After the latter company left the country - and the rest of Southeast Asia - earlier this year, there is a gap in the ride hailing market and the Indonesian firm has expanded.
As reported by CNET, Go-Jek has launched a portal over the weekend for drivers to register their interest.
The company will then follow up with potential drivers over the next few weeks to tell the how to officially apply in time for the platform's launch.
However, no solid date has been given yet, with the company simply saying it would be announced "in due course".
A spokesperson said: "There has been a huge amount of driver interest here in Singapore and we are pleased to take this important first step toward driver recruitment.
"At Go-Jek, we understand that driver-partners are crucial to successful operations, which is why we're looking forward to building strong, engaging relationships with the driver community."