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HSSE & QM Personnel
To serve in the Safety Health and Environment department, of a dynamic
and fast paced Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Company, with
experience in developing and implementing SHE and Quality Assurance
Policy & Procedures and implementing accident prevention programs.
Conducts inspection, investigates accidents and makes recommendations
for corrective action. Ensuring compliance with established SHE
procedures and practices by conducting regular inspections and audits
and making recommendations for corrective action.
• Associates Degree in OSH from a recognized educational
• Or a Diploma in OSH and at least two years experience in the field
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office , Word, Excel, Project
• Two years experience in OSH
• STOW and ISO 9001 experience a plus.
• Business Acumen -- Understands the internal and external
business environment and be able to make decisions that generate
long term benefits for the organization.
• Teamwork- Ability to work cooperatively and productively with
others to achieve team goals and organizations objectives.
• Technical & Professional- Demonstrating broad, in depth and
up- to- date knowledge on pertinent technical, business and
professional fields with regards to safety health and
• Communication -- Ability to effectively transmit information
accurately and understandably.
• Self Management -- Ability to manage and continually improve
one's own performance.
Benefits include Health & Pension Plan.
APPLICATIONS SHOULD BE SENT TO:
Human Resource Manager, PO BOX 1365, Port of Spain
Application Deadline: November 15, 2013.
Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Tuesday, November 5, 2013
Career management is conscious planning
of one s activities and engagements in the
jobs one undertakes in the course of his life
for better fulfilment, growth and financial
stability. It is a sequential process that starts
from an understanding of oneself and
encompasses occupational awareness.
An individual s career is the sole source
of one s natural expression of self. One
school of thought describes work as the
purpose of life and the source of one s
expression and the purpose of being or exis-
Yet others believe that there is a wide
difference between an individual s career
and his life. In any case, career is an integral
component of one s life and therefore the
need for its management.
Career management is more or less like
the organisational management; after all an
organisation is nothing but an assortment
of individuals! The process of career man-
agement begins with the formulation of
goals and objectives those that are short
term or meant to be achieved in the short
This is a tedious task compared to a long
term career goal which is more or visionary
in nature. Since the objective is short term
or immediate, it is more of action oriented.
Second it demands achievement every day,
Again this step can be very difficult for
those who are not aware of the opportunities
available or are not completely conscious
of their talents. However more specific,
measurable and achievable the goals greater
are the chances of the management plan
Achievement of goal requires a well
chalked strategy, which implies a plan of
action to achieve the goal. This has to be
followed by drafting or establishment of
procedures / policies / norms or rules that
govern action or practice.
The final step in the career management
process is evaluation of the career manage-
ment plan for ensuring that progress is being
made or if there is a need to introduce some
changes in the latter.
One may also utilise the services of various
career assessment tests at various stages to
choose career paths that are in tandem with
ones likes and dislikes, strengths and weak-
These tests range from ones that are small
and brief to the ones that are exhaustive
offering minute details. Some of the tests
that one may like to undergo are MBTI
(Myers and Briggs Type Indicator), SDI
(Strength Deployment Inventory) and Mul-
tiple Intelligence among others.
The onus of career management is more
on the individual self than the employer.
Ensuring personal development in terms of
skills, competencies, change in attitude with
time are things one may need to take care
of on one s own. Short term goals need to
met and evaluated.
The long-term career goals need to be
revised with the change in employment
scenario and self; organisations may or may
not be concerned in a big way or aligned
to your priorities in career and life.
Often counselling is of major help in eval-
uating a job and the future prospects and
for establishing clarity of values for they
undergo a change with the passage of time!
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