16th December 2017, 11:29 | Widnes
The 23-year-old joins the Vikings from Queensland Cup champions PNG Hunters after impressing with a series of powerful performances in his country's run to the quarter-finals of the World Cup.
Widnes head coach Denis Betts is excited to see Albert line up alongside compatriot and outside back Kato Ottio, who joined from Canberra Raiders earlier this month.
Betts said: "Through seeing him firsthand at the Rugby League World Cup and having the opportunity to speak to people I respect who have coached and played alongside him, I identified that Wellington would have the right qualities to enhance our team.
"I am delighted that we have been able to secure his move.
NEWS: Welcome to Widnes Vikings, Wellington Albert! 6 ft 4, 18 stone star of PNG's @rlwc2017 side: https://t.co/d8MV65neM7 Take a look at what the big prop / winger can do 👇 #WelcomeWellington #YourTownYourTeam pic.twitter.com/M0Z7m2RfoV— Widnes Vikings (@WidnesRL) December 16, 2017
"Wellington is big, dynamic and carries the ball well. It is exciting to introduce a forward to our squad who has shown he is physically able to also play on the wing.
"With his size and determination, he will be a strong addition to the Vikings.
"I am looking forward to seeing Kato and Wellington train and play together.
"Both players impressed at the World Cup and will offer something unique to the team.
"It is positive that they will be making the move to the UK together, which I hope will help them to adjust more easily to the Super League competition."