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Senior Project Officer-HR, Caribbean

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FUNCTIONS OF THE POST

Ø To manage the HR operations, ensuring the smooth, timely and accurate processing of all HR transactions and employment contracts within the HRM as well as the effective delivery of quality service to all clients within the CARICOM Secretariat and its projects across the region.
This entails the coordination and strengthening of the operating systems and work flow within the HRM with particular attention to the recruitment, employment and salary and benefits administration processes amongst other human resource client services. This position provides day-to-day supervision of the Human Resource Information System (HRIS).
Ø The SPO, HRM provides HR Client Services to an assigned Directorate and interacts positively and constructively with all management and staff of the Secretariat and its projects in promotion of harmonious staff relations, also provides technical support to CARICOM institutions and associate institutions, as appropriate.
Ø The SPO, HRM participates in the strategic human resource planning process for the Secretariat, in the annual work programme and budget development for the HRM Sub-Programme and in the development and implementation of HR Policy and Procedures.
Ø Acts in the absence of the Deputy Programme Manager, HRM and provides team leadership or team support as required to other members of the Sub-Programme.

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Candidates should possess:

Either
(i) A Masters Degree in Human Resource Management or Human Resource Development or related management or social science discipline from a recognised university with specialised training and/or competencies in HR Operations or HR Administration, salary and benefits administration; and a minimum of three years post qualification experience with a demonstrated performance record in the Human Resource Management field. Experience within an international organisation would be an advantage.
Or
(ii) A Bachelors Degree in Human Resource Management or Human Resource Development or related management or social science discipline from a recognised university with specialised training and/or competencies in HR Operations or HR Administration, salary and benefits administration; and a minimum of five years post qualification experience with a demonstrated performance record in the Human Resource Management field. Experience within an international organisation would be an advantage.
Plus
(iii) Sound interpersonal competencies and a positive attitude are critical. HRIS and Computer proficiency is essential. Experience in an e-HR environment is required. Proficiency in a foreign language would be an asset.

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Head, Strategic Information and Communication, CARICOM

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Responsible for the effective management of the operations of the Strategic Information and Communication Division; directing data research and analysis on the course, consequences and cost of HIV and AIDS in the Caribbean, establishing appropriate formats and databases for widespread internal and external distribution and utilisation of information generated; identifying and reporting on strategic issues and priorities emerging from research and other information-gathering modalities, and liaising actively with all PANCAP stakeholders in gathering and sharing of information.

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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.

FUNCTIONS OF THE POST

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.

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

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).

. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

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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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.

Duration:
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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Food & Beverage Manager, Caribbean

 As the Food & Beverage Manager you will assume full responsibility for the department whilst reporting straight into the General Manager. Your main focus in the initial stage will be to set up service procedures to five star levels along with identifying suppliers so that the opening gets off to an exceptional start. With this in mind, experience of the Caribbean will be looked upon favourably along with new opening experience of a five star resort property. Excellent knowledge of food & beverage concepts is also a must, as you will have direct involvement in concept work. This is a hands on role and upon opening you will be expected to be very front facing and will require your wit and charm to reflect the quality of your product. A fabulous package reflects this rewarding role.

Person Specification

· Caribbean Experience Essential
· Knowledge of Food & Wine Essential
· 5 Star Background Essential
· Opening Experience Preferable
· Fluent English Essential

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