CPO Meets With Prison Service On New Job Evaluation Exercise

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CPO Meets With Prison Service On New Job Evaluation Exercise

Discussions have commenced between the Chief Personnel Officer, Commander, Dr Daryl Dindial, and senior officials of the Trinidad and Tobago Prison Service on a new Job Evaluation Exercise for offices within the Service.

The Trinidad and Tobago Prison Service comprises of one hundred and seventy-three positions representing an establishment of about four thousand two hundred and eighteen which fall under three major groupings within the Prison Service.

The Corporate Communications Unit of the CPO said the discussions are subsequent to the last review of the Prison Service Classification and Compensation system which was implemented in the early 2000s.

In a media release Tuesday, the CPO said some of the intended possibilities include a revised Compensation and Classification structure for the Prison Service as well as a competency framework that will strengthen performance management as well as recruitment and selection procedures.

The released said this will ultimately enable the Trinidad and Tobago Prison Service to strategically align its human resources planning activities in support of career development for all Prison Officers.

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