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Title Department District Minimum Salary Maximum salary Close Date
ACCOUNTANT II DEPARTMENT OF LABOR St. Croix $31,100 $35,733 09/30/2014 - 08:45
PERSONNEL RELATIONS ADMINISTRATOR DEPARTMENT OF LABOR St. Croix $51,437 $55,100 09/30/2014 - 08:45
OSHA INDUSTRAIL HYGIENE TECHNOLOGIST DEPARTMENT OF LABOR St. Croix $42,403 $52,124 09/30/2014 - 08:30
ACCOUNTANT II DEPARTMENT OF LABOR St. Croix $31,100 $34,112 09/30/2014 - 08:30
MENTAL HEALTH COORDINATOR BUREAU OF CORRECTIONS St. Croix $42,403 $45,423 09/30/2014 - 11:15
VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION COUNSELOR I HUMAN SERVICES St. Croix $33,176 $36,643 09/26/2014 - 06:30
ELIGIBILITY SPECIALIST I HUMAN SERVICES St. Croix $24,460 $26,522 09/22/2014 - 06:30
EMERGENCY CALL CENTER OPERATOR V.I.T.E.M.A. St. Thomas $28,747 $28,747 09/23/2014 - 08:45

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Thank you for your interest in working for the Government of the Virgin Islands. Please download a copy of our Employment Application. If you are currently employed by the government and wish to request a transfer or promotion, download the Transfer Promotional Form (5086). You must send it to the office in the district where the position is located.

If you prefer, you also may visit the district Division of Personnel office where the position is located. There you can speak with one of our friendly personnel analysts about the vacancy.​

Most positions within the government exist in the classified service and fall within the personnel merit system. A collective bargaining agreement covers most government employees and negotiated pay plans determine their wages.

Additional benefits for government employees include:

  • ​​​​20-25 paid holidays;
  • 13 days of sick leave earned each year, with an unlimited carryover amount;
  • 4 hours, 6 hours or 8 hours of earned annual leave each pay-period (depending on years of service) with 480 hours eligible to be carried from one year to the next;
  • Life, supplemental life, medical and dental insurance; and
  • a retirement system into which the employee becomes vested after 10 years of service. Retirement is possible at age 50 or after 30 years of service regardless of age.

     

    Pay Plans

    Pay plans determine how an employee will be paid. Pay Plan codes signify the type of position an employee has, as well as the type of work the employee conducts. In return, the employee is paid accordingly. Below is a listing of the most current negotiated Pay Plans for the various bargaining units in the Executive Branch.