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Assistant Postmaster General

Job Details

  • Agency: Postal Services
  • Reference: R03052018
  • Posted: 29-Nov-2018
  • Closing Date: 18-Dec-2018
  • Salary: $58,344 - $78,456
  • Job Description

The Cayman Islands Postal Service Invites Applications for: Assistant Postmaster General, Regulatory & International Relations

The Assistant PMG, Reg. & Int. Relations contributes to the success of the CI Postal Service (CIPS) by ensuring that the postal interests of the Cayman Islands are protected and adequately represented at the international level and that the CIPS complies with international regulations and that local legislation supports the needs of the CIPS.

The post-holder’s primary responsibilities include:

  • Liaising with international postal organisations;
  • Analysing, advising on and taking action on about 300 Universal Postal Union (UPU) circulars;
  • Providing in-depth analysis of international proposals and assessing their impact on the CIPS, and where necessary, developing related policy.

The Assistant PMG, Reg. & Int. Relations will directly supervise one junior manager and will also have indirect supervision of the staff of the Registered Mail, EMS and Parcels (REP) Unit ensuring that the various delivery standards are met.

Applicants should possess a degree in Law, International Relations or Commerce and at least 5 years’ experience in related work. Applicants must demonstrate strong analytical skills including the ability to analyse complex proposals and legal documents. Excellent written and oral communication skills as well as computer literacy are necessary. Fluency in French would be an additional advantage, but is not required.

Applicants will be required to prepare and submit a written project.

Interested persons already resident in the Cayman Islands should submit an electronic application form, resume and cover letter to: Email: cipsrecruitment@gov.ky

Deadline for receipt of applications: 18TH DECEMBER 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.