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Internal Position No. Job Title Closing Date Department
JR 22 of 2021
Internal Auditor I (Internal Reassignment)

Internal Auditor I (Internal Reassignment)

Internal Audit

Responsibilities

1. Plan and review work for audits. 
2. Assess internal controls and make recommendations in accordance with defined procedures.
3. Identify, assess and compile various data obtained from interviews, audit visits and observations to ensure accuracy.
4. Attend meetings, workshops and training sessions as instructed to ensure your awareness of any change in policies or procedures which may be relevant to the role.
5. Perform any other related duties as required by Supervisor or any other senior officer in order to contribute to the effectiveness and efficiency of the Department.

Skills and Competencies

Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or related field
Three (3) years working experience in a related area 
Good knowledge of Government structure, policies and procedures
Good knowledge of relevant laws, regulations and policies
Good knowledge of accountancy principles and procedures
Good knowledge of relevant auditing software and programmes
Good oral and written communication skills
Good knowledge of the use of standard office equipment and computer applications
Good analytical and decision-making skills
Good interpersonal and organisational skills
Ability to work well under pressure
16 March 2021
16 March 2021 Internal Audit
JR 21 of 2021
Assistant Auditor (Internal Reassignment)

Assistant Auditor (Internal Reassignment)

Internal Audit

Responsibilities

1. Assist with performing audits of departments, statutory boards and value for money, including field assignments on location, to ensure the annual programme of audits is completed. 
2. Assist with conducting periodic surprise cash inspections to ensure an element of unpredictability is retained through the audit process. 
3. Update schedule of audit milestones and keep auditors appraised. 
4. Assist with collecting and compiling audit data in accordance with departmental standards. 
5. Assist with the preparation of statistical reports and maintain databases to track the implementation of audit recommendations, complete audits and prepare tentative schedules for follow up action.
6. Perform any other duties as required by the supervisor or senior officer in order to contribute to the effectiveness and efficiency of the department.

Skills and Competencies 

High School diploma or equivalent 
Five (5) year experience in accounting, auditing or a related area
Good knowledge of Government structure, policies and procedures 
Good knowledge of auditing standards and accounting principles 
Good knowledge of the use of standard office equipment and computer applications 
Good organisational and interpersonal skills 
Good oral and written communication skills 
Ability to work well under pressure
16 March 2021
16 March 2021 Internal Audit
JR 20 of 2021
Administrative Officer (Internal Reassignment)

Administrative Officer (Internal Reassignment)

Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions

Responsibilities

 

1. Provide professional frontline service to clients.
2. Conduct research and prepare periodic reports to the department for management purposes.
3. Draft and type correspondence and proof-read various documents ensuring accuracy.
4. Maintain records and inventory levels for the department ensuring supplies are in stock, liaise with local and overseas suppliers and vendors and prepare requisition ensuring accuracy.
5. Maintain records relevant to the specific department and also keep filing up to date so that complete records are available for reference.
6. Collect, classify, code and manipulate raw data to complete assigned tasks in a timely and competent manner.
7. Assist with preparation of statistical reports, publications and requests for statistical data to support the work of the unit.
8. Organise and coordinate travel, seminars, conferences, meetings and events; attend, record and report minutes as required.
9. Manage case files and develop and maintain the court calendar.
10. Assist counsel in the processing of letters of request for legal assistance and letters under the Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty (MLAT) in criminal matters.
11. Manage databases for outgoing requests for legal assistance and MLAT in criminal matters and statistical databases.
12. Maintain court files and follow-ups with counsel to ensure the return of all files.
13. Perform legal research and follow proper procedures in a timely and professional manner.
14. Conduct computer-assisted legal research and prepare roster for the vetting of complaints as directed by the Principal Crown Counsel.
15. Locate and maintain contact with local witnesses.
16. Maintain the reference centre / library to ensure this operates efficiently.
17. Prepare disclosure letter and bundles for counsel.
18. Liaise with RVIPF to have all follow-up activities complied with in a timely manner.
19. Provide full administrative support to the Ministry/Department.
20. Perform any other related duties as required by Supervisor or any senior officer in order to contribute to the effectiveness and efficiency of the Department.
 
Skills and Competencies
 
Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration/Management, Public Administration or related field
Three (3) years working experience 
Ability to successfully pass police screening
Ability to maintain strict levels of confidentiality and demonstrate values and principles of integrity
Basic knowledge of computer programs used for analysing datasets i.e. Microsoft Access, Excel
Good knowledge of Government structure, policies and procedures
Ability to develop and enhance the use of the Case Management System
Good oral and written communication skills
Good knowledge of the use of standard office equipment and computer applications
Good analytical and decision-making skills
Good interpersonal and organisational skills
Ability to work well under pressure
16 March 2021
16 March 2021 Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions
JR 19 of 2021
Office Generalist II (INTERNAL REASSIGNMENT)

Office Generalist II (INTERNAL REASSIGNMENT)

Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions

Responsibilities

1. Answer, screen and transfer calls appropriately, record messages and distribute them to officers to ensure a timely and adequate flow of information.

2. Perform clerical and data entry functions.

3. Update and maintain information on computer systems, databases and spreadsheets and in archives.

4. Assist in processing paperwork, gathering information and verifying data.

5. Greet and assist visitors and clients in a friendly and professional manner to facilitate effective communication and customer service.

6. Ensure that all correspondence is collected, delivered and recorded appropriately to facilitate effective information flow.

7. Assist with the filing of correspondence to keep filing up to date so that complete records are available for reference.

8. Assist with the preparation of meetings and presentation materials.

9. Assist with maintenance of minor office equipment to ensure a well-functioning work environment. 1

0. Provide clerical support by completing all photocopying, scanning, binding and typing in a timely manner to facilitate the effectiveness and efficiency of the Ministry/Department.

11. Assist with records management, organisation and retrieval of documents.

12. Collate, file and serve court documents.

13. Monitor inventory levels for the department ensuring supplies are in stock and liaise with the relevant officer for re-order.

14. Perform any other related duties as required by the Supervisor or any other senior officer in order to contribute to the effectiveness and efficiency of the Ministry/Department.

Skills and Competencies

• High School Diploma or equivalent

• Two (2) years working experience

• Ability to successfully pass police screening

• Ability to maintain strict levels of confidentiality and demonstrate values and principles of integrity

• Sound critical thinking skills

• Good knowledge of Government structure, policies and procedures

• Good knowledge of the use of standard office equipment

• Working knowledge of relevant computer software applications

• Ability to develop and enhance the use of the Case Management System

• Good knowledge of general office procedures

• Good time management and organisational skills

• Good oral and written communication skills

• Good interpersonal skills and ability to work as a team player

16 March 2021
16 March 2021 Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions
JR 18 of 2021
Accounts Officer I (Internal Reassignment)

Accounts Officer I (Internal Reassignment)

Ministry of Health & Social Development

Responsibilities

1. Ensure diligent performance of accounting functions to ensure that accurate records are kept.

2. Prepare purchase orders and vouchers within a specified timeframe to ensure that internal records for expenses are accurately kept and orders are made in a timely manner.

3. Reconcile invoices and bills to purchase orders before payment so that accurate payments are made.

4. Record all accounting transactions in the vote book. 5. Assist in the drafting of the annual budget.

6. Assist in the preparation of monthly financial statements for the Accounting Officer.

7. Prepare and process the relevant forms and paperwork to complete related financial accounting processes.

8. Draft and type correspondence and reports.

9. Research, analyse and prepare reports.

10. Assist with maintaining inventory levels.

11. Liaise with other relevant departments and vendors.

12. Maintain records relevant to the specific department and keep filing up to date so that complete records are available for reference.

13. Perform any other duties as required by Supervisor or any other senior officers in order to contribute to the effectiveness and efficiency of the unit.

Skills and Competencies

• High School Diploma or equivalent

• One (1) year working experience in a related area

• Good knowledge of Government structure, policies and procedures

• Basic knowledge of applicable laws, regulations, policies and procedures

• Good knowledge of accountancy principles and procedures

• Good knowledge of JD Edwards Accounting Software

• Good knowledge of computer programmes used for analysis and databases

• Good knowledge of the use of standard office equipment and relevant computer applications

• Good oral and written communication skills

• Good interpersonal and organisational skills

16 March 2021
16 March 2021 Ministry of Health & Social Development
JR 12 of 2021
Labour Relations Officer (Internal Reassignment)

Labour Relations Officer (Internal Reassignment)

Department of Labour and Workforce Development

Responsibilties

1. Receive and record disputes, complaints or questions filed by employees and employers and ensure that followup occurs to resolve the matter. 
2. Conduct investigations, including inspections at the workplaces or job sites, when necessary, for better understanding of the case.    
3. Communicate with both disputing parties to avoid misunderstandings of the issues.
4. Mediate the dispute by keeping communications opened, between both parties, to reach a voluntary settlement.
5. Initiate further steps, as needed, to promote a settlement as may be set out in any Law, agreement, or administrative directives including transmiting unsettled disputes to the Labour Commissioner.
6. Draft and type correspondence and proof-read various documents ensuring accuracy. 
7. Prepare relevant reports on the activities of the assigned area. 
8. Maintain records relevant to the unit and ensure that filing is kept up to date so that complete records are available for reference. 
9. Assist with the development and implementation of policies and procedures, as needed, for the improvement of the Dispute Unit.
10. Perform any other related duties as required by Supervisor or any other senior officer in order to contribute to the effectiveness and efficiency of the department. 

Skills and Competencies

Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology, Sociology, Human Resources or related field 
Three (3) years working experience in mediation negotiation, conflict resolution and counselling
Valid BVI driver’s license
Sound knowledge of Government structure, policies and procedures 
Sound knowledge of relevant laws, regulations and policies 
Excellent interpersonal skills including counselling and interviewing techniques  
Sound oral and written communication skills
Good knowledge of the use of standard office equipment and computer applications 
Excellent negotiation, analytical and decision-making skills
Sound organisational skills
Ability to work well under pressure 
12 March 2021
12 March 2021 Department of Labour and Workforce Development
JLSC 3 of 2021
Senior Crown Counsel

Senior Crown Counsel

Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions

Role Summary

The role of Senior Crown Counsel provide legal advice as well as prosecute cases in order to maintain the integrity of the legal system in a professional manner.

Main Responsibilities

1. Serve as Senior Counsel in the Courts and assist Senior Officers during criminal trials in order to maintain the activities of the Court.
2. Prepare cases, draft charges and arguments, letters, opinions and legal documents as well as manage the preparation, filing and service of documents.
3. Prepare outgoing letters of request for legal assistance in criminal matters and advise on incoming letters of request for legal assistance in criminal matters when required.
4. Provide written legal advice to Commissions, Government Ministries and Departments, and attend meetings to provide immediate oral advice on legal matters as required in order to provide timely and professional information.
5. Attend/Participate relevant workshops and seminars and assist with presentations when requested in order to represent the Department and ensure awareness of up-to-date legislation, knowledge and information.
6. Undertakes general legal assignments including the drafting and/or vetting of legal matters.
7. Prepare for adjudication of matters, negotiate amicable settlements: contract or court.
8. Serve on various committees as required.
9. Supervise and lead Crown Counsel in the management of cases.
10. Perform any other related duties as required by Supervisor or any other senior officer in order to contribute to the effectiveness and efficiency of the Department.

Minimum Qualifications

Bachelor of Laws Degree or equivalent
Bar Professional Training Course Certificate (BPTC)
Admitted to the BVI Bar or imminent Call or other common law Bar qualifications
Five (5) years post qualification experience
Expert knowledge of Government structure, policies and procedures
Expert knowledge and experience in criminal prosecutions
Excellent knowledge of applicable statutes and statutory interpretation
Excellent knowledge of and experience in Court proceedings
Ability to master and interpret legislation
Sound knowledge of the use of standard office equipment and computer applications
Ability to communicate clearly and concisely in writing and verbally
Sound analytical, negotiating, interpersonal and organisational skills
Ability to work under pressure
Sound legal research skills
8 March 2021
8 March 2021 Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions
MOF 1 of 2020
Computer Technician II

Computer Technician II

Department of Information Technology

Role Summary

The successful applicant will provide technical support for all computer equipment supplied to the department in a professional and timely manner to ensure a well functioned work environment.

Main Responsibilities

1. Provide technical support for all staff computers throughout departments to ensure effective departmental management.

2. Develop and maintain the databases ensuring that they are functioning at all times.

3. Configure, troubleshoot, maintain and upgrade all computer hardware in an efficient and effective manner.

4. Assist the networking section as necessary to ensure the smooth running of the department.

5. Complete all job logs assigned by the Supervisor.

6. Assist in the evaluating of new hardware, software, upgrades and repairs to ensure the department has the most up-to-date programs.

7. Perform any other related duties as required by the Supervisor or any senior officer in order to contribute to the effectiveness and efficiency of the Department.

Minimum Qualifications

 Associate’s degree in Computer Science or in a related area

 Two (2) years’ experience in maintenance and managing information systems or in a related area

 Sound knowledge of Government structure, policies and procedures

 Sound knowledge of computer systems and applications

 Sound knowledge of the use of standard office equipment

 Sound interpersonal and analytical skills

 Sound oral and written communication skills

8 March 2021
8 March 2021 Department of Information Technology
MECYAF&A 1 of 2021
Custodial Supervisor

Custodial Supervisor

Ministry of Education, Culture, Youth Affairs, Fisheries and Agriculture

Role Summary

The successful applicant will supervise the cleaners to ensure they provide a clean, tidy and sanitized environment on a daily basis.

Main Responsibilities

1. Supervise and assign cleaning duties to the full and part time cleaners to ensure they provide a clean and sanitized environment on a daily basis.

2. Maintain the storeroom to ensure it is adequately stocked and process requisitions for replacement items in a timely manner.

3. Ensure that contracted vendors are providing services in accordance with their contracted duties and responsibilities.

4. Perform any other related duties as required by the Supervisor or any senior officer in order to contribute to the effectiveness and efficiency of the Department.

Minimum Qualifications

 High School Certificate or equivalent

 Five (5) years in related field

 Basic knowledge of Government structure, policies and procedures

 Basic knowledge of Health & Safety Regulations, Policy and Procedures

 Basic oral, reading and written communication skills

 Sound knowledge and ability in housekeeping, and use of cleaning materials and equipment

 Basic knowledge of the use of standard office equipment

 Sound interpersonal skills

 Ability to work with minimal supervision

 Good supervisory skills

8 March 2021
8 March 2021 Ministry of Education, Culture, Youth Affairs, Fisheries and Agriculture