Government of Dominica


A vacancy exists for the post of Local Consultant/ Administrative Support under the Low Carbon Transport Project, Ministry of Economic Affairs, Planning, Resilience and Sustainable Development.
The selected candidate will provide comprehensive secretarial and administrative support to the GCF National Project Coordinator on the National Low Carbon Transport Project; and administrative assistance in general project implementation, management and day-to-day liaison with other counterparts.

Specific duties will include:
● Assisting in the processing of direct payments and advance requests.
● Supporting the GCF NPC in the compilation and editing of periodic reports as required by the project, these include evaluation reports, annual project reports, bi annual reports, and request for extensions. and update project files. Prepare minutes of project meetings. Prepare all documentation for contract issuance.

● Facilitating workshops and presentations, and the procurement of services and goods and services required by the project.

● Overseeing day-to-day project correspondence, information sharing, filing and ensuring that appropriate follow-up actions are taken.

● Providing logistical, accommodation and other administrative support to international experts and consultants engaged in the delivery of the project.

Applicants must possess:
• An Associate’s Degree in Business or Secretarial Administration or equivalent with a Cumulative GPA of 3.50 or higher • Minimum of 2 years practical work experience, particularly with projects
Prerequisites include:
• A basic understanding of the Green Climate Fund, Climate Change and Greening of the Economy • Computer literacy (Microsoft Office) • Ability to create and host virtual meetings • Ability to administer virtual surveys • Experience in providing assistance in project coordination and implementation
Applications and CVs should be emailed to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and addressed to:
The Permanent Secretary Ministry of Economic Affairs 5th Floor Financial Center Building Roseau

Deadline for receipt of applications is December 13, 2021. Only suitably qualified applicants will be acknowledged. 


Applications are invited from suitably qualified and interested persons to fill the position of Permanent Secretary.


The Permanent Secretary is the Head of a Department of Government equivalent to the classification of Level XVIII and Pay Code B.


The main functions of the Permanent Secretary are summarized as follows:

  1. Provide policy advice to the Minister and undertake strategic policy development and implementation within the assigned field of responsibility;
  2. Human Resource Management to include performance appraisals of staff and staff management systems in accordance with the requirements of the Public Service Commission;
  3. Financial Planning and Management to include annual budget preparation and authorization of payments adhering to the Financial Regulations;
  4. Preparation of monthly and annual reports, speeches, and responses to media and public inquiries;
  5. General Administration to ensure that all work of the Ministry and its Divisions is discharged economically, efficiently, promptly, and courteously.


A Master’s Degree in the field of Public Sector Management or related field


Eight (8) years’ experience in a senior management position



  • Sound knowledge of the policies, procedures and the laws of the Public Service and the Dominica Constitution;
  • Ability to plan, develop and implement (including monitor) developmental projects;
  • Competence in human resource management and development issues to be able to provide relevant guidance and advice to Heads of Division and other public officials;
  • Competence in human resource management and development issues to be able to provide relevant guidance and advise to Heads of Division and other public officials;
  • Strong communication skills;
  • Ability to think strategically and to develop and pursue a vision for the growth of the Public Service;
  • Knowledge of negotiation techniques and possession of good interpersonal skills;
  • Knowledge of approaches to reform and modernization;
  • Change management and team building skills;
  • Ability to apply knowledge to enhance the daily operations of the Public Service.


The holder of the position is required to interface with numerous clients both within and outside the Public Service. The responsibilities of the position require working for extended hours on a daily basis and sometimes on weekends and public holidays. The holder must also be able to work under extreme mental and physical pressure.



Applications with Curriculum Vitae and two references should be addressed to:-


       The Secretary to the Cabinet

                    Cabinet Secretariat

                    Financial Center – 6th Floor

                    Kennedy Avenue


                    COMMONWEALTH OF DOMINICA


OR emailed to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



Deadline for receipt of applications is April 30, 2021



In an effort to build our Dominican Collection, we wish to encourage authors and publishers of materials with Dominican content to donate at least two copies to the Dominica Library and Information Service.

Please contact us at 266 3409 / 3341 / 3355 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



The Hon. Reginald Austrie, invites students from the Cottage Constituency attending the Dominica State College and their parents to a meeting to discuss the new academic school year.

Meeting will take place on Thursday October 15, 2020 at the Portsmouth Secondary School (PSS) at 5.00 p.m.

Please make a special effort to attend and to be on time.


The Dominica Youth Business Trust announces its fact to face Small Business Assistance Facility Training which will run from December 8-10 .

In this regard, applications are invited from young men and women age 18 to 35 who are interested in developing their small businesses.  

Application forms can be obtained at the Dominica Youth Business Trust Office, 42 Kennedy Avenue, Youth Development Division on High Street, District Youth Development Officers or the DYBT website

Application forms should reach the Dominica Youth Business Trust no later than Friday 6th November, 2020. 

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