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Cayman Islands Government

Executive Officer/Records Officer

Job Details

  • Agency: Portfolio of Legal Affairs
  • Reference: R0852018
  • Posted: 13-Apr-2018
  • Closing Date: 27-Apr-2018
  • Salary: $35,916 - $48,276
  • Job Description


The Cayman Islands Government is currently inviting applications for the following post within the Solicitor Generalís Office:

Executive Officer/Records Officer

The Executive Officer/Records Officer position will be providing specialist clerical and administrative support to the legal team within the Solicitor Generalís Office. Reporting directly to the Solicitor General, key responsibilities of this role will include the preparation of legal and court related documentation, assisting with legal research, supporting the Personal Assistant to the Solicitor General in the management of the office, and coordinating/organising the work of Crown Counsel (diaries/schedules). This role will also act as the Records Officer, ensuring that internal record management approaches are effective, and that detailed support is provided when requests for information are received under the Freedom of Information Law (2015 Revision).

Applicants should be a High School Graduate and hold a relevant Secretarial Certificate/Diploma or equivalent administrative qualification. A minimum of five (5) years of experience in legal secretarial work/legal office administration is a requirement, at least two (2) years of which should have involved the coordination of records/record management.

A detailed job description and an application form are attached below.

Please submit your application form together with any additional supporting documentation to: Mark Harrison, HR Manager, Portfolio of Legal Affairs, 4th Floor, Government Administration Building, 133 Elgin Avenue, P.O. Box 136, Grand Cayman, KY1-9000. Telephone: 244 2336. Email:

Deadline for receipt of applications: Friday 27th April, 2018

Benefits will be determined in accordance with the Public Service Management Law, Personnel Regulations, the Public Service Pensions Law and the CINICO Health Plan as may be amended from time to time. Pension and health benefits are non-contributory.