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Government of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago
MINISTRY OF ENERGY AND ENERGY AFFAIRS
JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN THE MINISTRY OF ENERGY AND ENERGY AFFAIRS
Quarry Management Officer
The Ministry of Energy and Energy Affairs invites applications from suitably qualified nationals to fill eleven (11) Contract Positions of Quarry
Management Officer for a period of three (3) years with effect from the date (s) of assumption of duty, on terms and conditions to be negotiated
The Permanent Secretary,
Attention: Senior Human Resource Officer
Ministry of Energy and Energy Affairs
Level 24, Tower C, International Waterfront Centre #1 Wrightson Road, Port of Spain, Trinidad, West Indies.
Or Emailed to CaribbeanJobs.com
KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Assists in licensing and regularization of quarry operations, and works with Stakeholders to address regulatory compliance
issues applicable to Quarrying and the Environment. Routine fieldwork would need to be conducted as necessary.
Conducts enforcement exercises with the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) to terminate illegal mining and illegal
mining related activities.
Attends Court in relation to matters related to Enforcement Exercises.
Assists in monitoring quarrying operations and data collection for the Minerals Division.
Assists with fieldwork and conducting surveys using various field equipment provided.
Prepares reports with respect to field surveys.
Assists in Health, Safety and Environmental (HSE) as well as rehabilitation and restoration issue
Evaluates and makes recommendations for Quarry/Mine Plans and Minerals Development Proposals,
Environmental Impact Assessments and Environmental Plans.
Liaise with stakeholder organisations to coordinate exercises/activities to develop the Quarrying/Mining Industry.
Performs related duties as may be required.
A Bachelor's Degree in the Natural/Earth Sciences including Geology, Geoscience, Environmental Science, Geography or
Some experience in mineral exploration and quarrying would be an asset
Understanding of the Minerals Act, Chap. 61.0 and its regulations and other applicable environmental legislation, policies
and guidelines is desirable
Familiarity with OSHA/HSE standards and environmental principles as applicable to the industry
Knowledge of various mining and mineral exploration/processing methods
Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing with excellent presentation skills
Sound knowledge of MS Office
Strong interpersonal skills
Applications with Curriculum Vitae, two (2) references and copies of certificates are to be submitted by Friday 17 July, 2015 to:
REQUIRED TRAINING, EXPERIENCE, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Unsuitable applications will not be acknowledged
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Personal branding is still relatively cutting-edge
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Successful job search is all about differentiation.
When you clearly stand apart and above others com-
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Showcasing your personal brand attributes in
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During interviews, reinforce and support your
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Stand-alone brand statements are the very
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Career Brand -- An influencer, innovator, and
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ing them throughout your resume and cover let-
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Personal branding generates interest and opens
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