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Economist I, Research Department

Suitably qualified citizens of member territories of the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union (ECCU) are invited to apply to fill the post of Economist I, Research Department, at the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank, headquartered in Basseterre, St Kitts. The successful application will be based in St. Kitts, and will be hired initially on a two (2) year contractual engagement with the opportunity to renew or transfer to the permanent establishment based on performance.

All applicants must complete the ECCB Employment application form which is available on the ECCB’s Website (www.eccb-centralbank.org) or at the ECCB’s Office in the respective territories.


• A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Economics or other related social science field;
• At least 3 years of experience in policy environment;
• A demonstrated interest in research activities;
• Proficiency in the use of software applications and econometric techniques;
• Strong presentation skills;
• A sound working knowledge of all applications in Microsoft Office Suite, especially Advanced Excel and Word.

• A flexible and proactive approach to work;
• Ability to work with minimal supervision;
• Strong problem and analytical skills;
• Strong organization skills and attention to details required;
• Computer skills.

The following documents must be submitted:
 Employment application form
 Curriculum vitae
Two (2) recent original letters of reference
Certified copies of all certificates
 Official transcripts where applicable

The application form and supporting documents must be sent to:
Career Opportunities Application
Human Resource Department
Eastern Caribbean Central Bank
P O Box 89, Bird Rock
St Kitts

The successful candidate will be directly responsible to the Director, RD, for the proper performance of his/her duties, which will include:
• Research, collect and compile information
• Maintain and update quantitative databases
• Process, consolidate and transform data, prepare tables;
• Analyze economic time series and write reports;
• Administrative support to some meetings;
• Any other duties assigned.


Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Human Resource Department
Eastern Caribbean Central Bank
P O Box 89
Bird Rock
St Kitts and Nevis

Applications should reach no later than 10 February 2017

NB: 1. Only candidates short listed for the selection process will be contacted;
2. Applicants may enquire of the Human Resource Department to ascertain receipt
of applications.
3. Shortlisted candidates will be required to undertake various assessments.

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