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Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Wednesday, March 4, 2015
Interested applicants need apply by 23rd March, 2015 to:
The Manager Human Resources
Trinidad and Tobago Civil Aviation Authority
P.O. Box 2163, National Mail Centre
Caroni North Bank Road, Piarco Or email@example.com
Unsuitable applications will not be acknowledged.
SENIOR AUDIT OFFICER
The incumbent will be required to successfully complete assigned audit engagements from inception to
conclusion inclusive of planning, scheduling and close-off activities through the application of risk and
Assists in the development of the Annual Internal Audit Plan for the Authority.
Develops audit testing procedures relevant to risk and engagement objectives.
Prepares audit working papers that record and summarize data on the assigned audits.
Perform audit projects in compliance with current professional and departmental standards.
Communicate issues identified to the Manager Internal Audit, offering recommended solutions
relevant to the business and risk.
Supervise the Internal Audit Clerk providing guidance and overall review of deliverables.
Ensure audit conclusions are based on a complete understanding of the processes, circumstances, and
Obtain and review evidence ensuring audit conclusions are well-documented.
Prepare a draft audit report outlining the audit findings, implications and recommendations for the
review of the Manager Internal Audit.
Assist in the conduct of special audit investigations.
QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE:
ACCA, CIMA or any related qualifications.
A minimum of three (3) years internal auditing experience and two (2) years supervisory experience.
Excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills.
Working knowledge of computer software applications such as Peachtree Accounting as well as
proficiency in Microsoft Office with a high degree of competency in the use of Excel.
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 following
TRINIDAD & TOBAGO CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY
West Indies all-rounder
Kieron Pollard will return to
the national cricket team for
its clash against Windward
Islands in the West Indies
Cricket Board Professional
Cricket League at the National
Cricket Centre in Couva, which
bowls off on Friday.
After suffering a leg injury in
the Nagico Super50 tournament,
which T&T won, Pollard has
only been competing for his club
team Queen s Park Cricket Club.
Manager of the national team
Roland Sampath is happy to
have Pollard back in the T&T
Sampath said: "He is an inter-
national palyer, he will lend a
lot to the team." T&T is hoping
Pollard will continue his top
form with the bat as the team
is looking for back-to-back
Playing for Queen s Park in
the Shanghai Construction
Group National League over the
weekend, Pollard slammed an
unbeaten 128 off 114 balls, which
included 15 sixes and five fours.
In the last round T&T crushed
Jamaica by 179 runs at Sabina
Park, Jamaica behind perform-
ances from Kjorn Ottley and
Ottley was unfortunate not
to get his maiden first class cen-
tury when he was dismissed for
99 in the second innings, while
leg spinner Khan grabbed eight
wickets in the match.
Pollard returns to T&T line-up
Sean Persaud slammed a century yesterday
to keep Fatima College on top of the standings
in the Powergen Secondary Schools 50-over
Cricket League with two rounds remaining.
Persaud s knock guided Fatima to a crushing
216-run win over North rivals St Mary s at the
latter s home ground. Right-handed Persuad
cracked 139 off 141 balls to help Fatima to a com-
petitive 283/4 in 50 overs. Persaud struck three
sixes and nine fours.
West Indies Under-19 left-hander Amir Jangoo
contributed 78 off 73 deliveries, while Jemeel
Hunte grabbed 2/58 in ten overs.
In reply, St Mary s folded for 67 after Anand
Lochan took 4/6 in eight overs. Jean-Paul Rocke
also caused damage taking 4/15, while Joshua Da
Silva top scored for St Mary s with 23.
Second placed Naparima was also in the winning
column, recording a 84-run win over Presentation
College, Chaguanas at the Naparima school ground.
Batting first, Naparima posted 196 all out in
49.1 overs behind 63 from national youth player
Clevon Kalawan and 38 from Joshua Samuel.
Sachin Sooker (2/31) and Emilo Gopaul (2/32)
both took two wickets for Presentation.
Shadell Soogrim was the chief destroyer for
Naparima, taking 4/24 to dismiss Presentation
for 112 in 37.3 overs.
Dominic Nandlal and Gabriel Maharaj were also
among the wickets snatching 3/30 and 2/19
respectively. Matthew Patrick showed some fight
for Presentation, hitting 31.
lead in SSCL
At St Mary's Ground: Fatima 283/4 (Sean
Persaud 139, Amir Jangoo 78, Jemeel Hunte
2/58) vs St Mary's 67 (Joshua Da Silva 23,
Anand Lochan 4/6, Jean-Paul Rocke 4/15)
Fatima won by 216 runs
At Naparima: Naparima 196 (49.1 overs)
(Clevon Kalawan 63, Joshua Samuel 38, Sachin
Sooker 2/31, Emilo Gopaul 2/32) vs
Presentation, Chaguanas 112 (37.3 overs)
(Matthew Patrick 31, Shadell Soogrim 4/24,
Dominic Nandlal 3/30, Gabriel Maharaj 2/19)
Naparima won by 84 runs
At Green Arrow Recreation: ASJA Boys 109
(32.2 overs) (Romario Singh 22, Akeel
Mohammed 21, Bryan Boodram 3/15, Kirstan
Kallicharan 3/20) vs Vishnu Boys 110/3 (23.1
overs) (Hance Kallicharan 46, Kirstan
Kallicharan 46) Vishnu won by seven wickets
At Barrackpore West: Hiilview 111 (38
overs) (Teshawn Alleyne 31, Nathaniel
McDavid 11, Michael Dindial 3/18, Alex Sonnylal
2/9) vs Barrackpore West 115/2 (19.2 overs)
(Jeron Maniram 52 not out, Dillon Mohammed
29) Barrackpore won by eight wickets
At Carapichaima East: Carapichaima East
206/6 (35 overs) (Justin Joseph 108 not out,
Shawn Vialva 33, Jonathan Williams 2/39,
Anderson Coussaint 2/33) vs Princes Town
West 88 (26 overs) (Williams 17, Joseph 3/12,
Kyle Phillip 2/19) Carapichaima won by 118
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