Our Employee Value Proposition – ‘Because We Care’

We are professionals committed to enhancing dementia care, knowledge and advocacy in Singapore. We support each other in our common pursuit to inspire society to regard and respect persons living with dementia as individuals who can lead purposeful and meaningful lives, and to create a more compassionate society.

Communication, openness and innovation are key traits within our Dementia Singapore family. We listen to each other’s feedback and suggestions, and work together to make Dementia Singapore a better place to work in.

We care for the well-being of our team so that we can provide the highest standard of care to our clients. This includes providing for career growth for all employees of Dementia Singapore, while also catering for good work-life harmony to allow for personal growth and development.

Flexible Work Arrangement

As part of our Work-Life Harmony strategy, we adopt the Flexible Work Arrangement (depending on the job nature) where our employees can work from anywhere and choose their preferred work time!

Flexi-Time – Work in staggered hours arrangement.
Flexi-Location – Work from wherever is comfortable, conducive, and convenient for you.

At Dementia Singapore , we believe that achieving work-life balance will allow every valued staff of the Dementia Singapore family to satisfy their professional and personal goals.

If you aspire to be part of a dedicated, multi-disciplinary team that works to improve our clients’ lives, come join us!

Applicants may send your CV in MS Word or PDF format to [email protected].

If you did not find any relevant opportunities, you may submit a general application.

Do note that only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

Practicum/Clinical Attachment Opportunities

  • Diploma students pursuing Nursing, Psychology, Gerontology at local polytechnics
  • Undergraduate or Graduate Diploma students pursuing Social Work or Occupational Therapy at local universities
  • Post-graduate students pursuing Gerontology, Social Work or Art Therapy at local universities

Career Opportunities


  • Assist clients in daily living activities such as personal hygiene, feeding, etc.
  • Assess and implement a care plan to meet clients’ individual needs.
  • Initiate and conduct group and individual activities and therapy sessions with clients.
  • Assist in planning and arranging transport for clients.
  • Ensure proper administration of medication and maintain proper storage.
  • Maintain clients’ attendance and records daily.
  • Record information and clients’ monthly assessment reports.
  • Assist the Manager in the yearly inventory.
  • Demonstrate good interpersonal relationships with caregivers and staff.
  • Carry out any ad-hoc duties and responsibilities as and when assigned.


  • Certificate in nursing recognized by the SNB registration as an Enrolled Nurse.
  • Prior working experience in the eldercare sector is an advantage.
  • Patient care skills and communication skills with the elderly.
  • Attention to detail; good in customer service and positive attitude.


  • Ensure wellbeing of clients.
  • Ensure clients medical and dietary requirements are met.
  • Assist clients with activities of daily living and toileting needs.
  • Assist in carrying out daily activities and programmes at Centre.
  • In charge of pantry & washroom cleaning, procurement of groceries and maintenance of Centre.
  • Carry out any other duties as & when assigned.


  • Interested in working and caring for the elderly.
  • Possess a caring and nurturing personality.
  • Good communication skills.
  • 5-day work week (Mon-Fri).


  • Ensure well-being of clients
  • Ensure clients’ medical and dietary requirements are met
  • Assist clients with activities of daily living & toileting needs
  • Assist in carrying out Centre’s daily activities and programmes


  • Interested in working and caring for the elderly.
  • Good communication skills.
  • 5-day work week (Mon-Fri).


  • Assist the Team Lead in the development of a palliative care framework, its implementation and review of practices.
  • Assist in the development of palliative care resources that benefit the community care sector at large.
  • Provide clinical support to persons living with dementia and carers to improve their well-being, especially towards the advanced stage of dementia.
  • Support DSG frontline staff in palliative care, especially in end-of-life care.
  • Conduct case assessments and formulate Individualized Care Plans for persons with dementia and their carers.
  • Provide interventions such as psychoeducation, behavioural management, meaningful engagement, supportive counselling, and service referral.
  • Conduct Advance Care Planning (ACP) with persons with dementia and their carers.
  • Liaise and collaborate with multidisciplinary professionals and external service providers for holistic care management.
  • Provide case recordings and relevant documentation.
  • Participate in team meetings and case conferences as required.
  • Assist in preparing data and statistics for programme evaluation and reporting purposes.
  • Any other duties as assigned.


  • Degree in Allied Health / Social Work.
  • Prior working experience in community palliative care and dementia care.
  • Familiar with the person-centred approach to dementia care.
  • Experience in providing support to people with advanced dementia and their carers.
  • Good team player and interpersonal skills.
  • Good oral, written and communication skills.
  • Able to work independently and with the team to achieve optimal care outcomes.


  • To provide administrative support to caseworkers.
  • To provide casework support that includes but is not limited to duties like information and referrals, liaising with external agencies and carers, home visits and other aspects of social work services.
  • To liaise with external agencies like hospitals and social services agencies to triage appropriate services and support for people with dementia and their carers.
  • To provide intervention such as psychoeducation on dementia and supportive counselling as part of the case management support.
  • To prepare, attend and participate in case conferences and case discussion meetings as required.
  • To prepare minutes of meetings.
  • To keep appropriate case recordings and produce timely reports, as required, in accordance with departmental policies and procedures such as database administration, data entry for statistical compilation, and filing.
  • Any other duties assigned when required.


  • Diploma in any discipline, preferably with 2 years of experience working in the social service sector.
  • Meticulous with data entry.
  • Competent in Microsoft Office and administrative skills.
  • Prior experience in working with persons with dementia or carers is an added advantage.


  • Self-motivated and a good team player
  • Able to work under pressure with deadline submission for reports
  • Good attention to details
  • Good communication skills
As a donor, you can make a difference to the dementia landscape. Make a contribution now.
As a donor, you can make a difference to the dementia landscape.
Make a contribution now.