Career Opportunities

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Head of Home
Red Cross Home for the Disabled (RCHD)
About RCHD / DAC
Singapore Red Cross operates the Red Cross Home for the Disabled (RCHD), the nation’s only residential home for those with severe physical and intellectual disabilities. We care for those who cannot care for themselves around the clock. With therapeutic and recreational activities that stimulate the residents’ body and mind, we take care of their physical, mental, social and emotional well-being.
For those who only require care during daytime, we offer half-day or full-day programmes at our Day Acitivity centre for the Disabled (DAC). Both facilities are supported by a team of dedicated nursing professionals, therapy and healthcare aides, physiotherapists, as well as occupational and speech therapists.


1. Operations
Responsible for supervising the work of the multidisciplinary team and ensuring that they have the appropriate training and direction:

  • Work with the multi-disciplinary team to maintain RCHD/DAC guidelines by drafting or updating existing policies and procedures
  • Maintain operations by initiating, coordinating, and enforcing program, operational, and personnel policies and procedures
  • Assure quality of care by developing and interpreting Red Cross Home for the Disabled (RCHD) and nursing division's philosophies and standards of care, enforcing adherence to state board of nursing and state nurse practice act requirements and to other governing agency regulations, measuring health outcomes against standards, making or recommending adjustments
  • Exercise the HR function or with outsourced contractors/partners to ensure sufficient manpower to carry out operations
  • Achieve financial objectives by preparing an annual budget, scheduling expenditures, analysing variances; initiating corrective actions

2. Supervisory
Manage all the administrative duties of the departments which they are assigned to work in:

  • Supervise the different teams (Nursing, Admin, Operations, Volunteer and Donor Management) in the delivery of their work
  • Assist in the training of new staff members and the development of existing staff members
  • Maintain staff job results by coaching, counselling and disciplining employees, planning, monitoring, and appraising job results
  • Maintain staff establishment by recruiting and selecting potential candidates
  • Assist the Director with the development and monitoring of the personnel
  • Carry out performance reviews of the assigned staff and carry out disciplinary actions, as approved by the Director, as and when necessary

3. Customer Management

  • Supervise and work with the Administrative/Facilities Team to follow-up on overall Home maintenance
  • Work with the Senior Social Worker (SSW) on the social well-being of the residents and Day Activity Centre (DAC) clients
  • Coordinate with the relevant agencies on matters related to RCHD and DAC
  • Encourage and support strong volunteer involvement among individuals, groups and companies
  • Assist in the training and development of volunteers and in receiving and attending to visitors to RCHD

4. Administration

  • Carry out periodic reviews of reports related to resident care
  • Prepare reports for statutory submission and statutory meetings
  • Ensure timely submissions of reports in accordance to SOP such as incident report, hospitalisation report, quarterly and annual reports and reports for meetings
  • Assist with the development and monitoring of operating and capital equipment budget and ensure the cost-effective use of resources
  • Work with the Nursing Team to develop and update care and nursing guidelines and policies
  • Review training records of care staff to ensure compliance of requirement on training by ITE for On-The-Job (OJT) Centre

5. Any Other Duties

  • Deputise the Director in his/her absence and when assigned
  • Participate in fire drill exercise in accordance with the Fire Safety Bureau Regulations with the assistance of all staff concerned
  • Assist in events held at the RCHD
  • Participate in training and team meeting
  • Undertake any other duties as assigned



  • Possess a recognised University degree in Nursing / Therapy (PT/OT/ST) / Social Work Experience
  • At least 5 years working experience in senior management position
  • Two years of professional nursing/Therapy/Social Work experience in the long-term care setting is an added advantage, and a minimum of three years’ experience in nursing home / hospital administration or a comparable management position

Skills and Knowledge

  • Must possess and demonstrate a high degree of leadership, organisational ability and communication skills
  • Knowledge of long-term care management, policies, budgeting, personnel management and census development is required
  • Good communication skills (written and verbal) with good command of English and with strong presentation and report writing skills
  • Good interpersonal skills, with the ability to relate well to people of all levels
  • Enjoys working with volunteers and as well as good team player

Desired Behaviours

  • Self-motivated, resourceful and innovative
  • Organised and able to work independently
  • Good interpersonal skills with the ability to relate well to people at all levels

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Social Work Associate
Red Cross Home for the Disabled 

Assist the Senior Social Worker under the social work team for supporting the residents/clients at Red Cross Home for the Disabled (RCHD) and Red Cross Home Day Activity Centre (DAC).


  • Responsible for conducting/renewing means tests and case management.
  • Conduct initial screening and intake assessment for new referrals and manage care plans for the residents.
  • Attending monthly case conference and multi-disciplinary meetings.
  • Develop individual care plans and carry out regular review of the cases.
  • Communicate and work closely with family members or caregivers for the residents’ basic needs, care plan, medical bills, etc.
  • Liaise with hospitals, government agencies and other community partners relating to the residents’ care plans.
  • Handle assigned administrative duties & reports.
  • Attending to phone calls, video calls, and visitations.
  • Carry out any other duties as assigned by the supervisor.


Technical Competencies:

  • Good listening and communication skills
  • Basic case management skills
  • Familiar in using Google Suite

Core Competencies:

  • Minimum Diploma in Social Sciences (Social Work) or WSQ Diploma in Community and Social Services
  • At least 2 years working experience in social service sector

Preferred Characteristics:

  • Empathy for persons with disabilities
  • Patient in handling family members/caregivers
  • Detailed and meticulous with administrative work
  • Willingness to learn
  • Team-spirit

Outreach Associate
Resource Development

The Direct Donor Partnerships team at the Singapore Red Cross raises awareness, and funds, to support the humanitarian organisation’s mission in serving vulnerable persons and families. As an Outreach Associate, your primary role is to garner the community’s support for our causes, to positively impact lives. You will work closely with the team leader and be responsible for meeting your engagement and fundraising targets.

The position can be offered in both part-time or full-time (5 day work week) contract. High performers will be offered a permanent role with growth opportunities.


  • Engage public on street and through tele-calls to promote causes, raising awareness and funds 
  • Station in office on non-canvassing days to complete administrative tasks and team meetings / trainings
  • Contribute to, and implement pitches, ideas, and follow-through to strengthen donor care and engagement
  • Be an Ambassador to advocate SRC’s humanitarian mission to the public
  • Handle feedback and enquiries from the public/ donors
  • Ad hoc duties and responsibilities assigned by SRC


Qualifications & Experience

  • Minimum G.C.E. “O” Level and 18 years old & above. Students are welcome to apply
  • Experience in fundraising and/or outdoor sales preferred

Desired Behaviours & Skills

  • Good communication and interpersonal skills, outgoing, able to relate and work well with people of diverse backgrounds
  • Self motivated, independent, resourceful,  meticulous and trustworthy
  • Digitally savvy

Remarks: 1 year contract (basic salary + commission)

Social Worker
Red Cross Home for the Disabled 

The social work team provides a critical communication link between the Home and our resident’s next of kin. To provide assessment, rehabilitation and supportive care in line with policies and guidelines. Practise and be involved in case management, working Agencies, Centres and Organisations as well as individuals and families, and as assigned by the Director, Care Services or Head of Home, Red Cross Home for the Disabled.

The position is a key management position within the Home and reports to the Head of Home and, in his or her absence, the Director, Care Services. 

This role requires a dedicated professional with strong leadership skills, a deep understanding of social work principles, and the ability to drive positive change in the lives of individuals with disabilities and their families. 


1. Operations

  • Manage referrals for admission to RCHD, including the DAC (Day Activity Centre)
  • Plan for admissions, transfers and discharge
  • Arrange for client assessments before admission
  • Coordinate documents for approval
  • Participate (as an interdisciplinary team) in client care planning
  • Conduct periodic reviews of cases
  • Counsel clients, caregivers and families when required
  • Communicate and consult in confidentiality with internal and external parties on matters related to client’s care and activities
  • Liaise with other internal or external support services and agencies when necessary
  • Advocate for and protect client’s rights
  • Manage clients' financial, social, and emotional needs.
  • Manage transport and service needs of the clients.
  • Manage environmental and personnel safety and hygiene
  • Source for funding opportunities and submit applications where applicable.

2. Customer Management

  • Interview client, potential clients and the caregiver/family members
  • Work with the Executive and Administrative Assistant to follow-up on Home fees and arrears
  • Coordinate with the relevant agencies on matters related to RCHD and DAC. These are primarily, but not limited to, SG Enable, Ministry of Social and Family, government-restructured hospitals, AIC, etc.
  • Be the primary conduit for communication between the Home/DAC and the client’s legal guardians/family members
  • Encourage strong volunteer involvement among individuals, groups and companies
  • Assist in receiving and attending to visitors to RCHD

3. Administration

  • Carry out periodic reviews of statistics from social and financial reports
  • Prepare reports for statutory submission and statutory meetings
  • Ensure timely submissions of funding, statutory submissions and reports for meetings

4. Supervision

  • Provide on-the-job training and coaching
  • Provide training on CAF
  • Oversee the reissuing of MFEC cards whenever they expire.
  • Supervise the coordination and management of Social Work Associates.
  • Stimulate and motivate staff to achieve divisional goals and objectives

5. Any Other Duties

  • Deputise the Head of Home or Director in his/her absence and when assigned
  • Participate in fire drill exercises in accordance with the Fire Safety Bureau Regulations with the assistance of all staff concerned
  • Assist in events held at the Red Cross Home for the Disabled
  • Organise talks from time to time, which may be beneficial to both the home and assist with issues such as end-of-life questions, costs of funerals and any legal issues that may occur when the client’s guardian passes.
  • Participate in training and team meetings
  • Promote the Red Cross Home For The Disabled to ensure optimal usage of resources
  • Promote the Day Activity Centre to ensure optimal use of resources
  • Recruit volunteers for RCHD and (Individuals and Corporate)
  • Undertake any other duties as assigned.
  • To undertake one process improvement project for the Social Work Team every year and to present the findings in Q4 of every year.



  • Possess a recognised university degree in Social Work or and /related subject


  • For graduate, at least 2 year of relevant experience
  • For non-graduate, at least 3 years of relevant experience
  • Experience at other Nursing or Disability Home would be an advantage.
  • Masters in Counseling and/or specialised certification in therapy is advantageous.
  • Prior experience in providing case and clinical supervision to social/case workers.
  • Proficient knowledge and experience in social work interventions, social policies, and community engagement.
  • Demonstrated leadership experience in leading teams, monitoring staff competency, and overseeing training.

Additional skill and knowledge

  • Computer literate
  • The ability to speak a few languages or dialects would be an added advantage
  • Good knowledge and understanding of local and international community welfare programmes and services

Desired Behaviour

  • Tactful – have good listening skills and help clients feel at ease during the interview
  • Good communication skills (written and verbal) with good command of English
  • Good presentation and report-writing skills
  • Good interpersonal skills, with the ability to relate well to people of all levels
  • Resourceful and innovative
  • Ability to empathise yet remain impartial
  • Able to work independently, but is also a good team player.
  • Demonstrates initiative, analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Enjoys working with volunteers
  • Independent as well as a good team player

Call Centre Agent, HoME+
Community Engagement
About the HoME+ programme
Home Monitoring and Eldercare (HoME+) is a 24/7 monitoring system using sensors placed around the home. When inactivity is detected or when the user activates the panic button, the Red Cross' call center is notified immediately. Depending on the situation, community responders or the SCDF (for emergencies) will be dispatched to provide assistance.

The HoME+ Call Centre Agent is responsible for providing efficient 24/7 operational support to the Call Center element within the Home Monitoring and Eldercare (HoME+) programme under the Community Services Department of the Singapore Red Cross. This role primarily focuses on receiving inquiries, managing home assessments, monitoring of call center dashboard and social/welfare check on clients in the programme.


1. Operation Support

  • Addressing inquiries from the general public or internal referrals related to interest in the HoME+ Programme.
  • Coordinate home assessments for both existing and prospective clients, assess their requirements, provide assistance, and supervise the installation of HoME+ devices.
  • Monitor the Call Centre Dashboard and respond in accordance with Standard Operating Procedures, addressing each situation in adherence to necessary protocols.
  • Conduct social and wellbeing check-up calls to clients.
  • Assist in volunteer recruitment and engagement activities, cultivating a positive and collaborative relationship with volunteers to enhance the effectiveness of the programme.

2. Administration Support

  • Respond promptly to general programme inquiries and provide assistance through both email and phone calls with informative and helpful responses.
  • Precisely and promptly update clients' biographical data.
  • Ensure coordination of home assessments and device installations
  • Perform routine social and wellbeing checks on clients via phone calls, providing assistance and facilitating additional support from other programs as necessary.
  • Execute any additional administrative tasks as delegated by the supervisor.

3. Any Other Duties

  • Engage in or actively participate in department and society events or activities, contributing to the overall unity and success of collective initiatives.
  • Attend to HoME+ activation as required, ensuring the smooth integration and functionality of the program as part of regular duties.
  • Take on any ad-hoc projects as assigned, showcasing flexibility and a proactive approach to contribute to the accomplishment of organisational objectives beyond routine responsibilities.


Additional Skills and Knowledge

  • Skilled in both verbal and written English, showcasing the ability to communicate effectively.
  • Mastery of a native language or dialect offers an additional advantage for versatile communication.
  • Proficient in computer skills, skilled in utilising a variety of software and technology tools to optimize job performance.
  • Robust interpersonal and organizational abilities, cultivating positive relationships and effective task management.
  • Exhibiting meticulous attention to detail to ensure precision in all tasks and deliverables.
  • Outstanding multitasking skills, adept at managing numerous responsibilities concurrently.
  • Proactive with a strong initiative, showcasing a self-driven approach to tasks and responsibilities.

Desired Behaviours

  • Capable of working independently while maintaining strong interpersonal skills to effectively connect with individuals at all levels within and outside the organisation.
  • A dedicated emphasis on tasks and outcomes, exemplifying a results-oriented approach to work assignments.
  • Proactively takes initiative and fosters a collaborative spirit, contributing to teamwork and going above and beyond the defined job scope to achieve common goals.
  • Flexible and adaptable to changing needs on the ground, demonstrating responsiveness to evolving situations and requirements.

Qualifications and Experience

  • Have a minimum qualification of O Level/Nitec/Higher Nitec/Diploma from a recognised institution.
  • Preferably, possess a minimum of 1 year of experience in customer service and/or call center roles.
  • Proficient in relevant computer applications.
  • Able to commit to rotating shift hours.

Enrolled Nurse
Red Cross Home for the Disabled (RCHD)

Provides nursing and care activities under the direction of the Registered Nurse (RN) in accordance with RCHD’s policies and standards of nursing care and practices. Providing guidance and supervision to junior nurses, nursing aides and healthcare aides.


1. Nursing Care and Management

  • Provide and ensure that quality nursing care and service is rendered to the residents / clients at all times.
  • Assist the RN(s) in ensuring and providing safe nursing practice and a high standard of care.
  • Ensure the Nursing Aides and Healthcare Aides follow the safety precautions / practices in the prevention of falls, hazards and/or pressure sores.
  • Assist the RN in attending to emergencies as and when the need arises
  • Able to perform nursing procedures independently such as:
    • NG Tube Insertion
    • Simple Wound Dressings
    • Hygiene Practices such as isolation nursing, proper handwashing techniques and management of waste products
  • Maintaining proper documentation of vital signs and reporting to the RNon duty / in-charge when there is a change in the residents / clients condition.
  • Assist the RN in the serving of residents’ medications; monitor and supervise the Nursing Aides when feeding the medication to residents ­ ensuring zero (0) medication errors.
  • Together with the RN on duty / in­-charge, to participate and assist in the Volunteer Doctor’s rounds.
  • Collaborates and cooperates with other healthcare professionals to ensure proper and smooth delivery of care and service.
  • Accompanies the residents/clients for clinic/hospital appointments and / or transfers, when the need arises.
  • Respects and protects the rights and responsibilities of the residents / clients.
  • To be on call in the event of an emergency in the Home.

2. Professional Development

  • Mentor and supervise Nursing Aides and Healthcare Aides in their scope of work, clinical skills and especially in the maintenance of safe work practices and infection control standards.
  • Participates in on­going nursing education to enhance clinical knowledge and competency.
  • Work in collaboration with the Nurse Educator/Clinical Instructor for on-the- job training of Nursing Aides and Healthcare Aides.

3. Administration

  • Assist the RN in the preparation of the duty rosters.
  • Assist the RN in the preparation and maintenance of documentation.

4. Customer Management

  • Acts as a liaison to clients and their families, maintaining good rapport and service
  • Maintaining good relations whilst liaising with external agencies such as but not limited to, hospitals, clinics, etc.
  • Maintain good relations with internal customers of the Home.
  • Maintain, at all times, good public relations with volunteers and visitors


  • National Institute of Technical Education (ITE): Certificate in Nursing or its equivalent
  • Valid practicing license as an Enrolled Nurse with Singapore Nursing Board
  • At least 2 years of relevant working experience in a hospital or healthcare environment.
  • Some experience in working with persons with disabilities or the elderly would be preferred.

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Staff Nurse
Red Cross Home for the Disabled 

Provide assessment, care planning, managing clinical emergencies, safe medication administration, infection control, integrative care and supervising nursing aides and healthcare aides in accordance to the  established policies and procedures.


1. Patient Care 

  • Provide nursing care and ensure quality service is rendered to the residents at all times;
  • Develop, evaluate and modify care plans for residents;  
  • Assess the physical, emotional and psychological well being of residents through observation and analysis of physical health indicators to evaluate care plan and identify modifications which may be required;
  • Conduct frequent rounds with staff to check on residents’ health and medical conditions;
  • Supervise and guide the staff assigned to the home to ensurethatpropercaregiving, nursing and administrative procedures are maintained;  
  • Supervise the medical assistance rendered to patients are in lieu with training and Standard Operating Procedures (SOP);
  • Administer first aid and emergency health measures such as CPR;
  • Perform dressing of wounds and lesions;  
  • Practice sterile techniques and other infection control procedures to minimize the transmission of infection;
  • Monitor and participate in the personal care of residents/ clients, as required; for example, hygiene, feeding, positioning, transferring, ambulation, toileting;   
  • Use electric/ hydraulic/ manual equipment and lifting devices when required;
  • Ensure that food prepared meet the dietary requirement of the residents;
  • To be on call in the event of emergency in the Red Cross Home for the Disabled. 

2. Social Welfare Assistance  

  • Work with the Social Worker/SWA in assessment of cases referred by welfare organizations, hospitals, nursing homes and dialysis centres for admission and respite care, and the periodic review of cases for continual stay; 
  • Work with the Social Worker/SWA and other health professionals in developing and sustaining the needed programmes for the residents;  
  • Counsel, instruct and confer with resident/client family in planning care: provides emotional support; responds to enquiries and resolves complaints.

3. Medical Services 

  • Accompany the doctor on rounds to provide residents’ condition and progress and assists with examinations such as positioning, dressing residents;  
  • Transcribe verbal or written doctor’s orders for medication or other treatment; 
  • Prepare precise dosages of medication in accordance with doctor’s instruction and administer to residents;  
  • Follow-­up on the medical programme advised by the clinic or hospital and doctors;  
  • Check and audit medical records to ensure that they are documented and kept properly;
  • Maintain inventory for required medicine and ensure medicationsareproperlystored and not expired.

4. Stakeholder Management  

  • Act as liaison to existing clients and maintain good rapport and services; 
  • Communicate, collaborate and coordinate with partners (MSF, NCSS, SG Enable) to maintain good rapport and continuity of service;  
  • Maintain at all times good public relations with volunteers and visitors;
  • Oversees the general staff welfare.

5. Administration  

  • Prepare staff duty roster and ensure there are enough staff to manage the resident  at all times;
  • Prepare and maintain documentation such as care plans, health care records, medication administration, nursing records and reports;  
  • Submission of reports to Head, Nursing and relevant Supervisors.

6. Safe Work Practice  

  • Ensure the cleanliness of the Home and maintain safe work practices;  
  • Responsible for the proper maintenance of all the equipment used in the Red Cross Home for the Disabled i.e. trolleys, medication fridge, etc.;
  • Conduct quality assurance on the equipment at least twice a year;
  • Familiar with all aspects of nursing home emergency and evacuation procedures and policies;  
  • Assist in fire drill exercise twice a year in accordance with the Fire Safety Bureau Regulations with the assistance of all staff concerned. 

7. Other Duties 

  • Assist in events held at the Red Cross Home for the Disabled; 
  • Promote the Red Cross Home for the Disabled to ensure optimal usage of resources;  
  • Encourage strong volunteer involvement among individuals, groups and companies;
  • Any other duties assigned by Reporting Officer.



  • Possess a recognised university degree / Certificate or Diploma in Nursing;
  • State Registered Nurse. 


  • 5 to 10 years of relevant working experience in a hospital or health care environment; 
  • Experience in working with the disabled or the elderly preferred. 

Additional skills and knowledge  

  • Ability to perform holistic assessments/reassessments for residents regardless of complexity to establish a comprehensive plan for care;  
  • Ability to prioritize and organize work activity and provide work direction to staff  members in order to complete assignments;
  • Good verbal and written communication skills;
  • Knowledge to monitor staff performance and the environment ensuring a safe workplace for staff; provides re­instruction where needed;  
  • Basic computer skills.  

Desired Behaviour

  • Able to act as a coordinator of care for complex residents, sharing nursing expertise  and demonstrating leadership while working in collaboration with other care  providers;  
  • Able to work independently, but is also a good team player;  
  • Self-­motivated, resourceful and innovative;
  • Demonstrates initiative, analytical and problem solving skills;  
  • Good interpersonal skills, with the ability to relate well to people at all levels;
  • Enjoy working with volunteers. 

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as part of SRC's Medical Chaperone & Transportation (MCT) Service

Engagement of chaperones to accompany seniors from their doorstep to scheduled medical appointments and back home safely.

About MCT

Provides company for frail seniors who have been missing their essential medical appointments because of the hefty fees, and lack of assistance to and fro the treatments during weekdays.


Accompany seniors from their home to scheduled medical appointments, and back home safely. Transportation fee for chaperone and senior will be covered from senior's home to the medical appointment and back.


  • 18 years old and above.
  • Must be available on Weekdays: Appointments may start as early as 9AM, as such, chaperone is required to be at the senior's home as early as 815AM. Each appointment will usually take 4 hours.
  • Able to start immediately: Chaperone is required to make a trip down to SRC's office for interview and signing of a contract for service.
  • A commitment of at least six months is preferred but not compulsory.
  • Singaporeans/PRs are welcome!

Expected Payout:

$400 - $700/month, depending on the number of appointments a chaperone takes on.


No CPF; chaperone is required to personally collect cheque from SRC's office for service rendered.


  • Payout increment based on the number of trips.
  • Subsidised fees for family members’ usage of SRC non-emergency services.
  • Character reference note by SRC for good performance: Chaperones who show positive performance for 3 months may be given a character reference note by SRC for their subsequent job applications.
  • Job referral opportunities within SRC or with our external partners.
  • Subsidised or complimentary trainings provided by SRC:

For more information or to arrange for an interview, please call Senior Project Coordinator, Muhammad Daniel at 6664 0693, or email

Therapy Aide
Red Cross Home for the Disabled


The Therapy Aide will be under the direction of a registered therapist, participate in and oversee the performance of a variety of supportive activities, use various equipment and techniques to perform physical therapeutic methods, practices and procedures.


1. Operations

  • Observe residents/clients during treatment to compile and evaluate data on residents’/clients’ responses and progress, and report to physical therapist.
  • Clean and organize work area and disinfect equipment after treatment.
  • Instruct, motivate, safeguard and assist residents’/clients’ practicing exercises and functional activities, under direction of nursing staff.
  • Secure residents’/clients’ into or onto therapy equipment.
  • Transport residents’/clients’ to and from treatment areas, using wheelchairs or providing standing support.
  • Confer with physical therapy staff and others to discuss and evaluate residents’/clients’ information for planning, modifying, and coordinating treatment.
  • Record treatment given and equipment used.
  • Perform clerical duties, such as taking inventory, ordering supplies, answering telephone, taking messages, and filling out forms.
  • Maintain equipment and furniture to keep it in good working condition, including performing the assembly and disassembly of equipment and accessories.
  • Administer active and passive manual therapeutic exercises, therapeutic massage, and heat, light, sound, water, and electrical modality treatments, such as ultrasound.
  • Change linens, such as bed sheets and pillow cases in the treatment area.
  • Arrange treatment supplies to keep them in order.
  • Assist residents’/clients’ to dress, undress, and put on and remove supportive devices, such as braces, splints, and slings.
  • Measure residents’/clients’ range-of-joint motion, body parts, and vital signs to determine effects of treatments or for residents’/clients’ evaluations.
  • Train residents’/clients’ to use orthopaedic braces, prostheses and supportive devices.
  • Fit residents’/clients’ for orthopaedic braces, prostheses, and supportive devices, adjusting fit as needed.
  • Participate in residents’/clients’ care tasks, such as assisting with passing food trays and feeding residents, and bed rest.
  • Participate in staff development programmes.
  • Assist in recreational and social programmes.
  • Undertake any other duties as assigned

2. Customer Management

  • Respond to queries on the telephone from volunteers and members of public on services provided by the division and redirect if necessary to relevant divisions.
  • Meet and greet clients and visitors.

3. Project/Programme Management

  • Support staff in assigned programme/event.
  • Assist in programme/event and operational duties

4. Any Other Duties

  • Assist to provide orientation for new foreign staff
  • Perform first aid duty in the event of an emergency or when required


  • Certificate in Physiotherapy or Degree in Physiotherapy (for foreign staff)
  • Knowledge of equipment
  • Knowledge of proper lifting technique
  • Able to understand English and communicate effectively
  • Ability to observe, evaluate and record conditions, reactions and changes in the physical condition of the residents’ / clients
  • Independent as well as good team player

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Red Cross Home for the Disabled


  • Maintain the general cleanliness at the Home
  • Assist Nursing Aides, Staff Nurses, and other staff
  • Undertake any other duties assigned


  • GCE ‘O’ or ‘N’ Levels or its equivalent
  • Healthcare Aide Certificate (from country of origin) or its equivalent
  • Basic nursing skills, such as feeding, turning, changing, bathing etc.
  • Relevant working experience in nursing homes or hospitals
  • Housekeeping experience
  • Able to understand and communicate in English
  • Independent and a good team player

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Red Cross Home for the Disabled


  • Assist the Staff Nurse in providing nursing care such as dressing, serving medication, etc
  • Supervise the Healthcare Aides and volunteers
  • Undertake any other duties as assigned


  • Certificate in Healthcare (Local)
  • Certificate in Midwifery or Degree in Nursing (Foreign)
  • Relevant working experience in nursing homes or hospitals
  • Good at taking instructions
  • Able to understand and communicate in English
  • Independent
  • Able to work in groups

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*Applicants may send your CV (together with a cover letter) in MS Word or PDF format to us.
We regret that only shortlisted candidates will be notified.