Safeguarding Officer (Volunteer Role)

Job Type

Volunteer

Salary

Closing Date

Location

Singapore

Reporting directly to SportSG Safe Sport Taskforce, the Safeguarding Officer is responsible for ensuring that SRU’s safeguarding policies are met and maintained within the organization. This is a volunteer role.

  • The Safeguarding Officer within a sport organisation has the primary responsibility in managing and reporting any concerns related to breaches of Safe Sport practices to SportSG Safe Sport Taskforce
  • To be trained in responding to Safe Sport related cases and to be able to refer to the relevant authorities (i.e. SportSG Safe Sport Taskforce, SPF)
  • To be able to provide first responder support to victim who report of any Safe Sport related cases
  • Act as a source of support, advice and expertise to staff, participants and volunteers in safeguarding matters
  • To liaise with SportSG Safe Sport Taskforce on Safe Sport policy development and awareness training
  • To promote Safe Sport practices to all staff, participants and volunteers
  • Main point of contact and representative for the organisation for any safeguarding matters
  • Ensure safeguarding standards are met and maintained within the organization
  • Lead in maintaining and reviewing the organisation’s implementation plan for safeguarding
  • To attend any related safeguarding training
  • The appointment is on a two-year term basis
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills
  • Background in Psychology or Counseling is a bonus but not a requirement
  • Comfortable in counseling victims
  • Knowledgeable in rugby
  • Experience in policy work is an advantage
  • Willing to learn on laws around harassment and abuse
  • Willing to learn and drive the Safe Sport efforts
  • Sensitive, understanding, mature and patient
  • Minimum qualifications of ‘O’ Levels

Interested candidates please e-mail your CV complete with contact details to: dmchow@sru.org.sg. Only short-listed candidates will be notified.