: New job vacancies may be posted on any day, Monday through Friday, so it is a good idea to check regularly. Go to "How to Apply" for detailed instructions on how to search for the job you want and information on the hiring process. If you can't find what you are interested in, you can ask to be notified by e-mail when new jobs are posted that match the career stream you are interested in. See Job Alert.
An Authorised Officer means a person occupying a designated public office to which the functions of the Governor pursuant to section 92 (8) or 93(3) of the Virgin Islands Constitution have been delegated to. An Authorised Officer may recruit, select and hire employees; administer disciplinary proceedings and develop and implement career and succession plans. The positions designated as Authorised Officers are: the Financial Secretary, Permanent Secretaries, Cabinet Secretary, Attorney General and the Commissioner of Police.
There are 21 salary grades in the Government's pay schedule; each grade has a series of steps. Upon first appointment, you will typically be placed in the first step of the grade for which you are selected, depending on your additional qualifications if in excess of the minimum qualifications advertised in the vacancy notice. Occasionally, exceptions can be made for applicants with hard to find or highly desirable skills. These exceptions are at the discretion of the Director of Human Resources and are not an employee entitlement.
No. The closing date is the last day you can apply for the job. The vacancy notice will specify the acceptance period for electronic submissions or, if a hard copy is required, whether or not your application should be either received or postmarked by the closing date.
Internal vacancies are open only to persons who are currently employed by the Government of the Virgin Islands. Public officers may only apply to internal vacancy notices. Persons not working for the Government of the Virgin Islands are considered external candidates are not eligible for internal vacancies.
No. Your application will be saved, but you must submit an application each time you want to apply for a position with the Government of the Virgin Islands.
Yes, However it is preferred that you submit your application electronically.Submitting paper applications may delay the processing of your application. Online applications will be forwarded to the hiring departments more promptly.
The Department of Human Resources' website is the official job site for the Government of the Virgin Islands. Additionally, vacancy notices may be advertised in newspapers. A listing of all vacancy notices is also available at the office of the Department of Human Resources on the west wing of the Central Administration Building.The Department of Human Resources' website is the official job site for the Government of the Virgin Islands. Additionally, vacancy notices may be advertised in newspapers.