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March 11, 2019 at 9:06 pm #763802EvawalGuest
The Regional Judicial and Legal Services Commission invites applications for the following
positions at the Caribbean Court of Justice:
- Case Management Officer
- Deputy Registrar & Marshal
- Judicial Counsel
- Accounting Support Officer
- Executive Assistant (Judicial)
- Human Resources Officer – HR Development
All Applications must be submitted on the following application form which must be downloaded, completed and signed:
Applications are to be submitted no later than 4:00 p.m. Atlantic Standard Time on April 5, 2019 via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or delivered/mailed to:
The Human Resources Manager
Regional Judicial and Legal Services Commission
#134 Henry Street
Port of Spain
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
Unsuitable applications will not be acknowledged.
Position Deadline Date Status Deputy Registrar & Marshal 5 April 2019 Open Case Management Officer 5 April 2019 Open Human Resources Officer – HR Development 5 April 2019 Open Accounting Support Officer 5 April 2019 Open Driver/Usher 5 April 2019 Open Executive Assistant (Judicial) 5 April 2019 Open Judicial Counsel (On Contract) 5 April 2019 Open
About the Caribbean Court of Justice
The chronology below traces the history and tells the story of the Caribbean Court of Justice: from concept to reality. Click on each title to learn more.
1901 – Editorial in the Jamaica Gleaner newspaper
1970 – At the Sixth Meeting of the Heads of Government conference of Commonwealth Caribbean Countries, the Jamaican delegation tabled a proposal for the establishment of a Regional Court of Appeal
1970 – 1971 – Meeting of the Committee of Attorneys-General and issuance of draft report on the Establishment of a Regional Court of Appeal
1972 – Report of the Representative Committee of the Organization of the Commonwealth Caribbean Bar Associations on the Establishment of a Caribbean Court of Appeal In Substitution for the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council
1989 – The Heads of Government agree to the establishment of the Court at the Tenth Meeting of the Conference of Heads of Government of the Caribbean Community
1992 – Time for Action Report of the West Indian Commission makes recommendations for the establishment of a Caribbean Supreme Court
1999 – Trinidad and Tobago announced its plans to house the CCJ in Port of Spain, and the Heads of Government approved the Agreement Establishing the Caribbean Court of Justice
14th February 2001 – The Agreement Establishing the Caribbean Court of Justice was signed by the CARICOM states of: Antigua & Barbuda; Barbados; Belize; Grenada; Guyana; Jamaica; St. Kitts & Nevis; St. Lucia; Suriname; and Trinidad & Tobago.
15th February 2003 – Two further states, Dominica and St. Vincent & The Grenadines, signed the agreement, bringing the total number of signatories to 12.
21st & 22nd August 2003 – the first meeting of the Regional Judicial and Legal Services Commission (RJLSC)
18th August 2004 – The Right Honourable Mr. Justice Michael de la Bastide is sworn in as the first President of the Caribbean Court of Justice
16th April 2005 – The inauguration of the CCJ was held at Queen’s Hall, in Port of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago, the Seat of the Court.
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