Join Our Team

Get On Board

Morning Star is looking for new team members to support our growth. If you have the talents and desire to make a positive difference to others, we would like to invite you to join us in furthering our mission of strengthening families in Singapore.

 

United for a common purpose

We serve with shared purpose towards the greater good of our society – working as one to strengthen families by reaching one child at a time, whether through our active learning programmes, equipping workshops, or even a simple “Hello!” and smile at the door.

 

Caring with authenticity

We care for our staff so that they can care for others. We work towards building a supportive Morning Star family that is genuinely concerned with the well-being of each other. Here, you will find us ready with a word of encouragement and a helping hand in your time of need.

 

Living your full life

We recognise that fulfillment comes when our people are empowered to achieve their purpose. We provide staff with the opportunities to live out their fullest potential and give their best every day, serving with excellence and enthusiasm.

 

Leaving a lasting legacy

We believe in building life-long relationships with every child and family we have the privilege to serve, journeying through difficult moments and celebrating successes. At Morning Star, we persevere to create positive change, knowing that this will ripple into a lasting transformation of lives.

 

 

Please email your resume to:
Morning Star Community Services
Email: hradmin@morningstar.org.sg
(Only shortlisted candidates will be notified)

Available Positions

Training Officer

Full Time

 

Job Summary: 

The Training Officer supports the Training Manager in managing the planning and delivery of Triple P workshops.  He/she is responsible for engaging stakeholders for matters pertaining to Triple P and Signposts.

The incumbent is expected to work from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on weekdays and on Saturdays where necessary to support courses. He/she is largely expected to work in an indoor environment, although he/she is required to travel to and from various training venues, or out of organisation’s premises to attend other meetings or workshops.

 

Responsibilities:

Training Support

  • Liaise with existing and new customers on the programmes
  • Manage the scheduling of various workshops and programmes
  • Scheduling workshop appointments between customers and trainers
  • Confirm number and profile of trainers required for workshops
  • Prepare workshop materials and other resources for scheduled workshops and training
  • Set up workshop area and ensure that the physical environment is conducive for learning
  • Compile evaluation summaries of workshops for reporting purposes

Programme Marketing

  • Promote programmes and workshops to both existing, new, and potential customers through the use of various media channels
  • Respond to programme queries via email/phone

Other Administrative Duties

  • Liaise with MSF officers, trainers, and other staff to meet the requirements of the programmes
  • Document logistic requirements for each programme
  • Collect fees, receipts, and compile accounts for each workshop

 

Requirements:

  • Candidate must possess at least Diploma/Advanced/Higher/Graduate Diploma in Business Studies/Administration/Management, Marketing, Secretarial or equivalent.
  • At least 1 Year(s) of working experience in the related field is required for this position.
  • Required Skill(s): Interpersonal Skills, Stakeholder Management, Detail-oriented, Resourceful, Service-oriented
  • Preferably Non-Executive specialized in Education or equivalent.

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Supervisor, NOVA Learning Intervention

Full Time

 

Job Summary:

The NOVA Supervisor supports the NOVA Manager in overseeing the NOVA programmes.  He/she is responsible for managing day-to-day operations and ensuring the smooth execution of programmes.

He/she is also responsible for exploring new avenues and partnerships in order to grow the organisation’s reach and capacity to serve the community.

The incumbent is expected to work from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on weekdays and on Saturdays when required. He/she is largely expected to work in an indoor environment, although he/she is required to travel to and from various NOVA labs, or out of organisation’s premises to attend conferences, training, and other events or meetings.

 

Responsibilities:

NOVA Lab Operation and Management

  • Determine staffing and other manpower-related needs for each of the NOVA labs
  • Ensure that facilitators and children ratios meet statutory requirements
  • Oversee the administration and operations of NOVA labs, including day-to-day activities and enrollment of students
  • Provide daily group and individual intervention to NOVA students in the areas of social and emotional learning
  • Work with facilitators to review the Individual Learning Plans (ILP) for NOVA students in order to assess their progress
  • Partner with parents and schools to monitor students’ development and challenges
  • Conduct risk assessment for NOVA labs and outdoor activity sites

People Development

  • Knowledge of psychological trends and social-emotional learning processes/frameworks
  • Coach NOVA facilitators on psychological strategies and interventions
  • Orientate, develop and establish a good relationship with facilitators and provide constant feedback to uphold professionalism at all times

Curriculum Development and Coaching

  • Develop and review an evidence-based programme based on current research and changing trends
  • Coach NOVA facilitators on the delivery and management of the programme and to engage NOVA students effectively.

Business Development

  • Seek opportunities for the organisation to open and run new NOVA labs
  • Intensify awareness of the NOVA programme and the organisation

 

Requirements: 

  • Degree in Counselling, Social Work preferred
  • At least 4 – 5 years’ experience in operational or direct services roles, with at least 2 years in a supervisory role.
  • Experience in counselling in a school setting and/or
  • Experience in the social service sector preferable
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Good understanding of social-emotional learning process/frameworks
  • Able to engage and teach children well
  • Strong problem-solving skills
  • Team leadership and coaching ability
  • Driven with passion to lead and transform

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Assistant Manager, Communications and Partnership

Full Time

 

Responsibilities:

  • Identify and cultivate potential new partnerships that will advance the organisation’s mission and to meet individual fundraising target contributing to the overall target of Morning Star.
  • Build and engage close working relationships with various corporate stakeholders and sponsors
  • Develop, motivate and enhance relationships with sponsors, donors and volunteers
  • Develop, drive and implement fundraising initiatives through all marketing channel
  • Oversee the development of the organisation’s fundraising materials and collateral
  • Coordinate all development related mailings, including direct mails and donor updates to help reinforce the mission of the organisation
  • Manage donor records and update information on central database
  • Ad hoc duties as assigned by the Manager

 

Requirements:

  • Minimally a Diploma preferably in Mass Communications, Marketing or equivalent
  • At least 5 years of experience in similar roles, sales, customer relations
  • Experience in the social service sector preferable
  • Excellent oral and written command of English Language is essential
  • Possession of traits: excellent project management and implementation skills, analytical, energetic
  • Resourceful and have working knowledge of social media tools
  • Strong interpersonal and communications skills

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Facilitator, CareNights

Part Time

 

Responsibilities:

  • Oversee and supervise children enrolled in the CareNights programme on weekday evenings from 5pm to 10pm
    • Assist in the coordination, and implementation of learning activities and programmes
    • Deliver Morning Star’s values curriculum
    • Coach and mentor children using positive discipline methods*Basic housekeeping duties
  • Manage Volunteers
  • Basic housekeeping duties

*Training will be provided

 

Requirements:

  • At least  ‘A’ Level / Diploma holder
  • Childcare/student care experience an advantage
  • Possess a sense of responsibility towards the care of our clients and the organisation
  • Able to engage children from disadvantaged family background
  • Good written and oral communication skills

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Facilitator, Student Care Services

Full-Time, Part-Time

 

Responsibilities:

  • Oversee and supervise primary school children enrolled at student care centre
  • Assist in the coordination, development and implementation of learning activities and enrichment programmes
  • Impart good habits and social skills amongst the children
  • Coach children using positive discipline methods
  • Willing and able to be deployed to different centres to provide coverage of duties

 

Requirements:

  • At least GCE ‘O’ Level / ‘A’ Level / Diploma
  • Preferably with some Childcare / Student Care / Montessori / Phonetics experience in Singapore.
  • Personable with good communication skills and able to build rapport with children.
  • Good written and oral communication skills.

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Facilitator (Casual Role)

Shifts:

  1. 2pm to 7pm
  2. 5pm to 10pm

 

Responsibilities:

  • The role will be a casual position, 5 days a week from 2pm to 7pm or 5pm to 10pm
  • Oversee and supervise primary school children enrolled at the centre
  • Assist in the coordination, development and implementation of learning activities and enrichment programmes.
  • Impart good habits and social skills amongst the children.
  • Supervise primary school children enrolled at the centres
  • Coach children using positive discipline methods.

Note for evening role (Shift 2), hired casuals are expected to manage volunteers.

 

Requirements:

  • At least GCE ‘O’ Level / ‘A’ Level.
  • At least Diploma in one of the following specializations; education, teaching, curriculum development, psychology, with 1 year of working experience.
  • Personable with good communication skills and able to build rapport with children.
  • Good organizational, problem-solving and planning skills; able to multi-task.
  • Good written and oral communication skills.