Catholic Family Life Marcom Volunteer

Volunteer Title: Marcom Volunteer

Location: 2 Highland Road, #01-03, Singapore 549102

Job Type: Volunteer

Catholic Family Life assumes and integrates the operations of Family Life Society  and the Archdiocesan Commission for the Family. This allows us to better focus  on our Catholic roots and ethos, as we continue our efforts to form, empower and  restore families to flourish in the intimate love of God. Through our programmes  and services, we will continue to promote the dignity of all individuals and  families, to go forth and be visible signs of God’s love to the world, serving all just  as the first missionaries did, regardless of race, language, and religion.

We Are Looking For:
As a Marcom Volunteer, your main role will be as a creative, that creates content  for Catholic Family Life's social media pages - Facebook, Instagram, Telegram and  YouTube. The work you create may also be used in our offline material. You will  have the opportunity to work closely with other organisations within the  Singapore Archdiocese, from CatholicSG Radio and Catholic News, to member  associations under CFL like Faith and Light and Catholic Engaged Encounter (CEE)  and many more.

As a volunteer within the marcom team, you will work closely with Marcom  Manager to create compelling content that will form, empower, and restore  individuals and families.

The ideal applicant is passionate about families and is able to create compelling  content using Canva, Procreate or other similar software.

Volunteer Key Responsibilities:

  • Develop Visual Content (working knowledge of Procreate with an ability  to draw will be a plus)
  • Shoot and edit videos and photos
  • Write creative copy for social media, and stories for Catholic Family Life's blog


  • An eye for creativity
  • Good command of English
  •  Competent writer
  • Uses and has an understanding of Social Media platforms
  • Passionate about families

Application Email/URL: [email protected]

Company Name: Catholic Family Life