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Bristow Caribbean Limited, a leader in aviation services for the energy industry, is seeking suitable
applicants for the position of
Completion of assigned work in accordance with TTCAR's, Repair Manual's, and Manufacturers' specifications
in a professional and timely manner.
• Plan, lays out, fabricates, assembles, removes, installs, and repairs sheet metal parts, equipment, and
components, utilizing knowledge of working characteristics of metallic and non-metallic materials,
machining, and layout techniques, using hand tools, power tools, machines, and equipment.
• Reads and interprets blue prints, sketches, or specifications to determine sequence and methods of
fabricating, assembling, and installing metallic and non-metallic products.
• Selects gauge and type of metallic and non-metallic material according to specifications.
• Lays out and marks dimensions and reference lines on material using scribes, dividers, squares, and
rulers. Applying knowledge of shop mathematics and layout techniques to develop and trace patterns
or parts or using templates.
• Sets up and operates fabricating machines, such as shears, brakes, presses, forming rolls, routers, and
saws to cut, bend, block and form, or straighten materials.
• Shapes metal material over anvil, block, or other form, using hand tools. Trims, files, grinds, deburrs,
buffs, and smooths surfaces, using hand and portable power tools.
• Welds, solders, bolts, rivets, screws, clips, caulks or bonds component parts to assemblies, using hand
tools, power tools, and equipment.
• Installs assemblies according to specifications, using hand and power tools, and lifting and handling
• Inspects assemblies and installation for conformance to specifications, using measuring instruments,
such as calipers, scales, dial indicators, gauges, and micrometers.
• Repairs and maintains metallic and non-metallic products.
• Completes all documentation related to or associated with work performed and ensures the proper use
and preservation of company tools and equipment.
NON-ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Clean and orderly housekeeping. All other duties as assigned by the Sheet
Metal Shop Supervisor.
• Knowledgeable as it relates to working with and on aircraft sheet metal and composite structures.
• Airframe certificate preferred but not mandatory.
• National Technical Vocational Certificate Level 2
• At least 5 CXC or GCE passes including Mathematics and English
• A Science Subject will be an asset.
Applicants can apply through our career portal
Applications should reach no later than
Bristow Caribbean Limited is an equal opportunity employer.
Unsuitable applications will not be acknowledged.
Confidence in flight. Worldwide.
SHANGHAI---Two-time defending champion Novak
Djokovic avoided being the latest seed to lose at the
upset-hit Shanghai Masters, rallying to defeat No
85-ranked Mikhail Kukushkin 6-3, 4-6, 6-4 in the
third round yesterday.
Roger Federer also advanced to the quarterfinals
with a routine 6-4, 6-2 win over Roberto Bautista
Agut, a night after he saved five match points and
escaped with a three-set win in the second round.
Djokovic extended his 27-match winning streak in
China, but it wasn t easy against the speedy
Kukushkin, who kept the top-ranked Serb running
with powerful forehands that repeatedly caught the
lines and impressive defense to extend lengthy ral-
Serving at 4-5 in the second set, a frustrated
Djokovic even lashed out at the chair umpire after
receiving a time violation as he caught his breath
"Did you not see the point before that we played?"
he asked. "You re sitting there enjoying your time,
After dropping that service game to lose the set,
the seven-time major winner got the early break in
the third and held on for the win. It was the first set
he s lost in seven matches this year in China, including
five at last week s China Open.
"He disguised his first serve very well. He disguised
his forehands very well. Definitely was the toughest
match I played so far in China," Djokovic said. "When
you play somebody who has nothing to lose, it s
important that I got the W."
Kukushkin, a Russian-born Kazakh player who
entered the match with a 1-15 record against top-10
players, had 35 winners to 27 for Djokovic.
Federer avoided the dramatics of his opening match
over Leonardo Mayer of Argentina, which he finally
won 7-5, 3-6, 7-6 (7) after coming back from a 5-
2 deficit in the third-set tiebreaker.
Federer, who will overtake Rafael Nadal at No. 2
in the rankings next week, played a much cleaner
match against Bautista Agut, hitting 33 winners to
just 21 unforced errors. He had 57 unforced errors
The biggest problem after Wednesday s match was
the recovery. The match ended at 12:30 a.m. local
time and he didn t get to sleep until four hours later.
"I think that s the toughest part. Just maintaining
a good concentration, not getting frustrated, taking
chances, being inspired on the court. All those things
can chip away once you go to bed so late," he said.
Djokovic will next face David Ferrer, who boosted
his chances of qualifying for the ATP finals with a
2-6, 6-1, 6-2 win over Andy Murray.
Both Murray and Ferrer are fighting to claim one
of the remaining spots in the eight-man tournament
next month in London. With the win, Ferrer will now
pass Murray into ninth place in the standings, just
behind Milos Raonic in eighth.
Murray had played far more tennis than the fresher
Ferrer in recent weeks, winning a title in Shenzhen
and making the semifinals of the China Open. The
Spaniard, meanwhile, was coming off two straight
"He literally barely missed a ball for about a set
and a half," Murray said. "I couldn t find a way around
Murray will now try to build on his momentum
over the rest of the season to make a push for London.
Besides last year when he was recovering from back
surgery, Murray has played in the season-ending
championships every year since 2008.
"There s still obviously a few more weeks left in
the season," Murray said. "I ve played some pretty
Sixth-seeded Tomas Berdych also reached the quar-
terfinals, beating Ivo Karlovic 6-3, 6-4.
The Czech player is the only seed remaining on
the bottom half of the draw after Nadal, Stan Wawrin-
ka, Marin Cilic, Milos Raonic and Ernests Gulbis were
all knocked out. No 13-seeded John Isner also lost
Thursday to Spaniard Feliciano Lopez, 6-3, 6-4.
Berdych will next face Gilles Simon of France in
the quarterfinals, while Lopez takes on Russian Mikhail
Youzhny. Federer plays French veteran Julien Ben-
neteau, who defeated Jack Sock of the United States,
6-3, 6-4. (AP)
Djokovic, Federer into
Novak Djokovic of Serbia returns
a shot against Mikhail Kukushkin
of Kazakhstan in their men's
singles third round match at the
Shanghai Masters Tennis
Tournament in Shanghai, China,
yesterday . AP PHOTO
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