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Old 29-11-2017, 08:18 PM
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CEP is dependent on your qualifications and previous experiences if not fresh grad. 4.4K for MX13 is not exactly normal, either you have outstanding grades or you job has some special scheme.
if it is special scheme, it wont be called MX13

outstanding grade wont get u exceptionally higher pay bcos starting pay is determined based on formula.

so it is either u have 1 or more years of work exp, or that now everyone with ur qualifications are getting the same pay.



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thanks for the reply mate! what is the PB expected for fresh grads (assuming MX13) as an average performer ?

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Old 30-11-2017, 03:35 PM
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Does anyone knows how is CEP computed for fresh local university graduates?
What are the influencing factors?
Any chances of review as career progresses?
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May I know what's the career progression like in MOH? Entering as a fresh grad, how many years does it take to go from AM > M > SM > AD.. etc.?

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Anyone knows if within a ministry, there are different salary ranges for different positions? E.g. Do policy roles get paid more than ops (like finance, procurement)?
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can HR lowball you if your last drawn salary is not as high as if you were in the civil service? how would you know if you have been lowballed and possible to nego?
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Anyone knows if within a ministry, there are different salary ranges for different positions? E.g. Do policy roles get paid more than ops (like finance, procurement)?
In general, the salary range is the same for all positions (less specialised roles e.g. lawyers in Legal Dept).

The difference lies with progression. My experience is that there are more higher ranked positions in policy depts as we need to clear papers up to DDs/PSes.
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Does anyone knows how is CEP computed for fresh local university graduates?
What are the influencing factors?
Any chances of review as career progresses?
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Your CEP is usually determined by your boss after you complete Year 1, during performance appraisal. It would be endorsed by your management, hence little changes thereafter, unless you have some outstanding achievements.

Influencing factors? Hmmm whether your boss see you up or not and if he/she likes you. Lol.


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I have a colleague who joined in 2008 with 2nd upper and hit her MX11a ceiling ($8555) in 2017. I am reasonably sure she didn't bluff me.

Therefore it is possible that someone is able to hit 9K in 9 years. I'm guessing that the VMI for top performers is way higher than for above average performers.
Well, I wouldn't say that's entirely impossible.

I had a first class honours and started my career with $4k/mnth. Consistent B performer. Am completing my 3rd year soon, drawing about $5.75K/mnth now (includes 1 promotion + 2 CS adjustment).

After the MI in Mar 18, would probably be drawing smth along $6.1K. Essentially I need to have an increment of about $2.4k over the next 4-5 years. Possible if I have another promotion and maybe a CS adjustment.
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Well, I wouldn't say that's entirely impossible.

I had a first class honours and started my career with $4k/mnth. Consistent B performer. Am completing my 3rd year soon, drawing about $5.75K/mnth now (includes 1 promotion + 2 CS adjustment).

After the MI in Mar 18, would probably be drawing smth along $6.1K. Essentially I need to have an increment of about $2.4k over the next 4-5 years. Possible if I have another promotion and maybe a CS adjustment.
I believe the topic is regarding a post mentioning that his starting pay is 2.5k 10 years ago and now earning 9k. That is average 14% each year if include 10 years of increment. Your average annual increment is close to 11%.
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