HSA Careers

Making a difference every day

Let's change healthcare in the Cayman Islands together.

For more than 50 years, the Health Services Authority (HSA) has been the pacesetter for healthcare and clinical innovations in these islands and we continue to lead the transformation in healthcare to meet the changing needs of our growing community.

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Why HSA?

Exceptional people with an extraordinary purpose

Cayman Islands Health Services Authority (HSA), the country’s principal healthcare facility, offers the most comprehensive range of inpatient, outpatient and public health services at nine locations on all three islands.


  • Full health coverage for you and your dependents
  • Full 12% pension contribution
  • Annual education leave allowance
  • Paid annual leave
  • Possibility for flexible hours
  • Potential for upward mobility
  • Work with colleagues from around the world
  • Wellness, rewards & recognition programmes
  • Training opportunities
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Careers in Healthcare at HSA

HSA is one of the most diverse organisations in Cayman offering over 200 different types of positions.

Medical Education

Internship Opportunities

The Cayman Islands Health Services Authority offers exceptional learning experiences for all health professions, from student opportunities to specialized residencies and fellowships to continuing professional development.

Medical Internship Programme

Candidates must satisfy the requirements for provisional registration as outlined in the Cayman Islands Law and regulations.

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Summer Student Internship Programme

The Health Services Authority Summer Student Internship Programme offers a unique internship opportunity to current college/university level and high school students who express keen interest in pursuing a career within the Healthcare field.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How can I apply?

Incomplete applications will not be considered.

All applicants must submit an HSA Application Form (view form) via e-mail to hsa.jobs@hsa.ky.

How do you shortlist candidates?

The job description outlines the main responsibilities and duties of the post, as well as the knowledge, skills, abilities, experience and qualifications that you require to fulfill these duties. When we shortlist, we look at the match between the requirements for the position as described in the job description and the information provided in your application form.

What documents do I need to apply?

If you are successful in your application, you will be required to provide relevant evidence of your immigration status prior to your appointment. Relevant evidence includes original or certified copies of the following:

  • For all persons: your birth certificate
  • For Caymanians:
    • For persons born in the Cayman Islands prior to March 27, 1977: birth certificate
    • For persons born in the Cayman Islands after March 27, 1977: birth certificate and proof that at least one parent is Caymanian
    • For Status Holders: Caymanian Status Certificate
  • For Permanent Residents: A Permanent Residency Certificate
  • For Persons married to a Caymanian: An Residential Employment Rights Certificate
  • For Student: Student visa approval letter or passport endorsement
  • For Visitor: visitor’s endorsement in passport
  • For Work Permit Holder (WPH): Current Work Permit letter, ID Card number or passport endorsement
  • Dependant of WPH: endorsement in passport or letter/work permit license from the Cayman Islands Immigration Department, naming individual as a dependent
  • Dependant of Government Employee: a copy of the Employees contract outlining dependancy
How can I set myself apart?

Personal Statement:

  • This is the most important part of the form and is your opportunity to show us how you meet the requirements for the post you are applying for, i.e. how your skills, knowledge and experience match those we require and how they will enable you to successfully do the job
  • You can use the criteria in the job description as headings and give examples of your experience and skills under each heading
  • You can use skills you have gained from community and voluntary work, leisure interests and your home life, as well as those from your past and present employment
  • Use clearly labeled continuation pages if required
  • Check you have demonstrated how you meet all the essential requirements of the post. The short-listing panel cannot guess or make assumptions about your work experience.

Remember that we use the requirements stated in the job description to shortlist-if you do not therefore clearly demonstrate how you meet these requirements, it is unlikely that you will be short-listed for interview.

How and when do you contact references?

We will contact your referees prior to interview unless you have ticked the boxes on the application form indicating that we should not do so. References will not be used as part of the interview process but will be taken into account if you are offered the post. We must receive two satisfactory references for you before we can formally offer you the post.

How do you handle confidentiality?

The information you provide in your job application form will be treated confidentially at all times and will only be disclosed to personnel involved in the recruitment process. Recruitment decisions will be in accordance with the requirements in the Health Services Authority Human Resources management and Policies and procedures manual along with the Labour Law (2011). If you accept a post, your personal information will be held for purposes relating to your Employment Agreement.

By signing this application you authorize representatives of the Health Services Authority Human Resources Department to collect and/or verify any information that is relevant in support of your application.