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June 22, 2014 www.guardian.co.tt Sunday Guardian
GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
In keeping with the Ministry's mandate to strengthen the implementation and coordination capacity for HIV/AIDS related
activities, the Ministry of National Security invites applications from suitably qualified nationals of Trinidad and Tobago to
fill the following contract position:
Role: Reporting to the HIV/AIDS Co-ordinator, the incumbent is required to carry out programme development and imple-
mentation of projects in the HIV and AIDS Coordinating Unit of the Ministry of National Security. Responsibilities include
ensuring implementation of programme activities; overseeing work plan performance; participating in project planning,
implementation, monitoring and reporting.
Key Duties and Responsibilities
• Facilitates and assists in the execution of the National HIV Strategic Plan.
• Assists the HIV/AIDS Coordinator in development of the annual work plan.
• Coordinates the preparation of budget estimates.
• Designs, reviews and coordinates the implementation of HIV programmes and initiatives for the Ministry's staff and
community outreach initiatives.
• Implements and maintains the HIV and AIDS Workplace Policy in accordance with guidelines.
• Provides instructions for the development of HIV research agendas.
• Identifies and builds partnerships with key stakeholders.
• Assists the HIV/AIDS Coordinator in the overall management of the Unit.
• Reviews programmes based on feedback from Monitoring and Evaluation Officer.
• Represents the Ministry at international and regional meetings.
• Performs any other related duties as assigned.
• BSc. in Social Sciences from a recognized University.
• A Masters in a Social Science field will be an asset.
• Experience in an HIV and AIDS environment will be an asset.
• A minimum of two (2) years supervisory experience in working with those infected and affected with HIV.
• Experience in networking and developing critical linkages with key stakeholders.
• Excellent supervisory, organizational and analytical skills.
• Communication skills (oral and written).
• Interpersonal skills.
• Report writing skills.
Salary and other terms and conditions of employment are to be negotiated with the Chief Personnel Officer.
Applications, including Curriculum Vitae, names and addresses of two (2) referees, and a contact number, should be sent
The Permanent Secretary
Ministry of National Security
Temple Court 1
31-33 Abercromby Street
Port of Spain Trinidad West Indies
Closing date for applications is Monday 30th June, 2014
We thank all interested applicants, but advise that only those who are shortlisted will be contacted.
CORK---Mikko Ilonen of Finland
birdied the last hole to stay on top of
the Irish Open leaderboard after the
third round yesterday.
Ilonen, who has led from the outset,
carded a 2-under-par 69 to move to a
12-under total at Fota Island.
The leader by two shots overnight,
Ilonen will take a one-shot lead into the
final round over Danny Willett of Eng-
land, who eclipsed Ilonen s own course
record by a shot with an 8-under 63
that also included a hole-in-one at the
One shot further back on 10 under
was crowd favorite Graeme McDowell,
who birdied two of his closing three
holes in a score of 69. The Northern
SPIELBERG---Felipe Massa felt like kickstarting his
Formula One career after earning his first pole since
2008 as Williams stunned Mercedes in Austrian
GP qualifying yesterday.
Massa and teammate Valtteri Bottas posted the
two fastest times, setting up the first Formula One
race of the season without Mercedes in the front
Championship leader Nico Rosberg was third,
while Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton went off
track in the final qualifying round and will start ninth.
It s Massa 16th career pole but first since the Brazil-
ian GP six years ago. Williams had not had a 1-2 in
qualifying since the German GP in 2003.
"It was such a great moment," said the Brazilian,
who has won 11 races in his career. "It was a very
long time when I had my last pole position."
Massa s fastest lap on the 4.3-kilometer Red Bull
Ring was 1 minute, 8.759 seconds, 0.087 ahead of
Bottas. Rosberg came another 0.098 back.
Hamilton had one time scratched as all four wheels
of his car crossed the sideline in turn eight, while
he came off track again and spun at his final attempt
to beat Massa.
Bottas led the final practice earlier yesterday, edging
Hamilton by 0.05, while Massa came third to send
out a warning to Mercedes, which had pole in all
seven previous races.
"I am not totally suprised," Williams deputy team
boss Claire Williams said. "This track suites us with
the long straights."
According to Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff,
Williams deserved the pole despite his team had
clearly dominating practice on Friday.
Button, the 2009 champion, had to quit the session
after just four laps because of a problem with the
rear brakes of his McLaren. (AP)
Ilonen birdies 18th to
keep lead in Irish Open
Irishman was not only targeting a first victory this year
but also a maiden Irish Open victory.
"It s been fun to come here this week after the pres-
sures of last week s US Open and just let off some
steam and relax, and enjoy my golf again, and also
enjoy the odd pint of Guinness in the evenings,"
"I will now try and give the crowds what they want
tomorrow (today), and that s an Irish winner, but then
there is a lot of names up on the leaderboard who will
have issues with that.
"Winning the Irish Open is well up my leaderboard
as far as wish lists of golf tournaments I would like
to win, and to win would do many things like kick
start my season and boost my Ryder Cup chances."
He noted an Irish winner would also cap a good
week for Irish golf, with Royal Portrush added to the
British Open rotation, and Rory McIlroy committing
to representing Ireland at the 2016 Olympics.
Ilonen confessed he wore an emerald-colored shirt
to try and win over the large Irish crowds.
The Finn could have easily finished two clear when
his attempted eagle chip shot at 18 lipped out, leaving
a three-footer for his birdie.
"I decided to wear a green shirt today (yesterday),
and the fans were really pleased, but then I knew my
course record wouldn t last long and I called that,"
Ilonen said. "But I feel really comfortable out there,
and really pleased to birdie 18, and get back the lead."
Willett recorded his second hole-in-one of the year,
after one at the China Open.
"It was a perfect number, wind out of the left with
an 8-iron, kind of saying go in and not really quite
sure, but it slam-dunked in the hole," Willett said after
his second 63 of the year. (AP)
Williams' Massa takes
pole for Austrian GP
Finland's Mikko Ilonen on the eighteenth, during day
three of the Irish Open at Fota Island Resort, County
Cork, Ireland, yesterday. AP PHOTO
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