10 Accounting and Finance Jobs in the Eastern Caribbean

The Caribbean region offers a wide range of accounting and finance vacancies at www.caribbeanjobs.com.

These positions can be found in Barbados, Dominica, Guyana, St. Kitts, and Montserrat.

People with the right combination of experience, skills and qualifications can compete for these positions.

Job descriptions should be reviewed carefully before investing time in the application process.

Here are 10 great accounting and finance jobs in Barbados, Dominica, Dominica, Guyana, St. Kitts and Montserrat from www.caribbeanjobs.com:





Senior Business Advisor – Internal Audit

KPMG Caricom Business Services Limited


Quantitative Credit Risk Consultant

KPMG Caricom Business Services Limited



Improve business solutions


Administrative & Financial Assistant

Caribbean Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology



Finance Manager

J. Astaphan & Co Limited



Insurance professionals

EY Caribbean


Saint Kitts

Management Accountant

TDC Group of Companies


Financial accountant

TDC Group of Companies




Human Resources Management Unit


Caribbeanjobs.com Tips (Caribbeanjobs.com Contributor Garth Francis MBA)

In 2022, many interviews will take place virtually. Job seekers can increase their chances of landing their desired job by approaching the virtual interview as efficiently as possible. Some questions should be considered when preparing for the virtual interview.

– Do you have the right equipment? You need to have the right tools that will allow you to connect with the interviewer. Make sure you have a suitable laptop, PC or tablet with a working camera and working sound.

– Is your internet service reliable? Make sure you don’t have any connectivity issues that could prevent you from communicating effectively during the online interview.

-Do you have the necessary software that will allow you to connect to the platform that the interviewer wishes to use?

-Can you establish a safe place with no distractions and a neutral background? Be sure to choose a location that you feel comfortable in so that you can fully concentrate on the interview.

-Are you able to practice in the chosen settings with your hardware and software before the interview? Let a friend or colleague communicate with you virtually to confirm that everything is working fine.

-What should you wear? It’s always best to dress in business attire even if you’re taking part in a virtual interview.

-Is your body language appropriate? Make sure you have good posture and try to maintain “eye contact” during the interview.

Imagine yourself in a situation where your audio is not working or people are bursting into the room talking loudly during the virtual interview.

Now imagine a scenario where you confidently interact with the interviewer in a comfortable location while using communication tools effectively.

Effective preparation is the key to a successful virtual interview.

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