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Job Seekers

The NWDA assists Caymanian job seekers with employment-related services including registration, application and training for job postings.


The NWDA connects employers to qualified Caymanians through job postings and employment initiatives.

Career Assessment Centre

Identifies your strengths, suggests possible careers & provides e-learning modules to build your skills.

Career Counselling

Professional career counsellors provide one-on-one sessions to assist job seekers understand the various job opportunities in the Cayman Islands.

Skills & Training

The NWDA provides training to develop a variety of specific skills and personal development training to enhance employability.

Job Listings

We maintain a database of current vacancies and can help find the right job for you.

Online Job Interface

13th March 2014, 10:13am Press Release

The National Workforce Development Agency (NWDA) and Immigration Department Collaborate on online Job Interface for employers and job seekers.

P2S Prepares Young Caymanians for Employment

3rd December 2013, 12:38pm
Press Release

Unemployed Caymanians to Receive Tickets

20th November 2013, 12:59pm
Press Release

Contact Us

National Workforce Development Agency
2nd Floor, Midtown Plaza
273 Elgin Avenue
George Town, Grand Cayman
P: (345) 945-3114 | Cayman Brac: (345) 948-0626

Freedom of Information

As a Public Authority, the National Workforce Development Agency complies with the Freedom of Information Law, 2007.

The function of the National Workforce Development Agency is to assist applicants with employment-related services necessary to secure and maintain acceptable employment.

Employment Services

The NWDA Employment Services Unit assists job seekers at every level of the employment process; from registration, review of resumes, career guidance, identifying suitable job prospects and providing referrals to prospective employers.

Research & Statistics

The NWDA maintains a current database of registrants and opportunities while working closely with the Economic and Statistics Office to determine employment and industry trends, unemployment statistics and identify and anticipate service demands.

Training and Development

The NWDA provides professional training for job seekers to prepare them for work readiness; from communication, business conduct, workplace etiquette and customer service, to career and employment counselling.