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Our client, a company engaged in extensive research is seeking bright, creative and
suitably qualified nationals of Trinidad and Tobago to join its team
KEY DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Manages the overall operations of a specialized Unit
• Ensures planning and production of accurate reports • Reviews and addresses all
matters relating to organization infrastructure
• Reviews and recommends training requirements
NECESSARY QUALIFICATIONS, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITY:
• The ability to lead and motivate a dynamic and skilled team to ensure attainment of
• The ability to prepare security threat and risk assessments
• Formal training in security threat/risk assessment methodology
• Must possess strong analytical and report writing skills
• The ability to quickly assess scenarios and apply the required procedure to derive
the optimal solution
• The ability prepare and conduct executive level briefings and presentations
• At least a Bachelor's Degree in Social Sciences
• At least 5-6 years experience in a managerial position
• Competency in one or more foreign language will be considered an asset
• A Master's Degree in Management will be considered an asset
• An attractive compensation package
HOW TO APPLY:
Interested persons meeting the above criteria should apply in writing and send
résumés along with:
• Names and addresses of two (2) references.
• Copies of academic qualifications.
• Copies of proof of nationality.
TO THE FOLLOWING:
Human Resource Manager: Manager
P.O. Box 5198, 117 Tragarete Road, Port of Spain by 12.00 noon on July 15, 2014
Unsuitable applications will not be acknowledged.
4. Despite all the "right" choices you made
in your career, the outcome feels very wrong.
So many professionals have made all the "right"
choices, done everything that was expected of them,
so when they wake up bored to death with their
work, they re shocked and confused. The thing to
realize here is that the "right" choices usually had
to do with pleasing others, stroking your ego, or
taking work or a promotion that fell in your lap,
rather than asking yourself the tough questions like
"Is this where I belong?"
5. You have the irrepressible feeling that
your talents and abilities could/should be
used in a totally different (more creative
and impactful) way.
I used to say to myself every day in my corporate
life, "I know I m made for better things than this."
But I didn t listen to myself -- I thought I was
crazy. If you think, "There s got to be more in life,"
then there IS more to life than what you re currently
doing -- no question.
There s another way to live and work, even though
you can t see it yet. Here s an example. I have a
client who worked in media and public relations
for a large, well-known firm for many years, and
was laid off last year. She had a big dream -- of
starting her own consulting business, where she
could call the shots, partner with colleagues she
respected, and also work on projects that had per-
sonal meaning to her. She fantasized about working
on retainer (not hourly) in her consultancy, offering
her digital marketing talents to start-up companies
that were just figuring out what they wanted to be
when they grew up. But she was too scared to go
After being rejected from five straight interviews
at big firms within two months, she realized it was
a sign, and decided to muster the courage to plough
ahead to pursue her own business.
That was three months ago. Now, she has three
new clients, loves making a difference to budding
start-ups she cares about, and is proud of what
she s doing. People are asking her advice, and
paying handsomely for it. With just two more clients,
she ll be earning very close to what she was when
she was laid off. She s full of hope, excitement and
If you re reading this, I m rather sure you want
career change. Do you fit any of the criteria above?
If so, will now be the time?
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