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Yesterday 02:59 PM
Unregistered Sounds like you're describing Year Head, not Level Head…

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level head usually takes charge of the discipline and overall admin matters of that particular level

subject head is abit like assistant hod of that subject
Yesterday 12:58 PM
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Any idea what's the difference between level head & subject head?
level head usually takes charge of the discipline and overall admin matters of that particular level

subject head is abit like assistant hod of that subject
22-05-2020 10:58 PM
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Any idea what's the difference between level head & subject head?
Technically, LH will assist in a subject that the HOD does teach (e.g. LH/Maths might split the levels with the HOD/Maths). Whereas SH is pretty much the IC of a subject within the department that the HOD doesn't teach (e.g. SH/Biology if the HOD/Science is not Bio-trained).

In practice, I've observed that schools may not really care about the distinction… e.g. I've seen plenty of SH/EL or SH/Maths (which doesn't really make sense). But anyway, they are effectively equivalent in terms of 'rank' lah.
22-05-2020 06:19 PM
Unregistered Any idea what's the difference between level head & subject head?
21-05-2020 11:29 PM
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Males who have completed NS get an additional $300 or so, bumping their salary up to $3832.
oh, no wonder. makes sense now. $300 is a lot!
21-05-2020 07:11 PM
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that's why I was surprised when I saw the offer letter.
it has been 2.7-3.5 since before I started uni. they should update their website
Males who have completed NS get an additional $300 or so, bumping their salary up to $3832.
21-05-2020 03:34 PM
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that's why I was surprised when I saw the offer letter.
it has been 2.7-3.5 since before I started uni. they should update their website
is it because you have some work experience prior to joining?
21-05-2020 03:19 PM
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I see 2.7 - 3.5 on their website
that's why I was surprised when I saw the offer letter.
it has been 2.7-3.5 since before I started uni. they should update their website
21-05-2020 02:20 PM
Unregistered Think it'll be another month.

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Open posting is still not on?
21-05-2020 10:20 AM
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i heard that they bumped up the starting salary for teachers. GEO2 untrained now is 3.8k. great time to be a teacher man
I see 2.7 - 3.5 on their website
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