Careers - Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre


Careers | Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre

Date posted
20 November 2023

Role Overview: This role involves three primary responsibilities:

  1. Managing partnership projects to promote local Chinese traditional performing art forms.
  2. Providing support to local Chinese traditional performing art groups in the presentation of their works at SCCC.
  3. Assisting in the management of other SCCC projects and events.

Key Responsibilities: The role entails the following key responsibilities:

  1. Working closely with local groups to facilitate the presentation of their works at SCCC.
  2. Planning, conceptualizing, developing, marketing and executing programmes and activities to achieve mutually agreed outcomes for SCCC and local groups.
  3. Liaison between local groups and relevant SCCC teams in achieving the said outcomes.
  4. Managing budgets, contracts, licensing, and collaborating with multiple stakeholders.
  5. Undertaking any additional duties assigned by the Director of Programmes.

Qualifications and Requirements: To be considered for this position, candidates should possess the following qualifications and attributes:

  • A degree with a minimum of 3 years of work experience in an arts organization or a relevant arts context in other sectors.
  • Proficiency in written and verbal communication in both English and Mandarin.
  • Strong experience in project management.
  • Ability to effectively engage with a variety of stakeholders, including art groups, the arts and culture sector, and community leaders.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and a team player.
  • Good understanding of the local arts and heritage sector and the local Chinese community.
  • Familiarity with Chinese opera would be an advantage
  • Availability for a 2-year contract.


We regret that only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

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Date posted
28 August 2023


· To manage operations of audio, visual, lighting systems, and technical equipment at various SCCC event venues as the Technical Officer on duty.

· To attend venue walks, production and departmental meetings as required.

· To promptly complete production administration and event coordination matters as assigned within EBMS.

· To assist V&P on logistical and technical requirements after venue walks and production meetings to ensure accurate and prompt charging.

· To assist Team Lead (Production) to coordinate and to provide technical and logistical support to ensure services are delivered at a high level. Including risk assessments for compliance with Workplace Health and Safety, and internal safety protocol for all events at SCCC.

· To assist Team Lead (Production) with manpower rostering, planning, and monitoring the event calendar to ensure efficient resource deployment for all events at SCCC.

· To assist Team Lead (Production) with the upgrade and maintenance of production and technical resources and contribute towards establishing production related policies and SOPs.

· Working with V&P and SEO (PC) to ensure operational and technical issues and complaints from hirers, partners, and stakeholders are satisfactorily and promptly resolved.

· For Senior Technical Officers, to assist Team Lead (Production) to mentor Technical Officers to ensure team and venue discipline, including attendance at production meetings and venue walks.

· To contribute towards the efficiency of all activities in the venue and effective delivery of services for all events in SCCC.

· Contribute towards management reporting on all production and technical matters.

· Any additional duties as assigned by Management.


Reporting Officers: Team Lead (Production), Senior Manager (Venues & Partnership and Production), Senior Assistant Director (Operations)

Reportee: Technicians (casual)



· A degree and/or diploma in Technical Theatre, Audio, Visual or Sound Engineering, or related field with at least 2 years of relevant experience (at least 5 years of relevant experience for senior technical officer), or

· A higher Nitec in performance production or related field with at least 2 years of relevant experience.

· Preferably with experience in handling/programming digital lighting console/ digital sound mixing console and audio-visual automation controls such as Extron, Crestron, etc.

· WSQ training and certificates in operating scissor lift/vertical lift and work-at-height.

· Knowledge in risk assessment and proficiency in Microsoft Office, EBMS and Autocad.

· Strong interest and passion in Chinese arts and culture.

· Able to work independently, and is a good team player,

· Outgoing personality with a can-do spirit and open to learning.

· Required to work late nights, on weekends and public holidays to support events.

· Bilingual with proficiency in Mandarin would be advantageous.

· COVID-19 vaccination required.


We regret that only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

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