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The incumbent must have technical experience as it relates to GPS and electronic
Must have 5 years' experience in a managerial position.
The position involves travelling.
A thorough understanding of servers, networking, desktop and mobile technologies,
GPS and electronic security systems and network security.
• Accomplishes information technology staff results by communicating job expecta
tions; planning, monitoring, and appraising job results; coaching, counselling, and
disciplining employees; initiating, coordinating, and enforcing systems, policies, and
• Maintains staff by recruiting, selecting, orienting, and training employees; maintain
ing a safe and secure work environment; developing personal growth opportunities.
• Maintains organization's effectiveness and efficiency by defining, delivering, and
supporting strategic plans for implementing information technologies.
• Directs technological research by studying organization goals, strategies, practices,
and user projects.
• Completes projects by coordinating resources and timetables with user departments
and data centre.
• Verifies application results by conducting system audits of technologies implemented.
• Preserves assets by implementing disaster recovery and back-up procedures and
information security and control structures.
The Incumbent must be certified in any of the following;
• CompTIA A+ Certificate
• Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA)
• Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP)
• Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert (MCSE
• Must have extensive;
• a thorough knowledge of operating systems, networking, hardware and software
• excellent problem-solving skills
• the ability to explain problems and solutions clearly to non-technical users
• the ability to prioritise, work under pressure and meet deadlines
• a patient and methodical approach
• the ability to work alone or as part of a team
• an awareness of health and safety
Applications must be emailed together with a photograph to
Or mailed to PO Box 85 San Fernando.
A competitive package is offered.
MEXICO CITY---The son of a Mex-
ican wrestling legend died early Sat-
urday from a blow suffered in the
ring, the Baja California state pros-
ecutor s office said.
Pedro Aguayo Ramirez, known as
Hijo del Perro Aguayo, fell unconscious
on the ropes, apparently after receiving
a flying kick from fellow wrestler Oscar
Gutierrez, known as Rey Mysterio Jr,
according to video of the match in a
municipal auditorium in Tijuana.
The match continued for almost
two minutes before other participants
and the referee realized Aguayo was
seriously injured and tended to him.
He was taken to a hospital a block
away and died about 1:30 a.m., pros-
ecutor s spokesman Raul Gutierrez
"I have no words for this terrible
news," Joaquin Roldan, director of the
AAA wrestling federation, said through
his Twitter account. "My sincerest
condolences for the Aguayo Ramirez
The state prosecutor s office said
the cause of death, based on the
autopsy, was trauma to the neck and
a cervical fracture. It has opened an
investigation into possible manslaugh-
ter.The company that reportedly organ-
ized the event, The Crash, couldn t
be reached for comment. The Tijuana
Boxing and Wrestling Commission
called the death an unfortunate acci-
dent like those that occur in other
Even though the match continued
as Aguayo hung listless on the ropes,
commission President Juan Carlos
Pelayo said people moved immediately
to check his condition. He said the
doctor in charge was not at ringside
because he was treating another
injured wrestler, but paramedics and
a doctor who was a spectator attended
"The reaction for medical attention
was quick, in my opinion," Pelayo said
in a news conference Saturday.
Mexico is famous for its colorful
characters and costumes in profes-
sional wrestling, popularly known as
lucha libre, where fighters perform
daring aerial maneuvers inside and
outside the ring.
Aguayo, 35, had wrestled for 20
years and was the son of the legendary
Pedro "Perro" Aguayo, now retired
and a member of the Aztec lucha hall
The younger Aguayo was also pop-
ular and led a group called "Los Perros
de Mal," or the bad dogs. He won
numerous titles, including national
pairs with his father, a national heavy-
weight championship and the Consejo
Mundial Lucha Libre world trios
"It makes me very sad because he
was a professional colleague and I have
great affection for his father," the
wrestler Hijo del Santo said in a tele-
phone interview. "I think the fans in
Japan, the US and Mexico, of course,
where he was very popular, must be
in mourning, especially because of his
youth. He had much ahead of him."
'Lucha libre' dies
from hit in the ring
of Germany defeated compatriot
Robin Krasniqi by technical
knockout to retain his WBA light
heavyweight belt on Saturday.
Krasniqi s corner pulled the
challenger out ahead of the 10th
round with a deep cut above his
lip, sustained after he took a bat-
tering in the previous round.
The 36-year-old Braehmer
improved to 46-2, with 34 KOs,
after making the fourth defense of
the title he won by beating Amer-
ican Marcus Oliveira in December
Krasniqi dropped to 43-4 (16
LOS ANGELES---Manny Pacquiao
welcomed a high-profile visitor
to his training camp Saturday with
ties to his native Philippines: Tim
Pacquiao is preparing for his
much-anticipated fight with Floyd
Mayweather Jr on May 2 in Las
Vegas. The Heisman Trophy-win-
ning former Florida QB posted pho-
tos on Instagram of the two together
in Pacquiao s gym in Los Angeles.
"Awesome being with my Filipino
and Christian brother," Tebow post-
ed on his Instagram account.
Tebow, who is very open about
his Christian faith, was born in the
Philippines to missionary parents.
Pacquiao welcomes Tebow to training camp
Braehmer keeps WBA light heavyweight belt
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