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Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Tuesday, August 5, 2014
The Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (the
Authority) is an independent body established to regulate the country's
telecommunications and broadcasting sectors. Our Corporate Culture
incorporates teamwork, a strong work ethic and individual
professionalism. Applications are being invited from dynamic,
forward-thinking individuals for the following position:
Coordinator - Registry
To provide records management and information services support by maintaining
the Authority's Registry and Records systems, within the Information & Document
Management Services Department.
Key Duties and Responsibilities
• Maintain an effective records system by filing, scanning and uploading
documents in keeping with records management policies and classification
• Ensure all files and documents are logged in and out in accordance with current
• Implement and maintain Registry systems, policies and procedures under the
supervision of the Manager Information and Document Management Services
• Maintain supporting index systems for retrieval of information.
• Review records and implement retention and disposal schedules in accordance
with current requirements.
• Ensure effective retrieval of information, and accuracy of recording systems.
• Assist with formulating new records management policies and classification
systems; storing, arranging, indexing and classifying records;
• Respond to data requests from staff and assist them in accessing the records
• Provide on the job training to staff in use of the records management software
• Collate and write reports as required.
• Assist staff in other departments with the management of their records.
• Perform other related duties as required by job function.
Qualifications and Experience
• An Associate Degree or Diploma in Business Administration / Records
Management / Computer Science, or an equivalent qualification.
• A minimum of five (5) CXC General passes including English & Mathematics.
• At least three (3) years experience with library and/or registry systems.
• Efficient use of Microsoft Office Applications including MS Project.
• Knowledge of Library and Registry organisation / digital library.
• Administrative procedures and practices.
• Effective oral and written communication.
• Ability to speak/write Spanish would be an asset.
Applications should be submitted no later than August 8th 2014 to:
Manager, Human Resources
Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad and Tobago
#5, Eighth Avenue Extension, off Twelfth Street, Barataria,
Republic of Trinidad and Tobago.
or email: email@example.com
Late applications will not be accepted and unsuitable
applications will not be acknowledged.
Almost everyone who works has experienced job loss. If job loss hasn't
happened to you yet, count yourself lucky and expect that at some point
in time you probably will experience a job loss, too.
A job loss happens in many different ways:
• You could have been in the proverbial "wrong place at the wrong time," when
your employer decided to cut expenses (employees), also known as a layoff or
reduction in force (RIF).
• You could have worked for an employer who went out of business and just
closed up shop, turning every employee into a job seeker. Another wrong-
• Your employer could have been acquired by another organization that decided
to close your division, department, or group. Not your fault.
• Employers sometimes relocate all or part of the organization to another
geography or location you couldn't reach, or couldn't reach at a reasonable
expense. If moving wasn't an option for you, another wrong-place/wrong-
• You could have been fired from your job - being terminated by your employer
is not uncommon and not necessarily the employee's fault (but also not
necessarily the employer's fault, either).
• Sometimes people quit their jobs out of anger or frustration or because the
work situation has somehow become intolerable.
• You could even have left voluntarily, perhaps taken an early retirement,
expecting to relax and enjoy your golden years, but then lost your financial
security through the recent stock market dive or some other personal financial
Successful Job Loss Recovery Is Definitely Do-able
Regardless of how or why you lost your job, you have probably felt angry and
disappointed, frustrated, even humiliated. Given what you've been through,
those feelings are not inappropriate. But, getting past those feelings and learning
new strategies for coping and excelling will help you to be more successful in
your next job search and move on successfully. It's not impossible - millions
have done it!
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