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Old 28-04-2021, 08:55 PM
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Hi all! Does anyone know for mid level entry for associate, how many rounds or who will you be interviewing with? Is it Executive Director Level or Director Level?

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Hi all! Does anyone know for mid level entry for associate, how many rounds or who will you be interviewing with? Is it Executive Director Level or Director Level?
how is associate mid level? 🤔

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Hi all! Does anyone know for mid level entry for associate, how many rounds or who will you be interviewing with? Is it Executive Director Level or Director Level?
Department Head, but they can be either ED or D, depending on whether they work long enough to get the redesignation.
2 rounds, bc there are 3 Division heads and 1 department head then split into 2 rounds, the first round with 2 Division heads then the second round with the remaining Division Head and Department Head

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Thanks for sharing! Can I ask, for most Graduate Officers, if you stay long enough, which rank will you eventually reach? DD? Will there be chances of being D? And for scholarships, is it tough to get `very good' for appraisal, and for scholarships must you be first class or completely depending on job performance and degree relevance!
Everyone will reach DD eventually (retire after 35 years), just that if you're not good at speaking you won't be a "Team Lead" even when you work for so many years. No chance to be a D unless you become a Division Head.

You mean sponsorships right? Scholarships are what people get after A levels or midterm in university. Sponsorship is when you perform well at work. It's completely dependent on job performance, but the masters degree doesn't have to be relevant. Like i dont think an MBA is relevant leh.
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Pay grade: MX9 (Superscale)
Job title: Deputy Director, Director
Salary scale: S$11,110 – S$15,280 / S$15,280 – S$17,370
Pay grade: MX10
Job title: Assistant Director, Deputy Director
Salary scale: S$7,000 – S$9,980 / S$9,980 – S$11,470
Pay grade: MX11
Job title: Manager, Assistant Director
Salary scale: S$4,740 – S$7,115 / S$7,115 – S$8,305
Pay grade: MX12
Job title: Assistant Manager, Manager
Salary scale: S$2,945 – S$5,925
Pay grade: MX13
Job title: Management Executive
Salary scale: up to S$3,000 for fresh graduates

are these salary grades applicable to MAS as well? because i heard they went through an exercise a few years back where they reduced bonuses but increased salaries?
Not very applicable. We call it "grades" here.
Grade 12: Assistant Director. Definitely above $5.9k, maybe $6.5k. Because after the increment I got above $5.9k, but still grade 12.
Grade 10: Deputy Director. Around $16.7k. My DD colleagues can afford branded bags, cars, condo.
Grade 8: Deputy Director who is also Division Head. No idea about the pay.
Grade 4: Executive Director. Definitely above $20k, because my boss say she got 10% paycut for covid-19, and that's more than $2000 per month.
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Pay grade: MX9 (Superscale)
Job title: Deputy Director, Director
Salary scale: S$11,110 – S$15,280 / S$15,280 – S$17,370
Pay grade: MX10
Job title: Assistant Director, Deputy Director
Salary scale: S$7,000 – S$9,980 / S$9,980 – S$11,470
Pay grade: MX11
Job title: Manager, Assistant Director
Salary scale: S$4,740 – S$7,115 / S$7,115 – S$8,305
Pay grade: MX12
Job title: Assistant Manager, Manager
Salary scale: S$2,945 – S$5,925
Pay grade: MX13
Job title: Management Executive
Salary scale: up to S$3,000 for fresh graduates

are these salary grades applicable to MAS as well? because i heard they went through an exercise a few years back where they reduced bonuses but increased salaries?
Not very applicable. We call it "grades" here.
Grade 12: Assistant Director. Definitely above $5.9k, maybe $6.5k. Because after the increment I got above $5.9k, but still grade 12.
Grade 11: Assistant Director. Glassdoor says up to $9k.
Grades 9-10: Deputy Director. $9k to $16.7k. My DD colleagues can afford branded bags, cars, condo.
Grade 8: Deputy Director who is also Division Head. No idea about the pay.
Grades 5-7: Director who is either Team Lead (obsolete scheme) or Division Head or Department Head (just promoted). Glassdoors say $20.6k.
Grade 4: Executive Director. Definitely above $20k, because my boss say she got 10% paycut for covid-19, and that's more than $2000 per month.
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Everyone will reach DD eventually (retire after 35 years), just that if you're not good at speaking you won't be a "Team Lead" even when you work for so many years. No chance to be a D unless you become a Division Head.

You mean sponsorships right? Scholarships are what people get after A levels or midterm in university. Sponsorship is when you perform well at work. It's completely dependent on job performance, but the masters degree doesn't have to be relevant. Like i dont think an MBA is relevant leh.
Thanks for the sharing man! I see! For DD, normally how long will young graduate officers take? Other post previously mentioned 10 years. Will they be given higher visibility than others?
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Hello does anyone know if MAS work is stressful? Are there long hours involved?
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Hello does anyone know if MAS work is stressful? Are there long hours involved?
depends on department... which role?
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depends on department... which role?
Definitely stressful with the new DMD!
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