Dec 2018

HOME is seeking a Community Engagement Executive to foster quality engagement and interactions with, and amongst, its growing audiences online and offline.

You will be responsible for delivering HOME’s messages to audiences including migrant workers’ communities, volunteers and corporate partners, under the following five areas:

Supporting campaign work

  • Participating in the development of campaign strategy;

  • Developing and implementing mobilisation plans for campaigns;

  • Managing recruitment for campaigns;

  • Ensuring delivery of actions;

  • Development of advocacy materials: pamphlets, videos etc.

Managing HOME’s communications

  • Social media: Updating and managing HOME Facebook page, Twitter and Instagram accounts, overseeing Humans of HOME;

  • Managing website: Scheduling editorial calendar, assign/write/edit stories;

  • Managing the quarterly newsletter;

  • Responding to inquiries from students, volunteers, people who want to donate

    items, initiate projects/partnerships etc.;

  • Speaking engagements: Participating in panel discussions, forums, school talks


  • Organizing/liaising with those who want to organize outreach events like talks, forums, legal workshops etc;

Supporting workers’ communities and outreach work

  • Helping organise migrant workers’ communities on Sundays;

  • Organising meetings, community events and trainings for domestic and non-

    domestic workers’ communities;

  • Regular check-ins with community leaders;

  • Co-creating annual work plans with community leaders and supporting

    community leaders in executing the work plans;

  • With inputs from staff and community leaders, developing outreach plans for

    different communities and ensuring delivery of actions. Communities would include, but are not limited to Filipino, Indonesian, Burmese, Indian, Bangladeshi and Chinese migrant workers;

  • Act as a liaison with community, funding and business groups for partnerships and funding opportunities.

Mainstream media engagement

  • Responding to media inquiries;

  • Contacting media to share potential news items.

Design support

  • Development of advocacy materials: Pamphlets, videos etc.;

  • Supporting different teams for development of outreach and communication

    material, including flyers, banners, event invites, and a range of collaterals.

Volunteer support

  • Supporting recruitment and engagement of volunteers;

  • Engaging volunteers in the above listed activities.

  • Ensuring consistency of HOME’s messaging across all channels.

And You...

  • A degree in Marketing/Community Organisation or relevant discipline;

  • Two to three years of proven work experience in a similar role;

  • A true passion to work on human rights issues;

  • Hands-on experience with social media management;

  • Demonstrable experience launching community initiatives, e.g. building an online forum or launching an advocacy programme;

  • Demonstrable experience working with donors and partners in the non-profit sector;

  • Ability to identify and track relevant community engagement metrics;

  • A good communicator that’s comfortable with public speaking;

  • Strong working knowledge of online and offline marketing and marketing channels;

  • Excellent team player with the confidence to guide other team members or colleagues in his/her areas of domain expertise, balanced with the capacity to learn about HOME, its culture, its mission and its intended audiences;

  • Attention to detail and ability to multitask.


Interested applicants should email Ms Stephanie Chok at with your CV and a cover letter of interest. Please also attach your latest writing samples. Thank you!

Stephanie Chok