Stage 1. Application
- Carefully review the job advertisement to determine if the role is right for you.
- Submit your Resume (no more than five pages) which includes your work experience, education, qualifications.
- Submit a cover sheet which summarises why you are well matched to the role. Please submit it by the advertised closing date and time as late applications may not be accepted.
Stage 2. Initial screening
- Your application will be reviewed against the requirements of the role.
- Depending on the role and the size of the candidate pool, this stage may include an initial phone interview.
Stage 3. Interview
- Interviews will be held either by phone, in Port Moresby or on location and will be conducted with a panel of up to three Paladin Solutions representatives. This will usually include the position’s direct supervisor along with a representative from HR and a third person from an unrelated area in order to provide balanced input.
- Interviews will include behaviour-based questions designed to enable candidates to demonstrate how they’ve successfully applied the capabilities of the role in their previous work or studies.
- The interview gives you an opportunity to discuss your experience and how this meets the needs of the role, along with your interest in working at Paladin Solutions. You will also be able to ask further questions about the position and the people you will be working with.
Stage 4. Reference checks
- Applicants who are successful to this stage will be asked to provide details of their referees for reference checks.
- Reference checks will be completed prior to offering you employment.
Stage 5. Other screening checks
The following screening checks may also be required (with consent):
- verification of education qualifications
- verification of citizenship, residency status or right to work
Stage 6. Employment offer
If successful, you may be offered the role verbally, followed by a written offer soon thereafter.
Successful candidates may need to:
- Complete a national police check
- attend pre-employment medical and/or drug testing prior to or at any time during employment (at employer’s cost)
For expat-based candidates, some travel to Papua New Guinea may be required. Successful candidates will need to hold a current passport and be willing to apply for a Papua New Guinea work permit/visa.
Individuals will be responsible for ensuring their relevant vaccinations are up to date and that they are healthy enough to fulfil the conditions of their position, including any international travel.