Launch your career in Cayman!

Have you ever thought about changing where you live and work? How about working on a beautiful Caribbean island where there are no lockdowns or masks? As January ends it is time to launch your career in Cayman.

What is it like working in Grand Cayman?

“Never in my wildest dreams, did I think I would be living and working in the Caribbean. Sometimes I wake up and pinch myself. My commute to work consists of driving alongside the turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea leading me to the Invenio Global headquarters in George Town – in around 7 minutes flat. It is a truly surreal experience.

It is so typical to hear this about working and living in Cayman. Cayman is safe, technically advanced, has beautiful weather, a great lifestyle, as well an abundance of quality companies to work for across a variety of sectors including legal, financial, tech, and hospitality.

Close your eyes and just imagine the Caribbean life… Work during the week, sundowners after work, then it is weekends on the water, beach yoga, boat trips galore, and diving in our world-renowned warm turquoise waters.

Rum Point, Grand Cayman

That sounds great, but where are the Cayman Islands?

The Cayman Islands is in the Caribbean Sea about 450 miles south of Miami and 272 miles northwest of Jamaica.

It is made up of three islands; Grand Cayman, Little Cayman, and Cayman Brac. The largest of three islands is Grand Cayman and this is where the financial center is based, split across George Town (the capital) and Camana Bay, a new cosmopolitan town in the heart of Seven Mile Beach.

George Town, Grand Cayman

A leading financial center? These are islands in the Caribbean.

Yes, the Cayman Islands is a top international banking center and is the only offshore international financial center to possess the world’s leading domicile for offshore funds, one of the world’s largest captive insurance centers, and a world leader in structured finance.

Wow. I know.

Most importantly from a job perspective, it is also home to some of the largest and most prestigious offshore law and accountancy firms in the world, so the quality of work on offer is rivaled by few other offshore jurisdictions.

What type of jobs are there?

Even though Cayman is a leading financial center, there are many jobs available including lawyers, accountants, software developers, and hotel front desk staff, so it really depends on what you are looking for.

Restrictions are in place for non-Caymanians living and working in Cayman and work permits are required for many roles. Invenio Global is constantly placing both Caymanians and non-Caymanians across a variety of industries and has the expertise and knowledge of Cayman’s immigration system to help you get the career you want.

How can you help me launch my career in Cayman?

Working in Cayman is a dream come true from a personal perspective. By working for a leading recruitment agency that specialises in international candidate search and placement, I am able to help create this dream for others too.

There are many recruitment agencies all over the world, but I can truly say that I love how Invenio Global goes the extra mile. We genuinely care and we are not about just making as many placements as possible. We make sure the candidates are in the right headspace for their potential move and help them progress in their career to a position that is ideal for them.

We focus predominately on offshore financial and legal services as well as other industries including IT, construction, compliance, hospitality, and are constantly listing all the roles we have in Cayman (and globally) on our jobs portal, as well as on our LinkedIn page.

However, if there isn’t a job listed for you then please do get in touch here and upload your resume here. We love to discuss your career plans and how we can help.


Invenio Global is here to help you at every stage of your journey. You can learn more about Invenio Global here and what we do here.

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