We are looking for a

Legal Services Policy Officer (Senior)

Join our Legal Services team and contribute to the financial stability of Aruba


  • Provide advice on legal matters
  • Process applications for foreign exchange licenses and dividend declarations
  • Draft legislative proposals on relevant areas the CBA is entrusted with
  • Provide legal support with regard to court cases


  • Master’s degree in Law, having affinity with financial and economic matters
  • Experience in the law field
  • Knowledge of the laws and regulations applicable to the CBA
  • High degree of professional ethics, integrity and ownership


  • Effective interpersonal and communication skills
  • Excellent analytical and advisory skills
  • Able to manage large workloads with tight deadlines
  • Solution- and result-oriented
  • Able to work well within a team and individually

Interested and need additional information?

Please contact Mrs. Ginny Croes-Fleming, Manager Legal Services, via tel. +297 525-2150 or email [email protected]

Interviews, assessment, pre-employment screening, as well as a medical test form part of the hiring process.

Over Centrale Bank van Aruba (CBA)

The Centrale Bank van Aruba (the CBA) started its operations on January 1, 1986, when Aruba obtained its status as an autonomous country within the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Prior to this period, Aruba formed part of the Netherlands Antilles.

We are a legal entity in itself (sui generis) with an autonomous position within Aruba's public sector. With the inception of the CBA, the Aruban florin was brought into circulation, pegged to the U.S. dollar at a rate of Afl. 1.79 = US$ 1.00. This exchange rate has remained unchanged since then.

Our principal tasks are to maintain the internal and external value of the florin and to promote the soundness and integrity of the financial system, accomplished by motivated and qualified employees, for the general benefit and well-being of the people of Aruba.