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CAREER OPPORTUNITY - TOBAGO
ABS specializes in the manufacture of products and solutions for the
construction sector. We are looking for an innovative, results-oriented
professional to join our team in the position of:
AC TECHNICIAN - CLASS B & C
The HVAC Technician performs skilled, complex work in the repair,
maintenance and installation of ventilating and air conditioning equip-
ment and systems.
• Installs, maintains, troubleshoots an repairs ventilating and air
conditioning equipment and systems for large units. (Commercial &
• Operate a variety of equipment as needed to perform work.
• Installs, maintains and repairs computerized electronic pneumatic
devices related to HVAC control.
• Demonstrates and apply the knowledge of chill water systems.
• Operates various measuring and testing instruments e.g. multi-meters,
humidity testers, temperature recorders, mega testers, callipers etc.
• Requisitions materials from stockroom and controls storage of materials.
• Maintains electronic/pneumatic testing equipment.
• Reads blueprints, piping and wiring diagrams.
• Performs brazing, soldering, pipefitting and welding.
• Accurately complete ABS's job tickets and requisitions in a timely
• A valid certification in air conditioning maintenance from a
• A minimum of two (2) years' experience in a similar role
• Details oriented and possess the ability to complete assignments in
a timely manner.
• Valid driver's license
Interested persons should submit their resume to:
Attn: Human Resource Lead - Manufacturing Sector.
Bldg. #2 Maingot Street, Mt. Hope.
Applications should be submitted no later than 12th September 2014
MANCHESTER---Sepp Blatter will
run for a fifth, four-year term as
Buoyed by a successful World Cup
in Brazil and Uefa president Michel
Platini opting not to stand in next year s
election, the 78-year-old Blatter
believes he has the backing to win
"I will make an official declaration
definitely in September now when we
have the executive committee," Blatter
said in a pre-recorded interview shown
yesterday at the SoccerEx conference.
"I will inform the executive com-
mittee. It s a question of respect also
to say then to the football family, Yes
I will be ready. I will be a candidate. "
In response to FIFA s worst corrup-
tion scandals, Blatter had pledged before
his re-election in 2011 that his current
term would be his last. But the Swiss
official, who took over as Fifa president
in 1998, has been edging toward anoth-
er run ever since, with no major rival
emerging to challenge him. Despite
ongoing corruption scandals engulfing
Fifa and opposition within Uefa, Blatter
appears to have retained the support
of most national federations. Victory
in the May election would extend Blat-
ter s mandate to a 21st year in 2019
when he would be 83.
"A mission is never finished, and
my mission is not finished," said Blatter,
who has previously stopped short of
confirming his candidacy. "I got (from)
the last congress in Sao Paulo not only
the impression but the support of the
majority, a huge majority of national
associations asking Please go on, be
our president also in future. "
Any potential challengers must have
worked in football for at least two of
the last five years, and have until late
January to gather the support of at
least five national associations. The
secret ballot is scheduled for May 29
in Zurich, and former Fifa international
relations director Jerome Champagne
is the only other person to say he will
looked back to its old
self in opening its Euro-
qualifying campaign by
running over Macedo-
nia, while England took
control of its group by
beating biggest rival
Switzerland on the road.
Here is a look at yes-
terday s qualifying games
Spain overcame a few
nervous moments to ease
past Macedonia 5-1 with
five different goal scorers
to get its campaign off
on the right track after
its disappointing World
Although the defend-
ing European champions
began well with early
goals by Sergio Ramos
and Paco Alcacer, Mace-
donia countered with a
28th-minute goal by
Agim Ibraimi that unset-
However, an assured
performance by captain
Iker Casillas in goal
helped Spain recover its
Sergio Busquets, David
Silva and Pedro
Rodriguez added goals as
Spain turned the game
into a rout.
Also in Group C, Slo-
vakia won 1-0 at Ukraine,
and Luxembourg held
Belarus to a 1-1 draw.
Robert Mak gave Slo-
vakia the win by scoring
with a left-foot shot in
the 18th minute, while
Belarus needed a 78th-
minute equaliser from
Stanislav Dragun to res-
cue a point at Luxem-
bourg. The hosts had
gone ahead in the 42nd
when Lars Gerson
volleyed into the roof of
scored twice to give
England respite from
criticism and a deserved
2-0 win at Switzerland.
Welbeck finished off
Raheem Sterling s pass
on a fast counter-attack
in the 58th minute and
slotted in a right-footed
shot deep into stoppage
England s lead was
preserved in the 70th by
defender Gary Cahill
sliding to block Josip
Drmic s shot after the
Swiss substitute dribbled
around goalkeeper Joe
Also in Group E yes-
terday, Lithuania won 2-
0 at San Marino, and
Estonia beat Slovenia 1-
0. Lithuania extended
San Marino s 24-year
run of never winning a
competitive match with
two first-half goals.
scored in the fifth and
Arvydas Novikovas in
Estonia got an 86th-
minute winner from Ats
Purje to beat a visiting
Slovenia team it trails by
54 places in the Fifa
Blatter confirms bid to
stand for 5th Fifa term Spain, England open with
wins in Euro qualifiers
England's forward Danny Welbeck, right, scores a second goal, as Switzerland's
Valon Behrami, centre, and Johan Djourou, left, look on, during their Euro 2016
qualifying match, at the St Jakob-Park stadium in Basel, Switzerland, yesterday.
England won 2-0. AP PHOTO
Spain 5, FYR
Ukraine 0, Slovakia 1
Estonia 1, Slovenia 0
San Marino 0,
Austria 1, Sweden 1
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