Singapore Jobs Manager (programmes & Partnerships), Singapore International Water Week Position at PUB, The National Water Agency

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Our company, PUB, The National Water Agency is currently opening occasion for those of you who are interested in becoming a part of our company specifically Singapore and its surrounding areas. For those of you who are interested to be a part of our company with the position of Manager (Programmes & Partnerships), Singapore International Water Week and able to work in the WFO (Work From Office) system with contract working hours.

We will openly welcome you if you meet these following criteria:

  • Qualification: Not Specified
  • Experienced in Engineering & Environmental
  • Honest, disciplined, and responsible
  • Uphold professionalism in the work environment

We offer you a fairly competitive base salary of SGD 2.000 - SGD 5.700 in average and can be adjusted according to the capabilities that you offer for our company and have been negotiated under HRD agreement.

Job Info

Company PUB, The National Water Agency
Position Manager (programmes & Partnerships), Singapore International Water Week
Region Singapore
Career Level Not Specified
Work Experience -
Qualification Not Specified
Type of Work Contract
Minimum Salary SGD 2.000
Maximum Salary SGD 5.700

What the role is

You will be part of PUB’s Industry and Technology Collaboration Department to support efforts to establish Singapore as a Global Hydrohub and grow a vibrant water research and innovation ecosystem to achieve PUB’s mission as Singapore’s national water agency. As your primary role, you will have the unique opportunity to be part of a dynamic team to organise the biennial Singapore International Water Week (SIWW), one of the leading global water events to share and co-create innovative water solutions to meet urban water challenges. This role requires the individual to work with a diverse set of eminent local and international stakeholders to build a high-quality event.

What you will be working on

Your main roles and responsibilities include:

Singapore International Water Week (SIWW)

1. Curate and execute SIWW programme
– Deliver a high-quality programme on topics consistent with the overall theme;
– Curate workshops and thematic sessions with SIWW partners;
– Oversee the execution of SIWW flagship programmes such as the Lee Kuan Yew Water Prize, Water Leaders Summit and Water Convention;
– Profile local water industry capabilities and projects through the programme;
– Develop new content pillars in new areas such as climate adaptation, coastal protection and decarbonisation.

2. Build and maintain SIWW partnerships with stakeholders
– Liaise and coordinate with SIWW partners on their involvement in SIWW. These partners include international organisations, multilateral banks, governments, national water associations, leading industry and academic institutions, and prominent individuals.
– Liaise with event organiser, content partners and vendors to ensure the smooth and seamless execution of SIWW
– Support efforts to secure sponsorships for SIWW

3. Ad-hoc Projects
– Lead and execute ad-hoc projects that may take place at SIWW, for example NEWBrew, networking functions, side-events.

What we are looking for

• Degree in Environmental Engineering or Science
• At least 2-3 years of working experience in the water sector
• Prior experience in partnerships and stakeholder engagement roles will be a bonus
• Strong interpersonal and communication skills
• Out-going personality with confidence in engaging external stakeholders
• Demonstrated ability to work independently and a good team player
• Motivated and meticulous individual with good project management skills and able to work with tight deadlines

All applicants will be notified on whether they are shortlisted or not within 4 weeks of the closing date of this job posting.

Office/Company Address

Country Singapore
Region Southeast Asia
City Singapore
Address 40 Scotts Road #22-01 Environment Building, 40 Scotts Rd, PUB, Singapore's National Water Agency, Singapore 228231
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Benefit

  • Get work experience
  • Bonus for overtime
  • Be taught first
  • Good work environment

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Company Description

The Public Utilities Board (PUB) is the national water agency of Singapore, that regulates, plans, and manages the water supply, and protects and conserves the water catchment areas of the country. PUB provides water for homes, businesses, industries, and recreational sites in Singapore, and leads the country’s efforts to build a sustainable water future for the nation. PUB works closely with agencies like the National Environment Agency and the Singapore Land Authority, to ensure water resources are sustainably managed and conserved, as well as protecting drinking water from threats like contamination and pollution. It also pioneers and promotes a range of advanced water usage technologies. PUB has established a comprehensive and integrated water system network for Singapore, with processes from raw water catchment to drinking water production. It supplies world-class water services, to ensure that Singapore is an efficient and sustainable water hub, and a city of opportunity.

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This vacancy is suitable for those of you who live in the following areas: Southeast Asia