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To assist in the Company's cash management activities, including monitoring cash
reserves and overseeing investment transactions and the liability management
Qualifications and Experience:
• Undergraduate degree in Finance or related subject or equivalent on-the-job
Minimum of 2 years' experience in a treasury-related function
Oversee cash management activities including monitoring of bank accounts to
ensure that obligations are met as they become due and action required is
initiated in a timely manner
Prepare cash flow projections/forecasts to determine periods of cash shortfall
and make recommendations as appropriate
Negotiate/recommend options for investment of surplus funds in keeping with
the Investment of Surplus Funds and related Policies
Initiate and monitor action required under the approved liability management
strategy, and make recommendations as appropriate
Partner with accounting and audit personnel as required to ensure that controls
and internal procedures in treasury systems are adequate and operational and
make recommendations as appropriate
Provide advice and suggestions on the liability management strategy based on
new regulations and/or market opportunities as may arise from time to time
Provide reports in accordance with the debt covenants for each bond/debenture
May 17, 2013
The Manager, Human Resources
Trinidad and Tobago Mortgage Finance Co Ltd
P.O. Box 1096, Port of Spain
Unsuitable applications will not be acknowledged.
sional Sheldon Bateau will
be looking to finish his first
full season in Europe on a
high, when his KV Meche-
len takes on Sporting
Charleroi on Saturday with
a chance to qualify for the
Europa League at stake.
Mechelen drew 0-0 in
the opening leg of the
play-offs and should they
win on the weekend, they would
advance to the final stage of the play-
offs from which the winners will make
it to the Europa League.
"This is an all-important game for
us on Saturday as a win puts us into
the next round of the play-offs and then
we'll be pushing for a spot in the Europa
League," Bateau said on Sunday.
The former San Juan Jabloteh player
notched a double in Mechelen's 4-2
win over Waasland-Beveren on Satur-
day to help the club finish the regular
season in eighth spot.
"It was an amazing feeling to score
two goals and help the club in this posi-
tion. It was not just my first goal but
a double and it turned out to be a spe-
cial night for me," he added.
The former national under-23 and
under-20 captain said he has surprised
himself with his run of form this season
"I keep surprising myself and the
club because when they think they've
seen my full potential I have stepped
up another level and it's all in my mind.
After every game the fans ask if I'll be
at this club next year because they know
the bigger clubs are watching but all I
can do for now is to keep focused and
keep improving myself as well as help
the club achieve more success," he said.
There's no feeling like that when you
score a goal and there's certainly nothing
that compares to your first professional
Ask Cordell Cato. The 20-year-old
found the mark to help San Jose Earth-
quakes to a 2-2 draw with Chivas USA
in Major League Soccer action on the
"It was a feeling I've been missing
for a year now," Cato said.
His goal meant it was only the second
time San Jose scored more than a single
goal in one match this season.
"That was really important, because
the thing with us in a lot of games, the
chances have been there but unfortu-
nately, whether it's a block or a miss, it
hasn't been coming," Cato told MLSsoc-
cer.com. "This is just a step forward, get-
ting two goals in a game. Hopefully, going
forward, it's all going to get better."
for Cup glory
He never had the chance to contest
an English FA Cup final as a player, but
ex-national defender Den-
nis Lawrence will get the
opportunity to take home
some FA Cup silverware as
a coach when his Wigan
Athletic takes on Manches-
ter City in the grand final
at Wembley on May 11.
Lawrence is in his third
season with Wigan as an
assistant to head coach/man-
ager Roberto Martinez. He
is the first coach from the Caribbean to
be involved in an English FA Cup final.
Former West Ham United goalkeeper
Shaka Hislop, who has been on that stage
before, described Lawrence's accomplish-
ment "as something to be very proud of."
"It's a great achievement for someone
like Dennis who is still relatively young
in the coaching business."
Martinez insists that Wigan must
avoid relegation. They are in 18th spot
with 32 points from 34 games, one match
less than their fellow relegation strugglers
Queen's Park Rangers and Aston Villa,
tied on 25 points. Wigan has three league
games left and trails Newcastle by five
points but with a game in hand.
"If we (avoid relegation) it will be an
incredible achievement to secure a ninth
[consecutive] season in the Premier
League...If we don't, then reaching the
Cup final will become an empty
achievement," Martinez said.
"Getting to the final is a historic
moment for this club and one we are proud
of. But we can only count this season as
a success if we stay in the Premier League."
Tim Kee keeps
The next few weeks promise to be
interesting for the Trinidad and Tobago
Football Federation as efforts continue
to get the local governing body back on
a level of stability and respectability.
Despite financial woes still being an
issue, president Raymond Tim Kee has
been on a series of meetings with offi-
cials and stakeholders both at home
and abroad who have T&T's best inter-
est at heart. Positive developments are
expected to be announced in coming
days and Tim Kee remains optimistic.
"It's been a long, arduous journey
thus far but we have covered some good
ground and there is some promising
developments made along the way,"
Tim Kee said.
"The immediate focus is not just get-
ting the senior men's team as best ready
as possible for the Concacaf Gold Cup
but we are working around the clock on
strengthening our relationship with our
stakeholders and partners. And we are
working towards gaining back the trust
of everyone concerned as well as improv-
ing our image as we move forward into
this new era of local football. It's not
going to come overnight but we are fully
committed towards making it a reality."
Shaun Fuentes is the media officer
for the TTFF/Soca Warriors.
KV Mechelen's Sheldon Bateau, left, will be looking to help his team qualify for the Europa League on
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