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[Expired] Currency Technician

MONETARY AUTHORITY OF SINGAPORE
Posted On :22 Sep 2013

 

Job Summary

  • Salary:   Undisclosed
  • Work Type: Permanent / Full Time
  • Min. Education Level: Technical Certification
  • Field of Study: Mechatronics, Electrical & Electronic Engineering
  • Years of Experience: 1
  • Skills: Technical support, Structure and facility maintenance

Job Descriptions

Responsibilities

  • Processing of notes returned by banks in accordance with approved guidelines and instructions safely and efficiently 
  • Attending to minor machine problems and report any major machine problems to the supervisor for follow-up and rectification 
  • Preparing the daily production report and other required documentation 

Requirements

  • NTC 2 in Mechatronics, Electrical or Electronics. 
  • GCE 'O' Level with working experience will be considered. 
  • Ability to work shifts and overtime, including Sundays. 

Please apply online at http://www.mas.gov.sg/careers/apply.html, search for the reference number and position you are applying for under Mid-Career Professionals / Support Staff.

To facilitate the selection, we regret that we accept only online applications made at our website.

If you require any assistance relating to the job application form, please submit your case at http://sg.helpdesk.jobsdb.com/djs/ 

We regret only shortlisted candidates will be notified. 



About This Company

Are you interested in shaping Singapore''s economic and financial sector development? Are you interested in influencing Singapore''s monetary policy? Are you interested in information technology, risk management or investment? If you are, we would like to hear from you! MAS officers can look forward to playing an active role in formulating and implementing our monetary policy, managing Singapore''s official foreign reserves, or in supervising, regulating and developing the banking, insurance, securities and futures industries. They also play important roles in developing strategies in partnership with the private sector to promote Singapore as an international financial centre. To find out more about MAS, click www.mas.gov.sg

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