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Manpower Policy and Planning, Assistant Manager

Keywords / Skills : Policy, Manpower Planning

0 - 5 years
Posted: 2019-12-03

IT/Computers - Software
Other Roles - Policy
Posted On
3rd Dec 2019
Job Description
Manpower Policy and Planning, Assistant Manager

You will be part of the human capital development manpower planning team working with multiple stakeholders to conceptualise, plan and analyse ICT and Media (ICM) manpower trends to develop manpower strategies to meet the needs of the sector. To be effective in this role, you should preferably have a good understanding of the ICM sector and be able to develop sound analysis and facilitates decisions.

  • Monitor labour market developments and analyse employment data and trends
  • Involve in managing, analysing quantitative and qualitative data from various sources that best reflects the infocomm media sector landscape, manpower needs and challenges to support in the development of manpower policy-making decisions
  • Collaborate within IMDA and across public agencies to enable seamless execution of manpower strategies and initiatives

  • Background in Business, Economics, Computer Science, Engineering disciplines or equivalent
  • 2 years of relevant working experience in similar capacity
  • Candidates with no experience are welcome to apply
  • Able to work independently, within a team and across teams
  • Possess good analytical and problem solving skills
  • Good interpersonal relationship skills and be able to adapt to fast pace of work
  • Good verbal and written communications skills, including good stakeholder management skills
  • Have a keen interest and appreciation of the industry trends
  • Candidate must be a Singaporean 

Position will commensurate with experience.
Only short-listed candidates will be notified.

About Company

Info-communications Media Development Authority ( offers a rewarding career that gives you a front seat in the fast-changing infocomm media sector, where technology and content are shaping the way people view the world more than ever.

We offer a wide range of opportunities, where talented individuals and teams can make a difference. Whether you are developing a telecommunications policy affecting consumers or spearheading a scheme to nurture budding media talents, each member of IMDA contributes towards driving innovation, enhancing productivity for economic growth, and improving the quality of life for all Singaporeans.

As a statutory board in the Ministry of Communications and Information, IMDA promotes and regulates the infocomm and media sectors.
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