Secretary to the Anglican Education Board of Management (AEBM)

The Anglican Church in the Diocese of Trinidad and Tobago
Invites Suitable Applications for the Position of
Secretary to the Anglican Education Board of Management (AEBM)

The Secretary is required to facilitate the fullest possible education and training of stakeholders in the Anglican school system by focusing on principles which inform, inspire and guide the Anglican Communion as well as initiate action on all decisions of the AEBM. The Secretary reports to the Education Committee.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
 Strategically managing the day to day operations of the Secretariat
 Ensuring Anglican Primary Schools are well maintained
 Ensuring Anglican Primary schools are adequately staffed to deliver the Primary School Curriculum while upholding the tenets of Anglican Faith
 Co-ordinating the movement of teachers through the Anglican Primary School system
 Submitting an annual report to Synod that outlines the Board’s major activities and achievements over the year
 Representing the AEBM at meetings called by the Association of Denominational Boards; the PS of the Ministry of Education; the Teaching Service Commission; Managers, Principals and PTA representatives; the Education Facilities Company Limited (EFCL).
 Coordinate workshops for AEBM’s stakeholders in the four (4) regions of the Diocese.

Qualifications & Experience
o Tertiary Level Qualifications in Education
o Professional level qualifications in management
o Minimum of 10 years administrative experience in the field of Education
o Must possess a valid driver’s permit and have a minimum of 2 years driving experience

Required Competencies Include:
 Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing
 Ability to prepare and analyze reports
 Ability to understand the role of the Church in general and the AEBM in particular and set appropriate goals, objectives and priorities to maintain the drive for realization of these goals.

Applications should be submitted to:

Diocesan Secretary, #2 Hayes Street, St. Clair
or by e-mail to
No later than July 29, 2022.