Tuesday, February 19, 2019

ICT Job:  Website Designer

ICT Job: Website Designer


Job Description:

Bank South Pacifc (BSP) is a modern and energetic bank with the largest branch, rural and electronic banking networks in Papua New Guinea, Fiji, Solomon Islands, Cook Islands, Samoa, Tonga, Vanuatu and Cambodia. BSP is committed to providing the highest level of service combined with market leading fnancial solutions to our corporate and retail customers.

WEBSITE DESIGNER

The main purpose of this position is to provide in house creatives concept development and technical support on the BSP Group website and online digital platforms and services. The incumbent will be the main point of contact for website updates and technical support for the BSP Group including all offshore branches and subsidiaries.

Key Deliverables:To periodically updated the content on the website and/or when requested by Business Units and other operations including subsidiaries and Offshore branches.Updates website content and associated applications, Updating Content to the needs of the BSP Group: Editing content, Designing webpage layout, Determining technical requirements, Creating back up files, Trouble shooting & Solving problems.Monitor and maintain content, including web banners and landing pages to ease navigation and improve user experience.Support with content uploading for new products, segments or product campaigns that can drive and improve website traffc.Ensure all branding is consistent and in line BSP Brand Guidelines.Provide Monthly reports on Website traffic with areas of improvements.Maintain and development creative for ATM screens, FX rates and Video updates for the Branch Screens.Edit and provide support for AV and Audio Materials at Events, Product Launches and branding TVC.Maintain Youtube and BSP Video Library.Provide support to the SBU’s Sharepoint / Intranet Administrator.Facilitate and record the issuance of internal toksaves via ITHD.Take on tasks as directed by the Head of Marketing or the PR and Communications Manager.Any other tasks as directed by BSP Management.Job Requirements:Tertiary Qualification - degree IT (web design or multimedia) with experience or knowledge in Web development.Experience with Digital Marketing, Search Engine Optimisations, Google Ads and Online Advertising.2 years experience in web design environment.Digital Marketing.Practical experience with CS suite and Dreamweaver.Proficient in General Desktop Applications and CMS management
Salary offered will commensurate with skills and experience of successful candidate.

Forward your application to:
Manager Recruitment | Bank South Pacifc | P.O. Box 78, Port Moresby, NCD | Email: jobs@bsp.com.pg | Full details of the position are available on our website. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted for interviews.

Applications close on Monday, 25th February, 2019.

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Mobile Phones are Expensive - be wise


Saturday, February 16, 2019

Mobile Phones are Expensive - be wise

Mobile Phones are Expensive - be wise

In Papua New Guinea , Mobile Phones and their usages  are becoming expensive and users  are warned of unpredictable  impact they have on daily living. In Papua New Guinea, Mobiles Phones were recently introduced not a decade ago and had been selling as hotcakes.

Many people including husbands, wives, students, children are sacrificing their family budgets, School fees, savings, lunch moneys etc to buy Mobile phones and call/data  units.

 On the assumption that  a couple who are working and have two children/ (daughter, Son)  may spend their entire family money  on mobile phones.

Purchasing Phones 
Husband : K200 - K3000  worth Sumsung Galaxy  /S7,8,9 etc    average K1000
Wife : K200-K3000 worth of Sumsum/Blackberry/Huawei         average K1000         
Son: : K200- K3000 worth Sumsung/Huawei/Iphon/Blackberry/Nokia/ average K1000
Daughter : K200-K3000 worth Sumsung/Huawei/Iphon/Blackberry/Nokia/ K1000

so on average the family is spending about K4000 on purchasing mobile phones.

Buying Data and Voice Calls

Husband : @K20/day     for Voice and Data
Wife         @K10/day      for Voice and Data
Son:          @K10/day      for voice and Data
Daughter   @K10/day     for voice and data

So K50 combined for the family per day, that is equivalent to K50 x 2weeks = K700/fortnight.

So this family may spend on average K700 for a fortnight x 26 fortnights in a year is roughly around K18 000/year.  This is just an example we detailed here.

Switch to Saving Mode 

We at PNGeHow understand that Mobile carriers in the country are robbing phone users by stealing or there are claims of disappearing units (here is a claim of video example: View here).  We will publish an article about mobile phone carriers in the country soon.

So Papua New Guineans  have to be very wise in using their phones. Cut down on  use of mobile phones and accessing social media  and unnecessary calls, save money for yourself and do something good for yourself or your family.

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Disgruntled landowners burnt Digicel Tower equipment in Bougainville


Thursday, February 14, 2019

Disgruntled landowners burnt Digicel Tower equipment in  Bougainville

Disgruntled landowners burnt Digicel Tower equipment in Bougainville

Communications equipment at the Loloho Digicel Tower situated on the mountains overlooking Loloho in Bougainville,  was burnt on Wednesday morning allegedly by disgruntled landowners.
This has now resulted in a total Digicel network outage in Arawa and the surrounding communities.
Although details are still sketchy, the burning of the tower equipment is alleged to have stemmed from a dispute over the distribution of rental payments amongst family members of people who own the land where the tower is situated on.
This act of sabotage is the latest of a number of acts of vandalism targeting Digicel communication towers on Bougainville.
This also comes amidst recent revelations from the mobile telco that it was struggling to maintain its services on Bougainville due to the frequent acts of vandalism and burning down of its communication equipment.
Many residents of Arawa town and the surrounding areas expressed grave concerns about the burning down of the tower.
“The banks, the easy pay power system, mobile banking and even EFTPOS machines all depend on the Digicel network here and people cannot hold others to ransom by destroying vital communication equipment,” a town resident who did not to be named said.
“Is this the type of behaviour we want to portray to the outside world especially in the lead up to referendum?”
There were long queues at the Arawa BSP Bank yesterday as people; especially public servants struggled to access their monies through the ATMs as EFTPOS services in shops have been affected by the network outage and police are investigating.
Meanwhile, Digicel Senior Vice President and Chief Sales Officer, Lorna McPherson, commented that the incident marks a sad day for the autonomous region as it continues to have individuals putting themselves before region’s development and prosperity.
“The burning of the tower yesterday or the day before was an issue where the landowners had a family feud,” Ms McPherson said.
She indicated the telco has no intension to repair the damage until the safety of its infrastructure is guaranteed.
“We need to speak to the landowners and we need to assess the situation because if we can’t keep the towers safe then there is no point having it there.
“What happens is that we fix it and then they steal the solar panels or they vandalize the towers?
“We have lots of different issues in Bougainville, but it is not down to Digicel but its certain individuals who do not want communications in their own region.
“You have to be able to communicate to the outside world and so therefore we need to create some sort of education and for the people of Bougainville.
“This is so that they understand the importance of communication especially for the future of all Bougainvillians.” Post Courier 

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