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Monday, January 8, 2018
I take this
to come into
you are, to
tell you a bit
of what we
we have done,
and what we
will be doing
in the year
ahead... I want
to tell you
why we have
we have done
or are doing
some of the
we have set
about to do
Applications are invited for suitably qualified persons for the post of CAMPUS REGISTRAR,
UWI, St. Augustine Campus.
The St. Augustine Campus is looking for a level 5 leader to take charge of the affairs of the
Registry in these challenging times. The Campus Registrar is the most Senior
Administrator on the Campus and in accordance with Ordinance 21 discharges the
functions of that office under statutes 19.1 (e), 19.2, 23.5 and 38.4 (a) in addition to being
secretary to all campus committees.
Applications should be sent to the University Registrar, Office of Administration, The Vice-Chancellery, The University of the West
Indies, Mona, Kingston 7, Jamaica, West Indies. Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. Full CV
and application forms, which must be completed and can be obtained at the above address and at http://www.uwi.edu/jobs,
must be submitted. In order to expedite the appointment procedures, applicants are advised to ask their referees to send
references under CONFIDENTIAL cover DIRECTLY to the University Registrar at the above address without waiting to be
contacted by the University.
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION IS JANUARY 31, 2018
QUALIFICATION, TRAINING & EXPERIENCE
• The successful applicant must have a higher
• A PhD or EdD. in Higher Education
Administration/or leadership would be an asset.
He/she must have a minimum of 15 years experience at a
senior management level and must have led a sizeable team.
A sound understanding of current national and global trends
and issues in Higher Education would also be required.
• Leading the Units/Divisions/Departments under
the Office of the Campus Registrar.
• Leading institutional transformation with a central
role in forward planning, development, strategy
and continuous improvement initiatives.
• Leading strategy implementation with Balanced
Scorecard Tools, to improve the efficiency and
effectiveness of administrative procedures, systems
• Servicing all statutory meetings of Campus,
including, Campus Council/Academic
Board/Campus F&GPC/Campus Appointments
• Ensuring that Enterprise Management Systems viz
Banner Students and Peoplesoft are being used
• Ensuring that the maintenance and security of the
campus are administered properly.
• Interpreting the Statutes, Ordinances and
Regulations and ensuring compliance with same.
• Prudent budget management.
• Cooperating with the University Registrar to ensure
uniformity of administrative procedures, systems
and standards across the campuses.
• Performing other duties as may be required by the
The individual should have an accessible and visible
leadership style, effective listening skills, good interpersonal
and organisational skills and a commitment to collaboration
and shared governance.
PROPERTY SITUATE AT LOT A, CORNER OF
REASHA DRIVE AND DYETTE STREET, CUNUPIA
SALE FOR TUESDAY 23RD JANUARY, 2018
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that by Pursuant to the
Order of the Honourable Mr. Justice Frank Seepersad dated
the 27th March, 2017 in High Court Action No. CV2014-
03847 RBC ROYAL BANK (TRINIDAD & TOBAGO)
LIMITED -V- REUBEN RAHAMAT that there will be
put up for sale by Public Auction by the undersigned at
the Auction Mart at L.P. No. 33 Seventh Street, Barataria
between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.
THE SCHEDULE HEREIN REFERRED TO:
ALL AND SINGULAR that certain piece or parcel of land
together with the buildings thereon and the appurtenances
thereto belonging situate in the Ward of Chaguanas in the
Island of Trinidad comprising EIGHT HUNDRED AND
FIFTY POINT THREE SQUARE METERS (840.3 M2)
more or less (but erroneously described in the schedule to
deed registered as No. DE200301981327D001 (hereinafter
referred to as “the said deed”) as comprising Eight Hundred
a larger of land comprising ONE Acre described in the
Schedule to deed registered as No. 2271 of 1981) and
bounded on the North by Dyette Trace and on the South by
Lot Bon the East by a Road Reserve 7.62 meters wide and
on the West by Lot A 75 and which said piece or parcel of
land is delineated coloured pink and numbered ‘A” on the
Plan marked “X” and annexed to the said deed.
Dated this 4th day January, 2018.
Is/ Peter Soon
Peter Soon & Co. Ltd
The property above-mentioned will be sold as is where is
subject to all outstanding rates, taxes and assessments due
thereon as at the time of sale.
PM: Country will win war on crime
• Following is an edited version of
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley’s
address to the nation last night.
Fellow citizens, as we settle into
our various routines, wherever
and whatever that might be, I trust
that we all had a joyous Christ-
mas Season, shared with family,
friends and community spirit.
As we reflect on the arrival of
2018 and all that it holds for us, let
us spare a thought or a prayer for
those individuals and families who
have been victims of violent crime
from one direction or another.
Their pain is our pain and even
as the New Year has opened with
reports of the continued murder-
ous scourge on our land I want to
appeal to all citizens to keep hope
alive in this war against the heart-
less family members and career-
We must continue to support the
police in the national effort which,
last year, saw 1064 firearms of all
description and 18,000 rounds of
ammunition confiscated, record
numbers for the Caribbean, yet
we face almost record number
killings. Additionally, over 12,000
persons were arrested last year.
We must, and we will, win this
war on crime. New approaches
energy is beginning to affect the
ranks of the Police Service and
already we are seeing improve-
ments in response and detections.
Notwithstanding many huge nega-
tives which still exist, we are head-
ing in the right direction. We need
to increase speed on all fronts so
that we can get to that destination
of safety and security which the
With appropriate leadership
and effective actions all around,
from the home to the Parliament,
from the school yard to the Police
Station, we will overcome the vi-
olent few who are determined
to make hell out of this paradise
which we all have inherited as our
As we launch out in 2018, I take
this opportunity to come into
your homes, or wherever you are,
to tell you a bit of what we have
been doing, what we have done,
and what we will be doing in the
year ahead. Most importantly,
I want to tell you why we have
done what we have done or are
doing some of the things which
we have set about to do on your
As you are well aware by now,
for quite some time, our econ-
omy has been facing a decline in
the production of oil and gas, two
commodities that make the main
contribution to our gross national
product, government revenues,
our exports and foreign exchange
Energy sector revenues were
hit by a dramatic collapse in in-
ternational oil and gas prices and
our own low production levels.
The combination of these factors
gave rise to a sharp decline of
over 90% in tax revenues coming
• Continues on Page A11
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley
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