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HR Systems & Payroll Officer

Job Details

  • Agency: Education, Employment & Gender Affairs
  • Reference: R0382017
  • Posted: 15-Feb-2017
  • Closing Date: 28-Feb-2017
  • Salary: $44,268 - $59,544
  • Job Description

The Ministry of Education, Employment and Gender Affairs

welcomes applications for the following HR roles:

HR Systems & Payroll Officer

To manage and maintain the HR systems and Payroll function for the Ministry of Education, Employment and Gender Affairs which ensures that all employees receive their correct remuneration in a timely manner, in accordance with the decisions of appointing officers and within the policies and procedures of the Ministry and requirements of the Public Service Management Law. In addition, the post holder will contribute towards HR policy development, process development and provide accurate and timely HR advice to Managers and staff.

Applicants should possess an Associate’s degree in Business Administration/Systems/Accounting, or a Certificate in Personnel Management and five years relevant HR/Payroll experience OR possesses a level of education that, together with experience and training, enables the applicant to meet the job requirements with a willingness to acquire the minimum educational requirements within a given period.

Experience with the Public Service Management Law (and Personnel Regulations) as well as existing systems such as HR-IRIS, ECM, Annual Leave System and TRS is preferred.

The remuneration package for the successful candidate is offered without deductions. The Cayman Islands Government provides an additional 12% pension contribution and 100% health insurance coverage for the employee and their dependents

A pre-employment drug screen and a Police Records check are conditions of employment

A detailed job description and the Government application form is available online at and completed application along with your cover letter should be sent via e-mail to

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.