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SECURITY & LOGISTICS MANAGER
The Regional Judicial and Legal Services Commission invites applications
for the position of Security and Logistics Manager. Prospective candidates
must be familiar with the protocol regarding diplomatic relations and have
the ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with all levels
of staff within the organization and external stakeholders, especially high-
CARICOM member states.
The candidate must have extensive knowledge and experience in the use of
modern technologies and techniques to minimize security risks and develop
comprehensive strategies for the protection of the organization's staff and
Thorough knowledge of the laws of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago
including the occupational Safety and Health Act is required. Excellent
human relations, interpersonal, communications (oral and written) and
presentation skills are also required.
Minimum Education and Experience
• At least eight (8) years' experience in Security Management or Protective
• Further information including the Job Description and how to apply can
be accessed via the "Careers" page at www.ccj.org/career.
Deadline for submission of applications is
Friday 18th May 2018 by 4:00 p.m. Atlantic Standard Time.
REGIONAL JUDICIAL AND LEGAL SERVICES COMMISSION
Notice is hereby given that the 71st Annual General Meeting of TECU Credit
Union Co-operative Society Limited will be held at the PETROTRIN Pointe-
a-Pierre Club, Pointe-a-Pierre on Friday 20th April 2018 at 4:30 p.m.
• Receive the reports of the Board of Directors, Supervisory and Credit
Committees and the Financial Statements of the Credit Union for the year
ended December 31st, 2017.
Transact any other ordinary business of the Credit Union
Registration Commences at 2:30 p.m.
Members are advised that Dividends will be credited to your Share Account as
is customary and can be withdrawn from April 23rd 2018.
April 7th 2018
NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
T&T is in very big trouble, says St
Augustine MP Prakash Ramadhar.
He said the time has come for both
the Government and citizens to join
hands and tackle the main issues to
repair the fabric of society before it
deteriorates any further.
Speaking during a press confer-
ence at his constituency of ice yes-
terday, Ramadhar said "Society is not
feeling comfortable and we therefore
have to appreciate now that we need
to ix T&T."
He said while efforts were made
in the past, there needed to be a
renewed sense of commitment to
tackle crime, economic stagnation,
and social issues.
Ramadhar said he was disturbed
over the lack of urgency by the au-
thorities "to ix the problems we
have faced for some time and will
continue to face in the future."
According to Ramadhar, the issue
of party campaign inance reform
was also "critically important."
Pointing to allegations of nepo-
tism, favouritism, and kick-backs
which plagued the previous admin-
istration, Ramadhar said "another
election comes on the hind legs of
corruption allegations and the same
thing repeats itself."
He said many citizens believed
that successive governments were
not looking after the interests of the
people but rather that of themselves.
As the former leader of the Con-
gress of the People (COP), Rama-
dhar was part of the Joint Select
Committee appointed to propose a
legislative framework to govern the
inancing of election campaigns dur-
Holding aloft a copy of the irst
report, Ramadhar said "When we
brought procurement legislation
before the Parliament, that was an
important and signi icant move to-
wards restoring some level of trust in
the society that when contracts are
handed out after a due process, the
country should feel comfortable that
the money being spent is for good
value and that there is no favouritism
in that process."
Claiming that campaign and party
inance reform had been on the
agenda for an equally long time,
Ramadhar appealed to the current
administration to return it to the
front burner now as the committee's
work had been cut short by the 2015
Toyota launches A ya
St Augustine MP Prakash Ramadhar at
his Railway Road, Tunapuna office,
yesterday. PICTURE ABRAHAM DIAZ
We need to ix T&T
Toyota Trinidad and Tobago Ltd (TTTL) yesterday launched the Agya motor car. During the launch at TTTL's San
Fernando Branch, near Southpark Shopping Complex, TTTL's president Shigeru Ito said Yaris was just the
beginning. Agya means fast in Sanskrit, Ito said. "Don't let the size fool you. In photo, Ito, left and Rayan
Latchu, vice president with the new Agya.
PICTURE RISHI RAGOONATH
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