Aug 25

The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) intends to award a service contract for a consultancy to develop CSME public educational products (PEP) and their delivery to selected constituencies and to the general public, with financial assistance from the 10th EDF CSME and EIP.

The purpose of this contract is to increase the understanding of nationals of the Caribbean Community of the CSME processes, including the harmonized, regulatory and administrative systems that would enable them as beneficiaries of the CSME to access their rights and thus the use of the various CSME arrangements that have been established for the free movement of skills, services, goods and capital and the right of establishment. The project will utilize the services of a Consultant to develop products and messages resonating with target audiences to increase ownership of the integration process through stakeholder buy in. The Consultancy will also facilitate the implementation of recommendations emanating from 9th EDF awareness studies focusing on Rural Communities and Labour Stakeholders, and build on results achieved under the several donor-supported initiatives undertaken by the CARICOM Secretariat in the area of CSME public education.

For full details on the requirements, please download the terms of reference here.

Interested persons must submit their application form no later than 1600 hrs Guyana time on 21 September, 2015 to:
Coral Corbin
Programme Manager, Administrative Services
CARICOM Secretariat
Turkeyen, Greater Georgetown
Tel: (592) 222 0104

Applications must be submitted using the standard application form, the format and instructions of which must be strictly observed. The application form is available from the following Internet address:

TOR – CSME Public Education Product