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NATIONAL QUARRIES COMPANY LIMITED
Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the Environmental Officer II is generally responsible for conducting
and coordinating prescribed functions that relate to rehabilitation works, waste water management and
conducting environmental monitoring activities related to the ISO 140001:2004 Standards.
MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES & PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES:
1. Develop and co-ordinate rehabilitation works of exhausted areas.
2. Manage the operations at the Tilapia Facility and to co-ordinate all its requirements.
3. Keep up to date with legislation regulation, codes of practice and good practice as it related to the
environment and rehabilitation of Scott's Quarry and Turure.
4. To maintain and update environmental non-conformances; environmental observations; environmental
corrective/preventive action; environmental records; spill records.
5. To conduct and co-ordinate as necessary prescribed environmental monitoring activities.
6. To develop and co-ordinate water management plan for silted water from processing.
7. To assist in the functioning of the water recycling plant.
8. To conduct other monitoring activities as required by the EMA.
9. Maintains records and prepare operating records and reports.
10. To assist with any other related duties as designated by the Chief Executive Officer.
Academic / Technical
First degree in Environmental Science/Management, Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering,
Geology, Biology, Chemistry, Zoology or an associated Degree in Environmental Management and
experience in a similar environment
Working knowledge of Environmental legislations, regulations and codes of practice in Trinidad and Tobago
Knowledge of ISO 9000:2000 and 14001:2004 standards
Certification as an Environmental Auditor.
Three (3) years working experience in a similar or related job function.
CORE COMPENTENCIES & OTHER SKILLS:
Must have the ability to work in a team environment
Must have good analytical skills
Excellent interpersonal skills
Ability to work effectively and efficiently with multidisciplinary groups and stakeholders in order to
achieve the Company's goals
Excellent communication skills
Proficient in MS. Office Suite (Word, Excel, Project, PowerPoint, Publisher and Outlook)
Ability to meet deadlines in highly demanding environment
Proactive approach to problem solving
Ability to work with minimum supervision.
Applications should be addressed to the Human Resource Department P.O Box 4536, Sangre Grande, or sent
to email address: email@example.com
Closing date for submission of applications is August 22nd 2013
Unsuitable applications will not be acknowledged.
UWI St Augustine
Patricia Harrison, left,
Campus Principal and
Director and CEO of
Ltd., Krishna Boodhai,
and Deputy CEO of IBL
Bank, Gary Awai pose
with the IBL Bank
Bursary cheque at the
Conference Room of
the Office of the
Inter-Commercial Bank Ltd (IBL Bank) presented
a Bursary cheque for TT$5,000 to The University
of the West Indies (UWI) at a ceremony on Wednes-
day. IBL Bank Managing Director and CEO, Krishna
Boodhai presented the cheque to Professor Clement
Sankat, Principal and Pro Vice-Chancellor of The
UWI, St Augustine Campus.
At the opening of the Tunapuna branch of IBL
Bank in May this year, Boodhai announced that the
bank had reached an agreement with UWI to provide
a bursary in the amount of $5,000 for the next five
years. This bursary is to be awarded to a student
pursuing an undergraduate degree in Banking and
The Tobago House of Assembly (THA) has not
yet had a follow up meeting with Finance Minister
Larry Howai to discuss the "arithmetic" of the
2014 budget allocation for Tobago.
Representatives of the Assembly led by Chief
Secretary Orville London met Howai and tech-
nocrats of his Ministry on August 5 2014 to discuss
the THA s requests for fiscal 2014.
London said the THA is yet to get feedback from
the Minister to "know whether he will accede to
He said after the national budget is read on Sep-
tember 9, THA Secretaries will go into retreat to
look at the money requested against what was
received, following which a new Tobago budget
will be done based on the allocation.
He said the THA can only deliver depending on
the resources provided.
No feedback from
Howai on budget
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