Gain Invaluable Experience as a Student Intern at the 17th PNG Resources & Energy Investment Conference The upcoming 17th PNG Resources & Energy Investment Conference in Sydney, Australia is seeking passionate and dedicated student interns to assist in the facilitation of activities. Immerse yourself in the dynamic world of Papua New Guinea’s resources and energy
If you’re ready to take the next step in your career and apply for the OTML Graduate Development Program 2024, we’ve got you covered with a simple guide to help you through the process. Ensuring your application documents are in order is the first crucial step. Let’s break it down: Step 1: Preparing Your Application
Are you a recent graduate eager to embark on a rewarding career journey? Look no further! We’ve scoured the opportunities in Papua New Guinea and found four remarkable graduate development programs in PNG that will not only kickstart your career but also provide you with a platform for immense personal and professional growth. Read on
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Job applications must have these documents in this order before submitting your job application. Make sure your cover letter is on the front, resume/CV, qualifications and then references. If you will submit your job application in hard copies, ensure to have all the documentations stapled securely so that it doesn’t come off easily. Do this
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Seeking Knowledge and Experience was originally posted on LinkedIn by Randolph Gewa as he wanted to share some tips and experiences to new job seekers. Randolph Gewa did his training with DoW (Department of Works) for 2 years basically as a volunteer. He wasn’t receiving any salary but never complained regardless. “I could be paid
When it comes to progressing through the ranks at work, don’t assume that a lack of negative comments or the occasional utterance of “good job” indicates you’re on the right path. Attaining higher positions and more pay — two hot button topics for professional women — requires solid and consistent input about performance. “Feedback —