Singapore Bible College is an international community college that was established in 1952. The College is located in a prime area of Singapore near the junction of Adam Road and Bukit Timah Road, within walking distance from the Botanic Gardens MRT Station. Its workforce is made up of local and overseas faculty and staff. Most overseas faculty and students stay on campus. The College provides lunch for employees from Monday to Friday during semester.
Singapore Bible College is celebrating her 65th Anniversary this year. The College has identified a few key areas of development for the next five years and beyond. With the new organisation structure, expansion plans and exciting major projects ahead, the College is currently seeking for committed brothers and sisters to join our team.
Permanent positions available:
Director of IT Services
Reporting to Principal – Responsible for overall College’s technological resources. It covers wide range of scope including working with all levels of College’s management to make decisions on the broader IT direction, analyse College’s current technology infrastructure and provides technologies that empower people in SBC to accomplish the College’s mission and herald the future of theological education.
IT Applications Manager
Reporting to Director of IT Services – Oversee all application development, program analysis, evaluate the performance and usability of applications, ensure quality assurance procedures, etc.
IT Operations Manager
Reporting to Director of IT Services – Monitor and carry out all daily hardware and software maintenance, ensure the effective performance of mission-critical systems, provide support to stakeholders’ technological needs, etc.
Reporting to Director of Administration – Oversee and carry out all daily accounting functions including financial planning, budgeting, reporting, etc.
Reporting to Finance Manager – Responsible for daily collection, reconciliation of students’ statement of accounts, payment processing, support period-end closing, etc.
Reporting to School Dean – Provide administrative support to Dean and carry out all administrative functions including timetabling, course registration, maintenance of students’ academic records, preparation of quarterly reports and budget, etc.
Reporting to Registrar– Carry out admission and enrolment procedures, apply legal permit for overseas students, provide administrative support on academic matters, etc.