SG Enable Pte Ltd – Intern, Independent Living and Caregiver Support (Caregiver Empowerment)

SG Enable Pte Ltd
Intern, Independent Living and Caregiver Support (Caregiver Empowerment)
Date Listed
25 Mar 2024
Job Type
Entry Level / Junior Executive
Job Period
From Apr 2024 - Jul 2024
Social Services / Charity
Social Services
Location Name
20 Lengkok Bahru, Singapore
20 Lengkok Bahru, Singapore
Allowance / Remuneration
$1,000 monthly
Company Profile

About SG Enable

As the first-stop and focal agency for disability in Singapore, SG Enable raises awareness on disability issues and facilitates access to disability schemes and services. It brings partners together to share knowledge, collaborate and innovate, striving towards a common goal of building an inclusive Singapore and enabling lives. Set up by the Ministry of Social and Family Development in 2013, it is a registered charity and an Institution of a public character.

About Independent Living and Caregiver Support Division 

The Independent Living and Caregiver Support Division develops ecosystem support to empower persons with disabilities and caregivers through integration of services and accessibility, improving built & digital environment and enabling adoption of tech solutions. The division contributes towards the capability building of persons with disabilities, caregivers, and sector professionals; and implement initiatives that enhance the independent living skills of persons with disabilities.

Job Description

Project Description

Conduct literature review and support the conduct of needs assessments on emerging areas of caregiver needs (Eg. sibling caregiver)


Key Duties & Responsibilities / Work Areas

The intern will support the team in the various areas below (non-exhaustive):

  • Conduct desktop research on caregiver-related support and resources.
  • Support the team in designing/development of consultation sessions to find out the needs of different groups of caregivers.
  • Possible opportunities to facilitate conversations with caregivers.
  • Analyse data collected from consultations and provide recommendations and highlight gaps



  • Preferred course of study: Social Sciences
  • Strong organisational and analytical skills
  • Strong project management and time management skills
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to contribute as part of a team, while working independently on individual responsibilities with some supervision
  • Undertake other company activities and roles as and when required
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