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Assistant Manager, Wellbeing Community Development
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Assistant Manager, Community Development (Wellbeing)

NTU's University Wellbeing Office was established to provide a strong wellbeing support ecosystem for employees and students. With positive mental health as a key priority, you will be part of a team to coordinate new efforts, including strengthening a culture of mutual respect and collegial support, expanding preventive and outreach programmes, ensuring timely intervention, improving counselling services, and strengthening policies, procedures, and partnerships.

The ideal candidate for this position will play a key role in planning and implementing programmes and initiatives to develop and promote wellbeing in NTU community wellbeing, through nurturing and managing the various wellbeing communities of practice (CoPs), as well as to promote organizational culture of wellbeing at the same time. Members of NTU's wellbeing CoPs are volunteer employees and students who are passionate and committed to wellbeing.

Key Responsibilities:

Developing Wellbeing Communities
  • Plan and implement initiatives and training to nurture wellbeing Community of Practice (CoP) in NTU


Managing Volunteers and Stakeholders
  • Facilitate CoP-led programmes to increase reach and impact of CoPs in NTU
  • Coordinate administration of, provide support to volunteers in CoPs
  • Collaborate with various NTU offices to advance community wellbeing in NTU


Nurturing a Wellbeing Culture
  • Facilitate creation of new CoPs to enhance organisational wellbeing
  • Monitor community wellbeing pulse of NTU, conduct wellbeing needs analysis and ensure initiatives and programmes remain relevant and responsive to NTU's evolving wellbeing needs.
  • Support the review and updating of university-level community wellbeing related policies


Requirements:
  • Minimally a bachelor's degree in any related field from a recognised University. Specialisation in business or social sciences, or psychology, preferred.
  • Possess at least 3 years of relevant experience in tertiary education sector. Experience in organisational/ community development and/or volunteer management will be an advantage.
  • A strong commitment and passion towards wellbeing and support.
  • Excellent team player with strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office and technological tools and information systems relevant in an university landscape.
  • Fluent with data collection and management. Knowledge of analytic methods, approaches, tools, and implementation will be advantageous.


Hiring Institution: NTU
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Assistant Manager, Wellbeing Community Development
Singapore
a month ago
N/A
Full-time