Careers with Habitat Singapore

We're looking for dynamic individuals who share our vision of creating a world where everyone has a decent place to live. Habitat for Humanity Singapore is a Christian non-profit housing organisation, working with and for people of all backgrounds regardless of their race, language or religion. 


Want to help bring better living conditions to vulnerable groups? This is your opportunity to put your professional skills — whether in HR, finance, communications or operations — towards a good cause. If you're comfortable working in a lean yet close-knit team and enjoy being involved with our work on the ground, then look no further. Explore our job openings below and join the team.

Available Positions: 

Programme Assistant (Part-time)

What gets you springing out of bed every morning? For us in Habitat for Humanity Singapore’s Programmes team, it’s having the opportunity to serve the less fortunate by creating a decent place for them to call home. At our local programme - Project HomeWorks, we work with vulnerable persons and families in Singapore who need help to transform their homes into a safe and sanitary state. We assist homeowners through a series of intensive half-day sessions powered by staff and volunteers, providing a combination of one or more of the following services depending on the need: Pest control, painting, intensive cleaning and re-organising.


This work involves:

  • Liaising with referring partners- usually social workers from government agencies, VWOs;

  • Co-creating solutions with homeowners during home visits;

  • Equipping and inspiring volunteers from all walks of life to join in the work;

  • Managing project logistics and operations;

  • Documenting project details and expenses.

For the Programme Assistant (Part-time) position, we are looking for someone who:

  • Is willing to uphold the mission and vision of Habitat for Humanity Singapore.

  • Possesses strong organising skills with a good eye for detail;

  • Possesses good people relations skills in engaging beneficiaries, volunteers and partners;

  • Has a self-driven, mature personality and works well in team settings;

  • Has a reasonably fit and healthy physique as work can be physically demanding.

You will also need to be:

  • Proficient in Microsoft office applications and email

  • Proficient in written and spoken English

  • The job involves interaction with beneficiaries who may only speak Mandarin. Knowledge of basic conversational Mandarin is essential.

  • Able to work on 1 Saturday per month

It’s a plus if you:

  • Are conversant in a third language (dialects, and/or Malay)

  • Possess a valid Class 3A driving license

This is an entry-level position with 12 months contract on a part-time basis. Coupled with Habitat for Humanity's status as a charity, applicants should enjoy working for altruistic purposes, and have the right expectations with regard to remuneration and benefits. You must also be willing to communicate and affirm Habitat's principles.


If you are interested to join us and be part of our exciting and meaningful ministry, please email maggie@habitat.org.sg by 15 Sep 2021 (Wed):
1) Your complete CV (with a recent photo and your salary expectations) AND
2) A short write-up on:
- What do you know about Habitat for Humanity Singapore and its Project HomeWorks programme?
- Why would you like to join us as a staff member?

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for an interview.


Youth Community Organiser Intern


Some say youths are the leaders of tomorrow. At Habitat for Humanity Singapore, we believe that youths are the leaders of today.


Engaging youth volunteers deeply in the work of Habitat is key to the programmes we run. Every young person volunteering, fundraising, raising awareness and adding their voices in support of affordable housing, can help families achieve the strength, stability and self-reliance they need to build better lives for themselves. At Habitat for Humanity Singapore, our work with the youth seeks to increase the depth of our reach to schooling youths, building the capacity of youth volunteers to do much more, and to give them the platform to explore projects that build sustainable communities.


This work involves:

  • Outreach to educational institutions and youth groups which includes 

    • Following up on existing relationships with youth partners such as schools, youth groups, and ad-hoc youth volunteers.

    • Planning and executing a variety of roadshows, exhibits, and awareness talks to share about the work of Habitat Singapore.

    • Identifying partnership opportunities to engage interested institutions and youth groups.

  • Manage relationships with potential and existing short-term youth volunteer groups

    • Being good stewards of existing/positive leads.

    • Keeping track of leads and relationships through our data system.



For the internship position, it will be ideal if you are someone who:

  • Enjoys seeing the potential in youths to do good.

  • Possesses experience in tele/email-marketing, sales, and facing rejection in many forms. 

  • Possesses effective interpersonal and communication skills.

  • Has a self-driven and mature personality for professional interaction with external stakeholders (e.g. teachers, curriculum planners, external partners).

  • Able to communicate and work effectively across departments


You will definitely need to be:

  • Proficient in Microsoft office applications, emails, and using a telephone.

  • Proficient in written and spoken English.


It’s a plus if you:

  • Have interest in publicity and communications via social media.

  • Have experience using a CRM platform.

  • Have volunteered in one of our events.


The Internship Experience:


Over the past 14 years, we’ve constantly pushed the envelope, expanding and adapting to meet the pressing needs of our community. We do this to realise our vision for a world where everyone has a decent place to live.


Interns will be able to gain first-hand insights into how we manage for organisation excellence locally and internationally. You will also have an in-depth understanding and experience in learning how Habitat for Humanity Singapore operates and sustains its programmes- from operations to financials.


Internship length:

  • 3 months or 6 months

If you are interested to join us and be part of our exciting and meaningful organisation, please email us your (i) complete CV (including your salary expectations) and (ii) the internship period that you’re applying for to victor@habitat.org.sg.


Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for an interview.