[GOVT | $ 5,500/MTH] Assistant Director (Operations) | Diploma & Degree | Harbourfront

Location: Singapore
Job Type: Temporary / Contract
Reference: JO-2205-16554

·      Nearest MRT Station: Harboufront

·      12 Months Contract (6 months + 6 months)

·      Preferably with at least 15 - 19 years of experience

 

Working Hours (Dependent on Department:

a)

Mondays - Fridays 8.30am - 6.00pm

Note: May be required to work on weekends and public holidays, due to operations demands.


b)

Alternate working days, 12-hr shift

8.00am - 9.00pm, including one hour lunch break (including Sat/Sun/PH)


Job Scope:

1) Supervisory

• Supervise and lead the team in stakeholder and vendor management, including negotiations with internal and external parties including government bodies, volunteers, external auditors, vendors etc.

• Provide guidance in the preparation of operational reports and recommendations.

• Assist the Director in setting goals that promote the profile of the team and provide professional advice and guidance to the staff in relation to their work and career matters

• Oversee and manage the workload and daily activities of the team and ensure outcomes are achieved with efficiency.

• Assist in the preparation of budget, operational schedules, and other organisational reports, when required.


2) Project Management

• Manage cross-functional teams in project deliveries and assist to track project timelines and milestones.

• Manage contract terms, change management, identify potential risks and devise contingency plans.

• Provide regular projects communications including status updates to senior management and stakeholders.

• Create a positive team environment and coordinate work effort of each team member in a cohesive fashion.

• Participate in tender project management and maintenance costing as well as quotations.


3) Policy and Planning

• Direct and administer complex planning projects and participate in the development of new initiatives.

• Identify the inter-relationship of diverse planning issues and advise COVID-19 Operations on the best way to effectively integrate agency-wide planning efforts.

• Analyse, interpret, and explain complex planning reports and studies.

• Communicate effectively and persuasively, both orally and in writing, to a wide variety of diverse constituencies and stakeholders.

• Establish and maintain highly effective working relationships with direct and indirect employees and leadership team in COVID-19 Operations.

• Represent MOH or the Task Group in negotiations, meetings and forums convened to discuss policy and planning issues.


Job Requirements:

Only Singaporean

Min. Diploma and Degree above

Proficient in Microsoft Office Applications

Meticulous with attention to details