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LIST OF ESTABLISHED OFFICES

IN THE PUBLIC SERVICE

Ministry of Economic Growth and Job Creation

Corporate Services Division

Administration & Asset Management

No. of

Offices Post Classification Remark

Post [# 12395] transferred from Administration & Property Management of the former Ministry of Transport Works & Housing with effect from March 7, 2016.

1TSLMOAttendant1

Post [# 12708] transferred from Facilities Management of the former Ministry of Water, Land Environment and Climate Change with effect from March 7, 2016.

1TSLMOAttendant1

Post [# 12393] transferred from Administration and Support of the former Ministry of Water, Land Environment and Climate Change with effect from March 7, 2016.

1TSLMOGardener1

Post [# 58707] transferred from Facilities Management in the former the Ministry of Water, Land Environment and Climate Change with effect from March 7, 2016.

1TSLMOMessenger1

27

Housing Management- Rent Services

No. of

Offices Post Classification Remark

Post [# 60959] transferred from the former Ministry of Transport, Works and Housing with effect from March 7, 2016.

2TSLMOOffice Attendant/Messenger1

1

Technical Services- Housing

No. of

Offices Post Classification Remark

Six (6) posts [#s 12573 & 12590-2, 12594 & 50739] transferred from the former Ministry of Transport, Works and Housing with effect from March 7, 2016.

1TSLMOAttendant6

6

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Section 6:

Financial Statements

Audit

Entity Head Date Certified

2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Ministry of Industry Investment and Commerce

5300 30/5/12 √

3. Expenditure for the year exceeded the voted provision by approximately $1.7 million. Section 116 of the Constitution of Jamaica was breached; this section requires Parliamentary approval for expenditure in excess of the sum provided by the Appropriation Act.

Entity Head Date Certified

2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Ministry of Transport and Works

6500 15/2/12 √

Ministry of Transport and Works

6500 A

15/2/12 √

Head 6500

4. The explanatory statement of the causes for the variations between approved estimates and expenditure was not submitted as required by the Financial Administration and Audit Act.

Head 6500 A

5. Expenditure for the year exceeded the voted provision by approximately $248 million. Section 116 of the Constitution of Jamaica was breached; this section requires Parliamentary approval for expenditure in excess of the sum provided by the Appropriation Act.

6. The explanatory statement of the causes for the variations between approved

estimates and expenditure was not submitted as required by the Financial Administration and Audit Act.

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6 | P a g e

Part One

Introduction

Background

1.1 The Caribbean+Maritime+Institute">Caribbean Maritime Institute (CMI) was established in 1980 by the Government of Jamaica and the Kingdom of Norway to train professional seafarers; primarily Jamaican, to operate what was then the Merchant of Marine Fleet. The CMI was converted to an Executive Agency under the Ministry of Transport, Works and Housing in April 1, 2001 and is the only internationally recognized maritime training and educational institution in Jamaica and the Caribbean, delivering educational training across three faculties. These are: The School of Marine and Professional Studies, School of Academics Studies, and the School of Advance Skills, which caters to industry needs by providing short courses. 1.2 CMI core programmes are accredited by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) and the University Council of Jamaica (UCJ). In addition, CMI continues to maintain its ISO 9001:2008 certification from Lloyd Registers on Quality Assurance (LQRA), for its Quality Management System (QMS). 1.3 CMI operates in a global space that caters for both the core marine and allied industry courses aimed at producing internationally competitive seafarers. CMI relevance is dependent on its ability to maintain its strength as an internationally recognized institute through the provision of maritime education and ensuring that pool of competent expertise are developed to ally to industry needs. CMI continues to forge partnerships with international shipping companies to provide training and seek employment for Cadets, student and officers.

Vision Statement

1.4 The vision of CMI “is to be the premier institution of choice for maritime education, training and applied research within the Caribbean and beyond.”

Mission Statement

1.5 The mission of the CMI “is to provide solutions through the application of knowledge, talents, and skills to continue to redefine the boundaries of tertiary education and professional maritime training.”

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