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Modern Electrical Supplies Limited
Suppliers of Commercial, Industrial, Residential Items and plumbing Supplies
Collector / Driver
for our Marabella branch
Basic Job Description:
• Pick up and carry documents, packages, and other items between offices or
departments, within an establishment or to other businesses, traveling by vehicle.
• Deliver customer statements and collect cash
• Must own a vehicle in good working condition
• Must have a valid drivers permit of Trinidad and Tobago
• Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills
• Must be able to work in a fast pace environment.
• Ability to carry out task with minimum supervision
• Must be able to acquire a valid Police Certificate of Good Character
• Must be between the ages of 25-45 years
Application to together with the resume should address to:
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGER
Po Bag 279 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are a financial co-operative based in San Fernando. We seek a qualified and competent person to fill the
position of Marketing Officer (on Contract).
SFCCU Credit Union Co-operative Society Limited is seeking a Marketing Officer to develop, guide and exe-
cute traditional and new marketing strategies and programmes to achieve and support its organizational goals.
Key Duties and Responsibilities
• Responsible for the management of the organization's marketing initiatives, including but
not limited to Planning, Organising, Co-ordinating/Monitoring Marketing Outreach and
Analysing Market Impact/Penetration and Product Performance.
• Provide support and assistance on all projects designed to promote business expansion
and new business development.
• Conduct market research and conceptualize and recommend new products and service
enhancements, with an emphasis on service delivery excellence.
• Cultivate affiliations and liaise with print and electronic media in promoting the products
and services of the organization.
• Implement and monitor member surveys, related to product and service quality.
• Report to the General Manager and the Board of Directors in the execution of marketing
• Assist in other areas of marketing as needed.
Qualifications and Experience
• A first degree in Marketing and/or Communications. (An MBA would be an asset).
• A minimum of four (4) years Marketing experience in a similar organization.
• Sound knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and other job specific software applications.
• Knowledge of the Credit Union's operating principles and philosophy as well as developments and
trends that may affect marketing and advertising, would be an asset.
• Any equivalent combination of experience and training.
Interested applicants should submit a detailed Curriculum Vitae with their application by Monday 24th
March, 2014, in a sealed envelope addressed to:
The General Manager
SFCCU Credit Union Co-operative Society Limited
No. 16 Irving Street
OR Email to: email@example.com
(Please note that only suitably qualified candidates will be contacted) 0318028
Organiaations play a crucial role in
making employees multitasked. Indi-
viduals in most of the cases upgrade
their knowledge while at work. You
don t need to burn a hole in your pocket
and enrol yourself in special tuitions
or classes to acquire new skills. Trust
me, if you develop a sense of attach-
ment towards the organisation and
work with passion, you yourself feel
like enhancing your knowledge with
time as eventually doing the same
would not only benefit you but your
team as well.
Organisations need to motivate
employees to be multitasked. Encourage
them to attend various training pro-
grams, sessions, seminars being organ-
ised at the workplace from time to time
willingly and not out of any compul-
sion. First and foremost, superiors need
to sit with the team members and make
them understand the importance of
being multitalented. You need to make
them realise as to how being multi-
tasked would help them face the chal-
lenges with a smile. Trust me;
unless and until they feel the urge
from within, no amount of train-
ings would help.
Training programs should not
be organised just for the sake of
it or as a formality. They need to
be designed keeping in mind the
need of the employees. You do not
have to call an expert from outside
and spend lots of money every
time. Ask employees of different
departments to interchange their
roles for sometime say for a month.
They can come back to their reg-
ular positions after a month. You
would be surprised to see individ-
uals not only taking interest in the
new role but also striving hard to
find out more about the new posi-
tion. In today s scenario, acquiring
additional skills is not a problem
when information is just a click
Let employees sit and share their
experiences with each other. Not
only they discuss work but also
try to find out more about the job
profiles of each other. An accounts
professional definitely would have
the urge to know how the mar-
keting guy convinces his clients to
invest in organisation s products.
The curiosity would always be
there. The problem is just that
individuals do not take the initiative
of learning something new on their
own. They are happy with their
regular work and do not take the
pains to learn additional things.
Here comes the role of manage-
ment. Bosses need to constantly
push their employees to keep on
upgrading their existing knowl-
Multiskilled employees need to
get little more benefits than those
who are specialised in just one
task. Their ability of handling mul-
tiple responsibilities needs to be
appreciated and acknowledged.
Why would an individual bother
to upgrade his knowledge if he
knows he would not get any ben-
efits in the current organisation?
The salaries of multitasking
employees need to be a little higher
than others. Make them feel
important for the organisation.
Give them additional responsibil-
Let s understand the same with
Tom is excellent in his own
work. His coordination with the
clients is superb. Now if you ask
him to handle a team, obviously
he would try his level best to hone
his skills and also learn new things.
In order to lead a team, he has to
manage others as well, prepare
reports, make his team work and
also extract the best out of them.
If a team member takes leaves and
there is a deadline to follow, he
would not hesitate to do his team
member s work as well. An indi-
vidual at a senior position does
not even mind taking calls when
it comes to business and organ-
isation s profits.
Organisations need to motivate
their employees to be ready to learn
new things always.
Role of organisation to make employees multitasked
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