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 Welcome to JobsCayman!  

An online system that allows registered users to access job postings created by registered employers.

The purpose of the system is to offer a better approach to facilitate Caymanians in finding employment. It will also allow Employers to search for qualified and skilled Caymanians who are seeking employment. The online system will require all information to be submitted electronically and offers real-time access to information.

 

To register with JobsCayman you will need to create a CIGnet account. To do this, go to the tab on the top right corner of the WORC home page entitled “Create Your CIGnet Login’. Follow the steps to create a user and use those login details to register with JobsCayman.

 Required Documentation

To register all individuals must provide a picture ID and proof of their immigration status. The online system will ask for these documents to be uploaded in digital format such as PDF or JPG.

 

Proof of Caymanian documentation can be either of the following:

Voter registration card;

An Acknowledgment Letter from WORC or former Immigration Department;

Birth certificate (and birth certificate that indicates one parent was born in the Cayman Islands, or both parents were born outside of the Cayman Islands with a copy of the Caymanian parents Caymanian Status Certificate, if resident status of the parents was obtained prior to the client’s birth);

Caymanian Status Certificate;

Stamp in a valid passport indicating the Caymanian Status.

 

Picture ID accepted:

Passport photo page

Voter registration card

Driver’s license

 

*All IDs must be notarized. However, if individuals are coming into the WORC office to register, notarization of their documents is not required.

 

Proof of immigration status for non-Caymanians can be either of the following:

A Residency with Employment Rights Certificate (RERC); or

A Residency with Employment Rights Certificate (RERC) as the Spouse of a Caymanian; or

Valid work permit license issued by the Immigration Department or WORC; or

Valid work permit license issued by the Immigration Department or WORC that shows that one is a dependent

 

*Non-Caymanians must provide their passport photo page for their ID.

 

Documents required for Employer Registration:

Must provide a letter from an authorized person within the company, on the company's letterhead, delegating a representative to register as the primary person on the company's account. This applies to non-profit organisations as well. A copy of a valid ID for the authorising person must also be submitted.

Provide proof of a valid operational license under their particular industry, e.g.  a T&B license. For non-profit organisations, a copy of their non-profit certificate must be submitted.

Approved gratuities scheme if employer is within the hospitality industry

 

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