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How to Make Money Online Blog and YouTube

With the increasing access to the Internet in Papua New Guinea, many young people have the privilege others never had in the past - having access to social media, blogs and vast sources of information online. 

This post is about investing your time and effort wisely on your phone and computers which will help you to make money online in the long run.

Investing time & effort

Just imagine in 5 years time you earn US$200 per month in passive income for the effort you put in now by blogging or YouTube-ing. 

It's better than wasting time on social media channels that do NOT reward you for sharing your ideas.

How to make money online

Start A Blog - Earn Money Online

A good way to utilise Internet access is to talk about our beautiful country, your passion and things that interest you.

Start your own blog for free, an example is this blog. The reward (money you make) depends on the visitors to your blog.

In addition, the benefits of blogging are massive

Apart from sharing information, you remember vital facts - facts that are relevant to youIt is rewarding - both educational and monetary gains. 

Let's have a look at the 3 ways to make money online and how to monetise your work. 

Three Ways to Make Money Online

Here are the practical tips to start earning some rewards online. Click on the links provided to explore the opportunities.

1. Start a Free/Paid blog

This blog is an example of a free blog, started in 2014. It took 2 years before we had good traffic to monetise. 

Bear in mind that blogging is not for the faint-hearted and quick-reward-seeking opportunists. F
ocus on your interest. Make blogging a hobby and the rest will fall in place. 

It will take years before you get good traffic/visitors and monetise your work.

We've got great Blogging Tips with pictures and guides here: How To Start a Personal Blog  & How to A Blog on Wordpress.


2. YouTube Channel 

YouTube channels are a great way to showcase things you are good at. 

Successful YouTubers are those that have the ability to make some 'boring subject' look amazing. If you are one of them, you can do that right now. Some examples are:
  • Gardening Hobbies
  • Musical/Singing Talents
  • Producing how-to videos
Videos eligible for monetisation are usually those that are unique. In fact, how-to and music videos are popular and get lots of views on YouTube. 

The more videos and interest you generate from views and impressions will make you money.

To monetise you'll need at least 1000 subscribers and 4000 hours of watch time. That means that if you put in the work now, you can monetise your video in the next 12-24 months.


3. Write and Earn Money or Mobile Credits Online 

PNG Insight is looking for writers to write interesting articles for us. You can make money online now by submitting your first article to us. Read about the PNG Writers' Initiative

Here are some of the works produced by PNG Writers. Take a look if you need inspiration.
Write for us today and earn cash or mobile phone credits - your choice! The contact email is info@pnginsight.com

Latest On YouTube - Monetise Shorts

If you love to share photos and short videos from your mobile phone, YouTube #Shorts is going to be your thing.

In 2023, YT will monetise those videos - check out how to get into the YouTube Partners Program for Shorts.

Two Ways to monetise a blog, website or YouTube

Two ways to monetise a blog and YouTube.

Setting up a blog, website or YouTube Channel is the first step - only the starting point. 

As mentioned earlier, it can take years (if you are lucky, months) to fully monetise and start making money. 

1. Amazon Associate Account - Worth Trying

Amazon associate program is one way to make money online. You can join and start immediately by referring your friends and visitors.

There are several platforms you can use to earn from Amazon. You can promote them via social networks like Twitter, Facebook, etc or on blogs and websites.

Amazon has an easy-to-use URL shortener and widgets to help you on your way to making extra money online.

Please note that not anyone can become Amazon Affiliate today. Amazon has changed its Terms and Conditions and therefore it has become difficult for people in certain countries like PNG to join the program. 

However, Papua New Guineans living overseas (Australia, New Zealand or the US) can join the affiliate program and use it later.

2. AdSense - Takes Time But Works

AdSense is Google’s technology. It shows advertisements to customers. If they click on them, you make money. 

The money you make online will depend on 
  • how competitive visitors' keywords are; 
  • how many people visit your website or view your YouTube video; and
  • the location of your visitors.
In fact, Google is paying you for space you make available for the advertisements and how many people are actively viewing the ads.

To get an Adsense account you have got to own a website, blog or YouTube channel. So, start now.

WordPress and Google Blogger are available options. I would recommend Blogger if you are starting off.

Here are tips to get started on How to Start a Blog and Make Money Online. You can submit an article to use here - Submit Articles to PNG Insight

Passion for Personal Development

You can also use the opportunities to your advantage regardless of where you are, whether in PNG or overseas. 

Start something you are passionate about and reward yourself for it. 

Make no mistake, if you are thinking of making quick money online, you might as well try something else.

These four words of encouragement will help you to make blogging a successful hobby: 
  • First, have a passion for what you do, and focus on the big picture instead of how much you make monthly. 
  • Second, remind yourself that monetisation is normally done years after you started a blog.
  • Third, it will take a lot of time and effort, so be patient. 
  • Finally, do not put your whole life into it – this is not a job to be serious with, let it be a hobby – let it be passive. 


Be a successful young person

This is a collection of articles for making money by writing and building blogs or websites based on your passion. I repeat PASSION.

This blog is an example of using the free BLOGGER platform. You only need your Gmail Account to start a blog on Blogger.

If you have a talent for something or someone tells you that you are creative, these ideas will make you successful. CLICK ON THE LINKS TO GET FREE INFO.

Police Recruitment 2022 - New Police Training Syllabus and 18 Months Training

Police training in Papua New Guinea will take 18 months. The police commissioner in a Post Courier report dated 24th August 2022 cited the need to properly recruit and train police officers, fit to serve the people.

2023 PNG Police recruitment application form


2023 Police Training and New Syllabus

In 2023 and onwards, the new police recruits will undergo 6 months of basic policing, law and order theory at Bomana Police College; and 12 months of practicum at the police stations they are assigned to.

At the police stations the new recruits will:

  • learn about the operations of stations,
  • perform shifts,
  • learn basic prosecutions and investigations.
The main area of 12 months of police on-the-job training will focus on installing discipline in them and learning the basics in prosecutions and investigation of criminals and traffic rules & engagements.

When is 2022 PNG police recruitment?

The police commissioner has NOT released the date for recruitment yet.

He said in the news report that they are upgrading the police training syllabus to 18 months (from 6 months). 
'Discussions are still underway for when the recruitment notice will be out for 2022 PNG police recruitment'. Post Courier 24th July 2022

 

2022/2023 recruitment info for new officers


If you are asking when will be the 2022/2023 recruitment of the new Police and Correctional Service officers, this information will give you some answers. 

In preparation for the release of the official media statements, here are some resources that will help you:

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If you have lost your Grade 10 and Grade 12 certificates, here is how to get your statement of results.


How to apply to become a police officer


If you have completed grade 12 within the last three years must prepare the following documents for recruitment 2022 for 2023.

1. Prepare the original copy of grade 12 and 10 certificates.

2. Ask for 2x references from the school principal and recognised community leaders such as ward councillors.

3. Get a Police Clearance Certificate- here is how to get police clearance and how much it cost.

4. Get a Medical Report - Go to your local hospital or health centre, do a medical check and get your report.

5. Write a clear and concise letter of interest stating why you want to be a Police Officer.

6. Go to the Court House and stamp all copies of your certificate and transcripts.

Finally, make a copy for yourself. Send the original to the Police Recruitment Team. 

The address/email will be provided on the Recruitment Notice

Meanwhile, keep an eye out for the recruitment notice in the newspapers for the other details and the due date for the police recruitment 2022 for 2023 training.

- DO  NOT  PAY BRIBES TO YOUR LOCAL POLICE OFFICER WHO CLAIMS TO BE A RECRUITMENT OFFICER. REPORT HIM -

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Check out the latest on Grade 10 and 12 exam Results 2022

Eastern Highlands Police Reservist Program 2022 Recruitment

Police Commissioner and Controller of the PNG COVID-19 National Pandemic Response, David Manning, has endorsed the Eastern Highlands Province Police Reservist program to beef up police manpower to address COVID-19 and policing challenges in the province. 

Commissioner Manning when signing the memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Eastern Highland Governor Peter Numu on Thursday this week highlighted that Police Reservice have been a great asset to the Constabulary in the early days however, it was discontinued due to the lack of proper command and control.

“With the current COVID-19 crisis coupled with the ongoing law and order situation across the country, we have agreed to revive the Police Reservists program in partnership with provincial governments and other statutory bodies under the revised policies and command structure.

“I want to commend Governor Numu and his administration for the initiative and the commitment to partner with the Constabulary in reviving the police reservist program in their province. This is a win-win approach for the Constabulary and the Province in addressing the current COVID-19 crisis and law and order issues going forward,” Manning said.

Mr Manning further said that the Eastern Highland Province is among the few provinces that have come on board and are currently running similar programs in their respective provinces.

Mr Manning said the Constabulary has set the target to recruit 1,100 Police reservist personnel before the 2022 national general election.

Eastern Highland Governor Peter Numu thanked the Commissioner for the endorsement and his vision to revive the reservist program to address the lack of police manpower in the provinces.

Governor Numu also announced that the Eastern Highlands Police Reservist program will commence with the first 220 successful applicants to undertake reservist training.

“Under my administration, we are ready to run this program and the first batch of 220 successful applicants will go into training immediately. We need more police manpower to assist us with the COVID-19 operations and general policing thus we have taken such drastic action. This is the biggest reservist recruitment compared to other provinces and my administration will continue to sustain this program,” Governor Numu concluded.

PRESS RELEASE

Manning endorses Eastern Highlands Police Reservist Program

ROYAL PAPUA NEW GUINEA CONSTABULARY

MEDIA STATEMENT

Friday 05th  November 2021





Midwifery Scholarship Review Specialist Australia Awards Papua New Guinea

As a leading global development consulting firm, our purpose is to contribute to a world where people, communities and the planet thrive.

Tetra Tech International Development works with governments, businesses and NGOs to solve complex development challenges. Our dedicated team helps partners including DFAT, USAID and the Asian Development Bank to deliver effective and sustainable projects in more than 80 countries around the world.

Check out the latest on Australian Awards Scholarships here

  • Midwifery Scholarship Review Specialist
  • Up to 24 days across two months
  • Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
2023 Midwifery Scholarship Review Specialist Australia Awards


The Program: Australia Awards Papua New Guinea

The Australia Awards Papua New Guinea (AAPNG) Facility is designed to promote knowledge, leadership and enduring ties between Australia and Papua New Guinea (PNG). It aims to build knowledge and skills to address PNG’s economic and development challenges through international scholarships to Australia and scholarships in PNG.

It offers the next generation of leaders in Papua New Guinea opportunities to acquire professional and technical knowledge and skills relevant to the priorities of the Government of PNG. The program ensures opportunities are provided for women, people with disabilities and people from rural and remote locations. The program supports alumni to use their skills, knowledge and networks to drive change and innovation.

AAPNG includes three study options:

  • Australia Award Scholarships for Papua New Guineans to undertake long-term study in Australia, primarily at the postgraduate level
  • Australia Awards In-PNG Scholarships for Papua New Guineans to undertake long-term study in PNG to meet critical workforce gaps
  • Short courses for Papua New Guineans to undertake targeted short-term professional development study in Australia or PNG, often receiving an Australian qualification.

As a further extension of its educational activities, the AAPNG Facility supports the PNGAus Partnership Secondary Schools Initiative which connects Australia and Papua New Guinea’s students, teachers and principals to build capability and deepen people-to-people links to underpin the enduring partnership between Australia and PNG.

The AAPNG Facility also manages the PNGAus Partnership Higher Education Support initiative, which involves projects that develop partnerships between Papua New Guinean and Australian higher education institutions to strengthen PNG institutions’ capacity in teaching, learning and research in alignment with the Government of PNG’s higher education reform agenda.

To deliver Australia Awards outcomes, AAPNG has six stream activities: Australia Awards; PNG and Pacific Awards; Short Courses and Capacity Development; Alumni Engagement; Secondary Education; and Higher Education. AAPNG is managed by Tetra Tech International Development, on behalf of the Australian Government.

The Position: Midwifery Scholarship Review Specialist 

Reporting to the Facility Director, the Midwifery Scholarship Review Specialist will work closely with the PNG and Pacific Awards Manager and undertake a short review of the midwifery scholarships funded by the Australian Government and private sector sponsors through Australia Awards PNG.

The review aims to better understand the barriers to nurses applying for the scholarship and to provide recommendations to Australia Awards PNG and the Australian High Commission to address these barriers. The review will look across the whole scholarship cycle (promotion, application, selection, institution admission, on-award support and reintegration). The role involves working largely independently.

The Person

The Specialist will be a suitably qualified Papua New Guinean who will possess the following:

  • Postgraduate degree(s) in health sciences, international development, or related field
  • Demonstrated knowledge and experience in maternal and child health in PNG’s context.
  • Demonstrated and successful experience in working collaboratively across cultures with a diverse range of stakeholders, including Melanesia.
  • Excellent understanding of Papua New Guinea’s tertiary education sector.
  • Previous experience with Australian Government-funded projects and knowledge of relevant policies, standards, and protocols.
  • Strong administrative skills including time management, and experience in using Microsoft office software such as Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
  • Excellent analytical and English language report writing and communication skills.
  • Proven experience contributing to PNG health sector program reviews and designs including a demonstrated significant contributions to the development of reports and presentations.
  • This program is managed by Tetra Tech International Development, on behalf of the Australian Government.

Tetra Tech International Development has a 40-year history in successfully delivering international development projects on behalf of donors right around the world, including Australia's Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, USAID and the UK's Department for International Development (now known as the Foreign and Commonwealth Development Office). Our people work side by side with local partners to support stability, economic growth and good governance, positively changing people's lives.

Tetra Tech International Development has robust policies and guidelines which exemplify our commitment to safeguarding and technical excellence in gender equality. Our team of dedicated GEDSI advisers work closely with our staff and partners to ensure a context-specific and consistent approach is applied to all our programmes to improve the livelihoods of the world’s most marginalised groups.

Tetra Tech International Development is also committed to respectful workplaces and does not tolerate sexual exploitation, abuse or harassment of any kind.

Tetra Tech International Development is an equal opportunity employer of choice and is committed to child protection.

How to apply

This position is locally engaged and reserved for the National Citizens of Papua New Guinea.

To view a detailed position description and to apply, please visit Tetra Tech International Development Careers and search for job number 499144. Please note that applications will only be accepted via the online application process on the Tetra Tech International Development Website.

For further enquiries, please contact us at IDEV.HRServices@tetratech.com and quote the job reference number 499144

Applications close: early in September

Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary (RPNGC) Reservist Recruitment FAQ

PNG PoLICE reservist training FAQ

What age do I need to be to apply? 

To be considered you must be between 25 to 50 years of age. 

Are there minimum education requirements for entry into the RPNGC? 

Yes. A minimum of a Grade Twelve Certificate or equivalent technical or vocational qualification. You must have achieved at least a Grade of C in English and Maths. 

You must be able to provide original academic transcripts as evidence of your grades. 

What are the language requirements? 

You must be fluent in spoken English and Tok Pisin and can write legibly with clear meaning in English 

Is there an application form I need to complete? 

Yes. You are required to complete a formal application form. You will find it in the Reservist Application Pack, which can be obtained by sending a request to: 

policereservistapplications@lelink.net.au 

Alternatively, you can obtain a Reservist Application Pack from your Provincial Police Headquarters or the National Police Headquarters at Konedobu in the NCD 

You must sign the application form to confirm that the information you provided is correct. 

Only applicants who complete all parts of the formal application form will be considered. 

To where should I send my completed application? 

It is preferred that you email your application to policereservistapplications@lelink.net.au 

Alternatively, you can send your application to PO Box 85, Konedobu, NCD 

By when should my application be received? 

Applications received after midday on the 14 July will not be considered. 

Do I need to be a citizen of Papua New Guinea to join the RPNGC? 

Yes. Proof of PNG citizenship will be required as part of your application. RPNGC Careers Material: FAQ Updated March 2017 RW 

Do I need to meet a medical standard? 

Yes. You may be required to have a medical examination as part of the recruitment process. 

Do I need to be currently employed to apply to become a Reserve Member of the RPNGC? 

No. You must have three years of employment history but do not need to be currently employed. In the case of those not currently employed, you need your former employer to be one of your referees. 

Do I need to be physically fit? 

Yes. Reservist Training will involve physical fitness tests. 

Do I need to be a minimum height? 

No. 

What if I have a criminal conviction? 

To be eligible you must have no criminal convictions. Background checks will be conducted and fingerprints may be taken as part of the recruitment process. 

If a criminal conviction is found, you will be immediately disqualified from the recruitment process and, or recruit training. 

What is the process to become a Reserve Member of the RPNGC? 

The RPNGC recruitment and selection process aims to be consistent, fair and transparent. 

  • Step 1 – Commissioner of Police publicly invites applications 
  • Step 2 – Interested applicants request a Reserve Application pack 
  • Step 3 – Applications are submitted 
  • Step 4 – RPNGC shortlists eligible applicants 
  • Step 5 – RPNGC interviews short-listed applicants and seeks verification of their eligibility and may require the applicant to undergo a medical examination 
  • Step 6 – RPNGC selects the successful applicants and places them in a pool 
  • Step 7 – Successful applicants are notified in writing and then await a vacant training position to become available 
  • Step 8 – Successful applicants may then be trained and if successful become a Reserve Member of the RPNGC RPNGC Careers Material: FAQ Updated March 2017 RW 

What does the interview involve? 

The interview will provide an opportunity for you to demonstrate the qualities and perspectives required for you to be a good Reservist e. Areas such as leadership, decisiveness, problem-solving, stress management and personal integrity will be explored during the interview. 

The interview is like any other professional job interview. You should, for example, come suitably dressed and on time. 

There may be large numbers of applicants to be interviewed so you should be prepared to be available throughout the course of the day. The interview will be conducted by a Panel. 

How long is the training and what are the daily hours of instruction? 

The training will take four weeks to complete. Daytime and evening hours will be used to deliver the content. 

Can my family stay with me while I’m at the training venue? 

No. It would be allowable for family members to visit you outside of training hours. 

Can I visit my family during my training? 

Yes. One day leave passes can be issued at weekends at the discretion and approval of the Chief Instructor. You must return to the training venue before four o’clock on a Sunday. Failure to abide by this rule would lead to your removal from the course. 

Will I get paid? 

A Reservist is a voluntary position. You will not be paid a salary. If you are engaged in a Special Police Operation you may be entitled to receive Special Event Allowances. While you are undergoing Reservist Training you will receive a per diem of K50 per day. 

Do I need to wear a uniform? 

During Reservist Training, you will be issued with a training uniform. It is compulsory to wear your uniform as directed by your trainer. 

Reservists are issued with a Reservist uniform. 

Can I choose where I am posted as a Reserve Member of the RPNGC? 

No. Reserve Constables are engaged to work in or close to their own communities. 


Source: The FAQ original appears on the RPNGC Careers Material: FAQ Updated

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EASTERN HIGHLANDS POLICE RECRUITMENT 2022 - HOW TO APPLY

If you are a non-school leaver looking for an opportunity to study in PNG, check out the list of application and admission info.

PNG Police Reserve Training Application Form

Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary (RPNGC): The police constabulary is calling interested applicants to apply for the police reserve training. Below is a brief eligibility criteria in an advertisement in the newspaper on the 14th of June this year.

Police reserve training application form 2022/2023
Police Reserve Application Open

The Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary (RPNC) Reserve common characters

 The  applicants for the police reserves should have:

  • High integrity
  • Community focussed
  • Against provincialism or tribalism
  • Must be able to lead
  • Must be able to deliver Policing in Partnership with the Community
  • Must know that the uniform belongs to the People. (Sic)
Former police reservists with clean disciplinary records are encouraged to apply.

What the police constabulary is looking for:

  • Placed high importance on the rule of law and strong community-based values;
  • Support initiatives to prevent sexual violence and discrimination against females and minority groups; and
  • Believe in the injustice of sorcery allegations.

Who can apply for Police Reserve Training 

The former police reservists are encouraged to apply. But the reservists must have good standing in the community and a clean policing record.

The Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary (RPNC) embraces the national govt Gender Equality and Social Inclusion (GESI) policy. Thus, RPNGC encourages women and anyone who believes they can contribute meaningfully to apply.

How to get the RPNGC Reservists Training Application Form 

To get the police training application form, email policereservistapplications@lelink.net.au

Police college bomana application 2022


The successful applicants will be placed in a pooled and notified when training spaces are available. The applicants may be required to travel.

You can also ask for a Police Reserve Application Form at your nearest Police HQ.

If you have applied and are waiting for a response from the training facilitators, you will be informed of your application via the contacts you provided. Furthermore, check out the PNG Police Reserve Training Frequently Asked Questions and the Application Process about your application.


Source: This application info appears in one of the daily Newspapers/reposted


Papua New Guinea Police Application Form and Recruitment info

Police recruitment in Papua New Guinea has been an ongoing initiative the  Government of Papua New Guinea has put in place. The main purpose of PNG police recruitment is to increase the police force in the country.   

The police department through the Royal Papua New Guinea Police Constabulary (RPNGC) has taken the responsibility to recruit new officers every year. We provide some information on Police Recruitment you should know before applying.

PNG POLICE RPNGC APPLICATION RECRUITMENT 2022/2023

Police Recruitments Eligibility Criteria

Application Form & Requirement: To be eligible for consideration for police recruitment into the RPNGC, you must meet the following eligibility criteria. You must

  • complete Grade  12.
  • be  18 to 23 years old
  • be physically well built.
  • not hold criminal records.
  • have good behaviour records
  • complete Grade 12 in the last two years, and your height must be at least 164 cm and above.
Being a policeman/woman is a higher calling. It is a call to serve the people. It is about respecting the public. 

How to apply to become a policeman or woman

Papua New Guinea Police Recruitment: Applications are open for recruitment twice are year. Usually, calls for recruitment are published in the local newspapers or you can write directly to the headquarters in Port Moresby for the latest application forms.

  1. Write to the Police headquarters for application forms. If the application forms are available in the newspapers, cut out the form.
  2. Fill out the forms and attach two references and all your academic transcripts and certificates. 
  3. Send your applications to the address given below.

Shortlisting and Interview: If you are shortlisted for an interview, the officer in charge of the screening process will notify you either by phone or through print media.

  • First, you will be interviewed
  • Second, you will do an entry  test

If you pass both the interview and the entry test, you will be shortlisted to undergo training at the Bomana Police college for six months.

Check out how to get a police clearance check certificate and the info about the application for PNG Police reservist.

Contact for police application forms, recruitments and queries

The address for the police recruitment is given below. You can use this address to do the following:

  • Request for the latest police application form, 
  • send the complete application forms and documents
  • For applications and general queries. 
Write to

Recruitment  Officer

Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary

Police Headquarters

P O Box  85

Konedabu

Papua New Guinea

You can also call the phone:  322 6100 /321 1222

Tips for successful application Papua New Guinea Police Recruitment

The best way to apply for the PNG Police Recruitment is to get as much info as you can. Once you know what to do, you can do it right the first time. So, call or write to the police HQ or, better still, contact the recruitment officer directly. 

When you deal with recruitment officers (or proxies) DO NOT pay a bribe. This is a community service - the officers are public servants - and they'll help you. 

Attach all the necessary documents. Take your application to your teacher, pastor, policeman, magistrate or senior citizen to check before you make the submission. When you have submitted the application form, follow up immediately. Ask when the selection list is coming out.

Hope this helps you when you are applying for the Papua New Guinea Police Recruitment. If you have any questions, please leave a comment below. 


UN PNG Volunteer and Job Opportunity

UN WOMEN PNG: The Spotlight Initiative is looking for 15 civil society experts in ending violence against women and girls (EVAWG). 


The Spotlight Initiative is a global partnership between the EU and the UN to eliminate all forms of violence against women and girls. 

To nominate, download an expression of interest form and nomination sheet here 
▶ https://tinyurl.com/tpstvy7

Visit our website for more information including nomination rules   http://bit.ly/35qaG0W

workforce job png

We encourage everyone to share this information to ensure we find the best civil society experts to help us on this quest. 

Apply now! Nominations close on 13th December 2019. (This volunteer opportunity is closed - check this page for the latest job and unpaid volunteer opportunity with UN Women PNG. 


UN Women Papua New Guinea | UNDP in Papua New Guinea | United Nations Population Fund Papua New Guinea | UNICEF Papua New Guinea

BSP Graduate Development Program For Final Year University Students

Developing our young people to be the next generation of leaders in our chosen markets is part of our vision to be the leading bank in the South Pacifi­c Region. 

BSP Graduate Development Program For Final Year University Students

What BSP days about the Graduate Development Program
''Developing our young people to be the next generation of leaders at BSP is part of our Vision to be the 'Leading financial services provider' in the Pacific.''
BSP Graduate development program  2023

How to apply for 2022 BSP Graduate Development Program

The BSP Graduate Development Program is aligned with this vision and provides an opportunity for aspiring graduates to work for BSP, and simultaneously achieve their career goals.

Applications are now open for the BSP 2023 Graduate Development Program.

Student Qualifying

This program is open to Papua New Guinean citizens in their ­final year of study at a local or overseas university in the following disciplines:

  • Banking & Finance 
  • Sales & Marketing
  • Accounting
  • Business Management
  • Economics
  • Information Technology
  • Human Resources
  • Law

Documents Required

  • A cover letter (outlining why you wish to be in the graduate program)
  • Current CV
  • Current academic transcripts
  • Two (2) written references with contactable referees

Apply for BSP Graduate Development Program

Forward your application to:

The Manager Recruitment | Human Resources Email: graduates@bsp.com.pg

You can also apply at http://www.bsp.com.pg/Careers/

Company Description

Bank of South Pacific Limited (BSP) is a modern and energetic bank with the largest branch, rural and electronic banking networks in 
  • Papua New Guinea, 
  • Fiji, 
  • Solomon Islands, 
  • Cook Islands, 
  • Samoa, 
  • Tonga, 
  • Vanuatu and 
  • Cambodia. 

BSP is committed to providing the highest level of service combined with market-leading financial solutions to our corporate and retail customers.

As one of the South Pacific's biggest companies, BSP provides jobs for over 4,000 employees. BSP is also one of the region's largest employers of trainees and apprentices.


Bank of South Pacific Limited (BSP)
Company Website: www.bsp.com.pg

Next Gen Graduate Trainee Program Nestle PNG - Job Opportunity

2022/2023 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.

Next Gen Graduate Trainee Program Nestle PNG - Job Opportunity


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.

Interested?

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

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