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THE UNIVERSITY OF THE WEST INDIES
CAVE HILL CAMPUS
Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons to fill the following posts in the Faculty
of Medical Sciences and Faculty of Humanities & Education at The University of the West Indies,
Cave Hill Campus, Barbados:
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Pharmacology
The successful applicant should be a graduate from a recognized University, with a PhD preferably
in Pharmacology. A medical degree (MBBS or equivalent) qualification, teaching experience and
a good track record in research and publications will be assets.
The successful candidate will be required to, inter alia:
• Design, deliver and administer all aspects of the teaching and assessment of Pharmacology to
undergraduate medical students;
• Work with other colleagues to deliver an integrated curriculum;
• Design and participate in small group case based teaching;
• Supervise postgraduate students in Pharmacology;
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Hispanic Studies
The successful candidate must have, inter alia:
• a PhD in the area of Hispanic Literature and/or culture, preferably with a Hispanic Caribbean
and/or Latin American area of focus, or strong transferability to the Caribbean context;
• native or near-native competence in Spanish, with demonstrable experience in the teaching
of Hispanic Literature and culture, including Hispanic Caribbean content, at undergraduate
and graduate levels, using a dynamic, student-centred approach in a technologically integrated
• previous experience teaching tertiary-level Spanish courses outside the area of literature
specifically, in areas such as Spanish language or societal aspects of Hispanic Studies (for
example, media, rights and citizenship, migration and diaspora), highly valued in light of the
Section's current curricular diversification endeavours;
• experience with study abroad and immersion programmes, since the integration of these into
the degree programme is currently a priority of the Spanish section;
• active research engagement and publication in a relevant area or areas such as Hispanic
literature, culture and/or society, pedagogy for language and culture learning, or intercultural
The successful applicants will be expected to assume duties by August 1, 2016 or as soon
as possible thereafter.
Detailed applications (two copies) giving full particulars of qualifications, experience
and biodata and three (3) signed up-to-date referee reports should be sent as
soon as possible to The Assistant Registrar (Human Resources), The University
of the West Indies, P.O. Box 64, Bridgetown, Barbados. Fax (246) 417-0330;
Email: email@example.com. If your first and higher degrees were obtained
from different Universities, please provide a referee report from each University and one
referee should be a member of your present organization. Job Application Packs are
available from our website: www.cavehill.uwi.edu/hr/careers.aspx.
The closing date for completed applications (Application Form, CV, referee reports and
degree transcripts) is May 29, 2016.
Property Situate at L.P. No. 72
Depot Road, Longdenville,
Sale for Tuesday 17th May, 2016
Public Notice is hereby given that by the order of RBC
Royal Bank (Trinidad & Tobago) Limited of No. 7-9 St.
Clair Avenue in the City of Port-of-Spain and in exer-
cise of the Power of Sale conferred on mortgages by the
Conveyancing and Law of Property Act Ch. 56:01 and
contained in Deed of Mortgage dated 17th May, 2012
registered in Volume 2458, Folio 115 made between
Valcon Trinidad Limited and Andaz Ali and RBC Roy-
al Bank (Trinidad & Tobago) Limited (formerly
RBTT Bank Limited) there will be put up for sale by
Public Auction by the undersigned at the Auction Mart
at L.P. No. 161 Eastern Main Road, Petit Bourg, San
Juan between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.
The Schedule herein referred to:
All that piece of land situate in the Ward of Chagua-
nas, in the Island of Trinidad comprising Seven Acres
One Rood and Two Perches be the same more or less
delineated and coloured pink in the plan registered
in Volume 2458 Folio 113B being portion of the lands
described in the Crown Grant in Volume 37 Folio 629
registered in Volume 2458 Folio 115 and bounded on
the North by two roads reserve on the South by lands of
Rampall and by lands of Arthur Dennis O'Connor on
the East by lands of Ablack and on the West by a Road
reserve by lands of Rampall and by lands of Arthur
Dated this 4th day of May, 2016
s/s Peter Soon
Peter Soon & Co. Ltd.
MADRID---Real Madrid will be boosted
by Cristiano Ronaldo s return and the likely
absence of two key Manchester City players
when it tries to reach yet another Cham-
pions League final today.
Ronaldo returns after missing three
straight games because of a leg injury,
including the 0-0 first-leg draw in Man-
chester last week. The Portugal forward
leads the Champions League with 16 goals,
one shy of the record he set in the 2013-
Ronaldo hurt his right leg in a Spanish
league game on April 20 and hasn't played
since then. Madrid has not released any
official information about the injury,
prompting widespread rumours about its
severity, but he participated fully in training
on Monday and yesterday and looked fit to
return to action.
"Cristiano is fine, he is at 100 per cent,"
Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane said. "He
trained and will be there tomorrow."
Madrid will also be lifted by the likely
absence of Yaya Toure and David Silva
because of injuries. City initially said Toure
was going to miss the match because of a
muscle ailment, but later said he made the
trip to Madrid and was listed as doubtful.
Silva wasn't fit after being substituted in
the first leg with a hamstring problem.
Zidane said Madrid has an obligation to
reach the final.
"It's going to be difficult, but if we don't
advance it will be a failure," he said. "We
have been saying that we haven't won any-
thing yet. Our goal is to advance. We will
do our best to try to make it happen."
Another edge for Madrid comes from
Santiago Bernabeu Stadium, where it has
crushed all-comers this season, winning 20
of 23 matches in all competitions. In the
Champions League, it's won all five home
games by outscoring opponents 18-0.
"Home advantage will help," Real Madrid
Real sets sight on another Champions final
defensive midfielder Casemiro said. "It is going to
be a very difficult game but our fans are strong. That
gives us a small advantage. We're counting on the
fans and I'm sure they'll not let us down."
Only two opponents have beaten Madrid at home
this season, Atletico Madrid and Barcelona.
"That feeling when the fans inside the Santiago
Bernabeu get behind you and are with us is unex-
plainable," Real Madrid goalkeeper Keylor Navas said.
"We'll be trying to chase every ball, and each player
is going to be giving their best to ensure that every-
thing works out perfectly."
Unable to recover in time were Karim Benzema
and defensive midfielder Casemiro, who were expected
to miss today's game because of injuries.
Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo works out during a
training session at the team's Valdebebas training
ground in Madrid, yesterday. AP PHOTO
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