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ARE YOU SEEKING A MANAGEMENT CAREER?
Leading Life Insurance Company is expanding its
The incumbent will be responsible for executing the strategic
objectives set by the organization. Duties include planning,
coordinating, organizing and directing a team to achieve the
Qualifications and Training:
• First degree in Management or experience in the Financial
• At least 5 years successful sales experience in Life Insurance
• Sound analytical and problem solving skills
• Ability to strategically plan for and direct a team
• Wealth of innovative ideas to grow a successful sales force
• Team Player
• Conceptual Thinking
• Result Oriented
• Excellent Communication Skills (both verbal and written)
• Interpersonal Skills
Training will be provided.
Interested persons can send their Cover Letter and C.V to
Unsuitable applications will not be acknowledged. 0224006
Sometimes a temporary job is the proverbial
life saver that enables you to pay your bills while
you find your next "permanent" job. Some-
times, temporary work is all you have time for.
"Temporary" vs. "Permanent" Employment
In the current economy, mid-2013, the US
Bureau of Labor Statistics reports a continuing
trend for employers to open temporary jobs.
Maybe these employers will eventually convert
those jobs into permanent positions. Maybe they
won't. What the future holds is unclear.
Some economists believe that this increase in
temporary employment is, in fact, temporary
because employers are waiting to open permanent
jobs, unsure of the economic recovery. Others see
the trend of increased temporary employment
continuing into the future - an increasingly
permanent part of the whole job market.
Sometimes a temporary job is all you can find.
And, of course, sometimes a "permanent" job
becomes temporary when there is a layoff or an
employer goes out of business.
Finding Temporary Employment
Temporary jobs are found most often through a
recruiting agency. Some agencies specialize in
filling temporary positions. Other agencies offer
it as a service to their regular clients.
Some employers do post their temp jobs on
their websites or through job boards. You may
find these job postings through the Internet, like
any other job postings. Some job boards
specialise in temporary jobs.
Working with a Temporary Recruiting Agency
Working through a temporary agency is often a
short-cut to quickly finding temporary
employment, assuming you pass their screening
and any testing that may be needed.
When you find a temporary job through a
temporary agency, your official employer is the
agency. Agencies charge their client employers
more for the services of temporary employees
than they pay those same employees, or they
would not be able to stay in business. At the end
of the year, the agency should send you the
appropriate IRS forms just like your other
employers have done.
Some temporary agencies specialise in a field or
an industry, like engineering, nurses, or office
workers. Others specialise in a geographic area,
and still others offer general recruiting services,
filling both permanent and temporary needs their
Like any recruiting agency, a temporary
agency's clients are the employers, not the job
seekers, although they may work closely with job
seekers who have the skills and experience in high
UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in collaboration
with the Judiciary of Trinidad and Tobago is implementing "The Trinidad
and Tobago Juvenile Court Project (JCP)" with funding from the United
States Agency for International Development (USAID). This project is an
important step in achieving a meaningful juvenile justice reform.
The UNDP invites applications from suitably nationals of Trinidad &
Tobago for the following Consultancies:
• Graphic Design Services
• Cartoon Illustration Services
How to Apply
The Procurement Notices including the Terms of Reference (TORs) can
be obtained by visiting the UNDP Trinidad and Tobago website at:
Candidates should download and complete the P11 Personal History
Form from the UNDP Trinidad and Tobago website and hand deliver it
together with the other submission requirements indicated in the
Procurement Notices by 4:00pm on March 23rd 2015 to:
United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
3A Chancery Lane,
Please ensure to quote the name of the consultancy for
which you are applying
Unsuitable applications will not be acknowledged
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