Are you studying tech right now and wondering where you can go to work after graduation?
Or maybe, you’re a person who always believes that a job isn’t just about the monthly moolah going into your bank account. You need it to be meaningful as well.
Well, if you’re someone who’s looking for a tech or digital position, we’ve got some good news for you.
200 Tech & Digital Positions Available at NTUC Enterprise
NTUC Enterprise is looking to fill up 200 tech and digital roles by the end of 2019.
They want to turn the organisation into a full-fledged tech and data-driven organisation as it planned a lineup of digital initiatives to better serve Singaporean customers.
Types of Roles Available
So what type of roles are they expecting to fill?
They’re hiring aggressively in all digital and tech disciplines.
Mobile engineers, front-end and back-end engineers, UX omnichannel designers, digital marketers, and data scientists…you name it, they’re probably looking for it.
Here are some of the positions that are already open for applications.
The advertised positions include:
- Business Analysts
- IT Solutions Manager
- Data Scientist
- Backend Engineer
- Data Security
There are currently 41 IT roles shown on their job portal, but don’t worry if you can’t find anything you like right now.
The positions will be released progressively throughout the year.
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Here’s What You Can Expect From Your Work
So what will you be doing at the organisation? How can you be sure that you’ll be making an impact?
NTUC Enterprise is embarking on this huge undertaking because the landscape is changing, and they have to plan ahead in order to keep up with the competition.
For example, FairPrice.
With the appearance and astounding growth of online grocery stores like Redmart and Honestbee, they have to focus on FairPrice On, an online grocery store for Singaporeans by Fairprice.
Why Is This Important?
If you’re familiar with NTUC Enterprise and the social enterprises under its banner, you’d know their mission is to keep prices low and affordable for the common Singaporean.
The organisation supports as many as 2 million consumers in Singapore every year in the following areas:
- Daily Essentials
- Affordable Meals
- Continuous Learning
- Health Care
- Elderly Care
- Financial Planning
And if they were to lag behind for-profit competitors, the prices for everyday goods might just be driven up.
So, the chance to make a difference plus having the opportunity to be part of the transformation going on right now which will definitely look good on your resume?
You can check out the full list of positions available here.
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