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SERVICE COMMISSION Vacancy
Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons for the office of Clerk of the House (Group 28), Office of the Parliament.
SALARY: Group 28: $30,340 per month (2013).
Applicants are advised that the maximum age for recruitment shall be fifty (50) years in accordance with Regulation 16 (1) of the Civil Service Regulations, made pursuant to the Civil Service Act, Chapter 23:01 of the Revised Laws of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago.
DISTINGUISHING FEATURES OF WORK:
An employee in this class advises the Presiding Officers and other Members of Parliament on parliamentary practice and procedures and is responsible for directing the operations of Parliament. Work involves attending sittings of the House of Representatives, committees, and other related meetings to give immediate advice on procedural or other technical matters and ensure coordination of arrangements for Parliamentary Sittings. An employee in this class also functions as Administrative Head. Work therefore includes financial management, organization and strategic planning and human resource management. Work is performed with initiative and independent judgment in accordance with the Constitution, Standing Orders and established parliamentary policies and procedures and organizational techniques and procedures. Instructions of a specialized nature are received from the Speaker of the House and work is subject to general review for effectiveness and achievement of desired results and standards.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING REQUIREMENTS:
Extensive experience (more than 8 years) in parliamentary practice and procedure including extensive experience (more than 8 years) at a managerial level such as may have been gained in the next lower class; and training as evidenced by a recognized degree, supplemented by relevant post graduate training; or any equivalent combination of experience and training.
A copy of the Job Specification can be accessed HERE.
SERVICE COMMISSION Vacancy INSTRUCTIONS TO APPLICANTS
CLERK OF THE HOUSE (GROUP 28), OFFICE OF THE PARLIAMENT
- In keeping with Regulation 15 of the Public Service Commission Regulations, suitably qualified persons are invited to submit an application for the above-mentioned office.
- Applications MUST be submitted Online Only on or before but no later than 26th June, 2023 at 4:15 pm local time.
- In order for an application to be considered complete and the applicant therefore eligible, the following are required: detailed information and relevant experience as it pertain to the office advertised should be clearly outlined in the Curriculum Vitae and uploaded in the manner prescribed; ensure a VALID telephone number, postal address and email contact are provided; and all scanned documents must be legible.
All documents MUST be scanned in a Portable Document Format (PDF) in black/white with a file size of no greater than 5Mb each before proceeding to the Online Application Form: The documents must be attached and named as follows: [Your First Name and Last Name] – [Title of document]:
- Birth Certificate
N.B.: If the Birth Certificate does not carry a Given Name or the name stated on the
Birth Certificate is incorrect in any way, an Affidavit must be provided;
- Affidavit pertaining to any omission of name from Birth Certificate or any other legal documents;
- Deed Poll/Legal Documents pertaining to any change/omission of name;
- Documentation showing proof of citizenship (if not born in Trinidad and Tobago);
- Marriage Certificate (if required);
- One (1) Form of Identification (National ID/Passport/Driver’s Permit);
- Updated Curriculum Vitae;
- Academic Certificates (each certificate must be scanned separately).
- Certificate of Character/ Receipt (Persons holding permanent/temporary appointment are not required to submit).
- Once all documents listed above at (4) of these Instructions are scanned and saved, proceed to complete the Online Application Form HERE.
- On completion and submission of your Online Application Form, you will receive a notification, with an APPLICATION ID and an attached Online Application PDF via the email address that you have provided. This APPLICATION ID should be referenced if making enquires to the Service Commissions Department via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- If holding a permanent appointment, you will also receive an attached Application Form for Promotion in the Public Service PDF.
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