Caymanians performing in senior jobs at residence affairs

Caymanians acting in senior jobs at home affairs


Acting Deputy COs Lisa Malice and Julian Lewis with Acting CO Michael Ebanks (centre)

(CNS): Two Caymanian senior civil servants have been appointed as acting deputy chief officers in the home affairs ministry, which officials say is part of the succession plan to see local public sector employees move on to the top jobs. Lisa Malice and Julian Lewis were appointed to the new posts after a “rigorous and competitive selection process”. Malice was head of the Department of Community Rehabilitation while Lewis was running the Department of Public Safety Communications, which includes the 911 call centre.

“In their new roles with the ministry, they will now lead the pursuit of government’s policies and priorities across all six MHA departments,” said Home Affairs Acting Chief Officer Michael Ebanks. “It’s an absolute privilege to be working alongside such talented public service professionals. I have full confidence in the ability of Mrs Malice and Mr Lewis to…