Student Care Assistant (Yishun Park)

About the Role

Are you keen to contribute to quality care, learning opportunities and meaningful engagement for students with disabilities?

As a Student Care Assistant with Rainbow Centre, you will support students’ life skills development and enhance their accessibility to community resources.

Our out-of-school-hours student care service (OOSH) for students with disabilities, offer vibrant, nurturing and safe environments with a range of activities aimed at cultivating the interests and abilities of each student and recognising them as unique individuals.

On a typical day, students will be guided by a timetable where there will be opportunities for participation in daily living routines such as hygiene and self-care, meals, and cleaning. There will be facilitated activities designed and planned in collaboration with students, incorporating their interests, strengths, and abilities.

List of Care Facilitator responsibilities include :

  • Participate in the development of students’ Individual Care Plan by monitoring, observing and recording students’ progress to provide data for appropriate individualised care and learning outcomes.
  • Prepare learning materials and learning environments that utilise materials, resources and technology in ways appropriate to the content area.Some examples of activities are reading, play and exercises.
  • Work with parents, teachers and volunteers to contextualize and generalise learning and engagement at home and community.
  • Work as a team to ensure student integration of skills and learning in activities.

This position is also open to interested applicants who will like to join us on a temporary or a part-time basis. Please do indicate in your application that you are applying for this position on a temporary/part-time basis. Do note we are looking for candidates for our Yishun Park Student Care Centre.

Candidate Requirements

  • Passionate about working in the social service sector
  • Preferably experienced working with students with disabilities and/or working in a student care setting
  • At least 3 “O” Levels or partial “A” Level or Fresh NITEC with pass in English
  • Good communication, interpersonal and problem solving skills
  • Adaptive and innovative
  • Committed to collaboration and teamwork for effective attainment of work goals and supporting the overall organisational culture


At Rainbow Centre we envision a world where persons with disabilities are empowered and thriving in inclusive communities. We are always on the lookout for people who share our values, who are passionate about serving persons with disabilities and their families; and who are keen to keep learning so they can bring their best to the people we serve. 

    Employment Type:
    Full Time (Permanent/Short-term)/Part Time


    Qualified and interested candidates are invited to email your resume, duly completed Job Application Form together with copies of your Educational Certificates and Transcripts to

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