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• Assists in the planning and management of meetings,
workshops and conferences:
- prepares agendas;
- issues meeting invitations;
- takes meeting notes;
- distributes minutes to participants; and
- undertakes relevant follow-up action, as directed.
• Maintains file register and filing system in keeping with
established systems and procedures.
• Receives, records, sorts and routes incoming and outgoing
correspondence and other documents.
• Composes and issues routine correspondence; also
prepares drafts of more complex correspondence and
reports of meetings, conferences etc. as directed.
• Orders, issues, and maintains inventory of supplies and
• Files memoranda, letters, reports and other documents.
• Generates a wide variety of documents such as letters,
memoranda, minutes, reports, and spreadsheets utilizing
• Operates standard office equipment such as photocopiers,
scanners, facsimile machines and binders.
• Assists in the preparation of budgetary and expenditure
statement by collecting and inputting relevant data as
• Undertakes basic information gathering, as directed, and
compiles data for entry; enters and/or verifies data.
• Performs other related duties as assigned.
• Knowledge of modern office practices and procedures.
• Some knowledge of relevant Public Service rules,
regulations, instructions and procedures.
• Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office Suite.
• Skill in the use of personal computers.
• Ability to use e-Government technology platforms.
• Ability to use the internet for research purposes.
• Ability to compose and prepare documents such as letters,
memoranda, minutes and reports.
• Ability to learn assigned tasks of limited complexity and
• Ability to use a computer and other standard office
machines such as photocopiers, scanners and facsimile
• Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in
• Ability to work as part of a team.
• Ability to establish and maintain effective working
relationships with colleagues and the public.
• Ability to use initiative to find solutions for simple work
• Ability to capture and process data with a high degree of
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING
Five (5) CXC/GCE O Level passes including English
Language and Mathematics
Terms and conditions have been determined by the Chief
Applications with Curriculum Vita and two (2) references and
copies of certificates are to be submitted no later than January
31, 2014 to:
OFFICE OF THE PRIME MINISTER
The Office of the Prime Minister invites applicants from suitably qualified persons for employment, on contract, of Business
Operations Assistant I for a period of three (3) years, on the standardized terms and conditions which have been determined by the
Chief Personnel Officer.
The incumbent is required to perform a variety of clerical/secretarial and administrative support duties of limited complexity. Work
involves assisting in the planning and management of meetings; opening, sorting and routing of mail; maintaining records and files;
performing routine accounting duties and generating a wide variety of documents utilising appropriate software. Depending on
assignment, the incumbent may be required to perform some or the full range of the duties of this position.
BRIDGETOWN---Two of the top players in the three
recent trial matches have been left out of the Com-
bined Campuses & Colleges (CCC) 14 man squad
for the 2014 WICB Nagico Super50 championship
in T&T starting month end.
Selectors did not include batsman Kyle Hope, who
made 123 runs without being dismissed in all three
There was no room as well for fellow Barbadian,
left-arm spinner Jomel Warrican, who took seven
wickets for 50 runs off 25.2 overs including seven
maidens, at an average of 7.14 and a miserly economy
rate of 1.97.
A Barbados Cricket Association (BCA) release says
based on the selection, a quota system seems to be
Six Barbadians, including veteran player/coach
Floyd Reifer, have been included in the CCC 14-man
squad for the January 28 to February 16 event.
Apart from Reifer, a 41-year-old former West Indies
captain and left-hand middle order batsman, the
other Barbadians are his cousin, Raymon Reifer, an
all-rounder, who bats left-hand and bowls left-arm
medium-pace; left-hand opening batsman Anthony
Alleyne, top order batsman and former captain Kyle
Corbin, all-rounder Kyle Mayers, a left-hand batsman
and right-arm medium-pacer and experienced off-
spinner Ryan Austin.
The squad will be captained for the first time by
Guyanese all-rounder Steven Jacobs, a middle order
batsman, who bowls off-breaks.
There are four Jamaicans in wicket-keeper/batsman
Chadwick Walton, the current West Indies One-Day
International and Twenty20 player, attacking opening
batsman Shacaya Thomas, leg-spinner Akeem Dewar
and all-rounder Wayne Morgan, who bowls medi-
Two players from the Windward Islands have been
include---Dominican all-rounder Kavem Hodge, a
left-arm spinner and right-hand batsman, and Vin-
centian pacer Kesrick Williams---with left-arm spinner
Kristopher Ramsaran of Trinidad & Tobago completing
CCC finished second in last year s Super50 cham-
pionship, which was won by Windward Islands.
Ramsaran only T&T
player on Campus
team for Super 50
Steven Jacobs...will lead CCC team.
Steven Jacobs (captain), Anthony Alleyne, Ryan
Austin, Kyle Corbin, Akeem Dewar, Kavem
Hodge, Kyle Mayers, Kristopher Ramsaran,
Wayne Morgan, Shacaya Thomas, Floyd Reifer
(Player/Coach), Raymon Reifer, Chadwick
Walton, Kesrick Williams.
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