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Chief Fuels Inspector & Director Fuels Market

Job Details

  • Agency: Utility Regulation and Competition Office
  • Reference: OF005/20
  • Posted: 08-Oct-2020
  • Closing Date: 21-Oct-2020
  • Salary: CI$96,600.00 - CI$129,924.00
  • Job Description


Applications are invited for the following post:

Chief Fuels Inspector & Director Fuels Market

The Chief Fuels Inspector & Director Fuels Market (CFI&DFM) reports directly to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and has statutory responsibility for the regulation, development and compliance within the Fuels sector in the Cayman Islands, in accordance with the Utility Regulation and Competition Office Law (2019 Revision), Dangerous Substances law and Regulations, the Building Code Regulations, (2013 Rev.), the Fire Code, (1997).

Key areas of accountability include, but are not limited to:

The post holder is directly responsible to ensure the provision of comprehensive, high quality services in a cost effective, timely, and transparent manner with a strong customer service focus in delivering (or contributing to the delivery of) the following Purchase Agreement outputs.

a. URC 1, Drafting of Legislation and Policy Advice

b. URC 3, Collection and Verification of License Fees

c. URC 4, Policy Advice

d. URC 5, Education of local businesses and the general public on Fuel sectoral issues

e. URC 6, Regional and international representation as directed by the CEO

f. URC10, Monitoring and controlling of petroleum products, storage and handling.

g. URC11, Economic Regulations: Monitoring and Directing Fuel Sector and Relevant Markets

Qualifications, Experience and Skills

The post-holder must hold:

  • A first degree.
  • A Master’s Degree in Utility Regulation or Competition, Accounting, Economics, Engineering, Finance, Law or Public Policy, or an equivalent professional qualification from a recognized educational institution.
  • In the absence of a Master’s Degree another post-graduate qualification and/or 15 years’ experience in one of the above fields will be considered.
  • A minimum of seven (7) years’ experience in a utility regulatory operation including four (4) years at a middle or senior management level.
  • The Office will also consider a minimum of seven (7) years’ progressive experience in the Oil & Gas sector, related consulting field, or other related industry.
  • A minimum of four (4) years’ financial and people management experience at the senior management level.
  • Three (3) years’ experience of working at the interface between government and private sector business, whether from the public sector side or from the private sector side would be advantageous.
  • A sound understanding of Oil & Gas regulatory operations and technologies, consumer demand for services as well as trends in their development.


All applications must include the following:

(1) a cover letter,

(2) curriculum vitae,

(3) application form,

(4) two professional character references.

Applicants without the above documents will not be considered.

Only Candidates for interview will be contacted.

A detailed job description, application form and application notes are available online at:

A resume, application form and cover letter should be sent to:

Submit application form together with your resume as ONE PDF.

Application Closing Date: midnight 21st October 2020