A graduate of the University of New Orleans and the University of Technology, Jamaica, is a Management Analyst at the HEART Trust/NTA and operates a consulting practice in business Process Management, Organizational Development and Project/Programme Development and Management. Having worked for over ten (10) years in various capacities within HEART Trust, such as Examination Assistant, Examination Analyst, Data Analyst, Learning Management System’s Project Officer (secondment), Projects and Partnerships Specialist, Technical Development Officer, Management Analyst along with experiences in Risk Management, and Corporate Planning, Adrian is poised to continue to take on new challenges. He describes his journey in life as a ‘tremendous experience’ and believes this journey signifies the value of what determination, dedication and discipline can do to change the lives of young people in society.
Adrian possesses good ICT skills (MS Office Suite, MS Projects, MS Excel, SPSS, Camtasia), knowledge of the Technical Vocational Education and Training – TVET system, Data Analysis, Business Process Mapping and Improvement (Six Sigma) Certification, Monitoring and Evaluation techniques, Project Development/Management, Writing Cabinet Submissions, and is au fait with various Planning Methodologies including Logical Framework (where he is a trained and certified Facilitator) as well as being integral in the development and implementation of the HEART Trust/NTA’s Balanced Scorecard.
An avid sports fan and former player in Jamaica’s National Basketball League – NBL; he now manages a Division 1 Basketball Team and is currently an Executive Member of the HEART Trust Sports Club since 2009. He has been nominated for HEART Trust’s Values Icon Award (employee of the year) in 2 consecutive years: in 2009 and then won the award in 2010. In general, Mr. McIntosh is a result and career oriented individual who is able to work well within team settings and on his own initiative; he loves life and has a passion for excellence, life-long learning and continuous improvement.