Why choose Rainbow?

At Rainbow Centre we believe in recognising and respecting the uniqueness of every individual. This applies to the people we serve, and also to those whom we serve alongside each day.

We believe that diversity within our team makes us stronger, so we welcome people with different backgrounds and experiences. We’re always on the lookout for people who share our values, who are compassionate, who want to serve persons with disabilities, and who are able to fuel that into an everyday dedication; people who are keen to continuously learn so that they can bring their best to the people we serve.

If that’s you, we would love to hear from you!

We value our staff. We know the impact we create is greater when our people know they are taken care of. So we invest in our people by:

Providing development opportunities such as training, workshops, consultancies and coaching sessions

Offering varied job opportunities across our many programmes for vertical and lateral progression

Offering competitive salaries which are benchmarked to the NCSS Social Service Sector Salary Guidelines

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Programme Executive for Young Adult Activities (YAA!)

Apply now Job no: 492353
Work type: Contract, Permanent (Full-time)
Location: All locations, Margaret Drive
Categories: Others

We are looking for an Programme Executive to join our Young Adult Activities (YAA) team. You will play a key role in the design and implementation of programme activities, service coordination and administrative structures and processes in the programme. You will also work to promote, assist and develop links with local communities, public agencies and the corporate sector in implementing and raising awareness of Rainbow Centre programs.


Key responsibilities:

  • Programme and office administration which includes planning and maintaining the key activities and providing operational, logistical and administrative support for the respective programmes.

  • Publicity and public engagement / outreach, through planning and implementing key activities and developing materials. 

  • Reporting and communications



  • Typically a Diploma or Degree holder

  • Minimum 3 years of related working experience, preferably in a similar setting, with at least 2 years experience working with individual with disabilities

  • Prior experience in project/event coordination or management will be an asset

  • Excellent oral, written and interpersonal communications skills in dealing with and engaging people at all levels

  • Possess skills in record keeping & billing, inventory management, financial management, physical distribution and logistics and computing skills (e.g. excel, powerpoint, word etc.)

  • Highly skilled in planning, organization, communication, presentation, facilitation, event management, evaluation, report writing and correspondence


We offer you:

  • 13th month AWS + performance bonus + competitive salary commensurate with qualifications and experience

  • Training and development as well as coaching and guidance

  • Care for staff wellbeing, such as self-care leave and family-care leave, on top of annual leave

  • Flexible work arrangements where possible


This position is on a 1-year contract basis in the first instance, with the possibility of extension. 

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