused on clients.
  • Team player with strong communications, interpersonal and organisational abilities.
  • Capable of working independently and under time constraints.
  • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office Applications.

 

If you are interested to apply for the above-mentioned position, please submit your resume to recruit@slec.org.sg

Community Engagement Executive

St Luke’s ElderCare (SLEC) is a Christian healthcare provider committed to meeting the evolving needs of the community, excelling in social care and clinical excellence for ageing well. SLEC’s ecosystem of care service is centre, community, residential and home-based.

With a vision of Transforming Community Care, we deliver a full range of integrated services and programmes including maintenance day care, day rehabilitation such as physiotherapy and occupational therapy, dementia, wound, nursing and respite care, wellness programmes and transportation.

SLEC operates 24 Senior Care and Rehabilitation Centres islandwide, one Active Ageing Hub in Bishan, one Active Ageing Centre (Care) in Chong Pang and one Residential Facility in Ang Mo Kio, serving mainly older persons regardless of race, language and religion. Incorporated in 1999, SLEC is a registered charity and an Institution of Public Character.

We are looking for a Community Engagement Executive to join the team.

As a Community Engagement Executive, you will oversee the Active Ageing Centre (AAC) services within an assigned cluster to ensure the successful implementation of engagement programmes and services. You will also be responsible for planning and coordinating engagement programmes and services as well as membership and volunteer engagement.

Responsibilities:

  • Plan and manage engagement programmes and services.
  • Evaluate and review effectiveness of, and areas of improvement in both programmes and services.
  • Ensure safety procedures are adhered to for all programmes and services.
  • Handle complex enquiries and referral from the community.
  • Support the needs and well-being of the elders and their caregivers in the community through home visits, care planning, service referrals, activity recommendations, etc.
  • Manage AAC membership including promotion, publicity, registration, and retention.
  • Manage volunteers including recruitment, training, and deployment to support the AAC’s programmes and services.
  • Collaborate with other community partners to develop and implement programmes and services for the elders in the community.
  • Develop localised volunteer management strategies.
  • Prepare relevant reports and claims to various internal and external stakeholders.
  • Ensure adherence to MOH’s requirements for AAC Service Model.
  • Manage AAC programme, service administration, operations, and logistics.
  • Oversee AAC staff orientation and training.
  • Ensure the environmental safety and hygiene of AAC areas at all times.
  • Ensure that the AAC equipment is in good operational condition.
  • Any other projects that are assigned by the manager.

 

Job requirements:

  • Minimum Degree or Diploma in relevant disciplines such as Social Work, Psychology and Gerontology.
  • Minimum 3-5 years of relevant experience, preferably in a Senior Care Centre or similar setting or have volunteered previously with elders.
  • Proven track record in leading teams.
  • Bilingual in English and Mandarin due to work environment.
  • Passionate about serving elders.
  • Team player with strong communication, interpersonal and organisational abilities.
  • Capable of working independently and under time constraints.
  • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office applications.
  • Singaporeans and local PRs Preferred.

 

If you are interested to apply for the above-mentioned position, please submit your resume to recruit@slec.org.sg

Director of Communication and Fundraising

St Luke’s ElderCare (SLEC) is a Christian healthcare provider committed to meeting the evolving needs of the community, excelling in social care and clinical excellence for ageing well. Our ecosystem of care comprises centre, community, residential and home-based services.

SLEC’s range of centre-based services includes dementia day care, maintenance day care, and community rehabilitation including pulmonary, musculoskeletal, physiotherapy, speech, and occupational therapy. Community-based services offer active ageing and wellness programmes, diabetic screenings, dietetic services, and nursing care. Home-based services provide dietetic, medical, nursing, and therapy services. Residential-based services provide long-term care for those that require daily living and nursing care.

In FY2022/2023, SLEC had the privilege to serve over 9,200 elders through our services. We operate 26 Senior Care and Rehabilitation Centres islandwide, one Active Ageing Centre (Care) in Chong Pang and one Residence (nursing home) in Ang Mo Kio, serving mainly older persons regardless of race, language and religion. Incorporated in 1999, SLEC is a registered charity and an Institution of Public Character.

We are looking for a Director of Communication and Fundraising to join the team.

As a Director of Communication and Fundraising, you will be responsible for the development and implementation of internal employee and external stakeholders’ communication strategies to build St Luke’s ElderCare’s (SLEC) brand awareness, engagement, and brand value to support SLEC’s strategic priorities and growth plans.  We will leverage strategic communications through digital and social media platforms to demonstrate the impact of our programmes and services, grow relationships with our stakeholders, and build thought leadership on active ageing that is transformational and innovative.

The Director of Communication and Fundraising will also be responsible for growing and managing income generation to support SLEC in delivering on its mission of transforming community care by enriching the lives of those through graceful and active ageing.  The incumbent will develop and implement donor engagement, fundraising, philanthropic strategies and plans to support SLEC’s strategic priorities. The objectives are to establish meaningful relationships with the community, corporations, major donors and sponsors, to retain the current donor base, and develop new donor relationships.

Responsibilities:

  • Communication
    • Develop and deliver SLEC’s communication strategies to effectively communicate with various stakeholders, including current and potential customers, employees, government entities, and the general public.
    • Lead the development and building of an engaging and compelling SLEC brand to support SLEC’s vision and mission, leveraging the unique strengths of SLEC to achieve growth targets and strengthen brand recognition in key communities and audiences.
    • Oversee all communication channels including media, corporate website, social media and other digital channels. Monitor and analyse communication metrics to ensure their effectiveness.
    • Develop and execute an internal communication strategy to ensure employees are informed on organisational news, events, and objectives and proactively engage colleagues on key priorities.
    • Initiate market research and translate analysis into well-structured and comprehensible recommendations for corporate communication and marketing initiatives; that will enhance and strengthen SLEC’s overall position in Singapore.
    • Promote the effective integration of communications, brand building and public engagement, marketing messages and activities across all SLEC services through online and offline channels.
  • Media Relations & Crisis Communication
    • Develop and implement effective public relations strategies to promote the mission and vision of SLEC.
    • Craft senior management talking points, and speeches for internal and external stakeholders. Support Senior Leadership Team in public appearances and media engagements.
    • Manage media relations and engagements in terms of media enquiries, writing media releases, preparing media kits and briefing spokespersons on FAQs.
    • Support crisis communication efforts and lead the preparation of communication plans and media replies. Strategise and manage public and media relations to mitigate perception risks during times of reputational crises.
  • Fundraising
    • Develop and implement strategies and programmes to expand and diversify donor base/pipeline; develop new income sources; and grow donorship across SLEC’s spectrum of donors ranging from individual, corporations, schools to partners.
    • Plan short and long-term fundraising targets to meet funding needs across the organisation and develop effective strategies to achieve the set targets.
    • Develop and implement a comprehensive, innovative and integrated fundraising plan as well as establish mutually beneficial partnerships, with a focus on major giving, institutional donors, trusts and foundations, and corporate partnerships.
    • Develop a fundraising brand for the organisation’s strategic cause to attract philanthropists. Cultivate and manage relationships to ensure long-term sustained philanthropic contributions to the organisation’s cause.
    • Expand mass market fundraising through direct marketing and online fundraising and ensure stable sustainability of funding through concerted stewardship.
    • Create campaign concepts, stewardship of specific audiences, and coordinate data segmentation and contact schedules, with the aim of supporting sustainable, long-term programme growth.
    • Work closely with senior leadership, board members, and other stakeholders to identify fundraising opportunities and build relationships with donors.
    • Ensure proper governance of funds and full compliance with regulations as required by the Charity Commission, PDPA and Risk Management policies.

 

Job Requirements:

  • Degree in English language, Mass Communications, Marketing or a related field from an accredited institution. A master’s degree in a communications-related field would be an advantage.
  • Minimum of 10 years’ experience in corporate communications, media relations and fundraising, in a key leadership position.
  • A passion for, and commitment to, serving the elderly in the community care sector.
  • High integrity and openness combined with a commitment to good governance.
  • Influential leader with the ability to work at both strategic and operational levels and building a high-performance team.
  • The ability to work collaboratively and influence effectively across teams and externally to achieve organisational goals.
  • Strategic communication skills with excellent writing and storytelling skills to craft Press Releases, Media FAQs, CEO messages, internal and external communication.
  • Media relations, PR skills and crisis communications management.
  • Track record of developing brand positioning and shaping messaging strategies leading to increased brand recognition.
  • Track record of fundraising success, building relationships, and managing individual giving, high-value, and corporate donors.
  • Excellent business planning, financial management and budgeting skills.
  • Good knowledge of the rapidly changing media and communications industry, and the use of digital technology/channels to deliver and develop integrated communication plans.

 

If you are interested to apply for the above-mentioned position, please submit your resume to recruit@slec.org.sg.

Executive, Accounts Payable

St Luke’s ElderCare (SLEC) is a Christian healthcare provider committed to meeting the evolving needs of the community, excelling in social care and clinical excellence for ageing well. Our ecosystem of care comprises centre, community, residential and home-based services.

SLEC’s range of centre-based services includes dementia day care, maintenance day care, and community rehabilitation including pulmonary, musculoskeletal, physiotherapy, speech, and occupational therapy. Community-based services offer active ageing and wellness programmes, diabetic screenings, dietetic services, and nursing care. Home-based services provide dietetic, medical, nursing, and therapy services. Residential-based services provide long-term care for those that require daily living and nursing care.

In FY2022/2023, SLEC had the privilege to serve over 9,200 elders through our services. We operate 26 Senior Care and Rehabilitation Centres islandwide, one Active Ageing Centre (Care) in Chong Pang and one Residence (nursing home) in Ang Mo Kio, serving mainly older persons regardless of race, language and religion. Incorporated in 1999, SLEC is a registered charity and an Institution of Public Character.

We are looking for an Executive, Accounts Payable professional to join the team.

As an Accounts Payable professional, you will be responsible for keeping the system running smoothly by managing cash flow and paying vendors and suppliers. You will be expected to keep track of all expenditures and reconcile processed work by verifying entries and comparing system reports to balances.

Responsibilities:

  • Post business transactions, process invoices, verify financial data for use and maintain accounts payable records.
  • Provide other clerical support necessary to pay the obligations of the organization.
  • Maintain meticulous records of outstanding payables.
  • Ensure the accuracy of an organization’s financial documents for payment, auditing and tax purposes.
  • Process out going payments in compliance with financial policies and procedures.
  • Perform day-to-day financial transactions, including verifying, classifying and recording accounts payable data.
  • Keeping track of all payments and expenditures, including payroll, purchase orders, invoices and statements
  • Protect businesses against unintentional overpayment.
  • Practice effective monitoring to ensure payments are made to vendors in a timely manner.
  • Verifies vendor accounts by reconciling monthly statements and related transactions
  • Clarify any questionable invoice items, prices, and receiving signatures.
  • Assemble and review invoices to be completed for payment.
  • Maintain copies of vouchers, invoices or correspondence necessary for files.
  • Obtain proper information and data regarding invoice payments.
  • Check vendor files for any previous payments and assign voucher numbers.
  • Prepare vouchers listing invoice number, date, vendor address, item description, amounts and coding per accounting policies and procedures.
  • Verify invoices against purchase orders and ensure goods or services were received before issuing payment to vendors.

 

Job Requirements:

  • Degree or Diploma in Finance, Economics, Business Studies or a similar discipline.
  • Candidates who are currently enrolled in CPA Australia will be considered as well.
  • Solid understanding of basic bookkeeping and accounting skills is required.
  • Proven ability to calculate, post and manage accounting figures and financial records.
  • Proven ability to calculate, post and manage accounting figures and financial records.
  • Team player with strong communication, interpersonal and organisational abilities.
  • Capable of working independently and under time constraints.
  • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office applications.

 

If you are interested to apply for the above-mentioned position, please submit your resume to recruit@slec.org.sg.

Enrolled Nurse

St Luke’s ElderCare (SLEC) is a Christian healthcare provider committed to meeting the evolving needs of the community, excelling in social care and clinical excellence for ageing well. SLEC’s ecosystem of care service is centre, community, residential and home-based.

With a vision of Transforming Community Care, we deliver a full range of integrated services and programmes including maintenance day care, day rehabilitation such as physiotherapy and occupational therapy, dementia, wound, nursing and respite care, wellness programmes and transportation.

SLEC operates 24 Senior Care and Rehabilitation Centres islandwide, one Active Ageing Hub in Bishan, one Active Ageing Centre (Care) in Chong Pang and one Residential Facility in Ang Mo Kio, serving mainly older persons regardless of race, language and religion. Incorporated in 1999, SLEC is a registered charity and an Institution of Public Character.

 

We are looking for an Enrolled Nurse to join the team.

 

As an Enrolled Nurse, you will be responsible for assisting the nursing team in providing personalised and specialised care to the patients in accordance with established hospital policies and procedures. You will interact directly with the clients, providing comfort and transportation, monitoring their vital signs and assisting with daily living needs.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Support and participate in quality improvement and research activities to enhance resident care management and improve practices.
  • Comply with ENHS requirements in care and documentation.
  • Lead in response to emergencies, perform first aid and arrange for an ambulance when an emergency arises.
  • Serve as a consultant to the care partners on basic nursing issues.
  • Monitor the health and nutritional status of residents daily and escalate to Senior Nurse where applicable.
  • Assist in the physical examination and other minor procedures accordingly according to competency levels.
  • Ensure specimens are collected appropriately and dispatched on time.
  • Carry out nursing procedures as instructed (e.g. tube feeding, oxygen therapy).
  • Administer prescribed medications to our residents by adhering to the 10 rights.
  • Observe for adverse side effects and the efficacy of the medicines.
  • Documenting of IR in adverse reactions and medication errors.
  • Evaluate the effectiveness of interventions and report to SN accordingly. (e.g. oxygen therapy)
  • Record accurate and concise statements on the nursing care rendered to the residents in compliance with required standards.
  • Monitor the nutritional status of residents and intervene where necessary.
  • Encourage independence and provide support for residents’ hygiene care (e.g. skin care, oral care, bathing, dressing, grooming, toileting) when required.
  • Provide necessary preventive (e.g. moisturiser) and therapeutic (e.g. positioning) skincare routines to residents to preserve skin integrity and prevent pressure injury.
  • Perform ‘last office’ service to deceased residents and help with the transfer to Holding Room where necessary.
  • Integrate nursing care and residents’ mobility, ADL community integration training where applicable. (e.g. walk to the toilet to help them change their diaper)
  • Assist in the orientation to help residents and their families feel assured and welcome.
  • Assess for signs of possible abuse and participate in the investigation as needed.
  • Assess for signs of dementia or mental health issues, and report to SN where appropriate
  • Participate actively in transdisciplinary discussions to promote quality care for residents.
  • Coordinate the physical admission, transfer and discharge of residents to and from SLR.
  • Schedule, arrange, and document any follow-up medical appointments residents might have.
  • Partner with volunteers to provide the SLR model of care.
  • Conduct OJT or in-service for care partners and new colleagues as assigned.
  • Comply with environmental infection control policy.
  • Record the use of chargeable clinical consumables.
  • Support and work cooperatively with all team members based on the self-managed household concept for the residents which includes simple cooking, menu planning, light laundry, and housekeeping.
  • Any other projects that are assigned by the manager.

 

Job Requirements

  • Minimum NITEC in Nursing and above.
  • Newly attained upgrades from Nursing Aides.
  • Registered with Singapore Nursing Board (SNB)
  • Team player with strong, communication, interpersonal and organisation abilities.
  • Capable of working independently and under time constraints.
  • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office applications.

 

If you are interested to apply for the above-mentioned position, please submit your resume to recruit@slec.org.sg

Executive / Senior Executive, Organisational Excellence

St Luke’s ElderCare (SLEC) is a Christian healthcare provider committed to meeting the evolving needs of the community, excelling in social care and clinical excellence for ageing well. Our ecosystem of care comprises centre, community, residential and home-based services.

SLEC’s range of centre-based services includes dementia day care, maintenance day care, and community rehabilitation including pulmonary, musculoskeletal, physiotherapy, speech, and occupational therapy. Community-based services offer active ageing and wellness programmes, diabetic screenings, dietetic services, and nursing care. Home-based services provide dietetic, medical, nursing, and therapy services. Residential-based services provide long-term care for those that require daily living and nursing care.

In FY2022/2023, SLEC had the privilege to serve over 9,200 elders through our services. We operate 26 Senior Care and Rehabilitation Centres islandwide, one Active Ageing Centre (Care) in Chong Pang and one Residence (nursing home) in Ang Mo Kio, serving mainly older persons regardless of race, language and religion. Incorporated in 1999, SLEC is a registered charity and an Institution of Public Character.

We are looking for an Executive / Senior Executive, Organisational Excellence to join the team.

Responsibilities:

  • Assist in delivery of lean training and execution of lean/process improvement projects with internal and external stakeholders.
  • Support project coaching sessions with internal and external stakeholders on lean projects.
  • Perform time studies and observations.
  • Assist stakeholders in lean implementations and follow ups.
  • Assist in data analytics and project documentation.
  • Monitor project progress and ensure on track.
  • Ensure sustainability of improvements by standardisation of implementations and tracking of measures.
  • Presentation and reporting of project outcomes to relevant stakeholders.
  • Provide administrative support for the division as needed.
  • Undertake secondary appointments or duties as required.

 

Job Requirements:

  • Degree in any discipline with at least 3 years of relevant experience in project management
  • At least 2 years of experience in applying Lean/Kaizen or Process Improvement methodologies. Formal qualifications of Lean or Six Sigma and experience with application in the healthcare industry will be an added advantage.
  • Excellent written, communication and facilitation skills
  • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office applications
  • Strong interpersonal skills, able to effectively collaborate and build relationships with internal and external stakeholders
  • A highly motivated individual and a good team player who is an advocate of continuous learning

 

If you are interested to apply for the above-mentioned position, please submit your resume to recruit@slec.org.sg

Financial System Analyst

St Luke’s ElderCare (SLEC) is a Christian healthcare provider committed to meeting the evolving needs of the community, excelling in social care and clinical excellence for ageing well. Our ecosystem of care comprises centre, community, residential and home-based services.

SLEC’s range of centre-based services includes dementia day care, maintenance day care, and community rehabilitation including pulmonary, musculoskeletal, physiotherapy, speech, and occupational therapy. Community-based services offer active ageing and wellness programmes, diabetic screenings, dietetic services, and nursing care. Home-based services provide dietetic, medical, nursing, and therapy services. Residential-based services provide long-term care for those that require daily living and nursing care.

In FY2022/2023, SLEC had the privilege to serve over 9,200 elders through our services. We operate 26 Senior Care and Rehabilitation Centres islandwide, one Active Ageing Centre (Care) in Chong Pang and one Residence (nursing home) in Ang Mo Kio, serving mainly older persons regardless of race, language and religion. Incorporated in 1999, SLEC is a registered charity and an Institution of Public Character.

We are looking for a Financial System Analyst to join the team.

As a Financial System Analyst (FSA), you will be performing financial analysis, preparing financial forecasts, and advising senior management on strategic planning.

To ensure success as FSA, you should exhibit extensive knowledge and experience with pursuing continuous operational excellence with Finance related Policy-System-Process (PSP), including comfortable to tackle both ongoing and ad-hoc system related interfaces matters to exploit ERP capability to augment productivity. You must be highly independent and adaptive to handle assigned tasks independently, able to possess sublime stakeholders’ management and change management skills are pre-requisites expectations for this change management champion.

Responsibilities

  • Effective reviews and recommendations to constantly enhance and streamline PSP efficacy, to proactively augment operational value-chain efficacy and productivity to keep up with business dynamic changes.
  • Serve as the Key Finance Representative and Prime System Interfaces Champion for Microsoft Business Central (MS-BC) ERP system, to ensure proper system integrations and interfaces.
  • Lead to coordinate and follow-ups on Internal Audits and various Operational related Studies / Audits to ensure good governance, as well as proper closure on Management Letter Pointers (MLPs).
  • Provide necessary corporate secretariat and working level supports for various Sub- Committees from Board, particularly Investment Committee & others.
  • All other finance related projects assigned by Director of Finance (DOF), including but not restricting to pricing of new product and services; working with multidisciplinary teams to provide sound due diligence checks to ensure protection of SLEC business interest.
  • Assist DOF to vet through and revise all related legal / contractual documentations with government (related) agencies and prospective business partners to safeguard legalistic and economic interest of SLEC.
  • Working with DOF to ensure all related insurance coverages and business indemnity are properly accounted for and adequately covered.
  • Willingness to learn, to take on new scope and responsibilities including Financial. Planning and Analysis (FPA), upon delivery of a matured and stable PSP enhancements domain.

 

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business, preferably with Accountancy or Finance specialisation, or equivalent Professional Qualifications.
  • Strong understanding on various finance related workflows and processes, as well as various mitigating governance controls.
  • A minimum of 5 years’ relevant or related experience as a Financial Reporting Accountant and/or Operational Accountant equivalent who has extensive exposures in dealing with large Accounting ERP System including various work processes related improvements.
  • Strategic planner, yet hands-on executor, with the ability to be meticulous and detailed driven individual contributor.
  • Ability to multi-task and manage diversified portfolios of projects.
  • Comfortable with public speaking and presentation to senior leaders.
  • Effective change management skillset and ability to orchestrate necessary stakeholders’ management.
  • Dedicated and committed to meeting tight deadlines, with delivery of high-quality work.
  • Highly motivated with a growth mindset to acquire new skills and willingness to take on new roles & responsibilities.
  • Superb leadership, organisational, and problem-solving skills.
  • Excellent collaborative mindset and communication skills.

 

If you are interested to apply for the above-mentioned position, please submit your resume to recruit@slec.org.sg

IT Applications - Business Analyst

We are looking for an IT Applications – Business Analyst to join the team.

Are you ready to make a meaningful impact in the community care sector? Join us as an IT Business Analyst for the IT Systems Department at the leading Eldercare organisation in Singapore. In this dynamic role, you will spearhead efforts to ensure seamless operation and optimization of our critical applications.

Responsibilities:

  • Manage the lifecyle of systems.
  • Conduct user research and design solution.
  • Gather and document requirements.
  • Coordinate projects and manage stakeholders.
  • Ensure security and compliance for implemented applications.
  • Facilitate continual improvement and review processes.
  • Manage change and assess risks.
  • Oversee vendor relationships.

 

Requirements:

  • Previous experience in post-life systems lifecycle and IT project lifecycle. Understanding of systems approach and a strong grasp of how digitalization impacts processes.
  • Academic education, preferably in IT, Digital Healthcare, Business Process Management, or Project Management.
  • Passion and keen interest in the aged care sector. Enjoys digitalization and harbors a fervent aspiration for digital transformation.
  • Excellent writing skills for preparing tender and project documentation with precision and clarity.
  • Experience in adopting new technologies for business, with a demonstrated ability to quickly grasp and adapt to new concepts and tools.
  • Confident communication skills for effectively conveying ideas and exploring the latest technologies with colleagues and stakeholders.
  • Attention to detail, with the ability to be resourceful and independent. Takes ownership of tasks and manages time effectively to meet deadlines.

 

If you are interested to apply for the above-mentioned position, please submit your resume to recruit@slec.org.sg

IT Manager

St Luke’s ElderCare (SLEC) is a Christian healthcare provider committed to meeting the evolving needs of the community, excelling in social care and clinical excellence for ageing well. Our ecosystem of care comprises centre, community, residential and home-based services.

SLEC’s range of centre-based services includes dementia day care, maintenance day care, and community rehabilitation including pulmonary, musculoskeletal, physiotherapy, speech, and occupational therapy. Community-based services offer active ageing and wellness programmes, diabetic screenings, dietetic services, and nursing care. Home-based services provide dietetic, medical, nursing, and therapy services. Residential-based services provide long-term care for those that require daily living and nursing care.

In FY2022/2023, SLEC had the privilege to serve over 9,200 elders through our services. We operate 26 Senior Care and Rehabilitation Centres islandwide, one Active Ageing Centre (Care) in Chong Pang and one Residence (nursing home) in Ang Mo Kio, serving mainly older persons regardless of race, language and religion. Incorporated in 1999, SLEC is a registered charity and an Institution of Public Character.

We are looking for an IT Manager to join the team.

The IT Manager will be responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of our IT department, ensuring the smooth functioning of our technology infrastructure. This role requires a strategic thinker with strong leadership and communication skills, capable of managing a talented team to deliver high-quality IT services. The ideal candidate will have a proven track record in IT management, project management, and team leadership, with expertise in End User Computing, IT infrastructure, Cloud-based/SaaS solutions, Office 365, Interset access, and Firewalls.

Responsibilities:

  1. Team Management:
    • Lead and motivate a team, fostering a collaborative work environment.
    • Provide coaching and mentorship for team members.
    • Conduct regular performance reviews and set clear objectives for the team.
  2. Strategic Planning:
    • Develop and implement the IT strategy aligned with the overall business objectives.
    • Identify and recommend technology solutions, including End User Computing, Cloud-based/SaaS solutions, and Office 365, that support organizational growth and efficiency.
    • Stay abreast of industry trends and emerging technologies to ensure the company remains competitive.
  3. Infrastructure Management:
    • Oversee the maintenance and optimization of the company’s IT infrastructure, including servers, networking equipment, and end-user devices.
    • Manage and enhance network security measures, including firewalls, to safeguard company data and systems.
    • Ensure the availability and reliability of IT systems to meet business needs.
  4. Cloud-Based/SaaS Solutions:
    • Evaluate, implement, and manage cloud-based and SaaS solutions to enhance business processes and scalability.
    • Work with cross-functional teams to migrate and optimize applications and services in the cloud.
  5. Office 365 and Interset Access:
    • Manage and optimize Office 365 services, ensuring seamless collaboration and productivity.
    • Oversee Interset access and other security measures to protect sensitive data and ensure compliance.
  6. Project Management:
    • Plan, execute, and oversee IT projects from conception to completion, including those related to cloud migrations and infrastructure upgrades.
    • Collaborate with cross-functional teams to define project scope, objectives, and deliverables.
    • Monitor project timelines, budgets, and resources to ensure successful project delivery.
  7. Vendor Management:
    • Evaluate and manage relationships with external vendors and service providers, particularly those related to cloud services and security solutions.
    • Negotiate contracts and agreements to ensure cost-effective and high-quality services.
    • Stay informed about market trends and recommend changes to vendor partnerships as needed.

Skills and Competencies:

  1. Leadership:
    • Proven experience in leading and managing teams.
    • Strong interpersonal and communication skills.
  2. Technical Proficiency:
    • In-depth knowledge of IT systems, networks, and infrastructure.
    • Familiarity with a range of technologies, including cloud-based/SaaS solutions, Office 365, and firewalls.
  3. Project Management:
    • Demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously.
    • Experience with project management tools and methodologies.
  4. Problem Solving:
    • Analytical mindset with the ability to troubleshoot and resolve complex technical issues.
    • Proactive problem-solving skills to address potential challenges before they escalate.
  5. Strategic Thinking:
    • Ability to align IT strategies with overall business objectives.
    • Forward-thinking approach to technology planning and implementation.

 

Job Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Information Technology, Computer Science, or a related field.
  • Minimal 4 years of experience in IT management.
  • Minimal 5 years of experience in team leadership.
  • Relevant industry certifications (e.g., PMP, ITIL) are a plus.

 

If you are interested to apply for the above-mentioned position, please submit your resume to recruit@slec.org.sg

Manager/Senior Manager, Communication

St Luke’s ElderCare (SLEC) is a Christian healthcare provider committed to meeting the evolving needs of the community, excelling in social care and clinical excellence for ageing well. SLEC’s ecosystem of care service is centre, community, residential and home-based.

With a vision of Transforming Community Care, we deliver a full range of integrated services and programmes including maintenance day care, day rehabilitation such as physiotherapy and occupational therapy, dementia, wound, nursing and respite care, wellness programmes and transportation.

SLEC operates 24 Senior Care and Rehabilitation Centres islandwide, one Active Ageing Hub in Bishan, one Active Ageing Centre (Care) in Chong Pang and one Residential Facility in Ang Mo Kio, serving mainly older persons regardless of race, language and religion. Incorporated in 1999, SLEC is a registered charity and an Institution of Public Character.

 

We are looking for a Manager/Senior Manager, Communication to join the team.

 

The Manager/Senior Manager, Communication will be responsible for planning and leading the full range of communication activities on print and digital platforms, maintaining brand integrity across initiatives, and delivering external and internal communication materials for the organisation. A content-creator, he/she will also be required to liaise with stakeholders to gain an understanding of communication requirements and formulate appropriate messaging.

You will be a member of the Communication and Partnerships Department, which is responsible for developing and implementing branding and marketing activities across traditional and digital marketing platforms to achieve strategic communication objectives, resource mobilisation, community relations and experience management.  We build SLEC’s brand awareness, engagement, and brand value, by reaching out to the public and stakeholders such as elders, their family members, corporate partners, donors, churches, volunteers and our own employees.

As a senior member of the communication team, you will lead the team, synergise with other teams within the department, and collaborate with others in the organisation to bring forward the SLEC brand uniquely and positively.

 

Responsibilities

Marketing Communication

  • Lead the rebranding efforts and contribute to developing the brand strategy and integrated brand and marketing approach.
  • Be the custodian of the organisation by maintaining brand integrity across all communication and marketing initiatives.
  • Ensure effective planning and execution of communications efforts across all communications channels to bring the organisation’s key messages through to target audiences.
  • Co-lead impact content and campaigns for external and internal communication channels (success stories profiling, speeches, press releases, presentation materials).
  • Conceptualise multi-media content such as videos or infographics to support communications initiatives.
  • Track content impact outcomes across the spectrum of communication on print and online channels, to optimise content for target audiences.
  • Monitor corporate aspects of the website by ensuring that services and corporate information remain relevant and updated.
  • Produce corporate collaterals, including the annual report, newsletters, brochures, and print and online news by coordinating internal stakeholders, writing content, managing timelines, and liaising with vendors for production and delivery.
  • Support fundraising and community relations through relevant communication channels such as EDMs and digital media outlets.
  • Guide team members by providing direction and helping to refine ideas and content.
  • Manage brand reputational issues, formulate and execute crisis communication plan as the need arises.
  • Oversee the events initiated by the department.
  • Ensure quality and consistency in materials produced, and the timely reporting of required metrics.
  • Day-to-day administrative tasks across the department.

 

Media Relations

  • Develop content for a range of communication collaterals, including news releases, reports, infographics, and opinion pieces.
  • Proactively engage online and mainstream media to promote and build positive awareness of SLEC.
  • Lead media-related events (media interviews, media releases and publicity engagement materials).
  • Support advisory to internal stakeholders on media outreach and management.

 

Job Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Mass Communication, Marketing, Journalism, Event Management, or a similar discipline.
  • Minimum six years of prior experience in marketing or corporate communication, content marketing or public relations.
  • Excellent writing, proofreading, and editing skills.
  • Strong media engagement skills.
  • Excellent verbal and written English communication skills with strong problem-solving and interpersonal skills.
  • Highly organised, detail-oriented and able to set clear guidelines and deadlines.
  • Comfortable managing multiple projects and competing priorities in a fast-paced environment. Self-motivated, resourceful, a good team player, with an affable personality.
  • Ability to work under pressure and tight deadlines.
  • Effectively bilingual (spoken) in English and Mandarin will be an added advantage.
  • Strong team management and people development skills.

 

If you are interested to apply for the above-mentioned position, please submit your resume to recruit@slec.org.sg.

Medical Social Worker, HQ

We are looking for a Medical Social Worker to join the team.

As a Medical Social Worker, you are responsible for providing psychosocial support for elders and caregivers through in-depth assessment, case management and multi-disciplinary approach to facilitate care and maximise elders’ dignity.

Responsibilities:

  • Care Coordination/Management
    • Management of caseload requiring social work intervention within stipulated response time in assigned setting.
    • Conduct BPSS assessment, case management and coordination of care for referred elders and caregivers.
    • Collaborate with multi-disciplinary professionals to promote well-being of elders and caregivers through multidisciplinary meeting (MDM).
    • Develop and coordinate discharge planning process for potential elders in transitioning from SLEC to other services if appropriate.
    • Provide community case management services and make appropriate referrals to other agencies when required.
    • Participate in case discussions.
    • Carry out relevant tasks as assigned by clinical supervisor and/or Head of Department.
  • Programme
    • Support and co-facilitate therapeutic groupwork/programs for elders and caregivers as appropriate to their needs.
    • Facilitate ACP conversations when appropriate.
  • Admin
    • Facilitate and prepare reports for financial assistance applications such as Medifund, Subsidy Deviation etc.
    • Ensure proper documentation of case files, referrals and other related documents for case management and audit purposes.
    • Contribute to half-yearly statistical report for funded program.
    • Participate in quality improvement initiatives/projects.
    • Sourcing community support networks and programmes for the benefits of our elders.
  • Interpersonal
    • Ability to converse in local languages to be able to communicate with clients.
    • Team player with good interpersonal, organizational, and communication skills.
    • Good knowledge of Microsoft office.
    • Able to work independently.

 

Job Requirements:

  • Degree / Graduate Diploma in Social Work.
  • Minimal 2 years of direct social work experience.
  • Prior work with elders in a community or healthcare setting would be advantageous.

 

If you are interested to apply for the above-mentioned position, please submit your resume to recruit@slec.org.sg.

Nurse Manager

St Luke’s ElderCare (SLEC) is a Christian healthcare provider committed to meeting the evolving needs of the community, excelling in social care and clinical excellence for ageing well. SLEC’s ecosystem of care service is centre, community, residential and home-based.

With a vision of Transforming Community Care, we deliver a full range of integrated services and programmes including maintenance day care, day rehabilitation such as physiotherapy and occupational therapy, dementia, wound, nursing and respite care, wellness programmes and transportation.

SLEC operates 24 Senior Care and Rehabilitation Centres islandwide, one Active Ageing Hub in Bishan, one Active Ageing Centre (Care) in Chong Pang and one Residential Facility in Ang Mo Kio, serving mainly older persons regardless of race, language and religion. Incorporated in 1999, SLEC is a registered charity and an Institution of Public Character.

 

We are looking for a Nurse Manager to join the team.

 

As a Nurse Manager, you will be responsible for supervising nursing staff, overseeing patient care, making management and budgetary decisions, setting work schedules and making personnel decisions. You will also recruit and train nurses and other healthcare professionals and maintain a facility’s records.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Oversee the efficient and safe day-to-day operations within nursing home.
  • Monitor and enforce compliance with operational SOP and policies.
  • Lead and manage clinical staff in delivering excellent clinical and service qualities.
  • Ensure compliance with existing and enhanced regulatory and licensing requirements.
  • Evaluate and improve work processes and practices.
  • Track and review nursing key performance indicators and continuously identify areas of improvement and gaps.
  • Lead and participate in various quality and continuous improvement projects to improve care standards.
  • Collaborate with other members of the care team to provide and achieve the best outcomes for residents.
  • Plan and control manpower budget.
  • Participate in the recruitment, selection, orientation, training and performance management of staff.
  • Conduct research and draw up proposals for management review.
  • Any other projects that are assigned by the Manager.

 

Job Requirements:

  • Possess a Degree or Diploma in Nursing.
  • Registered Nurse with the Singapore Nursing Board.
  • At least 5 years of clinical management experience.
  • Strong project management skills and experience.
  • Thrives in a fast-paced environment.
  • Good decision-making skills and ability to act independently.
  • Team player with strong communication, interpersonal and organisational abilities.
  • Capable of working independently and under time constraints.
  • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office applications.

 

If you are interested to apply for the above-mentioned position, please submit your resume to recruit@slec.org.sg.

Occupational Therapist

St Luke’s ElderCare (SLEC) is a Christian healthcare provider committed to meeting the evolving needs of the community, excelling in social care and clinical excellence for ageing well. SLEC’s ecosystem of care service is centre, community, residential and home-based.

With a vision of Transforming Community Care, we deliver a full range of integrated services and programmes including maintenance day care, day rehabilitation such as physiotherapy and occupational therapy, dementia, wound, nursing and respite care, wellness programmes and transportation.

SLEC operates 24 Senior Care and Rehabilitation Centres islandwide, one Active Ageing Hub in Bishan, one Active Ageing Centre (Care) in Chong Pang and one Residential Facility in Ang Mo Kio, serving mainly older persons regardless of race, language and religion. Incorporated in 1999, SLEC is a registered charity and an Institution of Public Character.

rporated in 1999, SLEC is a registered charity and an Institution of Public Character. 

 

We are looking for an Occupational Therapist to join the team.

 

As an Occupational Therapist, you will be called upon to deliver the highest standard of service in assessing and managing new clients to SLEC, as well as maintaining centre equipment and operations. You will also be responsible for arranging events as well as providing consultation and training for both internal and external stakeholders, such as caregivers and volunteers

  

Responsibilities:

  • Provide overall leadership to the assigned section in the OT Department in the following areas including, Clinical Care, Administration Duties, Training and Education along with Research and Quality Improvement Projects.
  • Maintain high standards and professional OT services (centre-based, home-based and residential care) for the assigned caseloads.
  • Responsible for the accurate assessment and appropriate treatment for all clients admitted to SLEC.
  • Comply with SLEC’s SOPs on client care & documentation standards.
  • Attend MDM or family conferences when required.
  • Provide home visits, home modification and caregiver training when needs arise.
  • Raise application forms (eSMF, EASE) to support equipment procurement.
  • Promote and implement daycare activities that is in line with the GRACE model of care.
  • Execute new clinical programs to progress the profession and benefit the community.
  • Mentor and ensure OTA and TA within the centre delivers high clinical standards via CEP.
  • Provide coverage of OT services when the needs arise.
  • Ensure centre clears clinical audit by MOH.
  • Ensure operational efficiency in the centre by providing on-site supervision to OTA and TA.
  • Document and report incidents which happened in the Rehab Gym or are related to rehab service.
  • Engage volunteers and partners in delivering quality care to clients.
  • Collate information on elderly assessments and prepare reports as required.
  • Liaise with internal stakeholders relating to Occupational Therapy.
  • Manage Gym assets by putting up requests for equipment purchase, disposal, repair or loan.
  • Ensure Gym facilities is maintained at the highest standard.
  • Ensure OTA and TA receive appropriate training.
  • Execute outreach event to caregivers, volunteers and partners.
  • Assist in developing training materials and assessment standards to improve knowledge and skills of OTAs and TAs.
  • Conduct training for in-house and external stakeholders.
  • Supervise OT students in clinical placement (AHPC).
  • Be involved in QIP and research projects by mobilising the team to identify problem areas and recommend and implement improvement measures.
  • Identify areas for improvement, recommend and implement solutions for the betterment of DRC and DC.
  • Any other projects that are assigned by the manager.

 

Job requirements:

  • Degree or Diploma in Occupational Therapy from an accredited institution and licensed to practice in Singapore, preferably with 1 to 3 years’ experience.
  • Preferably 1 to 3 years of working experience. 
  • Team player with strong communication, interpersonal and organisational abilities. 
  • Capable of working independently and under time constraints.
  • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office applications.

 

If you are interested to apply for the above-mentioned position, please submit your resume to recruit@slec.org.sg.

Payroll Executive

St Luke’s ElderCare (SLEC) is a Christian healthcare provider committed to meeting the evolving needs of the community, excelling in social care and clinical excellence for ageing well. Our ecosystem of care comprises centre, community, residential and home-based services.

SLEC’s range of centre-based services includes dementia day care, maintenance day care, and community rehabilitation including pulmonary, musculoskeletal, physiotherapy, speech, and occupational therapy. Community-based services offer active ageing and wellness programmes, diabetic screenings, dietetic services, and nursing care. Home-based services provide dietetic, medical, nursing, and therapy services. Residential-based services provide long-term care for those that require daily living and nursing care.

In FY2022/2023, SLEC had the privilege to serve over 9,200 elders through our services. We operate 26 Senior Care and Rehabilitation Centres islandwide, one Active Ageing Centre (Care) in Chong Pang and one Residence (nursing home) in Ang Mo Kio, serving mainly older persons regardless of race, language and religion. Incorporated in 1999, SLEC is a registered charity and an Institution of Public Character.

We are looking for a Payroll Executive to join the team.

As a Payroll Executive, you will be playing a pivotal role in managing and executing the organisation’s payroll processes. You will contribute significantly to organizational efficiency and foster a positive employee experience by ensuring employees are compensated accurately and on time. Adaptability to evolving regulations and a proactive approach to problem-solving are traits that contribute to success in this role.

Responsibilities

  • Implement full spectrum of employee payroll cycle and functions.
  • Ensure monthly and ad-hoc staff salary payments, together with reimbursement claims, are processed promptly.
  • Manage and update employees’ payroll records and documentations.
  • Submission of claims for Maternity Leave, Paternity Leave, Childcare Leave, NS Make-Up Pay claims and other government fundings.
  • Prepare and submit monthly contributions details to Central Provident Fund Board.
  • Submit employees’ income information to Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore via Auto-Inclusion Scheme.
  • Process tax clearance (IR21) for foreign employees.
  • Process insurance claims for staff.
  • Respond to staff enquiries for payroll matters.
  • Generate monthly payroll summaries for Finance Department and liaise with internal and external auditors during payroll audit.
  • Assist with other ad-hoc HR duties as assigned.

 

Requirements

  • Diploma in Human Resources, Finance, Administration or related fields of study.
  • At least 5 years of relevant experience.
  • Understand and well-versed with local employment laws and tax regulations.
  • Meticulous, able to work independently and proven strong time management skills.
  • Able to demonstrate integrity and ownership during the course of work.
  • Proficiency in MS Excel.

 

If you are interested to apply for the above-mentioned position, please submit your resume to recruit@slec.org.sg.

Physiotherapist

St Luke’s ElderCare (SLEC) is a Christian healthcare provider committed to meeting the evolving needs of the community, excelling in social care and clinical excellence for ageing well. SLEC’s ecosystem of care service is centre, community, residential and home-based.

With a vision of Transforming Community Care, we deliver a full range of integrated services and programmes including maintenance day care, day rehabilitation such as physiotherapy and occupational therapy, dementia, wound, nursing and respite care, wellness programmes and transportation.

SLEC operates 24 Senior Care and Rehabilitation Centres islandwide, one Active Ageing Hub in Bishan, one Active Ageing Centre (Care) in Chong Pang and one Residential Facility in Ang Mo Kio, serving mainly older persons regardless of race, language and religion. Incorporated in 1999, SLEC is a registered charity and an Institution of Public Character.

 

We are looking for a Physiotherapist to join the team.

 

As a Physiotherapist, you will be responsible for helping clients restore mobility, function and independence through detailed assessments of problems, individualised treatments and manual therapy. You will work in a multidisciplinary team to ensure a high standard of clinical practice and professional conduct in all areas of client care. You will also be in charge of organising and distributing the caseloads, supervising students, and coaching junior or support care staff.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Provide quality and professional physiotherapy services for assigned caseload. 
  • Perform initial assessment of day-care and rehab clients and develop therapy programmes for clients based on assessments. 
  • Perform regular client reviews and adjust therapy accordingly. 
  • Work with care team for holistic care to attend MDM, communicate care plans to client, caregivers, care-team and provide recommendations. 
  • Provide care-giver education. 
  • Provide direct supervision, guidance and support to all TA, PA, caregivers, interns and personnel involved in therapy. 
  • Ensure MOH audit, quality guidelines and WSH procedures are adhered to. 
  • Tracking and re-certification of rehab clients and update of outcome measures. 
  • Conduct environment, quality and in-house competency audit. 
  • Communicate with relevant parties (internal and external) on client care as necessary. 
  • Manage day rehab centre operation through delegation and working as a team to plan and monitor client schedule, staff allocation roster, equipment inventory and maintenance. 
  • Ensure monthly Rehab report and dashboard indexes are accurate and submitted and uploaded on time. 
  • Ensure a safe, clean, effective and efficient environment for all. 
  • Assist department to develop new initiatives and programs as directed. 
  • Ensure staff under direct supervision have attended the required training and are certified appropriately. 
  • Organise and participate in community outreach programs and when needed, give talks and lectures or mobilise team in educational activities.
  • Be involved with in-service education for internal and external audiences. 
  • Involve in QIP and research projects: mobilise team to identify problem areas, recommend and implement improvement measures. 
  • Assist Centre in developing competency of all levels of staff. 
  • Any other projects that are assigned by the supervisor. 

 

Job requirements:

  • Diploma or Degree in Physiotherapy.
  • Full registration with AHPC with certificate of practice.
  • Team player with strong communications, interpersonal and organisational abilities.
  • Capable of working independently and under time constraints.
  • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office applications.

 

If you are interested to apply for the above-mentioned position, please submit your resume to recruit@slec.org.sg.

Project Manager, IT Business Systems Analyst

St Luke’s ElderCare (SLEC) is a Christian healthcare provider committed to meeting the evolving needs of the community, excelling in social care and clinical excellence for ageing well. Our ecosystem of care comprises centre, community, residential and home-based services.

SLEC’s range of centre-based services includes dementia day care, maintenance day care, and community rehabilitation including pulmonary, musculoskeletal, physiotherapy, speech, and occupational therapy. Community-based services offer active ageing and wellness programmes, diabetic screenings, dietetic services, and nursing care. Home-based services provide dietetic, medical, nursing, and therapy services. Residential-based services provide long-term care for those that require daily living and nursing care.

In FY2022/2023, SLEC had the privilege to serve over 9,200 elders through our services. We operate 26 Senior Care and Rehabilitation Centres islandwide, one Active Ageing Centre (Care) in Chong Pang and one Residence (nursing home) in Ang Mo Kio, serving mainly older persons regardless of race, language and religion. Incorporated in 1999, SLEC is a registered charity and an Institution of Public Character.

We are looking for a Project Manager, IT Business Systems Analyst to join the team.

As an IT Business Systems Analyst, you will be directly involved in performing analysis of existing application software and exploring innovative solutions to improve business efficiency. You will also be expected to manage end-to-end delivery of Commissioning of IT systems technologies from planning to post implementation support.

Responsibilities:

  • Provide application support in resolving and troubleshooting problems together with stakeholders and vendors for further investigations.
  • Perform analysis of existing application software and explore new solutions to improve business efficiency.
  • Plan, execute and manage projects or commissioning of IT systems and technologies from initiation to delivery, including post-implementation support and system maintenance to achieve automation and operational efficiency.
  • Track and manage all incidents to ensure resolution or escalation to the relevant support staff and vendors.
  • Manage the interface and integration requirements between IT application systems.
  • Manage and govern IT service providers and vendors to ensure SLA commitments are met.
  • Ensure compliance of all security measures in application development processes.
  • Facilitate end-user training to ensure the correct usage of IT application workflows by users.
  • Manage system access roles and rights and user-IDs. (Add, modify and delete).
  • Manage and monitor IT budget, procurement and utilisation relating to systems and applications.
  • Maintain user documentation including release notes, training guides and UAT documentation.
  • Provide IT project management and domain knowledge to users when required.
  • Partner users in evaluating IT solutions and products so that the solution implemented is secure, reliable and has the necessary vendor support and warranty in place.
  • Any other projects that are assigned by the Manager.

 

Job Requirements:

  • Diploma or Degree in Computer Science or Information Technology.
  • Working knowledge of both waterfall and agile development methodology.
  • Experience with application development will be an added advantage.
  • Comfortable learning new technologies as needed for new solutions.
  • Proactive, resourceful, willing to learn and take on responsibilities.
  • Team player with strong communications, interpersonal and organisational abilities.
  • Capable of working independently and under time constraints.
  • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office applications.
  • Must be willing and able to travel across Singapore to support remote sites when required.

 

If you are interested to apply for the above-mentioned position, please submit your resume to recruit@slec.org.sg.

Senior Dietitian / Dietitian

St Luke’s ElderCare (SLEC) is a Christian healthcare provider committed to meeting the evolving needs of the community, excelling in social care and clinical excellence for ageing well. Our ecosystem of care comprises centre, community, residential and home-based services.

SLEC’s range of centre-based services includes dementia day care, maintenance day care, and community rehabilitation including pulmonary, musculoskeletal, physiotherapy, speech, and occupational therapy. Community-based services offer active ageing and wellness programmes, diabetic screenings, dietetic services, and nursing care. Home-based services provide dietetic, medical, nursing, and therapy services. Residential-based services provide long-term care for those that require daily living and nursing care.

In FY2022/2023, SLEC had the privilege to serve over 9,200 elders through our services. We operate 26 Senior Care and Rehabilitation Centres islandwide, one Active Ageing Centre (Care) in Chong Pang and one Residence (nursing home) in Ang Mo Kio, serving mainly older persons regardless of race, language and religion. Incorporated in 1999, SLEC is a registered charity and an Institution of Public Character.

We are looking for a Senior Dietitian / Dietitian to join the team.

As a Senior Dietitian / Dietitian, you will apply the science of nutrition to promote health and well-being, improve the dietary habits and to manage various medical conditions of our clients in the community and across all our service settings, in a transformative and sustainable way.

Responsibilities:

  • To manage clients’ nutrition related diseases using medical nutrition therapy across SLEC’s services:
    • Evaluate clients’ nutritional and dietary needs in accordance with established protocols.
    • Create an individually tailored nutrition treatment plan.
    • Confer with care team to coordinate medical and nutritional needs, make recommendations for tube feedings and/or oral nutrition supplements.
    • Evaluate the nutrition treatment plan through regular follow-up to determine the achievement of goals and outcomes. Able to Adjust the plan as necessary.
    • Maintain appropriate patient records and departmental statistics as required.
  • Plan, develop and implement health and nutrition education activities or programmes to the community (including clients, caregivers, and the general public) to promote wellbeing and health.
  • Conduct or participate in community outreach activities related to health promotion.
  • Develop and update nutrition education materials and resources for the client, carers, general public, and community health service providers.
  • Collaborate with healthcare professionals and support multidisciplinary health programmes focusing on nutrition education/activities.
  • Assist with catering tender evaluation.
  • Co-ordinate and manage the catering for the centres, including liaising with caterers.
  • Plan, review, and develop menus, including implementation of therapeutic diets where relevant.
  • Assist with the monitoring of food quality, upholding hygiene standards and assist in the compliance with regulatory food standards.
  • Contribute to staff training on food hygiene, food portioning and/or food preparation.
  • Contribute and participate in Dining Culture Programme.
  • Conduct dietary, nutritional, and epidemiological research, including meal satisfaction and outcome.
  • Participate in nutrition research studies; draw conclusions and make recommendations based on research data and findings.
  • Analyse current clinical knowledge, standard of care, and research to improve patient care, and the nutrition service offerings.
  • Review current literature regularly to ensure advancements in nutrition care are incorporated into nutrition practices and protocols.
  • Provide consultation and evaluate food service systems to ensure adherence to nutritional guidelines in care facilities.
  • Provide nutrition consultancy and/or dietetic services to nursing home facilities.
  • Provide menu review and endorsement services to caterers serving care facilities.
  • Assist with budget planning, project revenue, productivity, and establish financial targets and objectives.
  • Contribute to reviewing, assessing, and creating community nutrition care policies guidelines, procedures, and department policies/work instructions to achieve cost containment and improved patient outcomes.
  • Contribute to reviewing clinical plans and workflows for community services.
  • Assist with any other administrative and operational duties as required.
  • Represent the department at meetings, and/or conferences as required.

 

Job Requirements:

  • Degree in Dietetics OR Degree in Nutrition with Post-Graduate Diploma in Dietetics OR Master’s in Nutrition and Dietetics recognized by the Singapore Nutrition and Dietetics Association (SNDA).
  • Fresh graduates may apply.
  • Relevant clinical experience in healthcare settings with Dietetic services advantageous.
  • For senior dietitian: minimum 4 years of relevant clinical experience in healthcare settings with Dietetic services (with 1-year supervisory capacity preferred).
  • Registered dietitian at the Singapore Nutrition & Dietetics Association (SNDA) or any recognized Dietitians Association is advantageous.
  • Team player with excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work independently.
  • Ability to communicate in Mandarin, Malay or dialects will be advantageous.
  • Good analytical, presentation, and public speaking skills.

 

If you are interested to apply for the above-mentioned position, please submit your resume to recruit@slec.org.sg

Senior Executive, Communications

St Luke’s ElderCare (SLEC) is a Christian healthcare provider committed to meeting the evolving needs of the community, excelling in social care and clinical excellence for ageing well. SLEC’s ecosystem of care service is centre, community, residential and home-based.

With a vision of Transforming Community Care, we deliver a full range of integrated services and programmes including maintenance day care, day rehabilitation such as physiotherapy and occupational therapy, dementia, wound, nursing and respite care, wellness programmes and transportation.

SLEC operates 24 Senior Care and Rehabilitation Centres islandwide, one Active Ageing Hub in Bishan, one Active Ageing Centre (Care) in Chong Pang and one Residential Facility in Ang Mo Kio, serving mainly older persons regardless of race, language and religion. Incorporated in 1999, SLEC is a registered charity and an Institution of Public Character.

 

We are looking for a Senior Executive, Communications & Partnerships to join the team.

 

As a Senior Executive for Communication & Partnerships, you will build and manage SLEC’s brand and marketing approach across both physical and digital media, ranging from newsletters, annual reports, and social media posts. You will also help in managing SLEC’s online brand reputation, provide administrative support for media-related events, and conduct daily administrative tasks. 

 

Responsibilities:

  • Contribute to development of the brand strategy and integrated brand and marketing approach.
  • Responsible for the content framework, writing, editing and publishing of content for communications campaigns to support fundraising, volunteerism and awareness outcomes for print and working closely with the team on digital and online channels. This includes storyboarding for videography, photography and storytelling.
  • Track content impact outcomes across the spectrum of communications on print and online channels, to optimise content for target audiences.
  • Develop, support and execute internal communications efforts such as newsletters and events.
  • Co-lead impact content and campaigns for internal and external communication channels (success stories profiling, speeches, press releases, presentation materials).
  • Produce the annual report, off and online news by coordinating internal stakeholders, writing content, managing timelines, and liaising with vendors for production and delivery.
  • Monitor corporate aspects of the website through ensuring that services and corporate information remain relevant and updated.
  • Run editorial calendar of newsletters, contribute to content, sourcing for images and execution from production to delivery.
  • Brand Management across corporate brand assets.
  • Support online brand reputation management.
  • Day to day administrative tasks across the department.
  • Administrative support for media-related events (media interviews, media releases and publicity engagement materials).
  • Support advisory to internal stakeholders on media outreach and management.
  • Any other projects that are assigned by the manager.

 

Job requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree or Post Graduate Diploma in Mass Communications or a similar discipline.
  • Minimum 4 years working experience in similar capacity, with competency in digital marketing and working knowledge of social media applications.
  • The ideal candidate would possess broad communication capabilities with an analytical approach to data insights.
  • Clear, concise and compelling content skills are keys for success in this role.
  • Display a track record of robust project management capabilities and be a strong team player.
  • Creative thinking and a proactive approach to understanding the current healthcare landscape.
  • Aptitude with digital and social media would be an advantage.
  • Team player with strong communications, interpersonal and organisational abilities. 
  • Capable of working independently and under time constraints. 
  • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office applications. 

 

If you are interested to apply for the above-mentioned position, please submit your resume to recruit@slec.org.sg.

Senior Executive, Facilities

St Luke’s ElderCare (SLEC) is a Christian healthcare provider committed to meeting the evolving needs of the community, excelling in social care and clinical excellence for ageing well. Our ecosystem of care comprises centre, community, residential and home-based services.

SLEC’s range of centre-based services includes dementia day care, maintenance day care, and community rehabilitation including pulmonary, musculoskeletal, physiotherapy, speech, and occupational therapy. Community-based services offer active ageing and wellness programmes, diabetic screenings, dietetic services, and nursing care. Home-based services provide dietetic, medical, nursing, and therapy services. Residential-based services provide long-term care for those that require daily living and nursing care.

In FY2022/2023, SLEC had the privilege to serve over 9,200 elders through our services. We operate 26 Senior Care and Rehabilitation Centres islandwide, one Active Ageing Centre (Care) in Chong Pang and one Residence (nursing home) in Ang Mo Kio, serving mainly older persons regardless of race, language and religion. Incorporated in 1999, SLEC is a registered charity and an Institution of Public Character.

We are looking for a Senior Executive, Facilities to join the team.

As a Senior Executive, Facilities, you are to be an expert in space planning, contract negotiation, and facilities management. The ideal candidate should hold certifications from the Building and Construction Authority (BCA) in building management and fire safety. This role will be responsible for overseeing the efficient operation and maintenance of our facilities, ensuring a safe and comfortable working environment, and optimizing space utilization.

Responsibilities:

  • Space Planning
    • Develop and execute space utilization strategies to optimize the use of daycare facilities.
    • Collaborate with various departments to understand their requirements and plan accordingly.
    • Implement space allocation and reallocation plans to accommodate changing business needs.
  • Contracts Negotiation
    • Negotiate and manage contracts with vendors, service providers, and suppliers for facility-related services.
    • Ensure cost-effectiveness and adherence to budgetary constraints while maintaining service quality.
    • Monitor and enforce contract compliance, including performance standards and deliverables.
  • Facilities Management
    • Oversee the day-to-day operation and maintenance of the facilities, including building systems, security, and infrastructure.
    • Manage facility service requests, work orders, and repairs, ensuring timely resolution.
    • Develop and implement preventive maintenance programs to ensure facility reliability and safety.
    • Supervise a team of facility personnel and provide leadership in achieving operational goals.
  • Health and Safety Compliance
    • Ensure compliance with fire safety regulations and emergency response procedures.
    • Conduct regular safety inspections and drills to maintain a safe working environment.
    • Collaborate with relevant authorities to obtain and renew necessary safety permits and certificates.
  • Budget Management
    • Assist in the development and management of the facilities budget.
    • Monitor expenses, identify cost-saving opportunities, and report on budget performance.
  • Reporting and Documentation
    • Maintain accurate records, documentation, and reports related to facility management activities.
    • Generate regular reports on facility performance, issues, and improvements.
  • BCA Certification Compliance
    • Stay up to date with building management and fire safety regulations.
    • Ensure that the organization is in compliance with BCA requirements and guidelines.

 

Job Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Facilities Management, Business Administration, or a related field.
  • BCA certification in Building Management and Fire Safety.
  • Proven experience in facilities management, space planning, and contract negotiation.
  • Strong knowledge of building systems, maintenance, and safety regulations.
  • Excellent communication and leadership skills.
  • Proficiency in using facility management software and tools.
  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively, managing multiple projects simultaneously.
  • Knowledge of sustainability and energy-efficient practices in facility management is a plus.
  • Strong problem-solving abilities and attention to detail.
  • Willingness to respond to facility-related emergencies outside of regular working hours.

 

If you are interested to apply for the above-mentioned position, please submit your resume to recruit@slec.org.sg.

Senior Executive, Infrastructure and Network

St Luke’s ElderCare (SLEC) is a Christian healthcare provider committed to meeting the evolving needs of the community, excelling in social care and clinical excellence for ageing well. Our ecosystem of care comprises centre, community, residential and home-based services.

SLEC’s range of centre-based services includes dementia day care, maintenance day care, and community rehabilitation including pulmonary, musculoskeletal, physiotherapy, speech, and occupational therapy. Community-based services offer active ageing and wellness programmes, diabetic screenings, dietetic services, and nursing care. Home-based services provide dietetic, medical, nursing, and therapy services. Residential-based services provide long-term care for those that require daily living and nursing care.

In FY2022/2023, SLEC had the privilege to serve over 9,200 elders through our services. We operate 26 Senior Care and Rehabilitation Centres islandwide, one Active Ageing Centre (Care) in Chong Pang and one Residence (nursing home) in Ang Mo Kio, serving mainly older persons regardless of race, language and religion. Incorporated in 1999, SLEC is a registered charity and an Institution of Public Character.

We are looking for a Senior Executive, Infrastructure and Network to join the team.

As an Executive for infrastructure and network, you will respond to requests for technical assistance in person whenever necessary. You will also be expected to facilitate end user training to ensure proper usage of IT equipment.

Responsibilities:

  • Respond to requests for technical assistance in person, phone, email, onsite support or remote access.
  • Installing, configuring, testing and maintaining network-related operating systems, applications, software and management tools.
  • Identify and escalate situations requiring urgent attention.
  • Track and route problems, requests and document solutions along with logging all help desk interaction after every issue if necessary.
  • Trouble shooting, diagnosing and resolving hardware, software and other network system problems.
  • Assist with the management and maintenance of the network infrastructure, such as switches and Wi-Fi access points.
  • Assist in creating network and email accounts for new users in the company.
  • In charge of setting up computers for new users and guarantees fast delivery of tools to users in various locations if needed.
  • Conduct IT audit and certification process.
  • Assist in drafting IT security and governance SOPs.
  • Facilitate end-user training to ensure the correct usage of IT equipment for users.
  • Any other projects that are assigned by the manager.

 

Job Requirements:

  • Higher Nitec or Diploma in IT, Engineering or of a similar discipline.
  • At least 3 years of experience in a service desk or helpdesk environment.
  • Proactive, resourceful and willing to learn and take on responsibilities.
  • Team player with strong analytical, communication, interpersonal and organisational abilities.
  • Capable of working independently and under time constraints.
  • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office applications.

 

If you are interested to apply for the above-mentioned position, please submit your resume to recruit@slec.org.sg.

Senior Executive, Operations and Technical Support

St Luke’s ElderCare (SLEC) is a Christian healthcare provider committed to meeting the evolving needs of the community, excelling in social care and clinical excellence for ageing well. Our ecosystem of care comprises centre, community, residential and home-based services.

SLEC’s range of centre-based services includes dementia day care, maintenance day care, and community rehabilitation including pulmonary, musculoskeletal, physiotherapy, speech, and occupational therapy. Community-based services offer active ageing and wellness programmes, diabetic screenings, dietetic services, and nursing care. Home-based services provide dietetic, medical, nursing, and therapy services. Residential-based services provide long-term care for those that require daily living and nursing care.

In FY2022/2023, SLEC had the privilege to serve over 9,200 elders through our services. We operate 26 Senior Care and Rehabilitation Centres islandwide, one Active Ageing Centre (Care) in Chong Pang and one Residence (nursing home) in Ang Mo Kio, serving mainly older persons regardless of race, language and religion. Incorporated in 1999, SLEC is a registered charity and an Institution of Public Character.

We are looking for a Senior Executive, Operations and Technical Support to join the team.

As a Senior Executive, Operations and Technical Support, in a nursing home, you will play a critical role in ensuring the smooth operations of the facility, providing technical support, and overseeing fire safety and building systems. Your professional certificates in fire safety and building systems from the Building and Construction Authority (BCA) will be essential in carrying out your responsibilities effectively. This role requires a strong blend of operational expertise, technical knowledge, and a commitment to the safety and well-being of residents and staff.

Responsibilities:

  • Operations Management
    • Supervise and manage day-to-day operations of the nursing home, including scheduling, and resource allocation.
    • Monitor and ensure compliance with all relevant healthcare regulations and quality standards.
    • Develop and implement operational policies and procedures to enhance efficiency and resident care.
    • Collaborate with other departments, such as nursing, administration, and housekeeping, to optimize overall facility operations.
  • Technical Support
    • Utilize technical expertise to support and troubleshoot equipment and systems within the nursing home, including medical devices and IT infrastructure.
    • Provide guidance and training to staff on the proper use and maintenance of technical equipment.
    • Collaborate with external service providers and vendors for equipment maintenance, repairs, and upgrades.
    • Stay updated on emerging technologies and trends in healthcare equipment and IT systems to ensure the nursing home remains up to date.
  • Fire Safety and Building Systems
    • Develop, implement, and maintain fire safety protocols and procedures, ensuring compliance with local fire safety regulations.
    • Conduct regular fire safety drills and training for staff and residents.
    • Oversee the maintenance and functioning of building systems, including HVAC, electrical, and plumbing, to ensure safety and comfort.
    • Coordinate with the BCA to ensure the nursing home meets all building systems and safety standards.
  • Emergency Response
    • Develop and execute emergency response plans for various scenarios, including fire, natural disasters, and medical emergencies.
    • Lead emergency response teams during crises and ensure the safety of residents and staff.
    • Keep abreast of best practices in emergency management and adapt plans accordingly.
  • Documentation and Reporting
    • Maintain accurate records of operations, technical support activities, fire safety measures, and building systems maintenance.
    • Generate reports and present them to management, highlighting areas for improvement and compliance status.

 

Job Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in a related field (e.g., healthcare administration, engineering, or facilities management) is preferred.
  • Professional certificates in fire safety and building systems from the Building and Construction Authority (BCA).
  • Proven experience in healthcare facility management, operations, and technical support.
  • Strong understanding of healthcare regulations, safety standards, and emergency response protocols.
  • Excellent leadership and communication skills to work with a diverse team and external stakeholders.
  • Proficiency in using relevant software and tools for operations management and technical support.

 

If you are interested to apply for the above-mentioned position, please submit your resume to recruit@slec.org.sg.

Senior Manager/Assistant Director, Integrated Operations Centre

St Luke’s ElderCare (SLEC) is a Christian healthcare provider committed to meeting the evolving needs of the community, excelling in social care and clinical excellence for ageing well. Our ecosystem of care comprises centre, community, residential and home-based services.

SLEC’s range of centre-based services includes dementia day care, maintenance day care, and community rehabilitation including pulmonary, musculoskeletal, physiotherapy, speech, and occupational therapy. Community-based services offer active ageing and wellness programmes, diabetic screenings, dietetic services, and nursing care. Home-based services provide dietetic, medical, nursing, and therapy services. Residential-based services provide long-term care for those that require daily living and nursing care.

In FY2022/2023, SLEC had the privilege to serve over 9,200 elders through our services. We operate 26 Senior Care and Rehabilitation Centres islandwide, one Active Ageing Centre (Care) in Chong Pang and one Residence (nursing home) in Ang Mo Kio, serving mainly older persons regardless of race, language and religion. Incorporated in 1999, SLEC is a registered charity and an Institution of Public Character.

As the Senior Manager/Assistant Director, Integrated Operations Centre, you will lead the planning, implementation and continuous improvement of the Integrated Operations Centre (IOC) for Health and Social Care Division and scale up the various functions for the entire organisation in SLEC.

Responsibilities:

  1. Support the Mission and Vision of SLEC
    1. Be committed to SLEC’s mission and vision and support SLEC’s growth goals and strives to fulfil our strategic mandate.
  1. Superior Situation Awareness and Resource Management
    1. Enable the IOC to possess superior situational awareness of all capacities and utilization/efficiency rates of all facility and manpower resources across all service lines and services for SLEC on a daily basis.
    2. Create business intelligence/analytics with the preparation of Dashboards and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), which includes Wait Times for Admission, utilisation rates of facilities, efficiencies of staff and etc.
    3. Drive performance management with the measurement of performance gaps and recommend improvement opportunities.
    4. Collaborate with various HODs of Services/Divisions to improve efficiencies and utilisation rates of all manpower resources and facilities.
    5. Liaise with HODs of Services and Centres in possible cross-deployment of manpower resources when minimum headcount/manning situations are breached.
  1. Contact Centre Operations
    1. Coach and manage Contact Centre Agents to ensure they deliver class-leading service quality which results in high client satisfaction scores and Net Promoter Scores (NPS).
  1. Incident Reporting and Management
    1. Classify, report and manage incidents using Incident Reporting matrix and protocols.
    2. Alert all relevant stakeholders and senior management promptly on major incidents.
    3. Facilitate After Action Reviews (AARs) after each incident with relevant stakeholders and share learnings with senior management and colleagues.
  1. Care Integration
    1. Harnessing technologies, collaborate with HODs to generate a 360 view of each client.
    2. Collaborate with relevant HODs and facilitate the formulation of integrated and standardised care plans across various Services and facilities.
    3. Facilitate the planning, development and standardisation of care plans which are outcome and evidenced based.
  1. Operations Excellence
    1. Assist in the formulation in the Operations Excellence Framework.
    2. Map and standardise key processes across Services and facilities (including, Admission, Assessment, Financial Counselling, Care Delivery, Billing, and etc).
    3. Identify improvement opportunities and work with HODs and Kaizen/Lean Champions to reduce waste, add value and improve efficiencies.
    4. Collaborate with HODs to ensure compliance with Standard Work and embark on PDCA/PDSA cycles as part of the continuous improvement effort.
  1. Service Excellence
    1. Assist in the formulation of the Service Excellence Framework.
    2. Champion the Voice of our Customers (VOC), with a holistic plan to engage, understand and improve the Satisfaction and Net Promoter Scores (NPS) of all Centres and Services.
    3. Assist in the implementation of building blocks of the Service Excellence Framework. These include including the following:
      1. Service Charter/Vision
      2. Service Transaction Maps (STMs)
      3. Service Measures and Metrics
      4. Service Benchmarking
      5. Training and Development
      6. Rewards and Recognition, including Role Modelling
      7. Service Culture

Requirements:

  1. Education and Credentials
    1. Minimum bachelor’s degree in healthcare administration, business administration or relevant field.
    2. Minimum 5 years experience in resource management and supervision in frontline operations.
    3. Experience in healthcare/social services sector will be advantageous.
  1. Job Requirements
    1. Deep knowledge of healthcare service and business models, organization and operations, exposure to community health and innovation.
    2. Demonstrates strategic thinking abilities.
    3. Excellent problem-solving skills with strong conceptual, highly structured, and analytical capabilities to deal with ambiguities.
    4. Committed, self-motivated and action-oriented personality with strong ownership to drive business performance and the success of strategy development and implementation.
    5. Ability to work independently across different business units and staff levels.
    6. Experience working with internal and external stakeholders.
  1. Technical Skills
    1. Kaizen/Lean trained with practical experience in mapping and standardizing processes.
    2. Prepare Work Instructions/SOPs and Workflows for enterprise-wide implementation.
    3. Experienced in managing external clients’ feedback, incident management and generating Dashboards/Reports for Leadership Team’s review.
    4. Experienced in the planning and implementation of new systems/technologies enterprise-wide.
    5. Strong team player with good collaboration skills with multiple internal and external stakeholders.
    6. Self-driven and pro-active with high capacity in managing multiple projects/assignments simultaneously.
    7. Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office applications.

If you are interested to apply for the above-mentioned position, please submit your resume to recruit@slec.org.sg.

Executive / Senior Executive, Partnerships

St Luke’s ElderCare (SLEC) is a Christian healthcare provider committed to meeting the evolving needs of the community, excelling in social care and clinical excellence for ageing well. Our ecosystem of care comprises centre, community, residential and home-based services.

SLEC’s range of centre-based services includes dementia day care, maintenance day care, and community rehabilitation including pulmonary, musculoskeletal, physiotherapy, speech, and occupational therapy. Community-based services offer active ageing and wellness programmes, diabetic screenings, dietetic services, and nursing care. Home-based services provide dietetic, medical, nursing, and therapy services. Residential-based services provide long-term care for those that require daily living and nursing care.

In FY2022/2023, SLEC had the privilege to serve over 9,200 elders through our services. We operate 26 Senior Care and Rehabilitation Centres islandwide, one Active Ageing Centre (Care) in Chong Pang and one Residence (nursing home) in Ang Mo Kio, serving mainly older persons regardless of race, language and religion. Incorporated in 1999, SLEC is a registered charity and an Institution of Public Character.

We are looking for an Executive / Senior Executive, Partnerships to join the team.

As an Executive/Senior Executive in the Partnerships division at SLEC, you will play a crucial role within the team dedicated to fostering community engagement and volunteerism. Your main duty will involve recruiting, orienting, deploying, and retaining volunteers within various stakeholder groups associated with SLEC. These groups encompass individuals, interest groups, corporations, institutes of higher learning, community partners, government agencies, and churches.

Responsibilities:

  • Efficiently draw volunteers from diverse backgrounds for our island-wide services within stakeholder groups.
  • Develop and implement effective strategies to actively engage and retain volunteers across various stakeholder groups associated with SLEC.
  • Create and maintain informational kits, job descriptions, task lists, and other relevant materials for the volunteer program, ensuring they are regularly updated.
  • Connect volunteers with staff and programs needing support.
  • Respond to requests from groups and individuals looking for volunteer opportunities or projects.
  • Train volunteers and/or ensure that training is provided for volunteers as needed.
  • Create and update volunteer records, training curriculum, checklists, and manuals as needed, ensuring proper maintenance.
  • Create and update volunteer orientation programs for new volunteers as necessary and ensure their implementation.
  • Establish and execute a comprehensive volunteer appreciation program, overseeing the planning and implementation of the annual volunteer appreciation event.
  • Develop and carry out plan for ongoing volunteer relations and programme evaluation to ensure volunteer feedback and satisfaction.
  • Manage records for all volunteers, ensuring that each volunteer has completed all required paperwork.
  • Collaborate closely with various departments to enhance volunteer support for SLEC’s signature programs.
  • Execute additional tasks delegated by the Director of Partnerships and handle any other projects assigned by the supervisor.

 

Requirements:

  • Degree or related training in social services or similar discipline.
  • Minimum 4 years of volunteer management or non-profit experience.
  • Skilled in developing and making presentations needed to perform training and information sessions.
  • Knowledge in using some basic designing software e.g. Canva, Vista Create, Photoshop would be advantageous.
  • Writing skills related to writing the documents needed to manage the programme such as volunteer job descriptions, volunteer information kits etc.
  • Team player with strong communication, interpersonal and organisational skills.
  • Capable of working independently and under time constraints.
  • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office applications.

 

If you are interested to apply for the above-mentioned position, please submit your resume to recruit@slec.org.sg.

Sourcing and Procurement Professional

St Luke’s ElderCare (SLEC) is a Christian healthcare provider committed to meeting the evolving needs of the community, excelling in social care and clinical excellence for ageing well. Our ecosystem of care comprises centre, community, residential and home-based services.

SLEC’s range of centre-based services includes dementia day care, maintenance day care, and community rehabilitation including pulmonary, musculoskeletal, physiotherapy, speech, and occupational therapy. Community-based services offer active ageing and wellness programmes, diabetic screenings, dietetic services, and nursing care. Home-based services provide dietetic, medical, nursing, and therapy services. Residential-based services provide long-term care for those that require daily living and nursing care.

In FY2022/2023, SLEC had the privilege to serve over 9,200 elders through our services. We operate 26 Senior Care and Rehabilitation Centres islandwide, one Active Ageing Centre (Care) in Chong Pang and one Residence (nursing home) in Ang Mo Kio, serving mainly older persons regardless of race, language and religion. Incorporated in 1999, SLEC is a registered charity and an Institution of Public Character.

As a Sourcing and Procurement Professional, you will demonstrate subject matter expertise and serve as the category expert for products and services for stakeholders. You will be responsible for developing an overall strategy that includes contract negotiations, product management and monitoring market conditions. This includes managing the strategy and development of agreements to elevate supply cost performance and achieve operational efficiency.

Responsibilities:

  • Manage agreements, provide coverage for all classes of trade, and participate in the competitive bid process.
  • Oversee the budget process for the team.
  • Identify opportunities to support the development of thought leadership deliverables (publications, presentations, webinars, etc.) and advise on strategy.
  • Develop, negotiate, and manage within the developed framework and deliver unique value to support stakeholders within the organisation.
  • Deliver future-focused, compelling presentations for executive leadership teams and internal groups in multiple strategic areas.
  • Manage the implementation of projects including sourcing integration efforts.
  • Any other projects which are assigned by the manager.

 

Job Requirements:

  • University degree in a relevant discipline.
  • 5 or more years of experience required.
  • Value Analysis or experience specifically with healthcare and service industries preferred.
  • Experience in health care or health care operations will be advantageous.
  • Proven ability in project management will be advantageous.
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills, superior attention to detail and presentation skills are preferred.
  • Team player with strong communication, interpersonal and organisational skills.
  • Capable of working independently and under time constraints.
  • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office applications.

 

If you are interested to apply for the above-mentioned position, please submit your resume to recruit@slec.org.sg.

Staff Nurse

St Luke’s ElderCare (SLEC) is a Christian healthcare provider committed to meeting the evolving needs of our elders. SLEC’s ecosystem of care is centre, community, residential and home-based services. 

Through our vision of Transforming Community Care, we deliver a full range of integrated services and programmes including maintenance day care, day rehabilitation such as physiotherapy and occupational therapy, dementia care, nursing care, respite care, wellness programmes and transportation. 

SLEC operates Senior Care and Rehabilitation Centres islandwide, one Active Ageing Hub in Bishan and one Residential Home in Ang Mo Kio, serving elders regardless of race, language or religion. Incorporated in 1999, SLEC is a registered charity and an Institution of Public Character. 

 

We are looking for a Staff Nurse to join the team.

 

As a Staff Nurse, you will be required to provide nursing leadership and effective delivery of optimal nursing care to all elders in the centre or residence you are assigned to. You will be expected to provide orientation & guidance for junior nursing personnel through continuing education & supervision to achieve quality nursing care.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Comply with ENHS requirements in care and documentation.
  • Lead in response, perform first aid and arrange for ambulance when emergency arises.
  • Serve as a consultant and provide clinical expertise to junior nurses on professional and nursing issues.
  • Assess & monitor health and nutritional status of residents during daily rounds.
  • Carry out physical examination and other minor procedures according to competency levels.
  • Ensure specimens are collected appropriately and despatched on time.
  • Formulate nursing care plans according to residents’ wishes and their best interest.
  • Ensure nursing care plans are reviewed every six months or when there are changes in the residents’ condition.
  • To initiate interventions and evaluate the management of the residents promptly in order to minimise unnecessary hospital admissions.
  • Administer prescribed medications to our residents by adhering to the 10 Rights.
  • Observe for adverse side effects and effectiveness of the medicines.
  • Evaluate effectiveness of interventions and report to Care Manager if applicable.
  • Record informative, accurate and concise statements on the nursing care rendered to residents’ compliance to required standards.
  • Guide team in carrying out escalation protocols and documenting of Incident Report in adverse reactions and medication errors.
  • Assume responsibilities for the day to day operations of the households in the absence of Care Manager.
  • Any other projects that are assigned by the manager.

 

Job requirements:

  • Diploma, Advanced Diploma, Higher Diploma or Graduate Diploma in Nursing or a similar discipline.
  • At least 3 years of working experience in the related field is required.
  • Valid Singapore Nursing Board License (Staff Nurse).
  • Patience and Compassion in serving elderly residents.
  • Team player with strong communications, interpersonal and organisational abilities.
  • Capable of working independently and under time constraints.
  • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office applications.
  • Able to work for rotating shifts and weekends.

 

If you are interested to apply for the above-mentioned position, please submit your resume to recruit@slec.org.sg.

Transport Captain

St Luke’s ElderCare (SLEC) is a Christian healthcare provider committed to meeting the evolving needs of the community, excelling in social care and clinical excellence for ageing well. Our ecosystem of care comprises centre, community, residential and home-based services.

SLEC’s range of centre-based services includes dementia day care, maintenance day care, and community rehabilitation including pulmonary, musculoskeletal, physiotherapy, speech, and occupational therapy. Community-based services offer active ageing and wellness programmes, diabetic screenings, dietetic services, and nursing care. Home-based services provide dietetic, medical, nursing, and therapy services. Residential-based services provide long-term care for those that require daily living and nursing care.

In FY2022/2023, SLEC had the privilege to serve over 9,200 elders through our services. We operate 26 Senior Care and Rehabilitation Centres islandwide, one Active Ageing Centre (Care) in Chong Pang and one Residence (nursing home) in Ang Mo Kio, serving mainly older persons regardless of race, language and religion. Incorporated in 1999, SLEC is a registered charity and an Institution of Public Character.

As a Transport Captain, you will be responsible for transporting the clients from their homes to the centres and back to their homes from the centres. You will ensure the safety of the clients will be always of the highest standard during the journey and report any abnormalities which arise.

Job Description:

  • Drive clients from their home to the centre, and from centre to home safely and punctually.
  • Conduct daily visual checks on clients’ health conditions and well-being, along with contacting their family members if needed.
  • Receive clients upon their arrival at the centre and during their departure, help send them off to the waiting vehicle.
  • Ensure clients’ safety when they are boarding & alighting from the vehicle.
  • Maintain an up to date name list of clients on transport.
  • Assist in scheduling clients’ transport timetable efficiently.
  • Keep vehicle log book up to date.
  • Conduct daily checks on vehicle.
  • Manage vehicle maintenance and repair schedules.
  • Assist Care staff and Therapy Assistant in routine duties in caring for clients.
  • Conduct programs, screening and assessment for the elderly, and assist in basic ADLs.
  • Help maintain cleanliness of centres.
  • Undertake any multi-skilled job as assigned by the Centre Manager.

 

Requirements:

  • Candidates must hold Class 3 and Class 4 Licenses.
  • Experience in simple electrical or mechanical repair is a plus.
  • Prior experience in driving or caregiving duties in Hospitals, Nursing Homes or individual parents would be advantageous.
  • Willing and patient in serving elderly clients.
  • Team player with strong communications, interpersonal and organisational abilities.
  • Capable of working independently and under time constraints.
  • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office applications.
  • Candidates who are keen on a career switch would be considered.
  • Singaporeans and local PRs preferred.

 

If you are interested to apply for the above-mentioned position, please submit your resume to recruit@slec.org.sg.