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We are always looking for dedicated individuals to join our team. We are currently looking for talented individuals to fill the following positions.

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Care Staff

St Luke’s Eldercare (SLEC) is a leading Christian healthcare provider with a vision of transforming community care for elders. We are an established eldercare organisation, with a mission to be a healthcare provider enriching lives in the communities. We are committed to providing exceptional care for our elders in our families. 

Within our network of eldercare centres island-wide, the goal is to provide appropriate and affordable eldercare service to families who are in need of day care for their senior members and relatives.  

We provide a suite of integrated services and programmes which include social day, dementia, nursing and respite care, along with Rehabilitation programmes such as physiotherapy and occupational therapy, wellness programmes and transportation. Through these services we hope to provide the finest service to the elderly in our care.

 

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.

 

Job requirements:

  • Minimum Secondary School certification.
  • Willing and patient 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 leading Christian healthcare provider with a vision of transforming community care for elders. We are an established eldercare organisation, with a mission to be a healthcare provider enriching lives in the communities. We are committed to providing exceptional care for our elders in our families. 

Within our network of eldercare centres island-wide, the goal is to provide appropriate and affordable eldercare service to families who are in need of day care for their senior members and relatives.  

We provide a suite of integrated services and programmes which include social day, dementia, nursing and respite care, along with Rehabilitation programmes such as physiotherapy and occupational therapy, wellness programmes and transportation. Through these services we hope to provide the finest service to the elderly in our care. 

 

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. 

 

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.

Chaplain

St Luke’s Eldercare (SLEC) is a leading Christian healthcare provider with a vision of transforming community care for elders. We are an established eldercare organisation, with a mission to be a healthcare provider enriching lives in the communities. We are committed to providing exceptional care for our elders in our families. 

Within our network of eldercare centres island-wide, the goal is to provide appropriate and affordable eldercare service to families who are in need of day care for their senior members and relatives.  

We provide a suite of integrated services and programmes which include social day, dementia, nursing and respite care, along with Rehabilitation programmes such as physiotherapy and occupational therapy, wellness programmes and transportation. Through these services we hope to provide the finest service to the elderly in our care. 

 

We are looking for a Chaplain to join the team.

 

As a Chaplain in SLEC, you will be called upon to uphold, advocate and implement Pastoral Care. In addition, you will be expected to collaborate and work closely with the centre manager and church partners to align and execute programmes for the elderly.

 

Responsibilities:

  • To oversee and provide Pastoral Care over assigned centers (may include nursing home) for elders and their families, referred elders in communities and staff.
  • To coordinate with center managers and church partners to align and execute programs.
  • To cultivate and maintain relationships with church partners.
  • Work synergistically with every department to embed pastoral care into organisational ethos.

 

Job requirements: 

  • Basic theological degree.
  • Experience in pastoral work with elders preferred.
  • Minimum 3 years pastoral experience.
  • Counselling and Gerontology degree will be an advantage.
  • A strong reference is required.
  • Good communication skills.
  • Strong interpersonal skills.
  • Competent in English.
  • Spoken Mandarin and local dialects will be an advantage.
  • Track record of leadership and problem solving.
  • Have a sense of digital literacy along with working knowledge of media (music, videography).

 

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

Community Care Associate (Active Ageing Hub)

St Luke’s Eldercare (SLEC) is a leading Christian healthcare provider with a vision of transforming community care for elders. We are an established eldercare organisation, with a mission to be a healthcare provider enriching lives in the communities. We are committed to providing exceptional care for our elders in our families. 

Within our network of eldercare centres island-wide, the goal is to provide appropriate and affordable eldercare service to families who are in need of day care for their senior members and relatives.  

We provide a suite of integrated services and programmes which include social day, dementia, nursing and respite care, along with Rehabilitation programmes such as physiotherapy and occupational therapy, wellness programmes and transportation. Through these services we hope to provide the finest service to the elderly in our care.

 

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 leading Christian healthcare provider with a vision of transforming community care for elders. We are an established eldercare organisation, with a mission to be a healthcare provider enriching lives in the communities. We are committed to providing exceptional care for our elders in our families. 

Within our network of eldercare centres island-wide, the goal is to provide appropriate and affordable eldercare service to families who are in need of day care for their senior members and relatives.  

We provide a suite of integrated services and programmes which include social day, dementia, nursing and respite care, along with Rehabilitation programmes such as physiotherapy and occupational therapy, wellness programmes and transportation. Through these services we hope to provide the finest service to the elderly in our care. 

 

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. 

 

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 Doctor

St Luke’s Eldercare (SLEC) is a leading Christian healthcare provider with a vision of transforming community care for elders. We are an established eldercare organisation, with a mission to be a healthcare provider enriching lives in the communities. We are committed to providing exceptional care for our elders in our families. 

Within our network of eldercare centres island-wide, the goal is to provide appropriate and affordable eldercare service to families who are in need of day care for their senior members and relatives.  

We provide a suite of integrated services and programmes which include social day, dementia, nursing and respite care, along with Rehabilitation programmes such as physiotherapy and occupational therapy, wellness programmes and transportation. Through these services we hope to provide the finest service to the elderly in our care.

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.

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.

Curriculum Specialist

St Luke’s Eldercare (SLEC) is a leading Christian healthcare provider with a vision of transforming community care for elders. We are an established eldercare organisation, with a mission to be a healthcare provider enriching lives in the communities. We are committed to providing exceptional care for our elders in our families. 

Within our network of eldercare centres island-wide, the goal is to provide appropriate and affordable eldercare service to families who are in need of day care for their senior members and relatives.  

We provide a suite of integrated services and programmes which include social day, dementia, nursing and respite care, along with Rehabilitation programmes such as physiotherapy and occupational therapy, wellness programmes and transportation. Through these services we hope to provide the finest service to the elderly in our care.

 

We are looking for a Curriculum Specialist to join the team.

 

As a curriculum specialist, you will create and improve SLEC’s current curriculum visions and philosophies in alignment with SLEC’s vision for Training and Development. You will also be expected to collaborate with subject matter experts to maintain a variety of learning experiences. 

 

Responsibilities:

  • Develop curriculum visions and philosophies relevant to the community care sector in alignment with SLEC’s vision for Training and Development.
  • Oversee instructional and pedagogical outcomes and standards, including implementing quality framework and strategies to monitor the results.
  • Monitor and ensure that the outcomes are met with assessment strategies, exercises, content, subject matter analysis, and interactive activities.
  • Establish strong teaching and learning processes to design learning experiences and create an environment conducive to developing learners’ confidence, holistic growth, and mastery of learning.
  • Work closely with subject matter experts to design, develop, and revise classroom, virtual, and e-learning content using instructional design and rapid development strategies.
  • Create curricular documents which include the principles in designing and developing curriculum, such as course blueprints, learning objectives, lesson plans, facilitator guides, assessment methodologies, etc.

 

Job requirements:

  • Degree or master’s degree in education, instructional design or equivalent.
  • Minimum 3-5 years of experience in instructional design for adult learning or in training and development, or equivalent.
  • Deep domain knowledge in curriculum design & learning pedagogy.
  • Fluency with instructional systems design models and methodologies and authoring tools.
  • WSQ Advanced Certificate in Training & Performance (ACLP) or WSQ Advanced Certificate in Training & Assessment (ACTA).
  • Certification in WSQ Diploma in Design and Development of Learning for Performance (DDDLP) or WSQ Diploma in Adult and Continuing Education (DACE) will be an advantage.
  • Prior work experience in the healthcare education sector will be an advantage.
  • Team player with strong interpersonal, communications 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

Driver

St Luke’s Eldercare (SLEC) is a leading Christian healthcare provider with a vision of transforming community care for elders. We are an established eldercare organisation, with a mission to be a healthcare provider enriching lives in the communities. We are committed to providing exceptional care for our elders in our families. 

Within our network of eldercare centres island-wide, the goal is to provide appropriate and affordable eldercare service to families who are in need of day care for their senior members and relatives.  

We provide a suite of integrated services and programmes which include social day, dementia, nursing and respite care, along with Rehabilitation programmes such as physiotherapy and occupational therapy, wellness programmes and transportation. Through these services we hope to provide the finest service to the elderly in our care.

 

We are looking for a Driver to join the team.

 

You will be in charge of transporting elders and goods safely & promptly according to schedule. You will be expected to ensure clients safety to the and the quality of goods when travelling between venues. 

 

Responsibilities:

  • 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.

 

Job requirements:

  • Candidates must hold a Class 3 License.
  • 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

Individual Giving Manager

St Luke’s Eldercare (SLEC) is a leading Christian healthcare provider with a vision of transforming community care for elders. We are an established eldercare organisation, with a mission to be a healthcare provider enriching lives in the communities. We are committed to providing exceptional care for our elders in our families. 

Within our network of eldercare centres island-wide, the goal is to provide appropriate and affordable eldercare service to families who are in need of day care for their senior members and relatives.  

With a suite of integrated services and programmes which include social day, dementia, nursing and respite care. Rehabilitation such as physiotherapy and occupational therapy, wellness programmes and transportation. We hope to provide the finest service to the elderly in our care. 

We are looking for an Individual Giving Manager to join the team. 

As an Individual Giving Manager, you will drive engagement and maximise the number of gifts from key donation streams, including appeals and regular giving. You are also expected to develop, implement and improve our Individual Giving strategy, which will focus on both acquisition and retention of donors making financial gifts or through being a volunteer fundraiser. 

Responsibilities: 

  • Work with the department’s leadership to co-create strategies for growing and renewing donation sources across the individual giving streams. 
  • Implement and manage the suite of fundraising programmes involving individual giving, along with achieving the annual targets agreed upon.  
  • Increase levels of donor engagement and stewardship.  
  • Develop and implement a regular giving and stewardship programme, involving direct mail and digital media.  
  • Collaborate with internal stakeholders, external consultants and agencies who support communications, digital and marketing activities to produce strong and compelling fundraising materials for a wide range of media. 
  • Prepare income and expenditure reports for each activity area and interpret data to measure effectiveness and return on investment. 
  • Manage administrative matters pertaining to the team’s work, prepare the teams’ annual budget, quarterly forecasts for individual giving income and monthly reports on performance against targets. 
  • Provide your expertise and guidance on all matters relating to tax benefits, managing the administrative processes related to the tax deductions on donations. 
  • Ensure good data protection practices and risk management policies are adhered to and implemented. 
  • Any other projects assigned by the Director and Assistant Director. 


Job Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree from a recognised university. 
  • Minimum of 4 years in fundraising experience, including evidence of good results in the areas of donor acquisition, engagement, and retention. 
  • Comprehensive knowledge of fundraising, philanthropy, and Singapore’s charity sector. 
  • Comprehensive knowledge of channel marketing, effective fundraising products and recruitment channels.  
  • Competence in a suite of fundraising functions and tools such as direct mail appeals, digital fundraising, third-party partnerships and events. 
  • Proven ability in content creation and adept at crafting messages for each audience segment. 
  • Experienced in using CRM databases, presentation tools, CMS for websites. 
  • Excellent organisational skills and the ability to prioritise tasks independently. 
  • Can be trusted to handle important and confidential information. 
  • Agile and adaptable, willing to be entrusted with added duties for the organisation. 
  • Team leader with strong interpersonal, communications 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
Master Trainer ( Dementia)

St Luke’s Eldercare (SLEC) is a leading Christian healthcare provider with a vision of transforming community care for elders. We are an established eldercare organisation, with a mission to be a healthcare provider enriching lives in the communities. We are committed to providing exceptional care for our elders in our families. 

Within our network of eldercare centres island-wide, the goal is to provide appropriate and affordable eldercare service to families who are in need of day care for their senior members and relatives.  

We provide a suite of integrated services and programmes which include social day, dementia, nursing and respite care, along with Rehabilitation programmes such as physiotherapy and occupational therapy, wellness programmes and transportation. Through these services we hope to provide the finest service to the elderly in our care. 

 

We are looking for a Master Trainer – Dementia to join the team.

 

As a Master Trainer-Dementia, you will design and improve dementia care related training resources. You will also be expected to train internal SLEC staff and external members on dementia care, and provide dementia care consultancy services whenever necessary. 

 

Responsibilities:

  • Develop and design dementia care related training resources.
  • Explore innovative training methodologies in dementia care training.
  • Deliver dementia care training to SLEC staff.
  • Deliver dementia care training externally through SLEC Learning Institute.
  • Mentor and groom SLEC staff in dementia care.
  • Participate as a member of the Research and Innovation Unit for innovation in dementia care.
  • Provide dementia care consultancy services externally where requested and appropriate.
  • Represent SLEC in dementia-related conferences, AIC etc

 

Job Requirements:

  • (A) Degree in Nursing recognised by Singapore Nursing Board (SNB), or
    (B) Degree in Occupational Therapy or Physiotherapy recognised by the Allied Health Professions Council (AHPC) Singapore, or
    (C) Degree in Social Work, a practitioner with recognised Social Work qualifications acceptable to the Social Work Accreditation and Advisory Board (SWAAB).
  • Minimum 15 years of experience in healthcare setting.
  • Possesses clinical knowledge and skills in dementia care and formal teaching skills.
  • Advanced Certificate in Learning and Performance (ACLP), previously known as Advanced Certificate in Training and Assessment (ACTA), experience working in a Training & Development environment will be advantageous.
  • Registered with the Singapore Nursing Board or Registered with Allied Health Professions Council Singapore or Registered Social Worker with the Social Work Accreditation and Advisory Board.
  • Team leader 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 leading Christian healthcare provider with a vision of transforming community care for elders. We are an established eldercare organisation, with a mission to be a healthcare provider enriching lives in the communities. We are committed to providing exceptional care for our elders in our families. 

Within our network of eldercare centres island-wide, the goal is to provide appropriate and affordable eldercare service to families who are in need of day care for their senior members and relatives.  

We provide a suite of integrated services and programmes which include social day, dementia, nursing and respite care, along with Rehabilitation programmes such as physiotherapy and occupational therapy, wellness programmes and transportation. Through these services we hope to provide the finest service to the elderly in our care.

 

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.

 

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 Officer applications.

 

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 leading Christian healthcare provider with a vision of transforming community care for elders. We are an established eldercare organisation, with a mission to be a healthcare provider enriching lives in the communities. We are committed to providing exceptional care for our elders in our families. 

Within our network of eldercare centres island-wide, the goal is to provide appropriate and affordable eldercare service to families who are in need of day care for their senior members and relatives.  

We provide a suite of integrated services and programmes which include social day, dementia, nursing and respite care, along with Rehabilitation programmes such as physiotherapy and occupational therapy, wellness programmes and transportation. Through these services we hope to provide the finest service to the elderly in our care.

 

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.

Programme Executive

St Luke’s Eldercare (SLEC) is a leading Christian healthcare provider with a vision of transforming community care for elders. We are an established eldercare organisation, with a mission to be a healthcare provider enriching lives in the communities. We are committed to providing exceptional care for our elders in our families. 

Within our network of eldercare centres island-wide, the goal is to provide appropriate and affordable eldercare service to families who are in need of day care for their senior members and relatives.  

We provide a suite of integrated services and programmes which include social day, dementia, nursing and respite care, along with Rehabilitation programmes such as physiotherapy and occupational therapy, wellness programmes and transportation. Through these services we hope to provide the finest service to the elderly in our care.

 

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

 

As a Programme Executive, you will be working closely with key stakeholders to plan, implement and conduct programmes to suit the needs of clients, identifying areas of improvement in these programmes, and implementing quality control and compliance measures to ensure that the programmes and activities implemented are relevant, effective and bring about quality service and standards. 

 

Responsibilities:

  • Assist in the development of new programmes and the improvement of existing ones. 
  • Assist in the implementation of programmes, including the necessary planning, organisation and conducting of training. 
  • Conduct outreach activities to target client group, other organisations and the community. 
  • Lead in coordinating, supporting, executing and providing oversight to centre’s planned events and programmes. 
  • Provide administrative work for funding programme applications when needed.  
  • Evaluate programmes to determine their effectiveness, including collecting outcome data (quantitive and qualitive) and conducting analysis of the data. 
  • Carry out quality control and compliance procedures to ensure quality of programmes. 
  • Assist in conducting research, including IRB submissions, literature review, statistical analysis, and report writing. 
  • Any other projects that are assigned by the manager. 

 

Job Requirements:

  • Diploma or Degree (the latter is preferable) in relevant disciplines. 
  • Experience in the eldercare sector or in programme development and implementation would be advantageous. 
  • Ability to engage stakeholders and partners to bring in programmes to meet the needs of the elderly. 
  • Team player with strong communications and interpersonal and organisational abilities. 
  • Capable of working independently and under time constraints. 
  • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office applications, especially presentations. 
  • Must be willing 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.

Project Manager, Digital Transformation

St Luke’s Eldercare (SLEC) is a leading Christian healthcare provider with a vision of transforming community care for elders. We are an established eldercare organisation, with a mission to be a healthcare provider enriching lives in the communities. We are committed to providing exceptional care for our elders in our families. 

Within our network of eldercare centres island-wide, the goal is to provide appropriate and affordable eldercare service to families who are in need of day care for their senior members and relatives.  

We provide a suite of integrated services and programmes which include social day, dementia, nursing and respite care, along with Rehabilitation programmes such as physiotherapy and occupational therapy, wellness programmes and transportation. Through these services we hope to provide the finest service to the elderly in our care. 

 

We are looking for a Project Manager, Digital Transformation to join the team.

 

As a Project Manager for Digital Transformation, you will be responsible for managing SLEC’s IT systems, such as providing application support in troubleshooting problems, overseeing the commissioning of new IT systems and technology, and providing IT project management and domain knowledge to users when required. You will also be tasked with managing system access and roles along with creating products which provide meaningful and relevant experiences for users.  

 

Responsibilities:

  • Provide application support in resolving and troubleshooting problems together with internal, external 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, 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 solution implemented is secure, reliable and has the necessary vendor support and warranty in-place.
  • Make use of User Experience Design (UXD) skills to create products that provide meaningful and relevant experiences to users. 
  • Identify operational challenges and pain points of internal stakeholders and clients using user research methods.
  • Synthesise research data, work collaboratively with internal stakeholders to extrapolate and identify human insights.
  • Conduct competitive analysis of digital solutions.
  • Support usability testing of digital solutions.
  • Facilitate ideation process and manage roll-out of digital solutions.

 

Job requirements:

  • Possess a Diploma or Degree in Computer Science, Information Technology.
  • Working knowledge of both waterfall and agile development methodology.
  • Experience with application development will be an added advantage.
  • Strong analytical skills and ability to work independently.
  • Good time-management skills and the ability to work under pressure.
  • Comfortable learning new technologies as needed for new solutions.
  • Proactive, resourceful, and willing to learn and take on responsibilities.
  • Team leader 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.

Research Fellow

St Luke’s Eldercare (SLEC) is a leading Christian healthcare provider with a vision of transforming community care for elders. We are an established eldercare organisation, with a mission to be a healthcare provider enriching lives in the communities. We are committed to providing exceptional care for our elders in our families. 

Within our network of eldercare centres island-wide, the goal is to provide appropriate and affordable eldercare service to families who are in need of day care for their senior members and relatives.  

We provide a suite of integrated services and programmes which include social day, dementia, nursing and respite care, along with Rehabilitation programmes such as physiotherapy and occupational therapy, wellness programmes and transportation. Through these services we hope to provide the finest service to the elderly in our care. 

 

We are looking for a Research Fellow to join the team.

 

SLEC is looking for a talent who is passionate in serving the elders and wants to improve the quality of their life. If you are keen on serving the community, especially the elders, join us in our journey through research to provide better care for them.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Plan and setup the research arm for SLEC and the Institute Review Board with NHG or SingHealth. 
  • Develop research policies and guidelines.
  • Develop evidence-based research and experiment capabilities that will contribute to building strategic narratives that will enhance the quality of life for the elderly population.
  • Set up research clinics and apply research grants for all research.
  • Conduct qualitative and quantitative research on related fields that will provide deep insights to the needs of the elderly and community care sector; research should consider perspectives of elderly, doctors, nurses, care staff where appropriate, and be geographically as well as socially inclusive.
  • Conduct scientifically rigorous research at national and international levels par excellence, involving large representative samples and necessitating multi-centres research. Research output is expected to be theoretically grounded and methodologically strong.
  • Effectively communicate findings to internal and external stakeholders.
  • Ensure all staff involved in research are trained in CITI certification.
  • Ensure that Research Publications and Portal are updated and maintained. 

 

Job requirements:

  • Candidate must possess at least a Doctorate (PhD) in Social Science or Sociology, Medical Science, Nursing or equivalent.
  • At least 5 years of working experience in the related field is required.
  • Excellent communication, writing, problem solving and project management skills.
  • Forward thinking, with a strong interest in exploring new growth areas and knowledge.
  • Demonstrated use of technology and software programs to assist in data management and analytics.
  • Demonstrated application of high ethical standards in research work and publications.
  • Preferably specialised in Healthcare, e.g. Nurse, Medical Support, Assistant or equivalent.
  • Team leader with strong 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.

Senior Care Partner

St Luke’s Eldercare (SLEC) is a leading Christian healthcare provider with a vision of transforming community care for elders. We are an established eldercare organisation, with a mission to be a healthcare provider enriching lives in the communities. We are committed to providing exceptional care for our elders in our families. 

Within our network of eldercare centres island-wide, the goal is to provide appropriate and affordable eldercare service to families who are in need of day care for their senior members and relatives.  

We provide a suite of integrated services and programmes which include social day, dementia, nursing and respite care, along with Rehabilitation programmes such as physiotherapy and occupational therapy, wellness programmes and transportation. Through these services we hope to provide the finest service to the elderly in our care. 

 

We are looking for a Senior Care Partner to join the team.

 

As a Senior Care Partner, you will oversee all elders living under their dedicated household in the nursing home 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:

  • Assist nurses in performing simple nursing tasks (e.g., feeding, toileting, showering) and monitor elders’ health status daily.
  • Ensure elders in your charge are engaged cognitively, physically, recreationally & socially so as to promote relationship building among other elders.
  • Prepare tea break for elders and assist in simple housekeeping tasks.
  • Assist Care Manager in simple admin duties and ensure care partners deliver appropriate care to elders.

 

Job requirements:

  • Minimum ITE Nitec or Higher Nitec in Nursing.
  • Confident with transfer techniques: Lifting and transferring residents from bed to wheelchair, and vice versa.
  • Able to work for rotating shifts and weekends.
  • Willing and patient in serving the elderly clients.
  • Team player with strong interpersonal, communications, and organisational abilities.
  • Capable of working independently and under time constraints.
  • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office applications.
  • Prior experience in caregiving duties in Hospitals, Nursing Homes or individual parents would be advantageous.

 

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 leading Christian healthcare provider with a vision of transforming community care for elders. We are an established eldercare organisation, with a mission to be a healthcare provider enriching lives in the communities. We are committed to providing exceptional care for our elders in our families. 

Within our network of eldercare centres island-wide, the goal is to provide appropriate and affordable eldercare service to families who are in need of day care for their senior members and relatives.  

We provide a suite of integrated services and programmes which include social day, dementia, nursing and respite care, along with Rehabilitation programmes such as physiotherapy and occupational therapy, wellness programmes and transportation. Through these services we hope to provide the finest service to the elderly in our care. 

 

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.

 

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.

Staff Nurse

St Luke’s Eldercare (SLEC) is a leading Christian healthcare provider with a vision of transforming community care for elders. We are an established eldercare organisation, with a mission to be a healthcare provider enriching lives in the communities. We are committed to providing exceptional care for our elders in our families. 

Within our network of eldercare centres island-wide, the goal is to provide appropriate and affordable eldercare service to families who are in need of day care for their senior members and relatives.  

We provide a suite of integrated services and programmes which include social day, dementia, nursing and respite care, along with Rehabilitation programmes such as physiotherapy and occupational therapy, wellness programmes and transportation. Through these services we hope to provide the finest service to the elderly in our care. 

 

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.

 

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.

Staff Nurse (Home-Based)

St Luke’s Eldercare (SLEC) is a leading Christian healthcare provider with a vision of transforming community care for elders. We are an established eldercare organisation, with a mission to be a healthcare provider enriching lives in the communities. We are committed to providing exceptional care for our elders in our families. 

Within our network of eldercare centres island-wide, the goal is to provide appropriate and affordable eldercare service to families who are in need of day care for their senior members and relatives.  

We provide a suite of integrated services and programmes which include social day, dementia, nursing and respite care, along with Rehabilitation programmes such as physiotherapy and occupational therapy, wellness programmes and transportation. Through these services we hope to provide the finest service to the elderly in our care.

 

We are looking for a Staff Nurse (Home-Based) to join the team.

 

As a Staff Nurse (Home-Based), you will be responsible for performing patient visits and monitoring their conditions, conducting tests, and writing reports for the physicians. You should be able to address all the caregivers’ concerns and make appropriate adjustments to the patients’ in-home management plan. 

 

Responsibilities:

  • Conduct screening referrals and assessment of potential clients. 
  • Conduct home environment assessment. 
  • Develop an Individualised Care Plan (ICP) involving the caregivers and family members (if possible) for clients. 
  • Conduct a periodical review of clients’ ICPs and conditions and revise the ICP whenever necessary. 
  • Administering medication and insulin, and completing blood pressure, glucose, urine, and stool tests. 
  • Collaborating with doctors and other healthcare professionals to develop improved diets and healthcare plans for patients. 
  • Conduct health education and training to clients, caregivers as well as to the community. 
  • Testing for muscle weakness, bedsores, and any signs of infections. 
  • Provide basic care management’ service. 
  • Link and match clients to the required services. 
  • Provide advice on the application of government subsides. 
  • Collect payments and issues receipts for service delivered. 
  • Assist Doctors during the home visits when required. 
  • Participate in multi-disciplinary discussions. 
  • Develop discharge plan for clients who do not require the service. 
  • Discuss with caregiver regarding their needs in delivering the care to their loved ones and for self-care. 
  • Assist caregivers in navigating the eldercare and caregiver landscape. 
  • Link and match caregivers to the appropriate services. 
  • Assist with administrative work (e.g. data entry, generating of invoices & receipts, minutes taking, development and review of SOP). 
  • Provide support to new and less experienced staff. 
  • Participates in “Outreach and Road show” to promote the programme in the community. 
  • Develop close working relationships with other stakeholders (internal and external). 
  • Any other projects that are assigned by the supervisor. 

 

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 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.

Therapy Assistant

St Luke’s Eldercare (SLEC) is a leading Christian healthcare provider with a vision of transforming community care for elders. We are an established eldercare organisation, with a mission to be a healthcare provider enriching lives in the communities. We are committed to providing exceptional care for our elders in our families. 

Within our network of eldercare centres island-wide, the goal is to provide appropriate and affordable eldercare service to families who are in need of day care for their senior members and relatives.  

We provide a suite of integrated services and programmes which include social day, dementia, nursing and respite care, along with Rehabilitation programmes such as physiotherapy and occupational therapy, wellness programmes and transportation. Through these services we hope to provide the finest service to the elderly in our care.

 

We are looking for a Therapy Assistant to join the team.

 

As a Therapy Assistant, you are responsible for providing support to Therapists before, during and after therapy sessions. You will also support department administration and operations as well as participate in continuing education to further your knowledge in the areas of occupation therapy and physiotherapy.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Assist Therapist in implementing therapy programs and conducting group therapy.
  • Assist Therapist in monitoring and recording client’s vital signs for therapy.
  • Provide feedback on client’s progress to Therapist.
  • Adhere to SLEC standard of clinical practice.
  • Adhere to workplace safety and health (WSH) procedures.
  • Practice within legal and ethical framework.
  • Practice infection control measures to ensure cleanliness of equipment and hygiene on premise.
  • Assist in providing a safe and supportive environment.
  • Assist in related administrative duties
  • Maintain and update client files, and print client forms when necessary.
  • Input client attendance to CBCIT.
  • Track client non-attendance and do follow-up calls as needed.
  • Coordinate matters pertaining to upkeep of therapy equipment.
  • Monitor equipment daily and report loss of equipment or malfunctions to supervisor and update on repair status.
  • Assist Therapy Associate to update and maintain equipment inventory records.
  • Update relevant clinical skills related to therapy services.
  • Attending in-service training by the department.
  • Participate in community activities as assigned by PT.
  • Provide feedback to improve department processes and operation issues.

 

Job requirements:

  • Diploma in Healthcare Management and promotion or any other similar discipline.
  • Certificate in Therapy Services (HMI or CSM Institutes)
  • WSQ Certification in Therapy Support.
  • Team player with strong communication, interpersonal and organisational abilities.
  • Capable of working independently and under time constraints.
  • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Officer applications.

 

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

Transport Executive

St Luke’s Eldercare (SLEC) is a leading Christian healthcare provider with a vision of transforming community care for elders. We are an established eldercare organisation, with a mission to be a healthcare provider enriching lives in the communities. We are committed to providing exceptional care for our elders in our families. 

Within our network of eldercare centres island-wide, the goal is to provide appropriate and affordable eldercare service to families who are in need of day care for their senior members and relatives.  

We provide a suite of integrated services and programmes which include social day, dementia, nursing and respite care, along with Rehabilitation programmes such as physiotherapy and occupational therapy, wellness programmes and transportation. Through these services we hope to provide the finest service to the elderly in our care.

 

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

 

As a Transport Executive, you will coordinate and manage all transportation-based planning works towards optimising the fleet and resources to increase ridership and achieve a high return on investment on the assets.  You will also be tasked to plan the maintenance program of the fleet, and monitor compliance with all scheduled maintenance programs to achieve a reliable and safe operating fleet of vehicles utilising a fleet maintenance system. You will report to the transport manager and assist in achieving the necessary KPIs for a seamless and efficient transport network. 

 

Responsibilities:

  • Design transport routes and operate the potential transport system. 
  • Conduct route optimisation surveys to reduce the transit time of the fleet and achieve cost efficiency on fuel consumption. 
  • Provide a monthly deployment plan of assets to achieve a high return on investment of each asset. 
  • Prepare monthly reports on operation efficiency of both in-house and outsourced vehicles to ensure maximum loads. 
  • Monitor the availability of staff to optimise daily operations with a balance of in-house and outsourced vehicles. 
  • Work together with the Transport Executive (Operations) to ensure 100% operation efficiency of transport support to all centres.  
  • Assist Transport Manager in planning all maintenance activities for the fleet to achieve zero downtime of vehicles during operational hours. 
  • Prepare monthly fleet maintenance reports to highlight abnormally high expenses assets to the Transport Manager for corrective actions. 
  • Work with Transport Executive (Operations) to analyse quarterly vehicle defects reports to the Transport Manager for corrective actions.   
  • Operate the potential computer asset management system that will automate the workflows and processes related to fleet maintenance. 
  • Assist Transport Manager on improvement project write-ups to secure approval and fundings for these projects. 
  • Any other projects that are assigned by the supervisor. 

 

Job Requirements:

  • Minimum Engineering Diploma or Degree, preferably with logistical or supply chain management relevance and vehicle engineering knowledge. 
  • Experience with fleet management and maintenance. 
  • Minimum with 5 years (Diploma Holders) or 3 years (Degree Holders) of relevant work experience within a transportation or logistical role.  
  • Proficiency in data analytical tools and dashboard solutions will be an added advantage. 
  • Experience in project or transport management within the Intermediate Long Term Care sector will 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. 
  • Able to work independently and as part of a team. 
  • Fluency in Mandarin is required due to work environment. 
  • Class 3 or 4 valid driving license. 

 

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