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• Nurses Aides
• Male Attendants with at least three O'levels
• Medical Laboratory Technician
• Kitchen/Domestic House Keeper - PART TIME
OR FULL TIME WITH EXPERIENCE. MUST BE ABLE
PALO SECO AGRICULTURAL ENTERPRISES LIMITED
Palo Seco Agricultural Enterprises Limited (PSAEL) is a wholly owned State Enterprise which is
involved in the management and construction of infrastructure projects, estate management and
property maintenance services for Government and State Enterprises.
Suitably qualified persons are invited to apply for the following position on contract:
CIVIL ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN I
The Civil Engineering Technician I will provide support on construction and maintenance projects conducted
in various communities in accordance with the industry's specified guidelines and to meet client's
• Assists with developing scope of works.
Provides clarification for contractors relating to the scope of works.
Coordinates the activities for obtaining work permits for projects by following up on requests and processing
paper-work as directed by Area Project Supervisor.
Assists with on-site supervision of contractors, and advises Area Project Supervisor on issues, delays and
situations affecting projects' progress, including safety issues.
Prepares Work Plans on a weekly basis.
Accepts assignment to Special Projects as required.
Ensures compliance with Occupational Safety and Health Regulations.
Participates in development of Job Hazard Analyses.
Assists with the preparation of reports on contractors' performance and project status for submission to
Area Project Supervisor.
Assists with the development of Quality Control Checklists.
Conducts Quality Control Inspections.
Assists with the preparation of reports and close-out documentation.
Prepares a daily report for each job/project site visited.
Performs any other duties that may be required to successfully achieve this job function.
Qualifications & Experience
Diploma in Civil/Construction Engineering AND at least one (1) year relevant working experience, or an
equivalent combination of skills and experience.
An unencumbered Driving permit.
30-hour Occupational Safety and Health in the Construction sector.
Knowledge of AutoCAD software.
Knowledge of Health & Safety practices.
Knowledge of Industry Specifications and Standards.
Knowledge of MS Project, and MS Excel Software.
Knowledge of Project Management Principles.
The successful candidates will be required to:
Submit a current Police Certificate of good character
Undergo a full medical examination
Submit two (2) work references
A competitive remuneration package is available commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Applications should be submitted no later than February 23, 2014 and addressed as follows:
Application for Employment for Civil Engineering Technician I
MANAGER, HUMAN RESOURCE AND CORPORATE SERVICES
Palo Seco Agricultural Enterprises Limited
#31 Casuarina Avenue
Unsuitable Applications Will Not Be Acknowledged.
ADELAIDE---After an uplifting start, Afghanistan
got a taste of what may lie ahead at the Cricket
World Cup when Rohit Sharma blazed 150 to help
defending champion India to an eventual 153-run
win in a warmup match yesterday.
Afghanistan had India in trouble at 16-2 after
dangerous top-order batsman Shikhar Darwan (4)
was bowled by Hamid Hassan and Virat Kohli (5)
was caught behind off Dawlat Zadran in the fourth
But Sharma shared two big partnerships to lift
India to 364-5. He put on 158 for the third wicket
with Suresh Raina (75), who was run out with the
total at 174.
Sharma then dominated a 95-run partnership with
Ajinkya Rahane to lift the total to 269 in the 40th
over, before he was caught at long-on from Moham-
mad Nabi s bowling. His 122-ball innings contained
12 boundaries and seven sixes at Adelaide Oval.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who guided India to the
2011 World Cup title on home soil, was out for ten
as his team chased quick runs. Rahane finished
unbeaten on 88 from 61 balls.
Afghanistan was never seriously in the chase,
reaching 158-4 in 35 overs and finishing at 211-8.
Nawroz Mangal led the way with 60 runs.
India hadn t won a competitive match in Australia
in two months, including a 2-0 loss in the four-
match test series, and a winless run in the limited-
overs tri-series against Australia and England.
India was well beaten again by Australia in a
warmup match at Adelaide last weekend but was
always expected to lift against tournament newcomer
Afghanistan as it prepared for its World Cup opener
against archrival Pakistan on Sunday.
In the other warm-up match yesterday, Alasdair
Evans snared four wickets and Majid Haq took three
as Scotland beat Ireland by 179 runs.
Scotland reached 296-6 after winning the toss
and batting at Blacktown Oval in Sydney, with Matt
Machan scoring 103 and Preston Mommsen and
Richie Berrington posting half centuries.
Max Sorensen took 3-55 for Ireland, and Craig
Young returned 2-30.
Scotland then restricted Ireland to 117 runs in 27
overs, with Paul Stirling top-scoring for Ireland with
India s games always draw a big television audience,
and the World Cup organising committee is tipping
the Pool B match against Pakistan could be the most
watched cricket match in history.
ICC CRICKET WORLD CUP
Sharma gives India
reason to smile
Rohit Sharma...blasted his way
to 150 as India warmed up
with victory over Afghanistan
yesterday. AP PHOTO
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