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Athletes’ Career Workshop On February 24

Athletes’ Career Workshop On February 24

The Bermuda Olympic Association [BOA], on behalf of the Athletes’ Commission of the International Olympic Committee, will host a free Athletes’ Career Programme Workshop for Bermudian athletes aged 15 to 30 on Saturday, February 24. The event will be held from 8.30am to 5.00pm at the Goose Gosling Centre at Saltus Grammar School. A spokesperson... Read more of this article

Total Govt Employees Went From 5,258 To 4,607

Total Govt Employees Went From 5,258 To 4,607

The total amount of Government employees decreased from 5,258 in 2012 to 4,607 in 2017, and the salaries/overtime payments paid went from $391,883 million in 2012 to $366,542 million in 2017. These figures were revealed as Ministry of Cabinet Office with responsibility for Government Reform Lovitta Foggo replied to Parliamentary Questions posed by OBA... Read more of this article

BTA Eliminate & Create Jobs In ‘Reorganisation’

BTA Eliminate & Create Jobs In ‘Reorganisation’

Four job positions are being eliminated by the BTA and six new positions are being created, with the BTA saying the “reorganisation is about modernising the structure of the Bermuda Tourism Authority for the first time since its inception in 2014.” The BTA said the four job positions that are being eliminated consist of three staff positions... Read more of this article

Bermuda Skyport Hires Additional 11 Employees

Bermuda Skyport Hires Additional 11 Employees

Bermuda Skyport has hired an additional 11 employees, adding to the nine new hires announced last year and the 27 staff members who transitioned from the former Department of Airport Operations. “The new hires cover a variety of positions including maintenance, technical, commercial and finance. Out of the 20 new hires, 17 are Bermudian and two... Read more of this article

Department To Host Free Career Workshops

Department To Host Free Career Workshops

Whether you are just starting your career, need assistance with a job search or considering or want to ensure that you’re prepared for a job search, the Department of Workforce Development is offering free career development workshops assist you with career guidance. “The Department’s career development officers have organized monthly... Read more of this article

Minister Meets With Skills Development Trainees

Minister Meets With Skills Development Trainees

Earlier this week, the Minister of Public Works Lt/Col David Burch met with the latest group of trainees in the Skills Development Programme. The Skills Development Programme is designed to equip Bermudians with the additional tools needed to help them secure jobs in the horticultural field. Minister Burch with the participants of the fourth cohort... Read more of this article

Interested In A Career In The Maritime Industry?

Interested In A Career In The Maritime Industry?

Endeavour Community Sailing and the Bermuda College Division of Professional and Career Education are teaming up on a new initiative for youth in Bermuda, offering a course for Bermudian residents ages 16 to 24 years old who are interested in pursuing a maritime industry career. “Potential candidates do not need a sailing background to apply for... Read more of this article

Police Certificates To Be Submitted With Permits

Police Certificates To Be Submitted With Permits

Today [Aug 25] the Minister of Home Affairs Walton Brown announced that police certificates must now be submitted with work permit applications saying “As we move to carefully scrutinize applicants, the request to submit police certificates is with immediate effect”. Minister Brown said, “Employers will be aware that the current Work... Read more of this article

2017 Bermuda Job Market Employment Briefs

2017 Bermuda Job Market Employment Briefs

The Minister of Cabinet Office with Responsibility for Government Reform Lovitta Foggo today released the latest available employment figures prepared by the Department of Statistics. The 2017 edition of the Bermuda Job Market Employment Briefs highlight the main findings of the 2016 Annual Employment Survey. The Minister noted: “Reports of this nature... Read more of this article

Bermuda Skyport Hires Nine New Employees

Bermuda Skyport Hires Nine New Employees

Bermuda Skyport has hired nine new employees, adding to the 27 staff members who transitioned from the former Department of Airport Operations. The new hires cover a variety of positions from traffic enforcement, design and engineering, human resources, commercial and marketing and communications. They include Afton Botelho, Cher-Ann Brangman, Amy Curtis,... Read more of this article

BHCS, Brown-Darrell Clinic To Reduce Salaries

BHCS, Brown-Darrell Clinic To Reduce Salaries

Bermuda HealthCare Services and Brown-Darrell Clinic announced‎ today that they have implemented salary decreases that will be effective in the very near future, adding that “from top to bottom, the entire team will experience pay cuts.” This step has been taken because of what Executive Chair Dr. Ewart Brown calls “callous, irrational... Read more of this article

PLP On The OBA ‘Leaving Bermudians Behind’

PLP On The OBA ‘Leaving Bermudians Behind’

“Tourism can’t go forward leaving Bermudians behind”, this according to the Progressive Labour Party tonight [July 2] after Junior Minister for Tourism, Transport and Municipalities Kenneth Bascome spoke of joint efforts between the Ministry, the BTA and Skyport “to secure new routes to Bermuda including Europe and the US”. A... Read more of this article

New Public Service Commission Regulations

New Public Service Commission Regulations

“I have today brought into effect a new set of regulations, which revoke a number of previous provisions and bring into effect new regulations,” the Governor said this morning [May 29], adding that they “take account of the main concerns that have been expressed to me in relation to the 2016 Regulations while continuing to ensure the... Read more of this article