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Press Release From Independent Source - a BVI Job Search Website, Connecting Job seekers & Employers

Rekeema S. Turnbull, Managing Director of Hire BVI. Photo: Provided
Hire BVI's flier. Photo: Provided
Hire BVI's flier. Photo: Provided
A screenshot of the website. Photo: Provided
A screenshot of the website. Photo: Provided
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI - is a locally owned and operated BVI employment/job search website that recently launched in September 2015. The sole purpose of the website is to connect job seekers to employment opportunities within the British Virgin Islands. does not actively recruit applicants nor conduct interviews, instead the website posts local job advertisements. is accepted and recognised by Labour Department, Virgin Islands Government.

HireBVI's Managing Director, Ms Rekeema Turnbull, MBA, CCM noted, "We identfied the need for this service type within the BVI. Most times job seekers are job hunting or employers are recruiting/hiring but neither know where to begin. was birthed to connect both job seekers and employers/recruiters. Labour Department recognises the website. This means that job advertisements posted via will satisfy the work permit procedure." provides services to job seekers and employers/recruiters.

Job Seekers

Job Hunting: When job hunting, is the website to browse. The employment website has available local jobs that job seekers can apply for. Once the job seeker applies and the employer deems him/her a fit, the employer will make contact accordingly. View!all-job-opportunities/c20ne for more details .

Upload Resume/CV: Alternatively, if the job seeker does not find a job that inerests them on, he/she may upload his/her resume/CV for free. The document is placed into a secured database and only employers can view. This is another way that job seekers can be connected with employers/recruiters. View!upload-resume-cv/c1tj3 for more details.

Employers/Recruiters offers job advertisement packages for as low as $20 for 14 days. The packages has many benefits and are affordable. Some packages allows the applicants to apply for the job vacancies through, while others allow the employer/recruiter to browse the resume/CV database. Regardless of the job type - full time/part-time, has the package to satisfy the job advertisement requirements. View!employers-site/c6ni for more detais.

For more information about, visit the website; email at; call at 284-442-HIRE/4473 or get social at

8 Responses to “ - a BVI Job Search Website, Connecting Job seekers & Employers”

  • College Student (05/12/2015, 16:00) Like (1) Dislike (1) Reply
    is this site going help me find a work or what?
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    So if I post a job on your web page, in the eyes of Labour it is acceptable?!? I resently asked this question to the Labour Department and they said only newspaper adverts are accepted for work permits..... Interesting right?
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    does this site helps find a job help me in anyway?
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    I am a foreigner. Can I get a work permit in the BVI after my arrival there and how much is the cost?

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