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Physiotherapist

Responsibilities

  • Responsible for running community cardiac rehabilitation classes including prescription, progression assessment and management of cardiac patients referred for rehabilitation
  • Provide assessment to determine appropriate programmes for individual client’s needs for their well-being
  • Provide ongoing support for risk factor management to high-risk individuals
  • Create an effective and safe environment for patients receiving physiotherapy or persons using the facility
  • Conduct health and education talks/seminars
  • Involved in areas of wellness, weight management programmes and cardiovascular disease prevention

The Senior Physiotherapist will be expected to take on supervisory and administrative roles, identify developments in preventive healthcare, treatment and rehabilitation, as well as propose new initiatives.

Requirements

  • Degree or Diploma Holder in Physiotherapy recognised by Allied Health Professions Council (AHPC)
  • Obtained full registration with AHPC
  • Experience in cardiac rehabilitation programme/exercise will be an advantage
  • Positive attitude and able to work as a team
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills
Dietitian

You will be part of the Heart Wellness Multi-Disciplinary Team, responsible for providing quality nutrition and dietetic services to heart patients, individuals at-risk of cardiovascular disease and the general public through health and nutrition talks, workshops, activities, and etc.

Responsibilities

  • Provide nutrition assessment, nutrition support, counselling and education to cardiac patients, their families/carers individually or in groups.
  • Conduct nutrition talks and activities to the community and corporates to promote nutrition health and heart wellness.
  • Participate in approved nutrition related research.
  • Develop heart health educational media/materials for nutrition counselling and patient/public education.
  • Assist in relevant ad-hoc duties and responsibilities at the Foundation, across all departments

Requirements

  • Degree in Dietetics, recognised by Ministry of Health, Singapore
  • Registered dietitian at Singapore Nutrition & Dietetics Association (SNDA) or any recognised Dietitians Association preferred
  • Minimum 2-3 years of relevant experience in clinical setting.
  • Outgoing personality with good presentation skills
  • Good time management, planning and interpersonal skills
  • Bilingual preferred
Assistant Manager (Finance & Procurement)

The Assistant Manager manages the running of procurement and financial operations, responsible for timely month-end and year-end financial closings including financial and management reporting.  He / She ensure compliance with company policies, corporate directives and procurement/accounting policies.

Responsibilities

  • Provide leadership and coordination in the procurement, administrative, business planning, accounting and budgeting efforts of the company
  • Exercise internal control policies, guidelines, and procedures for procurement, accounting and cash management
  • Prepare or direct preparation of financial statements, business activity reports, financial position forecasts, annual budgets, and/or reports required by regulatory agencies
  • Develop, implement and update/maintain robust procurement/accounting policies, procedures and internal controls
  • Assist in monthly budget utilisation and other management reports including variance analysis, quarterly financial update to the management, Audit Committee, Board and other stakeholders
  • Review and enhance work processes and internal controls, making recommendations for improvement where necessary
  • Monitor cash flow, accounts and other financial transactions
  • Coordinate and facilitate audits on the SHF’s operations and financial activities
  • Work closely with various divisions to resolve operational procurement/finance issues
  • Supervise finance/procurement staff on the accurate and timely processing of all financial/procurement transactions, including raising of grant disbursement claims
  • Responsible for asset accounting
  • Manage different types of funds and ensuring proper accounting and tracking of each fund type
  • Secretariat to Audit & Governance Committee and Investment Committee
  • Ensure compliance with the corporate governance for Charities and Institution of a Public Character (IPC) and meeting all reporting requirements
  • Coordination and input into SHF’s Strategic Plan in budget/ERM/IA/EA planning
  • Negotiation/ Discussion with the Ministries and Govt depts as necessary to obtain desired funding quantum
  • Adopt best practices to minimise financial risk
  • Other ad hoc projects assigned​

Requirements

  • Minimally 6 – 10 years of relevant finance/accounting experience, a CA is necessary
  • Preferably at least 2 years of managerial experience, audit experience is a plus
  • Accredited degree in Accounting
  • Competency in Singapore Financing Reporting Standards and other finance/accounting statutory requirements
  • Knowledge of Accpac and Procurement is preferred
  • Familiar with Code of Governance for Charities and IPCs is an advantage
  • Experience in financial planning and budgeting
  • Experience in P&L responsibilities
  • Ability to promote and execute changes and is pro-solution
  • Ability to translate numbers into practicality
  • A good meeting minutes writer