Vacancies

CARPHA, a Public Health Agency serving 24 member countries in the Caribbean, headquartered in Trinidad and Tobago, with campuses in Saint Lucia and Jamaica, invites applications from suitably qualified individuals to fill the positions described below. An excellent opportunity to contribute to the improvement of public health in the Caribbean region exists for the selected

No Internal vacancy available at this time.

Head of Mission/Charge d’Affaires (Closing Date January 12th, 2018)

Under the direction of the Director of the Economic Affairs and Regional Integration of the OECS Commission, the Head of Mission shall be responsible for representing the interests of the OECS in the work of the WTO, UNCTAD, WIPO and the ITC and monitoring, analysing and reporting on the same. Read More...



Development of Design Guidelines for Disaster Resilient Schools in the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) (Closing Date January 5th, 2018)

The overall objective of this project is to develop best practice guidelines for planning, design, construction, retrofitting and business continuity of hazard-resilient schools in the OECS with particular focus on hurricanes (winds and floods), earthquakes and Tsunamis. Read More...




Technical Attaché I (Closing Date January 12th, 2018)

Under the direction of the Technical Attaché III, the Technical Attaché I shall be responsible for assisting the Head to represent the interests of the OECS Member States in the work of the World Trade Organisation (WTO), United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) and the International Trade Centre (ITC) and monitoring, analysing and reporting on the same. Read More...




Technical Attaché II (Closing Date January 12th, 2018)

Under the direction of the Head, OECS Geneva Mission, the Technical Attaché II shall be responsible for assisting the Technical Attaché III to represent the interests of the OECS Member States in the work of the World Trade Organisation (WTO), United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) and the International Trade Centre (ITC) and monitoring, analysing and reporting on the same. Read More...





External Vacancies

Consultancy Services for Independent Evaluation and Analysis Of The OECS Early Reading Assessment (ERA) 2016 and the 2016 Grade 2 National Assessments Related to Reading (Closing Date December 19th, 2017)

The OECS Education Development Management Unit (EDMU) is seeking to engage a consultant to provide the services described below. In close collaboration with the OECS and the Ministries of Education (MOEs), the Consultant will evaluate the OECS Early Reading Assessment (ERA) 2016 and further, conduct a comparative analysis of that test and the Grade 2 national assessments related to reading utilized by participating ELP Member States in 2016. The main goal of this consultancy is to determine possible contributors to the disparities between the findings of the ERA 2016 and the Grade 2, 2016 national assessments related to reading. Read More...



An electronic copy of the Expressions of Interest should be submitted by 19th December, 2017, addressed to:
OECS/USAID Early Learners Programme
Attn: Head, Education Development Management Unit (EDMU)
OECS Commission
Frank Johnson Avenue, Morne Fortune
P.O. Box 179, Castries, SAINT LUCIA
Telephone: (758) 453-0669/456-0572 Fax: (758) 458-5079
At the following email address:
oecsusaidelp@oecs.int
copied to: procurement@oecs.int
The email submissions should include the name and address of the Individual Consultant and shall be clearly marked in the subject line as “Expression of Interest – Independent Evaluation and Analysis of the OECS Early Reading Assessment (ERA) 2016 and the 2016 Grade 2 National Assessments Related to Reading”
An Individual Consultant will be selected in accordance with the Consultant’s Qualifications (CQS) Selection Method as detailed in the procedures set out in the Procurement Manual of the OECS, dated November 2013 revised June 2017.


How to Apply

All applicants must complete the JOB APPLICANT'S PROFILE SUMMARY FORM

Applications or enquiries should be addressed, stating the title of the post in the subject line, to:

The Human Resource Manager
Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA)
P.O. Box 164, PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD
FAX: (868) 622-2792;
Email: dalrymbi@CARPHA.ORG

COMPENSATION PACKAGE

A competitive salary, paid in the currency of the country of posting, is being offered with an attractive benefits package that includes group life insurance, a group health plan with vision and dental benefits and a defined contribution pension scheme or end-of-contract gratuity. Additional benefits for non-nationals and nationals whose normal place of residence is outside of the country of posting.