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Nalco Champion is a global oil eld chemical company formed in 2013 following the acquisition
of the Champion Technologies by Ecolab, the parent company of Nalco is looking for a suitably
quali ed person to be its Area Manager in its Trinidad o ce. Nalco Champion supplies
chemicals and related services to the oil and gas industry.
Available Position: Area Manager
This position is responsible for the sales and management of a major account or multiple
accounts within Trinidad and Tobago. The Area Manager will be responsible for maintaining
and improving current sales relationship and opportunities. The applicant must demonstrate
pro ciency in the sales process and must have advanced knowledge of Nalco's products and
applications. The Area Manager will also be responsible for the development, training and
leadership of District Representatives within Trinidad and Tobago.
15 years sales experience in a multinational chemical company
Bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering
4-7 plus years of successful technical sales or eld sales support experience
Experience in technical and service of speciality chemicals accounts for the Hydrocarbon
Process Industry in the water a process area
Technical excellence in a speci ed job area (i.e. water, re nery process, petrochemical
process or additives)
Ensure order and revenue growth of company products and services to government and
private customers in Oil and Petrochemical market and prospect accounts
Develop and implementing sales plans
Sell products and provide customer support through value creation activities
Experience in the management and leadership by coaching of sales teams in di erent
geographical areas, like sales representatives, application engineers and eld technicians
All interested applicants may send cover letter and resume no later than 16th, January, 2015 to
Alisa Sexton by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Applicants are also required to submit a copy of their application to:
Chief Manpower O cer,
Ministry of Labour & Small and Micro Enterprise Development,
Level 3, Duke Place,
50 -- 54 Duke Street,
Port of Spain.
Panos Nakhid, son of
former national captain
David Nakhid is cur-
rently on a football
scholarship at Ameri-
can University in the
United States and is
steady progress in the
Panos, born in Greece,
has had some strong
performances for American, after join-
ing them on scholarship from the David
Nakhid International Football Academy
in September last year.
Among his highlights included an
89th minute game winner in a 1-0
victory over Loyola University to guide
American to their 10th win of the sea-
American reached the quarter-finals
of the Patriot League but lost on penal-
ty kicks to the US Military Academy.
The Washington Post highlighted
Panos recently, mentioning the fact
that his father David was a star mem-
ber of their 1985 squad.
Panos, during his earlier days, was
MVP at the Como Cup in Italy in 2009
and also participated in the Mediter-
Nakhid's son progressing at AU
ranean International Cup in
Barcelona in 2011 and 2012.
He was named to the
Northern Greek All Star
team in 2012.
David Nakhid played top
flight football in Switzerland,
Belgium, Greece, USA and
He established his inter-
national academy in 2006.
He obtained a double major
in international relations and economics
at American University where he was
also inducted in the University s hall of
fame in 2005.
Jamaica cautious ahead
of opener vs T&T
Jamaica Under 20 coach Theodore
Whitmore says his team will be cautious
in its opening match of the Concacaf
Under 20 Championship tomorrow
against T&T in Kingston.
Whitmore, a former Jamaica senior
team player and head coach, was speak-
ing to the press following his team s back
to back friendlies with Cuba which the
Reggae Boyz won 2-1 and drew 1-1.
In terms of preparation, we are
behind. We have work to do, said Whit-
The other teams coming in for the
championship have better-quality players
who play in professional leagues around
the world. I m not 100 per cent pleased,
but we have a couple days to fine-tune
for the championship. We have players
who can get goals.
Jamaica also played as a guest team
in the Under-20 Central America Cham-
pionship last month, losing all three
matches. However, Whitmore said they
had improved on those performances.
We conceded 12 goals in three games
during the Copa Simón Bolívar tour-
nament in Venezuela last month, and
during camp, we worked on that area
and the team has improved defensively,
T&T and Jamaica will clash from 9
pm local time at the National Stadium
T&T is coming off a training camp
in Miami where it lost two training
matches. The team is captained by Shan-
non Gomez and coached by Derek King.
Twelve countries will compete from
January 9-24. Group A includes hosts
Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago, Aruba,
Panama, the United States, and
Guatemala. Group B contains Haiti,
Canada, Mexico, Cuba, Honduras, and
El Salvador. Four teams will qualify for
the 2015 Fifa Under 20 World Cup in
T&T eyes Concacaf U-15
The Football Association will begin
the preparation of a National Under 15
team for participation at the Concacaf
2015 F Boys Under-15 Championship
which will take place in the Cayman
Islands in October.
Further information in relation to
nationwide screening will follow in due
course but it is expected that T&T will
use the build-up and the tournament
itself as a way of placing heavy emphasis
on its youth development programme.
This year is set to be filled with activities
with the Concacaf Gold Cup, the start
of the 2018 World Cup qualifiers, the
Concacaf U-17 and U-20 Men s Cham-
pionships, the CFU Club championship,
a Concacaf-17 Women s Championship
among other tournaments on the sched-
ule.Ten additional teams are expected to
participate in 2015, which would bring
32 squads from the region to Cayman s
Concacaf President Jeff Webb said
the tournament would be crucial to the
development of the region s young play-
The Under 15 tournaments are espe-
cially important as those young players
have an opportunity to build a founda-
tion for their country s youth leagues
and represent their nations at interna-
tional events, Webb said.
It also enables the football community
to start scouting for new talent at an
Molino makes Sportsmax
Top 5 for 2014
T&T international Kevin Molino was
named by regional sports cable channel
Digicel SportsMax among the top Five
players in the Caribbean for 2014.
Molino had an outstanding year for
T&T, leading them to the final of the
Caribbean Cup where they lost on penal-
ty kicks to Jamaica. He was joint top-
scorer in the Finals with three goals. He
also netted a hattrick in a 6-1 win over
Dominican Republic in the semi-final
phase to end the year year with six goals
in ten appearances. Molino is getting
ready for the upcoming American MLS
season with Orlando City where he will
line up alongside Brazilian star Kaka.
Sportsmax s other top players included
Jamaica s Andre Blake and midfielder
Rudolph Austion, Haiti s Kervens Belfort
and Cuba s Yenier Marquez.
Jones described as 'Drogba'
of Championship League
T&T captain Kenwyne Jones has been
described by his Cardiff City teammate
Adam Le Fondre as the Didier Drogba
of the English Championship.
Jones, currently with ten goals for the
season, has been a force for Cardiff and
came in for praise from Le Fondre after
the player netted his first goal for the
club against Watford last month.
The gaffer (Russell Slade) wanted
more of a physical presence in attack
and nobody provides that better than
Kenwyne. There isn t a centre-half in
Championship football who can dom-
inate him, Le Fondre said.
There is not a better player in our
league who is better at holding the ball
up and he is brilliant in the air. Kenwyne
did a tremendous job against Watford
and I am buzzing to play alongside him
because I know he is going to get up
and create chances for me.
For me he is the Didier Drogba of
Shaun Fuentes is director,
communications of the
T&T Football Association
THE PRO LOOK
BY SHAUN FUENTES
Panos Nakhid, right, in action for American University
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