One of the most important assets of SHINE Children and Youth Services is our team of employees. We work as a team of competent and professional staff, passionate to serve and deliver quality services and programmes to our students.
We nurture employees to achieve their potential through training and professional development. We create an environment for leadership and advancement.
While we take our work seriously and thrive on professionalism, we also know when to let our hair down. We work hard, we play hard!
Positions available for:
Social Work Associate – Youth ALIVE!
Social Work Associate or Senior Social Work Associate (Family COACH Programme)
Senior Social Worker- Community Social Work
Social Work Associate
Join a specialist organisation, contribute meaningfully to the lives of children and youth and hone your social work skills!
SHINE Children and Youth Services is appointed the Centre of Specialisation in the practice of School Social Work by the National Council of Social Service. SHINE is committed to resource development, best practices and professional service delivery. Towards these ends, we provide a supportive environment, inclusive of established supervision structures, exciting practices, and training opportunities, for committed and passionate social workers.
SHINE adopts flexible work arrangements in SHINE post-pandemic – Flexi Time, Part-Time, and Flexi Place.
If you aspire to be a social worker committed to professional excellence and passionate about working with children/youth and looking for a place that provides Flexible Working arrangements, write in and join us now!
Please email your full resume and expected salary to firstname.lastname@example.org. We regret that only short-listed candidates will be notified.
Employee Awards and Accolades:
Outstanding Social Worker Award 2019,
Lee Seng Meng
Outstanding Social Worker Award 2012,
Wu Mei Ling (Ms)
South West ComCare Social Service Award 2012,
Benjamin Teo Chye Hee
South West ComCare Social Service Award 2009,
Lee Seng Meng
Outstanding Social Worker Award 2004,
Wong Cher Meng (Mrs)
Outstanding Social Worker Award 2002,
Esther Koh (Ms)