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06-06-2020 07:57 PM
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Anyone from dsta doing engineering project management (non IT) manage to jump outside? Want to have some idea what are some possible career transitions, worried of non transferable skills
Go to other govt agency and statboard.
06-06-2020 07:53 PM
Unregistered Anyone from dsta doing engineering project management (non IT) manage to jump outside? Want to have some idea what are some possible career transitions, worried of non transferable skills
04-06-2020 08:18 PM
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bump. anyone has an idea?
Probably the similar to the procurement payscale
02-06-2020 09:34 PM
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Saw a job posting for DSTA Senior Executive/Assistant Manager/Manager (Corporate Communications).

Anyone knows what's the payscale? Am looking to jump from private industry with 3y of work experience.

Thanks in advance!

bump. anyone has an idea?
02-06-2020 03:51 AM
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3.8 is it with NS or non NS.

usually with NS will get +300 more
With ns and first class
01-06-2020 06:03 PM
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Many DSTA procurement people eventually move to other civil service/stat boards as well, where they are apparently highly sought after, as DSTA has been designated as the Centre of Excellence for Public Sector Procurement.

Do note that workload may be high and learning curve can be steep.

All the best!

I see, thanks for the advice! I have decided to pursue another offer in the end.
01-06-2020 09:53 AM
Unregistered I applied for a procurement post and status is Pre-Screening. May i know what this mean as i have yet to receive any calls. Usually how long will the tis Pre-Screening take?
01-06-2020 09:24 AM
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How about project manager not doing tech, like managing military hardware?
You will be highly sought after by your vendors and suppliers like ST Engineering, Thales etc
01-06-2020 02:46 AM
Unregistered Saw a job posting for DSTA Senior Executive/Assistant Manager/Manager (Corporate Communications).

Anyone knows what's the payscale? Am looking to jump from private industry with 3y of work experience.

Thanks in advance!
31-05-2020 05:51 PM
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Tbh 3.8 for procurement role not sound very high leh, considering its quite notorious that the workload is very high. but important not is job stability. you go see MNC, like o&g. anytime they will cut pple
3.8 is it with NS or non NS.

usually with NS will get +300 more
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