Organisation Profiles (Private)

Citi - Banking on Operations and Technology

At Citi, the Operations & Technology function is far from being the back-office support function for the financial institution. It is a key partner to the business in the product design, sales and product delivery.

By Lim Yan Wen

At the leading global financial services company, Operations & Technology (O&T) is seen as a competitive differentiator. It is no surprise then that about 50% of Citi’s workforce in Singapore is in Operations & Technology...

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MTU Asia - People and Power

At MTU Asia, a highly qualified and committed workforce drives the company’s growth. We spoke with three employees, who joined the organisation after graduating with engineering degrees.

By Colin Lim

MTU Asia, located in Singapore, is the regional operational headquarters in Asia and extended arm of MTU Friedrichshafen GmbH. MTU is one of the leading global suppliers of diesel engines and drive systems for applications such as marine, power generation and defense industries. Their product portfolio covers diesel engines of up to 9.100 kW...

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Makino - The Makino Way

Imagine a working environment with structured training, extensive support, high quality standards and cutting-edge technology. Sounds like a dream? Not at Makino Asia Pte Ltd.

By Azhar Jalil

A leading manufacturer of precision machining tools, Makino is a global company that seeks to maintain its advantage in the market by being innovative and continuously improving. The company started out in Japan in 1937 and has since branched out to have regional headquarters in the US, Germany and Singapore.

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Huawei Technologies - A Will to Learn

Huawei Technologies may be a learning organisation, but academic performance is not the only thing they look for in potential employees. A high EQ and having fun are equally important.

By Lim Yan Wen

Having brilliant academic results may indicate a high IQ, but to succeed at work and in life, EQ may be the key instead. Or at least that’s what Mr He Rong, Managing Director of Huawei Technologies thinks.

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Oracle: Becoming Business Leaders of Tomorrow

Hoping to become a business professional after you graduate? Oracle’s Graduate Development Program can help you do just that.

By Colin Lim

In today’s competitive corporate environment, being a degree holder may not always guarantee a promising career. Fortunately, there are companies that offer programs designed to groom fresh graduates into future leaders, often providing them with opportunities to experience working in different lines of businesses along the way. One such company is Oracle Singapore, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Oracle Corporation, which is the world’s largest enterprise software company...

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Deloitte - Where Real Play is at Work

For many, the word “accountant” might conjure the image of a geeky office worker who revels in a world of numbers. But Haridas Kanagasabai would have you know that neither he nor his colleagues at Deloitte Singapore fit that stereotype.

By Trish Landi

“Sure, we love numbers,” said the Assistant Audit Manager of Deloitte Singapore’s Assurance and Advisory Services Group. “But we also know how to have fun...”

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DCG - Scaling the Learning Curve

Derivatives Consulting Group has given fresh graduate Melissa Goh plenty of learning opportunities in the fast-paced finance industry.

By Lim Yan Wen

Even before she graduated from NUS in May this year, Melissa Goh had already set her sights on a career in the Derivatives Consulting Group (DCG). Armed with an honours degree in Business Administration and a major in Finance, Melissa was informed about a job opening at DCG by the Career Office at NUS, and her understanding of DCG made it easy for her to choose from the four job offers she received...

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Great Eastern - Taking the Path Less Travelled, Following Their Hearts

Sometimes life takes us on a journey we never would have expected. Where our “dream lifestyle” and “perfect career” weren’t what we imagined when we were seven years old. So it has been for two high flying Life Planners at Great Eastern, where taking a turn onto the path less travelled led them to the pot of gold that eluded them when they thought they were in the right lane.

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Flying High

Being a Singapore Girl is not just about glamour. Standards are high, whether it is in grooming or conduct. But the highest standard of all is that of service. Career Central finds out more from flight attendants of our national carrier.

By Melody Tan

Daniel Randolph, 35, Leading Steward, SIA (left) and Jessie Keuk, 39, Chief Stewardess, SIA (right)

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