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Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons to fill the position of Supervisor, Customer Services
at the North-Central Regional Health Authority (NCRHA).
Supervisor Customer Services
The Supervisor, Customer Services will be responsible for supervising and directing the day-to-day activities
of all the areas of the Customer Service Department.
• Ensure that a clean, warm and welcoming ambience is fostered and maintained in each customer service area.
• Supervise the cashiering functions at all customer service areas, including the collection deposit and the
securing of cash.
• Prepare financial reports, daily revenue statements or other reports that may be required from time to time.
• Monitor patients' waiting times and delays and if possible recommend solutions to alleviate such delays.
• Provide careful systematic safekeeping of valuables entrusted to the Department during the patient's stay.
• Continually monitor and evaluate policies and procedures and recommend changes when necessary to
ensure efficiency of operations.
• Establish workload patterns for staff through appropriate analyses and scheduling to ensure efficient
and effective operations.
• Coordinate the scheduling of staff for day-to-day coverage in instances of absences.
• Create and nurture an environment where teamwork and cooperation is evident.
• Assist in the development and training of staff members and participate in the organisation of such
• Maintain a record of staff members' arrival and departure in the Department.
• Recommend confirmations, promotions, transfers and disciplinary actions for staff members.
• Assist in the interview process when selecting employees for the Department.
• Assist the Manager, Customer Services in the performance of his/her duties when necessary.
• Examine all information distributed to other departments, clients and visitors.
Minimum Requirements and Experience:
• A Degree in any of the following:
Medical Records/Health Records Management
Any related subject
Any relevant combination of training and experience
• At least three (3) years experience in a supervisory capacity (preferably in the hospital or a hospital
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 April 25, 2014 to:
Office of the General Manager, Human Resources
North-Central Regional Health Authority
Building # 39, First Floor
Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex
Unsuitable/late applications will not be acknowledged.
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• EMT - B (preferably with at least 2 years's experience
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• NEBOSH Certificate
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• Defensive Driving Certificate
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Deadline date for applications is Friday 2nd May 2014
Unsuitable applications will not be acknowledged
Defending champion Dinesh
Jackree led the way on day one of
the Republic Bank-sponsored
Caribbean Junior Golf Open at the
St Andrew s Golf Course, Moka,
Maraval, yesterday. Jackree, com-
peting in the boys 16-17 age cate-
gory, shot a 72 gross and has a one
stroke over Ross Cabral, who shot
a fine 73. Wan Ju Lee a national
player follows in third with his 75.
There will be a new champion in
the girls 16-17 girls age-group as
Christina Ferreira, two time cham-
pion, is now too old. Sabrina Chan
leads the way with a 98 from Bar-
bados Tommi-Ann Grant, who shot
Liam Bryden, with a 79, leads the
boys 14-15 category, followed by
James Arandia who shot an 80.
Varun Singh is in third place with
an 83. Sol Joanni, from the Leewards
golf club, had to be disqualified as
he unfortunately signed an incorrect
In the girls 14-15 category, another
close battle is developing between
Ana Ferreira, who shot an 82 and
Sabrina Mitchell, who had 83. Kei
Harris from Jamaica is in third place
after her score 87.
The boys 11-13 category is led by
two Jamaicans, Justin Burrows had
a great round of 73 and is followed
by Jack Stein who shot 78. Domini-
can Republic s Tony Kim shot 84
and Iz Hustler is in fourth with 85.
The girls 11-13 division seems to
have turned into a two way battle
between Yae Eun Kim with a 81 and
Serena Mackenzie who shot 82. The
highlight of the day was a hole in
one on the 5th hole by Daronhil
A total of 112 juniors are competing
in the event with four players each
from Jamaica, Dominican Republic
and Barbados and six from St Lucia.
Today marks the start of a new tour-
nament the Trinidad Cup, which is
a 36 hole tournament for juniors
who are ten and under.
This year marks the 13th consec-
utive year of sponsorship by Republic
Bank and the fourth in successive
years as the Republic Bank Caribbean
Junior Open Golf Championships.
The tournament is hosted and facil-
itated by the T&T Golf Association.
Hole-in-one for Mauricette, Jackree leads
Trinidad and Tobago's newly appointed senior
national women's basketball coach Leary "Fruits"
Sandy, left, is greeted by the president of the
National Basketball Federation of T&T (NBFTT)
Garvin Warrick, yesterday. The NBFTT will be
hosting a screening session for all women
basketball players who would like to be selected
to represent T&T at the CBC Championships in
July. A screening sessions at Shaw Park, Tobago,
tomorrow, and on Thursday at the UWI Spec, St
Augustine from 5 pm -- 8 pm.
Sandy is the assistant coach at NCAA Division 1
Northwestern State University LA Women's
Basketball Team. He is a former player of South
East Port-of-Spain and National Flour Mills teams.
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