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CPI ministry creates new senior finance job

CPI ministry creates new senior finance job

| 20/01/2021 | 60 Comments

(CNS): Despite the pressure on public finances, given the economic strain caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Ministry of Commerce, Planning and Infrastructure has created a new top level job. Emma Linney has been appointed as senior finance manager of Centralised Management Support Services (CMSS). The new post is to offer financial advice to the […]

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Howard confirmed as roads boss, three years on

Howard confirmed as roads boss, three years on

| 18/01/2021 | 33 Comments

(CNS): After acting in the job for some three years the National Roads Authority Board has confirmed now confirmed Edward Howard as its new managing director. Howard took the reins in April 2018 after his former boss, Paul Parchment, was suspended and finally sacked later that year over what was believed to be the alleged […]

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HSA takes on Dunn for new deputy CEO post

HSA takes on Dunn for new deputy CEO post

| 15/01/2021 | 16 Comments

(CNS): Ronnie Dunn has been appointed to the new role of deputy chief executive officer at the Health Services Authority (HSA). Dunn, who is a veteran of the public sector and professional accountant, will have oversight of Finance, Information Technology, Business Development, Marketing and Public Relations, as well as Infrastructure and Support Services in this […]

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Rookie coastguard officers begin training

Rookie coastguard officers begin training

| 12/01/2021 | 16 Comments

(CNS): Six women and ten men began training this week for the most recent arm of Cayman’s ever-growing uniform branches of government. The Cayman Islands Coast Guard started its first ever recruit programme following a summer recruitment drive, which whittled down 300 Caymanian applicants to the 16 who have now begun this eight-week training course. […]

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Cops plan to sue CoP over promotion failings

Cops plan to sue CoP over promotion failings

| 11/01/2021 | 86 Comments

(CNS): The local police association has revealed plans to sue the police commissioner as a result of what it said is a continued failure to give its members a chance of promotion. In a press release issued Monday, the Royal Cayman Islands Police Association (RCIPA), which is made up of the rank and file, said […]

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No women among 16 new Fire Service recruits

No women among 16 new Fire Service recruits

| 22/12/2020 | 26 Comments

(CNS): Sixteen young men, but no women, joined the ranks of the Cayman Islands Fire Service last week after graduating from 18 weeks of basic training. Although a woman holds one of the top posts in the local fire service, it is still a male dominated department. This latest group of recruits had just one […]

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One time PWD intern climbs to the top

One time PWD intern climbs to the top

| 17/12/2020 | 15 Comments

(CNS): Troy Whorms, who started his civil service career as a summer intern at the Public Works Department, will take over as acting director in January. Whorms has spent almost all of his public sector career dealing with government infrastructure, and the chief officer in the ministry responsible for PWD said his experience and education […]

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688 people to get extra NiCE work

688 people to get extra NiCE work

| 16/12/2020 | 19 Comments

(CNS): Over the last week and a half 688 people have been out in the community cleaning up Cayman ahead of the Christmas holidays as part of the National Community Enhancement (NiCE) Project. Over 430 new recruits joined more than 250 former NiCE workers for this year’s beautification project, who all began work last week. […]

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Government launches skills website

Government launches skills website

| 07/12/2020 | 18 Comments

(CNS) Government has launched a campaign to promote lifelong learning for Caymanians. It is focused around a website, Skills 4 Life, which is designed to showcase opportunities for people to learn new skills and improve their chance of getting a job or advancing their careers. The campaign comes against a backdrop of job losses due […]

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Two weeks of NiCE work if you can get it

Two weeks of NiCE work if you can get it

| 27/11/2020 | 33 Comments

(CNS): Registration will begin next week for the seasonal National Community Enhancement (NiCE) Project, which is led by the Ministry of Commerce, Planning and Infrastructure. But despite the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on employment, there will still only be two weeks work available for those who can get it. The work will start on […]

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WORC doing a better job, says premier

WORC doing a better job, says premier

| 26/10/2020 | 47 Comments

(CNS): Since November last year more than 1,183 local people were registered with government’s new job placement agency and around 330 people have found work since March. Premier Alden McLaughlin said that WORC has been very successful in placing Caymanians in jobs. “The new department is performing much, much better and achieving much, much greater […]

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