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27-09-2020 05:59 PM
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LTA executive engineer/senior engineer is tagged to which MX pay grade? How much should a 3 years relevant working experience Male local uni with 2nd class uppers expect? Thanks!
SE is mx12, EE is mx11..

mx11a is PE. PM can be mx11a or mx10
27-09-2020 12:39 PM
Unregistered Sounds like SE may be pegged to MX11 and EE pegged to MX11A.
Perhaps Project Manager in LTA is equivalent to MX10.
Not very sure though.

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LTA executive engineer/senior engineer is tagged to which MX pay grade? How much should a 3 years relevant working experience Male local uni with 2nd class uppers expect? Thanks!
26-09-2020 12:33 AM
Unregistered LTA executive engineer/senior engineer is tagged to which MX pay grade? How much should a 3 years relevant working experience Male local uni with 2nd class uppers expect? Thanks!
24-09-2020 01:56 PM
Unregistered If the job is in a special scheme (e.g. engineer, architect, doctor, statistician), there's also market adjustment component bonuses which can go up to 3 months. Total yearly bonus can be up to 7 months for an average performer.

That's in a normal year. The bonus this year will shrink dramatically.
24-09-2020 09:55 AM
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I'm not yet an employee of public service, so this post may be off topic, but I've already received a provisional offer from HR (working adult with 5 years working experience+degree). When the HR 'crunch the numbers' for me, he was saying I would be drawing an average of ?k per month if I included all the bonuses with annual salary and divided by 12. The number (annual+bonuses /12) is 60% more than my monthly salary, is this realistic? Is he using a best case scenario to illustrate (best performer, economy doing very well)?

What is the estimated gauge of bonus (in terms of months maybe) in civil service now?

Just curious.
dont trust HR say... alot of my friends listen to those civil service HR say got 16-17 month package.. ALWAYS take the minimum guarantee package then divide by 12 (eg. 15 month)

bonus is not guarantee but monthly salary is...
24-09-2020 08:42 AM
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I'm not yet an employee of public service, so this post may be off topic, but I've already received a provisional offer from HR (working adult with 5 years working experience+degree). When the HR 'crunch the numbers' for me, he was saying I would be drawing an average of ?k per month if I included all the bonuses with annual salary and divided by 12. The number (annual+bonuses /12) is 60% more than my monthly salary, is this realistic? Is he using a best case scenario to illustrate (best performer, economy doing very well)?

What is the estimated gauge of bonus (in terms of months maybe) in civil service now?

Just curious.
I would say in good times it would average of 4 months additional bonuses (including AWS, performance bonus, mid + year end bonus). But now with bad economy you should remove the mid+year end.
23-09-2020 11:09 PM
Unregistered I'm not yet an employee of public service, so this post may be off topic, but I've already received a provisional offer from HR (working adult with 5 years working experience+degree). When the HR 'crunch the numbers' for me, he was saying I would be drawing an average of ?k per month if I included all the bonuses with annual salary and divided by 12. The number (annual+bonuses /12) is 60% more than my monthly salary, is this realistic? Is he using a best case scenario to illustrate (best performer, economy doing very well)?

What is the estimated gauge of bonus (in terms of months maybe) in civil service now?

Just curious.
23-09-2020 11:03 PM
Unregistered Hi,

Would lyke to ask hows the payscale for MOE teachers like?

How much can i be earning in about 10 years time?

Assuming avg performance in sch, graduated from public U.
23-09-2020 10:45 PM
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Will there still be AWS in december?
no one can giv u a definite ans but i think have
23-09-2020 05:23 PM
Unregistered Will there still be AWS in december?
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