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NIGHT MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
Seven Seas Water Trinidad has an immediate opening for two entry level night shift
maintenance workers in Point Fortin
The successful candidate will meet the following requirements:
Able to perform maintenance and repair on water treatment equipment. The Night
Maintenance Technician will assist higher level maintenance personnel in the
performance of skills such as, plumbing, painting, pump repair and miscellaneous
work on mechanical systems. Changing filters on equipment, power washing, monitor
for pipe leaks and any plant abnormalities. Safely operates tools and equipment such
as various hand and power tools, power washers, ladders, scaffolding, motorized lifts.
The ability to read and interpret simple sketches and drawings. Operates a light trucks,
fork truck and cars to pick up supplies and to transport materials to and from work site
while assisting on project work.
3 - 5 years experience working in maintenance field required. Trade school graduate a
Please email resume/CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Seven Seas Water Trinidad is in search of an Electrical Technician for their Point Fortin
The successful candidate must meet the following requirements:
Maintain plant and production equipment. Performs preventative and corrective
maintenance tasks according to computer based work order system.
Troubleshoot mechanical and electrical equipment problems. Determines cause of
failure and required repairs.
Extensive experience with AC and DC motors and drives
Ten years experience, industrial maintenance as an Electric Technician working with
480V 3 Phase, HVAC, pneumatics, hydraulics, and mechanical.
Please email resume/CV to email@example.com.
Costa Rico took advantage of an
under strength T&T to come away with
a 2-1 win in their Concacaf Beach Soc-
cer Championship quarterfinal at the
Estadio de Futbol Playa, Costa Del Sol,
El Salvador on Thursday night.
The T&T squad went into contest
without the suspended pair of goalkeeper
Zane Coker and defender Makan Hislop,
after they were red carded in their final
Group B match with Mexico, a 4-0 loss
on Tuesday night.
However, despite their absence, the
Ryan Augustine-skippered T&T men
managed to hold its own and only trailed
1-0 after three quarters, with Jossimar
Aguilar, the scorer for the Central Amer-
icans in the 11th,
Kerwin Stafford managed to draw
T&T level in the 33rd minute, but with
92 seconds remaining in the third period
Greivin Pacheco broke the 1-1 stalemate
to give Costa Rica its fourth straight
with his tenth goal of the tournament
and ending T&T hopes of qualifying to
the Beach World Cup in Portugal later
Joining Costa Rica in last night s semi-
finals were USA, Mexico and El Salvador,
all of whom have made it to the World
Finals at least once before.
USA, the defending Concacaf cham-
pions, whipped Jamaica 7-3 to set up
a semifinal with Mexico which dumped
Guatemala 5-2 while El Salvador blanked
Bahamas 6-0 and faced Costa Rica.
Also yesterday, in the fifth to eighth
semifinals, T&T which welcomed back
Coker and Hislop met Bahamas while
Jamaica tangled El Salvador.
The tournament ends today with the
playoffs from third to eighth as well as
the finals at the end of which the top
two teams qualify for the World Cup.
T&T head coach, former USA beach
soccer international player Benyam
Astorga, in spite of the quarterfinal loss,
described T&T s showing at the tour-
nament as creditable.
"To sum up, I would say proud. The
players have shown the technical and
tactical ability to play with all teams at
this level. Going forward and playing
top teams is where experience so far
plays a big part," Astorga said.
Before the 2-1 loss, he said T&T were
showing great signs of potential qual-
ifiers."It s been a great tournament !
The team got off to a great start as
expected, due to the hard work they put
in during the camp. The venue and sup-
port from the fans created an amazing
atmosphere! The men here have been
professional in ever aspect and true
ambassadors of T&T."
Aside from the efforts by the TTFA
and its president Raymond Tim Kee to
ensure the team could undergo its prepa-
rations for the tournament, the Ministry
of Sport was also a supporter of this
venture. T&T Beach Soccer president
Kyle Lequay and assistant Yuri Chapman
also shouldered responsibilities in the
team s build up to the Finals.
"We had a tight unit. The seven-day
training camp in Tobago brought the
men together. They are better tactically
now with a better understanding of
beach soccer, something we stressed
with experience. One big factor is they
not only fight for themselves but their
country. We were not that team from
the previous World Cup qualifiers. We
attacked we defended, we had set plays
and a good balance of players in rotation.
Again, to everyone who had been fol-
lowing us, thank you for your support,"
Costa Rico edges
T&T 2-1 in quarters
Samaroo stars in Central's victory
Jared Samaroo grabbed five wickets to guide
Central to a five-wicket win over South West in
a low scoring encounter in round one of the BG
T&T Under-17 Interzone cricket tournament at
Munroe Road Recreation Ground, on Thursday.
Samaroo snatched 5/19 to help dismiss South
West for a dismal 93 in 36 overs batting first.
Kareem Hamilton was the top scorer for South
West with 25, while Shadell Soogrim was also among
the wickets taking 3/29. In reply Central raced to
94/5 in 17 overs behind an unbeaten 41 from former
national U-15 player Crystian Thurton.
At Fatima Ground, North got off to a winning
start with a comfortable six-wicket win over North
East. Amrit Kistow single handedly guided North
East to 127 all out with a knock of 54. Andell Nicholas
was the chief destroyer taking 4/34, while Navin
Bedaisee (2/10) and Michael Deane (2/25) snatched
two wickets apiece.
Wendell George led the run chase with an unbeat-
en 42, steering North to 128/4. George was ably
supported by Keon Mason who scored 29.
The top two teams in each group will qualify for
THURSDAY'S QUARTERFINAL RESULTS
Costa Rica 2 (Jossimar Aguilar 11th,
Greivin Quesada 34th) vs T&T 1
(Kerwin Stafford 33rd)
USA 7 (Nicolas Perera 6th, 13th,
16th, 20th, Alessandro Canale 1st,
25th, Christopher Toth 35th) vs
Jamaica 3 (Rohan Reid 9th, 34th,
Phillip Peddie 18th)
Mexico 5 (Angel Rodriguez 1st,
29th, Adrian Gonzalez 9th, 20th,
Gerardo Gomez 2nd) vs Guatemala
2 (Alex Avila 20th, Angel Gomez
El Salvador 6 (Rube Batres 6th,
18th, Francisco Velasquez 11th, 33rd,
Jose Ruiz 12th, 36th) vs Bahamas 0
At Munroe Road: South West 93 (36 overs)
(Kareem Hamliton 25, Jared Samaroo 5/19,
Shadell Soogrim 3/29) vs Central 94/5 (17
overs) (Crystian Thurton 41 not out, Kyle
Madoo 15, R. Goddard 2/29) Central won by
At Debe Recreation: South 78 vs South
East 79/6---South East won by four wickets
At Fatima: North East 127 (Amrit Kistow
54, Andell Nicholas 4/34, Navin Bedaisee
2/10, Michael Deane 2/25) vs North 128/4
(Wendell George 42 not out, Keon Mason
29) North won by six wickets
At Honeymoon Park: East vs Tobago---
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