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SERVICE COMMISSIONS DEPARTMENT
ADVERTISEMENT OF VACANCY
Office of Record Keeper (Range 20D),
in the Public Service
Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons for appointment to the above mentioned office.
Particulars relating to the office are given hereunder:-
Responsible work of a clerical nature in the safe keeping of official records and documents.
Considerable experience (4 to 8 years) in the filing of documents and training as evidenced by the Primary School
Leaving Certificate; or any equivalent combination of experience and training.
An employee in this class is responsible for the safe keeping of publications and records in a Ministry or Department.
Work entails recording, labelling, indexing and filing of the items and disposal after expiry dates. Work is of a repet-
itive nature and is performed with considerable independence under the general supervision of a superior officer who
reviews work through inspections, reports and general observation.
• Receives, records, labels, files and indexes records including personnel and financial records of Ministry of
Department; and locates documents when required.
• Files Crown Grants and Certificates of Title; and locates when required by Wardens and Legal Practitioners.
• Keeps custody of small supplies of printed forms, books and stationery and issues when required.
• Opens and closes the Vault or store-room daily.
• Keeps and maintains records of receipts and issues of records, library books, magazines and publications.
• Disposes of obsolete records as directed.
• Performs related work as may be required.
• Knowledge of the methods and practices with regards to the filing, storage and disposal of documents.
• Ability to understand simple oral and written instructions.
• Ability to keep and maintain records of a wide variety of documents.
• Ability to establish and maintain effective working relations with other employees and the public.
Range 20D: $5,315 - $5,740/$6,154 per month (2011).
Application forms are obtainable from any District Revenue Office, the Chief Administrator, Tobago House of
Assembly or the Service Commissions Department.
Persons who have applied previously and who still wish to be considered for appointment to the office are advised to
re-apply in response to this Advertisement.
Applicants are advised to submit the following along with their application:-
i. Telephone Contact;
ii. Relevant copies of your Birth/Academic certificates;
iii. Any other relevant information; e.g. Curriculum Vitae.
It has been a fruitful year for national cyclists,
and as such, three cyclists have been nominated
for six awards at the third Annual Spirit of Sports
Awards (SOSA) hosted by the Ministry of Sport
and the Sports Company of T&T on Saturday at
Queen s Hall.
Njisane Phillip, Emile Abraham and Justin Roberts
all received nominations for their creditable per-
formances in 2013. Njisane is nominated in four cat-
egories, including Breakthrough Athlete of the Year,
Record Breaking Performance of the Year, Sports
Performance of the Year and the Male Athlete of the
Year. Abraham is nominated for the Comeback Per-
formance of the Year, while Roberts is nominated
for Emerging Athlete of the Year.
Roberts was also nominated for the Junior Male
Athlete of the Year, which swimmer Dylan Carter
won. This award was announced at the SOSA nom-
ination ceremony held last Tuesday at Queen s Hall.
Table Tennis player Jasher De Gannes won the Junior
Female Athlete of the Year award.
Njisane, 22, became the first T&T cyclist to win
a medal at a UCI Cycling World Cup, when he earned
silver in the men s sprint event at the first leg of the
World Cup in Manchester, England from November
1-3. German Robert Forstemann took home the gold.
At leg two of the World Cup in Aguascalientes,
Mexico from December 5-7, Njisane did not win any
medals, but broke his own national record in the
men s sprint. Njisane finished eighth in both the
sprint and keirin events. After the first two legs of
the World Cup, the national cyclist is ranked second
overall in the sprint and fifth overall in the keirin.
The third and final leg of the World Cup will take
place in Guadalajara, Mexico from January 17-19.
Abraham, who will turn 40 in April, continues to
perform at the highest level. The veteran rider also
won a silver this year, at the Caribbean Cycling Cham-
pionship road race in Curacao in October. Abraham
also showed excellent form on the local scene, winning
the four-stage Tour of T&T Independence Classic
Roberts, the youngest of the trio, also had a mem-
orable 2013. Roberts won silver medals in the men s
sprint and kilometre time trial events at the Pan
American Junior Cycling Championships, setting a
new national junior record in the time trial. The
young cyclist also gained great experience when he
competed at the UCI Cycling World Cup leg two
earlier this month. Roberts competed with Team
Drive Phase Sport (DPS), along with Quincy Alexander
and Jude Codrington in the men s team sprint. Team
DPS finished 18th overall.
Cycling is definitely moving in the right direction
in this country, and with the National Cycling Centre
in Couva scheduled to finish by the end of 2015, a
new generation of cyclists is around the corner.
Cyclists show way
at SOSA awards
Njisane Phillip...nominated in four categories for
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