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CWWA is an NGO/Non-Profit Organization with Head Office in Trinidad and Tobago.
Responsible for: (a) coordinating the preparation of the Annual Work Plan and Budget of the Secretariat; (b)
planning and implementing approved programmes; (c) managing information dissemination; (d) supervising
the human resource management function; (e) and the provision of general administrative support.
• Strong leadership and relationship-management skills with a proven track record of building and
managing teams and creating an enabling work environment.
• An exceptionally high ability to communicate effectively, sending clear messages to a diverse audience
which includes Executive Management, the Board of Directors and Government officials.
• Strong analytical skills to evaluate commercial offers and good knowledge of such factors as sources
of supply, market trends, and pricing.
• Familiarity with the operations and dynamics of an NGO, in contrast to that of a publicly or privately
• Familiarity with the implementation of inter-regional and international programmes and processes
• Excellent negotiating skills in resolving conflicts.
• Strong interpersonal skills with ability to foster networks and partnerships. 6.8 Excellent representa
tional skills that will enhance the profile of CWWA.
Qualifications and Experience:
A post graduate degree in one of the following fields:
• Management Studies, Public or Business Administration, Marketing, Civil Engineering, Environmental
• At least ten (10) years working experience, four (4) of which, should be in a management or adminis
trative capacity. Specific experience in the Caribbean will be an asset.
• Training, special knowledge or experience in one or more of the following areas will be an asset:
Database Management; Strategic Planning; Industrial Relations; Customer Relations; Supervisory
Management, Multi-lateral Development Institutions.
Send Application via Email to: email@example.com
Deadline for applications no later than: 10 April 2015
Further details are available via the link: http://www.cwwa.net (under Opportunities)
Unsuitable Application will not be acknowledged.
With target employers in mind, your personal brand
"positioning" statement should link your functional
areas of expertise (hard skills) with key personal attrib-
utes, values, and passions (softer skills).
The message should showcase your promise of value and
position you as a good fit to meet those employers' current
In my experience, job seekers may have no problem with
the first part -- zeroing in on their hard skills and functional
areas of expertise.
They can readily identify this part of the value they offer
their target employers.
But that is often the ONLY part of their brand they focus
on in their brand statement.
What happened to the "personal"
part of their personal brand?
Without the personal, their brand statement is not much
more than an anemic job description, stringing together func-
tional areas of expertise.
Without the personal, their brand statement probably reads
about the same as their job seeking competitors', and doesn't
help people see what makes them stand out above the rest.
Personal branding is not about sameness. It's all about dif-
That kind of so-called brand statement does little to generate
chemistry for them as a candidate. After all, if they're running
an effective job search campaign, most of their efforts will
be spent networking. This means that their career documents
(resume, biography, etc.), LinkedIn profile, and whatever con-
tains their brand statement, have to be reader-friendly.
In this case, human eyeballs will be assessing them through
their documents and profiles, so they need to be an interesting,
Of course, recruiters and hiring decision makers want to
see relevant keywords, so those need to be well represented
in career documents and online profiles. But these people
also want to know more about candidates than what they
do. They want to know who they are and how they make
things happen. A brand positioning statement gives them
the opportunity to provide that information.
Find your personal brand
Sometimes the problem job seekers have, when creating
a brand statement, is not giving themselves permission to
include their personality and be authentically "them."
• What are you known as the go-to person for?
• What drives you? What things are you most passionate
about at work?
• What words do people use when they introduce you?
• How do you describe your leadership style? How do you
get the best out of your teams?
• What differentiates you from others who do the same
work -- your competition in the job market? What com-
bination of things do you offer that no one else does?
Here's an example of an executive brand positioning state-
ment that links hard skills with softer skills to generate chem-
Take charge, game-changing Project Portfolio Management
expert who over-delivers on aggressive goals for highly-
matrixed organizations, while minimizing risk, reducing com-
plexity, and decreasing expense. A trusted partner, I thrive
on designing and leading multi-million dollar programs and
influencing globally across functions and lines to deliver on
my mantra: OTOBOS -- on time, on budget, on schedule.
You can see that it positions the way this candidate's pivotal
strengths and areas of expertise will impact bottom line,
while also highlighting her personality, vibrancy and pas-
Take the time to do the branding work and
bring out the "personal." Don't be afraid to "be
you," generate chemistry, and differentiate yourself
in your resume, LinkedIn profile, and other career
marketing communications. Differentiation cap-
tures attention and resonates much better than
sameness ever will.
Level III Technician
Key Accountabilities & Responsibilities:
o To assist in improving the process ad operations of the Service
Department by ensuring diagnostic and service/repair of all
vehicles for the division are done by the expected standards.
o To assist in implementing and administering proper practices to
increase customer satisfaction to our valued customer and to
Qualifications and experience:
o Level 3 Diagnostic Technician Certification
o A minimum of 3-5 years in a similar position or
o A combination of relevant training and experience
o Sound knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite applications
Interested applicants can submit their resumes to:
The Human Resource Manager
PO Box 178, PORT OF SPAIN
Applicants are also requested to submit a copy of their resume to:
The Chief Manpower Officer, Ministry of Labour and Small and
Micro Enterprise Development, 50-54 Duke Street, Port-of-Spain.
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