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Tuesday, April 17, 2018
DIVISION OF FINANCE AND THE ECONOMY
INVESTMENT AND PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP UNIT
The Administrator of the Division of Finance and the Economy is inviting applications from
suitably qualified persons to fill the following contract positions in the Investment and Public
Private Partnership Unit.
SENIOR LEGAL OFFICER
Having a Law Degree with emphasis on Contracting, Corporate Finance or Project Finance;
Admission to practice law in Trinidad and Tobago; A minimum of five (5) years of successful and
verifiable experience in corporate finance or a project finance environment.
SENIOR FINANCIAL ANALYST
Having a Master’s Degree in Business Administration or Post Graduate qualification in Finance,
three (3) years of successful, and relevant experience in financial modelling or in a project finance
environment. In addition to excellent communication skills; ability to analyze proposals and
provide solid recommendations to ensure that risks are managed or mitigated.
BUSINESS OPERATIONS ASSISTANT II
Having an Associate degree, Association of Business Executives Diploma, or Certificate in Public
Administration; A minimum of three (3) years of experience providing support at a high level;
Strong organizational skills that reflect ability to perform and prioritize multiple tasks seamlessly
with excellent attention to detail.
Interested persons should submit applications including Curriculum Vitae and two references to:
The Administrator, Division of Finance and the Economy,
Level 3-Victor E. Bruce Financial Complex,
#6-10 Post Office Street 900212, Scarborough, Tobago.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: FRIDAY APRIL 20TH 2018
For more information, please visit the Division’s Facebook page or website at fte.tha.gov.tt
Find the job
Planning for job seekers
Preparing for your next job search
he steps you take in the
search for your new job
are crucial. By laying the
groundwork now, you
will be well positioned to
tackle the job search process from
the starting blocks. Following are
some tips to help you through the
Update your resume.
The most essential element of any
job search is an up to date resume.
If you haven’t touched your re-
sume in a while, dust it off and
make sure it highlights your most
recent skills, areas of responsibility
Taking a little time over several
weeks to work on this document is
better than rushing to complete it
all at once – especially if you need
to use it in a hurry.
Keep in mind that this draft of
your resume is a starting point.
You’ll want to customise it to each
position that you apply for.
Keep your profile current. Your
professional profile on networking
websites such as LinkedIn serves
as an informational resume for re-
Make sure your profile is com-
plete and current.
Also consider taking advantage of
the extra features these sites offer.
For example, LinkedIn allows you
to secure recommendations from
members of your network for dis-
play on your page.
Adding these to your profile can
help you stand out from the crowd.
Make new friends.
The best time to expand your net-
work of business connections is
when you don’t need a job.
Reaching out to new contacts
now allows you to nurture these re-
Maintain regular communication
with your contacts and offer assis-
tance as necessary.
You will reap the rewards when
you launch your own search as
they’ll be more inclined to return
the favour if you have developed a
Prepare your references.
You’ll need several people whom
you’ve worked with to sing your
praises to prospective employers
when your search begins. Now is
a great time to start indentifying
these contacts. Although most hir-
ing managers ask to speak to two or
three individuals, you might want
to prepare more people than this.
Like your resume, a reference list
should be customised to each op-
That means you will want to call
on people who can speak on several
different aspects of your career – for
example your work ethic, manage-
ment skills or ability to work with
Let each person know you will
contact him or her if a prospective
employer has requested your refer-
By preparing for your entry into
the job market now, you’ll be ready
to take advantage of new opportuni-
ties as they arise.
If you haven’t touched your resume in a while, dust it off
and make sure it highlights your most recent skills, areas
of responsibility and accomplishments.
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