Careers with Malaysian CARE
Do you have a calling to a vocation in social work
and being good news to the poor?
Positions available are as below
Positions Available: Please click on the Job Title for more details. (The number of available positions is indicated in brackets)
- Communications (2)
- Community Development (8)
- Service Development (1)
- POLICY, ADVOCACY & RESEARCH (0)
- EDO, HR, FINANCE & ADMIN (1)
Communications Manager (Corporate Relations)
Malaysian CARE is on the lookout for a dynamic team member who can craft effective ways to share our ministry with the public. We need someone forward-thinking and optimistic, ready to seize opportunities and create content strategies for social media, websites, newsletters, press releases, corporate presentations, and various distribution channels. In addition, you'll play a key role in enhancing Malaysian CARE’s image through internal communications branding.
If you're passionate about making an impact, we want to hear from you! Apply today.
Creative Designer, Web Development & Maintenance Executive
A team member with basic experience in developing concepts for publications. Should have a basic knowledge of design software like Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, and Canva. Website and database programming knowledge to optimize the website's usage would be an added advantage. Also, a problem solver by nature and will work independently on developing and digitalizing communication mediums for optimum communication with stakeholders.
The Community Development team is extensively engaged in community outreach, assessing and serving the poor and needy. This team plays a pivotal role in upholding CARE's vision and mission in our services, advocating for the marginalized, and empowering individuals and communities to flourish in every aspect of their lives.
Personal Assistant (PA) for the Director of Community Development
A team member to assist the Director in ensuring that the department’s administrative, functional, and organizing matters are effectively managed. This includes providing support to the needs of the team in the department.
Pusat CARE Kuala Lumpur - Community Organiser - Prison
A team member to assist in leading the men's prison ministry, involved in planning, strategizing, and implementing programs for in-prison (men) and community-based projects for identified communities of prisoners and ex-prisoners, drug users, and people living with HIV/AIDS.
Pusat CARE Kuala Lumpur - Community Organiser - Bumblebee
A team member responsible for initiating and ensuring the smooth running of Bumblebee programs, focusing on child empowerment and collaborating with related staff and departments.
Pusat CARE Kuala Lumpur - Community Organiser - SEED (Special Needs)
A team member involved in running children and disabilities-related activities in the communities, with at least 1-2 years of working experience in the disabilities field. Work experiences for people with special needs and their families will be an added advantage.
Pusat CARE Klang - Community Organiser/Leader
The candidate is expected to uphold high standards of integrity and Christian conduct consistent with organizational values. This person is a team player, able to work with others as well as work independently under minimal supervision in organizing and mobilizing the targeted community in the development services.
Pusat Sumber Komuniti CARE (Setapak) - Community Organiser (Youth)
A team member capable of working independently and with others, upholding high standards of integrity and organizing and mobilizing the targeted community in development services.
Pusat CARE Kampar - Community Organiser/Leader
A team member capable of working well with others, willing to travel independently, possessing basic IT literacy, and having knowledge of principles and practices related to education or community development for Orang Asli.
Pusat CARE Miri - Community Organiser
A team member with a calling to work with the poor and needy, strong communication and interpersonal skills, leadership abilities, strategic thinking, and a passion for community development. The candidate should be proactive in personal development through self-learning and have the ability to work independently.
The Service Development team is the design hub of the organization, with the primary role of building, refining, and improving CARE services for the communities. This team also plays a pivotal role in ensuring that what we do in CARE remains aligned with God’s calling, equipping people to serve better, and helping the community discover hope.
Prison (Men) - Leader or Community Organizer
The candidate will be responsible for developing, improving, and equipping the staff and external stakeholders for Prison (Men) services moving forward, with a focus on After-Care and Community-Based Recovery (CBR) towards a sustainable and hope-filled service to our clients from prison.
The Policy, Advocacy, and Research department team supports colleagues who are serving the community directly through our relevant research and joint advocacy, lobbying to change policies. It has the unique role of investigating the causes of poverty and injustice and formulating strategies for biblical justice. These strategies include empowering people affected by injustice, empowering Christians and churches to advocate alongside, and influencing policy change at the national level.
The Human Resources, Finance, and Administration Departments are crucial components of Malaysian CARE, and joining our team can be both challenging and rewarding. There is great potential for growth and development within these departments, offering a significant opportunity for individuals interested in pursuing a career in support services while contributing to fulfilling the Vision and Mission of Malaysian CARE.
The Executive Director’s Office plays a primary role in overseeing the smooth operations and fulfilling the strategic plans of the organization. This team also holds the pivotal responsibility of ensuring the organization's vision and mission remain aligned with God’s calling, mobilizing people to be equipped to serve better, and helping the community discover hope.