Position: Director of Economic Development, Natural Resources and Environment (“Director”)
DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT (“EDNRE”)
Applications are invited from qualified and experienced applicants to the Director of EDNRE position. The Director
provides overall leadership and management of the department operations. The successful applicant is responsible
for the implementation of national strategic priorities aligned with the department portfolio, as well as the
provisions of sound and timely advisory support to the Minister of EDNRE and leaders of Tokelau on matters
pertaining to services under the department.
Key duties and responsibilities;
The Director is responsible for undertaking the following;
The successful applicant will be assessed according to the following criteria;
This is a 3-year fixed term contract position based in Atafu, Tokelau.
Remuneration package based on the Tokelau Public Service Remuneration Framework, qualifications, skills and experience will be negotiated with the successful applicant.
Interested applicants must submit: i) application letter detailing a self-assessment against the criteria listed above; ii) up-to-date CV; and iii) current contact details (including email addresses) of 3 professional referees.
Address and send your application to the address below. All applications MUST be received by 4pm Friday, 29th March 2023. For further information, please contact email below.
Office of the Tokelau Public Service Commission
Attention: Human Resource Manager, National
P.O. Box 3298
Tokelau Apia Liaison Office
Apia, Samoa Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tokelau consists of three small coral atolls that lie between latitudes 8 and 10 degrees South and 171 and 173 degrees West. Atafu, the most northern atoll has a surface area of 3.5km2; Nukunonu, the central atoll is 4.7km2 and Fakaofo, the southern atoll is 4km2. From Atafu in the north to Fakaofo in the south, Tokelau extends for less than 200km and the atolls are 3-5 meters above sea level.
Tokelau's Current Development Strategy