Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : January 11th 2015 Contents A28
Sunday Guardian www.guardian.co.tt January 11, 2015
Technical Sales and Engineering
Total years of Experience: More than 10 years
Experience years in the job: More than 5 - 10 years
Trinidad & Tobago
Industrial Engineer, Mechanical Engineer,
Chemical Engineer or Petroleum Engineer
Defines Tenaris products and discovers those needed for the future, applying
products into new applications and technically proving Tenaris value. Sells
Tenaris products and services through engineered, value based solutions.
Builds high-quality, lasting technical relationship, guided by a strong
understanding of customer situations and knowledge of Tenaris Product.
Connects customer ideas with product development organization and predicts
future applications and products. Discovers opportunities, adds value to
customer operations, proves differentiation. Assists in the development and
distribution of sales tools with a proactive sales approach. Offers value added
services (string design, running services, inspection, material selection, etc.)
as an empowered member of the customer team. Assists a team, and at times
leads the customer investigation and claims management process base on
Tenaris Product and Process understanding. Provides a technical support role.
Provides input toward writing company objectives communicating how
Tenaris can serve customers better. Participates in setting and reviewing
customer specific sales strategies.
Complies with Tenaris policies, procedures and management standards, and
ensures adherence with all laws and regulations that apply to the area of
Submission of Applications:
Send via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
All applications close One Month on from first run date.
Maple Leaf International School is seeking a qualified Marketing Coordinator who will
be responsible for creating, developing, implementing, executing and coordinating a
wide and diverse spectrum of related communications and community involvement and
outreach programs and initiatives that will serve to effectively position and promote the
• Collaboratively works with Administration and other key stakeholders (as
authorized by the Principal) in developing fit-for-purpose internal/external events
• Creates, revises, updates HTML-based email newsletters and notices, web pages,
social media and websites.
• Prepares basic graphic design including updating existing materials and creating
simple brochures and flyers for print and electronic (PDF, HTML) media.
• Maintains an up-to-date, accessible and retrievable catalogued data base of
marketing and communication templates and artifacts.
• Ensures the regular, timely and efficient management of the Marketing Budget.
Tracks monthly spend, and make recommendations for the effective, impactful
and optimal use of same.
• Bachelor's degree in Marketing, Advertising, Journalism, Communications or
related discipline of study would be considered a valuable asset.
• Two of more years' experience in marketing advertising, graphic design or public
• Knowledge and competence in the use of social media tools and web design
would be considered a valuable asset.
• A self-starter, with the ability to identify projects, marketing opportunities and
needs as they occur.
• Three (3) years previous related industry experience.
• The ability to excel in a team oriented and highly result-driven environment.
Maple Leaf International School
Alyce Heights Drive, Alyce Glen
Unsuitable applications will not be acknowledged
CAIRO---After gunmen in Paris
killed 12 people, Saudi Arabia s
top body of Muslim clerics quick-
ly condemned the attack and said
it could have no acceptable jus-
It was a signal from some of the
Islamic world s strictest voices that
cartoons lampooning the Prophet
Muhammad in the French satirical
magazine Charlie Hebdo were not
a reason to kill the artists.
Only days later, Saudi Arabia
sent an opposing message: On Fri-
day, a young Saudi was whipped
50 times in a public square in the
city of Jiddah, the first of what
will be 20 such weekly rounds of
That, along with ten years in
prison, is his sentence from the
kingdom s religious-based courts
for insulting Islam, based on posts
on his blog criticising prominent
clerics close to the monarchy.
The contradiction points to the
difficulties at a time of a growing
debate within Islam about whether
and how to reject a radical minority
that some fear is dragging them
into conflict and wrecking the
Western critics are increasingly
brazen about suggesting there is
something inherent in Islam that
is sparking violence by some of its
Most Muslims reject this, argu-
ing that the tumult of the post-
colonial Middle East has created
fertile ground for radicalism among
people whose faith is fundamen-
tally one of peace.
Nonetheless, the past year has
seen increasing voices among
Muslims saying their community
must re-examine their faith to
modernise its interpretations and
Violence fuels debate among
Muslims over interpreting faith
sideline extremists. As much as recent
attacks in the West, the rise of star-
tlingly vicious violence by Sunni Mus-
lim militants in the name of Islam
against fellow Muslims, including Sun-
nis, brought it home for many Muslims
that something must change in religious
discourse. In Syria and Iraq, the Islamic
State group has butchered entire fam-
ilies of Sunnis and beheaded Sunni sol-
diers, as well as Western hostages.
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Western critics are
increasingly brazen about
suggesting there is
something inherent in Islam
that is sparking violence by
some of its adherents. Most
Muslims reject this, arguing
that the tumult of the post-
colonial Middle East has
created fertile ground for
radicalism among people
whose faith is
fundamentally one of peace.
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