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curious 11-09-2009 09:35 PM

Civil Service Pay - Director level
 
Hi

Everyone has heard about the high minister's pay, but I was wondering what do Directors/Assistant Directors at government stat boards get paid?

What scale is this??

Unregistered 13-09-2009 12:17 AM

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Originally Posted by curious (Post 4470)
Hi

Everyone has heard about the high minister's pay, but I was wondering what do Directors/Assistant Directors at government stat boards get paid?

What scale is this??

When I was working at a government agency (don't ask which one), I got to know that a Dir's pay is about $10k pm. I guess now it's about $12k bah. I'm talking about "normal" ones.

High flying CEOs are different - some got promoted to become deputy permanent secretaries, who are definitely pegged to superscale levels, the lowest of which is already about $30k pm. That's why it's called "super" mah. :)

Unregistered 06-09-2010 09:10 PM

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Originally Posted by curious (Post 4470)
Hi

Everyone has heard about the high minister's pay, but I was wondering what do Directors/Assistant Directors at government stat boards get paid?

What scale is this??

contrary to popular belief assistant directors don't really earn too much. typically can earn anything from 4.5K to 7K. for some govt agencies the range could be even wider

Unregistered 06-09-2010 11:30 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 4472)
When I was working at a government agency (don't ask which one), I got to know that a Dir's pay is about $10k pm. I guess now it's about $12k bah. I'm talking about "normal" ones.

High flying CEOs are different - some got promoted to become deputy permanent secretaries, who are definitely pegged to superscale levels, the lowest of which is already about $30k pm. That's why it's called "super" mah. :)

I believe the 30K pm is entry-level superscale for Administrative Service officers. Anyone knows what is the entry-level superscale salary for non-AOs?

Unregistered 07-09-2010 08:29 AM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 7225)
I believe the 30K pm is entry-level superscale for Administrative Service officers. Anyone knows what is the entry-level superscale salary for non-AOs?

My guess is 8k thereabout.

Unregistered 07-09-2010 05:38 PM

should be ard 12-13K. not all directors are superscale and definately more than $10
K because DD get up to $10k

Unregistered 09-09-2010 10:20 AM

Someone asked about the entry level super-scale for non-AO. It's about 11k.

Unregistered 09-09-2010 03:36 PM

Superscale means MX9 onwards right? How long does it normally take a non scholar to reach that position? Im assuming most just end up retiring at MX10 or MX11?

Unregistered 09-09-2010 05:35 PM

Entry AO superscale is grade 9, $18k pm, not $30kpm. With bonuses all in, maybe $25kpm on 12 month basis.

Unregistered 10-09-2010 02:02 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 7240)
Entry AO superscale is grade 9, $18k pm, not $30kpm. With bonuses all in, maybe $25kpm on 12 month basis.

How do I get into entry-level AO?


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