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STATUTORY AUTHORITIES SERVICE COMMISSION DEPARTMENT
Vacant Office of City Engineer (Range 59D/61),
Statutory Authorities Service Commission
Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons for the appointment to the above mentioned position.
Kind of Work
Responsible professional and administrative work in the field of Municipal Engineering.
Minimum Experience and Training
"Considerable (4 - 8 years) experience in municipal engineering including considerable experience in a superviso-
ry capacity such as may have been gained in the lower class and training as evidenced by a recognised Degree in
Municipal or Civil Engineering; or any equivalent combination of experience and training."
Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
• Considerable knowledge of the modern methods, techniques and materials employed in the design, construction and
maintenance of civil engineering works.
• Considerable knowledge of the principles and practices of personnel management.
• Considerable knowledge of the building and related bye-laws and regulations.
• Ability to plan and design municipal engineering projects including the preparation of site plans and work related to
• Ability to guide and supervise subordinate professional, clerical, technical and skilled workers engaged in work related
to municipal engineering.
• Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees and the general public.
Range 59D/61: $10,571 - $12,664 per month (2011)
A copy of the job specification can be obtained from the Statutory Authorities Service Commission Department.
Copies of all supporting documents must be attached to the application form which should be submitted no later than 18
August, 2014 to:
The Executive Officer (Ag.)
Statutory Authorities' Service Commission Department
2nd Floor, General Building and Loan Association Building
#81-83 Abercromby Street
Port of Spain
Application forms are obtainable at all Municipal Corporations, the Tobago House of Assembly and Statutory Authorities
Service Commission Department.
Persons who have applied previously and who still wish to be considered for appointment to this position are advised to re-
apply in response to this Notice.
#1-7 Fitz Blackman Drive
(next to the National Stadium)
Port of Spain, Trinidad W.I.
Fax: 868 623-6766
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On the heels of protest action
which crippled Immigration Divi-
sion operations, Public Services
Association (PSA) president Wat-
son Duke is now being called upon
to take on a similar battle at the
San Fernando Magistrate s Court.
Calling for Duke s intervention
was attorney Ainsley Lucky, who
complained to Deputy Chief Mag-
istrate Mark Wellington in the First
Court, about the working condi-
tions at the courthouse.
Lucky, who was asking for a trial
date in a matter he was dealing
with before Wellington said: "I will
have to bring Watson Duke to close
down this building. It is hazardous
to health," declared Lucky.
The magistrate smiled and
replied, but his response was
Speaking to reporters afterwards,
Lucky said he was very serious
about seeking Duke s help because
the courthouse needed urgent
repairs and a safety hazard.
"I am calling on Mr Watson Duke
to investigate the working condi-
tions in this building forthwith.
"This building, albeit founda-
tionally sturdy, through years of
neglect has now presented itself as
a working hazard.
"For example the roof leaks atro-
ciously, save for a big yellow tar-
paulin on the roof; the toilets are
substandard; the support staff is
subjected to hazardous working
conditions; and on better days
everyone is melting because air cir-
culation is below par.
"If Watson Duke elects, from his
busy schedule to confer with the
likes of me, there will be results."
Duke and Imran Khan, president
of the Assembly of Southern
Lawyers, could not be reached for
comment up to late yesterday.
Earlier this year Duke led
employees sick-out action at sev-
eral courthouses because of viola-
tions of the Occupational Safety
and Health regulations.
Lawyer calls on Duke to
shut down Sando court
"...the roof leaks atrociously, save for a big yellow tarpaulin on the roof; the toilets are substandard; the
support staff is subjected to hazardous working conditions; and on better days everyone is melting because
air circulation is below par" ---attorney Ainsley Lucky
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