Deputy Director/Deputy Registrar, Anguilla

 The incumbent must possess well developed theoretical and practical land administration knowledges and skills, working knowledge of the statutory and regulatory frameworks within which this function operates, calculative and analytical ability, communicative and interpersonal skills as well as an effective understanding of the management function.

These knowledges, skills and abilities are normally obtained in the process of the acquisition of a university degree in land administration, law or a related field and at least a diploma in land surveying, and at least three (3) years working experience in the land registration and land surveying functions.

Persons interested in this position should obtain the necessary application form from the Department of Public Administration, The James Ronald Webster Building, The Valley, Anguilla.

From (Caribbean Jobs Online)

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