The Public Service Commission (PSC) is the constitutional body vested with advisory functions in relation to a number of areas of support for the Montserrat Public Service. This includes the appointment, discipline, removal and oversight as prescribed by law.
The Public service want to offer the opportunity to as many people as possible who wish to take up this important function and serve on the PSC.
We welcome Expressions of Interest from individuals who believe they have something to offer, want to make a difference, are suitably qualified and are willing to serve for at least two years.
We are currently seeking three new members. One individual who will be appointed by the Governor in consultation with the Premier and the other two who will be appointed by the Governor on the advice of, and after consultation with the Leader of the Opposition
Members will be selected on the basis of skills, experience and knowledge appropriate to the assigned functions set out below. The appointees will perform functions in accordance with the Montserrat Constitution Order 2010 and the Public Service Act (Cap 1.06) and Regulations.
If you think you would like to help support the Public service, and be part of this commission, please read more on the links below and send in your expression of interest – Help the Public Service on its transformation journey, ~bethechange.
Please see link to the Constitution Order 20210 and Public Service Act 2011:
The legal framework for the establishment of the Public Service Commission is found in section 82 of the Montserrat Constitution Order which mandates the appointment of a Commission consisting of a Chairman and five other members.
The Public Service Act (Cap 1.06) and Regulations is the current legislation in force which codifies the parameters within which the Public Service Commission carries out its advisory and oversight functions.
Appointments to the Commission are made in the following manner:
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
The applicant should possess:-
Applicants who wish to be considered for one (1) of the three (3) vacant roles on the Public Service Commission should possess the following;
Desirable but not mandatory Attributes
Persons are not qualified to be appointed as a member of the PSC if within the preceding three (3) years they were;
APPLICATION: CONTENT AND TIMELINE
Suitably qualified and experienced individuals who wish to serve on this commission are asked to submit their Curriculum Vitae and a Personal Statement detailing suitability with respect to the eligibility criteria. The statement is also expected to outline what you can bring to the Commission while serving in this role. Applications should be submitted via https://gomjobs.com no later than November 30th 2022.
Prospective applicants seeking additional information on this assignment are invited to email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Following the advertisement period, applications will be reviewed by the Governor. The Governor will consult with the Premier and Leader of Opposition thereafter, following which all candidates will be notified of the outcome. Appointments of selected candidates to the PSC will take effect from February 1st 2022 for a period of two years.
Members remuneration is $1200 per month. The relevant taxes apply as per the Income Tax Act.
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