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VACANCY IN THE JUDICIAL AND LEGAL SERVICE
OF THE REPUBLIC OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
MINISTRY OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS, EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS:
Minimum qualifications: Bachelor of Laws Degree (LLB) and a Legal Education Certificate (LEC)
Admission to practise Law in the Republic of Trinidad & Tobago
Minimum experience: Ten (10) years experience as an Attorney-at-Law in the following
areas- Advocacy, Advisory, Contracts, Commercial Matters, Civil Law and Management
Extensive experience in a Supervisory/ Management position in a legal environment
Extensive knowledge of the Laws of Trinidad and Tobago
MAJOR DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Plans, organizes and directs the work of the Solicitor
- Maintains close liaison with heads of other legal departments to ensure
effective co-ordination on all legal matters.
- Represents the State in constitutional and other civil legal proceedings of
a complex nature.
unctions as the legal representative of the Government, internationally,
regionally and locally, in matters involving complex financial constitutional and other civil issues.
Salary: Group L1: $26,300 per month
Professional Allowance: $6,250 per month
Duty Allowance: $2,650 per month
Transportation Allowance: $2,950 per month
Service Allowance: $3,500 per month
Housing Allowance: $5,750 per month
Applications accompanied by a full resum and providing the names of two referees,
together with copies of relevant documents, should be submitted no later than
The Director of Personnel Administration
Service Commissions Department
#52 -- 58 Woodford Street
Port of Spain
Professional Application Forms are obtainable from any District Revenue Office, the Chief
Administrator, Tobago House of Assembly or the Service Commissions Department or the
Service Commission Department website at www.scd.org.tt.
Officers who are in the Service are required to complete the Promotion in the Public
Service Form and submit their applications through their Permanent Secretaries and
Heads of Departments.
WIPA and Atlantic has embarked on a green ini-
tiative through the WIPA in the Community pro-
gram in the South West peninsula. The WIPA in
the Community, a cricket program carried out in
the South West Peninsula by WIPA and Atlantic
has been steadily growing over the past five years
and now includes 23 schools in the South West
The program originally distributed bottled water
to the 2000 students in the program. These bottles
were discarded after use leading to a huge number
of plastic water bottles in our landfills each year.
WIPA along with Atlantic after careful consideration
has decided to provide reusable water bottles to all
students in the WIPA in the Community program
which can be used over and over thereby eliminating
the amount of bottles going into our landfills.
This is just a small step in the right direction as
we continue to seek other initiatives that will con-
tribute positively to our environment and help with
its preservation, explained Trudy Solomon, Atlantic s
The branded water bottles were distributed to all
schools in the program ensuring that all students in
the program now have a reusable bottle to use for
their WIPA in the Community sessions.
Ainsley Gopaul, principal of the Point Fortin East
Secondary School is seen here with Trudy Solomon,
Atlantic's sustainability officer.
In an initiative geared at improving the standard
of coaching and the development of national senior
and junior teams, the Ministry of Sport has col-
laborated with the T&T Badminton Association
(TTBA) for a three-week badminton training camp,
from Monday to March 8 at the Central Regional
Indoor Sports Arena, Chaguanas.
The camp will facilitate the national teams of T&T
and Cuba, the latter of which will be led by Pan
American champion Osleni Guerrero and his coach,
who will educate on the planning and periodisation
of training, sport nutrition, massage therapy and
Among the objectives, according to the organisers,
are to provide opportunities to train with top players
of the Central Americas and to educate local players
about the importance of proper warm-ups and
The opening ceremony will take place on Sunday
at the arena s conference room, from 3 pm. At this
event, players and team members will be officially
introduced. Cuban ambassador and other members
of the embassy will be present.
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