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Monday, January 19, 2015 www.guardian.co.tt Guardian
85 FIFTH STREET BARATARIA
Suitably qualified nationals are invited to apply for the position of
Main Objective of the Job:
To maintain the Organization's Information Technology resources in a fully
functional manner, so as to allow for efficient utilisation in the day to day
To install, maintain and monitor production and test systems as designated
to agreed levels of service in a centralized network environment, including
the security of these systems.
Minimum Knowledge and Skills Required:
IS knowledge with specific reference to operating systems and networking
Thorough understanding of the Credit Union Information and Communications
Strong analytical and diagnostic skills
Ability to work under pressure with little or no supervision
Effective communication skills
Minimum Qualification and Training Required:
First degree in Management Information Systems
Microsoft Certified System Engineer (MCSE) accreditation.
Equivalent combination of training and experience in Information Technology
Minimum Work Experience:
At least two (2) years' experience working in an IT environment, have
experience with LAN base network operating systems such as Windows
Experienced in Linux Operating Systems
Experienced in training end users
Experienced in the use of reporting tools such as crystal report
Applications must be addressed to:
TATECO (POS) Credit Union
85 Fifth Street, Barataria
DEADLINE DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: January 23, 2015 0115078
Olympic cyclist Njisane Phillip is
expressing relief that he was able to
successfully medal at the Milton Inter-
national Challenge in Ontario, Canada,
on January 9 and 11, saying that it feels
good to be back on the podium.
Phillip joined the elite men s sprint
team of Keron Bramble and Kwesi
Browne to win gold for T&T at the cham-
pionships on the opening day of com-
petition at the Mattamy Cycling Centre.
Two days later, he secured a bronze
medal in the sprint event.
Speaking to the T&T Guardian, he
said contributing to a team gold and
moving on to a personal bronze provided
him with the lift he so badly needed.
"It feels good to start off the year
banging! I rode the second fastest time.
It feels great to be back down in the 10.01
area. It shows I am progressing," he
Phillip added: "I feel very confident
moving forward this year. I feel con-
fident in my programme and myself
again, so it s all uphill now. The UCI
World Cup will be very hard, but it s
all part of the programme and moving
Phillip, Bramble and Browne were in
Cali, Colombia, for this weekend s UCI
Track World Cup. Phillip won this
country s first medal at the event, a
silver, back in November 2013.
At last year s UCI event back in
December, held at the Lee Valley
Velopark, which was familiar to Phillip--
being the sporting facility at which he
narrowly missed out on a bronze medal
at the London 2012 Olympic Games--
he struggled during the qualifying
He hoped to do better, citing that
the World Cup was an event that would
pre-qualify him for Rio 2016.
Since being struck down by illness
in January 2014, the Rigtech Sonics
cyclist faced repeated challenges as he
tried to get his feet comfortably back
on the pedal.
Phillip was hospitalised in critical
condition for seven days at the start of
2014 and warded at the Providence
Little Company of Mary Medical Center
in California, USA. Up to today, his
medical team still had no clue as to the
cause of the ailment, which caused his
kidney to fail.
Since then, he had been in and out
of clinic as specialists conducted further
lasix renal scans and monitoring his
His last check-up was in September.
The doctors gave him the all-clear to
compete at the Pan American Games.
Before that, Phillip competed at the
Commonwealth Games in Glasgow,
Scotland. He believed himself to be
ready mentally for that major interna-
tional outing, but later admitted to the
T&T Guardian that the situation was
otherwise. Today, he believed all those
things were truly behind him citing his
encouraging weekend performances in
Now in Colombia, Phillip considered
the opportunity to work with fellow
Rigtech Sonics team-mate Bramble and
fellow national cyclist Browne as prom-
He said: "They are two very talented
young men and I am very happy to be
a part of this young team. They are
very hungry and they want to shine.
I love that! We will continue medalling
once we are together and training as a
unit. I never did team sprint at the
(UCI) World Cup level, but I am looking
forward to it and I wouldn t want to
do it with any other guys."
Phillip: Good to be
back on podium
one of the
won by T&T
in Canada on
January 9, at
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