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Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons to fill the position of Manager,
Laboratory Services at the North Central Regional Health Authority (NCRHA).
Manager, Laboratory Services
The incumbent will be required to facilitate the coordination and management of the
Laboratory Services, EWMSC. The Manager shall act in compliance with approved
procedures and regulations.
Coordinates, plans and organizes, the operational and personnel activities of the
Diagnostic Laboratory Services.
Formulates, implements and evaluate Laboratory policies, procedures and
programmes consistent with the institution.
Collaborates with the clinical head and heads of department to develop and
implement processes and initiatives to monitor and improve customer satisfaction.
Assists in the preparation of annual budget, statistical and financial reports and
monitor revenue/expenditure during the year.
Performs or oversee various administrative functions as delegated by the Clinical
Head, including maintaining appropriate inventory and staffing levels.
Minimum Requirements and Experience:
Bsc in Medical Laboratory Technology or Bsc in Health Care Administration.
Five (5) years or more in a supervisory capacity in health care or laboratory
Strong interpersonal, negotiation and communicative skills, analytical and diagnostic
Strong knowledge of quality management systems.
Applications must be submitted along with Curriculum Vitae by April 5, 2013 to:
Office of the Chief Executive Officer
North Central Regional Health Authority
Building #39, Third Floor
Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex
Unsuitable/late applications will not be acknowledged.
Schools chess teams from the region and beyond
will begin arriving in Trinidad today to compete
in the 2013 Pan Am Scholastic Chess Champi-
onship to be held at the National Academy for the
Performing Arts during the Easter holidays.
Some 70 competitors from 13 countries are expect-
ed to participate. Among them are Costa Rica, Cuba,
Chile, Venezuela and Puerto Rico.
The competition, being held in T&T for the first
time, is open to students between the ages of six
and seventeen. They will be competing in five age
categories, Under-7, Under-9, Under-11, Under-13
and Under 17.
The Pan Am Scholastic is part of a total package
under taken by the T&TCA in collaboration with
FIDE Americas of which Association president Rus-
sell Smith is general secretary.
Carifta selectees Jereem Richards, Lisa Wick-
ham, Khemani Roberts, Omari Benoit, Reubin
Walters and Ayodelle Taffe gave outstanding per-
formances on Sunday's final day of the 12th annu-
al Falcon Games at the Hasely Crawford Stadium.
Richards (Abilene Wildcats) won the men's 400m
in his best ever time of 45.51. Richards powered
past clubmate and early race leader Kyle Greaux
and Olympic finalist Jehue Gordon, to finish ahead
of Guyana's Stephon James (46.96) and Gordon
Wickham (Concorde) clocked a personal best in
the 100 metres of 11.56 when second in the
women's 100m to Concorde team-mate Nandel
Veteran Ayanna Hutchinson was third. Roberts
(Zenith) improved her pb in the high jump with
a distance of 1.70, erasing her previous mark of
1.65 set at the Carifta trials earlier this month.
Benoit (Tobago Falcons) took theB U17 event in a
pb of 1.90 ahead of training partner Edson Moses
Walters (Memphis) zoomed to the B U20 110m
hurdles title in new pb of 13.66. Walters also set
a personal best in of 52.85 in finished fourth in
the men's 400m hurdles on Saturday.
Reiging Carifta champion Kenejah Williams and
Chelsea James were also triumphant on Sunday.
Williams took the B U18 discus with a throw of
50.85. Daniel McNish (Striders) 35.91 was second.
Carifta bound Jeminise Parris (Memphis) and
Kermisha Parris (Toco Titans) finished 1-2 in the
Girls U18 100m hurdles in 14.59 and 15.25 respec-
tively. While Boys U20 100m representative Ayodelle
Taffe (Abilene Wildcats) won the men's 100m B
finals in 10.55 second (pb).
The Carifta B U20 4x400m team of Theon
Lewis, Asa Guevera, Jonathan Farinha and Machel
Cedenio clocked an outstanding time of 3:11.09
in winning the men's 4x400m.
In the multi-events, Tyriq Horsford (Zenith) and
Aquilla St. Louis (D'Abadie Progressive) led the
way. Horsford topped the field in the B 13-14 hep-
tathlon winning by 4903 points.
He was 751 points ahead of second place Aaron
Caesar (Pt. Fortin New Jets) 4152. St. Louis also
dominated the 13-14 equivalent scoring 3287 to
win from Anya Akili (Zenith) 3124.
The visiting Trupial club of Curacao secured
both 11-12 Pentathlon crowns. Daniel Balentina
took the boy's event (2627) while Urshely Louisa
was the girls' winner (2177).
Tonya Nero captured the women's 10K
road race in 37minutes 31 seconds ahead of
Grenadian Kenesha Spann (39.39) and
Jenelle Nedd (40.46).
Kenyan Silas Kisorio took the men's race
in 32.27 to deny local Richard Jones (32.27),
Matthew Hagley (32.35).
Pan Am Scholastic
chess starts at
the women's 100m
finals on the
second day of
action at the 12th
Games at the
Cameron, left, was
first in 11.46 ahead
of Lisa Wickham,
centre, and Ayanna
Carifta athletes shine
at Falcons Games
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