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Old 09-04-2012, 03:50 AM
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Just some question about civil service:

I quote 3 scheme:
DXO scheme
Education scheme
MX scheme

The education scheme is under the GEO scale, from the website, got the CONNECT Plan Payouts, like once every 3-5 years, teacher are allow to get some $$ from this plan...


The DXO also got kind of plan similar to CONNECT Plan, as stated in the website few years back, now they remove the info already.>>Can someone really confirm this?

Just curious do the MX scheme also have similar plan, that allow employee to draw out lump sum $$ once every 3-5 years??

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No such thing for MX scheme.

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Old 09-04-2012, 04:32 AM
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LOL your salary is really IMBA!!!! You are from the 2007july grad batch right!! Me same batch as you. I will need to work my @ss off at least 10 more years to hit your 5.7k in my company!!! And by that time, you should be MX10 or MX9 with a salary of min 8k - 12k range!!!
As someone pointed out earlier, to get from MX10 to MX9 is a challenge because you are essentially placed on superscale. Most ppl once on superscale are unlikely to leave service and thus the bosses want to make sure that the MX9-ers are of a certain quality. As of now, i wouldnt leave service if i am superscale unless i have really really really compelling reasons.

But as I earn more, i learn more about myself and human being. I used to think that i would be happy with 5k monthly gross. But now, i find myself wanting more. It's unhealthy and I try to curb such desire for more. Now my target is to hit above 100k per annum. Now just hit above 90k.

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Old 10-04-2012, 11:07 AM
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any1 has the new salary range for MX after the salary adjustment?

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Old 10-04-2012, 12:14 PM
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any1 has the new salary range for MX after the salary adjustment?
I also curious to know. Is the starting pay of all fresh grad @ MX13 from "pass" to "good honors" degree also adjusted upward? Ie by 10% more?? Because in Feb 2012 most people from MX12/11 is getting upward by 10% more!!

Data from salarysingapore website:

For year 2011

Job grade: MX13
Job title: Management Executive
Pay scale: up to S$2,800 for fresh graduates

Those with NS will get approx addition $300 - $500 more
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Old 10-04-2012, 02:54 PM
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Nope.. the salary revision in Feb was a one-off increment for the lower income civil servants who were drawing a pathetic low salary for too long a time.... Most fresh grad starting salary remains unchanged for most ministry and stat boards.....
HR doesn't need to offer a fresh grad a higher than the usual market rate before he even starts to contribute to the oragnisation.... No need to disappoint yourself wth your wisful thinking...


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I also curious to know. Is the starting pay of all fresh grad @ MX13 from "pass" to "good honors" degree also adjusted upward? Ie by 10% more?? Because in Feb 2012 most people from MX12/11 is getting upward by 10% more!!

Data from salarysingapore website:

For year 2011

Job grade: MX13
Job title: Management Executive
Pay scale: up to S$2,800 for fresh graduates

Those with NS will get approx addition $300 - $500 more
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Old 10-04-2012, 04:29 PM
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Nope.. the salary revision in Feb was a one-off increment for the lower income civil servants who were drawing a pathetic low salary for too long a time.... Most fresh grad starting salary remains unchanged for most ministry and stat boards.....
HR doesn't need to offer a fresh grad a higher than the usual market rate before he even starts to contribute to the oragnisation.... No need to disappoint yourself wth your wisful thinking...
I do agree one-off increment for the lower income civil servants is needed, but is only limited to the MSO(those poly grads) personnel. That's why they are given +15% increment.

But those MX12/11/10 are already getting high salary even before the Feb salary adjustment!!

Got 1 guy posted last Oct2011 in other thread in salary.sg forum, that time(approx 6 months ago) he already earning $4800+ in a ministry with slightly more than 4 years of exp @ MX11 which he got promoted in apr2010, with 2nd upper. He was from the 2007 NUS batch.

And just few days ago, I think he, the same person posted his salary again in other salary.sg forum thread, now after the Feb adjustment + Apr2012 merit increment, he is getting $5700+(annual salary slightly more than 90K) with just 3 more months to hit 5 years exp with the ministry since fresh grad. The point is he is just a normal farmer, non-scholar.

You can ask anyone on the street, how many engineer can actually get this kind salary for 5 years of exp in the same company. (excluding oil/gas industry, excluding financial/banking sector and commission base job).
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how is it possible that someone who started work in 2007 has a starting pay that is even more than my current pay when i started working in 2003


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I do agree one-off increment for the lower income civil servants is needed, but is only limited to the MSO(those poly grads) personnel. That's why they are given +15% increment.
and still have to be in service as of 31 Jan 2012. those who join after that, don't have.
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how is it possible that someone who started work in 2007 has a starting pay that is even more than my current pay when i started working in 2003
I dunno but seem got some proof over here!!!

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28 years old male (with NS)
2nd upper local grad
civil servant (4 years since graduation)
non-scholar (MXS scheme)
72k per annum (including performance and mid/end-year bonuses)
https://forums.salary.sg/17271-post811.html

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Yups. I graduate in July 2007. My gross monthly pay is $4800+ (basic excluding bonuses). Should go above $5k next April (civil service yearly increment date). Trying to get a gauge of how I am doing compared to peers.
https://forums.salary.sg/17295-post821.html

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2007- $3280 MX13
2008 - $3545 MX12
2009 - $3836 MX12
2010 - $4200+ MX11
2011 - $4800+ MX11
2012 Apr - $5000+ (est)

MX13 to MX12 (promotion/confirmation after one year contract which is standard for those who enter civil service at entry grade of MX13)

Got promoted to MX11 on Apr/May 2010.
https://forums.salary.sg/17353-post824.html

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Lastly, I took ~3 years for every 1k jump. Now earning 5.7k for less than 5 years experience. 2nd upper male with ns. not a scholar. in a ministry MX scheme. first job since graduation.
https://forums.salary.sg/23487-post1717.html

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I suppose all these info are from the same person.

6 months ago in Oct2011, he stated that his salary is already $4800+ at MX11.

by Feb2012 salary +10% salary increment = $4800 x 1.1 = $5280+

by Apr2012 salary, since he promoted quite fast to MX11, I assume he is 'B' performer, base on other info for the merit increment for MX11 @ B grade, it is another +8.8% merit increment

==>Final salary in Apr2012= $5280 x 1.088 = $5744 (is a very good guage of the 5.7k salary he stated)
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Guys, any idea of the baseline for a managerial position in corporate comms at STB?

Have 3 years experience in PR and creative direction, and 2 years as a journalist in a international news agency.

Danke.
I would also like to know. Anyone plz advise?
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