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OFFICE OF GOVERNMENT PRINTER (RANGE 61)
MINISTRY OF PUBLIC UTILITIES
Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons for appointment to the above
Extensive experience in printery operations including experience in an administrative capacity
such as may have been gained in the next lower class; and training as evidenced by a General
Certificate of Education, Ordinary Level or its equivalent, with passes in five subjects, one of
which must be English, supplemented by a Diploma in Printing; or any equivalent combination
of experience and training.
For further details persons wishing to apply can access the Advertisement, the Application Form
and the Job Specification at the Service Commissions Department and on the website at
Interested persons must submit their application no later than 3rd July, 2015 to The Director of
Personnel Administration, Service Commissions Department:
Persons who have applied previously and who still wish to be considered for appointment to the
office are advised to re-apply in response to this Advertisement.
INCOMPLETE AND UNSUITABLE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACKNOWLEDGED.
Please see the website for details on:
a) Information/documents to be submitted; and
b) Applications which are deemed incomplete and unsuitable.
A memorandum of
understanding (MoU) has
been signed by represen-
tatives of the Ministry of
Trade, Ministry of Tertiary
Education and Ministry of
Public Utilities for estab-
lishment of the University
of T&T s Institute of
Printing and Packaging.
On hand for the signing
ceremony were Trade Min-
ister Vasant Bharath, Ter-
tiary Education Minister
Fazal Karim, Public Utilities
Minister Nizam Baksh,
Curtis R Manchoon, UTT
chairman and Professor
Dyer Narinesingh, presi-
Bharath said "the launch
of the Institute is a signif-
icant milestone for the
printing and packaging
Industry and stakeholders, as it addresses one of the
major issues facing the industry for many years,
namely, the shortage of trained and skilled labour."
"We envision that the establishment of the Institute
of Printing will be instrumental in developing and
meeting the human resource needs of the printing
industry; and will assist with the training and cer-
tification of new and existing workers in the industry,
while encouraging new entrants into the industry."
The minister added: "The ministry is committed
to assisting and supporting the further development
of the industry and looks forward to future collab-
orative efforts with the Ministry of Tertiary Education
and Skills Training and the Ministry of Public Utilities.
The industry holds much promise and meeting its
developmental needs is imperative as part of Gov-
ernment s economic diversification agenda."
Printing and packaging is one of four sub-sectors
in the Food Sustainability Cluster which has been
identified in the Government s Medium Term Policy
Framework as a priority area in the drive to become
a food secure nation.
The Trade Ministry has responsibility for the food
and beverage and packaging subsectors of the Food
Sustainability Cluster, as part of its mandate to
develop the non-energy sectors of the economy.
listen to a
Trinidad and Tobago
(YBTT) recently invited
the National Insurance
Board (NIB) to conduct
an educational work-
shop for young entre-
exposed to specific areas
such as employer obli-
gation---what is expected
of them as employers---as well as their responsibilities
to their employees and the NIB. Details of the 23
benefits provided by the NIB were also shared.
Public relations assistant at the NIB, Sheldon
Joseph, told participants the NIB is "more than a
"Our role is to ensure that all citizens---both
employers and employees---are aware of their enti-
tlements," he said.
The initiative was part of YBTT s mission to ensure
young entrepreneurs are kept abreast of important
information that can impact their businesses.
learn about NIB
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