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Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons to fill the position of Corporate
Communications Assistant at the North-Central Regional Health Authority (NCRHA).
Corporate Communications Assistant
The Corporate Communications Assistant will be responsible for providing support services
to the Corporate Communications Department, so that the established corporate
communications objectives and strategies may be achieved.
Provide support to the communication liaison between the Authority and both its
internal and external publics.
Assist the Manager- Corporate Communications with organisational projects.
Liaise with communications agencies and suppliers.
Provide support to the Manager in liaison with the press and the development of
Develop and maintain a database of contact information for all external and internal
agencies and institutions.
Assist in the development and distribution of various communications media, such
as newsletter, flyers, etc.
Coordinate faxes, emails and other communications.
Perform other related duties as required.
Prepare Operational and Informational Reports on assigned Corporate Communications
Minimum Requirements and Experience:
At least five (5) O'level passes, two (2) of which should be in Mathematics and
At least two (2) years experience in a related job function
Appropriate specialized training in Public/Corporate Relations
Computer literate- Proficiency in Microsoft Office, including Power Point and Publisher
Certificates acquired at foreign universities MUST be supported by certified transcripts as
well as evidence that the completed programme is accredited in Trinidad and Tobago.
Applications must be submitted along with Curriculum Vitae by March 21, 2014 to:
Office of the Chief Executive Officer
North-Central Regional Health Authority
Building # 39, Third Floor
Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex
Unsuitable/late applications will not be acknowledged.
National duo Afeisha Noel and Simone Morgan
came to life in the second half as Fire Services blazed
Police 49-27 to clinch the Courts All Sectors Netball
League Premiership Division title on goal-difference
from Games Changers at the Eastern Regional
Indoor Sports Arena, Tacarigua, on Tuesday night.
Going into the match, its final one in the four-
team round-robin series, Fire, with eight points, trailed
Game Changers (ten points), who also had a superior
goal-difference of plus-78 to its rival plus-59.
This meant Fire Service needed to defeat Police by
20 clear goals, a task which seemed very daunting,
despite its 50-34 first round win.
And from the onset it looked as though the Fire-
women had given up without even making an effort
as they started the match with a bare seven players
while Police was without influential centre-court
player Rhonda John-Davis.
Despite their player shortage, Fire still led at the
end of the first quarter 13-6 and by the end of the
first-half had extended its lead to 23-14, mainly slowed
by the offensive efforts of former teammate Joelisa
Cooper, who was leading the fight back for the Law-
However, at the start of the second half, following
a pep-talk by coach Joel Young-Strong, Fire ignited
by the defensive efforts of Onella Jack and Gabrielle
Selman as well as clever centre-court play from
Ashelle Legall took command and widened its lead
to 38-18 as Noel and Morgan became more aggressive
In the final period, Cooper tried her best to cut
into Fire s lead, but each time she did, Morgan and
Noel responded for Fire, which managed to score five
of the final seven goals to cement the required margin
of victory by more than 20 goals and with it, the
In the end, Fire topped the table with ten points
and a plus-81 goal-difference, just ahead of Game
Changers which also tallied 10 points, but with a goal
aggregate of plus-78, making its the closest finish for
the title in recent years.
Goal-shooter Noel ended with 33 goals from 39
attempts while Morgan added 16 from 29 for the
For Police, Cooper converted 23 of 31.
In the night s first match, Fire was also crowned
champions of the Championship Division without
even taking the court.
This after Police X failed in its bid to defeat Jabloteh
by 72 goals, and could only muster a 44-27 win.
For Police X, Patrice Goring scored 29 of her 32
attempts and Beverly Hernandez got 14 from 32 while
Latoya Thomas led Jabloteh with 13 from 19.
Fire topped the five-team table with 14 points after
ending its campaign with a 7-1 record along with a
healthy goal-difference of plus-119 while Police X
also finished with 14 points and a goal-difference of
Morgan, Noel inspire
Fire to netball title win
Police X 44 (Patrice Goring 29/32, Beverly Hernandez
14/32, Lystra Solomon 1/3) vs Jabloteh 27 (Latoya
Thomas 13/19, Samantha James 6/11, Giselle Hobson
5/15, Nicole Hospedales 3/9)
Quarter scorers: 1st: 8-7 Jabloteh; 2nd: 18-16 Police X;
3rd: 30-22 Police X.
Fire Service 49 (Afeisha Noel 33/39, Simone Morgan
16/29) vs Police 27 (Joelisa Cooper 23/31, Jenice Mc
Intosh 2/4, Shivaughn Skeete 2/5)
Quarter scores: 1st: 13-6 Fire Service; 2nd: 23-14 Fire
Service; 3rd: 38-18 Fire Service
GameChangers. . . . .6. .5. .0. . .1. . .255. . .177. . .10
RESULTS & STANDINGS
Members of Fire Service Championship Division team in the Courts All
Sectors Netball League pose after beating Jabloteh 44-35 in their final
league match on February 15 at the Eastern Regional Indoor Sports Arena,
Tacarigua, to win the title ahead of Police X. PHOTO: ANTHONY HARRIS
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