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A Chaguaramas-based shipworks company seeks suitably qualified:-
- to support the company's
Commercial Department in its day to day operations, providing inter alia
reports and analysis of work in progress for Ship Repair, Ship Conversion
and Ship Building Projects. Incumbent will have the opportunity to have
exposure to and serve within a shipyard environment and obtain skills and
experience in related commercial matters, as well as the opportunity of fur-
ther employment in this regard. Ideal candidate must be in possession of and
Engineering Diploma or related qualification from an accredited institution
and have a demonstrated minimum experience of 2 to 3 years working with-
in heavy engineering industry in a related or similar capacity. Must be fully
computer literate and proficient using Excel, Microsoft Office, Word and
other related applications. Supervisory experience will be an asset.
- with at least two (2) years' demonstrable related
working experience. Ideal candidate should be over 25 years of age and must
be fully literate to meet the requirements of the job. Evidence of Secondary
level education will be an asset.
- to support the HSE Department in the implementa-
tion and enforcement of the company's Health and Safety policy and proce-
dures as well as enforcing the national Health and Safety regulations. The
incumbent will have the opportunity to gain experience to and serve with a
Shipyard environment and obtain skills and experience in the Marine
Industry. The ideal candidate must have at least a Diploma in the field of
HSE or such other related qualification and have a minimum of three (3)
years experience in the industrial or heavy engineering field in addition to
minimum computer literacy.
The Secondary School s
Football League South Zone
will crown an Under 16 Cham-
pion tomorrow when Naparima
College San Fernando and
Shiva Boys Hindu College con-
tend for the title.
Shiva got past Pleasantville in
the semi finals while Naparima
defeated St Benedict s College
to secure their spot in the finals.
In Under 14 action, Shiva Boys
Hindu, Presentation College San
Fernando and Pleasantville West
Secondary will meet in a tri
competition playoff this week
to determine a champion.
The form one s had their share
of football for the season coming
to a close with La Romaine High
emerging winners the south
zone. Point Fortin East Second-
ary claimed first place honours
after all points tallied in the Girls
Trinity College East dominat-
ed the lower division in the east
zone capturing three titles dur-
ing the last week. The form 1
unit took care of business by
defeating El Dorado East 4-0 to
lift the trophy.
The Under 14 finals also
placed El Dorado East against
Trinity College East, with the
same outcome once again, Trin-
ity prevailing 6-0 winners.
In the Under 16 finals, Trinity
emerged champs over San Juan
North 1-0. Meanwhile, defend-
ing East Zone under 15 Girls
champions St Augustine Sec-
ondary proved too much for
Bishops Anstey High East, win-
ning the title for a consecutive
year with a 2-1 score line.
Iere High sweeps
Iere High School seems poised
to retain all three titles in the
girls division as action served
off in the south division of the
Secondary School s Volleyball
Iere High journeyed to Holy
Faith Convent Penal to compete
in three divisions. Action began
with the Under 14 s where Iere
got past their host Holy Faith in
straight sets 25-14, 25-16.
The Under 16 clash bore sim-
ilar results, the visitors in straight
sets 25-11, 25-8. Iere completed
their sweep, by taking the Under
20 game in two straight sets
once again 25-16, 25-6.
Over at Princes Town West
Secondary, defending Under 20
Boys Champions ASJA Boys
College needed three sets to take
care of their hosts. ASJA lost the
first set but rallied to come back
and win the second and third.
ASJA prevailed 15-25, 25-16, 25-
8. Action is expected to com-
mence in the other zones.
SECONDARY SCHOOLS BUZZ WITH AKINI MAULE
Trinity East captures three titles
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