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TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
IN THE HIGH COURT
IN THE ESTATE OF
also called Orell
Notice is hereby given
that after the expiration
of fourteen days from the
date hereof application
will be made in the
Registry of the Supreme
Court of resealing of the
grant of Probate of the
Will of Orell Oliver
Desnoes late of No 400
NE 169th Street 306,
North Miami, Florida,
United States of America
granted out of the Circuit
Court of Miami-Dade
County of Florida Probate
Division of the United
States of America on the
29th March, 2013.
Dated this 13th day of
NATIONAL HELICOPTER SERVICES LIMITED
National Helicopter Services Limited, a leading provider of helicopter transport
and related services to the energy and state sectors, is seeking to recruit a
suitably qualified professional to fill the following position:
DIRECTOR OF CORPORATE SERVICES
The Director of Corporate Services (DOCS) forms a critical part of the Executive Management Team and
has overall responsibility for the leadership of a diverse portfolio of functions including Human Resources,
Finance, Facilities Management, ICT and Procurement functions. The incumbent will ensure that all of
these services are offered to the highest standard and that the organization runs smoothly, efficiently and
economically. The DOCS leads, coaches, mentors and develops the senior staff of all departments that
report to the position.
Major Duties and Responsibilities:
Leads the ongoing development of a professional and achievement focused workforce and culture.
Designs and leads corporate strategic change initiatives across the organization.
Provides visible and effective leadership to the Corporate Services Group.
Leads and promotes a strong internal service culture, ensuring a service delivery approach that is
responsive to the operational and strategic needs of the Company.
Acts as Deputy Accountable officer, undertaking related duties in the absence of the General Manager.
Required Qualifications and Skills
Post Graduate degree in Accountancy, HR, Law or Procurement and Logistics.
A minimum of ten (10) years' experience in a Senior Management position in a similar capacity or
in the areas of Accounts, Human Resources, Legal Services, or Procurement and Logistics.
Good people skills with proven ability to manage support and motivate staff.
Demonstrable experience in providing strategic leadership and influencing and leading change
across an organization.
Sound practical knowledge of corporate services functions in general, and in depth expertise in one
or more corporate service functional area(s)
Demonstrable IT literacy and ability to use HR and financial software.
Have a high degree of integrity, tact, diplomacy and corporate spirit.
Detailed applications together with copies of all documentary evidence of Academic Qualifications, Training
and Experience and the names of two Referees should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or sent to:
The Human Resource Manager
National Helicopter Services Limited
P.O. Bag 685
No later than 21st June 2014
Unsuitable applications would not be acknowledged.
tatives from national science,
technology and innovation-
related agencies in Latin Amer-
ican and Caribbean countries,
gathered in Santiago, Chile,
agreed to promote public poli-
cies on science, innovation and
information and communica-
tions technologies (ICT),
addressing the challenges the
region faces in terms of struc-
tural change, social equality and
Ministers, deputy ministers and
other senior officials met at the
First Meeting of the Conference
on Science, Innovation and Infor-
mation and Communications
Technologies, organised by the
Economic Commission for Latin
America and the Caribbean
(Eclac) at its headquarters in the
The Conference is a subsidiary
body of Eclac that was created
during the Commission s Thir-
ty-fourth session, held in August
2012 in El Salvador. In Santiago,
the Conference s Executive Com-
mittee was formed; Chile presides
over it and 12 other countries in
the region also belong.
The Santiago Agreement,
signed at the meeting s conclu-
sion, proposes fostering dialogue
and regional co-operation in the
framework of the Conference
while also promoting co-ordi-
nation with other regional, sub-
regional, bilateral and multilateral
Countries aim to work on
regional projects and activities
related to the training of human
resources, technological innova-
tion, ICT and institutional
strength, among other areas.
The delegates also agreed to
"boost the complementary
aspects of the innovation and
education systems to address the
demands of the productive appa-
ratus and establish long-term
policies on science, innovation
and information and communi-
The first meeting of the Con-
ference was organized by Eclac
and Chile s Foreign Affairs Min-
istry, with the support of the
German Agency for International
Cooperation (GIZ), the Brazilian
Center for Strategic Studies and
Management (CGEE) and the
Chilean National Council on Innova-
tion for Competitiveness.
At the inauguration of the event,
Eclac s Executive Secretary, Alicia
Bárcena, stressed "that science, tech-
nology, innovation and knowledge
must be at the service of the people,"
allowing the population to obtain more
productive jobs with full rights, which
implies better salaries and social pro-
Eclac proposes forging social com-
pacts in various spheres, one of the
most important of which is science
and technology, Bárcena said. This
area is key to developing active indus-
trial policies oriented towards the
diversification of the region s
economies, she added.
The senior representative called for
"formulating regional integration pro-
posals on science and technology"
and emphasised that "we are here to
decide to finally be protagonists of
the great technological change" the
world is experiencing.
Chilean Foreign Affairs Minister
Heraldo Muñoz proposed increasing
investment in research and develop-
ment in Latin American and
Caribbean countries, and he high-
lighted, as one of the Conference s
objectives, the development of a
"biannual programme of activities
regarding regional cooperation on
The Chilean minister called for ana-
lyzing the possibility of creating a
regional financing mechanism to boost
the development of science, technol-
ogy and innovation. "Our intention
and commitment is that this Con-
ference contributes to the creation of
a regional agenda," he said.
Agreement on regional ICT policies
Chilean Foreign Affairs
Minister Heraldo Muñoz
Chilean Foreign Affairs
Minister Heraldo Muñoz
investment in research
and development in Latin
American and Caribbean
countries, and he
highlighted, as one of the
the development of a
"biannual programme of
regional cooperation on
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