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Dynamics AX Principal Project Manager
e Dynamics AX Principal Project Manager (PjM) role is a trusted advisor to client project leadership
within the assigned accounts. Candidates should have experience driving communications with
internal executive leadership teams and the client to help Microso customers achieve their objectives.
Candidates need to demonstrate the ability to give relevant, clear and prescriptive advice, grounded
in relevant experience, to continuously drive projects through to successful completion. e Services
PjMs are responsible for leading engagement delivery within a formal Statement of Work (SOW)
to drive predictable behaviors in terms of project process and outcomes (accomplished on time, on
budget, and according to customer speci cations). e PjM is also responsible for risk management,
delivery excellence, engagement quality and customer satisfaction. Candidates will need to demonstrate
experience with maintaining a Master Program Plan including at least: the Communication Plan
(communications within the team and between the team and external entities) and the Team Reference
Guide Plan (identi es team and external team members), and maintaining the Master Project Schedule.
Requirements: MUST DEMONSTRATE EXTENSIVE EXPERIENCE IN ALL AREAS LISTED
BELOW, NO EXCEPTIONS.
e capability to be e ective requires a senior level project management professional who has
held project management roles within a global services organization or Fortune 1000 corporations. e
ability to easily and e ectively connect and relate to senior customer leadership and executives is an
Five years as primary project manager on transformational $1M+ services engagements for a Tier
1 ERP Dynamics AX solution. Demonstrated capability in managing large, global, complex ERP
implementations from sales through to go live.
Knowledge of MCS Dynamics Sure Step Evolved methodology preferred. Proven, deep knowledge
of a competing Tier 1 implementation methodology used to deliver large, transformational business
application implementations will be considered.
Working knowledge of Dynamics AX or deep experience in a comparable ERP system
3-5 years working with o shore development organizations
Strong executive presence and demonstrated ability to build, extend and maintain senior client
relationships with executive steering committee members
Exceptional communication, team building and mentoring skills
Demonstrated ability to lead consulting teams comprising of 5+ senior level domain experts
Project Management fundamentals (e.g. PMI or equivalent) and Industry-speci c certi cations
Ability to travel up to 80%+ both within the US and Internationally based on client requirements and
BA or Master's degree in Computer Science or equivalent industry experience
Send cover letter and resume no later than Wednesday June 14th, 2017 to the Microso Global Talent
Acquisition team by entering to https://careers.microso .com/ lter by Trinidad and Tobago and apply
directly to the positions.
Applicants are also required to submit a copy of their application to:
Chief Manpower O cer,
Ministry of Labour & Small and Micro Enterprise Development,
Level 3, Duke Place,
50 -- 54 Duke Street,
Port of Spain.
Microsoft Trinidad and Tobago Limited
RADHICA DE SILVA
Last month's sudden departure of deputy direc-
tor of the Police Complaints Authority (PCA) An-
drew Stroude, has affected the Authority's ability
to investigate criminal offences involving police
officers, and complaints of corruption and serious
misconduct made against police officers.
PCA director David West, in revealing this, said unless
President Anthony Carmona appoints a new deputy di-
rector, the PCA cannot initiate any investigations of police
officers. This means that Monday's police killing of Daniel
Paul, as well as the killings of Raymond Joseph, 51, of
Mahaica Road, Point Fortin on April 1 and Paul Marchan
on March 16 in Diego Martin, cannot be investigated.
West said since Stroude vacated office on May 8, the
PCA's investigations have been stymied. "Right now the
PCA cannot initiate any investigations as there is no deputy
director. Appointing a deputy director is not within my
powers. The President has to appoint a deputy director
and we have had no deputy director since May 8," he said.
"We can take complaints but cannot investigate com-
plaints. I know the authorities will act as swiftly as possible
to appoint. We are encouraging people to continue to make
complaints and we will be taken up as soon as the deputy
director is appointed." The shooting of PH-driver Barry
Seepersad by a female police officer last month is another
case that has been put on hold.
Although West admitted the non-appointment of a
deputy director may result in a backlog of cases, he as-
sured that all matters will be investigated once a deputy
director is appointed.
Shroud, a former magistrate, was appointed for a five
year term as deputy director of the PCA in March last year.
However, ten months after he accepted the appointment,
Stroude was appointed an Industrial Court judge, follow-
ing a Cabinet decision in December. Paul's relatives said
yesterday they were disappointed that the PCA could not
immediately investigate. His sister Renee said they had
acquired CCTV footage which showed how her brother
Another close relative, who spoke anonymously, said
he was disheartened. "The way this country going people
don't get any justice. He is not the first and he won't be
the last. It's years people are waiting for justice. It is a very
unfair system," he said. Paul was one of three mentally
challenged men killed by the police in recent months.
against police on hold
JENSEN LA VENDE
Police officers are trained to deal
specifically with the mentally ill as part
of the recruit training curriculum, for-
mer head at the Police Academy ACP
Sterling Hackshaw said yesterday.
Hackshaw, in a telephone interview with
the T&T Guardian, refuted claims made
earlier by Insp Lester Kerr, who at the week-
ly press briefing announced that recruits
are not trained to deal with the mental-
ly ill. Kerr at the time was responding to
questions relating to the shooting death of
Daniel Paul at the hands of a police officer
after Paul reportedly threw rocks at them
and at cars.
"We don't have people trained to deal
with mentally ill persons. What would
normally happen is we would contact the
relevant authority if it becomes necessary.
But if a police officer is on any scene and
they feel that their life or any other per-
son's life is in danger then they would act
accordingly, but we are indeed saddened
by any loss of life" Kerr said.
Hackshaw's statement reflects that of
National Security Minister Edmund Dil-
lon, who in March, following the killing of a
mentally ill Paul Marchan in Diego Martin,
said the lawmen were sufficiently trained to
handle such instances. Last month during
a Joint Select Committee meeting, MPfor
Toco/Sangre Grande, and a retired police
officer, Glenda Jennings-Smith, said the
police are not properly trained to deal with
mental patients and called on the various
health bodies to stop neglecting their re-
sponsibility. At that time, she was respond-
ing to the killing of Miguel Rodriguez in
When contacted, Hackshaw said the
training was part of the curriculum at the
academy, however, having vacated that
post two years ago, and with changes in
the educational system both internally and
externally, he was unsure if the training re-
mained. See Page A13
Senior cop: They're trained but not equipped for mentally ill
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