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Old 21-05-2019, 12:07 AM
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bird in the hand is better than two in the bush...especially in this market. Also btw, 2 years exp wont set you up for SM...you might very well end up being offered an AM role in that ministry too
Agreed. Most ministries considers <3 relevant exp as fresh grads roles (ie Asst Mgr) that why i was quite surprised over the different in roles offered.

What stage are you at now? Verbal offer stage for SB and final interview at Ministry? If so you can try telling Ministry that you have an offer and would appreciate if they could get back to you.

I have a friend who told his 2nd interviewers about his having another offer, and they gave him a offer within the same say of the interview.

But if you still at initial interview or shortlisting stage, then go with AM is oso good!

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Old 21-05-2019, 02:19 AM
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Male, approaching 30 soon. Gross salary about 5.8K. Typically will get a 16 months package in a year. What do you guys think? Doing fine? Hoping to earn more. GG to apply for another job asking for close to 7K gross monthly. Hoping for good news.
Serious not? Civil sector Pay so good? Which ministry you from? How many years experience?

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Serious not? Civil sector Pay so good? Which ministry you from? How many years experience?
i think its legit. i am from a private uni w ns 9 yrs experience few years older. drawing more than 1k more w similar, it nt better, annual package

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i think its legit. i am from a private uni w ns 9 yrs experience few years older. drawing more than 1k more w similar, it nt better, annual package
His progression has also been fairly good. To be drawing that kind of pay, he is likely to be on the MX11 pay scale now. Most people would still be on MX12 pay scale at that age.
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His progression has also been fairly good. To be drawing that kind of pay, he is likely to be on the MX11 pay scale now. Most people would still be on MX12 pay scale at that age.
hi, drawing 6.4, grade ceiling pay is 8.4.. at a SB with AWS.. anyone know this is equivalent to mx11 or 11a?
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Old 22-05-2019, 09:37 AM
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11A.

11's ceiling is typically mid 7K.

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hi, drawing 6.4, grade ceiling pay is 8.4.. at a SB with AWS.. anyone know this is equivalent to mx11 or 11a?


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11A.

11's ceiling is typically mid 7K.
Thanks. I am 34 this year, took a slight pay cut (annual package) from private to join public service to try it out. I look through the forum, i think mx11a is still a reasonable pay grade for my age.
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Hi! I'm 29, female graduated with
-overseas degree (no honours)
-scholarship and completed bond
-2 years in relevant field (front) but left and join the finance sector for 5 years.
-now applying to a senior executive role in the civil sector(back office) cause want stability
Skill is transferrable from finance to my previous field that I am applying

If successful, may I know what grade and salary will I be appointed?Any seasoned civil servants able to guide me on this? Thanks, very much appreciated.
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Hi! I'm 29, female graduated with
-overseas degree (no honours)
-scholarship and completed bond
-2 years in relevant field (front) but left and join the finance sector for 5 years.
-now applying to a senior executive role in the civil sector(back office) cause want stability
Skill is transferrable from finance to my previous field that I am applying

If successful, may I know what grade and salary will I be appointed?Any seasoned civil servants able to guide me on this? Thanks, very much appreciated.
My guess/estimate is MX12, about $5k.
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Hi! I'm 29, female graduated with
-overseas degree (no honours)
-scholarship and completed bond
-2 years in relevant field (front) but left and join the finance sector for 5 years.
-now applying to a senior executive role in the civil sector(back office) cause want stability
Skill is transferrable from finance to my previous field that I am applying

If successful, may I know what grade and salary will I be appointed?Any seasoned civil servants able to guide me on this? Thanks, very much appreciated.
I think should be $4-5k, bearing in mind that you’re likely to benchmarked based on your degree outcomez. Since you do not have honours, you base salary is likely to be low 3s with increment based on your experience for around 200/mth - that will depend on the HR to decide. Maybe some top-up for the kind of roles your apply, if you’re it is a senior position, then some increment based in that.

If it sounds little, yes, because starting salary in the civil service is not too high. With your experience, perhaps in the long-run you should go further!
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