UNDP: Graduate Development Program - Intern

Are you in your final year of studies or a recent graduate? Here is an internship program that will set you up for a job in the environment and conservation sector.

UNDP is looking for interns to join the Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and forest Degradation (REDD+) Project team.

Field of studies includes business management, agriculture, economics, environment and geography, sustainable development, climate and disaster resilience. Attach the following documents in your application:

- CV
- copy or academic transcript
- letter of interest or motivational letter
- Reference letter from a tertiary institution

Email applications to registry.pg@undp.org or hand deliver at UNDP Country Office, Level 14, Kina Bank Haus, Port Moresby.

Applications close on 8th of July 2019.

Exxon Mobile: Intern & Graduate Engineering Recruitment Program

Job Description:
ExxonMobil PNG Limited is a subsidiary of Exxon Mobil Corporation and Operator of the PNG LNG Project, an integrated development that included gas production and processing facilities in the Southern Highlands, Hela, Gulf, Central and Western Provinces.

The Project commenced production in the middle of 2014 and supplies liquefied natural gas to customers in Asia.

ExxonMobil PNG Ltd is looking for students and Graduates who are eager to explore relates job opportunities with us in below programs.

The positions will be based in Port Moresby Headquarters, LNG Plant Site or Hides Gas Conditioning Plant.

Intern & Graduate Engineering Recruitment Program. (Applications close by 28 July 2019)

Job Opportunities include positions in process surveillance, electrical power systems, instrumentation and controls, computer networks and systems, civil, geotechnical, machinery, mechanical integrity and pipelines.

 Job Requirements:Graduate Opportunity: About to receive or have received a bachelor's degree in Engineering within the last three years.Students and graduates of all engineering disciplines are invited to apply.

To find more information and apply online, please go to https://jobs.exxonmobil.com/

  • Type 'PG' under search by location
  • Click job titleClick on 'Apply now' button and 
  • choose 'Apply Now'Register your email address and remember your password for future login.
Please follow the steps until you reach the page where there is 'Submit' button, click 'Submit'

Please do not submit application through the mail

Online Payslip for PNG Teachers NEW - Register

A new web-based app called the MyPaySlip Application will make it easier for Papua New Guinea teachers to access their payslips online. It (the online payslip) was launched recently (27th June 2019) by the new Education Minister in Port Moresby. The application is also available as a mobile app on Google Play.

Online payslip log in

Access the app

The online payslip app is available via this link. Or click on the image above to the Tisa Payslip home page. The URL link is http://mypayslip.education.gov.pg.


Only the teachers who register with their credentials will access their online payslips. That means that two things need to happen before teachers can access the payslips.

First, the teachers must register. The education department - TSC - needs to clearly articulate the 'how to register' guidelines to teachers so that they can register.

Meanwhile, there are indications that school provincial inspectors, with the help of the Education Department IT branch and app developers, will facilitate Tisa Online Payslip registration.

Second, teacher who register will be provided with login credentials. This is done as a security measure. In fact, this is a better way to safeguard your login details. And, also make sure no one other than you see your payslip online.

Registration Details

As mentioned earlier, school inspectors (elementary, primary and secondary school inspectors) will be the point of contact for registration. 

So, teachers will have to provide the inspectors with their Teaching Service Commission (TSC) biodata. This includes your personal details such as:

  • First and last names
  • File number
  • Mobile number
  • Gmail/email address, and
  • Recent passport size photo.

In anticipation for the roll out of the Tisa Online payslip system, TSC would have communicated with the school inspectors regarding the manual registration process. For more information, contact your local inspectors or TSC direct.

Other info - Teachers Online Payslip

The teachers can access their payslip online using smartphones, laptop or personal computers, or mobile devices with connection to the internet.

Google play app

In the past, the Finance Department facilitated the wss online payslip for PNG public servants through this link wss.finanance.gov.pg. Though it was very useful, the finance department could not maintain it. All public servants registered on the wss network lost the ability to access their payslips online. 

This *new* online payslip for PNG teachers will, certainly, give the teachers the ability to check their payslips online. Furthermore, the online application is likely to address other pay management problems, such as ghost teachers/public servants, that may have existed at present.

It will also ensure the one-position-one-pay concept is achieved through the online payslip - a better approach to monitoring the teachers' pay.

During the launching of the online payslip Education Secretary, Dr. Kombra, has called on teachers across the country to use the term three holiday to register for the online payslip.

Clarity on 'how to register'

The challenge now is for the education department (and TSC) to roll out the registration across the country, efficiently and effectively. So that all teachers are registered with the Tisa Payslip Online. 

Finally, clarity about 'how to register' (how to get your login credential', what to attach and who to see...) for the Tisa Payslip application refer to the Education Department website.

You can also get information and application forms from your provincial school inspectors.  

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30:30:40 TFF Funds Allocation Needed Clarity from 3 Key Stakeholders

This post revisits the joint ministerial statement by the, then, Education Minister and Education Secretary in 2016 regarding the Tuition Fee Free policy statement. The statement clearly showed the 30:30:40 breakdown of TFF grants. This post also highlights the key stakeholders of the policy.

Here is the 2016 joint press release and summerised in diagram below..

TFF funds allocation 2018

First, the Top 6 schools in the country that received the highest funds in 2018 as published by the NDoE in January 2019 are:


You can see how much money your school or province receive here. The list was originally published by National Department of Education  (NDoE) on itswebsite in pdf form. 

PNG Insight rearranges the list of TFF-receiving schools in tabular form. This makes it easier to identify a particular school. Or, you can group school into a province, and identify how much  money each school is receiving in 2018.

Perhaps it is important to note that TFF grants given to schools in 2012 - 2017 are not available in the public domain, except the 2018 shown here.

School Learning Materials - 30% of TFF Grant

The Students' Supplies component of 30% is, also, an area needing clarity. The financial reports for the last 7 years for this component was not clearly reported on, or made available to public.

A private company has been allocated the money to procure and supply students learning materials. In fact, a dual secretarial and ministerial media statement in 2016 indicated that 30% of the TFF grant was allocated to Procurement and Supplies yearly. That is 30% of >K600 million every year in the hands of the private company.

So, has the procurement and distribution company delivered quality learning materials to schools? 

This year over K79 million was released to the private company to deliver materials for 2019. It is nearly half a year, but many schools have been waiting to receive the learning materials, unfortunately.

MPs PSIP and DSIP - 30% of TFF grant 

All schools in every district - elementary, primary and secondary - must receive help from their local MPs through the District Service Improvement Program funds released to the MPs. 

School infrastructure developments plans done by the school board, and captured in the school development plans or SLIPs, must be funded by the district grants.

Additionally, provincial governments through the provincial treasury must actively fund the development of school infrastructure in the country.

Why is there little-to-nothing to show for in the elementary, primary, high and secondary schools in the country?

Questions should be raised as to where the MPs have put the DSIP/PSIP grants meant for education and school infrastructure development, had the funds not reached the districts, schools and people.

Cash Grant for schools - 40% of TFF allocation

As mentioned earlier, 60% of TFF grants are in the hands of this private company and MPs - a lot of money. The NDoE deals with the 40% cash grant into school accounts, directly.

All in all, the ministerial statement 2016 clearly gave the break-down of the TFF grant into 30:30:40 components. Money meant for TFF policy are managed by the private  co, MPs and NDoE.

What is completely missing is transparency shown by the key stakeholders ( private company, NDoE and MPs) in the delivery of TFF policy.

The stakeholders will admit that there were obvious problems with TFF policy. Since 2012, TFF funds marked in the budgetary allocations have been more than the actual figures released. TFF grants were released to schools late.

The 3 key stakeholders have problems getting TFF monies on time.

But, regardless of the late disbursements monies and school supplies, in many cases,  the people MUST know over K600 million of TFF money have been disbursed to schools, the private company and MPs yearly.

Therefore, every stakeholder must demand that financial and transaction reports are produced promptly.

It is common knowledge that there is a complete lack on transparency on reporting, or the accounts do not balance out, IF no financial balance sheet is published to date.

This surmounts to a failure in the way the policy is implemented. Furthermore, when the books do not balance, there is something seriously wrong. And needed fixing.

There are whispers in the education corridors that the 30:30:40 components had been readjusted in 2018. However, there is no media statement or published document from the NDoE to confirm that the adjustment.

If that happened, it is canny that stakeholders did *not* know about the recent TFF component adjustment.

And, what is the new break-down?

Read more about the recommendations of a TFF policy research here.
  • The private company releases the financial report of procurement and supply of students learning materials,
  • The MPs have clearly identified how much they spent on school infrastructure development in their districts, and
  • The NDoE publishes the TFF grant yearly report for 2012 - 2017. Note that the 2018 TFF report was published early this year, 2019.
Finally, the TFF policy is a cornerstone policy for the PNG goverment and for the country. The policy needs fine-tuning. 

PNG is better placed, at present, to deliver a better tuition fee (EDUCATION FEE) policy given its experiences in the last 8 years.

BSP Service Fee Clarified - Updated

A few years ago Bank of South Pacific (BSP) had ~12 transactions/service fees that were passed onto customers to pay. This was recently posted on by The Sun (15 June 2019) Facebook page. At the time of this post, the BSP Service Fees on Facebook received 111 comment and 182 shares.

This was reposted on Twitter (see below) and received an overwhelming reaction, too.

The BSP CEO clarified that many of the charges were no longer effective. In his media response, he said that BSP 'reduced and removed a number of banking fees' (National, 17th June 2019).

Changes to Fees/year

  • Removed Cheque fee/2015 - K2.50
  • removed Annual Visa Debit Card Fee/2017 - K100
  • Removed Dormant fee account/2018-?
  • Removed Statement mailing fee/2018-?
  • Reduced Eftpos Merchant Commission-?
  • Removed branch deposit fee Kundu standard Account-?
? Means fees not indicated in the media report.

These changes saved customer K50 million. It means that it could have been the amount BSP had collected, cumulatively, from the customers had the fees were not removed.

Here is the response from the BSP CEO.

According to the report above, the following are the latest fees for using BSP banking services. Note that BSP has two products that carry different service fees.

Two BSP products

1. Kundu Package Account
- Monthly fee charged K9.50
- Mobile top-up K0.50
- Esi-Pei Top-up K0.50
- Airline Ticket payment Mobile Banking K2.50
- No Teller Service fee
- Majority of transactions are free

2. Kundu Standard Account
- Mobile Banking Transactions  K0.50
- Eftpos transactions K0.25
- Airline Ticket purchase Mobile Banking K2.50
- Withdrawal with a teller K4.00
- Withdrawal (ATM) K0.50
- Withdrawal (another Bank ATM) K2.50
- No monthly fee
- No deposit fee
- No dormant fee
- Charges per other transaction

Perhaps it is important to note that BSP had responded to the sentiments shared about the different fees it passed onto customers, both past and present. The point here is that any BSP customer must be aware of the different fees charged by their bank. 

And, appreciate the fact that they are actually paying certain amount of money from their bank accounts when they are performing a transaction.

2019 Second Quarter TFF Grant of K105 Million Not Released to Schools 2 Weeks Before Qtr Ends

Some ten secondary and high schools in Milne Bay Province have unanimously decided to end term two prematurely this week, after no tuition fee funds have reached the province this term.

News source: NBC News Milne Bay/Facebook

A Headmaster’s group meeting held this week saw a general consensus to hold board meetings for this decision to be effected within this week.

Chairman of Milne Bay’s Principals & Headmasters Group Ishamel Aurere was frank, he says they’ve operated without funds the entire term and especially for boarding schools, they are now in the red.

“Especially in terms of sustaining the boarding part of schools, because most of us are boarding institutions. Up until now, we have not heard anything on TFF for this term and it's the only area schools depend on for their operations so as we come towards end of term two, no word on TFF from national Government. 

It is very unlikely for schools to hold on until the end of the term. Our deliberations last week ended with the advice each school should return to hold emergency board meetings to effect this decision or to come up with alternatives to hold on."

He says expenses however are not all boarding student rations based, schools had overhead costs such as electricity and water for town based schools and general operations that needs funds for.

He says the decision was unanimous.

“All the schools have not received their component of TFF up to last week so we do not know as to each school's situation and we've given them these options but it's likely most of them will see a premature end to the term".

He says school heads have been reminded to keep within proper channels so it’s likely they will hold emergency board meetings early next week to effect the early shutdown of classes for term two.

Six secondary schools and four high schools in Milne Bay will be affected.

These include Cameron, Hagita, Holy Name, Watuluma, Misima and Wesley Secondary Schools and Suau, Cape Vogel, Kiriwina and Kuiaro High Schools.

This does not include primary schools but it’s highly they are also in the same boat.

Cameron Secondary School in the heart of Alotau when contacted this morning confirms they officially sent off students today. 
They were finishing off with tests and exam paper corrections today, before being sent off for possibly a months' term holiday, classes to resume third week of July.

Principal Edward Malona reveals, "Teachers here however will take only a week's leave and will be spending three weeks to put in place strategies for catch up work for classes missed as they've just completed their term exams."

We sought comments from local Education Advsior Roma Tuidam who tells us the matter has been brought to the department by Alotau MP Charles Abel who reveals, Education Secretary Dr Uke Kombra has advised him they’ve received an initial K25 million and this will be disbursed to high and secondary schools this week, however they are in need of a further K80 million for all schools.

Source: Facebook/NBC Milne Bay

PNG Kumuls vs Toa Samoa Pacific Test: A Combo of Young and Talented NRL and Intrust Super Cup Players

The 2019 Pacific Test is sure to be a ripper between the PNG Kumuls and Toa Samoa at Leichhardt Oval on Saturday June 22.
samoa vs png 2019
Twitter/NRL in PNG

Papua New Guinea Kumuls is putting together a strong 18 men team for the Pacific Test 2019 composed of players from NRL and Queensland Intrust Cup:

  • NRL= 7 players
  • Wynnum Manly = 3 player
  • PNG Hunters = 5 players
  • North Devils = 1 player
  • Townsville Blackhawks = 1 player
  • Burleigh Bears = 1 player
Recommended reading: samoa vs png 2019 and Lions vs PNG Kumuls Fixtures.

  1. Edene Gabbie Wynnum Manly
  2. Edwin Epape Wynnum Manly
  3. Enock Maki PNG Hunter
  4. James Segeyaro Brisbane Broncos
  5. Junior Rau PNG Hunters
  6. Justin Olam Melbourne Storm
  7. Kurt Baptiste North Queensland Cowboys
  8. Kyle Laybutt Townsville Blackhawks
  9. Lachlan Lam Sydney Roosters
  10. Luke Page Burleigh Bears
  11. Moses Meninga PNG Hunters
  12. Nixon Putt Norths Devils 
  13. Rhadley Brawa Wynnum Manly
  14. Rhyse Martin Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs
  15. Stanton Albert PNG Hunters
  16. Terry Wapi PNG Hunters
  17. Xavier Coates Brisbane Broncos
  18. Zev John Melbourne Storm
For the complete Pacific Test samoa vs png 2019 and British Lions vs PNG Kumuls fixtures, see here.

School Reform in PNG: Reforming Home, School and Society - an Academic's Book Worth Reading

The book is an academic's view on School reform in Papua New Guinea. It looks into children, parents and family as the building block of true school reform.

Titled School Cultures: Powerful Mediums to Transform Individuals, Schools and Societies, the book addresses family, classroom and school as the main setting for powerful reformation of the school culture.

To buy the book, contact details are provided below. A must-read book for parents, teachers, school administrators and provincial and national education officers.
School reform in png
Facebook/Dr K. K. MALPO

Here is an original post from the author...

"A holistic approach to School Reforms" is what Dr. K. Kelep-Malpo's latest book on "School cultures: Powerful mediums to transform individuals, schools and societies" brings out.

Parents, especially young parents and families of today must buy as the point on "Homes and families being the first institutions of character building is substantially discussed.

Parents are further urged to train their children to make Quality Decisions whilst under their care before they leave home.

Graduates with Character come out of schools where strong Christian values, beliefs and practices like Retreats,TSCF, Scripture Union etc are encouraged.

Classrooms as Engine rooms where future architects of society are made, must be well catered for, for PNG's robust and quality workforce.

Head teachers with visions to transform schools are needed for PNG's schools today.

It is a must buy book for School boards & administration plus provincial authorities for holistic and not piecemeal reforms.

You can purchase this book from Dr. K. Kelep-Malpo (72328963) email address: malpokapa@gmail.com or Moses Elias - POM (70454290) email address; emson72.me@gmail.com.

Re-posted from the author's Facebook page.

How to register for BSP Mobile Banking App

Visit your nearest branch to register. Here’s what you need to bring with you;

1. Complete an application form
2. Provide valid ID
3. Bring along your Mobile Phone
First, register by following the three steps above. You'll be provided with login details.

Second, download the app and install on your mobile phone. Then, activate the app.

Final step is when you get to sign in using the login details provided to you.

Always secure you password and user names using a combination of characters only you can recall. Never disclose your login credentials to anyone.

Next Gen Graduate Trainee Program Nestle PNG - Job Opportunity

New graduate png job

This opportunity has closed. However if you want to show your interest, email: joyce.karoto@pg.nestle.com with a subject title: Next Gen Graduate program.

We're seeking smart graduates, with a credit average, who share our vision as the leading nutrition, health and wellness company in the world.

We welcome achievers who are excited to take on new challenges and share their ideas. On-the-job training, development and exposure to real projects will give you the opportunity to work with great people while earning a competitive salary and access to industry benefits. 

“Be part of a market leading multi-national of fast moving consumer goods and kick start your career with an employer of choice” 

Our Graduate Trainee program might be perfect for you. It’s developed to recognise young talent, and it’s your chance to get hands-on experience.

These rotational positions present excellent training opportunities, potentially leading to a permanent role after a structured 2-year program, and could result in a longer-term career throughout our global company.

Opportunities exist:

3 Sales Graduate Trainee 2 Supply Chain

Graduate Trainee Job Requirements:

Relevant tertiary Business qualifications are essential. Of high importance will be your initiative, results-focus and excellent written & oral communication skills, whilst experience using the Microsoft Office suite is also key. Exposure to the fast-moving consumer goods industry will be highly advantageous. 

Nestle will provide you:

  • Exceptional potential for growth
  • On-going training and development
  • Financial support for Salary, housing, transport and medical.

This is an excellent opportunity to join a leading organisation whilst gaining invaluable work experience.


To apply, email: joyce.karoto@pg.nestle.com with a subject title: Next Gen Graduate program.

Closing date: Friday 16th August 2019

PwC Graduate Development Program - University Graduates Opportunities

PwC - the company 

Across 157 countries, PwC combines business acumen and industry know-how to provide a market-leading array of professional services. We’re not just about technical expertise; our industry teams comprise a broad range of skills and experience to advise and grow businesses both locally and globally and support the community in which we live.

If you're looking for professional development, challenging opportunities, access to inspiring leadership and first-class mentoring and training, then a graduate career at PwC is for you. PwC provides a supportive work environment to help you create a career of value.

Graduate development opportunity 

You’ll enjoy a variety of experiences, develop an enormous range of skills, and build relationships that will stay with you throughout your career. The diversity of our clients’ needs provides opportunities to work on projects which will challenge and excite you.

Join us and you can expect to work with some of the biggest and fastest-growing companies in Papua New Guinea.


Access a vast range of internal and external work and project opportunities, with the option to change your career direction as your experience with PwC evolves. You will be working to world-class standards and methodologies and have access to global resources, expertise and capabilities.

How can my career progress?

At PwC we’re constantly looking to develop and challenge our people. Our review and performance development process is designed to guide you through your career at the pace that works best for you. In addition, you can benefit from some great programmes designed to give you flexibility in your career choices.

The PwC environment is such that coaching managers and partners welcome the opportunity to discuss your career goals. They can then help you find the opportunity that's right for you! 

If you’re interested in overseas opportunities, our exceptional global mobility programme will support you in your application for an overseas secondment to ensure you find an opportunity which suits your development needs.

Prime Minister James Marape and Cabinet

Prime Minister James Marape Government's 33 cabinet ministers.

Image: Facebook/Sunday Bulletin 
1. James Marape - Prime Minister

2. Davis Steven - Deputy Prime Minister and Justice and Attorney General

3. Joseph Yopyyopy - Education

4. Lekwa Gure - Civil Aviation

5. Wera Mori - Commerce and Industry

6. Renbo Paita - Communication and Energy

7. Wake Goi - Community Development, Youth and Religion

8. Chris Nangoi - Correctional Services

9. Saki Soloma - Defence

10. Soroi Eoe - Foreign Affairs and Trade

11. Jeffery Kama - Environment, Conservation and Climate Change

12. Dr Lino Tom - Fisheries and Marine Resources

13. Sir Puka Temu - Bougainville Affairs

14. Elias Kapavore - Health and HIV/AIDS

15. Nick Kuman - Higher Education, Research, Science and Technology

16. Justin Tkatchenko - Housing and Urban Development

17. Petrus Thomas - Immigration and Border Security

18. Pila Niningi - Inter-Goverment Relations

19. Alfred Manase - Labour and Industrial Relations

20. John Simon - Agriculture and Livestock

21. John Rosso - Lands and Physical Planning

22. Kerenga Kua - Petroleum

23. Bryan Kramer - Police

24. Sasindran Muthuvel - State Enterprises

25. Westly Nukundj - Public Service

26. Emil Tammur - Tourism, Arts and Culture

27. William Samb - Transport and Infrastructure

28. Michael Nali - Works and Implementation

29. Solan Mirisim - Forest

30. Sam Basil - Treasury

31. Richard Maru - National Planning and Monitoring

32. Charles Abel - Finance and Rural Development

33. Johnson Tuke - Mining

PJV's Graduate Development Program Bachelor's Degree Opportunities

PNG mining jobs

At the Porgera Joint Venture (PJV), the single most important reason for the operation's success has been its people. We recognize that our people have not only been the major element of PJV's success but are also its future and that future could include you.

PJV's Graduate Development Program is open to individuals in the disciplines of :
  • Engineering: Mining, Geotechnical, Electrical and Mechanical
  • Applied Science/ Chemistry
  • Metallurgy / Mineral Processing
  • Surveying
  • Geology
  • Commercial and Finance

PJV's professional development program COMPASS is Barrick Gold's flagship program for the training and development of new graduates and promotes a sound and professional path in career development.

This program is designed to provide new graduates or employees entering the industry with a development program that provides both a solid foundation of technical and or/professional knowledge and skills coupled with leadership skill development.

The Compass program enables graduates and professionals to learn and acquire necessary skills, knowledge and tools to become experts and business leaders of the future. Employees learn on the job interacting with site experts, global networks and resources. Our employees engaged in the Compass program have progressed to becoming very skilled, resourceful and technical leaders in their fields both in Porgera and elsewhere in the world.

A two-year fixed-term employment contract is offered to successful graduates/employees to PJV with Health and Medical cover, annual leave after 12 months of service and residential Fly-In-Fly-Out status.

PJV offers you an opportunity to work for a reputable organization with a global footprint complemented by a dynamic work environment, experiencing both open pit and underground mining operations.

The minimum qualification requirement into  PJV's graduate program is a Bachelor's degree in a relevant field. The program is targeted to PNG citizens. Those with two years of professional work experience after completing studies can also apply for the PJV graduate program.

Newcrest Graduate Program: Contact, Interest and Opporunity

graduate development program

Applications for our 2020 Graduate Program are now closed and we are working through reviewing these applications. Successful candidates will be contacted regarding the next steps over the next few weeks. If you missed the application date, please review our Vacation Program page to see if this may be of interest to you instead.

If you would like to show your interest for future graduate development programs, contact  careers@newcrest.com.au

The Newcrest Graduate and Vacation application process is your chance to show us that you have what it takes to be a Newcrest employee. The successful completion of every step brings you closer to becoming one of our people. Read below to find out further information about each step.

Step 1: Apply online
Applications will be accepted online via the Newcrest website, Linked In and Seek amongst other channels.

This year, we are only asking you to submit an application form – no CV or cover letter required.

On your application, you’ll need to respond to several questions covering what you’ve studied, why you’re interested in Newcrest’s Graduate Program and of course, provide your personal contact details.

Please use a personal email address (not your University email), and ensure you upload your full up-to-date academic transcript.

Our team will review your application including taking into consideration your academic results, the relevance of your tertiary qualification, previous vacation work experience, your involvement in extracurricular activities including sport, other interests, memberships, community-based activities or work experience, and importantly, your willingness to work in regional/remote locations.

Step 2: Initial video interview
The next stage is a video interview through our Montage System. Montage gives candidates a chance to answer a few questions using an online video interview recording tool. It’s a quick and easy recording on your laptop/computer webcam.

We will give candidates an opportunity to record their answers more than once. This will give us a chance to 'virtually' meet you and understand more about your experiences and what’s important to you.

Step 3: First interview with relevant stakeholders
The first interview will be a behavioural-based interview (usually via phone) with someone from our Talent Acquisition Team, the Newcrest discipline lead (usually based in Head Office), and representatives from our Telfer (WA) and Cadia (NSW) sites.

Step 4: Site Visits
Second round interviews will be conducted on-site at one of either our Cadia (NSW) or Telfer (WA) operations. We'll make all the necessary arrangements and cover the cost for your travel and accommodation if required.

A site interview will involve a site tour and an interview with the department manager of your discipline and a site HR representative.

This stage of the process is designed to ensure that you feel as comfortable with us as we do with you. We provide opportunities for you to meet with our team and, see our working environment and facilities so you can make an assessment of whether the 'fit' is right for you.

Step 5: Job offer
If your application has been successful we'll contact you to make an offer of employment.

After the offer
We will keep in touch with you with relevant business updates and onboarding activities to ensure you are ready to start your new role in January 2020.

You will need to successfully complete a medical and police/background clearances prior to your commencement so we’ll arrange this with you.

You will also need to provide a final copy of your academic transcript before you commence and a copy of your degree when your formally graduate.

Contact us

Before contacting us, check the Q&As section to see if your question is answered there.

For further information or questions regarding our Program, please email careers@newcrest.com.au

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DHL Graduate Development Opportunities and On-the-job training

graduate development jobs

DHL provides students and graduates with various opportunities to join exciting projects, master demanding challenges and assume responsibility - the right way to launch your career.

As part of your professional development, we provide plenty of opportunities to develop your role and gain knowledge and experience. We'll also ensure we reward your hard work at a competitive rate.

Certified is the Group-wide, global initiative focusing on employee engagement and cultural change to drive service excellence and quality. This training will equip you with the skills and knowledge needed to delight the Customer.

Furthermore, we provide divisional leadership programs and functional training curricula across all our business units to cater to specific development needs. 

Some of the different training and development opportunities provided cover for example different relevant operational knowledge and skills training, health and safety training, language courses or soft skills training.

On-the-job training, which is important for you to gain skills, knowledge and certification to support you in responding better to the demands of your job, is also provided.

Exciting internships and graduate programs give you the perfect start at DHL and prepare you for these challenges and your future career.