JOBS IN SINGAPORE
Better Infrastructure, a brighter future
The transformation of Infrastructure is accelerating, and it’s skills like yours that are making the rapid move to the cloud and the overhaul of legacy systems possible.
Businesses need innovative, forward-looking strategies – and the right people to realise them. We’re talking – every day – to organisations of all sizes, in all sectors, who want to unlock the possibilities of a truly agile, responsive infrastructure.
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We take the time to consult. To question. To develop exclusive relationships with a wide range of employers. And then to secure the right role for you.
Our understanding of what you value most in a role means we can match you to the best opportunities – ones that you wouldn’t find elsewhere.
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IT Solutions Architect
Incentive bonuses and allowances with health and dental
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Your Infrastructure job questions, answered
Are there lots of Infrastructure jobs available in Singapore?
What industries are hiring for Infrastructure jobs in Singapore?
Most organisations in Singapore prefer to keep their Infrastructure teams lean. However, you can generally find a job in any industry – such as Banking, Fintech, or Manufacturing – as all industries will need the support of Infrastructure specialists as they accelerate their adoption of the cloud.
How much can I earn in an Infrastructure role in Singapore?
Make sure to use the Hays Salary Checker to benchmark your earnings!
What Infrastructure skills are in demand?
Cloud skills are seeing rising demand since remote and hybrid working became the norm. Those with network engineering skills are especially prized, and even more so if you have certifications such as CCNA, CCNP, or CCIE. Additionally, traditional IT skillsets in Technical Support and Helpdesk areas, and general IT Infrastructure operations management continue to be valued.
Don’t forget about soft skills too – communication and delivery, creativity in problem solving, and stakeholder engagement are ones that employers look out for, especially for senior level professionals.