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Congratulations & Welcome Class of 2018, UTech, Jamaica October 25, 2018

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We wish to extend sincere congratulations to you members of the Graduating Class of 2018, University of Technology, Jamaica. We celebrate with you and your families your successful completion of your studies with us, and your transition to a new and exciting phase of life as professionals based locally, regionally and internationally. We have no doubt that you will make a positive difference and have strong impact wherever life takes you. We use this opportunity to introduce ourselves, the benefits of being an Alumni and various opportunities you have as Alumni to connect and network with other Alumni.



CELEBRATING UTechJamaica Alumni: Dianne Plummer, Lecturer, School of Engineering and Cosmetics Entrepreneur October 10, 2018

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Dianne A. Plummer, Cosmetics Manufacturer,
UTech, Jamaica Alumna & Engineering Lecturer

“Last night at the Annual JMEA (Jamaican Manufacturers & Exporters Association) Awards Gala, my company True Shade Cosmetics Ltd won the Peter King New Exporter Award! We are forever thankful for the support of our healthy cosmetics as we change the beauty game by enhancing beauty without compromising health. Special thanks to our international clients, we could not have done it without you! Want Your True Shade in your country?” – –Dianne A. Plummer, MSc., P.E.



CONTACT: Send us an email to info@yourtrueshade.com


Dianne Plummer: Engineering a beauty empire


Video: Dianne Plummer heads for the big times in the makeup business


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University of Technology, Jamaica

UTech, Jamaica Choir in Concert–Featuring Kevin Downswell, Sunday, Oct 14, 2018 October 5, 2018

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President’s Alumni Town Hall Meeting, UTech Jamaica – Thurs, October 18th, 2018 (Online Access Available) October 4, 2018

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Dear UTech, Jamaica Alumni

Whether you are based locally or internationally, we are happy to share with you another excellent opportunity to connect with our President, Professor Stephen Vasciannie, as well as to network for your personal, professional and business development with other UTech, Jamaica Alumni at our upcoming President’s Alumni Town Hall Meeting. The event details are noted below. (more…)

JOB ADVT: Doctors Needed in Montserrat October 4, 2018

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The Government of Montserrat urgently requires the services of the following doctors in the following areas immediately whether as locums or on a full time basis. (more…)

UTech, Jamaica: Associate of Science Degree in Baking & Pastry Arts October 2, 2018

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University of Technology, Jamaica

UTech, Jamaica Book Launch: Jamaica: Paradise and Paradox, Vol 1 – Paul W. Ivey, PhD October 2, 2018

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Book Description: “Jamaica: Paradise and Paradox”

“Jamaica’s exquisite beauty that encompasses verdant hillsides, rolling plains, pristine coastal areas dotted with white sand beaches incessantly caressed by the wind and bathed by turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea, plus the ‘irie vibes’ of Jamaicans collectively conspire to make the Island a unique place on planet Earth. Political Independence from Britain in 1962 ignited hope of a better future for all Jamaicans. Indeed, Jamaica made significant early progress, was regarded as the ‘Pearl of the Caribbean,’ and a positive example for newly-Independent countries. But now, there is pain in paradise! Jamaica is a paradox! Although still stunningly beautiful, and has registered some notable successes, Jamaica’s dominant portrait is of a traumatized nation hobbled by many problems, the most troubling of which is a full-spectrum crime problem resulting in one of the highest murder rates globally. The author was born after Independence, and in this two-volume book, he discusses Jamaica’s challenges and offers prescriptions for restoring the health of his sick homeland.”

Jamaica: Paradise and Paradox (Volume 1)
by Paul W iVEY
Link: http://a.co/d/aeerJp6



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University of Technology, Jamaica

JOB ADVT: Records Clerk x 2, UTech, Jamaica October 1, 2018

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Division of Human Resources & Administration

The University of Technology, Jamaica (UTech, Jamaica) seeks to identify suitable candidates to fill the following posts in the Human Resources Department:

Records Clerk  –  Level 3B (2 Posts)

(1 Permanent and 1Temporary)

The Records Clerk will be responsible for creating, maintaining and updating manual files and listing documents in chronological order on control sheets.  He/she also updates and maintains records related to employee benefits as well as secure correspondences needed to complete relevant files related to the human resources function of the University. (more…)

JOB ADVT: Administrative Support, FOBE, UTech, Jamaica October 1, 2018

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School of Building and Land Management (SBLM)


The University of Technology, Jamaica seeks to identify a suitable candidate to fill the following post in the School of Building and Land Management.

Administrative Support 2 (Level 5B) – Permanent


The Administrative Support 2 will provide confidential secretarial and administrative support services to the School. This involves carrying out effective and efficient communication and liaison, establishing and maintaining administrative systems, preparing and maintaining various types and forms of documents and records, and extracting and organizing data/information in the required format.



The preferred applicant should possess:

  • At least a Diploma in Administrative Management or equivalent
  • At least intermediate level Microsoft Office Suite skills
  • a minimum of two (2) years’ experience in a secretarial post
  • excellent customer service skills
  • sound knowledge of standard office procedures and practices, records and file management systems
  • excellent administrative, communication, interpersonal skills and the ability to meet inflexible deadlines

Interested applicants who meet the specified requirements are invited to submit applications, with subject lineAdministrative Support 2 – SBLM for consideration to hrm@utech.edu.jm by 3:45 p.m. on Tuesday October 9, 2018 or to:

Chief Human Resource Officer

University of Technology, Jamaica

237 Old Hope Road, Kingston 6

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