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GENERAL MANAGER, ADMINISTRATION &
The Environmental Management Authority (EMA) is a statutory body
established in June 1995 under the Environmental Management Act
Chapter 35:05. The EMA is responsible for, among other things, devel-
oping and implementing policies, laws and programmes for the effec-
tive management of the environment. The Authority is interested in
recruiting an individual who is deeply committed to working towards
the protection, conservation and enhancement of the environment,
within the context of sustainable development.
The General Manager, Administration and Support Services will function under the direction
of the Managing Director and provide support to the various Board Committees.
The incumbent will provide strategic leadership for the Division and would represent EMA in
building a broad constituency of relevant stakeholders working across institutional and polit-
ical boundaries toward achieving shared conservation, ecotourism and community develop-
ment goals in keeping with approved policies and procedures.
The incumbent will be responsible for the management of the support functions of the envi-
ronmental regulatory and non -regulatory technical programs of the Authority. The incumbent
will administer and oversee the work of multiple units viz Human Resources, Finance and
Accounts, Administration and Purchasing.
The General Manager, Administration and Support Services will manage the provision of
Administrative Services, exercise care and diligence in the performance of all assigned
responsibilities with the on-going observance of the Board's standards, policies and proce-
Knowledge, Qualification and Experience
• Post graduate qualification in Business Management with at least five (5) years'
experience at Executive Management level.
• CIMA or ACCA qualified and authorized to practice in the Republic of Trinidad and
• Technical experience and knowledge regarding environmental policy and
• Experience in services such as Human Resources, Finance, Logistics, and
Corporate Administrative Support.
• Sound comprehension, analytical ability, communicative and interpersonal skills
and excellent research skills.
• A sound understanding of the policy, legal, institutional and operational framework
in which the Authority operates.
• Must have a good working knowledge of Microsoft Office.
• Experience of working with HR and Financial software desirable.
Should you meet the prerequisites and would like to employ the opportunity to be consid-
ered, please submit your resume with covering letter to:
The Corporate Secretary,
Environmental Management Authority,
#8 Elizabeth Street, St. Clair, Port-of-Spain,
TRINIDAD & TOBAGO
DEADLINE DATE: - November 04, 2013
Unsuitable candidates will not be acknowledged.
National forward Akim Toussaint was a one-man
wrecking show as he scored a tournament-high
ten goals to lead Paragon to a 12-3 blowout of Corona
Fatima in the Men s Open Division of the T&T
Hockey Board s National Indoor Championship
Men s Open Division on Monday night.
Playing in the final match of the night at the Jean
Pierre Complex, Mucurapo, Toussaint first drew
Paragon level in the eight minute after Che Modeste
had given Fatima a fourth minute lead.
He then went on a goal spree with items in the
ninth, 12th and 15th for a 4-1 advantage before Jordan
Vieira kept Fatima s faint hopes of a first win in four
matches alive, with his team s second on the stroke
Within a minute of the restart, Toussaint resumed
his attack on the Fatima goal, adding two more in
the 23rd, followed by goals in the 26th and 27th to
push the lead to 9-2, beyond his opponents reach.
Modeste got a third for Fatima in the 31st, but
Atiba Cooper (34th), Ryan Cowie (36th) and Toussaint,
in the 40th with his tenth also added up for Paragon
to end its round-robin campaign with 12 points,
certain of a semifinal spot.
Defending champions, Petrotrin topped the seven-
team round-robin series with 14 points followed by
Queen s Park, while the final semifinal spot was
expected to be determined last night when Notre
Dame (nine points) faced Defence Force (seven points).
Tonight, Petrotrin will meet either Notre Dame or
Defence Force, while Queen s Park faces Paragon.
Luces' brace stops Magnolias
National women s team forward Yesenia Luces
scored a double as Ventures ended the 100 per cent
winning record of defending champions Shandy Carib
Magnolias with a 3-2 victory.
Luces opened the scoring in the third minute and
seven minutes later, Emerald Piper made it 2-0 before
former national standout Stacey Siu Butt and Mika
Ella Tang got Magnolias on level terms with goals
in the 15th and 20th minute respectively.
However, a minute into the second half, Luces
grabbed what turned out to be the match-winner
for her team to end with nine points, the same as
Magnolias, who it faces in tonight s semifinal; and
Paragon, which topped the table on goal-difference.
In the night s opener, national captain Alanna
Lewis registered a hat-trick; Pauline Joseph added
two; and national defender Avion Ashton, the other
for Paragon to drub Maritime Harvard Checkers 6-
1. Checkers, which entered the match with a 0-3
record and needed a win to qualify for the semifinals
ahead of Notre Dame (three points) got its lone reply
from national defender Kwylan Jaggassar in the sixth.
Tonight, in the semifinal, Paragon faces Notre
Dame and Magnolias renew its rivalry with Ventures.
Paragon 12 (Akim Toussaint 8th, 9th, 12th, 15th,
21st, 23rd, 23rd, 26th, 27th, 40th, Atiba Cooper
34th, Ryan vs Fatima 3 (Che Modeste 4th, 31st,
Jordan Vieira 20th)
Ventures 3 (Yesenia Luces 3rd, 21st, Emerald
Piper 10th) vs Magnolias 2 (Stacey Siu Butt
15th, Mika Ella Tang 20th)
Paragon 6 (Alanna Lewis 5th, 9th, 28th, Pauline
Joseph 2nd, 13th, Avion Ashton 17th) vs
Checkers 1 (Kwylan Jaggassar 6th)
bangs in ten
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