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Reporting to the Executive Director - This job requires the incumbent to plan, direct, coordinate and manage the legal
and related activities and functions of the Agency and to provide support in respect of advice on the policy and content
of Occupational Safety and Health legislation; to provide advocacy, advice and support to other divisions and units of
the Agency through research and other functions as a specialist in employment, industrial relations and Occupational
Safety and Health law particularly.
o A Bachelor of Law Degree (LLB) and a Legal Education Certificate (LEC)
o A minimum of seven (7) years experience as a practicing Attorney in the jurisdiction of Trinidad and Tobago in the
areas of Advocacy, Contracts, Commercial Matters, Civil and Criminal Litigation
o A minimum of two (2) years experience in a Supervisory/Management position in a legal environment.
o Additional training in occupational safety and health, economics, industrial relations, employment law, policy
development or management would be an asset.
o Any other relevant combination of qualifications and experience.
Reporting to the Executive Director - This job requires the incumbent to assist the Executive Director in managing the
overall affairs of the Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Agency, and to manage the Inspectorate via the Chief
o Post Graduate degree in Occupational Safety and Health.
o An undergraduate degree in Engineering, Natural Sciences or a related discipline with sectoral experience would be
o Minimum of eight (8) years relevant executive experience and managerial responsibilities in the field of Occupational
Safety Health, preferably in national Labour inspection or similar function;
o Related experience in administration, programme planning, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation;
o Experience of working with social partners and other OSH stakeholders;
o International Occupational Safety and Health experience will be an asset.
o Any other relevant combination of qualifications and experience would be considered.
Reporting to Communications and Outreach Manager - This job requires the incumbent to be responsible for the
co-ordination and administration of policies, programmes and projects relating to aspects of corporate communications
and events management of the Occupational Safety and Health Authority/Agency.
o A degree from an accredited University in Mass Communications or Public Relations, Marketing or Social Sciences.
o At least five (5) years professional experience in the area of Media Communications, Advertising or Public Relations.
o Computer literate with proficiency in Microsoft Office and knowledge of Desktop Publishing
o Working knowledge of the OSH Act or training in Safety and Health would be an asset.
o Any other relevant combination of education, experience and training will be considered.
Reporting to Research, Planning and Development Manager - This job requires the incumbent to collect, collate analyze
and present data to support the planning and development function of the Agency. The incumbent is also required to
assist the Research, Planning and Development Manager in developing, implementing and evaluating projects.
o Training as evidenced by a BSc. Degree in one of the social sciences.
o Training in Project Management
o Considerable experience in the methods of Social Research
o Any equivalent combination of training and experience.
NEW DELHI---International Cricket Council chair-
man Narainswamy Srinivasan can t seek another
term as president of the Board of Control for Cricket
in India if he continues to have a stake in Indian
Premier League franchise Chennai Super Kings,
India s Supreme Court ruled yesterday.
Srinivasan, who is the managing director of India
Cements company which owns the Chennai team,
had stepped aside as BCCI chief following an earlier
court order but was seeking a re-election in upcoming
The apex court ruled in its 130-page verdict that
"BCCI functions are public functions, amenable to
judicial law" and that "distinctions can t be made
between BCCI and IPL" in regard to conflicts of inter-
est.The court, which had earlier allowed the BCCI to
postpone its elections till January 31 pending an order,
asked the BCCI to hold its elections within six weeks.
The decision was announced following a report
from the apex court s own committee and completion
of arguments between the BCCI and appellant Cricket
Association of Bihar, which had filed the case claiming
a conflict of interest in regard to a spot-fixing probe
against Srinivasan s son-in-law and Chennai team
principal Gurunath Meiyappan.
The court also ordered the formation of a three-
member committee headed by former chief justice
Rajendra Lodha to decide the punishment against
Meiyappan and Rajasthan Royals co-owner Raj Kun-
dra, whom the court found guilty of betting during
the 2013 IPL.
The committee will also suggest reforms and
amendments to BCCI s rules within six months.
The court arrived at the decisions following a probe
led by Justice Mukul Mudgal, which had found
Meiyappan and Kundra guilty of being in contact
with illegal bookmakers.
According to IPL rules, a team can be suspended
if its officials bring the tournament into disrepute.
BCCI and CSK
LONDON---England one-day captain Eoin Morgan
was the target of a recent blackmail attempt relating
to a past relationship with an Australian woman,
the team said yesterday.
The England and Wales Cricket Board said it
received an e-mail from an Australian man demanding
a "five-figure sum" to prevent him providing details
to newspapers regarding a relationship Morgan had
with a woman five years ago. The ECB said the man
was now in a relationship with the woman.
"Following liaison with the Metropolitan Police
(in London), our support team on the ground in Aus-
tralia investigated the blackmail," the ECB said in a
"This involved approaching the man in question
who, when confronted, admitted and apologised for
his actions, blaming jealousy."
The England team and its officials are currently
in Australia ahead of next month s World Cup. England
opens a tri-series featuring Australia and India on
Friday against the host nation in Sydney.
"We will not allow anyone to disrupt our team s
preparation or performance in the tri-series and as
we build up to the World Cup," ECB managing director
Paul Downton said. "I am pleased that this issue has
now been brought to a swift conclusion.
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