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Career Matching with ISCA Members

Tired of passively waiting for candidates application? Would your rather take the active approach to hire a qualified Chartered Accountants (CA) to join your organisation? Find your potential employee through a list of ISCA Members who have profiled themselves. Request to be connected to individuals who you deem may be the right fit for your organisation!

What is it?ISCA Career matching programme is a complimentary matching service provided by ISCA to connect companies/employers who wants to take an active approach to reach out to our potential list of ISCA members who are actively looking out for job opportunities. 
Who is it for?

Employers who are seeking to hire ISCA Associate/CA/FCA members.

What can it do for you?

Connect employers with potential Associate/CA/FCA members who are seeking job opportunities.

For more information

Access list of candidates.

Request to be connected to candidates here.


Internship Placement Programmes for Employers

In order to help university and polytechnic students become more employable when they graduate, several tertiary institutions have incorporated internships as part of their school curriculum. This will allow students to gain valuable on-the-job experiences, build their social networks, and develop both their technical and communication skills that will come in handy during their careers. For employers who have temporary hiring needs to tide you through your organisation's peak seasons, please consider the Internship Programme(s) listed below. You are one step closer to nurturing our young talents and giving them an opportunity to learn and grow!

What is it?

The Master of Technology in Intelligent Systems (MTech IS) Internship Programme is a full-time internship where Artificial Intelligence (AI) master students will be attached to your company and work regular hours. These students are specialised in AI sub-domains such as Deep Learning/Natural Language Processing/Computer Vision/Robotics and Data Analytics using machine learning.


Depending on the needs of your company, some of the projects which the students could undertake during their internship include:

  • Using AI to audit 100% of a company’s documents instead of performing sample check
  • Using AI to enhance risk identification and assessment as AI benefits from access to all possible data and sophisticated predicting models
  • Using AI to support monthly close procedures
  • Automating data input, using AI to read, analyse and process documentation
  • Using AI to discover hidden patterns, trends and insights to make quick and data-based decisions

The internship attachment period can range from a period of 3 months to 5 months.

  1. Minimum of 14 weeks starting from 7 February to 13 May 2022 including 1 week (in late April 2022) off duty for exam preparation; or
  2. Maximum of 21 weeks starting from 7 February to 30 June 2022 including 1 week (in late April 2022) off duty for exam preparation
Who is it for?


For progressive organisations who have a project need that requires specialised resources to deploy intelligent automation in their business/accounting/audit processes.


What can it do for you?

Tap on trained and motivated talents to fulfil the resource needs of your organisation.

For more informationPlease visit this link to find out more.

Alternatively, you can also send an email or contact them at 6516 2093.


What is it?A portal where employers can seek interns in areas like Accountancy, Business (Banking and Finance, Marketing, Human Resources, etc) and Computer Studies.
Who is it for?


Employers who need temporary manpower during peak seasons.


What can it do for you?

It connects companies who are seeking interns to tide through a short period of time.

For more informationPlease visit NTU Internship Programme.

Alternatively, you can also send an email or contact them at +65 6790 5242.


Programmes and Schemes for Employers

Are you facing a shortage of manpower or looking for a ready pool of Professionals, Managers, Executives and Technicians (PMETs)? Or looking for PMETs who have gone through skills conversion so that they can take up certain roles in your organisations? Do you also need support in hiring and training locals for them to fill up specific roles or take up new position(s)? Heard of training grant to help defray cost of training when you send staff who are union members for trainings that promotes employablity enhancement? Before letting go of staff during difficult times, have you heard of pre-emptive retrenchment support and job placement? We have curated a list of government programmes and schemes that are available to help you tide through the manpower crunch by heavily subsidising your hiring and training costs.

What is it?

Workforce Singapore (WSG)’s Career Conversion Programmes (CCP) are targeted at Professionals, Managers, Executives and Technicians (PMETs), including mid-career switchers, to undergo skills conversion and move into new occupations or sectors that have good prospects and opportunities for progression.


The ongoing CCP for the accountancy sector is to make a career switch to become internal auditors.

3 modes of CCPs1. Place-and-Train: Mid-career individual is hired by a participating employer before undergoing training to take on a new job role.

2. Attach-and-Train: Mid-career individual is provided with training and work attachments, prior to job placement, through industry partners in growth sectors with good future job opportunities

3. Redeployment / Job Redesign (JR) Reskilling: Targeted at companies that are undergoing business transformation, and where their existing workers are at risk of redundancy or in vulnerable jobs due to the transformation. These workers will be provided with training to take on new job roles or redesigned job roles within the same company.
Who is it for?

Place-and-Train / Redeployment / Job Redesign (JR) Reskilling

The participating company must fulfil the following criteria:

  • Registered or incorporated in Singapore;
  • Must be able to offer a full-time employment contract on permanent terms or on contract terms that are no less than one (1) year, directly related to the job which the CCP is for, with remuneration that is commensurate with the market rate.
  • Commit to the CCP training arrangements for the mid-career individuals that they have selected
  • Be committed to work with WSG or its appointed partner on the necessary administrative matters related to the programmes
  • For applications for redeployment/JR Reskilling CCPs, companies are required to submit details of their business transformation plan for evaluation by the appointed programme partners.


  • Registered or incorporated in Singapore
  • Offer full-time attachment positions directly relevant to identified Attach-and-Train CCP job occupation
  • Commit to Attach-and-Train CCP training arrangements
  • Be committed to work with WSG or its appointed partner on programme administrative requirements
How does it benefit you?
  • Employers will be entitled to salary support and course fee grant of up to 90% of both salary and course fee, depending on the type of CCPs enrolled in
  • Leverage structured industry-recognised training
  • Tap on Government funding through Course Fee Grant and Salary Support
  • Minimise redundancies and reskill experienced employees to take on new job roles.
  • Employers can tap on CCPs to expand their talent pipeline beyond job-ready candidates to meet their manpower needs. 
For more information


For employers who would like to find out more about the programme, please visit the WSG website.




What is it?

NETF Collaborative Fund aims to provide training support to companies who send their employees who are NTUC members for training programs that enhance their employment and employability.


Who is it for?

For companies whose staff are NTUC members only

How does it benefit you?Company funding support:
  • $50,000 of training funds per unionis​ed company;
  • $8,000 of training funds per non-unionis​ed company;
    • NETF co-fund training subsidy to support 50% unfunded course fees for companies (capped at $250/member/year) for their employees​​ who meet the eligibility criteria. ​
      For more information

      Please refer to the NTUC U SME website.

      If you have any queries, please complete the enquiry form and an assigned e2i personnel will contact you within 5 working days.

      Hotline: +65 6474 0606


      What is it?

      NTUC Job Security Council (JSC), is an eco-system manager to gather information on job vacancies and jobs that are phasing out in advance and move upstream to provide help to companies and workers. 


      JSC provide transition support to at-risk or displaced workers with career coaching, skills evaluation, access to training, job-search assistance and job-matching services to improve their employment prospects and match them into new jobs. 

      Who is it for?

      For companies who are: 

      • Receiving/hiring workers or
      • Releasing workers due to restructuring/retrenchment 
      How does it benefit you?

      Employers will have access to:

      • Relevant talent pool;
      • Available HR solutions, i.e. staff coaching and training; and
      • Learning opportunities in trending HR topics, good practices, support schemes (i.e PCP) and industry transformation plans

      You can also benefit from:

      • End-to-end support from first indication till the restructuring/retrenchment completion;
      • Support schemes (i.e. in-house re-deployment), career coaching, employability training for re-skilling; and
      • Outplacement services to match employees into new jobs within JSC companies
      For more information

      Please refer to the e2i microsite.


      Contact e2i below:

      Phone: 6474 0606




      What is it?

      The SkillsFuture Enterprise Credit (SFEC) encourages employers to undertake enterprise and workforce transformation initiatives with a one-off $10,000 credit to cover up to 90% of out-of-pocket expenses for supportable enterprise development and workforce transformation programmes.

      Companies can tap on SFEC to embark on Job Redesign projects. To explore Job Redesign, click here

      Who is it for?

       For employers to invest in enterprise transformation and capabilities of their employees.


      Enterprise Transformation – Programmes that support enterprise transformation

      Workforce Transformation – Job redesign initiatives, and curated training programmes by SkillsFuture Singapore and Workforce Singapore, such as training courses aligned to the Skills Framework, Career Conversion Programmes and sector-specific programmes
      For more information

      To find out more about SFEC and the list of SFEC-supportable programmes, visit


      What is it?

      The Jobs Growth Incentive (JGI) supports employers to expand local hiring1 from September 2020 to March 2023 (inclusive).The duration of JGI support will depend on when the local hire was hired and the characteristics of the local hire (e.g. age).


      1 Local workforce: Singapore Citizens and Singapore Permanent Residents.

      Who is it for?

      For employers looking to expand their local workforce.

      Who is eligible?

      To be eligible for Phase 4, all employers who have made timely mandatory CPF contributions and achieved the following increases in their local workforce between April 2022 and September 2022 (inclusive), compared to the March 2022 local workforce, i.e. the baseline headcount:

      • Condition 1 – Increase in overall local workforce; AND
      • Condition 2 – Increase in local employees earning gross wages of at least $1,400 per month
      • Employers must have been established on or before 17 February 2022 to be eligible.

      To receive the JGI for full duration of JGI support from the month of hire for each new local hire (depending on worker profile), the employer must have qualified for JGI during the eligibility period for each phase (i.e. September 2020 to February 2021 or March 2021 to September 2021 or October 2021 to March 2022 or April 2022 to September 2022), and continually meet the eligibility criteria for the entire payout period.

      For more information

      To find out more about Jobs Growth Incentive (JGI), visit


      What is it?

      To equip Singapore’s workforce with the relevant skills for Industry 4.0 and beyond, unions are partnering with businesses to set up Company Training Committees (CTCs) with the aim to reskill and upskill employees so that they can transform and thrive in the dynamic industry landscape.

      The CTC Starter Kit is an easy-to-implement starter package comprising of 11 programmes under 3 core competencies needed to make transformation real for companies and workers.

      Who is it for?

      For companies & employees 

      For more information

      To find out more about CTC Starter Kit, visit


      Unable find any schemes suitable for you? Write to us at Career Support and we will connect you with the relevant programme administrators to explore an alternative.
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