Graduate Teacher, Anguilla

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The key duties of this post are:
1. Peruse and ensure personal understanding of the syllabus of a particular subject area.
2. Plan and prepare course programme(s) and lessons accordingly.
3. Select the most appropriate teaching methods, approach (es) and materials to ensure effective delivery of ideas and to promote interest in and learning of the subject matter.
4. Deliver lectures/lessons to students/pupils and encourage discussions about subject matter.
5. Assess, record and report, in the agreed and approved manner, the performance, progress and levels of academic attainment, and or manipulative competencies skills of each student/pupil.
6. Determine the personal and social needs of the students/pupils and provide or arrange for the provision of corrective and/or enhancing counselling as needed.
7. Ensure that at all times, good work and/or commendable behaviours on the part of students are recognized and rewarded.
8. Recommend promotion of students

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Director of Health Protection, Anguilla

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Applications are invited from suitably qualified individuals to fill the potion of Director in the Department of Health Protection of the Anguilla Public Service.
Some of the duties of this post are:
• Prepare annual estimates of expenditure and revenue and manage the financial operations to ensure cost effective measures in the management and delivery of health protection services and programmes.
• Plan, implement, monitor and evaluate public health services and programmes in the communities and schools in collaboration with other public health professionals, to ensure the provision of timely, reliable, effective and sustainable health protection services.
• Manage resources, and monitor the utilization of personnel and identify human resource needs so as to create and maintain effective levels of productivity by developing an organizational structure to maximize the operational functions of the department.

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Graduate Teacher, Anguilla

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The key duties of this post are:
1. Peruse and ensure personal understanding of the syllabus of a particular subject area.
2. Plan and prepare course programme(s) and lessons accordingly.
3. Select the most appropriate teaching methods, approach (es) and materials to ensure effective delivery of ideas and to promote interest in and learning of the subject matter.
4. Deliver lectures/lessons to students/pupils and encourage discussions about subject matter.
5. Assess, record and report, in the agreed and approved manner, the performance, progress and levels of academic attainment, and or manipulative competencies of each student/pupil.
6. Determine the personal and social needs ofthe students/pupils and provide or arrange for the provision of corrective and/or enhancing counselling as needed.
7. Ensure that at all times, good work and/or commendable behaviours on the part of students are recognized and rewarded.
8. Recommend promotion of students on the basis of performance and demonstrate abilities and talents.
9. Liaise with parents of students as needed and participate in Parent-Teachers Association meetings.
10. Contribute to the organization and participate in the extra-curricular activities of the school e.g. fund-raising events, sports and cultural activities, school or class outings etc.
11. Carry out the tasks of Form Tutor as needed.
12. May be required to carry out the tasks of Year Head as needed.

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Food & Beverage Director, Anguilla

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• Responsible for the management and development of all Food and Beverage outlets, including three restaurants, to ensure first-class service in accordance with standards.
• Preparation of Food & Beverage Operative Budgets/Capital Budgets and ensuring efficiency and productivity in the department.
• Evaluation and control of all labour costs and other expenses as they relate to the Operating Statement.
• Development of employee training and direct its implementation to generate the highest level of productivity and employee morale.
• Supervision of the scheduling and disciplining of all Food and Beverage departments.

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Counseling and Testing Advisor, Caribbean

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The Counseling and Testing Technical Advisor will have primary responsibilities for overseeing the design, coordination, and support for implementation of community-based HIV counseling and testing services for at-risk populations in the Eastern Caribbean, as IntraHealth staff seconded to a Caribbean HIV/AIDS Alliance (CHAA)-led Project – Increasing Access to HIV/AIDS Services through Evidence-based Programming. S/he will work as a member of the CHAA team working on the Eastern Caribbean Community Action Project (EC-CAP) initiatives with other staff members, Ministries of Health, and other key stakeholders especially at the community level (NGOs, Community Based Organizations, Faith Based Organizations) on developing/updating counseling and testing guidelines and protocols for inclusion of community participation. This effort includes supporting the implementation of referral pathways and bi-directional referral systems between the National program and the community-based initiatives. S/he will work in close collaboration with CHAA in-country programs to make sure Animators (peer to peer outreach workers) supported by CHAA are trained and have the requisite technical support to provide basic, but quality, counseling and referral services to their clients. S/he will maintain a strong and collaborative relationship with key partners and stakeholders to strengthen community-based HIV counseling and testing services and referrals to care, treatment, and support services at the community and health facility levels. The Counseling and Testing Technical Advisor will travel frequently within the Eastern Caribbean and will live in a country to be determined. International travel might also be required from time to time as needed. Provides overall leadership and sound advice for the Community Based Counseling and Testing (CBCT) activities. Ensures quality design and implementation, achievement of results, and collaborates with other technical units to ensure effective teamwork. Maintains strong and collaborative relationships with all key stakeholders of project including community animators, USAID, MOHs, National AIDS Programs (NAP), regional institutions, and other partners to support program implementation. Maintains regular contact with the management team (COP and Technical Director) to provide updates on CBCT activities and to discuss strategy, challenges, and communicate activity progress through both formal and informal meetings and required quarterly and annual CBCT progress reports. Builds the capacity (including training) of counterparts and establishes strong linkages and referral systems for people living with HIV/AIDS. Leads the process of developing/reviewing and adapting HIV/AIDS counseling and testing training curricula and materials to meet appropriate international standards, regional protocols, and local realities. Works with MOHs and NAPs to design and put in place a strong supervision system for counseling and testing (CT) sites. Strengthens/initiates quality assurance (QA) for both HIV testing and counseling for facility-based, mobile, and community based rapid counseling and testing (RCT) services working with the MOH and NAP. Ensures that the work of EC-CAP as it relates to counseling and testing is adequately documented to facilitate the sharing of best practices and program development is in line with agreed objectives. Works with the M&E point person to develop/adapt tools for CBCT roll out. Monitors CBCT activities to ensure timely implementation. Ensures that QA mechanisms are in place and functional. Leads development of annual CBCT work plans, and ensures integration of other activities in larger project work plan. Oversees all CBCT and related activities to ensure objectives are achieved and targets are met. Participates in project management meetings as well as technical meetings. Performs other responsibilities as requested.

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Attorney General, Anguilla

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The key duties of the post are:

1. Direct and control the operations and administration of the Attorney General’s Chambers to ensure achievement of the legislative agenda of the Government and compliance with established conventions, ordinances and regulations.

2. Participate in meetings of the Executive Council and provide advice on all policy matters.

3. Ensure that required new legislation is drafted and guide relevant legislation through the House of Assembly.

4. Ensure the development, formulation and implementation of law revisions and reforms required to achieve Governmental objectives.

5. Provide legal counsel for all Government ministries.

6. Prosecute criminal matters in the High Court.

7. Represent the Crown in civil matters.

8. Negotiate and settle major contracts on behalf of the Government.

9. Prepare draft departmental budget proposals and administer approved budgets.

10. Represent the Government at regional and international conventions,
conferences and related law.

11. Provide legal advice the Governor, Executive Council, the House of Assembly and Government ministries

12. Perform other related duties as required by the job function.

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Medical Director, Anguilla

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The Medical Director will manage the medical aspects of the Fund. S/he will report to the Chief Executive Officer.

The Medical Director will be expected to lead the technical activity of the NHF in:

§ preparing and negotiating service contracts with primary care, on-island secondary care, and overseas hospital care providers, and commissioning health promotion activities

§ in conjunction with the Chief Financial Officer and Chief Executive Officer developing and using the contracting and financing mechanism to drive prevention and to procure high quality services for the NHF-eligible population

§ holding regular joint reviews with providers to monitor progress and problems and to improve performance

§ designing and implementing data generation to form the evidence base for monitoring and evaluation, and for identifying changing needs and priorities

§ undertaking / commissioning clinical audit of providers and surveys of quality and consumer satisfaction.

The Medical Director will be a strong advocate for improving health status in Anguilla and in promoting the role of the NHF in achieving this. In collaboration with the Ministry of Health, s/he will make use of the national media for these purposes, and will lobby GOA on health issues that may include accident prevention, levies on harmful goods and practices, school health and sexuality education, for example.

Qualifications and experience

Candidates should be medical practitioners with a background in general practice / family medicine, knowledge of public health issues, and be a strong advocate for the role of primary care in prevention.

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