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Human Resources Intern Internship Job

2024-04-07 10:47   Human Resources   Suva   675 views Reference: 3749
Job Details

The Pacific Theological College (PTC) located in Nasese, Suva, is a regional ecumenical tertiary institution that served the region through the churches of the Pacific for over 50 years. We invite applications for the position of Human Resources Intern, to be part of a vibrant and dedicated regional team.  

Responsibilities

Provide HR and administrative support to the Human Resources Manager. updating employee databases, screening resumes, scheduling interviews, posting job ads, and assisting with HR-related reports and employee queries. Compiling monthly absence and punctuality reports. Run errands like going to Police Headquarters for lodging of Police Clearance, Ministry of Education. Immigration Department. Assist in filing of leave applications, updating personnel files, etc.

Closing Date is 19th April 2024

Submit applications with current CV along with references (required with the application) from at least two credible referees with their contacts. Applications can be submitted electronically to the Human Resources Manager by email to: vijay.kumar@ptc.ac.fj . Alternatively, send via postal mail to the address: Human Resources Manager, Pacific Theological College, Private Mail Bag, Suva.

JOB FUNCTIONS

Human Resources & Recruitment (Assistant)

JOB OPEN TO:

Fiji Residents Only
Company Description
We are the largest, most ethnically diverse theological institute in the Pacific Islands region with students studying at our Fiji campus. More study through our online learning platforms across the globe.
PTC is the first educational institute, secular or religious, within the Pacific region to offer studies at the degree level and award an internationally accepted degree. Offering programmes since 1965, the College has produced many educated church leaders, scholars, theologians, ethicists, and activists for churches and the wider Pacific community.