SCCCI Career

The Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce & Industry (SCCCI) invites applications for the posts of:

1. Assistant Researcher / Researcher (Heritage & Culture)

•    Conduct research on Chamber’s history and culture as well as collection.
•    Project Manager of SCCCI publications.
•    Work closely with curatorial team, outreach programmer, stakeholders to plan and execute special exhibitions and programmes that will grow the heritage and cultural scene.
•    In addition to content generator, must also support, plan and implement cultural programmes and new initiatives set by the Chamber to promote its heritage and culture, in particular Chinese Entrepreneurial Culture.
•    Any other duties assigned by the SCCCI Top Management.

•    Good university degree, preferably in the History or Arts and Social Sciences, with knowledge on Singapore and Chinese history and heritage.
•    Preferably 2-5 years of working experience in research, exhibition, project, collection management, account management and administration in heritage and cultural sectors.
•    Passionate to promote Chinese business culture and heritage, to inspire people and connect the communities.
•    Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English and Chinese.
•    A high level of initiative, drive and resourcefulness. 
•    Good facilitation and public engagement skills. 
•    Able to work independently and be a good team member. 
•    Able to work outside of regular office hours on event days (including evenings, weekends and public holidays) and the first day of Chinese New Year. (Off-in-Lieu will be given)

2. Senior Executive/ Assistant Manager (Research & Advocacy)

•    To actively undertake practical research and analysis on economic and business issues (e.g., enterprise capability building, manpower, business cost, internationalization, government assistance schemes, etc.) with a view to offer evidence-based recommendations and suggestions.
•    To participate in the design and conceptualization of research work, surveys/polls, undertake data collection and rigorous data analysis.
•    To work closely with various external stakeholders and partners, including government agencies, trade associations, academia, and consultancy firms.
•    To present and communicate research findings and recommendations to the government and business community.
•    To undertake advocacy work by effectively engaging the government to represent the interests/issues of trade associations and the business community.

•    Possess a good degree in Business, Economics, or Social Sciences from a recognised university.
•    Able to undertake independent and robust quantitative analysis.
•    A passion to use data to arrive at recommendations for business issues.
•    Able to plan and execute outreach initiatives to support research work and data gathering.
•    Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
•    Must be self-motivated, a team player, and demonstrate initiative and attention to detail.

3. Assistant Manager/ Manager (Education & Programmes)

•    Develop and implement an outreach strategy targeted at schools, youths, national servicemen, heartlanders and the community.
•    Conceptualise and organise community outreach programmes, educational activities and travelling exhibitions to promote greater awareness and appreciation of the SCBCH as well as Chinese business culture and community.
•    Collaborate with public and private sector organisations (including schools, NACLI, grassroots organisations, government agencies etc.) to introduce and organise community outreach programmes.
•    Build, cultivate and train a pool of dedicated and competent volunteers for SCBCH’s exhibitions and programmes.
•    Assist in other duties as assigned by the SCCCI Top Management.

•    Minimum a degree in History/ Arts & Social Sciences/ Education or other relevant disciplines with at least 3 years of relevant working experience in heritage-related projects or education/ outreach programmes.
•    Has passion and interest in local and Chinese history, culture and heritage.
•    Bilingual with proficiency in Mandarin preferred; to liaise with Mandarin-speaking clients.
•    Possess events, negotiations, communications, networking and project management skills.
•    Able to work independently yet be a good team player.
•    Demonstrate initiative and drive, willingness to take on additional duties when required.
•    Able to work outside of regular office hours, including evenings, weekends and public holidays. (Off-in-Lieu will be provided.)


4. Assistant Manager/ Manager (Creative & Marketing Communication)

•    To conceptualise, develop and facilitate campaigns to promote SCCCI's Chinese business culture, history and heritage.
•    To plan and implement creative marketing promotions, including digital marketing campaigns, events, e-blasts, brochures, flyers, etc.
•    To contribute with artistic vision and connect the organisation’s goals to the target audience, take responsibility for the final aesthetic and appeal of the projects.
•    To leverage media opportunities and social media posts from influential bloggers/writers to foster wider awareness.
•    To report on, review and analyse defined Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) achieved through marketing plans.
•    To undertake any other duties and responsibilities as and when assigned by the management.

•    A degree in Communication Studies, English, Journalism, Public Relations, Business, or related discipline.
•    Minimum 3 years of working experience.
•    Interested in public sector policy matters and in having a broad overview of cultural and business sector issues.
•    Excellent command of the English language with strong copywriting, speaking and presentation skills. Chinese proficiency will be a bonus.
•    A strategic thinker with strong critical thinking and project management skills.
•    Savvy in digital communications.
•    Good interpersonal communication skills.
•    Experienced in media relations with strong media contacts.
•    Able to work outside of regular office hours, including evenings, weekends and public holidays. (Off-in-Lieu will be provided.)


5. Executive/ Senior Executive (SCCCI Collection Special Project) - Contract

•    Project Management of the day-to-day storage, preservation, and conservation, data management systems of SCCCI collection.
•    Ensure accurate documentation, digitalisation and record-keeping of SCCCI collection.
•    Work closely with the curatorial team to develop exhibition through the SCCCI collection.
•    To support administrative work as well as develop an accessible, sustainable and inclusive collections management system for SCCCI collection.
•    Any other duties assigned by HOD or SCCCI Management.

•    A good university degree, preferably in the History or Arts and Social Sciences, with knowledge of Singapore and Chinese history and heritage.
•    At least 1-3 years of direct working experience in managing collection management, operational aspects of exhibitions and gallery spaces.
•    A good team player with excellent problem-solving skills and the ability to work independently.
•    Photography skills will be advantageous for the role.
•    Able to work outside of regular office hours on event days, including evenings/nights, weekends, public holidays and especially the first day of Chinese New Year (Off-in-Lieu will be given).


6. Assistant Manager/ Manager (Industry Clusters)

•    To plan and manage initiatives, activities and programmes to drive vibrancy of TA Hub.
•    To secure new tenancies, renewing existing tenancies and ensure proper documentation of tenancy agreements at TA Hu b.
•    Engage trade associations to identify business needs and gather feedback on views and concerns.
•    Assist trade associations in advocacy and representation of the industry needs and interests.
•    Working closely with the trade associations to identify and develop industry transformation projects.
•    Drive industry innovation and adoption of related technology.
•    Build and maintain relationships with relevant government bodies, agencies and partners.

•    Good degree in any discipline.
•    Non-degree holders but with relevant experience will be considered.
•    Passionate about the development of local trade associations and local industries.
•    Comfortable in building networks with industry leaders and government officials.
•    Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English and Chinese (to engage both English and Chinese speaking stakeholders).
•    Strong analytical and interpersonal skills.
•    A team player, meticulous and resourceful.
•    Experience in real estate is an added advantage.

Please submit your detailed resume and recent photograph to E-mail:

(Kindly note only candidates who are selected for the interview will be contacted)



The Singapore Chinese Chamber Institute of Business (SCCIOB) invites applications for the posts of:

1. Executive/Senior Executive (Academic Operations)

•    Responsible for the smooth and effective programme administration process and student affairs
•    Ensure compliance with the regulatory and statutory requirements and standards
•    Maintain proper filing and fee collection system

•    Possess a minimum Diploma, in any field
•    With at least 2 years of relevant experience in the PEI, Training, and Education industry
•    Familiar with CPE and SSG requirements
•    Proficient in MS Office applications
•    Meticulous and able to work in a fast-paced environment
•    Effectively bilingual in English and Chinese (in order to liaise with the English & Chinese speaking associates)
•    Required to work on weeknights occasionally and alternate Saturday mornings 

2. Programme Consultant

•    Increase sales through concerted outreaching efforts to new clients and existing trainees
•    Spearhead recruitment activities and events
•    Develop and enhance marketing collaterals

•    Entry-level candidates or candidates with 1-2 years of working experience in sales are welcome to apply; with training or education industry experience is a plus
•    Pleasant personality, excellent presentation, communication, and interpersonal skills
•    Able to multi-task and work in a fast-paced environment

3. Courseware Developer

•    Develop, conduct and review WSQ and business related curriculum/courses for SMEs
•    Work with respective institutions or agencies on course collaboration or accreditation
•    Provide mentorship and training to adjunct trainers

•    Possess a degree of any discipline and WSQ DACE/ACTA
•    At least 5 years experience in developing, accreditation, and delivering WSQ and non-WSQ business courses
•    Experience in identifying and addressing SMEs’ training needs with suitable solutions


Please submit your detailed resume and recent photograph to: E-mail:

(Kindly note only candidates who are selected for the interview will be contacted)


SME Centre / EDC Career

The SME Centre / EDC invites applications for the posts of:

1. Business Advisor

Scope of work:
The job scope of the Business Advisor includes providing business and capability services to help local businesses to build new capabilities in achieving growth. One of the key roles of this position is to work closely with the local merchants, solution vendors, and government agencies to help business enterprises transform digitally.  We are looking for commercially experienced and dynamic individuals with a passion to assist businesses to transform and build new business models. Good communication, digitally savvy, strong coordination skill, effective bilingual, and the ability to manage multiple productivity projects and work with different stakeholders are essential skills for the job.

•    Business degree holder or equivalent, with more than 10 years of working experience in business development, project, and business management
•    Experience in providing advisory or management consultancy will be preferred.


2. Executive (Event / Marketing Support)

•    Provide support to the relevant Centre’s activities which include events, surveys, data analysis, and marketing.
•    In charge of event coordination (clinics, exhibition logistics and selected workshops, etc.).
•    Support general administration and documentation.

•    Degree holder, preferably with some years of relevant working experience in Event Management.
•    Knowledge in Social Media Marketing, email marketing, and website management.
•    Strong analytical, writing, and interpersonal skills.
•    Able to multi-task and work in a fast-paced environment.
•    Good written and verbal communication skills in English & Chinese (in order to liaise with both English-speaking and Mandarin-speaking associates).
•    Immediate Availability.


Please email your detailed resume:


(Kindly note only candidates who are selected for the interview will be contacted)