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Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Tuesday, May 26, 2015
SERVICE COMMISSIONS DEPARTMENT
Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons for employment on contract for a period of three (3)
years, in the following positions:-
Minimum Experience and Training Requirements
• Minimum of eight (8) years' experience performing facilities management duties, including at least four
(4) years at a managerial/supervisory level.
• Training as evidenced by the possession of a Bachelor's Degree in
Civil/Structural/Mechanical/Electrical engineering or a related discipline or in Management or related
discipline from a recognized institution.
OR • Minimum ten (10) years' experience performing facilities management duties, including at least six (6)
years at a managerial/supervisory level.
• Training as evidenced by the possession of a Technician's Diploma or equivalent in
Civil/Structural/Mechanical/Electrical engineering or Certification in facilities Management/ Management
or in a related field.
Minimum Experience and Training Requirements
• Minimum of two (2) years' experience performing facilities/equipment maintenance and repair work.
• Training as evidenced by the possession of a Technician's Diploma or the equivalent in
Civil/Structural/Mechanical/Electrical engineering or related discipline from a recognized institution.
For further details, persons wishing to apply can access the advertisement and the Job Description at the
Service Commissions Department and on the website at www.scd.org.tt .
Interested persons must submit their application and Curriculum Vitae no later than 4th June, 2015 to the
Director of Personnel Administration, Service Commissions Department
52-58 Woodford Street
Port of Spain
INCOMPLETE AND UNSUITABLE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACKNOWLEGED
Applications submitted without the following are deemed incomplete and unsuitable;
Date of application
Copy of Birth Certificates attached (computerized only)
Legible and clearly printed copies of:
Relevant academic qualifications
Documentation showing proof of citizenship (if not born in Trinidad and Tobago)
Documentation from the relevant authorizing bodies, verifying equivalency for qualification
Applicants are also advised to check regularly for updates on the website.
Seeking Full Time Individuals to fill the following Positions:
• Receptionist • Ser vice Advisor
• Sales Person
FOR PARTS DEPARTMENT
Requirements: Five (5) CXC subjects Effective
Minimum of two (2) years experience
• Electrician (Vehicle)
All applicants Must be over the age of 25 years
Address: 2 - 12 Hilda Lazzari Terrace, Les Efforts East,
(By-Pass), San Fernando
Tel: 653-5174 Fax: 653-8048
Opening Hrs: Mon - Fri 8.00 a.m - 5.00 p.m
Sat: 8.00 a.m - 2.00 p.m
Resume can be sent via email, fax or mail
Do you ever wish you could go back in time and
reverse a decision that you made in your career?
Perhaps you accepted a job with a company only
to find that they were on their way to bankruptcy.
Or, perhaps you were caught unprepared at an
interview, and blew a terrific opportunity.
It is important to know the company. This will
allow you to tailor your talking points and show the
hiring company how you match their needs and fit
their culture. You can avoid working for a bad employer
and being unprepared for your job interview by con-
ducting thorough company research.
Research is quite simple; if you use the right sources,
it can also be very time-efficient.
Solid Company Research Sources
The following are the basics of company research
so you can avoid career regrets.
Basic Financial & Corporate Information
There is a great deal of public information readily
available online. There are numerous sites on which
you can perform company research. The list consists
of links providing access to ranks of top companies,
reports filed by public companies, and profiles of
With so many sources of up-to-the-minute infor-
mation, there is no excuse to be uninformed about
your target company's latest news. Keep an eye open
for new press releases or breaking news.
The company's website is your best source of news
they wish to present.
Also, visit your favorite search site and enter the
company's name as the key search words. You may
uncover news of active legal proceedings by entering
the company name and the word "law suit." If you
want to limit the information to recent news, you
may also enter a date in the search terms.
If you are like most professionals, you are visiting
social media sites on a daily basis. It's a smart use
of time because Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook pro-
vide timely news, including news about prospective
While engaging in social media conduct research
to learn more about your target employer. For starters,
visit LinkedIn Company Pages.
Elsewhere use the search tool to enter the company's
If you are targeting healthcare, hospitality, service,
or entertainment companies, visit Yelp! or Angie's
You can get a comprehensive view of the company
through social media because you are seeing posts
from the company, employees, and customers.
Use your networking prowess to connect
with employees at your target company. You
access an employee through your online or real
world network. Respectfully reach out and ask
for the chance to talk with them at their con-
venience to learn more about the company.
The insights of a current or recent employee
are so valuable. They can share a glimpse of
what a day in the company is like. They also
can give you the scoop on the culture of the
Be aware that some employees may be biased
or jaded, so use this as just one source when
forming an opinion about a company.
Company research is a multi-faceted task
involving multiple sources and techniques. Take
the time to conduct research to determine if
a company is right for you. This will also help
prepare you for an upcoming job interview.
Analyze data that you have uncovered to identify
how you fill the needs of a target employer.
You may update your resume to highlight the
aspects of your skills and expertise to present
yourself as the perfect candidate.
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