Why Join Us?

At YWCA of Singapore, we believe that people are our greatest asset. It is the driving force that keeps our organisation going. Whether you are an educator, a service staff, or a support executive, every employee contributes to fulfilling the YWCA mission of outreach and empowering the lives of others. Our employees matter. This is why we offer varied work arrangements, professional development and attractive benefits.

  • Full and part-time roles
  • Professional training & development
  • Attractive annual and family care leave
  • Flexible dental and medical coverage
  • Staff lunch provided
  • Generous employee discounts at YWCA Fort Canning, YWCA Preschool, and in-house activities.

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Available Career Opportunities

YWCA National Office
YWCA is a member of the National Council of Social Service (NCSS) and has been accredited with the Charity Transparency Award for 2019 and 2017.

Responsible for performing application development, system administration and support the day-to-day systems operation for the Business Units.

Planning, coordinating and supervision of Kids’ Weekday Care Program. Source suitable and evaluate the program as well as collaborate with schools and community partners.

Plans, initiates, and implements new and ongoing activities to support organisational marketing and communications plan.  This includes internal communications, public relations, marketing initiatives and projects to enhance social and financial impact.

 

YWCA Fort Canning
YWCA Fort Canning is our social enterprise and an Associate Member of the Singapore Hotel Association (SHA).

Managing the reservation process and operations to meet financial targets for YWCA Fort Canning, including managing the reservation team’s service responses to guests’ queries and requests as well as guest relationships to ensure revenue growth.  Promote sales and upselling of room and facilities, establishes new corporate accounts with the sales department and maintains good relationships with distribution channel partners.

Manages the daily operations of the front office to ensure efficient functioning of the team in accordance with the department’s operating procedures and service standards. He/She monitors room inventory and collaborates with other departments.  He/she also identifies and resolves deviations and irregularities in service operations.  He/she manages the team’s service performance, oversees service recovery and interacts with guests to build guest relationships and gather service feedback and able to deliver consistent quality guest service in a fast-paced environment.  He/She works on shifts, including weekends and public holidays.

The Executive explore, identify and develop new business opportunity for the Café Lodge.  He/She leads the compliance of service, food hygiene, safety and other standards.   He/She assists in managing front-of-house operations and customer services to optimise outlet performance. He/She monitors food and beverage services to ensure excellence customer service and is expected to suggest areas for continuous improvement within the team.  He/She works on shifts, including weekends and public holidays and can interact with colleagues and customers from a diverse background.

 

Organises and supervises the day-to-day housekeeping operations to ensure rooms and public areas are well-maintained for the comfort of guests. He/She supervises cleaning activities, inspects rooms and monitors the turnover of rooms to uphold the highest level of cleanliness and efficiency of the team.  He/She works on shifts, including weekends and public holidays.

Performing preventive maintenance and able to troubleshoot and carry out repair work.  Set up and AV support to events.  Coordinate work order with other departments. Compliance with safety rules and regulations and maintain clean and orderly work areas. He/She works on shifts.

 

Assist and support in the cooking and food preparation work in the Kitchen operations.  Carry out all duties in accordance with the standard operating procedures.  He/She works on shifts.

Responsible for safety and security of the guests, employees and premise.  He/She is expected to detect and deter potential threats. His/Her duties include performing access control, conducting security screening, attending to enquiries from the management, patrolling and guarding premises, as well as managing incidents and emergencies. He will be required to work in rotating shifts and must be physically fit. He/She is expected to be vigilant, decisive, and possess effective communication skills.

 

Responsible for daily collection, data entry, banking, stock take as well as generating AR invoices and follow up with customers.

 

YWCA Preschool
YWCA Preschool is a registered charity and an ECDA Partner-Operator. It is also accredited with SPARK.

The Learning Support Educator provides learning support to children in helping them develop academic, behavioural social and communication skills. He/She assesses the children's learning, develops plans and progress reports, and supports the management of children in a classroom setting. He/She works to identify children who require low levels of support through the use of standardised assessments and other relevant information. He/She also works closely with the Early Childhood educators and families of the children to further guide them in developing the children's learning needs.

 

The Preschool Educator effectively creates a secure and quality learning environment for the children through nurturing trusting and respectful relationships with them. He/She enriches children’s learning by co-designing and implementing a developmentally and culturally appropriate curricula, while effectively integrating innovative teaching and learning practices. He/She is proactive and intentional in strengthening partnerships with families and the community, and co-designs collaborative efforts with colleagues and Centre Leader to achieve this goal.

As an experienced Early Childhood Educator, He/She guides the junior educators in enhancing their professional practice. He/She provides suggestions ideas to improve professional development in the Centre, while also contributing to the Centre’s culture of collaboration and collegiality.

 

The Preschool Educator effectively creates a secure and quality learning environment for the children through nurturing trusting and respectful relationships with them. He/She enriches children’s learning by co-designing and implementing a developmentally and culturally appropriate curricula, while effectively integrating innovative teaching and learning practices. He/She is proactive and intentional in strengthening partnerships with families and the community, and co-designs collaborative efforts with colleagues and Centre Leader to achieve this goal.

As an experienced Early Childhood Educator, He/She guides the junior educators in enhancing their professional practice. He/She provides suggestions ideas to improve professional development in the Centre, while also contributing to the Centre’s culture of collaboration and collegiality.

 

Responsible for the cooking of meals and ensuring the overall cleanliness of the Preschool Centres.

The Centre Leader leads in developing strategic plans and structures to foster a culture of care and trust, mentoring, collaborative professionalism and continuous learning within the Centre. He/She is responsible for managing and enhancing Centre operations while adhering to industry regulations. He/She drives operational and programme excellence by developing strong processes in strategic areas such as governance, partnerships, continuous development, curriculum and pedagogy. He/She develops frameworks for sustained collaborative partnerships with Management, possesses strong communication skills and is highly influential. He/She leads in modelling the Centre’s mission, vision and values, and oversees the well-being of all staff in the Preschool Centre.