Elections and Boundaries Commission Vacancies May 2021

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      FIELD INVESTIGATING OFFICER

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      FIELD INVESTIGATING OFFICER

      Responsible for: 

      (i)           Visiting the place of residence of any person who has applied to be registered either as elector or non-elector under the provisions of the Representation of the People Act; interviewing such person “in situ” to verify data provided in support of applications for registration;

      (ii)          Determining the internal consistency and accuracy of information supplied by registrants by interviewing relatives or other persons including employers; visiting registrant’s workplace if necessary and conducting interviews as appropriate;

      (iii)         Conducting systematic checks to determine the bona fides of applications for transfers of all registrations: intra-constituency and extra-constituency;

      (iv)         Submitting timely reports on the results of all field investigations to the Assistant Registration Officers and Registration Officers;

      (v)          Making frequent visits to offices of District Registrar of Births and Deaths for the purpose of obtaining information relevant to updating of the electoral list; coordinating such activity with daily review of obituary notices in the Press and visits to funeral agencies;

      (vi)         Investigating allegations of improper transfers of registration to establish the truth of statements provided by registrants; and conducting such research as may be necessary;

      (vii)        Visiting the Immigration Division of the Ministry of National Security at least once per quarter to obtain data on registrants who have migrated; preparing reports and submitting same to Assistant Registration Officers and Registration Officers;

      (viii)       Receiving from the Chief Election Officer or Registration Officer or Assistant Registration Officer or Registration Supervisor advance information about special activities such as electoral registration so as to assist with the preparation of work plans and programmes;

      (ix)         Receiving oral and written instruction from the Registration Officer or Registration Supervisors or the Chief Election Officer regarding assignments for investigation;

      (x)          Keeping proper written record of all investigation conducted in the course of duty;

      (xi)         Bringing to the immediate attention of the Registration Officer or Assistant Registration Officer any irregularity regarding the findings of investigations;

      (xii)        Investigates complaints made by the public regarding names on the Electoral List.

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      FACILITIES MANAGER

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      FACILITIES MANAGER

      Job Summary

      The incumbent is required to manage and direct the provision of facilities management services in a large Ministry/Department ensuring regulatory compliance and a safe and functional work environment for employees and clients. Duties include directing and co-ordinating staff performing facilities management work; developing and implementing a preventative maintenance programme, facilities management policies, procedures and guidelines; advising  on facilities management matters; making recommendations for implementing facilities upgrades and construction; developing budget proposals; preparing tender documents and supervising contractors providing contracted services related to facilities management.

      Reports To: Permanent Secretary or Designated Officer

      Supervison Given To: Staff of the Facilities Management Unit

      Duties and Responsibilites:

      • Plans, organizes, directs and co-ordinates the work of staff engaged in the provision of facilities management services in the Ministry/Department.
      • Develops and implements a programme for the ongoing and preventative maintenance and the operations of all building facilities, grounds, equipment and mechanical/electrical systems.
      • Directs the development of and manages the implementation of facilities upgrades, remodelling, construction, relocation and other related projects.
      • Advises on all matters relating to or adversely affecting the functional integrity of the buildings, equipment and facilities services of the Ministry/Department and recommends remedial measures.
      • Makes recommendations regarding building structures, alterations, additions to equipment, fixtures and other such charges as required to maintain optimal décor and function of the facilities.
      • Directs and co-ordinates the planning and acquisition of accommodation and the utilisation of space and facilities consistent with the requirements of organisational efficiency.
      • Ensures that all facilities are in compliance with the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) and proper systems for the security of all facilities and occupants are in place; also develops health and safety policies, guidelines and procedures.
      • Coordinates all projects and provides overall supervision to contractors engaged in performing work related to repair, maintenance and upgrades to buildings, grounds, equipment and other systems.
      • Develops and submits budget proposals in respect of the provision of facilities management services for inclusion in draft estimates; also prepare scopes of work and cost estimates for contracted services related to facilities management.
      • Directs and oversees the development and preparation of tender documents and contract specifications for facilities management contracted services.
      • Performs periodic inspections of all facilities, equipment and systems to ensure optimal functioning.
      • Prepares and/or directs the preparation of Cabinet Notes, reports, correspondence and other documents pertinent to facilities management.
      • Represents the Ministry/Department on committees, meetings and other fora on facilities management and related matters.
      • Performs related duties as may be required.
      Knowledge:
      • Extensive knowledge of the principles and techniques of Facilities Management.
      • Extensive knowledge of building construction and maintenance work, codes and standards.
      • Extensive knowledge of the methods, materials and equipment used in upgrades, preventative maintenance and repair of facilities and equipment.
      • Considerable knowledge of the OSHA as it pertains to facilities management.
      • Considerable knowledge of project management principles and techniques.
      • Considerable knowledge of the principles of space planning and utilisation.
      • Considerable knowledge of the procedures involved in budget preparation, work scope development and cost estimation for contracted services and public service procurement.



      Skills and Abilities:
      • Skill in the use of personal computers.
      • Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office and Microsoft Project.
      • Ability to use e-government technology platforms.
      • Ability to develop and implement a preventative maintenance programme for building, facilities, equipment and systems.
      • Ability to plan, direct and coordinate the work of staff performing facilities management duties.
      • Ability to prepare budget proposals, scopes of work and cost estimates related to the provision of facilities management services.
      • Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing; and to prepare comprehensive reports, briefs and other documents on facilities management matters.
      • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with associates, other public service employees and members of the public.
      Minimum Experience and Training
      • Minimum of eight (8) years’ experience performing facilities management duties, including at least four (4) years at a managerial/supervisory level.
      • Training as evidenced by the possession of a Bachelor’s Degree in Facilities Management; or Civil/Structural/Mechanical/Electrical Engineering  supplemented by certification in Facilities Management.

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      BUSINESS OPERATIONS ASSISTANT I

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      BUSINESS OPERATIONS ASSISTANT I

      Reports To: Business Operations Assistant II or Designated Officer

      The incumbent is required to perform a variety of clerical/secretarial and administrative support duties of limited complexity. Work involves assisting in the planning and management of meetings; opening, sorting and routing of mail; maintaining records and files; performing routine accounting duties and generating a wide variety of documents utilising appropriate software. Depending on assignment, the incumbent may be required to perform some or the full range of the duties of this position.

      Main Responsibilities:

      • Assists in the planning and management of meetings, workshops and conferences :
      • –    prepares agendas;
      • –    issues meeting invitations;
      • –    takes meeting notes;
      • –    distributes minutes to participants; and
      • –    undertakes relevant follow-up action, as directed
      • Assists in the coordination of travel arrangements by preparing costing, obtaining quotes from travel agencies and performing other related tasks.
      • Maintains file register and filing system in keeping with established systems and procedures.
      • Receives, records, sorts and routes incoming and outgoing correspondence and other documents.
      • Composes and issues routine correspondence; also prepares drafts of more complex correspondence and reports of meetings, conferences etc. as directed.
      • Orders, issues, and maintains inventory of supplies and equipment.
      • Assists in the preparation of timesheets and pay sheets, vouchers, invoices and requisitions; posts entries in journals and ledgers and other routine accounting duties.
      • Files memoranda, letters, reports and other documents.
      • Generates a wide variety of documents such as letters, memoranda, minutes, reports, and spread sheets utilizing appropriate software.
      • Attends to queries and ascertains the business of callers and visitors and guides them accordingly.
      • Operates standard office equipment such as photocopiers, scanners, facsimile machines and binders.
      • Assists in the preparation of budgetary and expenditure statement by collecting and inputting relevant data as directed.
      • Undertakes basic information gathering, as directed, and compiles data for entry; enters and/ or verifies data.
      • Performs other related duties as assigned.



      Knowledge:
      • Knowledge of modern office practices and procedures.
      • Some knowledge of relevant Public Service rules, regulations, instructions and procedures.
      Skills and Abilities:
      • Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office Suite.
      • Skill in the use of personal computers.
      • Ability to use e-Government technology platforms.
      • Ability to use the internet for research purposes.
      • Ability to compose and prepare documents such as letters, memoranda, minutes and reports.
      • Ability to learn assigned tasks of limited complexity and variety readily.
      • Ability to make arithmetical computations.
      • Ability to use a computer and other standard office machines such as photocopiers, scanners and facsimile machines.
      • Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
      • Ability to work as part of a team.
      • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with colleagues and the public.
      • Ability to use initiative to find solutions for simple work related issues.
      Minimum Experience and Training:
      • Five (5) CXC/GCE O Level passes including English Language and Mathematics.

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      BUSINESS OPERATIONS ASSISTANT II

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      BUSINESS OPERATIONS ASSISTANT II

      Job Summary:

      The incumbent is required to perform a variety of complex clerical/secretarial and administrative support duties. Work involves the performance of office management functions; assisting in strategy and work programme planning and implementation; undertaking follow-up activities as required and performing secretarial duties for managerial/professional and technical staff. Duties also include the supervision of employees engaged in the performance of related duties. Depending on assignment, the incumbent may be required to perform some or the full range of the duties of this position.

      Reports To: Business Operations Coordinatoror other Designated Officer

      Duties and Responsibilities:

      • Supervises the work of employees performing a variety of routine to complex clerical/secretarial and administrative support duties by assigning and reviewing work and providing guidance.
      • Trains and guides staff in performing work assignments.
      • Co-ordinates the planning and management of meetings, workshops and conferences.
      • Prepares and/or guides the preparation of complex correspondence, spread sheets, reports and other documents.
      • Determines the need for, and prepares or oversees the requisition, receipt, storage, distribution and maintenance of office supplies and equipment.
      • Undertakes follow-up activities regarding the Unit’s work programme and decisions taken at meetings, workshops and conferences and submits progress reports.
      • Undertakes research, conducts analysis and compiles data as directed.
      • Performs office management duties such as:
      • –       Developing and maintaining file register and filing system in keeping with established procedures.
      • –       Coordinating the receipt, sorting, recording and distribution of correspondence and other documents.
      • –       Coordinating travel arrangements for staff.
      • –       Arranging for equipment/building repairs and maintenance.
      • Assists in the preparation of budgetary estimates by obtaining relevant financial and other data for inclusion.
      • Generates a wide variety of documents such as letters, memoranda, minutes, reports, spread sheets utilising appropriate software.
      • Operates a computer, utilising word processing and other software as well as other standard office machines such as scanners, photocopiers and facsimile machines.
      • Performs administrative support  duties for managerial/professional/technical staff such as :
      • –       reviewing and screening incoming correspondence, making preliminary assessment of its importance, handles some personally or forwarding to superior;
      • receiving and screening incoming calls and visitors , determining priority matters and notifying  superior
      • –       accordingly; and
      • –       Co-coordinating and managing the superior’s calendar by arranging appointments and engagements.
      • Performs other related duties as assigned.



      Knowledge:
      • Considerable knowledge of modern office practices and procedures.
      • Considerable knowledge of relevant Public Service rules, regulations, instructions and procedures.
      • Considerable knowledge of office management principles and techniques.
      • Knowledge of relevant financial rules and regulations.
      Skills and Abilities:
      • Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office Suite.
      • Skill in the use of personal computers.
      • Ability to use e-Government technology platforms.
      • Ability to use the internet for research purposes.
      • Ability to compose and prepare standard documents such as letters, memoranda, minutes and reports.
      • Ability to demonstrate problem solving skills.
      • Ability to plan, organize and supervise the work of staff engaged in performing a variety of clerical/secretarial and administrative support duties.
      • Ability to train and mentor employees.
      • Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
      • Ability to develop creative strategies and solutions to accomplish objectives.
      • Ability to lead and work as part of a team.
      • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with colleagues and members of the public.
      • Ability to use initiative and to find solutions for work related issues.

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      SENIOR LEGAL OFFICER

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      SENIOR LEGAL OFFICER

      Job Summary

      The incumbent is required to supervise junior legal officers performing legal work in the Legal Services Unit/Division of a Ministry/Department. Duties include appearing in court, providing legal advice and opinions and drafting legal documents on the more complex legal matters involving the Ministry/Department. The incumbent also assists in planning, organising and preparing the work programme of the Unit/Division

      Reports To: Director, Legal Services or Designated Officer

      Supervison Given To: Junior Legal Officers  and other support staff

      Duties and Responsibilities

      • Supervises junior legal officers and other staff providing legal support work.
      • Assigns and reviews the work of junior legal officers while providing training, advice, guidance and direction on legal matters.
      • Plans, organises and prepares the work programme of the Legal Services Unit/Division.
      • Represents the Ministry/Department in court and before other tribunals on the more complex legal matters.
      • Drafts the more complex legal documents including contracts, leases, and agreements.
      • Reviews systems, policies and procedures and makes appropriate recommendations to improve productivity and quality service.
      • Confers with relevant official of Ministries/Departments and attends meetings to give professional legal advice.
      • Prepares and /or reviews legal opinions.
      • Reviews legal/court documents for completeness and accuracy.
      • Advises on the more complex legal issues related to the administration, interpretation and enforcement of laws pertaining to the operations of the Ministry/Department.
      • Participates in or supervises the preparation of instructions for submission to state central legal agencies on legal matters involving the state.
      • Participates in or supervises court case preparation work such as interviewing witnesses, taking depositions and preparing pre-trial briefs and preparing draft pleadings for filing.
      • Supervises the conduct of research and analysis on legal matters pertinent to the Ministry’s/Department’s operations.
      • Participates in and/or supervises the review of existing legislation, rules, and regulations pertaining to the Ministry/Department and recommends/formulates appropriate amendments.
      • Reviews systems and procedures and recommends or devises strategies/ mechanisms to improve the effectiveness of legal services delivery.
      • Leads or participates in negotiations/consultations with external/internal parties.
      • Prepares Cabinet/Ministerial Notes, memoranda, letters, and other documents on legal matters.
      • Represents the Ministry/Department on committees and in meetings and other fora.
      • Performs other related duties as required.
      Knowledge
      • Considerable knowledge of the Laws of Trinidad and Tobago.
      • Considerable knowledge of legal principles and practices.
      • Considerable knowledge of the laws and regulations pertinent to the operations of the Ministry/Department.
      • Considerable knowledge of legal drafting principles and practices.
      • Considerable knowledge of legal research skills and techniques.
      • Considerable knowledge of court procedures and practices and of rules of evidence.



      Skills and Abilities:
      • Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office Suite.
      • Skill in the use of personal computers.
      • Skill in drafting  legal documents/instruments.
      • Skill in negotiation, mediation and arbitration.
      • Ability to use e-Government technology platforms.
      • Ability to use the internet for research purposes.
      • Ability to supervise legal officers performing professional legal work.
      • Ability to analyse and interpret laws and regulations.
      • Ability to present and explain statements of facts and the law, and to argue clearly and logically, orally and in writing.
      • Ability to maintain confidentiality.
      • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with fellow employees and members of the public.
      Minimum Experience and Training
      • Minimum of eight (8) years’ experience as a practicing Attorney at law.
      • Bachelor of Law Degree from a recognised institution.
      • Legal Education Certificate or equivalent from a recognised institution.
      • Admission to practice law in Trinidad and Tobago.

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      CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER

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      CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER

      Job Summary

      The incumbent is required to contribute to the achievement of the communications targets of the Ministry/Department and assist in monitoring their implementation. Duties include coordinating media relations strategies, producing and disseminating materials for communicating information about the Ministry/Department and its services; coordinating the content of the intranet or external website and the production of a quarterly newsletter; disseminating reports and publications; and maintain an updated database of contacts and an effective communication system within the Ministry/Department. Depending on work assignment, the incumbent will be required to perform duties in one or more of the Communications functional areas.

      Reports To: Senior Corporate Communications Officer/designated officer

      Duties and Responsibilities:

      Strategy and Measurement

      • Assists in tracking developments in the Ministry/Department’s sector nationally and globally.
      • Participates in the design, organisation and implementation of a creative and effective Marketing/Communications Strategy including content management for the Ministry/Department’s website ensuring that it is adequately integrated into the Ministry/Department’s Operations.
      • Participates in the preparation and execution of programmes geared towards educating and informing the Public.
      • Conducts research and utilizes other data in the analysis and evaluation of information for the preparation of policy documents, briefs, working papers and presentations.
      • Assists with relevant research including but not limited to the conduct of interviews to determine the success and outreach of Information Programmes and initiates corrective action as appropriate.
      • Interprets HR policies and procedures to assist clients with queries and concerns.
      • Prepares communications reports, Cabinet/Ministerial Notes, internal notes and other documents.

      Product and Events

      • Develops and implements marketing, media placement and distribution strategies for the Ministry/Department.
      • Assists in the production of literature formats such as booklets, posters, brochures for public outreach and sensitisation.
      • Assists in the development of information and activities such as health and wellness, safety awareness and other cultural and workplace enhancing projects.
      • Performs day-to-day management of the intranet site through the use of a Content Management System, including design, content and technical functions, to ensure that it is useful for staff and that content is up-to-date, accurate and consistent with the Brand Identity Guide.
      • Develops and manages internal communication activities which involve, engage and inform all employees, utilising appropriate communication tools.
      • Prepares, develops, writes and edits content for the intranet, staff newsletter, team briefings, noticeboards and other internal communications channels as well as for project briefs.
      • Maintains and regularly updates a detailed calendar of events or Forward Diary for the Ministry/Department.

      Media and Advertising

      • Develops a Media Strategy for each announcement, launch or significant media event.
      • Organises and manages press, radio and television interviews.
      • Writes a variety of communications (e.g. press releases, personal interest stories, newsletters, etc.) for the purpose of keeping the media and public informed of the activities of the Ministry/Department.
      • Coordinates the completion, printing, and distribution of corporate collateral to selected media representatives.
      • Drafts appropriate responses to adverse publicity.
      • Undertakes research on current web and internet technology and trends in marketing and communications for the purpose of keeping current.
      • Monitors national, regional and international news to identify evolving trends and opinions which may impact the work of the Ministry/Department. .
      • Monitors media scanning databases and redirects any issues to the relevant authorities.
      • Provides media summaries and alerts on breaking news.



      Stakeholder Engagement

      • Performs protocol duties for the Ministry/Department in accordance with established standards to ensure appropriate etiquette is used in interactions with individuals such as dignitaries and officials.
      • Assists in identifying stakeholders’ needs and proposes relevant engagement strategies.
      • Develops, manages and controls procedures for all internal and external correspondence.
      • Researches and assembles information for members of the public.
      • Responds to complaints and organisation issues from members of the public.
      • Distributes relevant educational material on the activities of the Ministry/Department.
      • Creates and updates a database/directory of stakeholders’ contact information, profiles and services.
      • Performs other related duties as required.
      Knowledge:
      • Knowledge of current theories and practices in communications research, planning and strategy, and the role of mass media.
      • Knowledge of media issues, social marketing theory and practice, communications strategies and implementation and behavioural sciences.
      • Knowledge of marketing, public relations, advertising, promotion and other communications methods.
      • Knowledge of modern techniques of news gathering and release.
      • Knowledge of Video Production.
      • Some knowledge of the Constitution of The Republic of Trinidad and Tobago;
      • Some knowledge of the organisational structure of the Government of Trinidad and Tobago;
      • Knowledge of modern techniques of news gathering/event management.
      • Knowledge of protocol procedures
      Skills and Abilities
      • Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office Suite, HTML, wiki-mark-up, and Adobe Photoshop CSS.
      • Skill in the use of personal computers.
      • Ability to use e-Government technology platforms
      • Ability to use the internet for research purposes.
      • Ability to plan and organize, and supervise the work of support staff.
      • Ability to communicate at a high-level, both orally and in writing.
      • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with colleagues, members of the media and the public.
      • Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office Suite
      Minimum Experience and Traning
      • Minimum two (2) years’ experience in Corporate Communications or  Public Relations, including web design and development, preferably in the Public Sector.
      • Training as evidenced by a recognised University Degree in Communications Studies or a related discipline.

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