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Aides Aegypti Inspector, BVI

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Main responsibilities include:

Conducts premises by premises inspection for mosquito breeding.

Records accurately and conscientiously all relevant data related to inspections on the Daily Work Sheet.

Treats Actual and Potential mosquito breeding sites; Eliminates or removes breeding sites where practical to do so.

Performs basic data collation and calculation of relevant mosquito Indices and submit the Daily Work Sheets to the Supervisor at the end of the workday.

Communicates to and educate householders and others on reduction of mosquito breeding on premises as an approach to integrated vector control.

Collects for identification mosquito specimens as required or instructed to by the supervisor.

Conducts re-inspections, revisits and special surveys as needed or directed by the supervisor.

Conducts fogging of communities during time of high mosquito infestation under the direction of the programme manager.

Ensures, all tools, equipment and machinery are maintained in good working condition.

Prepares and submit daily reports on work activities undertaken; submits at the end of each week a summary of work accomplished including all Closed or unattended Premises not inspected.

Reports to direct supervisor any premises existing in a state of unsanitary condition that encourages the harborage of vectors (mosquito or rodent) or poses a health threat due to other unhealthy conditions/practices.

Requirements:

Secondary school leaving certificate with passes in English, Math and General Science. A good command of English is essential and having the ability to communicate in Spanish would be a great asset.

Basic knowledge and understanding of social, economic, cultural and environmental issues

Ability to grasp and follow procedures.

Aptitude to collect, collates, analyze and interpret data.

Basic computer skills

Good communication (written and verbal) skills for reporting

Good interpersonal skills with the ability to (a) work well with people, (b) understand and describe situations, (c) solve problems (d) be self-confident, assertive but tactful in gaining the interest and cooperation of members of the public, (e) be respectable and have high self-esteem

Salary:

Entry level $19,440 – $21,852 annually, Grade 4 commensurate with qualifications and experience.

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Environmental Health Trainee, BVI

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Main responsibilities include:

Carries out food establishment inspections under the supervision of Environmental Health officer.

Conducts lectures on Food Hygiene at Food Handlers Clinic.

Caries out Vector Surveillance under supervision of the Environmental Health Officer (Vector Control).

Assists in the investigation of Nuisance Complaints.

Assists with clerical duties e.g. filing and input of data in computer

Requirements:

4 CXC, subjects including English, Math, Human Biology & Chemistry, or Equivalent

Willingness to learn

Must be computer literate

Good interpersonal skills

Good knowledge of science

Salary:

Entry level $18,367 – $20,643 annually, Grade 3 commensurate with qualifications and experience.

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Photographer, BVI

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Main responsibilities include:

Photographs all Government events as assigned by Senior Information Officers.

Archives and stores photographs (storage and retrieval of photographs)

Recommends the acquisition and upgrades of Department’s photographic equipment.

Maintains and updates photographs of members of Executive Council, Judicial, Legislative branches and other officials.

Maintains a current file of photographs using the Department’s approved filing system.

Serves on editorial board of The Link and other committees as assigned by Senior Officers.

Mounts photo display at special events depicting the theme of the activity.

Liaise with frame shops and other related companies regarding matting of photographs, purchase of materials, etc., as assigned by Senior Officers

Maintains a logbook for camera and other relevant equipment recording taken out by staff, technical problems and current condition status.

Coordinates photo of the month with the print media

Recommends photographs for inclusion in annual pictorial reviews and Department’s and Government’s annual reports.

Supervises the Photo Assistant in the execution of tasks.

Requirements:

High School Diploma or AS degree in professional photography

Three (3) years experience as a working professional

Knowledge of photographic principles

Knowledge of the cultural and history of the BVI

Keep abreast of new technology

Flexibility (work hours), adaptability, ability to adhere to deadlines

Good command of the English Language (verbal and written).

Possess a valid BVI Driver’s Licence

Effective, organisational, interpersonal, written and verbal skills

Team player with a positive attitude

Willing to provide courteous and professional service

Integrity, political impartiality and confidentiality

Commitment to achieve high standards

Salary:

Entry level $22,770 – $25,594 annually, Grade 6 commensurate with qualifications and experience.

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Senior Accounts Officer, BVI

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Main responsibilities include:

Update Vote Book assigned monthly and perform monthly reconciliation with JD Edwards System.

Assists with the maintenance of the Police Canteen Account.

Arranges purchases for the Police Canteen.

Works with staff to find out the purchasing requirements.

Collates orders from internal departments.

Arranges the procurement of goods and services for the Police Department.

Liaises with suppliers to negotiate prices and conditions of purchasing contracts.

Supervises the inspection of supplies, services and equipment purchased to insure conformance with specifications.

Prepares T-12 declarations for Police Department.

Drafts petty contract proposal and petty contracts

Requirements:

Bachelor of Arts Degree in Business Administration or any other equivalency

Three (3) years working experience in field

Knowledge in accounting and purchasing

Good knowledge of accounting principles and purchasing

Good knowledge of JD Edwards Accounting software

Sound oral and written communications skills

Salary:

Entry level $28,818 – $45,785 annually, Grade 9 commensurate with qualifications and experience.

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Administrative Officer, BVI

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Main responsibilities include:

Be a confidential administrative officer when managing the Labour Commissioner’s calendar and schedules, arranging appointments, meetings, travel, planning and organising major events, etc.

Responds to public inquiries by providing information and assistance in a courteous manner.

Takes minutes at meetings called by the Labour Commissioner.

Initiates and drafts correspondence on a variety of matters requiring some research on behalf of the Labour Commissioner.

Collects and researches information in order to ensure that the Labour Commissioner is fully briefed on specific matters.

Establishes and maintains an efficient office system, including filing, confidential staff matters, information retrieval and proper file movement records.

Prepares a variety of documents and presentations.

Assists with the Work Permit Exemption Applications.

Drafts assigned Cabinet papers and brief remarks for Labour Commissioner as required.

Requirements:

Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration or other related subject or an Associate Degree with five (5) years experience working as an Personal Assistant

Two (2) rears minimum experience working as a Personal Assistant

Sound knowledge of Government organisations, policies and procedures

Sound interpersonal skills, sound oral and written communication skills

Excellent organising skills

Sound research and reporting skills and knowledge of office equipment

Ability to work mainly unsupervised

Salary:

Entry level $28,818 – $45,785 annually, Grade 9 commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Appointment:

Subject to medical fitness; One-year probationary period

Permanent and pensionable establishment

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Information Technology Officer – ICT4D, Guyana

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The Information Technology Officer will be responsible for:

(i) Assisting in programming, planning, and coordinating activities related to the   effective and timely  implementation of the ICT4D Work Programme
particularly as it relates to the implementation of the EU CARIB-IS
(Caribbean Information Society) project.

(ii) Supporting the development of new initiatives and projects; promote and
provide technical assistance to existing projects related to ICT and the
Information Society and other sectors as appropriate and work
collaboratively with multi-disciplinary teams, Regional and International
Organisations on proposal development, writing and project execution.

3. QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

(i) Candidates should possess at least a Bachelors Degree in Computer  Science, ICT or Engineering or equivalent relevant qualifications plus
two (2) years relevant experience.

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Project Manager – ICT4D, Guyana

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The Project Manager will be responsible for:

(i) Short term project planning; coordinating technical implementation  operations; monitoring project performance and output; project tracking;  maintaining records and databases and conducting and/or coordinating  project evaluation and reporting;

(ii) Providing support to the Senior Project Officer, ICT4D to coordinate the  efficient implementation of projects and related activities and relevant  research undertaken by the ICT4D Sub-Programme with particular  reference to projects, activities and research under the Ninth (9th) EDF/CISP  and in pursuit of the implementation of the Caribbean Information Society;  and

(iii) Ensuring that projects, activities, research and reports done under the Ninth  EDF are compliant with EU procedures and consistent with the Contribution  Agreement, Financing Proposal and Annual Work Plans and contribute to  the underlying purpose of the support provided to the Community including;  the intensification of regional integration with particular reference to the  implementation of the Caribbean Information Society.

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Chief Immigration Officer, BVI

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Main responsibilities include:

Oversees the overall administration and activities of the Immigration Department.

Manages and controls the Department’s Annual Budget.

Manages the Department’s human resource functions including performance appraisals, staff training and development, and makes recommendation for staff promotions, transfers and disciplinary actions.

Administers and ensures implementation of all laws related to the Immigration Department.

Serves as the government’s chief advisor on matters pertaining to Immigration.

Liaises with local, regional and international immigration and law enforcement agencies with respect to immigration matters.

Interviews and makes decisions with respect to clients applying for various services from the department.

Investigates all complaints/grievances reported by both internal and external customers.

Responsible for the detention, custody and repatriation of illegal immigrants.

Conducts quarterly visits to all ports of entry to ensure efficient operation.

Conducts monthly meetings with the Premier to discuss the major activities of the department.

Conducts monthly meetings with the Deputy Chief Immigration Officer and Supervisors

Conducts bi-weekly meetings with the Desk Officer with the Ministry related to the Department work programme.

Provides reports to the Board of Immigration during Board Meetings.

Provides the Ministry with recommendations of the Board as it pertains to Residence and Belonger Status.

Requirements:

Masters Degree in Law Enforcement or related field

Five (5) years experience in a related field

Expert knowledge of the Immigration and Passport Ordinance

Expert knowledge of local, regional and international Immigration rules and regulations

Sound knowledge of Immigration enforcement policies, practices and procedures and Government structure, policies and procedures

Sound negotiation skills; human relation skills; oral and written communication skills; analytical and decision making skills

Salary:

Entry level $66,800 – $74,600 annually, Grade 17 commensurate with qualifications and experience.

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Project Officer-Conference Services, Guyana

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The Project Officer will be responsible for:

(a) preparing reports of meetings of the Organs and Institutions of the Community; translate documents from foreign languages into English Language; analyse research gathered from secondary sources in the preparation of supporting technical papers and other documents for meetings of the Community; and

(b) assisting in the organization of/organise meetings.

3. QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Candidates should possess the following qualifications and experience:

(i) A Bachelors Degree in languages and communication or allied professional areas in the Humanities or Social Sciences plus 2 years relevant experience in a similar environment.

(ii) Trained and proficient in:

(a) The English Language;
(b) Information Technology for research, presentation and document preparation;
(c) Secondary and basic field research; and
(d) At least one (1) foreign language relevant to the Community (Dutch, French or Spanish).

(iii) Computer proficiency is mandatory – MS Office Suite and MS Project.

4. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Under the direction of the Deputy Programme Manager, Conference Services, the Project Officer, Conference Services, will be required to:

(a) PROVIDE rapporteurial services, including draft reports for Meetings;

(b) TRANSLATE documents into English Language;

(c) CONDUCT secondary research on specific subject matters and prepare supporting technical papers for Secretariat conferences;

(d) ASSIST in preparing lists of documents to be recommended for declassification;

(e) PROVIDE administrative support in coordinating activities required for Secretariat conferences and meetings as requested; and

(f) UNDERTAKE any other duties that may be assigned from time to time by the Programme Manager, Conference Services.

5. EMOLUMENTS AND BENEFITS

An attractive remuneration package will be offered.

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Programme Manager-Conference Services, Guyana

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The Programme Manager will be responsible for:

(a) directing and coordinating activities within the Conference Services Sub-Programme to ensure that the Secretariat delivers efficient and effective conference support at meetings; and

(b) arranging venues and related facilities and support services; ensuring efficient and effective documentation editing, formatting, reproduction and dissemination systems; and overseeing the activities of the interpreters and translators.

The incumbent also has responsibility for the preparation of programme budget of the Sub-Programme.

3. QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Candidates should possess the following qualifications and experience:

(i) a Masters Degree or equivalent in Humanities or Social Sciences plus 8 years relevant experience in a similar environment;

OR

a Bachelors Degree or equivalent in Humanities or Social Sciences plus 10 years relevant experience in a similar environment.

(ii) Training and working knowledge in:

(a) A foreign language relevant to the Community;
(b) Interpersonal skills;
(c) Events Management;
(d) Diplomacy and Protocol; and
(e) Logistics.

(iii) Computer proficiency is mandatory – MS Office Suite and MS Project.

4. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Under the direction of the Director, Corporate Services, the Programme Manager, Conference Services, will be required to:

(a) PREPARE the Conference Services Work Programme and Budget;

(b) PREPARE AND DISTRIBUTE internally, up-to-date manuals/guidelines for the organisation and management of meetings;

(c) PREPARE AND COORDINATE preparation, reproduction and dissemination of documentation for meetings;

(d) MAKE arrangements for venues, translators and interpreters, rapporteurs, stenographic and reproduction services, protocol, the provision of equipment and supplies required for meetings;

(e) TRAIN personnel for servicing meetings, as necessary;

(f) PUBLISH the calendar of approved meetings on the Secretariat’s website;

(g) PREPARE quarterly reports on the implementation of the Conference services Work Programme;

(h) PREPARE staff performance appraisals and submits reports; and

(i) UNDERTAKE any other duties that may be assigned from time to time by the Director, Corporate Services.

5. EMOLUMENTS AND BENEFITS

An attractive remuneration package will be offered.

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