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The National Infrastructure Development Company Limited (NIDCO) is a Special Purpose State Enterprise
established by the Government of Trinidad and Tobago to manage the delivery of assigned infrastructure
projects in drainage and flood control, reclamation, highway and transportation sectors. NIDCO is inviting
applications for the following position:
Summary of Functions
Responsible for maintaining accurate accounting records, preparing the accounting records for periodical
reviews, advising the Vice President Finance on matters pertaining to the planning and accomplishment of
the projects assigned to NIDCO, implementation and maintenance of the accounting systems and the date
therein, development and implementation of procedures and controls and the preparation of monthly and
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Plans and administers accounting systems and advises on accounting matters.
Develops and implements financial and accounting systems for the organization to provide records of
assets, liabilities and financial transactions.
Advises on matters such as financial policies and investment portfolios.
Manages and effectively conducts all activities pertaining to cash disbursement, purchases, wages and
taxes and ensuring the maintenance of proper accounting records in respect of these transactions.
Monitors expenditure or credit issued on work in progress to ensure compliance with NIDCO policies and
procedures and relevant Government regulations.
Plans, co-ordinates and conducts audits of records and procedures.
Conducts financial reconciliation activities into use of working capital and deviation from budgets.
Audits accounting and book-keeping records of the company.
Prepares and certifies financial reports and statements to management, Board of Directors or
shareholders of the organization.
Prepares budgets and forecasts.
Maintains all accounting controls and assess the risks associated with the company.
Educational, Qualification and Experience Requirements
Qualified Accountant having ACCA, CPA or CIMA
At least five (5) years practical experience in a computerized accounting environment and at least two
(2) years at a supervisory level.
Good understanding of financial services and accounting systems.
Competency in developing and implementing accounting strategy.
Proficiency and knowledge in the accounting software applications.
THE HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT
National Infrastructure Development Co. Ltd
No 3 Melbourne Street
Port of Spain
CLOSING DATE FOR RECEIPT
OF APPLICATIONS IS
JUNE 12TH, 2013.
Unsuitable applications will not be acknowledged.
Ivory Coast beat Gambia 3-0 in World
Cup qualifying yesterday, while Ethiopia
and Zambia gained crucial victories that
put South Africa and Ghana at risk of miss-
ing out on football s top tournament.
Lacina Traore, Wilfried Bony and Yaya
Toure scored in Gambia for the Ivorians,
keeping Africa s top-ranked team in control
of Group C and on course for a place in the
decisive five final playoffs as one of ten
qualifying group winners.
In Group A, Ethiopia s run continued
with a 2-1 win in Botswana to stay two
points ahead of 2010 host South Africa and
a step closer to a first appearance at the
World Cup in Brazil next year. South Africa
beat Central African Republic 3-0 in neutral
Cameroon, but has just two games left in
the group stage to overhaul a two-point
Africa s only quarter-finalist at the last
World Cup, Ghana also is in danger of miss-
ing out following Zambia s 4-0 win over
Lesotho---which kept the 2012 African Cup
champion a point ahead of the Black Stars,
who won 3-1 in Sudan on Friday.
Tunisia was held 2-2 in Sierra Leone,
coming back from 1-0 and 2-1 down with
Fakhreddine Ben Youssef s 90th-minute
equaliser in Freetown. That still left the
Tunisians with a four-point lead atop Group
B and in pole position for the all-or-nothing
playoffs after Cape Verde s 2-1 win over
Republic of Congo is the surprise leader
of Group E, holding a six-point advantage
Ivory Coast wins easily
...SAfrica, Ghana in danger
after drawing 0-0 in Gabon ahead of African Cup
of Nations finalist Burkina Faso s meeting with Niger
today. And Senegal heads a now-tight Group J after
giving up an early lead against Angola via striker
Papiss Cisse to draw 1-1. Uganda beat Liberia 1-0 to
close within a point of the Senegalese.
Ivory Coast cruised past Gambia for a third win
out of four in its group, with midfielder Toure capping
a smooth display with his late goal. Closest challenger
Tanzania is in Morocco later Saturday.
South Africa overcame a grueling 36-hour trip to
Yaounde after travel problems to beat Central African
Republic with goals by Bernard Parker, Siphiwe Tsha-
balala and Katlego Mphela. But the Ethiopians, who
returned to the African Cup after a long absence this
year, maintained their push for an historic World
Cup appearance with victory in Gaborone. Ethiopia
and South Africa meet in the crucial next round.
Jacob Mulenga had a brace for Zambia, which has
also never been to the World Cup. Ghana kept up
the chase with the help of a brace from striker
Asamoah Gyan in Sudan.
Tunisia s hopes were boosted with Cape Verde s
victory over Equatorial Guinea, preventing the former
African Cup host from closing the gap on the North
Africans. Republic of Congo is also closing in on the
playoffs along with Senegal.
Libya drew with Congo in Tripoli in Group I on
Friday, leaving Cameroon with the opportunity to
go three points clear if it beats a struggling Togo
team on Sunday.
African champion Nigeria beat Kenya on Wednes-
day to open a two-point in Group F, while Egypt
can stamp home its dominance in Group G if it beats
bottom-place Zimbabwe in Harare on Sunday.
Algeria and Mali are level on six points at the top
of Group H ahead of their games on Sunday against
Benin and Rwanda, respectively. Africa s qualifying
competition will then move straight to its penultimate
round of group games next week. (AP)
VILLARREAL---Villarreal sealed its promotion to
Spain s top division after beating Almeria 1-0 yes-
Villarreal will return to the top flight after spending
one season in the second division, which it finished
in second place behind the already promoted Elche.
Almeria, Girona, Alcorcon, and Las Palmas will
play a two-round playoff with the winner also going
up.Forward Jonathan Pereira scored the winner in the
56th minute. A long pass from Ruben "Cani" Garcia
found Pereira behind Almeria s high defensive line
and he fired beyond the goalkeeper.
Almeria, which needed a win to move past Villarreal
and finish runner-up, bossed the first half but went
no closer than Fernando Soriano s shot off the post
in the 21st.
Villarreal captain Marcos Senna went on as a sub-
stitute just before the final whistle and was tossed
in the air by his team-mates after their overjoyed
home fans invaded the pitch at El Madrigal Stadi-
"This is huge," said Marcos Senna, a 37-year-old
midfielder and former Spain international. "I had
said that I didn t want to retire in the second division
and that has come true."
Before celebrating its promotion, Villarreal held a
short homage for Manolo Preciado, its coach who
died of a heart attack a year ago, one day after being
hired by the club. (AP)
Spain's top division
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