Roles In Finance After Pursuing An RPA Course

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Finance is known to be a profession that consists mostly of number-crunching. In this regard, Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is a great way to save time and reduce error margins. This is especially key when an accuracy in figures is essential in balancing the books. According to Gartner, more than 80% of finance executives have implemented or plan to implement RPA via RPA course.

After all, they’re no stranger to the use of automation to drive high-value, forward-looking business thinking. Once you’ve completed your RPA course with flying colours, you can bag one of these 4 high-paying job roles.

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1. RPA Business Analyst 

Those with knowledge and experience in RPA within the Information Technology (IT) department can apply for the position of business analyst.

This role requires you to:

  • Analyse business processes and recommend RPA-related solutions to improve efficiency and reduce costs.

You will also need to have strong analytical and problem solving skills. If you have experience working across teams on medium to complex regional channel systems, that can be a huge advantage!

Expected Salary Range: $4,000 – $8,000 with 2 years work experience (source:

2. RPA Developer

Keen on taking up a developer role? An experienced candidate is responsible for analysing and evaluating the automation needs and requirements across departments.

He/she will also lead the automation efforts within the company, discovering and identifying potential automation opportunities.

  • Designs, develops, and implements RPA solutions using software tools like UiPath, Blue Prism, and Automation Anywhere.

Expected Salary Range: Average base pay ~$6,000+ (source:

3. RPA Project Manager

Do you have a meticulous and organised nature? Enjoy keeping projects on track? Have a way of communicating across the organisation, from entry-level executives to upper management? Then a project manager role might be right up your alley!

Their scope includes but is not limited to:

  • Managing RPA-related projects, ensuring that project deliverables are met on time, within budget, and to the necessary quality standards.

Expected Salary Range: $7,000 – $15,000 with 5 years experience (source:

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4. RPA Solutions Architect

Much like you’ll expect from an “architect”, this role is responsible for the setup and development of RPA solutions and frameworks. They need to evaluate and recommend the appropriate RPA tools and technology, document all technical requirements and best practices, and ensure integration with the existing systems and technologies.

  • Develops and maintains the overall technical architecture for RPA solutions, ensuring they are scalable, secure and maintainable.

Expected Salary Range: $8,000 – $20,000 with 5 years experience (source:

There’s one thing that these roles have in common – they are all relatively well-paying jobs, in an ever-growing sector! RPA skills are also in high demand, being largely transferable across industries. Hence, there’s really no reason to procrastinate on your RPA certifications in Singapore.

To kickstart the learning process, why not give BELLS’s RPA course with SkillsFuture Credit subsidy a try? An introductory course to RPA with SkillsFuture credit eligibility, it’s great for those transitioning from other industries or looking to scale up their automation skillset. To securely gain employment in these high level, in-demand roles, you’ll need to attain higher RPA certifications in Singapore.

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