Project Coordinator CSME and EIP, CARICOM

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This position is responsible for the coordination of the implementation of agreements signed between the CARICOM Secretariat and the European Commission particularly the Grant Agreement for the CARICOM Single Market and Economy (CSME) and Economic Integration Programme (EIP).

The position is deemed to be relevant, efficient, and effective when it:

(i) Coordinates the activities required to implement the programmes emanating from agreements which succeed in impacting positively on implementation of the Single Market and Economy integration programme.

(ii) Prepares timely progress reports on the coordination mechanisms and interface with other stakeholders employed to coordinate implementation of the programme.

(iii) Provides technical advice for the coordination and implementation of other EC funded programmes implemented by the CARICOM Secretariat.

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Procurement Specialist, Caribbean

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Responsible for providing support to the Programme Manager, Procurement Unit, in the discharge of the procurement function in relation to the Ninth European Development Fund (9th EDF) Project activities.


Candidates should possess at least a Degree in Engineering, Finance, Accounting, Business Administration, Law or in other related social sciences fields plus 5 years progressive experience (2 of which must be post-qualification) in Procurement or Project Management, ideally with an IDB, World Bank or EU funded project. Computer proficiency is essential.


Under the direction of the Programme Manager, Procurement Unit, the Procurement Specialist will be required to:

(a) INTERACT with stakeholders and provide support in the preparation of Annual Procurement Plans for the 9th EDF and other assigned projects;

(b) COORDINATE AND SUPPORT the execution of the procurement plans for the 9th EDF and other assigned projects funded by the EC, in accordance with the Secretariat’s and the EC approved procurement guidelines and procedures;

(c) PROVIDE assistance to staff in matters regarding procurement generally in the application of the relevant procurement guidelines and procedures;

(d) ENSURE timely publication of procurement notices when required;

(e) INTERACT with Technical Officers and other staff members to assist in the preparation of Terms of References and Technical Specifications;

(f) INITIATE AND COORDINATE the procurement process for any procurement method, and provide support in the development of shortlists of consultants, suppliers and contractors where necessary;

(g) COORDINATE tender opening and tender evaluation processes;

(h) DISPATCH “No Objection” requests to the EC;

(i) MONITOR and ENSURE timely responses to procurement questions and clarifications raised by donors;

(j) CONDUCT pre-tender meetings and site visits when required;

(k) ARRANGE the negotiation process for consultants, where necessary;

(l) PROVIDE support in the preparation of the final contracts, and ensure timely distribution of all relevant procurement and contract documents to all stakeholders;

(m) SUPERVISE assigned procurement staff;

(n) ESTABLISH AND MAINTAIN Vendors and Consultants Database;

(o) MONITOR electronic procurement log;

(p) ENSURE proper record keeping and filing of all procurement records;

(q) PERFORM any other related duties that may be assigned from time to time by the Programme Manager.


An attractive remuneration package will be offered.


On assumption of duty in Guyana the officer shall be paid a settlement grant in respect of self, spouse and each eligible child or dependant (up to two), provided that the total number of children and other dependants does not exceed five in all.

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Information and Communication Officer, Caribbean

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Responsible for researching, identifying and reporting on strategic issues; preparing information and databases for internal and external distribution and using, planning and executing information, education and communication programmes to enhance the effective implementation of the Caribbean Regional Strategic Framework on HIV and AIDS (CRSF), and liaising actively with PANCAP members and other stakeholders concerning use of information.


Candidates should possess:

(i) A Bachelors Degree in Journalism, Communication or other related discipline plus at least five (5) years experience in an information and communication environment;

(ii) Good general knowledge in HIV and AIDS in the Caribbean;

(iii) Superior oral and written communication skills; and

(iv) Proven competence in research and analysis and report preparation and presentation.

Computer proficiency is required.

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Strategy and Resourcing Officer-CTS, CARICOM

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Responsible for information-gathering, dissemination, analysis and evaluation of regional HIV and AIDS programmes; reviewing National Strategic Plans in order to establish and maintain alignment with the Caribbean Regional Strategic Framework (CRSF) on HIV and AIDS; providing technical support in the operationalisation of the CRSF and the development of regional strategies and programmes on HIV and AIDS with the full integration of regional priorities; identifying funding sources, training and development needs of PANCAP partners with special reference to Care, Treatment and Support.

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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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Marine Manager, Antigua

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Well established hotel group in Antigua is seeking to employ a well-organized, self-motivated individual to fill the position of:

Marine Manager

The successful candidate would be primarily responsible for the overall operation of the Company’s fleet of boats comprising two large Catamarans, two Island Hopper 30, one 34 ft Bowen power boat; in addition to a 13 slip Marina.

He will be responsible for monitoring and managing of all boats systems, both audio and visual; training ancillary staff in first aid techniques; ensuring ancillary staff adheres to Company’s policies; maintaining records and documentation to ensure adherence with the Maritime Laws of Antigua & Barbuda; maintaining liaison with Company’s Chief Mechanic to ensure scheduled maintenance program is adhered to; ensuring that health and safety standards are maintained by Captain and Crew of each vessel; ensuring that all operations are conducted within allocated budgets.

Candidate should be well versed in basic maintenance for boats, engines, transmissions and propulsion.   He should be skilled in boat handling and operation.     He must hold First Aid Certification.

Possession of a valid Captain’s License as well as experience sailing the waters around Antigua & Barbuda is a requirement.

Computer literacy will be an asset.


Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.

A detailed personal record, passport photo, health certificate and the names and contact numbers of three references will be required for short-listed candidates.

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Administrative Assistant/Documentalist, Guyana


Responsible for providing administrative and clerical support to CRITI.


Candidates should possess at least five subjects GCE ‘O’ Levels/CXC grades I and II including English Language or equivalent qualifications plus relevant post secondary qualifications plus five years relevant experience. Computer proficiency is essential.

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