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Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons to fill the position of Database Administrator at the North Central
Regional Health Authority (NCRHA)
The Database Administrator will have responsibility for data architecture, including the design of databases and database
applications, in an integrated, multi-platform computing environment.
• Installs, configure, troubleshoot, and maintain all database applications inclusive of SQL Server; Oracle, Microsoft Exchange.
• Manages the security and administration of the North-Central Regional Health Authority's databases.
• Implements, configure and troubleshoot database instances, replication, bachup, partitions, storage, and access.
• Maintains and carry out problem solving for all supported databases on all supported platforms.
• Maintains data integrity of the databases
• Performs related duties as assigned
Minimum Requirements and Experience
• A Bachelor of Science in Computer Science or equivalent IT program
• Post Graduate Certification in Computer Information Systems would he an asset
• Knowledge of the Database Industry and Major Software vendors
• Comprehensive Knowledge of Structured Query Language (SQL) and procedural extension language, e.g PL /SQL,
• Five (5) years of increasingly responsible experience in database management, systems analysis and programming
Experience in SQL Server.
• Experience with patient care-oriented databases and health care based financial and administrative database applications
would be an asset.
Applications must be submitted along with Curriculum Vitae by April 5, 2013 to:
Office of the Chief Operations Officer
North Central Regional Health Authority
Building #39, Third Floor
Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex
UNSUITABLE/LATE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACKNOWLEDGED.
The Frederick Stud Farm Limited owned colt
Afterthebooks will race from pole position one in
the 1,800 metres National Lottery Control Board
(NLCB) Easter Guineas at Santa Rosa Park on Easter
The NLCB Guineas is one of two feature events on
the Arima Race Club's (ARC) programme.
Pre-race favourite for the first jewel of the local
racing "Triple Crown" is the John O'Brien trained
Prince Zeshan. He will race from stall two as owner
Mohali Stables selected that post position at the press
conference held in the NLCB Suite at the Queen's Park
CHEPSTOW---It was only on Sunday that
Britain's busiest jockey got off the mark with a
treble at the same course and the key provider
was once again trainer Ron Harris.
Morris was on the right one of the Chepstow
trainer's pair in the opening Lingfield Park
Owners Group Selling Stakes with Alhaban (3/1),
while 7/4 favourite Hidden Link appreciated
the drop back to a mile to run out an easy
three-length scorer in the Aurora Fireworks Hand-
"Ron's horses are in good form at the moment---
let's hope it continues," said Morris.
There was drama at both ends of the Demelza
House Childrens Hospice Handicap with The
Happy Hammer the villain of the piece.
Eugene Stamford's gelding stumbled leaving
the stalls, sending Steve Drowne straight to the
floor but the jockey was thankfully unharmed.
Arima Race Club
Le King, left,
trophy from and
Sawh, during a
Oval in Port-of-Spain. The St James Stakes run-
ner-up, War of Words, one of three entrants from
the powerful O'Brien stable will race from stall six.
Leading rider and former champion jockey Emile
Ramsammy will ride Pot of Gold for O'Brien and
the Roma Sagan Maraj owned horse could go all
Two years ago, the Glenn Mendez trained Touch
D Road won this event before going on to win the
Midsumer Classic but blotted his copy in the final
"Triple Crown" event, the Derby. This year, the
'Magical Mendez' is without a runner in the event.
The Harold Chadee trained Run Ron which was
impressive last time out, will race widest of all from
stall eight. He will be ridden by Wilmer Galviz.
St Ann's third Heidi Tzippi, from the Rohit Dube
Stables, will jump from pole position five for owner
Betram Dookeran and she will be ridden by Ricky
Jadoo. Others in the field include Black Peper and
Readyfortheroad which hails from the top yard of
Derick Mosca and champion owner Shivam Maharaj.
In the co-feature NLCB Champagne Stakes over
1,600 metres on the turf, the O'Brien trained Sil-
verleo, the mount of Emile Ramsammy will race
from pole position one. The 2012 Gold Cup winner
Mobthewarrior from the Stephen Jardim stable will
go close under champion jockey Brian Boodramsing
who has no ride in the Guineas.
Top turf performer Just Call Me Roger from the
Mendez barn will be ridden by Wilmer Galviz and
he is expected to go close for owner Paul Mouttet.
He will race from stall four.
The fastest horse on the turf Fly Junior will race
from post position five for owner/trainer Maniram
President of the Arima Race Club, Hugh Lee
King said, "The purses for the two features are
He stated that the race was run on Indian Arrival
Day and for three years, the NLCB have been spon-
soring the event. He warned, however, that only
one horse can win the "Triple Crown" and that
will be the winner of the Guineas.
Vice Chairman of the NLCB, Ricardo Borde said
that the sponsorship of NLCB is symbolic of NLCB
commitment to the sport. He maintained that NLCB
is bent on "giving back" and that too is symbolic.
Borde said that the relationship between the ARC
and the NLCB is timely and appropriate. Borde said
that the ARC has key accounts and the NLCB was
happy to associate and partner with the Arima Race
He said that this race is the first in the Triple
Crown series. In ending, he stated that racing plays
an important part in the lives of many in Trinidad
and Tobago. "Monday will be a fun day and there
will be activities for all," he said as he encouraged
all to come out to the races.
Eight line up for NLCB Guineas
in title race
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