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[Expired] Director, Social Enterprises

Movement for the Intellectually Disabled of Singapore (MINDS)
Posted On :13 Sep 2013


Job Summary

  • Salary:   Undisclosed
  • Work Type: Permanent / Full Time
  • Min. Education Level: Degree
  • Field of Study: Business
  • Years of Experience: 8
  • Skills: Possess strong business acumen and excellent interpersonal and relational skills

Job Descriptions

Reporting to the CEO, your key responsibilities are to:

  1. Develop and drive new business initiatives and expand the current social enterprises that employ persons with special needs.
  2. Develop sound business plans, including undertaking feasibility studies and market surveys, and to drive implementation of business plans.
  3. Contract negotiation and business management.
  4. Develop strong partnerships with all stakeholders, donors, corporations and volunteers to grow the social enterprises
  5. Provide leadership and direction to the Managers of the business units
  6. Manage the P&L, Budgets and ensure compliance with Corporate Governance Regulations
  7. Oversee, lead and provide directions for MINDS Employment Development Centres (sheltered workshops for adult clients)
  8. Create awareness of the abilities of the clients, and enhance networking with other related agencies

Job Benefits


Degree/Post-graduate degree in any discipline. You should be self-driven, mature, possess strong business acumen and excellent interpersonal and relational skills, a team motivator and have a proven track record in sales, business development, implementation of new business initiatives, managing businesses with P&L responsibility.

About This Company

  • Movement for the Intellectually Disabled of Singapore (MINDS)
    Social Services / Non-Profit Organisations

MINDS is one of the oldest and largest non-governmental organisations catering to the needs of persons with intellectual disability in Singapore since 1962. Our organisation runs:4 Special Schools; 3 Employment Development Centres (EDCs); 4 Training and Development Centres (TDCs); 2 Homes (One for adult, one for children); 1 Hostel (adults) to cater to the educational, vocational, social and welfare needs of persons with intellectual disability.

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