My company and my job
My day to day job involves collating intelligence and mounting operations to nab drug abusers and traffickers.
How I got my job
I sat for a psychometric test followed by an interview with the psychologist and then attended a panel interview. The interview panel posed tricky scenario-based questions which thankfully I was able to think on my feet and answer.
The highs and lows
The most satisfying part of my job is knowing that what I do will have a positive impact on our society, keeping Singapore drug free for our future generations. As our society progresses, drug trends are also evolving and since drug enforcement work is proactive in nature, we must keep ourselves abreast with the drug trends and situation.
My happiest moment at work
Knowing that my hard work translates into the safety and security of Singapore and also the happiness of individuals whose hearts we have touched.
Training and support
During my budding years in CNB, I was assigned a very caring and helpful mentor and that really helped to ease me into the environment and the job scope.
Finding joy in my work is very important as it keeps me going. Having a supportive family and great colleagues ease the challenges of managing work-life balance.
Be passionate about what you are doing for it is what keeps the fire burning inside.