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Join us in championing better family eldercare.

Keen to champion better family eldercare?


St Joseph’s Home is a newly redeveloped six-storey building that can accommodate up to 412 people at full capacity. The home offers a range of services like nursing care, psycho-social, therapy, dementia and hospice care as well as community programmes for our live-in residents.



(1) Educarer (Infant Care)

Key Roles and Responsibilities:

– Design and implement programmes for infants from 2 months to 18 months and children aged 18 months to 6 years

– Plan activities and source for materials

– Engage parents and stakeholders to ensure service standards


– Certificate in Infant/Toddler Care and Development recognised by ECDA

– Minimum 2 years of relevant experience


(2) Physiotherapist

Key Roles and Responsibilities:

– Conduct physiotherapy assessments, plan and implement suitable interventions and evaluations for residents

– Prepare for and participate in care planning discussions

– Supervise Therapy Assistants

– Carry out administrative and operational responsibilities in selected departmental projects


– Full registration with Allied Health Professional Council

– Minimum 3 years of clinical experience

– Able to speak and understand English as well as at least one of the following: Mandarin, Malay, Tamil, Hindi, Teochew, Hokkien, Cantonese, Hakka or Hainanese


(3) Therapy Assistant

Key Roles and Responsibilities:

– Implement physical therapy treatment plans as directed by the managing Therapist

– Help to instruct and guide residents in the correct use of therapy equipment & mobility aids (including performing manual transfers in a safe manner)

– Document residents’ physiotherapy attendances

– Participate in assigned department projects


– Secondary School education

– Compassionate nature with the desire to serve elderly and children

– A team player with good interpersonal and communication skills


(4) Nurse Manager

Key Roles and Responsibilities:

– Responsible for planning, directing and supervising clinical care team

– Run ongoing training programmes for healthcare staff and nurses

– Administer nurses’ rostering schedules and policy reviews

– Support and motivate nurses within your team


– Registered with Singapore Nursing Board and holding a valid Practising Certificate

– Minimum Degree in Nursing

– Minimum 6 to 8 years of relevant nursing and supervisory experience

– Advanced/Diploma in Gerontology will be an added advantage

– A team player with good interpersonal skills and possess effective leadership & managerial qualities

– Good written and oral communication skills

– Ability to perform shift duty would be an advantage


(5) Staff Nurse 

Key Roles and Responsibilities:

– Responsible for daily nursing care and activities of elderly residents

– Work in teams and supervise junior nurses in nursing duties

– Provide hands-on training to junior nurses

– Facilitate debrief and handover during shift changes


– Registered with Singapore Nursing Board and holding a valid Practising Certificate

– Minimum Diploma in Nursing

– Minimum 3 years of relevant nursing experience


(6) Enrolled Nurse

Key Roles and Responsibilities:

– Responsible for daily nursing care and activities of elderly residents

– Assist staff nurse in supervisory and clinical work for the care of elderly residents

– Work in teams


– Registered with Singapore Nursing Board and holding a valid Practising Certificate

– Minimum NITEC in Nursing

– Minimum 1 year of relevant nursing experience


(7) Health Care Assistants

For many of our residents, activities of daily living such as going to the toilet or taking a shower pose a challenge. This is where the health care assistant (HCA) comes in to provide that pivotal support so that residents can continue living their lives. As the HCAs work in close contact with our residents, they act as that important bridge to bring our residents closer to the feeling of being able to lead a normal life.

Key Roles and Responsibilities:

– Assist residents with their activities of daily living such as eating, showering and provide other services to meet the physical and emotional needs of residents.

– Assist nursing staff to administer basic procedures related to resident care and despatching duties

– On-the-job training will be provided


– NITEC / N Level / Completed Secondary Education


(8) Night Health Care Assistant (for Dusk-to-Dawn – an overnight respite service for caregivers of persons with dementia) 

Persons with dementia can experience ‘sundowning’ – where they get confused, anxious and agitated toward late afternoon and evening. This disrupts the sleep of their caregivers. Dusk-to-Dawn (DTD) is a night respite service for caregivers of persons with dementia. While the resident is with us, the caregiver gets a good night’s rest and can continue providing care to this resident the next day.

When residents are unable to fall asleep in the night, customised activities are planned for them. This is where the night HCA comes in to engage DTD residents in activities or in conversation. More importantly, the night HCA cultivates meaningful relationships with our DTD residents, helping them build a home away from home.

Key Roles and Responsibilities

– Station at the DTD programme centre

– Accompany seniors and encourage them to participate in an array of activities, specially tailored to their needs from 11.00 pm to 8.00 am.

– Documentation of residents’ care preferences (including sleeping habits, food and activity preferences)


– NITEC/N/O level or Certificate in Healthcare/Homecare Support

– Able to converse in at least one dialect

– Comfortable caring for female residents

– Minimum 1 year of relevant work experience in caring for elderly persons

– Work hours per week: 44 hours from 11.00 pm to 8.00 am for 5 nights, Mon to Fri

– Job trial of 3 to 5 nights will be arranged for selected candidate


– Minimum salary from $1850 and upwards, to be commensurate with relevant qualifications and experience

– Additional Night allowance of $10.00 per night worked


For all the above roles, the following are also required: 

–         You need to be a patient person with seniors and are passionate about championing better eldercare

–          You’re equally at home with working in a team as you are on your own

–          You understand the need to care not only for the physical health of our residents but of their emotional health and general well-being


To apply, kindly email us at or call the HR department at 6268 0482 to schedule a phone chat.