RJLSC Recruitment Update

1 Mar 2019

 

VACANCY

 Member, Caribbean Community Administrative Tribunal

 

The Regional Judicial and Legal Services Commission invites applications from suitably qualified applicants for the position of Member, Caribbean Community Administrative Tribunal.  The members of the Tribunal must:

  • have held, hold or be qualified to hold high judicial office in a CARICOM State; or
  • be jurisconsults of recognized competence with experience as such for a period of not less than ten years; or
  • be jurisconsults of recognized competence with particular experience in the field of labour relations for a period of not less than ten years.

Please click on the following links to view and download the requisite Guideline and Application form for this position:

Statute of the CCAT Adopted on 27 February 2019

MEMBER Application Form

 

Applications should be emailed to or mailed to:

The Human Resources Manager

#134 Henry Street

Port of Spain

Trinidad and Tobago

no later than Friday 28th June 2019 by 4:00 p.m. Atlantic Standard Time.

 

 

Recruitment Update

Position Deadline Date Status
Communication and Information Manager 17 May 2019 Receipt of Applications Closed
Deputy Registrar & Marshal 5 April 2019 Interviews Completed
Case Management Officer 5 April 2019 Interviews Completed
Human Resources Officer – HR Development 5 April 2019 Interviews Completed
Accounting Support Officer 5 April 2019 Interviews Completed
Driver/Usher 5 April 2019 Interviews Completed
Executive Assistant (Judicial) 5 April 2019 Interviews Completed
Judicial Counsel (On Contract) 5 April 2019 Interviews Completed
Communications Consultant 29 March 2019 Receipt of Applications Closed

“The Regional Judicial and Legal Services Commission (Commission) was established pursuant to Article V of The Agreement Establishing the Caribbean Court of Justice (The Agreement). Article V(3) of the Agreement outlines:

 

(1) The Commission shall have responsibility for:

(a) making appointments to the office of Judge of the Court, other than that of President;

(b) making appointments of those officials and employees referred to in Article XXVII and for determining the salaries and allowances to be paid to such officials and employees;

(c) the determination of the terms and conditions of service of officials and employees; and

(d) the termination of appointments in accordance with the provisions of this Agreement.

 

(2) The Commission shall, in accordance with the Regulations, exercise disciplinary control over Judges of the Court, other than the President, and over officials and employees of the Court.”