MOE Vacancies March 2020

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      (Ministry of Education) MOE Vacancies March 2020.

      (Ministry of Education) MOE Vacancies March 2020.

      (Ministry of Education) MOE Vacancies March 2020.


      Substitute Teacher Application

      Who Can Apply?

      1. Persons who have obtained their Certificate, Diploma, Associate Degree, Bachelor’s, or Master’s in the area of subject specialty from a recognized and accredited University.
      2. Persons who have been interviewed for Primary and Secondary School Teaching.
      3. Person who were previously employed as a substitute Teacher
      4. Retired Primary and Secondary school Teachers

      All applications for the post of Substitute Teacher shall be submitted via the Ministry of Education website http://sts.moe.gov.tt.

      In order to teach as a Substitute Teacher at a primary or secondary school in Trinidad and Tobago, a person must first create an account through the Substitute Teacher On-line Management System. Once an account is created, the person can then apply for employment as a primary or secondary-level Substitute Teacher for any Primary or Secondary school. The qualification (e.g., Certificate, Diploma, Associates Degree, Bachelor’s, or Master’s,) determines the level at which the Substitute Teacher will be assessed to teach.

      Apply Here


      JOB SUMMARY:

      The incumbent is required to perform professional legal work in the Legal Services Division of the Ministry. Duties include appearing in court, providing legal advice and opinions, and drafting legal documents on matters involving the Ministry.

      KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

      • Represents the Ministry in court and before tribunals.
      • Advises on legal issues relating to the administration, interpretation and enforcement of laws relative to the Ministry’s operations.
      • Drafts complex legal documents including contracts, leases and agreements.
      • Provides legal opinions and briefs in respect of complex legal issues.
      • Prepares instructions for submission to state central legal agencies on legal matters involving the state.
      • Performs court cases preparation work such as interviewing witnesses, taking depositions and preparing pre-trial.
      • Briefs and draft pleadings for filing.
      • Assists in planning, directing, coordinating and formulating legal policies and programmes of the Ministry.
      • Conducts research and analysis, and reports on legal matters pertinent to the Ministry’s operation.
      • Conducts or participates in negotiations/consultations with external/internal parties.
      • Participates in or conducts the review of existing legislation, rules and regulations related to the Ministry and recommends/drafts appropriate amendments.
      • Represents the Ministry on committees and meetings and other fora.
      • Prepares Cabinet Notes, memoranda, letters and other documents on legal matters.
      • Performs other duties as required.

      REQUIRED SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND COMPETENCIES: –

      SKILLS

      • Considerable knowledge of the Laws of Trinidad and Tobago.
      •  Knowledge of legal principles and practices.
      •  Knowledge of the laws and regulations pertinent to the Ministry’s operations.
      •  Knowledge of legal drafting principles and practices.
      •  Knowledge of legal research skills and techniques.
      •  Knowledge of the court procedures and practices and of rules of evidence.

      KNOWLEDGE

      •  Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office Suite.
      •  Skill in the use of personal computers.
      •  Skill in drafting legal documents/instruments.
      •  Skill in negotiation and mediation.
      •  Ability to use e-Government technology platforms.
      •  Ability to use the internet for research purposes.
      •  Ability to analyse and interpret laws and legal issues.
      •  Ability to present and explain statements of fact 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

      QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPEREINCE:

      • Minimum of four (4) 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.

      Apply Here


      JOB SUMMARY

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

      KEY 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 Division.
      • Represents the Ministry 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 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.
      • 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 operations.
      • Participates in and/or supervises the review of existing legislation, rules, and regulations pertaining to the Ministry 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 on committees and in meetings and other fora.
      • Performs other related duties as required.

      KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

      • 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.
      • 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.
      • 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.

      QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE

      • 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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