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Interested individuals should
address their application to:
Head, Human Resources
56-60 St. Vincent Street
Port of Spain
Closing date for receipt of
Friday 30th January, 2015.
Only shortlisted applicants
will be contacted.
The Head Legal Services is required to ensure that the legal statutory and other provisions
governing or affecting the operations of NIPDEC are observed, as well as providing advocacy,
advice and support to the Company. The incumbent will also serve as a member of the
executive management team and participate in the formulation, development, implementation
and monitoring of the Company's strategic and operational objectives and plans; prepare
policies for the effective management of the Legal Services department and ensure
implementation and compliance with the established policies and procedures of the Company.
The Head Legal Services will represent the Company at court hearings and tribunals to ensure
that the Company's interests are effectively safeguarded so that it carries out its legal
obligations effectively; negotiate, draft and implement legal documents/agreements relating to
the work of the Company and prepare/review contracts/conveyances and other legal
documents on behalf of the Company.
• A Bachelor of Laws Degree (LLB) and a Legal Education Certificate (LEC)
• Possession of Master of Laws (LLM) will be an asset
• A minimum of ten (10) years' experience as a practicing attorney in the jurisdiction of
Trinidad and Tobago
• A minimum of five (5) years' experience in a supervisory/management position in a legal
environment, preferably in the construction industry
• Extensive knowledge of the laws, regulations and the Companies Act
• Any equivalent combination of qualifications and experience
The National Insurance Property Development Company Limited (NIPDEC) is
one of the leading property development companies in Trinidad and Tobago.
The Company is a professional services organization that provides a range of
property development and project management, procurement/contract
management and other consultancy services utilizing a project management
The Company seeks to fill the following position:
HEAD LEGAL SERVICES
LONDON---Veteran No. 8 Nick Easter was
handed a chance to revive his England career
when he was summoned for the Six Nations
yesterday, three years after his last appearance
was tarnished by a crass dressing-room
The 36-year-old Easter hasn t played for
his country since the tame loss to France in
the 2011 Rugby World Cup quarterfinals, after
which he said it was "35 grand (thousand
pounds) down the toilet"---a reference to the
bonus the players would have picked up for
A comment intended to lighten the mood
following a forgettable campaign in New
Zealand backfired when it was leaked in a
review into England s World Cup debacle,
affecting Easter s reputation and seemingly
reflecting a mercenary approach by the team.
Yet, Easter has defied his age by being one
of the top performers in English domestic
rugby this season with Harlequins, and was
recalled ahead of England s Six Nations opener
against Wales on February 6, benefiting from
a serious leg injury to rival No. 8 Ben Morgan
this month. Easter will likely be backup to
"Particularly with Ben Morgan s injury,
there s a need for specialist No 8s in the squad,"
England coach Stuart Lancaster said. "Nick,
to be fair, has been outstanding and deserves
his opportunity to come in and prove he can
replicate that at international level.
"We have always kept an eye on what he
has been doing."
There was also a recall for gifted flyhalf
Danny Cipriani, who played on the June s tour
to New Zealand---ending a five-year interna-
tional exile---but was dropped again for the
November tests. He is one of four No 10s in
a 34-man training squad, and is likely to be
no higher than third choice.
Cipriani, whose international career never
kicked on after an eye-catching debut in 2008,
was linked with a move to big-spending French
club Toulon if he continued to be ignored by
England, which picks only overseas-based
players in exceptional circumstances.
"I don t see where this last-chance idea
has come from," Lancaster said. "I see Danny
being around for hopefully the next three to
"Selection will come down ultimately not
to previous reputation or what people have
done in the past, it s what they do every week
for their clubs."
ADELAIDE---Juan Jose Lobato Del
Valle came from well back in a
bunch finish to win the second stage
of the Tour Down Under, rising to
second overall behind Australia s
Jack Bobridge yesterday.
The Spaniard appeared to have fall-
en off the pace as riders jostled for
position on the uphill sprint to the
finish of the 150.5-kilometer (94-
mile) stage from Unley in Adelaide s
inner suburbs to Stirling in the Ade-
South Africa s Daryl Impey and
Australia s Nathan Haas forced their
way to the front when Lobato Del
Valle flashed past them to claim the
ninth stage win of his professional
Impey was second, two bike
lengths behind the winner, and Cadel
Evans, the 2011 Tour de France cham-
pion riding in his farewell race, fin-
The six-stage Tour Down Under
is the first event of the 2015 UCI
World Tour, on which Lobato Del
Valle s Movistar team won 34 stages
"It was a very difficult finish for
me but I managed to come through
it towards the end," Lobato Del Valle
said. "It s a good victory for the team.
"We always come here with a great
team. It s important for us to do well."
Wednesday s stage featured a
three-man break involving Australians
Cameron Meyer and Campbell Flake-
more and Belgium s Thomas De
Gendt, who collected time bonuses
on intermediate sprints and opened
a maximum lead of around 3 1/2 min-
But the peloton learned from its
experience in the first stage, which
Bobridge won after joining a four-
rider break which stayed away, and
gave the leading riders less latitude
The leading riders were caught
with 25 kilometers (15 miles) to go,
and a later break by Danilo Wys of
Switzerland and Calvin Watson of
Australia was short-lived.
Impey, riding for Australia s Orica-
GreenEDGE team, led out the final
sprint strongly but could not hold
out Lobato Del Valle.
"Hats off to him. He was just a
little too fast for me in the end," Impey
Movistar manager Jose Juis Arrieta
said it was a morale-boosting win
"We knew that Lobato was climb-
ing well and that he could put up
with the difficulties better than the
other sprinters," he said.
"So we knew we would have a
good chance today.
"We had a puncture with Lobato
of energy to chase back, and we were
not sure going into the final sprint
how he would react."
Cipriani, Easter back
in England squad
for Six Nations
Del Valle pedals to second stage of Tour Down Under
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