( Job No : JOB-2020-01403 )
Epworth Community Services
MCYC Community Services Society - Admiralty
Epworth Community Services (formerly known as MCYC Community Services Society) is a reputable voluntary welfare organisation that helps at-risk children and youths in their educational, social, emotional and moral development.
We are a registered charity, a full member of the National Council of Social Service and an Institution of a Public Character.
About The Role
•Plan and execute Kids Club (KC), school holiday programmes/ activities
•Take charge of weekly KidsREAD on Saturdays •Draft letters & consent forms to parents for KC and school holiday programmes •Liaise with parents, partners and volunteers of KC programmes •Volunteer management: perform volunteer briefing/ debrief, follow up on driving actions items to closure •Process financial assistance applications for Literacy’s clients under the supervision of the Manager/Assistant Manager •Conduct briefing to parents on terms and conditions for Literacy Intervention Programme and STAR. •Update Literacy manager on feedback from teachers, parents, volunteers, children and progress of KC programmes •Fulfil Literacy’s publicity/ social media requirements in a timely and accurate manner •Assist with Literacy’s administrative duties. E.g. Fee collection, update student data, compute statistics, answer queries, student enrolment SOP, prepare forms for enrolment, graduation, withdrawal, deferment, change in class schedule, update students’ timetable, classroom allocation, etc. •Ensure enrolment lists for all programmes, student database and parents’ contact information are up to date and accurate at all times, adhering to PDPA •Assist in drafting and compilation of administrative, statistical and reports and follow up on driving action items to closure •Provide and collaborate on interdepartmental duties •Any other assigned duties
Diploma, preferably in psychology or special needs education
Able and passion for working with children Willingness to collaborate with community/ corporate partners such as schools, hospitals and other volunteering organisations
Good command of English (spoken and written), preferably bilingual (Mandarin)
Strong communication, interpersonal and time management skills. Sharp analytical abilities, resourceful personality with a ‘can-do’ attitude Excellent organizational and coordination skills; meticulous and organised
Preferred achievements / characteristics
Relevant experience in budget tracking and administrative processes preferred
Proficient IT skills in Microsoft Office, computing, tracking statistics / clients’ data
Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for an interview.