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IT Support Engineer
- Provide on site/ helpdesk support to Microsoft Office applications, Windows Operating Systems, and Lotus Notes/ Exchange/ Outlook and Internet Explorer/ IT peripherals related issues.
- Perform installations/ configurations/ upgrades/ troubleshooting on various Windows OS.
- Provide advice and assistance to end-user whenever necessary
- Min. Diploma in IT or relevant field
- Posses 1 to 2 years helpdesk and/or desktop support experience
- Proficient in troubleshooting Microsoft Office applications/ Windows Operating Systems/ Outlook/ Exchange/ Lotus Notes/ Internet Explorer and networking
- Capable of providing either Helpdesk or on-site support
- Able to work independently with minimum supervision.
- Good communication skills in both English and Chinese
- Able to start work on a short notice will be an added advantage
- CCNA certification will be an advantage
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Think her base salary is about 3.5 but usually with bonuses and overtime it works out more like four.
She only has about 10000 in CPF (became PR in early 2021 roughly).
We are only getting married in Jan so they might see it as a ‘marriage of convenience' too?
Those are the negatives anyway.
If they need nurses and don't want to lose them, does that count in her favour?
She is Malaysian Chinese (27) and child bearing age. Tho maybe that doesn't matter for LTVP.
I have a degree in UK from top 200 University and doing a masters atm. I worked in Singapore from 2017-2021. Will they have knowledge of that when considering application?
I can also speak a bit of Chinese but doubt that matters.
From what I gather, LTVPs are accepted for the most part, are they not?
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Would you say once I reach my 40s there would be 'no point' applying for PR as a single because here is 'less chance' I will have a family/kids in Singapore? Though I think it would be quite sad to get rejected for PR even after working in SG for 10+ years... #-o
You are in the right industry. The old saw here about getting PR after the age of 45 only if you are a neurosurgeon or rocket scientist has a lot of truth to it when you consider the size of Singapore (580 sq/km) and the population (5.5 m) and the lowest TFR in the world (it's been in the bottom three for 30 years). That is why the preference for child bearing aged married folks are preferred. A Single person theoretically takes the same amount of housing space (something of a premium here) as a married couple with one newborn (which can grow up to be a baby-oven or NS man - both required badly). We don't mean to be negative but it is what it is. If .....
May I know when will I get the golden call?
I did my medical check-up on 27th May 2022 and still have not gotten any calls or email yet.
Previously I wrote my notice period on my application is 1 month but I wrote 2 weeks notice period on the actual interview date. Now I can go anytime/immediately.
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One week after PR formalities:
- Hubby collected his IC from a SingPost outlet and updated his employer.
- He received mailers (generic and PIN) from SingPass. If you have the SingPass app that is linked to the old FIN, just click “Reset the app” and register with the new PIN, the SingPass will now show the new NRIC number.
- He received letter about CareShield and the .....