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National Capital District, Papua New Guinea
Education and Training, Medical and Healthcare
19th September 2023
The Institute of Business Studies (IBS), from its humble beginning in 1987 as an arm of Nades & Associates primarily providing revision classes for the needs of Papua New Guinea Institute of Accountants (now CPA PNG), has evolved into a private University level Institution over the last 34 years. Today we are in one of the largest business schools in the country and offer degree programs in the fields of Accounting & Finance, Business & Management, Economics & Development Studies, and Information Technology. We also continue to provide study pathways for grade 10 & 11 school leavers including industry accreditations for those seasoned professionals who want to get certified in their field.
Our success is the fruit of our dedicated team committed to making a difference in Papua New Guinea, through their efforts to help educate current and future citizens on Papua New Guinea.
A CAREER WITH US:
At IBS we believe that everyone has been gifted with natural talents and learned skills. Our recruitment process is designed to help candidates understand this and enable us to better match you with a role that you will not only be able to do but enjoy doing. Career progression is also important to us and we believe that each employee should be in the driving seat of their career progression - this means your manager will discuss with you where you want to be in the future and be more of a coach for you in terms of giving you feedback on areas you need to work on to be your best and achieve your goals. We also have a lot of staff events that enable us to celebrate as a team and give recognition where it's due.
ABOUT THIS ROLE:
The Nursing officer will provide professional nursing care to students, staff, and visitors at the university Health Centre, ensuring the well-being and safety of all individuals within the university community.
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