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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:
AZAD ABASS ALI HARDWARE CO LTD
40% discount on ornamental and hunting knives
Trade Minister Vasant Bharath has
set a deadline of early next week for a
decision on whether foreign scrap iron
dealers can sell and trade in the local
scrap iron market.
He gave that undertaking on Wednes-
day after members of the Scrap Iron
Dealers Association expressed their out-
rage over an upsurge of foreign scrap
iron dealers selling on the local market.
"To be able to protect the existing
scrap iron dealers we came to an arrange-
ment that the larger foreign scrap dealers
would have to be licensed to be able to
trade, but they will not be able to sell
on the local market. This is an issue
which the scrap dealers are bringing up
now. It appears that one foreign dealer
will be selling on the local market. I have
asked for an investigation, come back
to me and we will deal with it accord-
Bharath admitted that the industry is
unregulated and that has given rise "to
a lot of practices that resulted in pilferage".
"A lot of issues came up as a result
of this industry springing up, in a very
unplanned way. We had consultations
with the Scrap Iron Dealers Association.
Their major fear at the time was the fact
that the industry had attracted a number
of larger foreign buyers," he said
Asked how long it will take to resolve
the problem, Bharath said: "Not very
long, once we have the information. I
would suspect within a few days."
scrap iron trade
China will be asked to
assist T&T's agricultural
sector in areas of tilapia
and rice production,
mechanised farming. Food
Devant Maharaj said so
when he met this week
with Zhang Taolin, China's
vice minister of
Agriculture and Huang
Xingyuan, the Chinese
Ambassador to T&T. He
said the Chinese are
willing to offer technical
assistance. Here vice
minister Zhang Taolin
presents a book to
Maharaj. PHOTO: VINDRA
CHINA'S ASSIST T&T
The Ministry of Trade, Industry,
Investment and Communications
recently joined forces with the Customs
and Excise Division, the T&T Bureau
of Standards, Chemistry Food and
Drugs Division and Plant Quarantine
Division to host a training session on
the integrated TTBizlink-Asycuda Elec-
tronic System for goods declaration
which was merged on June 2.
The interactive and detailed training
session which targeted some 75 customs
brokers and clerks was conducted by
Randall Karim, director policy and strat-
egy at the Trade Ministry and Suraish
Mohan, collector, Customs and Excise
The session sought to build awareness
and understanding of the integrated sys-
tem and to solicit feedback on challenges
or concerns in the usage of the system.
The Ministry of Trade and the Customs
and Excise Division have also developed
a new standard operating procedures
manual for the clearance of goods aimed
at improving the ease of doing business
TTBizLink recently launched its new
e-Goods Declaration Service to the gen-
eral public at the Hyatt Regency. This
service enables the importer/exporter or
authorised agent of imported and export-
ed goods who has submitted cargo dec-
laration data to the customs border con-
trol system (Asycuda World) to thereafter
obtain regulatory approvals/endorsements
from the Trade Licence Unit and T&T
Bureau of Standards of the Ministry of
Trade; Chemistry, Food and Drugs Divi-
sion of the Ministry of Health; and the
Plant Quarantine Service of the Ministry
of Food Production.
Customs gets training on new system
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