This is a summary of the conditions of employment for the PSO employees.

To be eligible to apply for a job with the PSO you need to be a Solomon Islands citizen without a prior criminal record.

Terms and conditions of employment

PSO employees are employed under the Public Service Act (Cap 92) and are therefore, public officers. PSO officers are subject to the Leadership Code set out in Chapter VIII of the Constitution and are bound by the Legal Practitioners (Professional Conduct) Rules 1995.

Our legal staff are also subject to the Public Service’s General Orders and the Public Service's Code of Conduct, Financial Instructions and Stores Instructions which form the code that regulates the conditions of service of Public Officers and contains instructions for the conduct of public business and other matters.

The disciplinary process outlined in the Solomon Islands Government’s Guide for Office Managers and Public Service Regulations also applies to the PSO’s legal staff.

Conditions specific to individual employees are set-out in the offer of employment.

Employee entitlements and benefits

In addition to statutory entitlements, the PSO provides a range of benefits to its employees including, but not limited to:

  • Housing benefits
  • Travelling expenses entitlements
  • Annual leaves
  • Compassionate and sick leaves
  • Maternity leaves
  • Professional development benefits