Careers

Come join us in making a difference!

Club Rainbow is looking for dynamic people-oriented individuals to join us as:


HEAD, FINANCE & ADMIN

Candidates should possess:

  • Bachelor Degree in Accountancy

  • 8 years or more of financial management experience with a full set of books, preferably in a non-profit environment and at least 3 years of finance department leadership

  • Strong problem solving and leadership skills

  • Ability to interact with people of all ages and cultural backgrounds

  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team

  • Effective oral, written communication and computer skills

Job Description:

  • Manage the full spectrum of financial accounts in accordance with the provisions of the Societies Act (Chapter 311), Charities Act (Chapter 37), Charities Accounting Standards (CAS) and Financial Reporting Standards in Singapore (FRSs)

  • Manage the month-end closing process and provide monthly reports on financial performance, together with variance analysis, to Council

  • Complete year-end closing and, prepare financial statements and required schedules for annual audit and various government/regulatory submissions

  • Lead the annual budgeting process

  • Review, establish and implement financial policies and procedures with appropriate internal controls and measures to ensure compliance

  • Prepare cash flow forecasting to ensure sufficient funds to meet monthly expenditure commitments

  • Manage the organization’s overall governance, risk management and compliance with regulations

  • Manage the HR function of the organization

  • Ensure accounting and all other systems are efficient in servicing the needs of the organization

  • Perform any specific projects and duties assigned by the direct supervisor from time to time


MANAGER, INTERVENTION & INTEGRATION

Candidates should possess:

  • Degree

  • Strong inter-personal skills with an interest in relationship building

  • Strong analytical and critical thinking skills

  • Time management skills and ability to work under pressure

  • Ability to interact with people of all ages and cultural backgrounds

  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team

  • Effective oral and written communication skills

  • 3-5 years in a supervisory position with experience in managing people will be an advantage

Job Description:

  • Conceptualise and supervise implementation of intervention programmes and services, including educational and therapy support, and community life skills and vocational trainings for holistic development of beneficiaries and addressing developmental needs throughout different stages in life

  • Oversee management of various centres and transportation service to provide beneficiaries and families with greater accessibility to programmes and services

  • Work closely with internal stakeholders and establish collaboration with community partners and external stakeholders for delivery of expertise and domain knowledge, sponsorship opportunities and greater awareness for the organisation’s cause and focus on the development of our beneficiaries through the various programmes and initiatives

  • Evaluate effectiveness of programmes and services, and develop and implement strategies to better achieve the organisational purpose and objectives

  • Develop annual workplan and manage annual operating budget to support programmes and services under portfolio

  • Manage and direct Intervention & Integration team, including supervision and guidance

    Compile, maintain and provide monthly, quarterly and annual statistics and progress reports

  • Perform any specific projects and duties assigned by Deputy Executive Director from time to time


SENIOR EXECUTIVE, INTERVENTION & INTEGRATION

Candidates should possess:

  • Degree

  • Strong inter-personal skills with an interest in relationship building

  • Strong analytical and critical thinking skills

  • Time management skills and ability to work under pressure

  • Ability to interact with people of all ages and cultural backgrounds

  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team

  • Effective oral and written communication skills

Job Description:

  • Develop, implement and manage community life skills, vocational trainings and other competency-based programmes and intervention services for the holistic development and empowerment of beneficiaries in line with organisation’s objectives

  • Work closely with the Intervention & Integration team, social workers and other internal stakeholders for intervention strategies to address the needs of our beneficiaries at different stages of their lives

  • Establish collaboration with community partners and external stakeholders for delivery of expertise and domain knowledge, and enhance employability and opportunities for employment for our beneficiaries through various programmes and initiatives

  • Evaluate effectiveness of new initiatives and existing programmes, and put up appropriate recommendations to direct supervisor for enhancements to programmes to optimise impact and expand outreach and engagement of our beneficiaries

  • Plan and coordinate logistics, budget and manpower resources for events and programmes

  • Perform any specific projects and duties assigned by direct supervisor from time to time


EXECUTIVE, Arts Development

Candidates should possess:

  • Minimum Diploma or equivalent, with at least 2 years of relevant work experience

  • Experience in both event and arts programmes or arts education management will be advantageous

  • Strong ability to conceptualize, organize and run programmes and events

  • Strong problem solving, demonstrating inter-personal skills with an interest in relationship building

  • Time management skills and ability to work under pressure

  • Ability to interact with people of all ages and cultural backgrounds

  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team

  • Effective oral and written communication skills

  • Sound computer skills including Microsoft Office applications

  • Candidates with an University Degree and minimum 3 years of relevant work experience may be considered for the senior executive position

Job Description:

  • Co-develop flagship arts festival, arts development programmes and initiatives to widen engagement and deepen progressive development of beneficiaries

  • Establish collaboration with corporate and institutional partners, and volunteers/voluntary groups for delivery of expertise and domain knowledge

  • Manage and execute organization’s flagship arts festival and all its lead-up programmes

  • Implement and execute events and programmes in accordance with organizational standards

  • Plan and coordinate logistics, budget and manpower resources for events and programmes

  • Evaluate effectiveness of new and existing events and programmes, develop and implement strategies to expand the outreach and engagement of beneficiaries and families

  • Update database in system for statistical reporting and prepare post-event reports

  • Perform any specific projects and duties assigned by Manager, Arts Development from time to time


ADMINISTRATIVE EXECUTIVE, DIRECT SERVICES

Candidates should possess:

  • Minimum GCE ‘O’ Level / ITE qualifications

  • Strong inter-personal skills with an interest in relationship building

  • Excellent time management skills and ability to multi-task and prioritise work

  • Ability to interact with people of all ages and cultural backgrounds

  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team

  • Proficient in Microsoft Office and common computer applications

  • Able to work Tuesday to Saturday, 9 am to 5 pm, and weekday evenings when necessary

Job Description:

  • Provide administrative and logistical support in the implementation and execution of programmes and services

  • Monitor and manage financial matters for programmes and services in a timely and accurate manner, including follow through on processes for renewal of service subsidies and payment for services

  • Upkeep and maintain programmes and services records, attendances and other relevant documentation in the client management system, and filing and storage of physical documents

  • Coordinate various services to ensure smooth day-to-day operations, including scheduling for tuition and therapy services, daily/weekly sessions at various home-based and centre-based locations, and upkeeping and maintenance of rooms and equipment to facilitate service delivery

  • Perform front counter duties serving walk-in clients and managing enquiries over the phone or email as and when required

  • Assist in any other related tasks


Please indicate your current and expected salary. Interested persons are invited to send their resume to:

The Deputy Executive Director
By email: recruit@clubrainbow.org
By mail: Blk 538 Upper Cross Street #05-263/269 Singapore 050538

Salary will commensurate with qualifications and working experience. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.