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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.
T&T s preparations for the regional First Class
competitions will continue after the New Year is
ushered in with a three-day trial match at the
National Cricket Centre in Balmain, Couva.
Team A will be captained by Justin Guillen and
will come up against Jason Mohammed s Team B
from Friday to Sunday as the national selectors headed
by Alec Burns takes a closer look at the T&T prospects
for the 2014 season.
The T&T selection panel consists---replacing former
T&T Cricket Board (TTCB) vice-president Dudnath
Ramkessoon as chairman---of longtime administrator
Lalman Kowlessar, former West Indies selector Raph-
ick Jumadeen, Narine Bedhesi, and Roland Sampath.
The training squad has already been engaged in
three 50-overs matches over the past weekend at
the Queen s Park Oval in Port-of-Spain with Team
A sweeping the series 3-0 in low-scoring affairs.
Following are the players selected for the three-
day trial match from January 3 to 5, 2014, starting
at 10 am each day at the National Cricket Centre,
Players are asked to be at the venue for 9 am each
T&T cricketers in
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T&T Football Association (TTFA) secretary Shel-
don Phillips says his organisation stands ready to
support Akeem Adams family with his funeral.
In an interview yesterday, Phillips said the TTFA
had contacted the Adams family in Hungary and
offered to assist with any funeral arrangements.
"The family is handling a lot of the details them-
selves," Phillips said.
Phillips said the family had asked the TTFA to look
into benefits and insurance for the young player.
"We are going to the Union of European Football
Associations (UEFA) to speak to them about benefits
for the footballer," he said.
Phillips said when he spoke to the family yesterday,
they were making travelling arrangements to return
home with Akeem s body.
"We don t know what date they will return yet.
We are taking the family s lead and respecting their
wishes. We have let the family know that we are here
to help and we are waiting for them to tell us what
Phillips said the decision on whether or not to
have an event where the public could pay their final
respects to the footballer would be left up to his fam-
ily.The 22-year-old died on Monday after he went
into a coma following a stroke on Sunday. He had
been waiting for a heart transplant in the ICU of
Városmajori Heart Clinic in Budapest, for the past
three months after suffering a heart attack in Hungary
Adams appeared twice for this country at the Youth
TTFA to help with
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