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91 Frederick Street Port of Spain.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Notice is hereby given that the Tenth Annual General
Meeting of the Servol Credit Union Cooperative Society
Limited will be held at the Servol Hi-Tech Centre, Caroni
Savannah Road, Chaguanas on Wednesday 25th February,
2015 at 2.30 p.m for the following purposes:
(1) To confirm the minutes of the Ninth Annual General
(2) To receive and consider the Reports of the Board of
Directors, Credit Supervisory and Education
(3) To receive the Audited Accounts for the fiscal period
ended August 31 2014
(4) To declare dividends for the year ended August 31st, 2014.
(5) To elect members of the Board of Directors,
Supervisory and Credit Committees.
(6) To appoint Auditors for the year 2015.
(7) To transact any other business of the Society that is
properly brought before the House.
By Order of the Board of Directors.
Hazel Ann Stewart-Harris (Mrs.)
Are you experienced in the field of Child Care?
The Judiciary of Trinidad and Tobago is in the process of building its organizational capabilities to ensure an accountable court system
where timeliness and efficiency are key hallmarks. In this regard, interested applicants are invited to submit applications for the follow-
ing contract position, in the St. George West Magistrates Court, Port of Spain, (Vacation & After School Centre):
VACATION AND AFTER SCHOOL CO-ORDINATOR
The incumbent reports to the Court Executive Administrator. He/she plans and manages the operations of the day-to day activities of the
Judiciary Vacation and After-School Centre.
Main Duties and Responsibilities
• Plans, organizes and manages activities that stimulate children's physical, emotional and social growth such as games, arts and
crafts, music, storytelling and field trips
• Liaises with the Court Executive Administrator in the development of administrative policies and rules governing the operations
of the Centre
• Responsible for the safety, well being and security of the children at the Centre
• Attends to children's basic needs
• Provides counseling to resolve conflicts and to deal with issues relevant to the children's needs
• Keeps records on individual children including daily observations and information about activities, meals served and medications
• Meets with parents/guardians to discuss matters involving their children's behavior and needs
• Observes and monitors children's activities
• Oversees the older children in their preparation of homework assignments or other activities
• Administers First Aid in cases of minor injury, cuts and bruises; and
• Organizes and participates in recreational activities, such as games and outings
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
• Excellent knowledge and experience in Child Care for children ages three (3) to fifteen (15) years including the physically challenged;
• Knowledge of Childhood Development Programmes;
• Knowledge of the principles and methods associated with teaching young children;
• Excellent negotiation skills;
• Excellent leadership skills;
• Excellent inter-personal skills with children and adults;
• Skill with arts and craft for young children;
• Ability to administer First Aid in cases of minor injury, cuts and bruises;
• Ability to think creatively in the planning of activities and generally caring for children;
• Ability to communicate clearly both orally and in writing; and
• Excellent physical fitness with the ability to perform activities that require considerable use of arms, legs and moving the whole
body such as climbing, lifting, balancing, walking, stooping and handling of materials.
MINIMUM TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE
• A first Degree in Social Sciences;
• A Diploma in Early Childhood Education or Montessori Training;
• A First Aid Certificate; and
• Five (5) years working experience in caring for children including the physically challenged, in an institutional setting
RESUMES INCLUDING COPIES OF RELEVANT ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS AND TWO REFERENCE LETTERS SHOULD BE SENT TO:
(Please indicate the position in the subject of the email)
For details on these positions please visit our website page at
DEADLINE FOR RECEIPT OF APPLICATIONS IS FEBRUARY 15, 2015
UNSUITABLE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACKNOWLEDGED
Terms and conditions of employment will be determined by the Chief Personnel Officer
Sixty bodies, including men, women and children,
were found in an abandoned crematorium in West-
ern Mexico, authorities said on Friday, in a discovery
that the state attorney general said was likely linked
to negligence rather than drug-related violence.
Authorities, who originally said 61 bodies were
found, said the remains at the crematorium, near
the decaying seaside resort of Acapulco, were clothed,
wrapped in sheets and sprinkled with lime. Many of
them were in a state of decomposition.
"We are talking about a clear violation of state
sanitation laws," Miguel Angel Godinez, attorney
general for the state of Guerrero, told Reuters.
The crematorium had been abandoned for months,
and local residents had called police because of the
smell, Godinez said.
Still, some of the bodies were "perfectly embalmed"
and prepared for cremation, according to a statement
from the attorney general s office.
The discovery was made 130 miles from the town
of Iguala, where 43 student teachers were abducted
by corrupt police and apparently massacred by drug
Authorities are investigating how and when the
people died, and whether those responsible were
guilty of disrespecting humans remains, the statement
said. President Enrique Pena Nieto is facing his
deepest crisis over his government s handling of the
students disappearance. The case laid bare Mexico s
deep problem of impunity and corruption and it has
overshadowed his efforts to focus attention on eco-
nomic reforms. (Reuters)
A child plays at the Piscinao de Ramos artificial beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. In the wake of mass robberies on Ipanema beach, many
have opted to beat the heat at this artificial beach on the banks of trash-strewn and polluted Guanabara Bay. AP PHOTO
FUN IN THE SUN
A police officer stands guard outside the
crematorium in Mexico, on Friday.
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