Assurance manager – AVIVA – Singapore


Assistant Manager / Manager, Regulatory & Assurance
Ensure that monitoring and advisory activities in Aviva Singapore are effectively managed and kept within the Company’s appetite for Regulatory Risk.
Support implementation of Compliance work plan to monitor and ensure the compliance function discharges its responsibility to enable and monitor the business’ adherence to laws and regulations.
Support Head of Compliance to provide assurance to the Management on the mitigation of key compliance risk areas and regulatory responsibilities.
Support Head of Compliance to provide assurance through regular compliance reporting and compliance reviews to the Management.
Responsible for compliance with applicable laws and regulations. Ensure that new regulatory requirements impacting the function are implemented, and an effective process is in place for regulatory consultations to be reviewed and analysed by subject matter experts.
Fair Dealing Outcomes: Ensure full understanding of Fair Dealing Outcomes and one’s own accountability in delivering these outcomes as applicable to the role.

Support the implementation of a robust and risk based framework for regulatory development and compliance covering accountabilities, reporting and controls.
Compliance Framework:
Review and update Compliance Policies.
Conduct regular Compliance workshops to build competency across business functions.
Regulatory Development and Corporate Compliance:

Research and provide compliance related advice on new and strategic business developments.
Develop and maintain the framework for assessing the adequacy of business processes and controls to meet relevant regulations, directives, rules and guidelines.
Provide advisory on the appropriate business processes and controls needed to comply with relevant regulations, directives, rules and guidelines, including those identified as gaps through self-assessments.
Assessment of breach or non-compliance with relevant regulations, directives, rules and guidelines, with inputs from Legal (where necessary)
Conduct special reviews on regulatory matters where required
Internal Reporting:

Develop and maintain framework for reporting on compliance matters
Prepare reports for management and board committees

Report on local conduct issues and regulatory compliance
Respond to queries and assessments

Develop and maintain an effective governance operating model:
Advice on policies, procedures and controls that must be in place to deliver compliance.
Monitor and assess the effectiveness of measures taken by the business.
Monitor, manage, document material contacts with the regulator.
Monitor and provide support to business to ensure prompt and appropriate reporting and resolution of any regulatory breach or other regulatory issues
Liaise with regulators and Regional/Group office
Represent Compliance in meetings or workgroups to address regulatory matters.
Assess the adequacy and competency of Compliance resources.

Compliance manual
Compliance policies
Group’s standards

Senior Leadership team
External authorities (primarily MAS, CPF Board, LIA, GIA, MOH, CAD, enforcement agencies)
Compliance Officers of other insurers and financial service providers
Group Regulatory & Financial Crime in UK
Regional Compliance & other Compliance Heads
Regional Compliance and BU Risk team

Tertiary qualification
Professional compliance qualification
CMFAS Module 5, 9, 9A and HI

Proficient in regulations: Insurance Act; MAS; SFA; FAA; LIA; GIA; CPF Board; MOH
Practical experience in compliance function for a life or composite insurance company, or major audit firms

6 – 10 years’ experience in financial services industry (preferably 5 years in senior compliance or related role)
Good writing skills (i.e. able to write clearly and concisely)
Good understanding of insurance business including the operations and insurance products
Good analytical ability, with attention to details
Good negotiation and inter-personal skills

Delivery and Implementation Manager – Johnson&Johnson – SG

johnson and johnson logo Singapore


johnson and johnson logo Singapore
johnson and johnson logo Singapore

Job Description
Requisition ID: 1805686575W
The Johnson & Johnson Human Performance Institute (JJHPI) is the creator and leader of Leadership and Employer Wellbeing training solutions targeted at building and sustaining human performance. Through the foundational disciplines of behavior change science, performance psychology, exercise physiology, and nutrition, we provide organizations with proven offerings that improve both personal and professional performance and lead to improved, sustained wellbeing.

Headquarted in Orlando, Florida, the Johnson & Johnson Human Performance Institute has experienced significant growth over the last several years predominantly through North America relationships with large strategic global accounts. Now JJHPI seeks to fully support and extend these existing strategic account relationships in Asia while also identifying new strategic global customers opportunities originating from Asia.

JJHPI is currently recruiting to fill the role of Implementation Manager in Asia Pacific. The JJHPI APAC Implementation Manager role will be located out of Singapore and be responsible for:
I. Successful implementation and scaling of JJHPI solutions within strategic accounts in partnership with Sales and in coordination with other JJHPI supporting functions
II. Identifying best practices across customers that aid in creating efficiencies and greater effectiveness in the deployment of solutions within an account
III. Manage coordination of Performance Coach execution across the Region

The Implementation Specialist has direct client implementation responsibility. This individual will serve as a dedicated Implementation Specialist for a number of accounts. This individual will partner closely with other stakeholders including Sales, Performance Coaches, Content, Delivery, Finance, Marketing and Communications.

Responsibilities include:
Help execute and coordinate programs across different clients driving to excellent execution
Guide clients through the implementation of training process. Works with clients to plan, launch, scale & sustain high-impact learning deployments with clearly defined outcomes.
Develop rollout and measurement strategies. Champion projects to success.
Partner with Content to tailor programs for high value customers.
Support execution of Performance Coach strategy including: identifying and vetting potential talent for APAC Performance Coach, supporting training and onboarding in coordination with JJHPI global Delivery & Implementation team and scheduling of Coaches throughout the region
Assist in the creation of compelling internal marketing programs to drive awareness and adoption.
Partner with clients to identify opportunities to integrate within existing programs or initiatives.
Collaborate with the sales organization to identify stakeholders and executive sponsors.
Monitor implementations to ensure all timelines and deliverables remain on track.
Use problem solving and creative thinking to determine the best implementation approaches for unique customers and environments.
Build and refine best practice implementation tools and framework
Seek ongoing opportunities to grow business within account.
Captures and shares best practices. Continually look for success stories, testimonials, and customer references.
Promote teamwork across sales, delivery, content and technical implementation organizations.

A Bachelor’s Degree required
7+ years experience in training, leadership & organizational development, and business.
Prior experience in sales or customer facing, implementation projects
Experience with developing and implementing cross-functional business processes & systems in a matrixed environment is required.
Detailed oriented with a passion for excellent customer experiences
Ability to work independently, proactive and takes initiative to solve problems,
Prioritize and follow up on commitments
Proactively push back in situations where success of the implementation is at stake
Ability to think strategically but see things all the way through to flawless execution
Ability to make decision and solve problems while working under pressure
Ability to manage multiple projects to meet target dates
Ability to use computer and software applications

Cook I-Pastry wanted at Le Méridien hotel – Singapore

Le meridien hotel Singapore


Le meridien hotel Singapore
Le meridien hotel Singapore

Job Number 18001TQA
Job Category Food and Beverage & Culinary
Brand Le Meridien
Schedule Full-time
Relocation? No
Position Type Non-Management/Hourly

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At Le Méridien, we believe in helping guests unlock the unexpected and engaging experiences each destination has to offer. Our guests are curious and creative, cosmopolitan, culture seekers that appreciate sophisticated, timeless service. We provide original, chic and memorable service and experiences that inspire guests to unlock the destination. We’re looking for curious, creative and well-informed people to join our team. If you appreciate connecting with like-minded guests and have a deep desire to create unexpected experiences, we invite you to explore career opportunities with Le Méridien.

Job Summary

Prepare breads and pastries, including preparing doughs and fillings, proofing, baking, and decorating as appropriate. Review Production sheet to understand variety of baked goods to be produced daily. Prepare and cook food according to recipes, quality and presentation standards, and food prep checklists. Maintain kitchen logs for food safety program compliance. Keep Chef informed of excess food items for planning of daily specials. Safely and appropriately use baking and measuring tools/equipment/appliances to prepare baked foods. Follow and ensure compliance with food safety handling policies and procedures, including personal hygiene procedures. Check and ensure correct temperatures of kitchen appliances and food, and report issues to management. Monitor the quality of food prepared and portions served throughout shift. Assist management in hiring, training, scheduling, evaluating, counseling, disciplining, and motivating and coaching employees; serve as a role model.

Follow all company policies and procedures, including safety and security; report accidents, injuries, and unsafe work conditions to manager; complete safety training and certifications. Ensure uniform and personal appearance are clean and professional; maintain confidentiality of proprietary information; protect company assets. Speak with others using clear and professional language and answer telephones using appropriate etiquette. Develop and maintain positive working relationships with others and support team to reach common goals; handle sensitive issues with tact, respect, and confidentiality. Serve as a department role model or mentor. Comply with quality expectations and standards. Move, lift, carry, push, pull, and place objects weighing less than or equal to 25 pounds without assistance. Move over sloping, uneven, or slippery surfaces. Reach overhead and below the knees, including bending, twisting, pulling, and stooping. Stand, sit, or walk for an extended period of time. Perform other reasonable job duties as requested by Supervisors.

Senior Executive wanted at AVIVA – Singapore


Senior Executive / Assistant Manager, Business Development
Work within a team responsible for the account management of allocated partnerships establish and sustain good working relations for the long term growth of business.
Within the team, a more senior / experienced role holder will be assigned personal accountability for the business plan of the respective partner & / or specific projects of the function.

This role will also work closely with the Team Lead to deliver on the tactical/strategic direction to achieve sales target and business objective as well as to ensure all sales and operational processes are compliant with the regulatory & compliance requirements.
This role shall work closely with the Team Lead to implement the strategic direction of the partnerships under their care and shall ensure that the achievement of their targets and business plan is in congruence with the department’s overall objective.

Where appropriate, take a lead role with stakeholders at a working level to discuss sales management approaches for target/niche clients.

Responsible for promoting an environment where a risk management culture can flourish.


From time to time, will be assigned roles in the development of sales ideas for the Intermediary Distribution team and seeking buy-in of the team.

Where necessary, the role holder shall engage and collaborate with the team and internal Aviva departments to up the level of operational service standards and for the delivery of business plans.

Create and maintain a risk management environment that ensures risks taken by the function are identified, assessed and frequently monitored, managed and reported against.

Effective Risk Management/Governance

Ensure that all sales & operational processes are compliant with all regulatory requirements, executed to the highest standards and within budget.

Identify, own and manage key risks and controls relevant to your role. Maintain appropriate records and ensure that controls are well designed and operating effectively to keep the risks that they mitigate within Aviva’s tolerance level. Report and escalate the status of the relevant risks and controls as appropriate.

Responsible for compliance with applicable laws and regulations (including personal regulatory accountabilities in relation to fitness and propriety), and relevant Aviva’s Business Standards. Ensure that employees receive adequate training to fulfil their compliance obligations. Ensure that new regulatory requirements impacting the department/function are implemented, and an effective process is in place for regulatory consultations to be reviewed and analysed by subject matter experts. Undertake regular self-assessments of the effectiveness of controls using tools such as regulatory obligations mapping to confirm compliance. Ensure that potential control gaps, failures or breaches that could or have already resulted in a regulatory breach are escalated in accordance with issued guidelines.


Preferred Degree in Business/Finance/ Accountancy



At least 3-5 years of experience in the financial services industry, of which 2 years are in insurance sales or a sales management role.

Some knowledge of the Life insurance industry with knowledge in Life Health and ILPs products.

Preferred experience in B-to-B business, account management and relationships.


Working knowledge of regulatory requirements in relation to insurance products.

Self-motivated with the ability to identify key issues and recommend practical solution.

Good communication and interpersonal skills.

Highly adaptable to changes

Sous Chef wanted by Raffles hotel – Singapore

raffles hotel Singapore


raffles hotel Singapore
raffles hotel Singapore

Sous Chef
Primary Location: Singapore-Singapore-Raffles Hotel Singapore
Employee Status: Regular
An iconic landmark, an enduring legacy.
At Raffles Hotel Singapore, we help you do your best.

In 2018, a careful and sensitive restoration will breathe new life into our beautiful hotel, providing enhanced comfort and splendour for the discerning traveller. With a diverse range of careers for different talents and personalities, we invite you to be part of the Raffles legend and share your passion for hospitality with the world. As we write a new chapter in our ongoing story, experience a tremendous opportunity to grow and develop with a global luxury hospitality brand in an oasis for the well-travelled.

Job Summary

Assists in overseeing the management and operation of Northern Indian cuisine.

Job Level: Management / Supervisory
Schedule: Full-time
Shift: Rotating / Shift Work
Travel: No
Closing Date: 26.Jun.2018, 4:59:00 PM
Job Number: RHS01213