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Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons to fill the position of Purchasing Officer at the North-
Central Regional Health Authority (NCRHA).
The Purchasing Officer will be responsible for independently arranging the purchase or other acquisition of
goods, services and works for any assigned functional area or specified commodity group(s); whilst moni-
toring, evaluating and recording vendor performance.
Study suppliers' catalogues and current market data on varieties, quantities and prices available to
determine appropriate products and supply sources.
Identify appropriate supply sources from approved vendors' listings coupled with establishing new/potential
vendors whilst securing their inclusion on approval lists.
Determine and recommend the most appropriate/approved vendors to solicit for quotations or bids.
Interview and negotiate with vendors to assure their ability to meet the NCRHA's stated requirements for
design, performance, cost, quality and delivery.
Ensure that all purchase specifications conform to user requirements.
Select the most suitable materials, products, services and supply sources, and arrange the preparation of
Purchase Order (PO) proposals for approval and P.Os for placing.
Monitor the progress of Purchase Orders by contacting the appropriate vendors by mail and/or phone to
ensure that goods are shipped as agreed and expedites shipments as required.
Expedite emergency-type orders from point-of-requisition to point-of-receipt.
File and resolve all complaints/claims against suppliers of assigned groups(s).
Maintain accurate logs for Purchase Orders and Purchase Requisitions.
Maintain up-to-date catalogues (product and price listing) on commodities belonging to assigned group(s).
Keep up-to-date on all supply sources for key material and services required.
Ensure that comprehensive and accurate records are kept of all purchases.
Ensure that all Purchas Requisitions are properly authorised.
Return incomplete Purchase Requisitions for proper authorisation, coding and completion.
Provide accurate order status information.
Maintain the integrity and completeness of the purchasing file/records.
Minimum Requirements and Experience:
Five (5) CXC O'Levels which two(2) must be Mathematics and English Language
Certificate in Purchasing and Supply Management
At least three (3) years experience in a similar field.
Experience in programme development, planning and good personnel management.
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 30, 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.
Sharmarh Brooks struck
70 yesterday to help Cal-
drac to a 15-run win
over defending T&T
Cricket Board premier
division T20 champions
Powergen at California.
struck two fours and five
sixes in his 42-ball knock,
taking Caldrac to 174/6
in their 20 overs. Mark
Deyal (36) and Allen Lau-
rent (22) made valuable
contributions to the total.
Jeremy Solozano struck
another century yesterday
at Honeymoon Park, El
Dorado, to lead the East
zone into the final of the
BG T&T Under-19 Inter-
zone competition, where
it will face the South zone.
Resuming on 86 not out
Solozano went on to make
158 to guide the East zone
to 306 all out, a lead of 141
runs on first innings. On
Tuesday, South-East was
dismissed for 165. Afdal Khan pitched in with 38,
while Justin Persad took five wickets for South-East,
but conceded 112 runs.
At the close, South-East was struggling in the sec-
ond innings on 44/4. East advanced to the final after
winning first innings.
At Syne Village, Penal, South also advanced to the
final after winning first innings points against North.
Resuming on 20/0 in the second innings, with an
overall lead of 73 runs, South was eventually dismissed
for 190. Jordan Sankaran struck 70, while Carl Vialva
was North s best bowler, snatching 4/20. Unfortu-
nately, rain ended the match with North on 14/0,
chasing 244 to win.
South and East will meet in the final on Tuesday
and Wednesday at the National Cricket Centre in
Couva. The third round of the BG T&T 50-over U-
17 tournament bowls off today.
At Honeymoon Park: South-East 165 (Gabriel
Blackwell 89, Akil Mohammed 19, Tevon Jadoo
5/41, Afdal Khan 2/46) and 44/4 (Gabriel
Blackwell 24, Jadoo 3/11) vs East 306 (Jeremy
Solozano 158, Afdal Khan 38, Justin Persad
5/112, Jeron Maniram 3/54) Match Drawn -
East advances on first innings
At Syne Village: South 163 (Jyd Goolie 34,
Shane Smith 31, Mikel Riley 4/28) and 190
(Jordan Sankaran 70, Jesse Bootan 4/76, Carl
Vialva 4/20) vs North 110 (Amir Jangoo 48,
Camillo Carimbocas 22, Jordan Samkaran 4/40,
Denesh Ramlal 4/16) and 14/0 - Match Drawn -
South advances on first innings
Central vs South
South-East vs South-West
East vs North
Tobago vs North-East
SCORES & FIXTURES
At Queen's Park Oval: QPCC 162/5 (Darren
Bravo 62, Petrock Nicholas 33, Richard Kelly
2/35, Rishi Ramgoolie 2/35) vs Alescon
Comets 97/9 (Stephan Wharwood 30,
Kadesh Samlalsingh 20, Akeal Hosein 3/8,
Daron Cruickshank 2/11) QPCC won by 65
At Preysal: Esmeralda 159/8 (Teshaun
Castro 53, Dwight Joseph 30, Narsingh
Deonarine 3/27, Uthman Muhummud 3/31)
vs Preysal 98 (17.4 overs) (Deonarine 28,
Eugene La Fleur 27, Kerwin Sirju 3/18,
Rishard Harris 2/24) Esmeralda won by 61
At California: Caldrac 174/6 (Sharmarh
Brooks 70, Mark Deyal 36, Allen Laurent 22,
Ancil Bhagan 2/22, Vaaroon Samaroo 2/24)
vs Powergen 159/7 (Jason Mohammed 61,
Gregory Mahabir 23, Royston Crandon 3/24,
Ancil Nedd 3/33) Caldrac won by 15 runs
At Munroe Road: Munroe Road 78 (16.5
overs) (Michael Harry 25, Terrance Hinds
4/15, Jahron Alfred 2/16) vs Moosai 81/7
(19 overs) (Wasim Haslim 31, Lendl
Simmons 18, Kyle Marshall 3/10) Moosai
won by three wickets
At Diego Martin: Bamboo 129/9 (Yannic
Cariah 59, Lyndell Nelson 20, Ricky Jaipaul
4/16, Javon Searles 4/31) vs Merry Boys
131/2 (17.1 overs) (Mario Belcon 45, Aneil
Kanhai 33 no) Merry Boys won by eight
At Tableland: (18-over match) Clarke Road
112 (18 overs) (Yannick Ottley 27, Daniel St
Clair 3/25, Amir Khan 2/19) vs Tableland
114/5 (14 overs) (Steven Taylor 47, Lincoln
Roberts 27, Ottley 2/25, Ranga Lachana
2/26) Tableland won by five wickets
Bowling for Powergen,
Ancil Bhagan and Vaa-
roon Samaroo took 2/22
and 2/24 respectively.
In reply, national bats-
man Jason Mohammed
top scored with 61 but
Powergen could only
muster 159/7. Royston
Crandon (3/24) and Ancil
Nedd (3/33) grabbed
three scalps apiece to
contain the Powergen
At the Queen s Park
Oval in Port-of-Spain,
national players Darren
Bravo (62) and Akeal
Hosein (3/8) were in fine
form yesterday for
Queen s Park, guiding the
team to a 65-run win
over Alescon Comets.
National players yes-
terday used the T20
matches as a warm-up
for T&T s regional four-
day match against the
Windward Islands, which
bowls off on Saturday at
the Queen s Park Oval.
Caldrac upsets defending
...national players show form
East, South advance
to BG Under-19 final
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