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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:
TATECO San Fernando Credit Union
Co-Operative Society Limited
61ST ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Notice is hereby given that the 61st Annual General Meeting of TATECO
San Fernando Credit Union Co operative Society Limited will be held
on Thursday 12th June, 2014 at 5:00 p.m. at The BOYS SCOUT
HEADQUARTERS, Circle Drive, Lady Hailes Avenue, San Fernando for
the following proposes:
1 . To receive the Reports of the Board of Directors, the Supervisory
and Credit Committees and the Financial Statements of the Credit
Union for the year - 2013.
2. To consider and approve the Recommendations of the Board of
Directors for Dividends to be paid to Members for the year ended
3st December, 2013.
3. To elect Officers.
4. To transact any other Business of the Organization.
From Page A41
According to Joseph, research
has shown that the Caribbean s
approach to addressing the issues
cited, and the coordination and
implementation of the Convention
of the Rights of the Child are dis-
There s nothing in place to
ensure that the necessary child
protection legislation, policies and
strategies are effectively imple-
mented or reinforced.
She said while some individual
countries had achieved some
measure of success in getting the
necessary work done to protect
children, this country and the
region was clearly not doing
enough and the evidence was there
in our daily news.
"The Convention of the Rights
of the Child is the first legally bind-
ing universal treaty on the rights
of children. And as signatories to
the convention, our Caribbean
governments have an obligation to
take all the appropriate legislative,
educational and social measures
to protect the rights of the region s
children," Joseph concluded.
Her sentiments were endorsed
by Unicef representative Khin-
Sandi Lwin who added, the signing
of a Memorandum of Understand-
ing between the UN Children s
Fund and IIR, on the establishment
of a hub for CCRON was the ulti-
mate step in the right direction.
She said in July 2012 they received
the green light to create a centre
of excellence or knowledge on chil-
dren s issues for the Caribbean
which was in discussion and in
the making three years prior.
"Today, not only do we have the
partnership of Caricom, but all the
academic and research institutions as
potential members of the network of
centers of knowledge represented along
with members of Unicef offices in
Jamaica, Guyana and Suriname, Belize
and the eastern Caribbean area cov-
ering 12 countries and territories," said
She reiterated state parties that are
signatories to the Convention on the
Rights of the Child, had an obligation
and duty to meet the standards in the
convention they agreed to.
"We all need to have the informa-
tion and data on what is happening
to children; what are the most critical
issues in a given country or locality;
who and where are those left behind
or are falling between the cracks of
care and protection.
"All government and non-govern-
ment actors need to have reliable data
to monitor the situation of children
for evidence-informed decision mak-
ing," said Lwin.
She said CCRON s vision is one
where Caribbean institutions take on
the full mantle of keeping a close
watch on the situation of children,
being the independent voice for them
and providing the technical support
that governments need to fulfill the
rights of children---a role that Unicef
CCRON keeps close watch
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