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Job Board

Post new job positions in the curated list of jobs for the Accountancy Sector


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Career Support Resources

Find resources to support your employees' career


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ISCA career matching service

Looking for qualified Chartered Accountants (CA) to join your organisation?


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Board appointment

A board of directors with diverse backgrounds enables a well-rounded and effective process for decision-making.

ISCA members are professional accountants well-equipped with the skills and expertise to contribute in terms of technical competencies and professional experience.

ISCA can help to match qualified members to companies for board appointments.


Internship Placements

In order to help students become more employable when they graduate, tertiary institutions have incorporated internships as part of their school curriculum. This allows 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.

Some benefits of hiring interns include:
• additional manpower
• opportunity to recruit potential employees
• gaining fresh ideas and perspectives from students

 

Programmes

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.

The Career Conversion Programme (CCP) for Accounting Professionals is aimed at equipping mid-career individuals with the necessary skillsets to take on accounting job roles in either In-House F&A Functions or Accounting Practices, with specialisation in one of the following functional tracks:

  1. Financial Accounting
  2. Management Accounting
  3. Assurance
  4. Tax

 

Eligibility for Employers

  • Registered or incorporated in Singapore with a valid Unique Entity Number with Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority;
  • Offer a full-time PMET position related to job role which the CCP is for, with a minimum fixed monthly salary of $3,000 or more, and at least a 12-month employment contract;
  • Ensure that new hires are not: A shareholder of the CCP company, or its related companies; Related to the owner(s) of the company; and Immediate ex-staff of the company or its related companies.
  • Must put in place structured on-the-job training for the candidate; and
  • Commit to CCP training arrangements for the trainees

 

Funding support

WSG’s Funding to Employers

Standard Rate

Enhanced Rate

Salary Support

 

Up to 70% of monthly salary for CCP training duration (capped at $4,000 per month)

Up to 90% of monthly salary for CCP training duration (capped at $6,000 per month)

For SC trainees who are unemployed and actively seeking employment for six months or more, and/or SC trainees aged 40 years and above in the year of commencement of the CCP.

 

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

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 visit

      https://usme.org.sg/AdvisoryServices/Pages/NTUC-EDUCATION-AND-TRAINING-FUND.aspx

      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 visit the e2i microsite.

       

       

       

      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.

         

      WHAT DOES THE SFEC SUPPORT?

       

      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

      Please visit www.skillsfuture.gov.sg/sfec

       

       

       

      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

      Please visit 

      https://www.iras.gov.sg/schemes/disbursement-schemes/jobs-growth-incentive

       

      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

      Please visit

       https://www.ntuclearninghub.com/promotions-and-packages/ctc-starter-kit/