Deputy Programme Manager, Finance – Guyana

Responsible for the efficient management and timely reporting on Donor Agencies Resources
Also responsible for providing focused attention and supervision on agreed priority Agreements and Projects (e.g. European Commission Agreements for the Implementation of the CSME) ensuring compliance, stewardship and accountability.


Candidates must possess a Professional Accounting Qualification (ACCA, CGA, CIMA) plus at least 5 years managerial experience in the Accounting field.

Computer proficiency, including Microsoft Office Excel is essential.

Prior experience in Project Management, Accounting and Report Preparation as well as in the use of accounting software packages will be desirable.

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Kids Club Manager, St. Lucia

 This dynamic individual will assume overall responsibility for all aspects of the Kids Club program (both day and night time activities). Candidates must have:

– At least 3 years experience as a Children’s Program supervisor preferably in a hotel environment.
– Pleasant outgoing personality.
– Excellent communication, leadership and training skills required to develop confidence and initiative in young staff.
-The ability to work in a demanding environment that frequently requires 6 day work weeks.
– A background in child care would be an asset.
– Knowledge of educational programs and early learning instruments.

-Applicants interested in this exciting opportunity must submit their resume on or before April 26th 2007.

-Please note that employment is contingent on the approval of a work permit.


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Security Officers, Barbados/Grenada/St. Lucia

The security officer provides general security services. This includes extensive security patrols that require walking, climbing and standing for long periods of time.

Responsible for access control to premises and facility. Deal with invited and uninvited guests and other visitors and respond appropriately to all. Respond to any and all emergencies, including fires, explosions, natural disasters, bomb threats, physical assaults, vandalism, burglary, and others. Respond to an emergency in any way necessary, such as administering First Aid or CPR if certified, extinguish fires, etc. Position can be physically, mentally and emotionally demanding. Perform miscellaneous duties as assigned by client, supervisor, or management.


• Be at least 21 years of age.
• Clean criminal history.
• Be able to walk or stand for extended periods of time.
• Possess excellent oral and written communication skills.
• Proficient in reading, writing, and speaking the English language.
• Ability to work well alone as well as part of a team.
• Must be responsible and have a professional attitude.
• Security, military, or law enforcement background is a plus.
• Must have flexibility to work any shift and weekends as required.

To be considered for this position, Candidates MUST already have LEGAL permission to work in St. Lucia, Barbados or Grenada.


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Guarding Supervisor, Barbados & St. Lucia

 As Security Team Leader / Guarding Supervisor your responsibilities will include, but not be limited to:

– carrying out search procedures
– liason with the Security Manager.
– lead and provide instruction for the security team
– crowd management
– control of access and egress
– ensure the safety and security of visitors
– Ensure adherence to Assignment Instructions, Health and Safety, customer site and company policies and procedures.

Person Specification:

– Experience in security or related field

– Excellent communication skills.

– Ability to work under pressure.

To be considered for this position, Candidates MUST already have LEGAL permission to work in St. Lucia or Barbados.


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Project Officer-Travel, Guyana

 Applications are invited from interested and suitably qualified nationals of Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Member States and Associate Members of the Caribbean Community to fill the abovementioned position in the Caribbean Community Secretariat with assigned duty station in Guyana.


Responsible for managing the Travel Desk and making all official travel arrangements, including airline reservations and hotel accommodation. This officer will also facilitate the visa application process where necessary for official travel.


Candidates should possess at least a Degree in Marketing, Economics, Business Administration or other related area plus 5 years working experience in reservations or marketing in an airline/travel agency at least 2 of which should be post graduate. Good knowledge of airline Computer Reservation Systems and also on-line booking procedures (hotel and airline).


Under the direction of the Programme Manager, Administrative Services, the Project Officer, Travel, will be required to:

1. Travel Itineraries, Hotel Accommodation and Tickets

(a) COLLABORATE with all Programme areas to make travel and accommodation arrangements for staff traveling on official Secretariat business.

(i) Maintain communication link with contact staff, e.g. Administrative Assistants via e-mail, phone etc. to coordinate all travel arrangements.

(b) PROCESS all approved Internal Travel Requisition (ITR) forms for official travel (funded from the CCS Budget or Donor Agencies) to ensure that appropriate arrangements are made for all approved travel.

(i) Ensure that itineraries of staff on official travel are convenient and cost effective and that all travel undertaken is by the most direct route.


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Branch Manager, St. Lucia

 The sucessful candidate will have the responibility of managing the St. Lucia operation, which will include business development.

Principal Duties will include:

– Establishing company leadership and sustain business growth.

– Develops and executes short and long-term Branch business plans.

– Produces accurate forecasts for Branch’s financial objectives. Manages Branch assets (people, financial and material) in a manner that meets or exceeds profitability goals.

– Leads Branch efforts to identify, secure and retain customers by actively networking with community business, governmental and professional leadership

– Builds a Branch climate that energizes team members to provide high quality, cost efficient, customer-directed service and exceed Branch performance targets.

– Oversees Branch financial management following the policies and standards of the Company.

– Monitors customer satisfaction and takes action to address satisfaction issues in a prompt and non-defensive manner.

– Builds and leads the Branch team following G4S human resources policies and standards and providing coaching, development and motivation to bring out the best in each team member.

Requirements Include:

Progressive operational experience in the Security Industry.

Experience in a lead or supervisory role with responsibility for the productivity or development of others.

To be considered for this position, Candidates MUST already have LEGAL permission to work in St. Lucia.


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Consultant, Caribbean

 Project to conduct an audit of the supply capacity and, demand for Cement in the Region

The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Secretariat is desirous of procuring the services of eligible consultant(s) to undertake execution of a project to conduct an audit of the supply capacity and demand for cement in the Region.

Objective of Consultancy:
The object of the consultancy is to verify the actual and potential capacity of the production, supply and demand for cement in the Region.

The expected duration of the Consultancy is approximately forty-five (45) person-days over a period of ninety (90) days.

Qualifications and Experience:
The following is the minimum technical expertise required to conduct the assignment:

• A university degree in industrial engineering or closely related field. A university degree in business or economics;
• A minimum of five years relevant professional experience in an industrial engineering or related field and, in the field of business or economics;
• Knowledge of CARICOM trade issues and proven experience in conducting investigative and verification procedures in the area of production;
• Excellent written and oral communication skills in English. Knowledge of Dutch would be an asset.

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