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Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Wednesday, December 17, 2014
The public is hereby notified
that BISHOP ANSTEY HIGH
SCHOOL & TRINITY
COLLEGE EAST (BATCE)
proposes to apply to
(EMA) for a variation in
accordance with the Noise
Pollution Control Rules
2001 for the Event/Activity
Date of Event/Activity:
Saturday 17th January, 2015
Name and Description of
1 College Avenue, Trincity
8.00 p.m to 4.00 a.m
The Public is invited to
submit comments within
5 working days of the
publication of this Notice
to the EMA.
Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons to fill the position of Manager, Nursing Services at the
North-Central Regional Health Authority (NCRHA).
MANAGER, NURSING SERVICES
The Manager, Nursing Services is responsible for the administration of an integrated program of nursing services
in a large hospital within a quality framework so as to ensure the highest level of client satisfaction.
Develops an operational plan for nursing.
Conducts needs assessment for training and material resources.
Influences the Staff Development Unit to coordinate programmes to update skills and competencies of staff.
Participates in planned orientations for new employees on entry to the hospital.
Reviews work schedules/rosters weekly and ensures proper senior coverage of the hospitals during evening/
night shifts and public holidays/weekends.
Conducts daily meetings with Nurse Managers.
Prepares monthly newsletters to the Nursing Manager regarding nursing actions.
Conducts quality meetings with senior nurses to address questions and updates with information.
Receives and collates monthly reports from the Nurse Managers on ward issues.
Prepares and submits monthly, quarterly and yearly reports to the organisational relationships.
Develops and presents annual budgets for the overall Nursing span of control.
Attends and participates in planned meetings on critical issues with the other line mangers and the Executive
Counsels, coaches, mentors and disciplines staff.
Participates in the selection of personnel for nursing training.
Attends continuing education programmes and engages nursing personnel in professional growth and development.
Maintains registration with the Nursing Council and maintains a record of same for all nursing employees annually.
Evaluates the performance of all Nurse Managers and ensures that the same is done for all other nursing employees.
Facilitates all nursing students from training institution to achieve their learning objectives while in a clinical setting.
Assists nursing with their chosen career path.
Coordinates nursing services to meet national needs and internal expansion of services.
Reads policy drafts and papers and makes comments.
Maintains a yearly vacation plan of each service unit.
Investigates and manages complaints.
Visits warded patients to assess client satisfaction and quality of patient care by nursing staff.
Performs other related duties as directed by the appropriate organisational relationship.
Minimum Requirements and Experience:
Bachelor Degree in Management or Public Administration.
Any post-basic training will be an asset.
Minimum of five (5) years experience in a supervisory position in the nursing environment.
Current licensure with the Nursing Council of Trinidad and Tobago.
Certificates acquired at foreign universities MUST be supported by certified transcripts as well as evidence that
the completed programme is accredited in Trinidad and Tobago.
Applications must be submitted along with Curriculum Vitae by December 31, 2014 to:
Office of the Chief Executive Officer
North-Central Regional Health Authority
Building # 39, Third Floor
Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex
UNSUITABLE/LATE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACKNOWLEDGED.
MADRID---Fiba says Spain will host the 2018
Women's Basketball World Cup.
Israel was the other country to make the
shortlist of bids.
Spain hosted the men's World Cup last
Spain has one of the best women's teams
in the world. It won the European champi-
onship in 2013, and was runner-up in this
year's world championship.
Fiba says on its website that Spain "has
past experience of hosting a leading Fiba world
Cleveland Cavaliers' LeBron James (23) drives past Charlotte Hornets' Michael
Kidd-Gilchrist in the first quarter of an NBA basketball game Monday night in
Cleveland. Cavaliers won 97-88. AP PHOTO
scored 27 points with 13 assists,
and Kevin Love added 22 points
and 18 rebounds, as the Cleveland
Cavaliers defeated the Charlotte
Hornets 97-88 on Monday night.
The Cavaliers jumped to a 21-
0 lead, but the Hornets regrouped
and got within two points early
in the third quarter before the
Cavaliers pulled away.
The Cavaliers ended the third
on a 21-9 run. Kyrie Irving scored
16 points for the Cavaliers, who
were coming off consecutive road
losses to Oklahoma City and New
Orleans after winning eight in a
Kemba Walker led Charlotte
with 24 points while Al Jefferson
Boston's Kelly Olynyk scored a
career-high 30 points to lead the
Celtics to a 105-87 victory over
the Philadelphia 76ers.
Avery Bradley had 15 points,
and Brandon Bass and Jeff Green
added 14 each for Boston (8-14),
which ended a three-game losing
Rookie Nerlens Noel had a
career-high 19 points for the 76ers
(2-22), who dropped to 0-13 at
home this season. Philadelphia
moved closer to the NBA mark
for worst home start to a season,
set in the 1993-94 season when
the Mavericks began 0-19.
The Toronto Raptors downed
the Orlando Magic 95-82 after
Lou Williams scored 18 points and
Kyle Lowry had 17.
Amir Johnson scored 11 points
and Patrick Patterson had 10 for
the Raptors, who improved to 11-
1 this season against opponents
with losing records. This was
Toronto's third of six straight
games against teams below .500.
Tobias Harris scored 18 points,
Ben Gordon had 16, Nikola Vuce-
vic had 13 and Victor Oladipo 12
for the Magic.
At Indianapolis, Rodney Stuckey
scored 20 points and grabbed 10
rebounds to lead the Indiana Pac-
ers over the Los Angeles Lakers
Los Angeles shot 33 percent
from the floor and trailed by 39
points during the game.
Atlanta's Al Horford scored 21
points, including a huge jump shot
with just under a minute remain-
ing, as the Hawks won for the
10th time in 11 games with a 93-
86 victory over the Chicago Bulls,
while Khris Middleton hit a 3-
pointer at the buzzer to lead the
Milwaukee Bucks past the Phoenix
Damian Lillard had 23 points
and a career-high 10 rebounds as
the Portland Trail Blazers downed
the short-handed San Antonio
Spurs 108-95, and the Clippers'
Blake Griffin scored 18 points and
DeAndre Jordan had 16 points and
15 rebounds as Los Angeles
breezed over the Detroit Pistons
Spain to host
Bball World Cup
James, Love lead Cavs over Hornets 97-88
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