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The Trinidad and Tobago Securities and Exchange Commission invites applications to fill the following positions,
on contract, for a period of three (3) years:
(A) EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT TO THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
(B) EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT TO THE DEPUTY CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
A. Job Summary
The Executive Assistant will provide administrative and professional support to the Chief Executive Officer/Deputy
Chief Executive Officer. The Executive Assistant will be expected to communicate and network with other Senior
Executives within the Commission to ensure the efficient and smooth operations of the Executive's Office.
o Provides general administrative support to the Chief Executive Officer /Deputy Chief Executive Officer;
o Prepares and addresses confidential correspondence;
o Drafts letters, memoranda and other related documents;
o Assists in taking minutes and preparing reports;
o S chedules appointments on behalf of the Chief Executive Officer /Deputy Chief Executive Officer;
o Assists the Chief Executive Officer/Deputy Chief Executive Officer in preparing presentations/lectures;
o Files correspondence, retrieves requested files and monitors the movement of said files;
o Monitors the Chief Executive Officer's/ Deputy Chief Executive Officer's daily schedule to ensure that
urgent matters are addressed and deadlines met;
o Handles itineraries and travel plans, arranges meetings and conferences in consultation with the
o Performs any other related duties as required.
C. Qualifications and Experience
Associate Degree in Business Administration
Administrative Professional Secretary Certificate
At least 5-7 years' experience in a comparable position
Any equivalent combination of training and experience.
Planning and organisation skills
Strong business and report writing skills.
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Strong attention to detail, with a commitment
to high quality work
Proficiency in Microsoft Suite
Integrity / Trustworthiness
Teamwork / Cooperation
Initiative / Drive
Flexibility / Adaptability
Strong interpersonal skills
Ability to exercise initiative, tact and diplomacy
and to work with minimum supervision
Ability to multi-task
All applications should be forwarded under confidential cover and addressed as follows:
Executive Assistant (on Contract)
Chief Executive Officer (Ag.)
Trinidad and Tobago Securities and Exchange Commission
57-59 Dundonald Street
Port of Spain
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications should arrive no later than November 19, 2013.
ONLY SHORTLISTED CANDIDATES WILL BE CONTACTED
REPUBLIC OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
NO. 180 OF 2013
IN THE MATTER OF THE REAL PROPERTY ACT
CHAPTER 56:02 SEC. 136
IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF:
LEONARD MARSHALL, Proprietor and BRENDA
MARSHALL, Proprietress both of 34 Whim Estate
Whim, in the Island Ward of Tobago.
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that unless good cause
to the contrary is shown within fourteen days from the
publication of this notice the Registrar General of
Trinidad and Tobago will issue a new Certificate of Title
in respect of that piece of land situate in the Parish of
St. Andrew in the Island Ward of Tobago comprising
SIX HUNDRED AND THIRTY ONE POINT SEVEN
SQUARE METRES be the same more or less delineat-
ed and coloured pink in the plan registered in Volume
3704 Folio 169 being portion of the lands described in
the Certificate of Title in Volume 3655 Folio 477 and
shown as Lot 11 in the General Plan filed in Volume
3689 Folio 399 and bounded on the North by a road
reserved and by lots 9, 10,12 and 13 on the South by
a drain reserve on the East by a road reserve by lots 9
and 10 and by a drain reserve and on the West by Lots
12 and 13 and now described in Certificate of Title
Volume 3728 Folio 151.
Dated this 11th day of September, 2013.
BRUSSELS---Controversy has broken out in the
European Parliament over the alleged misuse of
European Union aid money for the survivors of a
devastating 2009 earthquake in Italy.
Soren Bo Sondergaard, a Danish member of the
parliament, said yesterday he visited a new devel-
opment of 60 houses in the L Aquila area where the
quake struck. The homes are empty because they ve
been deemed unfit to live in, he said, adding that
PARIS---American influence in culture, science
and education around the world is facing a blow
with the United States expected to lose its vote
today at UNESCO.
The US also is racking up hundreds of millions of
dollars in debt it would have to repay in order to
reclaim its vote at the UN agency, which promotes
international education, science and culture.
The US in 2011 cut all funding to the Paris-based
UNESCO because it gave Palestine member status.
According to UNESCO rules, the US has until today
to resume funding or it loses its vote.
The suspension of US contributions, which account
for US$80 million a year---22 per cent of UNESCO s
overall budget---forced the agency to cut American-
led initiatives such as Holocaust education and tsuna-
mi research. (AP)
relatives of the
victims of the
April 24 Rana
collapse wail at
persons out of the
victims in Dhaka,
the funds to build them either went to criminals or
"unbelievably stupid people."
An Italian member of the parliament attempted
to rebut Sondergaard s findings point by point. The
European Commission is also disputing the Danish
lawmaker s allegations, with a spokeswoman saying
that EU aid has been "monitored carefully."
The EU authorised 494 million euros ($667 million)
from its Solidarity Fund to help victims of the quake,
which killed more than 300 people and damaged
thousands of buildings in L Aquila and the Abruzzo
region of Italy.
Sondergaard this week submitted a scathing written
report to the European Parliament on how the money
was spent. Its bottom line: too much was paid for
"And that is a shame for the taxpayers in Europe,
and even more it is a shame for the people of L Aquila,"
His findings were furiously contested by an Italian
colleague, Crescenzio Rivellini, who said local Interior
Ministry officials have found no proof that relief
contracts in L Aquila were awarded to criminal syn-
dicates. He said it was "false and above all defamatory"
to suggest construction jobs may have gone to busi-
nesses with direct or indirect ties to organised crime,
and that Sondergaard s claims had caused "enormous
damage to Italy s image." (AP)
quake aid was misused
US to lose vote at
UNESCO, incurs debts
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