Category: Jobs in PNG

Papua New Guinea to Send 8,000 Workers to Australia and New Zealand by 2025

Papua New Guinea to Send 8,000 Workers to Australia and New Zealand by 2025

To stimulate economic growth and decrease unemployment, Papua New Guinea (PNG) aims to send 8,000 workers to Australia and New Zealand by 2025. The strategy includes establishing a Labour Mobility Unit and Regional Recruitment Hubs to manage and finance worker mobilization. Despite challenges and the ongoing pandemic, significant progress has been made, with potential remittances estimated at PGK140 million. This initiative could serve as a model for other Pacific Island Countries.

PNG Police recruitment and training

HEINEKEN Graduate Program Trainee: South Pacific Brewery and Solomon Breweries

The 2025 HEINEKEN Graduate Program in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, is a dynamic 18-month initiative designed for rapid career progression and international opportunities, aimed at cultivating future leaders at SP Brewery and HEINEKEN. Open to Papua New Guinean citizens, the program offers hands-on experience through structured rotations and cross-functional assignments, both locally and potentially in the Asia Pacific. Opportunities for development are enhanced with world-class training. Recruitment spans from April to June 2024.

PNG Defence Recruitment - Australian Army - James Marape

Papua New Guinea and Australia Military Recruitment Opportunities

Prime Minister James Marape of Papua New Guinea announced that Papua New Guineans might be recruited into the Australian Army, following his discussions with Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese. The talks, aimed at strengthening military ties, occurred during historic engagements including a trek along the Kokoda Trail and meetings in Canberra. This recruitment initiative symbolizes an advancing relationship and enhanced cooperation between the two countries.

PNG Police recruitment and training

Papua New Guinea 2024 Census Data Collector NSO PNG

The National Statistical Office (NSO) of Papua New Guinea is recruiting Data Collectors aged 18-45 with at least a Grade 10 education for the 2024 National Population Census. The role involves using an Android tablet to gather demographic data, impacting resource distribution in various sectors. Applicants must have good fitness levels, communication, and technical skills, and a bank account. Prior data collection experience is an advantage. Applications are open until April 19th, 2024, with selections based on merit.