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GENERAL MANAGER HUMAN RESOURCES
DIVISION: HUMAN RESOURCES DIVISION
REPORTS TO: MANAGING DIRECTOR
The General Manager, Human Resources develops and implements HR strategies, policies and programmes to
support the business needs of the Corporation. The General Manager, Human Resources also promotes and fosters
a harmonious and collaborative work environment through the implementation of Human Resource Management
and Industrial Relations best practices.
KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Directs and leads the TTPost Human Resource Team in the execution and achievement of the Division's
operational goals, objectives and targets as outlined in the Operational Plan
Participates and actively contributes to the leadership and strategic direction of TTPost as a member of the
Senior Management Team
Ensures that the key processes of Recruitment and Selection, Performance Management, Succession Planning,
Manpower Planning and Training and Development are fully operational and aligned to the Corporation's
medium and long-term Human Resource needs
Establishes a positive Industrial Relations climate that is proactive and follows the best practices and directs
the collective bargaining process
Ensures that all jobs are evaluated using a standard methodology to create a well-defined grading structure and
that all new and revised jobs are subsequently assessed and graded
Ensures the implementation and maintenance of a robust Performance Management System that identifies
employee potential and training needs at all levels throughout the Corporation
Oversees compensation and benefit reviews and ensures that pay scales are linked to job grades for equitable
treatment of employees across the Corporation
Ensures that the Human Resource Division is properly resourced to achieve its strategic and operational goals
and that the requisite employee performance review, training, development and succession plans are aligned
Ensures that the Employee Assistance Programme is properly administered
Communicates TTPost's vision, goals and targets to Human Resource employees, ensuring that Managers
operationalize plans into practical performance metrics by department and/or at the individual level
Monitors, reviews and controls the Division's costs, keeping expenditure within budget
Develops and implements TTPost's Human Resource Policies
Promotes and fosters a harmonious and collaborative work culture throughout the Corporation
Supervises assigned workforce, monitoring, appraising, motivating and disciplining as required
Monitors and ensures adherence to health, safety and environmental rules, regulations and guidelines
Performs other related duties that may be required by the job function
Master's Degree in Human Resource Management
A minimum of seven (7) years experience in a Human Resource Management environment of which 4 (four)
years must be at a managerial level.
Experience working in a unionized environment in a large organization.
The closing date for applications is 15th May 2014.
Please note that unsuitable and late applications will not be acknowledged.
Applications should be addressed to: -
Trinidad and Tobago Postal Corporation
National Mail Centre
240-250 Golden Grove Road
Trinidad and Tobago OR Email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Highway Re-route Movement
leader Dr Wayne Kublalsingh says
it might be easier to catch Dana
Seetahal s killer than to bring the
people who hired the killer to jus-
The person/s behind Seetahal s
execution, Kublalsingh said, "could
come from very high up in the sta-
tus quo of society."
Kublalsingh was commenting
about Seetahal s killing yesterday
during a peaceful walk around the
Queen s Park Savannah with Trans-
form T&T Movement, organised
by Dianne Hunt, the co-founder
of Radical Designs fashion brand.
The walk, which attracted a small
group of people, paid tribute to
T&T s murder victims, in particular
Hunt said the group was trying
to make a positive difference in the
lives of citizens.
Clad in white, Kublalsingh said
he believed that Seetahal was mur-
dered to prevent her from a specific
action she had probably intended
What that action was, Kublals-
ingh said, he could not say.
He said the killing was full of
vengeance, hostility and animos-
"They really wanted to get rid
of her...it was a sheer assassina-
Kublalsingh said more executions
were likely to take place unless the
Government improved the admin-
istration of justice.
"There are too many delays in
Expect more executions
...if Govt does not improve the justice system
police were working on three theories, that is
incorrect. Others seem to be giving their own
view, that too was incorrect."
He said the incorrect information was creating
more fear in the public than necessary.
"It is being made to sound like some sniper
waited out on a roof for Dana to pass or it was
linked to some Latin American gang killer, that
is not the case. This was no hired assassin.
"These individuals were cowards and oppor-
tunistic, but dangerous. They waited until she
was in a dark area and she was a soft target. They
may be cowards but they were co-ordinated."
He said the killers would have easily been youths
hired by someone to kill Seetahal.
He said the police were intensifying the inves-
tigation and providing him with regular updates.
Griffith said he already made contact with
international allies and was promised assistance
"It may be that we will not need any foreign
assistance, but international bodies have been
contacted and are ready."
Another $1m unclaimed
This is not the first time Crime Stoppers has
come forward with a million-dollar reward for
At the start of the year, the crime-fighting
organisation offered a $1 million reward for any
information on the November highway heist that
claimed the life of Sentinel Security superintend-
ent Bert Clarke.
According to published reports, around 4.30
am Clarke and another Sentinel employee were
in a marked panel van headed east along the
Churchill-Roosevelt Highway en-route from Port-
of-Spain to Piarco International Airport.
The security van was reportedly struck from
behind by a black Ford Ranger and when the
driver stopped, the occupants of the Ranger
approached the guards and opened fire.
Clarke, who was in the passenger seat, died at
the scene while the driver reportedly escaped and
ran into nearby bushes.
The van was raided and six bags of cash was
stolen. The pickup which was used by the gunmen
was abandoned. Police found several bags of
cement in the tray and it was later identified as
a stolen vehicle.
By January, with the crime still unsolved, Crime
Stoppers came forward with the reward, but to
date, there has been no arrests in that killing.
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