Government fills 34 job vacancies more to come

first_img TCI to renew Storm & Flood insurance DEPUTY GOVERNOR SPEAKS OF STREAMLINING GOVERNMENT SERVICES. Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Recommended for you Related Items:anya williams, civil service, government, job vacancies Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 14 Aug 2015 – Thirty four job vacancies were advertised by government and 27 individuals were found suitable to perhaps take on careers within the Civil Service. In a third recruitment drive for this fiscal year, TCIG explains that there were key roles advertised including Director positions, like: Culture, Gaming and Trade as well as Deputy Director positions in Road Safety, Social Development and for the Crown Land Unit. Several teaching and other support positions are currently being promoted and about a dozen roles are still being short listed according to the release issued today. The Deputy Governor, Anya Williams, who heads the Civil Service from the Governor’s Office said: “TCIG is committed to strengthening its resource base through attracting the best talent available… the creation of our new Jobs Webpage has greatly assisted in attracting more applicants to the civil service.” Crown Land Motion by PDM demands better processlast_img read more

TCI PDM Chairman Blows Harder

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#TurksandCaicos, January 4, 2018 – Providenciales – In a shameless effort to distract from the real matter at hand which is the New Years Day incident at Taylor Bay, one must remind the PDM and its Chairman that they have control of the reins of government!  How foolish do you have to be to blame the PNP for your very own unofficial/official public relations officer running with a false story about the Second All Island Elected Member joining the PNP?   Nice to see you remember she is on your team.  We of course would welcome Hon. Connolly and others back home with open arms, as the PNP is the only Big Tent Party in the Turks and Caicos Islands.We have now heard from the Minister of Tourism, and latterly from the Member for Cheshire Hall.   What has happened to the Premier and Minister of Finance at whose desk the buck stops?   Has the “BEST MAN FOR THE JOB” gone into hiding or is it because the offender is a dear friend of her favourite Ministerial Colleague? Premier, it is your responsibility to govern and not just make excuses for your lack of ability.You all are being paid handsomely to do the country’s business, so please put your shoulders to the wheel and execute.   If you need help, just ask, since you are still seem dumfounded as to what to do except play the blame game.   Otherwise, as the saying goes, “if you cant do it then get up off the pot”!Royal S. RobinsonChairman, PNP4.1.17 Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:last_img read more