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Accounts Officer II - Receivables

Job Details

  • Agency: Postal Services
  • Reference: R01122019
  • Posted: 10-May-2019
  • Closing Date: 25-May-2019
  • Salary: CI$37,716 - CI$50,700
  • Job Description

Ministry of Finance and Economic Development

The Cayman Islands Postal Service invites applications for:

Accounts Officer II - Receivables

Are you an intrinsically motivated professional looking for an opportunity to contribute to a dynamic Finance Team?

If you answered yes to the above question, the Cayman Islands Postal Service (CIPS) invites applications for the position of Accounts Officer II – Receivables.

As the Accounts Officer II - Receivables, you will be primarily responsible for receipting all funds collected by the CIPS. Additionally, in the absence of the officer responsible for stamp orders, you would also fill stamp orders from internal and external customers.

Interested persons should possess an Associate Degree in Accounts/Finance/Business Administration with 2 years’ relevant experience or a Certificate in Accounts/Finance/Business Administration with at least 4 years of experience. Additionally, you must be certified in the handling and transportation of Dangerous Goods and Lithium Batteries or obtain such certification within 6 months of commencing employment with the CIPS. Interested persons should also possess good customer relations skills and the ability to manage and work with cash accurately despite frequent interruptions. Computer literacy in Word, Outlook and proficiency in Microsoft Excel with accurate basic typing skills are also required; as well as, some experience working with a Point of Sale system or other accounting software.

Applicants will be required to sit a computerized test.

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: 25TH MAY 2019

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.