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Application for the post of Registrar-Secretary to the Land Survey Board of Trinidad and Tobago
Applications are invited for the post of Registrar-Secretary to the Land Survey Board of Trinidad and Tobago.
The job specifications of the Registrar Secretary are as prescribed in the Land Surveyors Act 1996 and
To receive applications for registration each year
To maintain an up to date register of all Land Surveying Graduates, Land Surveyors, Trinidad and Tobago
Land Surveyors and Land Surveying Firms and provide them with authorised seals.
To record in the Register the class of surveying that each surveyor is qualified to practise
To prepare a list of the names and addresses of all persons registered under the Act and send a copy to
the DOS, ISTT, and Registrar General and to cause such list to be published in the Gazette
To provide on request and on payment of the prescribed fee, copies of registration records.
To have custody of the seal of the Land Survey Board and to affix it to any instruments as may be required.
To have custody of the seals of Registered Surveyors and firms that have been returned to the Board.
To pre-examine complaints made against persons registered under the Act if so appointed to do by the
Board and to make recommendations on further action
Qualifications required are as stated in the Land Surveyors Act 1996 as follows:
The Applicant must be a Trinidad and Tobago Land Surveyor and as such must be registered for the
A minimum of ten (10) years relevant experience as a Trinidad and Tobago Land Surveyor
Preference would be given to candidates who have Post Graduate qualifications or who are pursuing post
graduate qualification in Geomatics Engineering and Land Management (Land Surveying)
It is also expected that, owing to the sensitive nature of the pre-examination of complaints against registered
surveyors and the conflict of interest that may arise, the Registrar-Secretary should NOT be in the active
practice of land surveying during his/her tenure in the post.
The applicant would be required to perform field visits for the purposes of investigating complaints and
monitoring applicants for licensing.
The recently revised remuneration for the office is:
Travelling - $ 2,200.00
Additional responsibilities include managing a small staff and office and organising meetings and functions.
Terms & Conditions are to be negotiated with the Chief Personnel Officer and to be approved by the Cabinet.
Applications should be submitted to Mr. Nasser Abdul, Director of Surveys (Ag.) by the following methods:-
Via e-mail to : email@example.com
(1) By mail to: Mr. Nasser Abdul
Director of Surveys (Ag.)
# 118 Frederick Street
Port of Spain
The deadline date for submissions is the 17th February 2014
Andy Flower quit as head coach of
England s Test team yesterday in the
wake of a humiliating Ashes white-
wash by Australia, ending a five-year
reign in which he oversaw the most
successful period in the national side s
The Zimbabwean said in a statement
released by the England and Wales
Cricket Board that it was time for the
team "to rebuild with a new set of val-
ues and goals" and "start with a clean
Flower took charge in 2009 and led
England to three straight Ashes series
wins against its fiercest rival, and also
the World Twenty20 title in 2010.
Under Flower, England has been top
of the rankings in all three formats---
Test, One-Day and T20.
However, his position came under
huge scrutiny after England slipped to
an abject 5-0 Test series defeat Down
Under over the last two months. In the
immediate aftermath of the series,
Flower spoke of it being the "end of
an era" although he pledged his com-
mitment to staying in charge.
"Following the recent very disap-
pointing Ashes defeat, it is clear to me
that this is now time for England cricket,
led by (captain) Alastair Cook, to rebuild
with a new set of values and goals,"
Flower said in the ECB statement.
"The opportunity to start with a
clean slate and begin to instil methods
to ensure England cricket is moving in
the right direction will be an incredibly
exciting challenge for someone but I
do not feel like I am in a position to
undertake that challenge."
Flower will remain as a selector and
is exploring other possible roles within
The 45-year-old Flower---a quiet,
unassuming character who led with an
understated authority---handed over
responsibility of coaching England s
ODI and T20 sides to Ashley Giles in
December 2012, leaving him to focus
entirely on Test cricket.
He said in the statement that his
replacement "needs to be responsible
across all formats in order to positively
influence the rebuilding process," which
potentially makes Giles a strong can-
didate to succeed Flower in the test
pleted a clean sweep of victories
over England in all formats when
it won the second Twenty20
cricket international by 8 wickets
yesterday to clinch the three-
match series 2-0.
After winning the Ashes Test
series 5-0 and the five-match one-
day international series 4-1, Aus-
tralia added to England s summer
of misery by following up its 13-
run win in the first T20 with a
comprehensive win which clinched
the T20 series in two games.
Captain George Bailey made 60
not out from 28 balls and
Cameron White 57 in an unbroken
78-run partnership which guided
Australia past England s paltry
130-9 with 5.1 overs remaining.
White was 41 not out, having
set the hectic tempo of the Aus-
tralian innings, when he was joined
by Bailey at 53-2. He was then
outdone by his captain who com-
pleted a half century from 24 balls,
with five fours and three sixes,
while White took his score from
41 to 53.
"Another great performance
with the ball, I thought, that really
set the game up," Bailey said. "I
thought it was a pretty all-round
good performance with us
Bailey said Australia s perform-
ances in all formats were being
fueled by rising confidence.
"It s a magical juice (confi-
dence)," he said. "I think it makes
such a big difference.
"The greatest thing about that
is we re seeing it from guys who
are coming in for their first game.
James Muirhead, I thought bowled
absolutely beautifully in his second
really good player and hopefully
a really good team environment."
England s defeat was made
more bitter by the fact it won a
toss which seemed influential and
chose to bat first on a dry, firm
pitch at the Melbourne Cricket
Regular wicket falls ensured its
innings never gained momentum
and Jos Buttler s 22 from 27 balls
was the highest individual score
in a feeble collective effort.
Michael Lumb, Joe Root, Tim
Bresnan and captain Stuart Broad,
who was the not out batsman, all
made 18 and Alex Hales 16 but
no England batsman was able to
take the decisive or dominating
role the innings demanded.
"We re disappointed with the
way we played," Broad said.
"Sometimes you have to give cred-
it to your opposition. Australia
outplayed us fantastically today.
"The two needless run-outs
hurt us in the middle which cost
us getting a decent score."
Broad wore the haunted expres-
sion seen often on the face of cap-
tain Alastair Cook during the Test
and One-day series.
"It s been a long tour, a long
100 days in Australia," Broad said.
Josh Hazlewood bowled
superbly for Australia and, after
removing openers Lumb and
Hales, he returned to dismiss Bres-
nan and James Tredwell with suc-
cessive balls in the last over to
finish with 4-30. He was man of
Muirhead s 1-17 and Mitchell
Starc s 1-19 in his first T20 for
Australia in more than a year were
also outstanding four-over efforts
which further shackled England.
Australia beats England in 2nd T20
Australia's George Bailey hits a shot during the T20 International cricket match
against England at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in Melbourne, Australia,
yesterday. Bailey made 60 not out from 28 balls to guide Australia to an eight-
wicket win. AP PHOTO
Australia 131-2 in 14.5 overs
(George Bailey 60 not out,
Cameron White 57 not out) vs
England 130-9 in 20 (Jos Buttler
22, Stuart Broad 18 not out;
Josh Hazlewood 4-30).
Australia won by 8 wickets
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