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Non-Teaching Positions

(i) Student Welfare Officer



  • Provide social support to at-risk students and work with their families and other community partners to address barriers to learning and strengthening the safety net for these students;
  • Put in place suitable processes and system for needs analysis, early identification, and referral and casework interventions to support at-risk students;
  • Provide student-centric casework support and consultation to the students at-risk and their families with the focus on parenting and the students’ well-being;
  • Act as a mentor for these students and empower them to make informed life choices;
  • Develop, coordinate and run relevant prevention programmes for these students with their families, where necessary;
  • Visit homes to assess the needs of students at-risk and their families;
  • Make referrals to the relevant agencies for the students’ families to enhance their access to community resources and services;
  • Work with the student support team of the school for early identification, case management and proactive measures to prevent and manage risk behaviours among the school students;
  • Monitor and manage statutory cases;
  • Help engage and re-integrate students who have been absent from school for extended periods.


  • A passionate team player who has the commitment and disposition to work with at-risk students and their families;
  • Cultural sensitivity, and an openness to diverse views;
  • Emotional stability, resourcefulness and resilience;
  • A tertiary qualification in social work or counselling, or relevant experience and expertise
  • Preferably at least 5 years of working experience in a youth social work setting e.g. experience in conducting Guidance Program (GP), Youth-At-Risk Engagement (YARE), Enhanced Step-up (ESU), knowledge of parenting programs like Signpost and Triple P etc., familiarity with other family support agencies e.g. FSCs, SSOs, DSSAs, CPS would be an advantage.

(ii) Allied Educator (School Counsellor)




  • To work with the school counselling team to develop an effective counselling programme that is developmental, preventive, remedial & responsive to support the social and emotional needs of students;
  • To provide counselling support, individually and in group setting, to help students improve self-management and overcome behavioral challenges;
  • To work with students to identify their strengths, interests, and needs so as to help them strengthen their academic, personal and social development;
  • To guide and support at-risk/high-needs students to develop prosocial behaviours;
  • To work together with AED(LBS) to provide intervention support to students with special educational needs (SEN) and enable them to adjust to the school and classroom learning environment well;
  • To identify high-needs students and families for referral to external agencies e.g. family service centre (FSC) for assistance;
  • To partner relevant stakeholders e.g. parents, FSC, MSF, police etc. to support the behavioural improvement of at-risk/high-needs students;
  • To help parents and teachers identify potential behavioral problems with their students, and provide students with support as they try to overcome disabilities or developmental problems;
  • To monitor students in classroom and play settings, and suggest changes to the curriculum so that it better meets the needs of the students;
  • To provide periodic updates on the counselling programme to school management;
  • To conduct professional sharing on the school counselling programme and intervention support for teachers and parents;


  • Degree or Post-Graduate Diploma in Counselling / Psychology.
  • Able to work with students from diverse family backgrounds.
  • Possess resourcefulness to work effectively and efficiently in a fast-paced work environment.
  • Has positive attitude, able to work under pressure, meticulous and able to work independently.
  • Good oral and written communication skills.
  • Good interpersonal skills and ability to work as a team.
  • Caring, responsible and driven.


Please email the application form, together with a detailed resume with a recent photograph, stating your academic/professional qualifications, working experience, and current and expected salaries to Ms Marina Wong at hr@crestsec.edu.sg. Please indicate the job title on the subject heading of your email. 

Click here to download the job application form. 

We regret that only shortlisted candidates will be notified. Only Singaporeans and Permanent Residents may apply for the above positions. 

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Remuneration will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.