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Qualifications: Working knowledge of all
Must be Computer Literate
Kindly submit applications by
5th July, 2013
Human Resources Department
c/o P. O. Box 138
Unsuitable applications will not
185 Cipero Street, San Fernando
The Managing Director
Ramdeen's Industrial & Safety Supply Limited
#185 Cipero Street, San Fernando
The Business Development Manager reports directly to the General Manager and is
responsible for leading the growth and expansion of the organisation in its assigned mar-
ket/demographic. The primary role of the Business Development Manager is to prospect
new clients through advertising and marketing, required to develop, recommend, support
and coordinate the implementation of effective marketing and sales strategies, recom-
mending and administering customer service policies, plans and programs to enhance cus-
tomer relationships and to provide management with relevant statistical information to be
used in the decision making process. The incumbent will also be responsible for assisting
in optimizing market share, direct the activities of the department and ensure compliance
with policies, systems and procedures. Working with the hospital Operations team as a key
team member to support and lead the sales and marketing effort that compliment the hos-
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
• Promotes and motivates sales/marketing and other key staff in referral and admission development.
• Tracks acute care hospital referrals and trends for growth opportunities.
• Assist in the recruiting, hiring and training of hospital liaisons (CSRs), reception and
admissions staff when needed for open positions.
• Provides guidance, training and support to hospital liaisons (CSRs), reception and
admissions and General Manager on Marketing/Business development activities.
• Ensures proper administration of policies and procedures utilized in providing a central
intake and admissions process for the hospital.
• Establishes admissions goals for the hospital, monitors on a daily basis, and intervenes
when necessary to overcome shortfalls.
• Serves as trouble-shooter for hospital and implements strategies for improvement.
• Develops measurable performance standards for hospital business development
• Communicates the organization's mission, strategies, values, philosophy, expectations
A Master's Degree in related field or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Minimum of eight (8) to ten (10) years experience in senior Sales Management experience
over the Sales and Marketing functions.
Strong and effective leadership skills with demonstrated ability to coordinate activities,
training and managing sales and operation teams.
Ability to work both independently and within a team environment with effective and effi-
cient communication, team building and problem-solving skills.
Demonstrated ability to build and maintain referral relationships with hospitals, physi-
cians, surgeons, registrars, ward managers and case managers.
Suitable applicants can forward their CV to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Two years after Egyptians gathered for dramatic
protests to bring down their leader, dissidents are
bracing for deja vu.
The Tamarod---"Rebellion"---movement is plan-
ning massive protests Sunday calling for President
Mohamed Morsi s impeachment. The group said
nearly 20 million Egyptians had signed its petition
"Since the arrival of (Morsi) to power, the average
citizen still has the feeling that nothing has been
achieved so far from the revolution goals which
were life in dignity, freedom, social justice and
national independence," the Tamarod campaign
states. "(Morsi) was a total failure in achieving every
single goal, no security has been re-established and
no social security realised."
The imminent unrest prompted the US Embassy
in Cairo to close its doors to the public on Sunday,
which is normally a workday in Egypt.
"As potentially violent protest activity may occur
before June 30, US citizens are advised to maintain
a low profile and restrict movement to the immediate
area of their residences and neighbourhoods starting
on June 28," the embassy said in a statement.
The Egyptian military said it would intervene if
Morsi s Salafi supporters carry out their threats to
disperse these protests by force. Salafis are hard-
line Islamists who have called for Sharia law in the
Egypt's Mubarak wins petition
but will stay detained
Morsi came to power last year amid hopes that
he could mitigate dissent stemming from two
decades of ousted president Hosni Mubarak s rule.
Speaking yesterday evening, President Morsi said
he had done "his best to evaluate the situation".
"I was right in some cases, and wrong in other
cases," he said.
"I have discovered after a year in charge that for
the revolution to achieve its goals it needs radical
"Every revolution has enemies and every nation
has challenges," he said, adding that he would "build
on the positives and address the negatives."
The head of the army earlier warned it would
not allow Egypt to slip into "uncontrollable con-
An Egyptian girl with the colours of Egypt's national
flag, red, white and black, holds up a red card with
Arabic reading, "Morsi leave," during a protest
against Muslim Brotherhood and Egyptian President
Mohammed Morsi in front of the Ministry of
Defense, in Cairo, Egypt, yesterday. AP PHOTO
An Indian television journalist
who reported on deadly floods while
sitting on the shoulders of a survivor
has been sacked, says the channel
he worked for. The reporter had
been widely criticised after the video
A News Express statement called
his behaviour "inhuman." The chan-
nel says it did not broadcast the
footage and does not know who
More than 800 people have died
in floods and landslides which swept
parts of northern India ten days ago.
Video of Narayan Pargaien report-
ing from Uttarakhand state, which
has borne the brunt of the disaster,
has been viewed thousands of times
In it, he perches on the shoulders
of a man who is standing in flood
waters, while the reporter delivers a
piece to the camera. (BBC)
TV reporter sacked over video
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