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Interested applicants need apply by the July 06th, 2014 to: email@example.com or
The Human Resources Department
Trinidad and Tobago Civil Aviation Authority
P.O. Box 2163
National Mail Centre
Golden Grove Road
TRINIDAD & TOBAGO CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY
The Trinidad and Tobago Civil Aviation Authority (TTCAA) is mandated to regulate and admin-
ister a safe civil aviation system whilst ensuring that Trinidad and Tobago properly discharges
its obligations under international civil aviation agreements and treaties. The TTCAA is seeking
to recruit suitably qualified persons to the following position:
The incumbent reporting to the Director General Civil Aviation will have primary responsibility
for planning, developing and monitoring project from inception to close-off in compliance with
project schedules and budgets.
• Develops, implements (on approval by the Executive Team), monitors and periodically
reports project plans and specifications in the areas of design utility, scheduling of
materials and manpower, cost saving measures and potential construction or related
• Collaborates with a variety of internal and external stakeholders in directing, coordi
nating and supervising the project team in the execution of projects.
• Prepare annual capital budget estimates for the Authority, the Project Department
recurrent expenditure budgets, departmental budgets, work programme and estimation
of tender cost on an annual or as needed basis.
• Monitor capital expenditures in relation to budget or project cost schedules and takes
corrective action to address variances.
• Management and responsibility for the tendering process from conception to award.
• Negotiate with contractors and sub-contracts for the provision of services.
• Ensure that projects are in compliance with OSH requirements and project manage
ment best practices.
• Co-ordinates the provision of training to build core project management competencies
and develop project management knowledge and skills among project teams.
QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE:
• BSc in Civil or Mechanical Engineering and certification in Project Management.
• Sound knowledge of design-bid-build and design-build models of procurement.
• Working knowledge of standard forms of contracts such as FIDIC, TTIA & supply chain
• Five (5) years' experience in managing large scale projects of varying fields.
Relevant combinations of qualifications and experience will be considered.
Leonardo Julien, Nathaniel McDavid, Kirstan
Kallicharan and Crystian Thurton will bring
some experience to the national Under-15 cricket
team as it aims to defend its West Indies Cricket
Board (WICB) Regional U-15 title in Jamaica next
T&T won the two-day title last year, which was
held from July 12-26 also in Jamaica. Keagan Sim-
mons, who has now graduated to the national U-
17 team, struck an unbeaten 96 to lead T&T to
a seven-wicket win over Jamaica in the last round.
This year s edition will be a 50-over competition
played from July 20-30. Julien, McDavid, Kallicha-
ran and Thurton were all part of last year s winning
Coach Glen Dwarika, who led the team last year,
told the T&T Guardian yesterday that he hopes
the team can play about five practice matches
before the WICB tournament bowls off. Anthony
Ramjit will return as the manager of the unit.
Dwarika stated the team will begin training on
The cricketers along with their parents are asked
to attend a meeting at the Alloy Lequay Admin-
istrative Building, Clifford Roach Drive, Balmain,
Couva at 5 pm on Thursday for an important
UNDER 15 TEAM
Joshua James, Gereeb Louis, Kirstan
Kallicharan, Nathaniel McDavid, Leonardo
Julien, Teshawn Alleyne, Cephas Cooper,
Brandon Singh, Justyn Gangoo, Avinash
Mahabirsingh, Crystian Thurton, Kyle Madoo,
Navin Bedaisee, Enrique Singh
RESERVES: Tyrel Job, Michael Ambard,
Brandon Ali, Videsh Barran
The T&T Cricket Board (T&TCB) on
Sunday officially unveiled and re-ded-
icated its refurbished Sir Frank Worrell
Development Centre (SFWDC), 12 years
and eight days after it was first com-
missioned on May 30, 2002.
Over the past few months the T&TCB
has spent a substantial sum of money,
completely revamping the facility. Among
the welcome improvements are new
indoor nets which were completely
redone; carpets re-laid that allow differing
bounce and pace; all dormitories were
retro-fitted to become more user-friendly
by the cricketers; and an Information
Technology (IT) room was added to assist
coaches and analysts.
Azim Bassarath, president of the
T&TCB, in his address at Sunday s re-
dedication function, thanked the admin-
istrators who had contributed to local
cricket development before him.
He also gave the assurance that during
his tenure, the positive developments
would continue apace to benefit the young
Minister in the Ministry of Finance
Rudranth Indarsingh attended the func-
tion and gave the commitment to assist
the T&TCB whenever possible, and con-
gratulated the officials on the work that
they are doing and their splendid achieve-
ments to date.
Following the formal proceedings, the
T&TCB administrators engaged in a crick-
et match with former Test players Gus
Logie and Suruj Ragoonath captaining
the two teams.
Among the attendees at the function
New, improved Sir Frank Worrell Centre
and the match were former presidents of the
T&TCB, Alloy Lequay and Ellis Lewis, T&TCB
officials Dr. Allen Sammy, first vice-president;
Sukesh Maniam, treasurer; Arjoon Ramlal, general
secretary; Baldath Mahabir, executive member;
Patrick Rampersad, third vice-president; Ann
Browne John, executive member; Dasrath Maharaj
and Surujdath Mahabir, both leading coaches;
Client Ramphalle and Robert Neptune.
In his address Bassarath said although he has
the privilege to lead the T&TCB at this time,
the initial steps along the way were made by
others. "But it is the intention of myself and my
entire administration to continue the good work,
building and changing to suit the needs of our
ever-evolving sport," he said.
He added: "Today, we are unveiling a renewed
SFWDC, new carpets, new nets, longer run-ups,
better dressing rooms, better dormitories and
the like. This, ladies and gentlemen, is an invest-
ment in the future of the game, the future of
our country. At present, we have in training,
national Under-17 boys, national Under- 19 boys,
the senior women s team and a girls national
Under-19 team. Soon the national Under-15 boys
will also begin their preparation and in July, so
will our national men s senior team."
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