Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : January 21st 2017 Contents NATIONAL QUARRIES COMPANY LIMITED
The National Quarries Company Limited contributes to the infrastructural development of Trinidad and Tobago as a key
player in the construction industry and is the nation's leading producer of aggregate. The Company is restructuring its business
operations for increased efficiency and is in a process of transformation and change. In keeping with the change agenda, the
Company is seeking suitable candidates for the following Executive position.
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
The position is generally accountable for implementing and achieving the strategic objectives of the National Quarries
Company Limited as established by the Company's Board of Directors by:
a) Establishing organizational goals which are consistent with the strategic objectives of NQCL
b) Leading and directing the Executive Leadership team in the strategic execution of management responsibilities with an
end result of fulfilling NQCL's goals and objectives
c) Shaping an organizational framework that is founded on ethical conduct and sound business management principles
KEY AND CRITICAL RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:
Provides leadership and general management to the employees of the National Quarries Company Limited in the pursuit of
the Company's strategies, plans and programmes
Leads the formulation of the overall business strategy of NQCL
Ensures that the required business systems and processes, organizational structure and functional leadership/direction are in
place and are consistent with the wider strategic objectives of the National Quarries Company Limited
Ensures the design of control techniques and systems which readily highlight deviations from plans and ensures that
corrective action is taken
Provides strategic leadership to NQCL's safety and environmental performance ensuring that the Company complies with all
statutory and regulatory laws and provisions
Prepares and presents regular reports, as required, to enable an on-going review of the operations and results of NQCL against
plans and budgets
Leads the annual operating and capital budget projections, weighing threats and opportunities and using trending information
to make informed decisions
Initiates, develops and maintains cooperative relationships with key constituencies within the community
Ensures the Company's compliance with relevant laws and regulations
Assures product quality and organizational stability through the development and implementation of standards and controls,
systems and procedures and regular evaluation of plant processes
Directs the development, implementation and review of the strategies, processes and systems that are used to assure the
generation of quality materials without compromising asset integrity or corporate responsibility
A minimum of ten (10) years' Executive Leadership experience in a processing plant or manufacturing environment directing
a multi-disciplinary team for a medium to large organization
Sound knowledge of processing plant / manufacturing operations, change management philosophy and plant equipment
operations, maintenance and reliability
Should be able to manage continuity, change and transition as well as influence and enable others; addressing the impact of
attitude and actions on the organization
Should be proactive in identifying process gaps and propose and implement improvements and have superior leadership,
influencing and decision making skills
Ability to forge a strong and trusting relationship with Board of Directors and to command the respect of all stakeholders.
Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to motivate others to work collaboratively towards a shared purpose
Minimum qualification of a BSc Mining/Quarry Management or other related discipline
BSc Engineering with experience in Quarry Operations/Mining/Manufacturing or BSc Industrial Management with Process Plant
An MBA from a recognised institution or related Postgraduate studies in a relevant discipline would be considered an asset.
Applications should be addressed to the Corporate Secretary,
P.O Box 562, Maloney
e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date for submission of applications is January 24th, 2017
Unsuitable applications will not be acknowledged
CLEVELAND---Kyrie Irving scored 26 points,
All-Star team-mate LeBron James had 21 points
and 15 assists, and the Cleveland Cavaliers
looked more like themselves at home in a 118-103
win over the Phoenix Suns on Thursday night.
The Cavs were back in Quicken Loans Arena follow-
ing a six-game road trip (their longest of the season)
that concluded with an embarrassing 35-point loss
at Golden State.
But on their home floor, they had better offensive
balance and ball movement while improving to 30-
11---the same record Cleveland had at the halfway point
of its 2016 NBA championship season.
Channing Frye scored 18, Iman Shumpert 17 and
James Jones 14 while filling in for star forward Kevin
Love, still bothered by back spasms.
Tyson Chandler had 22 points and 16 rebounds,
but the Suns lost for the fourth time in five games.
WIZARDS 113, KNICKS 110
NEW YORK---John Wall had 29 points and 13 assists,
scoring Washington's final four points in the last 32
seconds as the surging Wizards beat New York.
Otto Porter Jr made six 3-pointers for the second
straight night and added 23 points, but the Wizards
needed big plays from Wall down the stretch to win
their fourth in a row.
He made two free throws to put Washington back
on top after New York had rallied to take a 110-109
lead, then rebounded Carmelo Anthony's miss and
left all the Knicks in his dust as he raced down the
floor for a dunk with 13.7 seconds to play.
Anthony finished with 34 points but Wall stole the
ball from Brandon Jennings to prevent the Knicks from
attempting a 3-pointer that could have tied it.
HEAT 99, MAVERICKS 95
MIAMI---Goran Dragic had 32 points, Tyler Johnson
scored 10 of his 23 in the fourth quarter and Miami
Dragic shot 11 for 15 from the field and 4 of 4 from
3-point range. He also got a big offensive rebound in
the final minute to extend a possession, and Johnson
made a pair of free throws with 29.9 seconds left to
give Miami an eight-point lead.
Dirk Nowitzki scored 19 points for Dallas, which had
its season-best three-game winning streak snapped.
The Mavericks went 1 for 8 from the field during a
late stretch of the fourth quarter and never got the
lead again. (AP)
Cleveland Cavaliers' Kyrie Irving, right, passes against
Phoenix Suns' Tyson Chandler (4) in the second half
of an NBA basketball game on Thursday, in Cleveland.
The Cavaliers won 118-103. AP PHOTO
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