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THTI INVITES SUITABLY QUALIFIED INDIVIDUALS TO BE PART OF OUR DYNAMIC TEAM
OF PROFESSIONALS IN THE POSITIONS OF:
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
The Chief Executive Officer reports to the Chairman, Board of Directors and provides the overall strategic direction of the
organisation, within the framework set out by the Board of Directors and the Tobago House of Assembly, through its Secretary
for Tourism and Transportation.
Some of the key duties and responsibilities of this position include the following:
o Post graduate qualifications in Management from a recognised tertiary educational institution
o At least ten (10) years managerial experience
o Experience in a tertiary level teaching facility environment would be an asset
o Experience in a public service environment would be an asset
o Proven track record in management position (s), especially at the executive management level
o Excellent communication and interpersonal relationship skills
o Strong leadership skills
o Ability to give realisation to the organisation's vision and mission
o Must demonstrate creative and innovative skills
o Must have a good understanding of quality and process management
o Willingness to work amicably with all key stakeholders
o Willingness to expand knowledge base within the organisation through continuous learning
o Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite
Applications must be addressed to:
The Chairman, Board of Directors
c/o Tobago Hospitality and Tourism Institute
The Legal Department
Tobago House of Assembly
Corner Bacolet and Main Street
COLOMBO---Kumar Sangakkara scored a half-cen-
tury and shared an unbroken 98-run third wicket
stand with Mahela Jayawardene to give Sri Lanka
a strong 165-run lead against Pakistan in the second
Sri Lanka reached 177-2 in its second innings at
stumps on day three yesterday after Rangana Herath
earlier took 9-127.
Sangakkara, unbeaten on 54, became the fifth
highest Test run scorer---surpassing the total of 11,953
from West Indies great Brian Lara. Sangakkara reached
the feat in his 128th Test.
Players ahead of him are India s Sachin Tendulkar,
Australia s Ricky Ponting, South Africa s Jacques
Kallis and India s Rahul Dravid, all of whom have
Sangakkara faced 121 deliveries and hit four bound-
aries and Jayawardene was unbeaten on 49, playing
his final test innings.
Herath snared an extraordinary nine wickets to
end Pakistan s first innings for 332 in reply to Sri
Lanka s 320. Herath became only the second Sri
Lankan to take nine wickets in an innings after
Muttiah Muralitharan---and the first of any nationality
to do so since Murali in 2002. Herath on Friday
went past his 250th Test wicket, playing in his 57th
match. Pakistan s left-arm spinner Abdul Rehman
dismissed both Sri Lankan openers and ended the
day with 2-65. Opening from one end in the absence
of seamer Junaid Khan, Rehman bowled Upul Tha-
ranga for 45 and Younis Khan took a low slip catch
to dismiss Kaushal Silva (17).
Junaid Khan was hit on the head by a delivery
from Dhammika Prasad while batting and was taken
to the hospital for precautionary tests, the Pakistan
team said. Silva s departure saw Jayawardene walk
in to bat for the last time in Tests with the crowd
on their feet applauding and chanting "Mahela!
Pakistan batting coach Grant Flower said his team
was capable of chasing 300 in the second innings.
Pakistan was bowled out just before lunch, with No
7 Sarfraz Ahmed scoring a maiden Test century---
103 off 157 balls. (AP)
Sri Lanka leads
Pakistan by 165
Sri Lanka 1st Innings 320 all out
Pakistan 1st Innings
K Manzoor c Dickwella b Herath
A Shehzad c Dickwella b Perera
A Ali c Mathews b Herath
Y Khan c Dickwella b Herath
M ul-Haq c Dickwella b Herath
A Shafiq b Herath
S Ahmed c Dickwella b Herath
A Rehman c Jayawardene b Herath
W Riaz c Welegedara b Herath
S Ajmal b Herath
J Khan not out
Extras: (3lb, 3nb)
Total: (all out)
Fall of wickets: 1-47, 2-110, 3-122, 4-131, 5-140, 6-
233, 7-273, 8-301, 9-315, 10-332.
Bowling: D Prasad 16-4-53-0 (3nb), C Welegedara
18-2-65-0, R Herath 33.1-3-127-9, A Mathews 9-1-21-
0, D Perera 17-1-63-1.
Sri Lanka 2nd Innings
U Tharanga b Rehman
K Silva c YKhan b Rehman
K Sangakkara not out
M Jayawardene not out
Extras: (5b, 1w)
Total: (2 wickets) *
Fall of wickets: 1-54, 2-79.
Still to bat: Angelo Mathews, Lahiru Thirimanne,
Niroshan Dickwella, Dilruwan Perera, Dhammika
Prasad, Rangana Herath, Chanaka Welegedara.
Bowling: W Riaz 14-1-50-0 (1w, 1nb), A Rehman 24-
3-65-2, S Ajmal 23-5-47-0, A Shehzad 2-0-5-0.
Toss: Sri Lanka
Series: Sri Lanka leads two-match series 1-0.
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