By: PNG Business News March 18, 2024

( L-R) Apprentice Trainees; Leslie Pombo, Tonar Olk, Jack Kalogo and Esron Thomas with CEO of Remington Group, Peter Goodwin (centre) and Graduate Development Trainees; Chris Kuras, John Anthony and Megan Bega

Remington Group recently announced the names of the candidates who have been successful in their applications to join their 2024 Technical Apprenticeship and Graduate Development Programs.

The applicants were selected after a long and comprehensive screening process, with well over 200 expressions of interest being received for the Graduate Development and the Apprenticeship Programs. The Remington Group programs have attracted some of the best candidates that Papua New Guinea has to offer in their chosen fields of study.  

The three selected candidates for the Graduate Development Program are Megan Bega, Chris Kuras and John Anthony. These three graduates will be attached to our Group Shared Services team on a rotational basis, working closely with our several business units, allowing them to gain a deep understanding of our business.

As for our unique, market leading Technical Apprenticeship Program, we identified four successful candidates and they are Esron Thomal, Leslie Pombo, Tonar Olk and Jack Kalogo. These gentlemen will join our Remington Technology and FX Business Centre Service Teams as Apprentice Service Technicians.

“As we unveil the exceptional talents joining our 2024 Development Programs, I extend my heartfelt congratulations to Megan, Chris, John, Esron, Leslie, Tonar, and Jack. Their dedication and ‘can-do’ attitude align perfectly with Remington’s culture and work ethic. Their success marks the beginning of a transformative journey for them, and I am confident they will contribute significantly to our shared success. Welcome aboard, future leaders!”  Remington Group CEO Peter Goodwin.

The programs are developed to provide an opportunity for recent graduates from universities and Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) institutions to receive hands-on training and learning experience by providing them with exposure to both corporate and technical spaces. Then our trainees are matched with a mentor who is an industry expert.

Group HR Manager for Remington, Christopher Membung said, “Both programs provide a pathway into building a meaningful career for the successful applicants, as long as they commit to hard work and persistence.”

We congratulate the seven successful candidates as they embark on their professional journey to build the foundation of their career pathway with Remington Group.

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