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WSP FOR PORT OPERATIONS OFFICER

WHAT IT IS

The SkillsFuture Work Study Programme (WSP) is a work-study programme designed to give fresh graduates from polytechnics and the Institute of Technical Education (ITE) a head start in careers related to their discipline of study.

Selected applicants will be matched with a job related to their discipline of study and undergo a 12- to 18-month structured training programme. They can look forward to the following:

  • Facilitated learning, on-job-training (OJT) and work-based projects
  • Assigned mentors at the company to guide and provide support
  • Enjoy a well-structured career progression pathway, in line with the company’s talent development plan
  • Receive an industry-recognised certification and potential wage progression or career advancement based on performance
  • Singaporeans will receive a $5,000 sign-on incentive
  • Employers can receive a grant of up to $15,000 per individual placed in the SkillsFuture WSP to defray the costs of developing and providing structured on-job-training

Specialist Diploma in Port Management and Operations

  • Join either PSA Corporation or Jurong Port as a Trainee Senior Operations Supervisor or Trainee Assistant Port Operations Executive respectively
  • 12 months long programme with in-house training, facilitated/e-learning and mentorship
  • Starting salary of $2,100
  • Attain a Specialist Diploma in Port Operations and Management awarded by Singapore Polytechnic upon successful completion of the programme

WHO CAN APPLY

Individuals
This WSP is for Singaporeans and Singapore Permanent Residents who are fresh polytechnic graduates from relevant maritime, business and logistics and supply chain courses. The list of eligible diploma courses can be found here.

However, only Singaporeans who are within three years of graduation or Operational Ready Date for National Servicemen will receive the sign-on incentive.

Employers
The WSP is also for relevant companies, societies and non-profit organisations that are registered or incorporated in Singapore.

WHEN TO APPLY

The application period typically commences from January to April.

HOW TO APPLY

Interested applicants may submit the WSP interest form together their resume with the course name as the subject header to ptenquiry@sp.edu.sg. Please note that all resumes will be forwarded to all participating companies for their selection.

Selection of applicants is at the discretion of the participating companies and participating companies will contact their shortlisted applicants for interview.

Only applicants who are hired by the participating companies will be invited to submit an online application for the Work Study Programme.

For enquiries on course specific details, please contact the course manager:
Name: Capt Chatur Wahyu Pinandoro
Email: wahyu@sp.edu.sg

FIND OUT MORE

Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore – Factsheet on SkillsFuture Earn and Learn Programme for Maritime
Singapore Polytechnic – Work Study Programme Specialist Diploma in Port Management and Operations
SkillsFuture – About SkillsFuture
SkillsFuture - Skills Framework for Sea Transport
Straits Times – Skillsfuture Support, Job Portal, Cash Incentives to Attract More Than 1,200 to Maritime Sector
Straits Times – Three New Earn and Learn Programmes Launched For The Maritime Sector

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What is SkillsFuture?
SkillsFuture Study Awards (Sea Transport)

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