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New HR Assistant

New Ministry of Health employee enthusiastic about HR.

Starting a new career is exciting, especially if you are passionate about your field.

New Human Resources (HR) Assistant in the Ministry of Health Christina Ross joined the civil service earlier this year shortly after completing a degree from Edinburgh Napier University, in Scotland.

Ms Ross says she discovered a passion for human resources while reading for a degree in business management with human resources as her main focus of study.

Asked to comment on her choice of major, she remarks: “I felt that human resources and business was the most effective way to make a difference within the workplace,”

Now in her new post, Ms Ross is eager to start her career. She says she is looking forward to gaining hands-on experience, and in particular opportunities to gain more training in her chosen field.

Jennifer Ahearn, Chief Officer for the Ministry of Health, Sports, Youth and Culture is thrilled to have Ms Ross join the team stating “Ms Ross is a great addition; we look forward to her continued growth and success in her new position.”

Deputy Governor, Franz Manderson welcomed Christina to the Civil Service team, stating: “As a young Caymanian graduate, Christina’s employment in the Civil Service is a clear demonstration of our commitment to employing qualified Caymanians. I wish her the very best in her career and look forward to seeing her progress up the ranks of the Service.”


For further information contact: Kristi Anderson