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Old 28-01-2015, 10:56 PM
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Hi guys!

Would like to check if what's the average promotion period for ITE staff? And also if you guys have any additional information. Don't mind just share here. E.g. Salary range / work experience / other working committees / projects / working environment.

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Hi guys!

Would like to check if what's the average promotion period for ITE staff? And also if you guys have any additional information. Don't mind just share here. E.g. Salary range / work experience / other working committees / projects / working environment.

Thanks in advance!
Lecturer usually pay 7-9k, after 7-8 years of working most will promote to Senior Lecturer pay range 9-12k

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Hi, thanks for the advice. However, may i know what's the entry pay for grads with 2-3 yrs of working experience? Or rather how much can they ask for?

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Lecturer usually pay 7-9k, after 7-8 years of working most will promote to Senior Lecturer pay range 9-12k
Wow, that's quite alot. Is this accurate? Seems to be more than poly lecturers lol. What are the lecturers' qualifications? Phds? Or just bachelor's? Because if my uni lecturers know this they will probably all run to ITEs.
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Most of the ITE lecturers are private degree types like SIM, MDIS, RMIT, Monash, Curtin etc. Some of them have a few technical certs issued by trade bodies usually related to blue collar jobs. Those with local deg will choose to lecture in poly instead.

ITE lecturer is just a fancy name for teacher. In fact if you look at the academic qualification of the ITE lecturers, most are below even MOE secondary school teachers.

I really doubt any of these so called lecturers are making more than 6k. The younger ones maybe 3-4k the well experienced senior kind with >10 years exp maybe 4-5k.
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Most of the ITE lecturers are private degree types like SIM, MDIS, RMIT, Monash, Curtin etc. Some of them have a few technical certs issued by trade bodies usually related to blue collar jobs. Those with local deg will choose to lecture in poly instead.

ITE lecturer is just a fancy name for teacher. In fact if you look at the academic qualification of the ITE lecturers, most are below even MOE secondary school teachers.

I really doubt any of these so called lecturers are making more than 6k. The younger ones maybe 3-4k the well experienced senior kind with >10 years exp maybe 4-5k.
hello scumbag... look down on ite lecturer for what. just because ppl not good at exam kana condem har. ite has many highly successful top execs from fortune 500 co who teach for passion or do partime as sideline ok.
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Most of the ITE lecturers are private degree types like SIM, MDIS, RMIT, Monash, Curtin etc. Some of them have a few technical certs issued by trade bodies usually related to blue collar jobs. Those with local deg will choose to lecture in poly instead.

ITE lecturer is just a fancy name for teacher. In fact if you look at the academic qualification of the ITE lecturers, most are below even MOE secondary school teachers.

I really doubt any of these so called lecturers are making more than 6k. The younger ones maybe 3-4k the well experienced senior kind with >10 years exp maybe 4-5k.
Get your facts right before blasting nonsensical stuff in here... every single quote by you is wrong... So obviously you dont know so STFU...
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i know of many ite lecturers that are fch from local unis and even some well known foreign unis. many are also snr mgt in pte sector that are serving as part time lecturing. obviously some are just posting condescending nonsense to put down others.
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ITE lecturer here. First of all: yes, we are teachers with a fancy job title. But we are way above MOE teachers as we prepare the students to be ready for the industry, which in turn will help them to earn a living. Coming to teach in ITE is a calling and you must be patient with the students. Having said that, the salary is not too shabby and the welfare/work-life balance cannot be found elsewhere.

For those in the lowest salary scale (for diploma holders with at least 3 years of full time working experience), salary ranges between 2700 to 2900. I fall under this category as my degree is from a private university, so I was employed based on my diploma. The cap for those in this scale is around 4300. But diploma holders with degrees from private unis can be emplaced to the degree holder salary scale. ITE does not hire fresh graduates (with diplomas and degrees), with the exception of the PE and Lifeskill department.

Degree holders with industry experience (at least 3 years full time), ITE will normally match or pay more than your current salary. Based on that, they will then place you in the appropriate salary scale.

There are 4 bonuses: mid year, end of year, 13th month (calendar year) and performance (financial year). No point competing with your colleagues for the performance bonus as the grades are given on a take-turn basis since everyone is doing the same job.
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Thanks! So is it true that after 7 - 8 years, one can expect to be senior lecturer and a pay of $9-12k?

If so, then annual income can $150k - $180k.

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ITE lecturer here. First of all: yes, we are teachers with a fancy job title. But we are way above MOE teachers as we prepare the students to be ready for the industry, which in turn will help them to earn a living. Coming to teach in ITE is a calling and you must be patient with the students. Having said that, the salary is not too shabby and the welfare/work-life balance cannot be found elsewhere.

For those in the lowest salary scale (for diploma holders with at least 3 years of full time working experience), salary ranges between 2700 to 2900. I fall under this category as my degree is from a private university, so I was employed based on my diploma. The cap for those in this scale is around 4300. But diploma holders with degrees from private unis can be emplaced to the degree holder salary scale. ITE does not hire fresh graduates (with diplomas and degrees), with the exception of the PE and Lifeskill department.

Degree holders with industry experience (at least 3 years full time), ITE will normally match or pay more than your current salary. Based on that, they will then place you in the appropriate salary scale.

There are 4 bonuses: mid year, end of year, 13th month (calendar year) and performance (financial year). No point competing with your colleagues for the performance bonus as the grades are given on a take-turn basis since everyone is doing the same job.
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