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Unregistered 08-12-2010 12:29 AM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 8124)
this file says clearly how much they are paid.

this is in 2008 during the salary revision..
there has been a 10% increase since then.

Unregistered 09-12-2010 06:45 PM

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.

Unregistered 09-12-2010 08:42 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 8136)
Is it unlikely that ministries and other stats boards will accept an ex-teacher?
I have applied to 13 positions but no news so far.....

my stat board got got an engineer ex-teacher. but he haven went for nie. just teach for 6 mths.

confused 10-12-2010 07:18 AM

Hi.....anyone know whats the pay structure like for a polytechnic development engineer for a fresh grad? is it similar to MX scheme?
Thanks.

Curious-employee 10-12-2010 07:00 PM

Re: Will having an MBA help?
 
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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 7351)
Bottom line is if you dont have at least 2nd upper, the honest advice is to avoid govt sector.

What abt an MBA from a local uni? And which sectors are in need of this qualification? Thking of signing up for NUS or NTU, before deciding, need feedbk.....

Cheers

Curious-Employee 10-12-2010 11:31 PM

MBA from local Uni
 
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Originally Posted by Curious-employee (Post 8178)
What abt an MBA from a local uni? And which sectors are in need of this qualification? Thking of signing up for NUS or NTU, before deciding, need feedbk.....

Cheers

Furthermore, will getting a scholarship from e.g. SPRING help like MDS? Hope to get advice from gurus around, the MBA course is not cheap but heard NTU's Nanyang Biz School is quite highly regarded....

Finally, anyone know of STB, MOM or WDA Asst Director posts salary ranges? I heard Director post in Poly is PAX 2, correct me if I'm wrong.....

Cheers

Unregistered 11-12-2010 09:30 PM

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Originally Posted by Curious-employee (Post 8178)
What abt an MBA from a local uni? And which sectors are in need of this qualification? Thking of signing up for NUS or NTU, before deciding, need feedbk.....

Cheers

it might make up for it you won't get paid more than another candidates who has a better 1st degree (ie 2nd upper or 1st degree).

Unregistered 11-12-2010 09:34 PM

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Originally Posted by Curious-Employee (Post 8181)
Furthermore, will getting a scholarship from e.g. SPRING help like MDS? Hope to get advice from gurus around, the MBA course is not cheap but heard NTU's Nanyang Biz School is quite highly regarded....

Finally, anyone know of STB, MOM or WDA Asst Director posts salary ranges? I heard Director post in Poly is PAX 2, correct me if I'm wrong.....

Cheers

scholarship from SPRING for MDS. totally no use. had friends who was in similar situation and no stat board will hire him. NTU biz school? still think you should hold out for a better school if you can afford it.

Unregistered 12-12-2010 12:27 AM

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Originally Posted by Curious-Employee (Post 8181)
Furthermore, will getting a scholarship from e.g. SPRING help like MDS? Hope to get advice from gurus around, the MBA course is not cheap but heard NTU's Nanyang Biz School is quite highly regarded....

Finally, anyone know of STB, MOM or WDA Asst Director posts salary ranges? I heard Director post in Poly is PAX 2, correct me if I'm wrong.....

Cheers

Yeap. Pax 2, which is already in superscale G.

Unregistered 12-12-2010 02:41 PM

Averaged about 11% increment per year over 3 years in DSTA.


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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 8131)
so much?? 17.02% for promotion increment in DSTA??
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means
from fresh grad 2nd lower degree(as engineer in DSTA), assume annual increment is 5%, and promotion(+17.02%) to senior engineer after 3 years

$3280(starting pay)-->$3444(after 1 year)-->$3616(after 2 years)-->$3797(after 3 years)-->$4443(promotion to senior engineer in the 3th year)

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means
from fresh grad 2nd upper degree(as engineer in DSTA), assume annual increment is 5%, and promotion(+17.02%) to senior engineer after 3 years

$3580(starting pay)-->$3759(after 1 year)-->$3947(after 2 years)-->$4144(after 3 years)-->$4850(promotion to senior engineer in the 3th year)

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that is alot..!!! but dunno real or not. any one can confirm??
my company promotion to senior engineer increment only (4-8%) nia..



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