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02-04-2021 01:34 AM
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NCS is not a place offering high pay, but I am still enjoying the 1+ yr period in NCS as the boss and team are good. Join NCS at mid 2019 ($5300 with 5+ years experience, P2, perm), get performance grade 3 at year 2020 (1.5mth prorated bonus for 9mth, no AWS, no pay increment), and leave NCS during the second half of 2020. There are training opportunities like Azure training and if the team is good, you can still enjoy work life balance (10am to 6pm + 2hr lunch break, though need to OT during deployment day, can claim taxi after 9pm, and heard some team need to OT almost everyday, but never confirm).
tldr: you didnt learn much since it was less than 2 years
01-04-2021 02:15 AM
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Heard first 7 weeks is on course then after that based on your performance.. if good go companies to develop new stuff... if bad go companies to maintain existing products
what is the difference between the P1/2/3/4/5 grades and MX grades?
03-03-2021 06:54 PM
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01-03-2021 08:52 PM
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any idea if NCS after interviews will they inform you if rejected? or just ghost you
What date did you have your interview?
25-02-2021 09:58 AM
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any idea if NCS after interviews will they inform you if rejected? or just ghost you
Only successful candidate will be informed.
24-02-2021 06:47 PM
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any idea if NCS after interviews will they inform you if rejected? or just ghost you

May be you can ask hiring manager .
24-02-2021 06:21 PM
Unregistered any idea if NCS after interviews will they inform you if rejected? or just ghost you
24-02-2021 10:18 AM
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NCS is not a place offering high pay, but I am still enjoying the 1+ yr period in NCS as the boss and team are good. Join NCS at mid 2019 ($5300 with 5+ years experience, P2, perm), get performance grade 3 at year 2020 (1.5mth prorated bonus for 9mth, no AWS, no pay increment), and leave NCS during the second half of 2020. There are training opportunities like Azure training and if the team is good, you can still enjoy work life balance (10am to 6pm + 2hr lunch break, though need to OT during deployment day, can claim taxi after 9pm, and heard some team need to OT almost everyday, but never confirm).
Ncs actually not a bad place as stepping stone .
At least help me increase my base salary and Gain some experience before move to next job .

Just donít bother politic .
02-02-2021 07:59 PM
alberlt NCS is not a place offering high pay, but I am still enjoying the 1+ yr period in NCS as the boss and team are good. Join NCS at mid 2019 ($5300 with 5+ years experience, P2, perm), get performance grade 3 at year 2020 (1.5mth prorated bonus for 9mth, no AWS, no pay increment), and leave NCS during the second half of 2020. There are training opportunities like Azure training and if the team is good, you can still enjoy work life balance (10am to 6pm + 2hr lunch break, though need to OT during deployment day, can claim taxi after 9pm, and heard some team need to OT almost everyday, but never confirm).
13-01-2021 09:30 PM
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are you a women? most managers are women.
Sounds like generalisation
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