Information Technology Officer (Information and Records Management)
The successful candidate will play a critical role in the efficient organisation, maintenance, and retrieval of company information and records. They will be responsible for implementing best practices in information and records management, with a primary focus on utilizing SharePoint as the central platform. This role demands a detail-oriented, tech-savvy professional with a strong commitment to data integrity, compliance, and accessibility.
The Data Analytics Officer is a key member of the Information and Analytics team, responsible for leveraging data to drive strategic decision-making within the organization. This role requires a deep understanding of data analytics, business intelligence tools (with a focus on Power BI), and the ability to turn data into actionable insights. The Data Analytics Officer will collaborate with various departments to enhance data-driven strategies and improve overall business performance.
The Manager, Analytics and Information Management is responsible for overseeing the development, implementation, and maintenance of analytics and information management systems within the organization. This role requires strong expertise in SharePoint and Power BI, as well as a deep understanding of data analysis and information management best practices. The Manager will lead a team of analysts and collaborate with various departments to drive data-driven decision-making processes.
Reporting to the Manager, Treasury Unit, the Investment Officer is, in accordance with the Bank's approved policies and guidelines, accountable for cash and investment portfolio management, managing interest rate risk through the application of derivative products or other approved means or methods. The officer will also be required to monitor and ensure that the IT support systems, policies and guidelines always align with the Bank’s requirement for accuracy, integrity of information and other business objectives.
Reporting to the Head, Private Sector Division, the Coordinator, Development Finance (CDF) is responsible for planning and coordinating, through a team of Development Finance Officers (DFOs) the identification, preparation, appraisal, and supervision of loans/equities/lines of credit and technical assistance to the private sector and financial institutions. The CDF:
provides a consistently high level of technical and procedural advice and guidance to the DFOs and Bank clients in project identification, preparation, appraisal, and supervision activities; and
Represents the bank on key issues relating to the establishment of loans/equities/lines of credit and technical assistance for the private sector and financial institutions.
Reporting to the Director, Economics Department (DED), the Deputy Director, Research and Statistics (DDRS) is mainly accountable for the Bank’s social and economic research pursuits. This includes identifying, initiating, executing, commissioning and supervising, and disseminating information to advance the work of the Bank in the areas of social and economic development in the Caribbean, either on a stand-alone basis, or in conjunction with other units in the Bank or with external agencies and entities.
The primary role of the Chief Information & Technology Officer (CITO) is to lead the long-term strategic planning of the Bank’s Technology and ensure the technology roadmap and the alignment and delivery of all solutions and services meet internal business performance criteria and service levels. Ensure that the technology strategy supports the Bank’s corporate strategy. They will engage with leaders across the Bank and play a critical role in enabling the Bank's strategic and operational delivery. The CITO will help the Bank develop a data-first culture that enables the Bank to leverage data to improve Bank operations and the understanding of its business.
Reporting directly to the Vice President of Finance & Corporate Services (VPFCS), the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) will lead all financial aspects of the Bank, including financial planning, financial reporting, budgeting, accounting, treasury, borrowings from the capital markets and investment activities, and asset liability management. The CFO is a senior management team member and will serve on several management committees. As a strategic thought partner, the CFO will work closely with the leadership team to drive financial performance and optimise resource mobilisation strategies.