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MINISTRY OF WORKS AND INFRASTRUCTURE
Invitation to participate in Pilot Mentorship Programme
Applications are invited from suitably qualified unemployed Nationals of Trinidad and Tobago to
participate in a pilot Mentorship Programme, Ministry of Works and Infrastructure.
Purpose of the Programme
The Ministry of Works and Infrastructure proposes to implement a Pilot Mentorship Programme which aims
to utilize the skills and expertise of senior public officers within the Ministry in the areas of road/bridge
construction, coastal management, building construction and planning through a structured and focused
programme for the transmission of knowledge to the apprentice/mentee.
The programme will have advantages of collaboration and sharing of information between the mentor and
apprentice/mentee; increasing employee retention and improving workforce productivity, which can lead to
a stronger organization. The desired end result of this Programme is the possible integration of the
apprentice into the Ministry after the two (2) year period following an assessment of performance.
Focal Areas of the Programme
Economic Research and Planning
Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office Suite.
Skill in the use of personal computers.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATION REQUIRED FOR THE FOLLOWING AREAS:
Surveying -- BSc. Surveying
Transport Planning -- MSc. Transportation Planning or MSc. Urban Planning with an emphasis
on Transportation Planning.
Civil Engineering -- BSc. Civil/Structural Engineering
Environmental Engineering -- BSc. Environmental Science or BSc. Health and Safety
Hydrological Engineering -- BSc. Civil Engineering
Traffic Engineering -- BSc. Civil Engineering with a bias towards Traffic Engineering.
Architecture -- BSc in Architecture
Electrical Engineering -- BSc. Electrical Engineering
Quantity Surveying -- BSc. Quantity Surveying
Economic Research and Planning -- BSc. Economics,
-- BSc. Management or Sociology
Coastal Management -- B.Sc Civil Engineering
Mechanical Engineering -- BSc. Mechanical Engineering
Project Management -- BSc. Project Management
SUBMISSION OF APPLICATIONS:
Applications including Curriculum Vitae, giving details of qualifications and experience, should be submitted
not later than May 23, 2014 to:
Ministry of Works and Infrastructure
Office of the Chief Technical Officer, Level 5
Corner London and Richmond Streets
Port-of-Spain, Trinidad West Indies
Attention: Mr. Roger Anthony
UNSUITABLE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACKNOWLEDGED
Second year Digicel T&T Pro League partici-
pants Central FC hurdled Defence Force by goal-
difference on Tuesday night to finish second on
the standings and qualified for next season s
Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Club Champi-
onship, which also serves as the qualifying tour-
nament to the Concacaf Champions League.
The Terry Fenwick coached-Central whipped
cellar-positioned St Ann s Rangers 3-0, led by a
double from national striker Willis Plaza at the Ato
Boldon Stadium, Couva while simultaneously at
the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo, Defence
Force, needing just a draw against San Juan Jabloteh,
was stunned 1-0 via a second minute Neil Mitchell
Central and Defence Force both finished with
45 points from their 24 matches, but the "Sharks "
superior goal difference meant that Fenwick s side
will join rivals DirecTV W Connection to represent
T&T in next year s CFU Club Championship.
An elated Fenwick said, "In only our second sea-
son, what an achievement (it is) to beat good teams
like Defence Force, who had an up and down season
because of their issues off the field. Also Caledonia
...teams that have been established in the league.
W Connection, who had already secured the
historic $1 million league crown and CFU spot on
the penultimate day, wrapped up its final league
match with a 1-1 draw against Caledonia AIA in
the opener at Couva to finish with 50 points.
The "Savonnetta Boys"
, also preparing for tomor-
row s Digicel Pro Bowl semi-final against Central
from 8 pm at the Couva venue, rotated a number
of players and fell behind in the 39th minute to
a Pernell Schultz item.
But by the 57th minute, W Connection s Tobag-
onian forward Mickaeel Gem Gordon equalised by
blasting in a rebound after Caledonia goalkeeper
Kevin Graham had made an excellent shutout to
deny Neil Benjamin.
As for Central FC, a 43rd minute Winchester
strike handed the "Sharks" a 1-0 lead before the
break after squandering a number of earlier chances.
Winchester, picked out inside the area by an
Ataullah Guerra pass following sequence of passes
with Keon Trim and Leston Paul, curled a right
footer past goalkeeper Akel Clarke and into the far
Clarke, hung out to dry in the 71st minute, was
beaten again when Plaza controlled substitute
Dwight Quintero s cross and volleyed into the back
of the Rangers net for a 2-0 cushion.
Seven minutes later Plaza hooked an effort onto
the base of the upright, but by the 80th minute
he was celebrating his second on the night and
14th league goal this season.
Plaza, unleashed by a long counterattack pass
by Darren Mitchell, slipped past his challenger and
into the area before squaring a pass to Quintero
on the right, then from the return pass the ace
Central forward hit past Clarke for a 3-0 score.
At Mucurapo, North East Stars, who must tackle
St Ann s Rangers in a rescheduled league match
on May 20, also registered a comfortable 3-0 win
against Police FC.
The Stars, completing the win by the first half,
grabbed a double by Under 21 player Tarik Raymond,
who scored in the 28th and 40th minutes, and an
opening item by Kennedy Hinkson in the 25th
It was not a promising result for Police, who
must take on Defence Force in the other Digicel
Pro Bowl semifinal at Couva, tomorrow.
second in Pro
...as Jabloteh stuns
W Connection 1 (Mickaeel Gem Gordon
57th) vs Caledonia 1 (Pernell Schultz 39th)
North East Stars 3 (Tarik Sampson 28th,
40th, Kennedy Hinkson 25th) vs Police 0
Central FC 3 (Willis Plaza 71st, 80th,
Rundell Winchester 43rd) vs St Ann's
San Juan Jabloteh 1 (Neil Mitchell 2nd) vs
Defence Force 0
North East Stars vs St. Ann's Rangers
Caledonia AIA vs Point Fortin Civic
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