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As an Outdoor Adventure Educator in the Student Development Curriculum Division, you will be primarily responsible for conducting camping activities for students during their cohort camps conducted at MOE Outdoor Adventure Learning Centre. Beyond conducting activities, you will facilitate students’ reflection and learning based on their experiences through thoughtful guidance and review. You will also be responsible for looking after the mental and psychological well-being of the students throughout the camp.
Your key responsibilities include:
- Conducting adventure camp activities and facilitating students’ reflection and learning
- Giving safety instructions on technical adventure equipment and carrying out procedures to ensure students’ safety
- Providing administrative and logistical support to enable the smooth delivery of the camp activities
- Participating in the planning and evaluation of the camps to ensure learning objectives are achieved
As an OAE, you will typically work five days a week, which may include Saturdays. Given the nature of work, you may be required to stay overnight at the OALC to conduct night activities for students.
- Strong interest in outdoor adventure activities with the aptitude and ability to connect and establish rapport with students
- Willing to work at night and reside at the camp sites for overnight camps
- Physically and medically fit to work outdoors and carry out the adventure activities
- Ability to work under stressful conditions and environments
- Comfortable doing height activities and water activities
- Relevant experience in conducting camping activities for students would be an advantage
- A polytechnic diploma; those without a diploma and with relevant experience may also apply
New Outdoor Adventure Educators will undergo a basic 5-month training programme. You will receive a monthly salary during the training.
As part of career progression, OAEs will have opportunities to build expertise in their areas of specialisation through development programmes. Officers who exhibit good performance and potential may also look forward to higher level appointments.
Remuneration & Benefits
Outdoor Adventure Educators are appointed on the Allied Educator Scheme of Service. Successful candidates will be offered appointment on a contract basis.
The starting salary ranges from $1,730 - $4,610.
Your appointment grade and starting salary will take into consideration your relevant experience, time spent on the job, and your academic training. You will also be eligible for annual and performance bonuses. You will be granted additional salary increments if you have completed full-time National Service.
Note: Information on salaries are accurate at the point of publication but may be subject to review and change.
Other service benefits include:
- Subsidised medical and dental benefits
- Medical leave (14 days sick leave or 60 days sick leave if warded in a hospital)
- Vacation Leave (18 days)
- Use of Civil Service Club chalets at subsidised rates
- Public Officers Group Insurance Scheme (Optional)
The application for the OAE position is currently closed. You may leave your details here and we will inform you when the position is open for recruitment.