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STJobs partners Central Singapore CDC in Jobs Kiosk@SG initiative

ST Jobs' Partnership with Central Singapore Community Development Council aims to help more residents gain employment

Singapore, 6 February 2013 – Singapore Press Holdings' (SPH) online job portal STJobs has partnered Central Singapore Community Development Council (Central Singapore CDC) for its Jobs Kiosk@SG initiative. 

Jobs Kiosk@SG is a user-friendly job database which is easily accessible via a self-help terminal that uses an iPad. Job seekers can effortlessly select jobs they are interested in and can contact the employers directly for an interview. They can also request for details of upcoming recruitment events via SMS and access available Singapore Workforce Skills Qualifications (WSQ) training programmes.

For STJobs, this partnership presents an instrumental opportunity to effectively reach out to the residents by helping them take the first step towards finding their ideal job and paving the way to a successful career. With both STJobs and CDCs having similar goals in helping people gain employment, this alliance is beneficial to all those who are seeking jobs.

This initiative was first implemented in Central Singapore CDC in May 2012 and the iPad application was developed by Nanyang Polytechnic in collaboration with STJobs, the CDC and the Singapore Workforce Development Agency (WDA). The initiative later underwent a 3-month trial from September till December 2012.

With over 30,000 jobs from 27 industries in its database, STJobs has been providing daily job listings through a data feed service to these Jobs Kiosks. These include both general jobs for blue collar workers and executive jobs for Professionals, Managers and Executives (PMEs). To date, more than 2,700 residents have used Jobs Kiosk@SG to seek out suitable employment opportunities.

Jobs Kiosk@SG is currently available in all five Community Development Councils and participating Community Clubs in the South West District. It will soon be rolled out to Community Clubs and Family Services Centres in the Central Singapore District.

Mr Johnson Goh, who heads SPH's Online Classifieds business, said: “As our vision is to provide quality job offerings to the community, we hope residents using this service will benefit from the job listings provided by STJobs. With future plans to extend this service to the Community Clubs and Family Service Centres, we are pleased to play a bigger part in helping more residents get employed.”

Mr Sam Tan, Mayor of Central Singapore District, added: “Central Singapore CDC is constantly looking for ways to enable our residents to achieve self-reliance, and one way is by emplacing them in suitable jobs. Through the Jobs Kiosk@SG initiative, many residents have managed to independently seek out employment opportunities. The CDC is happy to be working closely with STJobs in this area, and will be looking to place the Jobs Kiosks at more locations within the Central Singapore District to increase its accessibility to our residents.”

Mr Muhd Hanaffi B. Samsudin, an Owen Road resident, said: “It’s a convenient service. After I’ve chosen the jobs I want to interview for, I get an SMS telling me who to contact.”




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For more information or photographs of Mr Johnson Goh and Mr Sam Tan, please contact:

Cheryl Mah
Senior A&P Executive
ST701 (STJobs)
Singapore Press Holdings Limited
DID: 6319 8906

Tiffany Ong
Assistant Manager, Corporate Communications
Central Singapore Community Development Council
DID: 6397 7240

Deror Wong
Senior Executive
Corporate Communications
Singapore Press Holdings Limited
DID: 6319 1226


About STJobs

In March 2012, the online jobs portal was unveiled under a new name after a revamp and officially launched in June 2012 with a series of print, online and on ground campaigns. To date, STJobs has seen more than 10 million page views with over 500, 000 registered job seekers and 50, 000 hiring employers.

These outstanding figures are attributed by unique job hunting and candidate seeking features such as job matching technology, resume scan and huge number of direct employer job listings that span a wide range of industries and cover a spectrum of full-time, part-time and temporary positions. The STJobs app is available for download on all smartphones.

STJobs also won Silver in the Asian Digital Media Awards 2012 for Best in Cross-Media Advertising.

About Central Singapore Community Development Council

Lying at the heart of Singapore, the Central Singapore Community Development Council (CDC) serves more than 975,000 residents living in Ang Mo Kio, Bishan-Toa Payoh, Moulmein-Kallang and Tanjong Pagar Group Representation Constituencies (GRCs), and Whampoa, Radin Mas and Sengkang West Single Member Constituencies (SMCs). The CDC envisions a self-reliant, vibrant and inclusive Central Singapore District. It works in close partnership with schools, voluntary welfare organisations (VWOs), grassroots organisations (GROs), government and commercial agencies to fulfil its mission of assisting the needy, bonding the people and connecting the community. For more information, please visit

About Singapore Press Holdings

Main board-listed Singapore Press Holdings Ltd (SPH) is Southeast Asia's leading media organisation, engaging minds and enriching lives across multiple languages and platforms. It publishes 18 newspaper titles in four languages and over 100 magazine titles in Singapore and the region. On an average day, – 3.05 million individuals or 76 percent of people above 15 years old, read one of SPH’s news publications. SPH’s internet editions of its major newspapers enjoy over 270 million page views with 18 million unique visitors each month. Other new media initiatives include AsiaOne,, ST701, Stomp and The Straits Times RazorTV. SPH has also ventured into book publishing, broadcasting, out-of-home advertising and properties. For more information, please visit