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1. Human Resources Officer
Job Summary: The position will be responsible for
the Human Resource portfolio for the staff within
CIMC's Trinidad Office.
• Manages the recruitment process - from inter
view to acceptance;
• Develops and maintain Human Resource
Policies in keeping with Trinidad Labour Code;
• Prepares and execute Employment
Agreements/Contracts in consultation with
the Regional HR Office;
• Manages all Employee Agreements/Contracts
to ensure that contract terms are adhered to;
• Administers employee benefits portfolio;
• Administration of Payroll for local staff to
include making returns under SIPE;
• Prepares Employee verification letters, as
• Engages employees in social activities to
• Manages the Work Permit Process including
extensions of stay and visas;
• Any other duties that may be assigned from
time to time.
Physical Demands: Occasional travel; Sitting long
Training and Experience and Skill Required:
• A BSc Degree in Human Resource
Management or Business Administration.
• At least three (3) years experiences in a
• Ability to communicate both orally and in
writing in English and Spanish.
• Excellent knowledge of Trinidad Labour laws
• Have strong ethical standards
• Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel etc.
2. Financial Assistant
Job Summary: This incumbent is responsible to
provide treasury analysis mainly
focusing on banking activities and
to analyze various data to create,
validate and process the necessary
• Create journal entries to initially record or to
make adjustment to the General Ledger.
• Verify that the correct selling, general &
administrative (SG&A) category assigned
have been used to generate and entry.
• Maintain monthly bank reconciliation for G/L
• Maintain correct bank account balances with
each financial institution.
• Communicate with Finance Manager/Account
Manager of deviations in bank balances.
• Review payroll data monthly and complete
submission to the bank.
Physical Demands: Long hours on the phone;
long hours sitting; long hours
at work including week-ends.
Education and Skills Required:
• BSc Finance or related discipline;
• 2 years' experience in similar position;
• Highly responsive with strong organizational skills;
• Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite especially
• Ability to work under pressure and to meet
tight delivery deadlines;
• Accuracy and attention to detail in all aspects
of service delivery, documentation and reporting;
• Flexible and positive attitude to work with a
strong team ethic; Excellent communication
• Transport Executives and staff to and from
• Direct passengers to their destination, using
the most efficient route.
• See to the maintenance of the assigned
vehicle including servicing, fuelling and weekly
washing of the vehicle and report any vehicu
lar problems to immediate Supervisor.
• Keep a log of repairs to the vehicle.
• Any other duties that may be assigned from
time to time
Education and Skills Required
• Completed secondary education
• At least 5 years experience as a Driver
• Possess a valid Driver's License
• Possess a Defensive Driving Certificate
• Excellent driving skills
• Ability to troubleshoot basic mechanical issues etc.
Contact person: Sonia Liu, Jemmy, Andy
Tel: 333-4892; 327-8539; 291-7913
CHINA HARBOUR ENGINEERING COMPANY (T&T) LIMITED
is looking for individuals of the following positions:
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Signed Beverly Phillip
Director of Maritime Service,
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Community Action Resource
(Care) has received $47,250 from
the Ministry of the People and
Social Development to help in its
work against HIV/Aids in T&T,
according to Dzifa Job, communi-
cations manager at the ministry.
In a press release last week, Care
chairman Dale Enoch accused the
ministry of denying funding to the
group and not being serious about
HIV/Aids in T&T.
In a brief telephone interview
with the T&T Guardian on Monday,
Job said the $47,250 would cover
the months April, May and June
2014. She said it was a quarterly
payment in accordance with Cab-
inet s approval three years ago for
the group to receive funding for
the period July 2011 to June 2013.
Asked how the payment on Mon-
day could fall under the period that
ended in June 2013, Job said:
"When the period ended, the min-
istry had to do audits and evalu-
ations which finished November
"While things were being
processed an interim payment of
$10,000 was made in January 2014
and a further $47,250 was paid
today (Monday) because we under-
stand that they re doing good work
and this is how we can assist."
In a press release issued on Sun-
day, Job responded to reports last
week that the ministry was taking
a "lethargic approach" to HIV/Aids
by refusing to issue a subvention
to Care, saying the group received
a grant of $10,000 in January.
Also contacted on Monday,
Enoch said the $10,000 grant was
not the subvention but an interim
Asked to clarify this, Job con-
firmed the payment was an interim
payment and the actual subvention,
which was made in quarterly pay-
ments of $47,250, was paid on
Enoch confirmed, via text mes-
sage, that the $47,250 had been
received and would cover three
months, saying the ministry had
assured him it was trying to fix
delays with regard to future pay-
In explaining what occurred over
the last year concerning payments
to Care, Job said Care received
approval for an annual subvention
for the two-year period from July
2011 to June 30, 2013, after which
a complete evaluation was done to
determine the continuance of the
subvention and the amount, in
keeping with Cabinet s mandate.
She said the Non-Governmental
Organisation Unit at the ministry
engaged Care in a comprehensive
evaluation process and from Sep-
tember to November 2013, assisted
the organisation in streamlining its
Subsequent to that, she said, the
ministry made an interim payment
of $10,000 to Care to offset pro-
She said a note to Cabinet had
been drafted with the findings of
the evaluation and would be sent
to Cabinet either this week or next
week for approval for future fund-
Care gets Govt
funding for its
Reema Carmona, wife of President Anthony Carmona, smiles as she stands next to a zebra-striped
Volkswagen that was converted into a garden display, at the opening of the Horticultural Society of
T&T's 2014 flower show, titled Celebrating 100 years of 'Flower Power', at the Grand Stand, Queen's
Park Savannah, Port-of-Spain, on Friday. PHOTO: MARYANN AUGUSTE
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