CIAA welcomes new employees

| 14/09/2017
CNS Local Life

New CIAA employees (L-R) Nathaniel DaCosta, Daysi Nicole Martin, Norman Carter, James Christian, Jordanna Tibbetts and Jarel McCoy

(CNS Local Life): The Cayman Islands Airports Authority (CIAA), which owns and operates Owen Roberts International Airport (ORIA) on Grand Cayman and Charles Kirkconnell International Airport (CKIA) on Cayman Brac, recently added six newly recruited young Caymanians as staff at the airports: James Christian, Jarel McCoy, Norman Carter, Jordanna Tibbetts, Nathaniel DaCosta and Daysi Nicole Martin.

Christian starts as an airport security officer intern at ORIA, stated a CIAA press release. A recent graduate from Layman E. Scott High School, he also earned an online certificate in mathematical thinking from Stanford University and has previously interned at Cayman Islands Fire Service, Cayman Islands Customs and the Public Works Department.

In Cayman Brac, McCoy, Carter and Tibbetts join the CIAA as airport security officers at CKIA. The CIAA also welcomed DaCosta and Martin, who start as air traffic control officer trainees.

A graduate of John Gray High School, McCoy previously worked in the watersports, construction and sales industries. He enjoys demonstrating good customer service skills and working as a team.

A Cayman Brac High School graduate, Carter attended St Pete College in Florida. He has many years of experience in the telecommunications field with extensive knowledge of communication systems and IT-based operating systems.

Tibbetts, who graduated from Layman E. Scott High School, attends the University College of the Cayman Islands (UCCI) in Cayman Brac where she is studying toward an associate’s degree in business studies. Tibbetts was previously employed at Logic as an administrative assistant/customer service agent and has working knowledge of aviation and security procedures.

DaCosta, an honours graduate student of Cayman Brac High School, attended Miami Dade Community College where he partially completed a certificate programme in architecture design. His work experience includes being a teacher’s aide in Cayman Brac’s junior schools and various internships at District Administration and the Public Works Department.

Martin graduated Clifton Hunter High School and attends UCCI where she’s studying toward an associate’s degree in business administration. She comes to the CIAA with an aviation background, as she was previously employed as a flight attendant for Cayman Airways.


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  1. Anonymous says:

    Congratulations to all.