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Relevant combinations of qualifications and experience will be considered.
Interested applicants need apply by the 13th December, 2014 to: email@example.com or
The Manager Human Resources
Trinidad and Tobago Civil Aviation Authority
P.O. Box 2163, National Mail Centre
Golden Grove Road
This incumbent is required to develop, prepare, print and publish Civil Aviation documents on behalf of
the Authority for the Aviation Community such as manuals, advisory circulars, forms, bulletins,
newsletters, and directives and other related aviation publications as well as associated clerical duties.
Coordinate with the Manager Regulations and Compliance, in the preparation of draft Civil Aviation
Coordinate with the relev
Advisory Circulars (TACs) for use by Inspectors of the Authority in Safety Oversight of operators in the
in Aviation Industry.
Coordinate with relevant Managers, in developing, constructing and amending templates and forms for
presentation of Aviation Safety Information for use by the Inspectors of the Authority and operators in
the Aviation Industry.
Maintain secure records of documents produced to ensure continued integrity of information.
Coordinate production of documentation in print and electronic formats for the Technical
Library to ensure continued integrity and accuracy of distributed material.
Provide inspectors with pertinent guidance bulletins and advisory circulars.
Make recommendations on processes and procedures to achieve higher levels of quality and efficiency.
Provide assistance in research in preparation of Technical Documents by the Inspectorate.
QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE:
1st Degree in Social Sciences, Certificates in MS Office, Word & Excel at the intermediate level.
Experience in formulating manuals and other publications.
Experience and training in office procedures.
Excellent communications skills-oral and written.
Knowledge of ICAO documentation would be an asset.
The Trinidad and Tobago Civil Aviation Authority (TTCAA) is mandated to regulate and administer a safe civil
aviation system whilst ensuring that Trinidad and Tobago properly discharges its obligations under international
civil aviation agreements and treaties. The TTCAA is seeking to recruit suitably qualified persons to the
TRINIDAD & TOBAGO CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY
of #165 Bonne Aventure Road Happy Hill,
Gasparillo died on November 21st, 2014 at
the age of 100.
She was the wife of the late Mc Donald Hills. Daughter
of the late Ovid and Albertina Hilaire. Mother of Mc
Donald Jr. (DJ Sookoonoo), Gregory, Patricia (Earl) and
the late Donalene (Joseph). Grand Mother of Denise
(Anthony), Dominic (Karyn), Jason (Lorez), Jillian,
Jenearl, Jaylene, Earl John, Jewel. Great grandmother
of Nya, Andrew, Jae and Khloe. Sister of the late
Chandos Hilaire. Sister-in-law of the late Victoria
Hilaire. Aunt of Mervyn, Randolph, Hyacinth, Lena,
Lorna, Franklin, Nell, Marva and Anslem. God Mother of
Vivian Patrick, Madonna, Sinnanan, Rhonda, Mary
Marshall and others. Relative of the Hills, Hillaire,
Neptune, Jeffery, Alexander, Bernard, Dickson,
Alphonso and Thompson families. Friend of Nathali,
Kai-Ann of Barbados, Alva and Angus of Grenada.
The funeral service of the late FAUSTINA HILLS will
take place on Thursday 27th November, 2014 at 1:00
p.m. at Sacred Heart R. C. Church, Caratal Rd.
Gasparillo, followed by burial at the Churchyard
Enquiries can be made at J. E. Guide Funeral
Home Ltd. 120 Coffee Street, San Fernando
652-4261 or 657-5465.
BELFAST---Fifa secretary general Jerome
Valcke acknowledged yesterday that it will
take "years to rebuild our reputation" fol-
lowing the World Cup bidding corruption
But Valcke insisted that Sony and Emi-
rates airline are not ending their Fifa spon-
sorships to protest against allegations of
bribery and favor-seeking that have engulfed
world football in the four years since Russia
was awarded the 2018 World Cup and Qatar
was voted the 2022 hosts.
Emirates has already announced it is not
renewing its sponsorship and Valcke said
he "would be surprised" if Sony extended
its deal, which expires at the end of this
"Both Sony and Emirates have nothing
to do with the situation we are facing these
last days," Valcke said, referring to the fallout
from the bidding corruption report compiled
by prosecutor Michael Garcia.
"I know that football is still a very strong
product and I am not really concerned with
Fifa s finances for the future."
But, speaking in Belfast after a meeting
of the International Football Association
Board, Valcke acknowledged the immediate
future is not bright for Fifa s global standing
while insisting "we are doing a great job."
"The image of Fifa is something I agree,
over the last two weeks I would not say
reached the bottom, but has reached a level
which is definitely a level which we will
not go lower than," Valcke said.
"Things are happening, things have hap-
pened, but we are still doing a lot of good
things. We have to rebuild this image day
after day. It s easy to destroy the reputation.
It takes one second. It takes years to rebuild
our reputation, but that s what we will do."
Fifa has been criticised by some of its
own executive members for keeping Garcia s full
430-page report into impropriety during the bid
Valcke, Fifa s top administrator, said the report
must stay secret to "mainly to protect 75 persons
who have made a deposition and were given con-
fidentiality" including himself.
The sense of disarray at Fifa heightened when
Garcia objected to ethics judge Joachim Eckert s
interpretation of his investigative work, appealing
to Fifa citing "numerous materially incomplete and
erroneous representations" of his work.
"It s said it s a bit Fifa vs Fifa," Valcke said. "It s
sad for Fifa definitely, and it s sad for our reputation
and for the image. It s sad for commercial partners,
it s sad for all the people who are supporting foot-
The Garcia-Eckert clash has led to Domenico
Scala, the head of Fifa s auditing committee, being
allowed to review the full investigation findings.
"I hope deeply the decision would be that this
bidding process on 18 and 22 is closed," Valcke
But Switzerland s attorney general is looking into
possible law-breaking by unnamed individuals high-
lighted in Garcia s investigation. (AP)
Valcke: Fifa faces 'years' to rebuild reputation
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