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Nila Swathi
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Hi,

am working in java and willing to relocate to Singapore. i have posted my profile to most of the Singapore job portals includes JobsDB,JobsStreet,Monster. But am not getting any interview calls. Can someone provide me the Singapore Consultant details?

Thanks in advance.
 
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truly speaking , from India getting job in Singapore is very difficult.

if you have Certifications , MS from UK or US top university, and 3+ years of experience then its different case
 
Nila Swathi
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sachin potu wrote:truly speaking , from India getting job in Singapore is very difficult.

if you have Certifications , MS from UK or US top university, and 3+ years of experience then its different case


Thanks sachin for your response. am B.Tech graduate and having almost 4 years of exp. Could you please provide me any advice in finding out jobs in Singapore?
 
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trying in Singapore is waste of time , instead shift a job in India you may get any where between 6 - 12 depending on position, skill set and location
 
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Nila Swathi
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Thanks for the responses.
 
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Hi Nila Swathi,

I am working in Singapore since 4 years. Getting a job here is not too difficult, the thing is, you need to have specialized skill set. Regular Java/J2EE stuff skill is easy to find here,
however, if you any particular skill like MQ, Tibco or Banking domain knowledge/experience, you can find a job here. There are many consultants who are bringing qualified candidates
from India to here on contract jobs. If you want further details, you can PM me.

Keep trying, you will find it. It's not waste of time trying for a job in Singapore, aftera ll, Singapore is not a paradise.
 
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Hi swati,
what surya replied is correct.Getting a job in singapore is not very difficult.keep posting your resume in job site.you will get that.
hi surya, I read your blog http://sai-surya-talk.blogspot.com/.the articles are intresting.I like the following two articles.
1)Iterative Development vs. SDLC
2)My job hunting addiction in Singapore

thanks for sharing useful info.

Regards
Poorvika
 
Nila Swathi
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Thanks for your response Surya and Poorvika.
 
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Sai Surya wrote:Hi Nila Swathi,

I am working in Singapore since 4 years. Getting a job here is not too difficult, the thing is, you need to have specialized skill set. Regular Java/J2EE stuff skill is easy to find here,
however, if you any particular skill like MQ, Tibco or Banking domain knowledge/experience, you can find a job here. There are many consultants who are bringing qualified candidates
from India to here on contract jobs. If you want further details, you can PM me.

Keep trying, you will find it. It's not waste of time trying for a job in Singapore, aftera ll, Singapore is not a paradise.


My dear friend , I have been living in India (Kolkata ) . Now I have been working as a mech. draughtsman nearly 18 years , can i have a job at Singapore , how ? please write me
 
Savannah David
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hi all

I am looking for a job in singapore and i am on dependent pass. I have 2 years of experience in java/j2EE. But i am not getting any call here. its been six months here and now i have started loosing my hope. Can any one please suggest any consultancy or job portal who will guide in my job hunt. also please tell me is it good to take express services from monster or jobstreet?

thanks in advance
 
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Hi,

I have 1.6 years of experience in JAVA and i want to find a job in singapore.. Can anyone guide me?
 
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Sai Surya wrote:Hi Nila Swathi,

I am working in Singapore since 4 years. Getting a job here is not too difficult, the thing is, you need to have specialized skill set. Regular Java/J2EE stuff skill is easy to find here,
however, if you any particular skill like MQ, Tibco or Banking domain knowledge/experience, you can find a job here. There are many consultants who are bringing qualified candidates
from India to here on contract jobs. If you want further details, you can PM me.

Keep trying, you will find it. It's not waste of time trying for a job in Singapore, aftera ll, Singapore is not a paradise.



Hi Surya,

Can you elaborate your journey from India to Singapore. I aspire to work in Singapore. I have 3+ years of experience in Java/J2ee.
Your reply would help me a lot.

Thanks & Regards,
Ketaki Sinkar

 
Shahbaz Alam
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Hi Nila Swathi

I am currently working with IBM Global Business Services. i am seeking a job in Singapore. I have worked in Java/J2EE technology. Please suggest me any consultancy or any way in which I can get any job
 
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Welcome to the Ranch
 
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Welcome To The Ranch ...

Have a Great Time Here ...
 
sanjeev victor
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Campbell Ritchie wrote:Welcome to the Ranch


 
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Sai Surya wrote:Hi Nila Swathi,

I am working in Singapore since 4 years. Getting a job here is not too difficult, the thing is, you need to have specialized skill set. Regular Java/J2EE stuff skill is easy to find here,
however, if you any particular skill like MQ, Tibco or Banking domain knowledge/experience, you can find a job here. There are many consultants who are bringing qualified candidates
from India to here on contract jobs. If you want further details, you can PM me.

Keep trying, you will find it. It's not waste of time trying for a job in Singapore, aftera ll, Singapore is not a paradise.


Hi Surya.

I am a Websphere MQ consultant with 3years relevant & 5 years total experience. Can you please suggest me how to proceed for jobhunt in singapore from India. I have been applying to HR firm & bank sites from India but no luck. Could you please help..
Thanks !!
Saju
 
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I am core java developer with 10yrs of experience (multithreading, concurrency and low latency stuff). Are my skills good enough to get a job in singapore?
 
hardik Radadiya
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Hi ,

I am .Net developer , and have working experience on web development using Microsoft ASP.net and ASP.net MVC ,I have 2.5 years of experience and i have done M.C.A So i wanted to know that can i get good job in singapore
 
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My son is BE(IT) from DDIT Nadiad(Gujarat) having 2+ years experience.He will be visiting Singapore in March/April 2015 (for 4/5 days). Pl.give list of recruitment firms/consultants who can arrange personal interview with good IT firms.
 
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I'm a b.tech graduate and have overall IT experience of 8 years on Microsoft .net and other trending technologies like AngularJS, NodeJS, Hadoop. Is there any chance of getting job in countries like Singapore/Malaysia/Dubai from India? Please let me know any recruitment firms / consultancy details so I can approach. Thanks in advance.
 
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Welcome to the Ranch
You probably can find such jobs, but I don't have any information myself.
 
Rasheed Syed
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Dear Mr. Tapas Banarjee

I am mechanical Design Engineer with 3+ years experience in SOLIDWORKS (3D) , AUTO-CAD (2D) and SAP-PLM. I was searching for job in singapore, but i am unable get calls or response from the job site and also employer.

Please suggest me the mechanical consultancy to approach and get the job in singapore. As i have seen many vacancies related to my profile. But i am unable to get the feedback from the employer.

Regards:
Rasheed Syed.
 
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Welcome to the Ranch
Since Mr Banerjee posted 4½ years ago, you might not get a reply soon. I do not know whether the Singaporean job market is buoyant or stagnant.
 
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