Job type: Full-time

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About Us

Care Corner Singapore Ltd was founded in 1981, in a climate of changes in the early 1980s, as economic competition in the region intensified and the rift between the wealthy and the lower-income in particular the Chinese blue-collar workers, widened. Rev Tan Tien Ser and a group of passionate individuals believed that these marginalised people with lower income and little opportunities for a formal education could be helped to realise their potential and become more competent and fulfilled persons. Through a series of early outreach initiatives, Care Corner has evolved into an organisation offering a wide range of programmes and services delivered through various social service centres located island-wide. In a bid to stay relevant to the needs of the community, Care Corner has continuously strived to offer new and innovative programmes to support those in need and the less privileged.

Job Description

Care Corner Learning and Special Needs Support (formerly ETS) is looking to transform and expand our focus from just educational therapy to providing wholistic support for children with learning and special needs. We are seeking a passionate and motivated Occupational Therapist with experience working with children to contribute to the startup of our own Intervention Programme. The position offers the opportunity to work alongside experienced educational specialists, develop skills of providing therapeutic services across different settings and work with centre leadership in reviewing existing service models and finding service gaps and needs in the community.

Roles & Responsibilities:

  • Assess and identify occupational therapy and functional needs of children based on sound knowledge of evidence-based practice and treatment options
  • Plan and conduct intervention programmes for children with special needs
  • Effectively write formal assessment reports
  • Maintain records for the purpose of documenting activities
  • Participate in quality improvement projects and develop new intervention programmes
  • Participate in the review and enhancement of programmes and services in the domains of the learning & special needs.


  • At least 3 years of relevant clinical experiences and has earned AHPC supervisor status
  • Experience in working with preschool and primary school aged children
  • Has a passion to work with children with a range of psychological and emotional needs
  • Possess excellent inter-personal qualities and strong work ethic
  • Hardworking, flexible and creative team player
  • Comfortable working independently as well as part of a team
  • Client and service oriented
  • High level of interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills
  • Excellent time management skills and self -monitoring skills


Bachelors’ Degree or Master Degree in Occupational Therapy


Intervention Planning In Occupational Therapy

Client Assessment For Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy

Other Information

We thank you for your application. We regret that only candidates who are shortlisted will be notified for interviews.

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Deadline: 08-10-2023

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