Posted: 5 March 2024


Job Title: Executive, Motion Graphics Artist

Reporting to: Head, ENGAGE
Employment Type: Full Time, 2-year contract, renewable

Summary of Position
BGST is looking for a suitable candidate to fill the position of Executive, Motion Graphics Artist (EMGA). The EMGA must share BGST’s vision and mission of the school. The incumbent’s responsibility is to develop motion graphics that will support BGST’s postgraduate programmes and courses offered by the 3 ENGAGE Centres. This is to support BGST’s transformation into school for equipping marketplace leaders and disciples.

He/ she will also engage both internal and external stakeholders, such as faculty, students, alumni, associate lecturers, educational partners, and vendors of BGST.

Key Roles and Responsibilities

  1. Develop graphics/ motion graphics and provide creative insight to BGST’s wide range of educational courses and programmes, particularly the microlearning courses offered in BGST’s Marketplace Discipleship Ecosystem (MDE).
  2. Collaborate with content designers, instructional designers, and media production in conceptualization and storyboarding. Coordinate outsourced graphics projects with freelancers.
  3. Collaborate with the Marketing and Outreach team to develop strategic marketing ideas and media to inform, inspire and captivate BGST’s target audience and stakeholders.


Qualification and Experience

▪ Minimum academic qualification of diploma and above in Design, Media, Visual Arts, or a related field.
▪ At least 3-years’ experience in video, graphics, and motion graphics, with a portfolio of compelling projects involving team collaboration.
▪ Strong competency in the Adobe creative suite for video and graphics, or other equivalent software.
▪ Demonstrate a keen eye for aesthetics, and capability to present complex concepts in simple diagrams and art.
▪ Self-motivated creative who can work well in intensive team collaboration through video production projects, injecting and executing well-thought and well-designed graphics to communicate content.
▪ Good project management, relational and communication skills.
▪ Able to work well in cross-functional teams and in collaboration with external partners
and/or vendors.

The candidate should send his / her resume to laipw@bgst.edu.sg.

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Posted: 5 March 2024


Job Title: Manager, Curriculum and Instructional Design

Reporting to: Head, ENGAGE
Employment Type: Full Time, 2-year contract, renewable

Summary of Position
BGST is looking for a suitable candidate to fill the position of Manager, Curriculum, and Instructional Design (MCID). The MCID must share the vision and mission of the school. The incumbent’s responsibility is to develop educational materials suitable for BGST’s target audiences. These range from students in BGST’s postgraduate programmes to those in its ENGAGE initiatives. All these is to support BGST’s transformation into school for equipping marketplace leaders and disciples.

He/ she will also engage both internal and external stakeholders, such as faculty, students, alumni, associate lecturers, educational partners, and vendors of BGST.

Key Roles and Responsibilities

  1. Develop training materials suitable for BGST’s different target audiences, from postgraduate students to churches adopting BGST’s Marketplace Discipleship Ecosystem (MDE). This includes collaborating with BGST Faculty and content developers, media producers, motion graphics artists and freelance vendors to conceptualize, design and produce the required course videos and collaterals.
  2. Provide churches with training needs analysis, educational consulting, and aftersales services and improvements to help them adopt the MDE.
  3. Implement and manage a digital learning platform for the MDE.

Qualification and Experience

▪ Minimum academic qualification of a degree and above. A minimum qualification of Graduate Diploma in Theological Studies is an advantage.
▪ More than 5-years’ experience in Christian education and discipleship, with demonstrated proficiency in conceptualizing and running equipping programs at the local church level.
▪ Demonstrated competency in storyboarding, scripting and communications, and digital media production.
▪ Demonstrated competency in educational pedagogy, with understanding of learning management and student management systems.
▪ Good IT skills to handle web learning and student management platforms.
▪ Good project management, relational and communication skills.
▪ Able to work well in cross-functional teams and in collaboration with external partners
and/or vendors.

The candidate should send his / her resume to laipw@bgst.edu.sg.

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Posted: 27 February 2024


Job Title: Manager, Centre for Marketplace Leadership and Discipleship

Reporting to: Head, ENGAGE
Employment Type: Full Time, 2-year contract, renewable

Summary of Position
BGST is looking for a suitable candidate to fill the position of Manager, Centre for Marketplace Leadership and Discipleship (MCML). The MCMLD must share the vision and mission of the school. The incumbent’s responsibility is to provide leadership and management for BGST’s Centre for Marketplace Leadership and Discipleship (CMLD). This is to support BGST’s transformation into school for equipping marketplace leaders and disciples.

He/ she will also engage both internal and external stakeholders, such as faculty, students, alumni, associate lecturers, educational partners, and vendors of BGST.

Key Roles and Responsibilities
The MCML will:

  1. Lead, plan and implement the CMLS’s new flagship leadership programmes: the Foundational Leadership Programme (FLP) and Executive Masters in Marketplace Theology (EM2LT). This involves coordination the development of the programmes’ modules, recruitment of associate lecturers, mentors and coaches, and implementing and administration both programmes.
  2. Establish and manage the CMLD Marketplace Theology Research Group. This includes collaborating with BGST Faculty, Associate Lecturers, and Industry Practitioners to generate a wide range of relevant and applicable research that will benefit marketplace leaders.
  3. Collaborate with Manager, Marketing and Outreach to publicise the centre’s research over different media platforms, so as to develop BGST’s brand and reach a wider range of marketplace audiences.
  4. Grow and manage the associate lecturers, mentors, and coaches required to support both the FLP and EM2LT.


Qualification and Experience
The candidate should be a degree holder and a minimum qualification of Graduate Diploma in Theological Studies is preferred:

  • With more than 5-years’ experience in managing higher education training, particularly in the area of leadership.
  • With demonstrated competency in educational pedagogy, with understanding of learning management systems.
  • With strong project/program planning, execution, and management know-how;
  • With creative problem-solving skills;
  • Who is a good team player and with strong inter-personal skills;
  • With good relational and communication skills.
  • Able to work well in cross-functional teams and in collaboration with external lecturers, partners and/or vendors.

The candidate should send his / her resume to laipw@bgst.edu.sg.

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