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SFPBs Performance The actual Overall Balance of the group as at March 31, 2016 is a surplus of $33,826mn, reflecting a significant improvement on the budget of $25,981mn. Contributing to this outturn was Current Balance at $70,268mn which was $12,762mn or 22% above budget, resulting from lower than expected income being offset by lower than budgeted expenses. In addition, capital expenditure of $37,061mn which was $19,119mn less than the budgeted amount and net Transfers to Government of $31,659mn was $12,788mn or 68% above budget. Both contributed to the higher than expected Overall Balance. The largest shortfalls on capital expenditure were reported by the National Housing Trust (NHT), Clarendon Aluminium Production (CAP), Jamaica+Urban+Transit+Company">Jamaica Urban Transit Company (JUTC) and National Water Commission (NWC), which accounted for $11,011mn or 58% of the variance of the group. SELF-FINANCING PUBLIC BODIES - FY 2016/17 The Overall Balance of the group of Self-financing Public Bodies is projected at a surplus of $3,308mn for FY 2016/17. The Current Balance is projected at a surplus of $61,051mn, while Net Transfers to Government of Jamaica (GOJ) are projected at $35,687mn, resulting from $50,477mn Transfers to GOJ and Transfers from GOJ of $14,790mn. The flows from SFPBs to GOJ include SCT from PetroJam, as well as corporate taxes, grants to support special programmes and financial distributions (dividends). It should be noted that Petroleum Company of Jamaica Limited (PETCOM) was not included in the group as negotiations for its sale were in its final stages. SFPBs Performance – First Quarter As at June 30, 2016 the group of SFPBs reported an Overall Balance surplus of $1,310mn compared with a targeted outturn of $74mn. The variance of $1,236mn was a combination of positive performances being offset by negative performances. NHT, Port Authority of Jamaica (PAJ), NWC and National Health Fund (NHF) had positive variances of $1,784mn, $1,747mn, 1,534mn and $1,058mn respectively, while PetroJam Limited and Urban Development Corporation (UDC) had negative variances of $2,333mn and $3,013mn respectively. NHT’s performance was due mainly to improved operating results (higher revenue and lower operating expenses) and lower than expected capital expenditure as several projects lagged behind schedule. PAJ’s performance was impacted by cash inflows consequent on the transfer of Kingston Container Terminal Limited’s operations to a concessionaire, as well as an under-spend on capital expenditure. NWC’s results were primarily attributed to delay in the implementation of its capital programme. The improvement in the NHF’s performance resulted mainly from increased inflows from operations and savings on inventory and capital expenditure. PetroJam’s performance was due mainly to reduced sales owing to the effects of lower than budgeted volume and prices. The UDC had budgeted net inflows from sale of properties, which did not materialize, hence its poor results.

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LIST OF ESTABLISHED OFFICES

IN THE PUBLIC SERVICE

Ministry of Economic Growth and Job Creation

Operations Division

Technical Services, Projects & Housing

Project & Technical Services- Technical Services

No. of

Offices Post Classification Remark

4STSOGTechnical Officer (St. Anns Bay)2

4STSOGTechnical Officer (Kingston)1

4STSOGTechnical Officer (May Pen)2

4STSOGTechnical Officer (Montego Bay)2

4STSOGTechnical Officer (Savanna-la-mar)2

4STSOGLand Surveyor1

3SSOPSSenior Secretary1

2ACFMGAccounting Clerk 22

2SSOPSSecretary 24

2STSOGTechnical Officer (Montego Bay)1

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Project & Technical Services- Housing Projects

No. of

Offices Post Classification Remark

4SEGGMGDirector, Projects (Housing)1

3AMGMGProject Officer4

2SSOPSSecretary1

6

Land Administration Management Section

No. of

Offices Post Classification Remark

5SEGGMGSenior Director, Land Administration Management Branch

1

8STSOGDirector, Land Administration1

7STSOGSenior Land Officer1

6STSOGGeographic Information Systems Specialist1

6STSOGValuation Officer1

5STSOGLands Officer2

3SSOPSSenior Secretary1

2RIMPIDGSystems Clerk1

9

Housing Management

No. of

Offices Post Classification Remark

6SEGGMGSenior Director, Housing Management Branch1

Page 518THE CIVIL SERVICE ESTABLISHMENT (GENERAL) ORDER, 2017

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LIST OF ESTABLISHED OFFICES IN THE PUBLIC SERVICE

Ministry of Education, Youth & Information Division of Schools Services (DSS)

Region I - Kingston

Director & Administration

No. of Offices Office Classification Remark

Post [# 6817] of Office Manager (GMG/AM 2) transferred from Educational Services Division, Region I - Kingston with effect from November 25, 2019.

2AMGMGOffice Manager1

Post [# 6818] of Senior Secretary (OPS/SS 3) transferred from Educational Services Division, Region I - Kingston with effect from November 25, 2019.

3SSOPSSenior Secretary1

Post [# 6779] of Supervisor, Typing Pool (OPS/SS 3) transferred from Educational Services Division, Region I - Kingston with effect from November 25, 2019.

3SSOPSSupervisor, Typing Pool1

Post [# 6820] of Records Officer 2 (PIDG/RIM 3) transferred from Educational Services Division, Region I - Kingston with effect from November 25, 2019.

3RIMPIDGRecords Officer 21

Post [# 6810] of Personnel Administrator (GMG/AM 1) transferred from Educational Services Division, Region I - Kingston with effect from November 25, 2019.

1AMGMGPersonnel Administrator1

Post [# 6780] of Secretary 2 (OPS/SS 2) transferred from Educational Services Division, Region I - Kingston with effect from November 25, 2019.

2SSOPSSecretary 21

Five (5) posts [#s 6812-16] of Records Officer 1 (PIDG/RIM 2) transferred from Educational Services Division, Region I - Kingston with effect from November 25, 2019.

2RIMPIDGRecords Officer 15

Post [# 6811] of Data Processing Officer (MIS/IT 1) transferred from Educational Services Division, Region I - Kingston with effect from November 25, 2019.

1ITMISData Processing Officer1

Two (2) posts [#s 6289 & 6825] of Secretary 1 (OPS/SS 1) transferred from Educational Services Division, Region I - Kingston with effect from November 25, 2019.

1SSOPSSecretary 12

Two (2) posts [#s 6821 & 6823] of Records Clerk (PIDG/RIM 1) transferred from Educational Services Division, Region I - Kingston with effect from November 25, 2019.

1RIMPIDGRecords Clerk2

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Page 36THE CIVIL SERVICE ESTABLISHMENT (GENERAL) (AMMENDMENT) ORDER, 2020

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LIST OF ESTABLISHED POSTS

Ministry of Education

Kingston Region

St. Andrew

Stony Hill Primary & Junior High and Infant

Post No. Posts Classification Remarks

Old Post

No. Grade

Non-Academic

1GSEIGSCleanerSPJ-15194 HSC-4750

1ASEIGSClerical Assistant 1SPJ-15197 HSC-3194

2GSEIGSCookSPJ-15186 HSC-4749

3ASEIGSJunior BursarSPJ-15196 HSC-3193

3SSOPSSenior SecretarySPJ-15195 HSC-3169

2GSEIGSWatchmanSPJ-15187 HSC-8143

2GSEIGSWatchmanSPJ-15188 HSC-4753

2GSEIGSWatchmanSPJ-15189 HSC-4752

2GSEIGSWatchmanSPJ-15190 HSC-4751

2GSEIGSWatchmanSPJ-15192 HSC-8144

Total - Non-Academic10

Total - Stony Hill Primary & Junior High and Infant56

Swallowfield Primary & Junior High

Post No. Posts Classification Remarks

Old Post

No. Grade

Academic

Classroom TeacherSPJ-50467

Classroom TeacherSPJ-50468

Classroom TeacherSPJ-50469

Classroom TeacherSPJ-50470

Classroom TeacherSPJ-50471

Classroom TeacherSPJ-50473

Classroom TeacherSPJ-50474

Classroom TeacherSPJ-50475

Classroom TeacherSPJ-50476

Classroom TeacherSPJ-50477

Classroom TeacherSPJ-50478

Classroom TeacherSPJ-50479

Classroom TeacherSPJ-50481

Classroom TeacherSPJ-50482

Classroom TeacherSPJ-50483

Classroom TeacherSPJ-50484

Classroom TeacherSPJ-50485

Classroom TeacherSPJ-50486

Classroom TeacherSPJ-50487

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The Financial Officer will report directly to the Financial Specialist.

7.0 EVALUATION

The Financial Officer will be required to complete an annual evaluation, which shall be conducted at the

end of each contract anniversary year. The evaluation will seek to establish the performance of the Financial

Officer over the period of the entire contract period and the recommendation for gratuity payment.

8.0 CHARACTERISTICS OF THE ASSIGNMENT

Reporting Relationships: The consultant will report to the Financial Specialist.

All deliverables and/or reports will be reviewed and approved by the

Financial Specialist.

Nature of the Assignment: The assignment is on purely contractual basis. The tenure will be co-

terminus with the project duration. The contract will be for two (2) years in

the first instance, and extended based on satisfactory performance.

Level of effort: Full time level of effort of twenty-four (24) consecutive months, with full

days Monday through Friday, operating normally within a professional

office environment. Some weekend or evening hours may be necessary. This

role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones,

photocopiers, filing cabinets and fax machines.

Duration of contract: Twenty-Four (24) months (subject to renewal)

Location: Kingston, Jamaica | Travel may be required to other Government entities

within and outside the Kingston Metropolitan Area.

Type of Consultancy: Individual

Type of contract: Lump-sum payments based on scheduled deliverables

Financing Agreements: Consultancy payments will be made through the Office of the Prime

Minister.

9.0 MINIMUM QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE

The incumbent must meet the minimum required qualifications as detailed below or based on equivalency.

Equivalency decisions are made on the basis of a combination of education and experience that would

provide the required knowledge and abilities.

9.1 EDUCATION

 First Degree in Accounting/Management Studies with Accounting or BBA from a recognized

University. (Post-graduate training in Accounting is an asset) or;

ACCA Level 2 or 3 or; Associate of Science Degree in Accounting, from an accredited institution,

along with the Diploma in Government Accounting from an accredited institution;

 Must have good knowledge of procurement policies and procedures of multi‐lateral financial

institutions (e.g. the Inter‐American Development Bank or World Bank) and Technical Cooperation

Agreements, as well as good knowledge of the institutional, technical, and legal aspects of procurement.

 Sound Knowledge of the Financial Administration and Audit Act

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