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JOB ADVT: Administrative Support II, UTech, Jamaica | 7 vacancies October 30, 2019

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UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, JAMAICA

“EXCELLENCE THROUGH KNOWLEDGE”

 

 

VACANCIES

 

Administrative Support

 

The University of Technology, Jamaica (UTech, Jamaica) seeks to identify suitable candidates to fill vacancies for the post of Administrative Support II for the following areas:

  1. College of Health Sciences – (COHS) –Permanent
  2. Faculty of Science and Sport – (FOSS) – Permanent
  3. Office of the Assistant Registrar, Western Campus (OAR)  –  Permanent
  4. Office of Teaching & Learning (OTL)   – Permanent and Temporary
  5. School of Business Administration (SOBA) – Permanent
  6. School of Hospitality & Tourism Management (SHTM) – Permanent

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JOB ADVT: Receptionist, JDSEEL, UTech, Jamaica (Temporary) October 22, 2019

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UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, JAMAICA

“EXCELLENCE THROUGH KNOWLEDGE”

 

 

VACANCY

Joan Duncan School of Entrepreneurship, Ethics and Leadership (JDSEEL)

Technology Innovation Centre

 

 

The University of Technology, Jamaica (UTech, Jamaica) seeks to identify a suitable candidate to fill the following post:

 

Receptionist (Level 3B)

Temporary

The Receptionist will be responsible for greeting visitors and providing general information about JDSEEL/TIC. The incumbent will also be responsible for bookings for the rental of the conference and meeting rooms as well as managing the process of all mail for clients and the staff of JDSEEL/TIC. (more…)

UTech Jamaica Student Forum: International Lead Poisoning Prevention Week, October 20 – 26, 2019 October 22, 2019

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Intl Lead Poisoning and Prevention Wk


 

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University of Technology Jamaica

JOB ADVT: Lecturer  – Hospitality & Tourism Management, UTech, Jamaica October 18, 2019

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UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, JAMAICA

VACANCY

 SCHOOL OF HOSPITALITY & TOURISM MANAGEMENT

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS & MANAGEMENT

 

                                                                                    

The University of Technology, Jamaica, School of Hospitality & Tourism Management in the College of Business and Management seeks to identify suitable candidates to fill the following posts:

 

o   Lecturer  – Hospitality & Tourism Management – (Temporary 3-Year Contract)

 

ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS:                     

 

The successful candidate should possess at least a Master’s Degree in Hospitality & Tourism Management or a professional certification at the highest level in this area of specialization or a related area.

 

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS:

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Labour Market News: Revamp Teaching Models To Drive Tech Jobs, Expert Urges October 18, 2019

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Future-Of-Work

Ana Romero (left) of CINDE, Costa Rica, has the attention of Phil Fersht (right) of HFS Research; Erica Simmonds (second left), of the Caribbean Maritine University; and Dianne Edwards, president of JAMPRO, during The Future of Work Conference at AC Marriott Hotel in Kingston on Wednesday.

 

Jamaican schools and universities should overhaul their curricula and teaching methods to build local talent and competence in the emerging fields of software development and robotics, says an expert in automated and artificial intelligence. (more…)

Celebrating UTech, Jamaica Alumni: Christopher Whyms-Stone, Director Cornerstone Design Ltd October 9, 2019

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Board member of the Tourism Product Development Company Ltd, Christopher Whyms-Stone is a Registered Architect with the Architect Registration Board of Jamaica since 2002, Board Member of Architect Registration Board of Jamaica, since February 2008 and member of the Jamaican Institute of Architects, JIA, since 2002. He is also a past Vice-President and Past President of The Jamaican Institute of Architects. He has served on numerous boards and committees in several public sector entities.

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Christopher Whyms-Stone

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UTech, Jamaica a Source of Local Expertise for Govt on Vernamfield Project October 9, 2019

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Gov’t Draws on Local Expertise to Design Vernamfield Project

WRITTEN BY: ALECIA SMITH | September 3, 2019 | jis.gov.jm

The Government will be tapping into the local pool of architectural talent to design the layout for the US$2.5-billion Vernamfield Development project.

 

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Project Manager for the Vernamfield Development, Lieutenant Colonel Oscar Derby (left), listens keenly as Sana Williams (second left), Master of Architecture student at the University of Technology (UTech) Caribbean School of Architecture (CSA), explains her final-year project. Also pictured (from third left) are Master of Architecture Programme Director, CSA, Mlela Matandara-Clarke; and Programme Director, Bachelor of Arts Architectural Studies, CSA, André Baugh. Occasion was a visit by the Core Implementation Team of the Vernamfield Development project to the school during its 30th anniversary exhibition.

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Adrian Walker

Dubbed ‘Aerotropolis Jamaica’, the project is intended to transform the Vernamfield property in Clarendon, which was previously an army base, into an aerodrome to provide international air cargo and logistics; aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services; and an aeronautical training school. (more…)

JOB ADVT: Accounting Asst, Lillian’s Restaurant, UTech, Jamaica October 4, 2019

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UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, JAMAICA

“EXCELLENCE THROUGH KNOWLEDGE”

 

 

VACANCY

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT

SCHOOL OF HOSPITALITY & TOURISM MANAGEMENT

Lillian’s Restaurant

 

 

 

The University of Technology, Jamaica seeks to identify a suitable candidate to fill the following post in the School of Hospitality & Tourism Management – Lillian’s Restaurant:

    • Accounting Assistant (Level 5B)

 

POSITION DESCRIPTION:

The incumbent is responsible for maintaining maximum stock levels, ensuring goods are received according to specifications, maintaining the proper storage and safety of goods.  He/she also prepares inventory documentation for the School of Hospitality and Tourism Management and performs general administrative duties.

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JOB ADVT: Administrative Support II, Coop Ed, UTech Jamaica October 4, 2019

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UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, JAMAICA

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VACANCY

Cooperative Education Unit

Office of Teaching and Learning (OTL)

 

The University of Technology, Jamaica (UTech, Jamaica) seeks to identify a suitable candidate to fill the following post in the Cooperative Education Unit:

Administrative Support 2 – Level 5B

(Permanent)

Responsibilities:-

The Administrative Support 2 will provide confidential secretarial and administrative support services to the Department.  He/she will be responsible for coordinating the administrative activities within the Unit as required by the Supervisor/Manager. (more…)

JOB ADVT: Lecturer, Master of Science in Health Administration, UTech, Jamaica October 4, 2019

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School of Allied Health & Wellness

College of Health Sciences

 

 

The University of Technology, Jamaica (UTech, Jamaica),  seeks to identify a suitable candidate to fill the following post in the School of Allied Health and Wellness:

o   Lecturer –  Master of Science in Health Administration

                                                          

 

ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS:

 

The successful candidate should possess at least a Doctoral degree in Health Administration.  Training in Education would also be an asset.

 

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS:

 

The candidate must ideally have a minimum of five (5) years’ experience in Health Administration. The candidate must demonstrate clear evidence of productivity in scholarly and/or creative output, be competent to teach the practices and processes associated with Health Administration, a commitment to combining research with teaching, and show evidence of successful educational practice as well as sustained professional engagement in their disciplines. (more…)

JOB ADVT: Marketing Assistant, UTech, Jamaica October 4, 2019

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Marketing Unit

Advancement Division

 

The University of Technology, Jamaica (UTech, Jamaica) seeks to identify a suitable candidate to fill the following post:

Marketing Assistant (Level 6B)

(Permanent)

The Marketing Assistant will be responsible for providing marketing and administrative support to the Marketing Unit. The incumbent will be required to design promotional brochures or related materials, events planning and management, social media engagement; as well as duties relating to advertisements placed for the University; in addition to administrative support tasks. (more…)

UTech Lecturer Says Education Can Break Generational Cycles Of Poverty September 19, 2019

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Chairman of the JWN Foundation, Clement Lawrence (centre), with (from left) JWN Foundation scholarship recipient, Marissa Barker; Guest Speaker, Dr. Neleen Leslie-Piper; Donna Barker and Abbigaye Cole, at the JWN Foundation Scholarship Awards Ceremony, held on Thursday, September 12 at the Courtleigh Auditorium in Kingston.

Lecturer at the College of Business and Management at the University of Technology (UTech), Dr. Neleen Leslie-Piper, says education should be viewed as one of the ways to break generational cycles of poverty.

According to Dr. Leslie-Piper, students who are faced with challenging situations should be encouraged to remain focused as well as take advantage of available opportunities that will guarantee them a quality education.

She was delivering the keynote address to scholarship recipients at the J. Wray & Nephew (JWN) Foundation Scholarship Awards Ceremony, held at the Courtleigh Auditorium, in Kingston, on Thursday, September 12.

READ MORE HERE |EDUCATION |SEPTEMBER 16, 2019  |WRITTEN BY: ROSHEIKA GRANT |www.jis.gov.cm


 


 

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University of Technology, Jamaica

FOSS Kicks off High Intensity 10th Anniversary Celebrations September 19, 2019

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(L-R) Cutting the symbolic ribbon to reopen Phoenix Park at the Faculty of Science and Sport (FOSS) are Professor Colin Gyles, Deputy President, Dr. Kamilah Hylton, Dean and Associate Professor, Mr. Dave Wilson, Branch Manager, NCB, Matilda’s Corner, Kahlil Hutchinson, President, UTech, Jamaica Students’ Union and Professor Stephen Vasciannie, President.

 

The Faculty of Science and Sport kicked off its 10th anniversary celebrations on a high note at a special opening ceremony held on September 12, 2019 on the grounds of the Faculty located at 235 Old Hope Road.  The anniversary launch day also included a Campus Parade which preceded the opening ceremony, the reopening of Phoenix Park and culminated with an invitational football match.

 

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Dean and Associate Professor, Dr. Kamilah Hylton led the exciting cross campus parade along with members of faculty, staff and students.  The talented members of the Jamaica Combined Cadet Force Band provided musical accompaniment and helped to lead the chants of “One Nation, FOSS Nation.”

The opening ceremony marked the beginning of a series of activities being held under the 10th anniversary theme “Intensifying the Momentum into the Next Decade.”

 

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Prof. Stephen Vasciannie, President

In his welcome, University President, Professor Stephen Vasciannie gave hearty congratulations to FOSS as a “trailblazer” with a decade of stellar achievements.  “Over the last 10 years, FOSS has made its mark as the premier provider of academic opportunities, research and consultancy services related to the application of science and technology for world-class outcomes in sports, health and wellness and other sectors of Jamaica’s development,” Professor Vasciannie noted.

The President also noted that the establishment of the Faculty of Science and Sport (formerly the Department of Science and Mathematics) on August 1, 2009, “marked an important national stride in augmenting Mathematics and Science teaching education and for safeguarding the sustenance of a world-class Jamaican sports programme that is underspend by the application of science and research.”  

The Chemistry of FOSS

Using the language and terminologies associated with Mathematics, Science and Sport, founding Dean of FOSS, Professor Colin Gyles and current Dean, Dr. Kamilah Hylton took the audience of students, members of faculty, staff and guests through the history, growth and achievements of the Faculty.

 

 

A passionate Professor Colin Gyles and Dr. Kamilah Hylton, during their presentations on the history and accomplishments of FOSS.

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Professor Colin Gyles, Deputy President, who was instrumental in the establishment of the Faculty, noted with pride that FOSS has stood the test of a decade. In his presentation which he titled “Rxn1:The Rate Determining Step”, he explained that the term refers to the rate at which a reaction takes place.  In this regard, he recounted the journey that led to the transformation of the Department of Science and Mathematics, from its initial offerings of sciences and health modules across the University, to its growth as the Institute of Science and ultimately the establishment of the Faculty of Sciences and Sport.

Professor Gyles noted that the “crisis” and attendant challenges and some resistance which precipitated the formation of FOSS, were used instead as opportunities for growth.  “We had to make the case that it was important for science to be given its own space of importance in a technologically-focused university,” Professor Gyles said.  He thanked the then members of staff and other members of the University who led the determined, lobby efforts that ensured the establishment of the Faculty in 2009.  In this respect, Professor Gyles noted that FOSS had been established on an ethos of problem-solving and congeniality.  He urged students and staff to continue to stay true to their faculty’s motto: “Solving the Problem…Keeping the Vibes.”

Dr. Kamilah Hylton who assumed the role of Dean in 2015 has continued to guide the development of FOSS from strength to strength, overseeing the accreditation of several courses of study, including the BSc in Science and Education and the MSc in Mathematics Teaching.

In her presentation titled “RXn2: Elementary Step 2” the Dean highlighted some of the Faculty’s many accomplishments, including the successful graduation of 640 students in the past decade; garnering the most RDF (Research Development Fund) grants in the 2018/19 Academic Year, and publishing of the first peer-reviewed article in sports.

 

Dr. Hylton also noted the Faculty’s thrust to excite and educate the younger generation in Mathematics and Science, with the establishment of the annual Mathematics Quiz Competition. Affirming hope for the future, Dr. Hylton told the gathering that “we aim to be known as the Faculty of premium course of study offerings and excellent student support. We aim to enhance our science laboratories and establish a high-quality sports performance and injury rehabilitation laboratory. We aim to ensure that our impact on the Jamaican landscape will be transformative,” she said to rousing applause.

 

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Mr. Dave Wilson, NCB Branch Manager,
addressing the 10th Anniversary Launch ceremony.

 

Also addressing the ceremony were Mr. Dave Wilson, Branch Manager, Matilda’s Corner NCB, whose company has come on board as new sponsors of the Faculty’s Phoenix Park – a green space for students established in 2017.  Mr. Wilson, congratulated FOSS on a decade of contributions to the youth of Jamaica and the wider Caribbean, noting that UTech, Jamaica graduates are highly sought after for their ability to “hit the ground running” in the working world.

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—  Taken from UTech, Jamaica Broadcaster (Abridged) | 17 September 2019


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JOB ADVT: Records Assistant, UTech Ja September 19, 2019

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UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, JAMAICA

 

“EXCELLENCE THROUGH KNOWLEDGE”

 

VACANCY

 

Student Records Department

Division of Student Services & Registry

 

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

 

Records Assistant – Level 5B

(Permanent)

The Records Assistant is responsible for the efficient management of information placed on all students’ records and the distribution of all academic records from the office. The incumbent will be required to perform a variety of clerical, including updating students’ record, preparing academic records upon requests as well as providing excellent customer service. (more…)

JOB ADVT: IWEco Project Manager NEPA/Jamaica September 5, 2019

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Submitted 28th, August, 2019

 

National Environment & Planning Agency 

Integrating Water, Land and Ecosystems Management in Caribbean Small Island Developing States (IWECO)

National Sub-Project 1.4

Biodiversity Mainstreaming in Coastal Landscapes within the Negril Environmental Protection Area of Jamaica                                                                                 

 

Terms of Reference: Project Manager 

 

Prepared by:

National Environment & Planning Agency

June 2018

Terms of Reference for

Project Manager

 

BACKGROUND

Regional Context

  • The Integrating Water, Land and Ecosystems Management in Caribbean Small Island Developing States (IWEco Project) is financed by the Global Environment Facility. IWEco is a five-year project with four components; (1) development and implementation of integrated targeted innovative, climate-change resilient approaches in sustainable land management (SLM), integrated water resources management (IWRM) and maintenance of ecosystem services; (2) strengthening of the SLM, IWRM and ecosystems monitoring, and indicators framework; (3) strengthening of the Policy, legislative and institutional reforms and capacity building for SLM, IWRM and ecosystem services management taking into consideration climate change resilience building and (4) Enhancing knowledge exchange, best practices, replication and stakeholder involvement.
  • The United Nations Environment Programme Caribbean Regional Coordinating Unit (UNEP CAR/RCU) is the lead implementing agency with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) a part of the implementation for some activities under the knowledge management and community-based livelihoods support opportunities through the GEF-Small Grants Programme.  The project will be implemented in 10 Caribbean countries including Jamaica.  UNEP CAR/RCU in partnership with the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) serve as co-executing agencies
  • The project cooperative agreement between Jamaica and the UN environment was signed on July 12, 2018, (the Non-reimbursable Financing Agreement UNEP/PCA/ECOSYSTEMS/2018/MCEB-CEP/003) in their capacity as the Administrator of the Global Environment Facility Fund (GEF) grants for the national subproject titled “Biodiversity Mainstreaming in Coastal Landscapes within the Negril Environmental Protection Area of Jamaica”.

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SUBMIT APPLICATIONS TO:

Nicole O. Caesar, Ph.D.
Associate Programme Management Officer | GEF IWEco Project
Phone: 1(876)-922-9267/9; Ext. 6232 | Email: nicole.caesar@un.org
URL: www.iweco.org | Fb: @caribbeaniweco |Skype for Business: nicole.caesar@un.org
United Nations Environment Programme | 14-20 Port Royal Street | Kingston, Jamaica


 

NOTE: The University of Technology, Jamaica (UTech, Ja) shares career and other opportunities on this blog, sourced from non-UTech, Ja entities and organizations, based locally and overseas. This is done as an information service to its alumni community and other users. UTech, Ja is not liable for any loss or damage, personal or otherwise from the use of said information.  UTech, Ja does not guarantee that your participation in any of the activities referenced will be a good and safe decision for you.  It is understood that users of the blog will do their own research and proper due diligence, to determine what is a profitable and safe opportunity, before committing to any action.

 

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JOB ADVT: Maintenance Officer, UTech, Jamaica September 5, 2019

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UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, JAMAICA

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VACANCY

 

Maintenance Officer

Facilities Management Department

                                                                        

 

The University of Technology, Jamaica (UTech, Jamaica) seeks to identify a suitable candidate to fill the following post:

Maintenance Officer 

(Permanent)

                                                                              

The incumbent will be required to facilitate and carry out maintenance repairs of equipment, buildings and properties, satellite campuses owned and operated by the University and to ensure that all the required amenities are in working order.  The incumbent will be required to coordinate with the Maintenance Manager to ensure the safety and security of staff, students, visitors, the University and its amenities. (more…)

Check Here for the Latest Job Postings for UTech, Ja Alumni September 5, 2019

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Alumn to Check Job Postings

 

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We invite you to bookmark your alumni blog and check this post periodically for job opportunities shared with us by Corporate Jamaica and our own UTech, Jamaica HR department. (more…)

UTech, Jamaica: NEW Master & Doctor of Philosophy, Built Environment AY 2019-2010. Register Today! August 26, 2019

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NEW COURSES
Master of Philosophy & Doctor of Philosophy
Built Environment

Our goal is the provision of excellent world-class researchers to deliver solutions and applications for the benefit of communities, governments, international partners, and industry with built environment sustainability and resilience to alleviate poverty and help save lives

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD COURSE BROCHURE!

CONTACT
Dr. Patricia Green
(876) 788-9483 (T)
patricia.green@utech.edu.jm


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University of Technology, Jamaica

JOB ADVT: Medical Lab Technologist, College of Health Sciences, UTech, Jamaica August 16, 2019

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UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, JAMAICA

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School of Allied Health and Wellness

College of Health Sciences

 

The University of Technology, Jamaica (UTech, Jamaica) seeks to identify a suitable candidate to fill the following post:

 

Medical Laboratory Technologist

 

Post Description:

The Medical Laboratory Technologist will be required to assist in the instruction/demonstration of medical technology theories and techniques and in the conduct of fundamental and applied research in that field.

Requirements:

 

The preferred applicant should possess:

 

  • Bachelor of Science degree in Medical Technology or equivalent qualifications;
  • Specialized knowledge in all five (5) disciplines of medical technology: haematology, clinical chemistry, medical technology/immunology, blood banking and histopathology;
  • Knowledge of the maintenance, improvisation and repair of equipment;
  • Knowledge of a wide range of analytical techniques;
  • Specialized training in epidemiology and bio-statistics, quality assurance procedures; teaching  methodologies in relation to instructing and demonstrating; safety procedures , first aid and research  methodologies;
  • Good communication, interpersonal, human relations , problem-solving  and troubleshooting skills;
  • Computer literacy and proficient in the use of the relevant software; and
  • At least four (4) years’ experience as a practising Medical Technologist, Pharmacist or research Assistant in a medical laboratory.

Interested persons seeking a career opportunity who meet the specified requirements are invited to submit electronically a job application letter and a detailed resume with subject line Laboratory Technologist – School of Allied Health & Wellness for consideration to hrm@utech.edu.jm by 3:45 p.m. on Friday, 6th September 2019 addressed to:

 

Chief Human Resource Officer

Division of Human Resources & Administration

University of Technology, Jamaica

237 Old Hope Road, Kingston 6


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JOB ADVT: Administrative Support 2, Faculty of the Built Environment, UTech, Jamaica August 16, 2019

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UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, JAMAICA

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 VACANCY

Quantity Surveying Unit

School of Building and Land Management – Faculty of the Built Environment

The University of Technology, Jamaica (UTech, Jamaica) seeks to identify a suitable candidate to fill the following post:

Administrative Support 2 – Level 5B

(Permanent)

Responsibilities:-

The Administrative Support 2 will provide confidential secretarial and administrative support services to the Department.  He/she will be responsible for coordinating the administrative activities within the Department as required by the Supervisor/Manager.

Requirements: 

The preferred applicant should possess:

  • Diploma in Administrative Management or a related discipline;
  • Sound knowledge of standard office procedures and practices,
  • Sound knowledge of record and file management systems;
  • Sound knowledge of standard office procedures and practices,
  • Good communication, interpersonal skills, customer service, reasoning time management, mathematical  and computer skills; and
  • At least two (2) years’ experience in a secretarial post.

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