You can apply for study leave through the Training Division by completing the study leave application form.

The Department of Disaster Management DDM) recongnises that volunteerism  is one of oldest response mechanisms used in disaster situations and in the immediate aftermath of a disaster, hence the spearheading of an online initiative.  It is also recognised that the first response, both spontaneous and organised, generally comes from local communities.  As such vlounteers constitute a very important resource to to the disaster management mechanism in Virgin Islands.

The VI Volunteer Programme Open to all domiciled residents of the Virgin Islands and those visitingn our island for 6 months or more.  To be eligible for active memebership, persons should be between 18-50 years old,n possess a community spirit and be committed to using his or her ablilities to enhance disaster management in the Virgin Islands.

The online Registry can be accessed via the Department's website at www.bviddm.comor directly using the link http://173.0.134.71/BVIVolunteers/.  Persons interesting in becoming part of the volunteer Registry and who are not able to access the online registration can contact Cecil Jeffrey, Community Relations Officer at 468-4200.

 

 

You can go to the ministry website from the home page of the government at www.bvi.gov.vg to find out more information.
To work for the Government of the Virgin Islands, you may be a citizen (Virginislander or Belonger), or permanent resident of the Territory or authorized in writing to work in Territory under federal Immigration Act. You will only be asked for proof if an offer of employment is made to you. To work anywhere in the BVI, you need a Social Insurance Number (SIN) which you get from the local Social Security Board.
You will likely not know if you are in conflict of interest for the position until you discuss your concerns with the hiring manager when you receive an offer of employment. Upon acceptance of a job offer and your role as a public officer, you will be required to follow the conflict of interest provisions to ensure that your work and relationships are managed openly, fairly and transparently.
An officer can confirm that his/her salary is deposited by verifying his/her account balance with the officer's financial institution by phone or on-line.
Applicants are required to produce their old manual card in person for capturing their photo image and be accommodated with the new electronic card free of charge.
Complete the payroll authorisation form and submit to the Department of Human Resources.

Oil spills occurring on land should be reported to the Conservation and Fisheries Department and the Royal Virgin Islands Police Force.

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