Graduates get permanent jobs

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THE National Development Bank has graduated five trainees under its two-year graduate development programme and given them fulltime jobs.
They are loans officers CherrylUrum (Madang branch), James Lumaris (Boroko branch) and Kumie Raphael (Banz branch), lending support officer Moses Tapia and commercial lending officer Nakita PIlia.
The graduation was held at the bank’s dedication service in Port Moresby recently.
These five graduates were also awarded permanent positions in the areas in which they trained in.
“More of our staff have been developed professionally with certificates, diploma, degrees and post-graduate degrees,” NDB managing director Moses Liu said. “We are employing more graduates every year. As we are reinventing our businesses, we are also focusing on reinventing our staff capacity and skills.”
Liu said the graduate programme was part of their focus on training quality staff.
“National Development Bank’s purpose is to provide quality services to our customers as without them the bank would not exist,” Liu said.
“So it is now their time to give back to this organisation and make it grow. Let their actions do the talking.”

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