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09-09-2020 01:49 PM
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What's the difference between CM and SCM? What's the pay ceiling like for both? Some bckgrd info about myself, I am in another stat board, age 31 male. Gross about 6.4K/ mth. I am interested to join PA. If offered CM/SCM role any chance of getting a pay match / increment?
The only role you can apply is SCM in order to meet your salary expectation. CM's salary range is much lower (MX12-13 range). CM and SCM are doing almost the same things..
07-09-2020 05:28 PM
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What's the difference between CM and SCM? What's the pay ceiling like for both? Some bckgrd info about myself, I am in another stat board, age 31 male. Gross about 6.4K/ mth. I am interested to join PA. If offered CM/SCM role any chance of getting a pay match / increment?

Which Stats board are you in now? Certain stats board might have good chance.

If im not wrong, there is no longer SCM role. Only CM now. likely for 6.4k, u will be DCD level range.
10-08-2020 09:35 PM
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It depends on vacancy, whether the DCD or CD role is available.

As, there is a high turnover rate at the CC level. If ur DCD or CD resigned, then you will have the chance to promote fast. If your DCD or CD stay on, then you will likely be CM till kingdom comes.
What's the difference between CM and SCM? What's the pay ceiling like for both? Some bckgrd info about myself, I am in another stat board, age 31 male. Gross about 6.4K/ mth. I am interested to join PA. If offered CM/SCM role any chance of getting a pay match / increment?
10-08-2020 11:07 AM
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What's the path for a degree holder? How come there are some young DCD (early 30s) but some in mid to late 30s still a constituency mgr? Is it bcos the CEP is very low?
It depends on vacancy, whether the DCD or CD role is available.

As, there is a high turnover rate at the CC level. If ur DCD or CD resigned, then you will have the chance to promote fast. If your DCD or CD stay on, then you will likely be CM till kingdom comes.
11-06-2020 01:06 AM
Unregistered I believe they do, but don't take my word for it. Generally you can expect to wait up to around 1 to 1.5 months.
02-06-2020 07:08 PM
Volt Anyone done with the interview in May? Will they send rejected email to candidate?
02-06-2020 09:21 AM
Unregistered Hi does anyone know when will the job opening for CM be available in their pa.gov web?
16-05-2020 08:46 AM
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inflation of designation name

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What's the path for a degree holder? How come there are some young DCD (early 30s) but some in mid to late 30s still a constituency mgr? Is it bcos the CEP is very low?
Do not be mislead by the "Director" in titles such as DCD and CD, they are inflated.

Equivalent of DCD = Manager/Senior Manager in Public Service. While, CD = Senior Manager/Asst Director.

They are not equivalent to a full-fledged, DD or D.
16-05-2020 07:30 AM
Unregistered Can share the salary of CM and DCD? Wondering if this is a safe and stable path to embark on
11-05-2020 12:55 PM
Unregistered What's the path for a degree holder? How come there are some young DCD (early 30s) but some in mid to late 30s still a constituency mgr? Is it bcos the CEP is very low?
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