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Interested applicants need apply by September 11th, 2014 to:
The Human Resources Department
Trinidad and Tobago Civil Aviation Authority
P.O. Box 2163
National Mail Centre
Caroni North Bank Road
The Trinidad and Tobago Civil Aviation Authority (TTCAA) is mandated to regulate and administer a safe civil
aviation system whilst ensuring that Trinidad and Tobago properly discharges its obligations under
international civil aviation agreements and treaties. The TTCAA is seeking to recruit a suitably qualified
candidate for the following position:
TRINIDAD & TOBAGO CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY
FLIGHT OPERATIONS INSPECTOR
The Flight Operations Inspector is responsible for the supervision of officers engaged in conducting safety
oversight on civil aircraft operations to ensure compliance with national and international civil aviation
laws, regulations and standards.
Ensure that Airmen, National Air Operators, Training Organizations, and the Foreign Air
Operators comply with the aviation laws and regulations of Trinidad and Tobago and any other
requirements relating to the Convention.
Examine organization, staffing, equipment, maintenance, operations manuals and other
arrangements of operators which apply for the grant or variation of an Aviation Document, and
to recommend the grant or variation of such a certificate if the operator is considered competent
to secure a safe operation.
Inspect and report on all aspects of the operations of AOC holders.
Ensure that pilots and flight engineers in the industry are competent to be authorized examiners
and make recommendations for the grant of appropriate authorizations.
QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE:
At least five (5) ye rotorcrafts over 3,175 kg. (MTW) with a
At least two (2) years Airline Training Captain experience on rotorcrafts over 3,175 kg, (MTW).
Qualified Type Rating Examiner/Instrument Rating Examiner (TRE/IRE).
Holder of a T&T ATPL (H) with SIKORSKY S76, AW139 or BELL 412 experience, or similar aircraft.
Minimum total flying time of 5,000 hours.
Knowledge of ICAO standards, practices and procedures; operations, surveillance and
certification; personnel training and licensing; local civil aviation regulations, procedures and
documentation and air safety management; accident prevention and investigation.
Experience in Operations Management; implementation of rules/regulations; operations
manuals, flight and ground procedures; flight training and supervision.
Computer Literate with the ability to utilize database, spread sheet and word processor software.
Lendl Simmons reward for winning the player
of the series award in the CPL is now the source
Simmons was given a piece of land valued at US
$400,000 in St Kitts for his performance but advisor
to the opposition Team Unity in St Kitts, Chesny
Hamilton, yesterday blasted Prime Minister Denzil
Douglas for what he described as wanton wastage,
as the country continues to struggle to come to terms
with their international debt.
Hamilton, former chairman of the People s Action
Party, said while his government gave away
US$400,000 in land to Simmons, professionals com-
ing out of the University cannot afford a piece of
land. "This man Dougie is doing as he pleases, we
have people here struggling and he is giving away
money and land just so. We understand that bringing
CPL here is an advantage, but we have to understand
what we have and what we can afford."
By winning the award, Simmons is eligible to
become a citizen of the country since an investment
of over $250,000 in the financial sector or in real
estate, provides the opportunity for citizenship.
Hamilton said that Warner Park which has been
described as one of the smallest international cricket
venues, was once compared to the Melbourne Cricket
Ground (MCG) in Australia.
During the final leg of the CPLT20 tournament at
Warner Park, commentators constantly made mention
of the size of the ground.
Hamilton said: "Leading up to the 2007 Interna-
tional Cricket Council World Cup here, there was
no consultation between the government and the
stakeholders. They actually built over Warner Park
from scratch and never did they once talk to the peo-
The cost of re-building Warner Park was in the
region of US$40m. The attorney continued: "Imagine
spending that kind of money to host two international
matches a year, if you are lucky."
"I have been around a long time and it
is time I step up and take responsibility."
The words of hard hitting T&T and West
Indies batsman Keiron Pollard, after his 89
won the first match of the Dhaka Bank Cup
for the West Indies on Wednesday in Grena-
da.Speaking to the T&T Guardian, Pollard
said: "Leading the Barbados Tridents and
winning the Limacol Caribbean Premier
League (CPL) have definitely made an impact
on me in terms of my responsibility to my
team s success. As you know I am also mar-
ried and have two kids, so generally I am
a more responsible person now and it is
working for me."
Pollard entered the fray with the West
Indies in dire straits at 34 for five, chasing
218 for victory. He scored a responsible 89
runs and together with Denesh Ramdin
added 145 runs for the sixth wicket, to take
the West Indies to a three-wicket victory.
Pollard took his time at the start off his
innings and as he got accustomed to the
pace of the pitch, he played his natural big-
hitting game. He faced 70 balls, hitting five
fours and six sixes.
He said: "Although we were in a spot of
bother, as soon as I got comfortable with
the pace and bounce of the pitch, I played
my game. If there are balls that you would
normally hit away, it makes no sense not
attacking them. If that is your natural game,
you have to play it and that is when the
success would come. I just played my natural
game but I admit, there was a lot more
responsibility placed on that knock.
"I am looking forward to getting more
runs to assist my team, as we look to take
this victory over Bangladesh. The team will
play better and better as we go along no
St Kitts over
Pollard ready to step up
Lendl Simmons takes the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
at the end of the first Dhaka Bank ODI West Indies
vs Bangladesh at Grenada National Stadium, St
George's, Grenada on Wednesday. St Kitts opposition
has poured cold water on a decision to give Simmons
a $US 400,000 piece of land as part of his prize in
the CPLT20. PHOTO WICB MEDIA
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