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GROUP OF COMPANIES
We are a leading Company in the Construction industry in Trinidad and Tobago.
The Group is involved in limestone quarrying, sand and gravel mining and pro-
cessing, production and manufacturing of ready-mix concrete, asphaltic con-
crete, block manufacturing, road construction and rehabilitation and other gen-
eral civil engineering, infrastructure works and building construction works.
SENIOR PRODUCTION MANAGER, MINING & ASPHALT
The successful candidate will be required to provide management and leader-
ship in the development of the Company Mining and Aggregate Production
facilities and Asphalt Production, in addition to quality assurance in keeping with
• Develop and implement the Company's Mining and Extraction strategy
and development program.
• Determine and design Asphalt Mixes to meet Contractual obligations.
• Quality assurance in the production of Asphaltic Concrete to meet
• Provide subject matter expertise in the Development of Mining and
• Managing the Company's new and existing Asphalt production facilities.
• Managing assigned projects, taking into account integration across all
areas of business requiring Aggregate input.
• Monitoring and managing of project schedules to enable mitigation
risks and enable on-time delivery.
• Negotiate and resolve issues as they arise across areas of the project
and where they impact on Supply of Aggregates.
• Collaborating with other Senior Engineering and Operations staff to
ensure a seamless interface in the delivery of projects.
• Provide coaching and mentor for young professional in the mining and
• Post graduate qualification in Project/Contract management or related
area or any equivalent combination of academic qualifications and
• A minimum of fifteen (15) years of experience. At least five of which
must have been at a senior leadership level.
• Result oriented, strong leadership and management capability.
Coosal's Group of Companies
Human Resources Department
Corporate Head Office
31-45 Coosals Boulevard,
Madras Road, P.O. Box 9235, Cunupia
Via email: email@example.com
Tel: 868 693 1985, 1910,0069, 2426
Visit our webstite at: www.coosals.com
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might soon be able to use
pot under a bill intro-
duced Tuesday in the
Democratic Sen Tick
Segerblom is sponsoring
the measure that would
allow animal owners to
get marijuana for their pet
if a veterinarian certifies
the animal has an illness
that might be alleviated
by the drug.
Segerblom said he s
concerned that some ani-
mals might have adverse
reactions, but "you don t
know until you try," he
Some veterinarians who
have given cannabis to
sick and dying pets say it
has relieved their symp-
Bill to allow sick pets to
use medical marijuana
toms, although the sub-
stance hasn t been proven
as a painkiller for animals.
Los Angeles veterinar-
ian Doug Kramer said that
pot helped ease his Siber-
ian husky s pain during
her final weeks, after she
had surgery to remove
tumours. Kramer said
cannabis helped his dog,
Nikita, gain weight and
live an extra six weeks
before she was
"I grew tired of
euthanising pets when I
wasn t doing everything I
could to make their lives
better," Kramer told the
AP. "I felt like I was letting
them down." The proposal
is in its earliest stages and
faces several legislative
hurdles before it could
become law. (AP)
Chen Zhentai kowtows to his grandmother during a home visit from a drug rehabilitation centre, Hengmu
village, Zhejiang province, China, Wednesday. Chen became an orphan after he lost his parents as a child
and was raised by his grandmother. He was taken into rehab for using drugs for seven years and granted
leave to visit his grandmother, Tu Xiufeng, 90, during a break with the company of police, according to
local media. REUTERS PHOTO
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