Community Befriending Coordinator

About The Role

  • See to the operations of the programme

  • Recruit, supervise and guide volunteers.

  • Assist in training and development of volunteers.

  • Conduct assessment for suitability of befriending programme.

  • Conduct home visits along with the Befrienders for the first time and identify the needs of seniors.

  • Responsible for scheduling the time and date for the Befrienders’ visit to the client’s place.

  • Keep proper records of the feedback collected from the Befrienders on the various needs of the clients, and share important and critical observations with the Programme Manager.

  • Adhere to the workflow and maintain proper records stipulated in CBP Service Manual.

  • Collect Home Visit Checklist from Befrienders and prepare disbursement of allowance to Befrienders.

  • Assist the Programme Manager in administrative matters e.g. raising Purchase Requisition, Payment Voucher, Receipt Voucher, Petty Cash claims etc.

  • Assist the Manager in preparing monthly progress report and quarterly claims.

  • Reports to the Manager.

Candidate Requirements

Technical Competencies:

  • Ability to engage seniors of in different languages and dialects

  • Able to work as a team, yet provide leadership to organise befrienders

Core Competencies:

  • Passion to work with seniors and senior volunteers

  • Flexibility in relation to working hours and days


Preferred achievements / characteristics:

  • Diploma in Social Sciences (Social Work) or any other equivalent

Programme Executive (Home Help)

About The Role

  • Provide home help and medical transport to elders with identified needs

  • Coordinate appropriate care (including families, if appropriate)

  • Establish and maintain current, accurate, confidential files for each clients

  • Coordinate and guide volunteers to fulfill clients' needs

  • Support Home Help Manager

Candidate Requirements

Technical Competencies:

  • Possess a Class 3 licence and can drive a van

  • Ability to communicate in vernacular languages is an asset

Core Competencies:

  • Passion to work with the elderly in the community

Preferred achievements / characteristics:

  • Diploma in Social Sciences (Social Work) or any other equivalent

Finance Manager (Part Time)

About The Role

This position reports to the Chief Executive Officer and will oversee the full spectrum of Finance. Some key responsibilities include:

Ensuring timely and accurate financial and management reporting, cash flow management, budgeting, variance analysis, fulfilling regulatory reporting and grant application.

Reviewing current practices and implement systems to:

  1. Maintain the full set of accounts.

  2. Monitoring cash flow and budgets

  3. Prepare management accounts for funding stakeholders, Board and Treasurer/Audit Committee timely.

  4. Liaise with programme heads, auditors and funding stakeholders with grant application.

  5. Ensure compliance with Code of Governance and regulations laid down by the Act, Charities Unit, governing accounting bodies. 

  6. Develop checks and balances, policies, processes and procedures to ensure accountability and transparency.

  7. Liaise with Corporate Secretary and ensure resolutions are duly signed and lodged with ACRA.

Candidate Requirements

Technical Competencies:

  • Minimum degree in Accountancy /ACCA / CPA / equivalent qualification

  • Financial and management accounting background

  • Experience keeping full set accounts

Financial and management accounting background

Preferred achievements / characteristics:

  • Strong desire to serve in the social service sector

  • Professionalism and ethics

  • Strong understanding of governance, risk and control

  • To strive for good communication with stakeholders on a continual basis. 

Core Competencies:

  • Passion to work with the elderly in the community

Preferred achievements / characteristics:

  • Good communications, particularly attuned to working well with non-financial professionals

  • Able to lead a team to support various centres

  • To build a team of competent, responsible and passionate people dedicated to effectiveness, efficiency and timeliness.


Community Partnership Manager (Fulltime/ Parttime)

About the role

1.Manage the implementation, tracking and measurement of marketing campaigns both online and event based.

2.Brief and oversee the work of internal and external agencies, such as designers, animators and printers, and also CSR volunteers from corporation who will deliver and/or execute much of the campaign activity

3. Write, edit and update promotional materials (staff enablement kit that includes presentation decks for staff and external organizations) within marketing campaigns

4.Ensure that the organisation’s brand and identity is adhered to in campaigns and in all communication channels through integrated marketing communication approach

5.Ensure accuracy of marketing materials and provide formal sign off if necessary

6.Deliver regular reports of campaign results, including web analysis and evaluation of KPIs

7.Maintain regular measurement of the ROI of campaigns

8.Collect and use data to inform new campaigns and the evaluation of existing campaigns

9.Support programmes manager by giving them guidance on the design of marketing collaterals during their roadshows, workshops, talks to ensure consistent corporate identity.

10.Administer the website(s), social media platform (primarily facebook and Instagram)

11.Keep abreast of current trends in marketing and partake in the crafting of B2C (business to consumer) and/or B2B (business to business) integrated marketing campaigns with the aim of acquiring and retaining donors per our donors segmentation groupings.

12.Partake in the co-creation of online editorial content strategy to move towards a more matured online presence

Candidate Requirements

Technical Competencies:

  • Marketing or Advertising work experiences in either B2C and/or B2B settings.

  • Has run consumer or commercial trade-show type of events with with demonstrated outreach successes.

Core Competencies:

  • Management skills: Guide the team through establishing parameters and delegation.

  • Communication skills: Able to manage multiple stakeholders as have to manage relationships with agencies and third parties as well as persuade a non-marketing audience, on the purpose of the campaigns.

  • Project management skills: To manage the organisation’s output effectively and intervene if things are going off-track within the budget.

  • Numerical skills: Describe stories from numbers to create compelling messages to target selected groups per each marketing campaign needs

Preferred achievements / characteristics:

  • Resilience, Self-starter, Work independently, with discipline, Flexi work arrangements.


Kindly contact or submit your resume to

Ms Ong Siew Chin at siewchin.ong@blossomseeds.sg

Hp:98737537

Blossom Seeds Ltd (BSL),12 Aljunied Rd#03-02. Singapore 389801