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05-06-2020 02:35 PM
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Anyone knows the timeline taken for whole process from start to offer?
Here's my timeline

Mid Feb - Call up for informal interview with management minus director (1st Interview)
End Feb - If successful, HR will arrange for formal interview + Presentation on subject matter (2nd Interview) + practical session with director and management team.
Early April - HR will seek permission to contact your referee to do reference check
Mid April - HR call to inform on offer and arrange for pre-employment briefing and medical checkup.

Hope this clarifies your question. Good luck and stay safe!
03-06-2020 06:49 AM
Unregistered Anyone knows the timeline taken for whole process from start to offer?
29-05-2020 08:07 PM
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To enter at 3.3 for diploma holder may be difficult especially in the current climate, unless you have some direct teaching experience. And there are many from retail/f&b/motivational speakers etc who are laid-off or unemployed and looking at that same position now.

If you get to the interview stage, it depends on what you can put down on the table to the interviewers, and for the hr working on your application to propose an offer.
Noted! Thank you for sharing so much! ^^
29-05-2020 12:46 PM
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Thank you so much for your insights!
Let just say, Iíve the capabilities and performed well for the interview.
My last drawn salary was 3300
You think is it possible for them to pay me that amount now? :/
To enter at 3.3 for diploma holder may be difficult especially in the current climate, unless you have some direct teaching experience. And there are many from retail/f&b/motivational speakers etc who are laid-off or unemployed and looking at that same position now.

If you get to the interview stage, it depends on what you can put down on the table to the interviewers, and for the hr working on your application to propose an offer.
28-05-2020 07:15 PM
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Got chance if you can show you have the industry experience and knowledge + skills to teach. Will definitely be required to prepare and conduct a sample lesson during interview. Reading off powerpoint slides = fail.

Since you are young, you might be looked upon favorably if you have the ability to engage students vs older applicants in their 40s / 50s. Of course you will need to back this up with what is in the para above.

Salary is mainly based on qualifications and matched to the corresponding grade. Diploma pay is about the same across public service.
Thank you so much for your insights!
Let just say, Iíve the capabilities and performed well for the interview.
My last drawn salary was 3300
You think is it possible for them to pay me that amount now? :/
28-05-2020 03:13 PM
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Ite lecturer should demand minimum 120K pa, otherwise be pri/sec sch teacher better progression
Yes plus outside perks not bad too. Can get to piak piak Xiao Lians occasionally too!
28-05-2020 11:14 AM
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Hi all,

I'm interested in Lecturer under Lifeskills / Retail Services.
Mid 20s initially planned for full time uni but due to current family financial state...
so ya,
5 yrs full time exp in sales + customer service (3yrs as assistant cs manager)
dip in engineering + 4 yrs part time exp in sales.

any chance? may i know the pay range?
thank you!
Got chance if you can show you have the industry experience and knowledge + skills to teach. Will definitely be required to prepare and conduct a sample lesson during interview. Reading off powerpoint slides = fail.

Since you are young, you might be looked upon favorably if you have the ability to engage students vs older applicants in their 40s / 50s. Of course you will need to back this up with what is in the para above.

Salary is mainly based on qualifications and matched to the corresponding grade. Diploma pay is about the same across public service.
28-05-2020 05:54 AM
Unregistered Hi all,

I'm interested in Lecturer under Lifeskills / Retail Services.
Mid 20s initially planned for full time uni but due to current family financial state...
so ya,
5 yrs full time exp in sales + customer service (3yrs as assistant cs manager)
dip in engineering + 4 yrs part time exp in sales.

any chance? may i know the pay range?
thank you!
15-05-2020 05:48 PM
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Yes, $60k is my current annual package. I see, would they usually match up to the annual package last drawn?
Ite lecturer should demand minimum 120K pa, otherwise be pri/sec sch teacher better progression
15-05-2020 04:05 AM
sinkingfeeling As a poly/ite lecturer, you can expect to face more pressure and stress from management than from students
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