Coordinating inspector Labour Inspection
Safe, fair and healthy work. That's our objective at the Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment. As a Coordinating inspector Labour Inspection you manage the team of labour inspectors. Along with the team you perform the supervision and enforcement thereof.
HBO| Bonaire|39.5 hours|P&O2019_08_002|Closing date: September 27 2019
- functionally managing the work of the Labour Inspection of SZW-CN and acting as a supervisor and coach of and a source of information for the inspectors;
- drawing up the annual plan of the Labour Inspection, carrying out risk analyses for that purpose and, based on that, indicating the priorities to be set for the performed supervision/enforcement;
- providing the necessary input with regard to application and environmental aspects in the (daily) practice of the supervision and enforcement of legislation for safety at work, working hours and conditions, minimum wages and employment permits and with regard to policy rules and work instructions to be defined or adapted by the Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment in the area of labour inspection in CN;
- maintaining contacts at an operational and tactical level (informative, coordination-oriented and advisory) with the (foreigners) police, the KMar, the supervisory/enforcement units of the Public Entities and with the Labour Inspection of the Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment in The Hague;
- being co-responsible for the preparation and updating of information/education material in the field of (work) safety, health and well-being in the work environment;
- conducting employee interviews;
- co-implementing the supervisory and enforcement activities of the Labour Inspection.
The Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment (SZW) implements social security for the Caribbean Netherlands, directly managed by the department in the Netherlands.
As SZW Caribbean Netherlands we have been created for this purpose in order to ensure the implementation of AOV, Social Refief, AWW, Labour Inspection, Labour Affairs, Wage Loss and the granting of Work Permits.
- Good sense of judgement
- Sensitive to your environment
- Planning and organization
- Employee development
- You are in possession of an HBO (higher vocational education) degree (preferably a relevant education in public administration, business administration or a technical subject);
- You are in possession of a Bavpol certificate (extraordinary police officer);
- You have knowledge of the legislation (and relevant legal procedures) in the field of safety at work, working hours and conditions, minimum wages and work permits;
- You have insight into the context in which SZW-CN, and the Labour Inspection in particular, operates;
- You have skills in dealing with the various chain partners and various cultures/circumstances;
- You have knowledge of the various business sectors in CN;
- You have skills in performing risk analyses and creating reports/inspection plans;
- You have skills in performing checks and writing tickets;
- You have a good spoken and written command of Dutch and preferably English, Spanish and Papiamentu.
What we offer:
- A salary in line with market conditions, preliminary salary scale 10 or final salary scale 11, between a minimum of $ 2,967 and a maximum of $ 4,460 per month based on a work week of 39.5 hours. Pay grade based on knowledge and experience
- A year-end bonus of 6%
- A holiday allowance of 8.33% of the wage
- An attractive pension scheme administered by PCN
- In-house training opportunities
- 184 holiday hours (based on a work week of 39.5 hours)
- A relocation scheme if you are a respondent who is living abroad
For internal candidates:
- If you have a permanent employment contract, your permanent employment contract will be continued with additional arrangements.
- If you have a temporary employment contract, you’ll be offered a temporary appointment for a period of one year, which may be turned into permanent employment in case of mutual satisfaction and if possible.
For external candidates:
A temporary appointment for a period of one year. In case of mutual satisfaction, the temporary appointment can be converted into permanent employment after one year.
For information about this position, please contact:
Name: Gerard Meijer, deputy unit head SZW
Telephone : +599 781 0255
You can send your curriculum vitae with cover letter to: