Cayman Islands Recruitment
Welcome to the Cayman Islands Recruitment online Business Directory Listings. Ecay Online is the leading Cayman Islands business directory and below you'll find preferred partners and many other registered Cayman Islands Recruitment.
PO BOX 31825, Coconut Plaza (SMB), Tropic Centre 11 Unit 1
Company Phone: (345) 769-9101
Company Fax: (345) 949-6095
Company Website: www.aaaservices.ky
P.O. Box 2040, Century Yard, Cricket Sq.
Company Phone: (345) 945-1781
Company Fax: (345) 945-1782
Company Website: www.baraud.com
P.O. Box 520, North Sound Rd
Company Phone: (345) 949-8173
P.O. Box 10091, Fidelity Centre
Company Phone: (345) 946-7837
Company Fax: (345) 946-7836
Company Website: www.steppingstonescayman.com
Where can I find the most up to date list of vacancies?
The Ecay Trade part of this site usually lists around 80 or more vacancies and the websites of most agencies also list vacancies. If you go to the government website www.gov.ky they list government vacancies and these days many larger hotels and firms will list their own vacancies on their own websites. For more information about Cayman Islands Recruitment, check out the links to your right.
Can I get advice on recruitment practices for my business?
Several law firms offer this service to their clients and professional agencies such as Baraud International (www.baraud.com)can give advice in this respect. For more information on Cayman Islands Recruitment click on the links to your right.
Can I work without a permit?
Only Caymanians, Government employees or those married to Caymanians can work without a permit, although ex-pats married to Caymanians still need specific paperwork. For more information on Cayman Islands Recruitment and Cayman Islands Immigration check our business directory for the island’s experts, plus check our articles on Immigration which will help guide you in the right direction.
Can I come to Cayman on a temporary work permit?
Yes Employers can obtain temporary work permits for ex-pat employees however specific Immigration guide lines need to be followed. For more information on Cayman Islands Recruitment and Cayman Islands Immigration, click on the links to the right.
Can I have help filling in my CV or résumé?
Most agencies will assist with this if necessary.
Does the local paper carry job vacancies? Which day?
The local papers do advertise jobs and the best day is usually on a Friday. The Observer which is the weekly business newspaper also advertises jobs. For more information on jobs and Cayman Islands Recruitment please check out our business directory.
Can i look online for a job, before I get there?
Absolutely. You must secure a job and a permit before arriving in Cayman. If you check out the section on this site regarding Immigration it will give you in depth information on what you can and cannot do as far as working and living in Cayman.
Where are seasonal jobs to be found?
There are some seasonal jobs to be found within the tourism sector within hotels, restaurants and diving and water sports companies. Red Sail Sports is the Cayman Islands Premier Diving and Water sports company and you can check out available jobs on www.redsailcayman.com If you scroll through the listings in our Cayman Islands Business Directory under the Categories of Hotels & Resorts, Diving, Water sports and Restaurants, you can click on the links to check out all the island’s leaving tourism service providers.
Where do I look for jobs in tourism or finance?
I would contact one of Cayman’s professional recruitment firms as they have a huge amount of jobs listed on their books, primarily in the Financial Services Industry. I would start by checking out their websites by linking to them from our business directory for Cayman Islands Recruitment to your right. Being a financial services centre there are many vacancies for qualified Accountants, Attorneys, Legal Secretaries and Fund Managers to mention but a few. The recruitment firms will request your resume then probably follow up by email and possibly a phone interview. Once you are successful in securing a position the Employer has to apply for a Gainful Occupation License for you if you are a non Caymanian. We have a multi-national work force in the Cayman Islands.