Saba is an island in the Caribbean and a special municipality (public entity) of The Netherlands. The island is known for its beautiful scenery and diving. Mount Scenery, at 887 meters high, is the highest point in the Dutch Kingdom. Saba, including Green Island, became a special municipality after the dissolution of the Netherlands Antilles on October 10, 2010. The island is five-square miles and has approximately 1900 inhabitants. There are four main villages: The Bottom (the capital), Windwardside, St. John’s, and Hell’s Gate.
This beautiful island is in search of a:
We are in search of a hands-on Human Resource Manager, who along with colleagues will implement policy and initiate development. With the management of the organization, you are the promoter for the implementing of organizational changes, personnel policy and new HR-methods and instruments. You foster discussion on desirable developments within the organization and function as a sounding board and interviewer.
You have excellent communication skills. You are a practical person who has fun in achieving everyday do-it-yourself goals and who works towards realizing more long-term goals in your work. As a growing organization you will assist with the implementation of change management. Your open personality makes you ideal to bridge the gap between the needs and wants of the Executive Council, management, and personnel. Your work manner is instructive and warm; you have an eye for the personal interests, while not losing sight of the interests of the organization.
You have at minimum a bachelor’s degree and 3 years experience in the field. You have knowledge and experience with the development and implementation of HR policy and instruments.
You also have good communication and advisory skills in English as well as in Dutch.
Saba is a special municipality of The Netherlands and the Public Entity is the largest employer of 175 people. Responsibilities of the Public Entity include the Airport, Harbor, the Tourist Bureau, the Census, etc. The organization is growing, of which you will play a vital role.
We offer a 39,5 hour workweek and a locally competitive salary, along with good secondary work benefits.
Please submit your application letter, CV, and copies of your relevant diplomas by February 21st, 2016. These can be emailed to email@example.com with a copy to firstname.lastname@example.org. For content-specific questions about the position and the organization, you can contact Island Secretary, Mr. Tim Muller at 599-416-7168.