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CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER
The Corporate Communications Manager reports to the Divisional Manager -- Corporate Services
and is responsible for the development, implementation and management of all media, mass
communication and public relations strategies, activities and programs for the Company.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Develops and implements a Communications Policy and Plan to effectively communicate the
work of the EMBD to its stakeholders.
2. Required to assist in the design and implementation of innovative and effective communication
methodologies and systems, designed to promote and protect the image and interests of the
3. Prepares all news releases, official statements and media advisories for timely dispatch to the
print and electronic media.
4. Conceptualises and manages the production of all promotional programs for the print and
electronic media including television features, print advertisements and brochures.
5. Coordinates press conferences and photo opportunities.
6. Manages all inquiries by the media including inquiries on the Company's activities and decisions.
7. Assists with the management of the Company's website to ensure that information is
8. Coordinates meetings with interest groups, including business entities and selected publics.
9. Interacts with the Company stakeholders to effectively communicate the Company's desired
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Excellent communication skills.
Good interpersonal skills.
Ability to work within timelines and prioritise work.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
Holder of a Bachelor's Degree in Mass Communication, Marketing or Public Relations.
At least 5 years' experience at a senior level in the disciplines of Corporate Communication or
Past supervisory experience shall be an asset.
Any suitable combination of experience and qualifications shall be considered.
R sum s should be sent to:
The Chief Executive Officer
Estate Management & Business Development Company Ltd. (EMBDC Ltd.)
P.O. Box 7401
Cunupia Post Office or firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing Date: August 29th, 2014
ONLY SUITABLE APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACKNOWLEDGED
T&T s Men s Under-17 team will be
seeking a second straight win and a
comfortable lead in the Caribbean
Football Union (CFU) Group Two
qualification round, today, when it
faces Curacao, in St Lucia, from 6 pm.
Today s match follows the 2-0 win
Shawn Cooper s T&T team secured in
the opening match on Wednesday.
Tekay Hoyce and Dareem Daniel scored
on either side of the half to down
Grenada 2-0. T&T s final group match
will take place on Sunday against the
host nation, St Lucia, from 8 pm. In
the other Group Two match on
Wednesday, St Lucia eased to a 4-2
victory, over Curacao.
At the end of the round-robin series,
the group winner along with the top
two second placed teams from all four
preliminary groups will advance to the
CFU final round competition to be held
in Haiti in September 26 to October 3.
Already through to the final round
in Haiti are the host, Martinique, Cuba
and Barbados with the yet to be deter-
mined Group One (Cayman Islands,
Jamaica, Guadeloupe, US Virgin Islands)
winner which also get going today in
The winner of Group Two in St Lucia
and the two best runner-ups from the
groups will also booked places in the
CFU finals, from which five teams will
qualify to the 2015 Concacaf Under-17
Championship carded for Honduras
from February 27 to March 14. From
the Concacaf tournament four teams
will advance to the Fifa Under-17 World
Cup Chile 2015.
The T&T Under-17 national team during a training session
T&T U-17s open with
win over Grenada
...Tackle Curacao today
Goalkeepers: Enrique Changiah (W Connection), Levi Fernandez (Civic Centre)
Defenders: Isaiah Garcia (W Connection), Matthaeus Granger (St Ann's Rangers),
Kendell Charles (San Juan Jabloteh), Kierron Mason (W Connection), Keston Julien
(W Connection), Shirwin Noel (W Connection), Tekay Hoyce (St Ann's Rangers),
Travell Edwards (St Ann's Rangers).
Midfielders: Kareem Riley (W Connection), John-Paul Rochford (FC Santa Rosa),
Shakhun Hanley (San Juan Jabloteh), Jesse Joseph (San Juan Jabloteh), Shakeem
Patrick (St Ann's Rangers), Nate Brooks (W Connection), Shobal Celestine (W
Forward: Dareem Daniel (San Juan Jabloteh), Anthony Herbert (W Connection),
Jeankeon Alexander (San Juan Jabloteh)
Technical staff: Shawn Cooper (coach), Christopher Gouveia (manager), Gilbert
Bateau (trainer), Phillip Dore (sports therapist), Devin Elcock (equipment manager)
T&T UNDER-17 TEAM
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