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Old 13-08-2011, 01:37 AM
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Have you already click the like button of Yam Ah Mee facebook?
tha'ts a good one. yam ah yam ah mee for you and mee...

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Old 16-08-2011, 08:45 PM
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I worked in PA for 2 years from 2005-2007. Started as a constituency manager ($2700) and got a promotion to deputy constituency director after 13 months. Work was really tough especially if your MP is new and young. A lot of events to support and had to work on most of my weekends and evenings. Not a good job for someone who wants to start a family or settling down.
However, this job can open up many opportunities as you meet all sorts of people. Heck, even DPM came to my wedding

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Old 17-08-2011, 01:39 PM
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I have heard many people telling me that it's a tough job and weekends would be burnt. let's say that i am the sort who likes to get offdays on weekdays and work on weekends, I should be happier.

You join as CM right away? That's nice. Normally, I heard there is a ACM, but you skipped that.

However, it seems that nowadays, there's no more ACM as entry would be CM right away, and the next promotion would be Senior CM.

But you got Deputy CD after CM? I think that's a very fast track for you.

Can you advise on the increment a CM might get? ... I am getting increment of $75 per year at my company..
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Oops yah... used to be called ACM...the next is DCM then SCM. Sad to say at the time, I didn't get an increment because dcm and acm is the same grade. But high bonus was quite good... Increment soso
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Old 26-09-2011, 01:38 PM
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i am also interested in this . But i am from a private uni and had worked for abt 12 yrs in finance dept at public sector. Duuno if they will call me up for interview or not, the only advantage i have is that i know how public sector function.
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it seems that there is a lack of people wanting to join PA nowadays and they should be calling you for an interview.

speak well and if you don't know what point the interviewers are trying to make, try not to smoke them.

given your vast experience in public sector, i'm sure you will be getting a director / deputy dir level position (at least).
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it seems that there is a lack of people wanting to join PA nowadays and they should be calling you for an interview.

speak well and if you don't know what point the interviewers are trying to make, try not to smoke them.

given your vast experience in public sector, i'm sure you will be getting a director / deputy dir level position (at least).
And don't forget to speak like Yam Ah Mee ftw.
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Old 27-09-2011, 09:04 AM
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it seems that there is a lack of people wanting to join PA nowadays and they should be calling you for an interview.

speak well and if you don't know what point the interviewers are trying to make, try not to smoke them.

given your vast experience in public sector, i'm sure you will be getting a director / deputy dir level position (at least).
no need director or DD. too high for me liao.
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Old 27-09-2011, 09:49 AM
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Manager at $2K+ & Deputy Director at $3k+ @[email protected]

Wah didn't know PA is so generous with their titles one har? I'm drawing $3100 now at SMRT and they only call me Senior Executive :"(

Based on experience, any bros and sis can advice if I join companies like PA that give good titles like Directors, VP etc. will it help in my career progression?

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