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LIST OF ESTABLISHED OFFICES

IN THE PUBLIC SERVICE

Ministry of Education, Youth & Information

Educational Services Division

Region III- Browns Town

Payments

No. of

Offices Post Classification Remark

1ATFMGVoucher Preparation Officer1

1

41 Region III- Browns TownTotal -

Region IV- Montego Bay

Direction & Administration

No. of

Offices Post Classification Remark

4EOGMGDirector, Regional Educational Services1

2PAFMGRegional Financial Controller1

4ITMISInformation Technology Administrator1

1SEGGMGDirector, Personnel1

3AMGMGPersonnel Officer1

2AMGMGAssistant Personnel Officer1

2AMGMGOffice Manager1

3SSOPSSenior Secretary2

3RIMPIDGRecords Officer 21

1AMGMGPersonnel Administrator 21

2SSOPSSecretary 21

2RIMPIDGRecords Officer 13

1SSOPSSecretary 11

1ITMISData Processing Officer1

1RIMPIDGRecords Clerk2

2LMODriver1

1TSLMOAttendant 12

22

Supervision of Schools- Primary

No. of

Offices Post Classification Remark

3EOGMGSenior Education Officer1

2EOGMGEducation Officer8

9

Supervision of Schools- Secondary

No. of

Offices Post Classification Remark

3EOGMGSenior Education Officer1

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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

24

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

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LIST OF ESTABLISHED OFFICES

IN THE PUBLIC SERVICE

Ministry of Education, Youth & Information

Educational Services Division

Region IV- Montego Bay

Supervision of Schools- Secondary

No. of

Offices Post Classification Remark

2EOGMGEducation Officer5

6

Community Relations

No. of

Offices Post Classification Remark

2EOGMGEducation Officer1

1

Supervision of Facilities

No. of

Offices Post Classification Remark

5STSOGRegional Building Officer1

4STSOGAssistant Building Officer3

3STSOGWorks Overseer1

5

Budget & Bank Reconciliation

No. of

Offices Post Classification Remark

3ATFMGSupervisor1

1

Payments

No. of

Offices Post Classification Remark

1ATFMGVoucher Preparation Officer1

1

45 Region IV- Montego BayTotal -

Region V- Mandeville

Direction & Administration

No. of

Offices Post Classification Remark

4EOGMGDirector, Regional Educational Services1

2PAFMGRegional Financial Controller1

4ITMISInformation Technology Administrator1

1SEGGMGDirector, Personnel1

3AMGMGPersonnel Officer1

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Ministry of Finance and the Public Service Fiscal Policy Paper 2017 65 | P a g e

Total capital expenditure/investment is forecast at $62,728.8mn, compared with estimated spend of $41,089.8mn for FY 2016/17. Three public bodies, namely the NHT ($26,157.0mn), NWC ($7,962.0mn) and PAJ ($9,660.0mn) account for 70.0% of the planned expenditure. Notably PAJ and the NWC expect that they will be able to implement the capital programme as scheduled during this FY given that requisite approvals have been received as well as other preparatory activities substantially completed.

Jamaica">Port Authority of Jamaica (PAJ) PAJ’s developmental projects are strategically aligned to the Government of Jamaica’s growth and employment agenda and will be focused on Business Process Outsourcing (BPO). The development and expansion of Jamaica’s outsourcing industry is expected to be achieved through the construction of two BPO facilities in Kingston and Montego Bay. Cargo and Cruise Port Developments to support and facilitate growth and development in trade, commerce, tourism and cruise are planned for Falmouth, Montego Bay and Ocho Rios. These projects are expected to account for 65.0% of planned capital expenditure of $9,660.0mn.

Trust">National Housing Trust (NHT) The Trust will continue to pursue its drive to develop some 9,000 housing solutions by FY 2020/21; these solutions will comprise houses and residential lots in 42 developments over 11 parishes. It is expected that 2,159 housing solutions will be completed during FY 2017/18. Accordingly, the NHT is expected to spend $25,572.0 million on housing activities.

National Water Commission (NWC) The NWC will continue the implementation of selected strategies and capital projects that are expected to reduce the level of non-revenue water (NRW), achieve energy and other efficiency targets, contain operating costs and enhance revenues. Capital projects are budgeted at $7,962.0mn and include financing for pipeline replacement along the major road works being undertaken by the National Works Agency as well as funding for the KMA Water Supply Improvement project.

The group’s Overall Balance is projected at $1,705.4mn compared to estimated $16,987.0mn for FY 2016/17. The projected Overall Balance is driven primarily on the increased capital expenditure of the NWC and the PAJ. The Table following outlines the financial projection of the group of Public Bodies for FY 2017/18. The group is expected to return positive Overall Balances for the medium- term.

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Public Bodies Ministry of Education, Youth and Information

(Other) Commission">Overseas Examination Commission

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Public Bodies, FY 2016/17 Page 186 Ministry of Finance and the Public Service

Commission">Overseas Examination Commission Introduction

The Overseas Examinations Commission (OEC) was established by an Act of Parliament in 2005, and is the only organization mandated by the Government of Jamaica to administer external examinations. The Commission partners with the Ministry of Education, Youth and Information (MOEYI) and external examining bodies on a number of key initiatives as they relate to the administration of local and external examinations. OEC’s financial year covers the period September to August and is consistent with the academic year. Operational and Financial Overview The OEC continues to be guided by its Strategic Plan 2015 – 2018 which is informed by the Education Transformation agenda for the improvement of student performance. Consequently the OEC will focus on four (4) major strategies during the academic year:

• Institutional marketing with emphasis on relationships and partnerships with key stakeholders with the focus on Caribbean Examination Council (CXC) and the MOE. The OEC will collaborate with the MOE to promote and market various examinations through technical, vocational and industry subjects.

• Infrastructure development for improved operational efficiency toward the facilitation of new/expanded training opportunities. Therefore OEC’s joint partnership with HEART Trust/NTA in the development of the Machado Complex will continue. Additionally the OEC will pursue infrastructure development at the Western Office in Montego Bay.

• Sustaining its operations the Commission through diversification of its business practices thereby enhancing its relevance and competitiveness.

Human Resource Development and Customer Service with emphasis on selection, training and quality standards. The OEC has also implemented a Performance Management Appraisal System.

In pursuing the infrastructural development, the OEC estimates capital expenditure of $338.48

million. The Commission estimates net profit of $226.08 million [2014/15: $286.54 million].

The planned staff complement is 31(2014/15: 27).

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