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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.
Thousands online have shared
an image of a Syrian child with her
hands raised in surrender---but
what is the story behind it?
Those sharing it were moved by
the fear in the child s eyes, as she
seems to be staring into the barrel
of a gun. It wasn t a gun, of course,
but a camera, and the moment was
captured for all to see.
It began to go viral last week, when
it was tweeted by Nadia Abu Shaban,
a photojournalist based in Gaza. The
image quickly spread across the social
network. "I m actually weeping,"
"unbelievably sad," and "humanity
failed," the comments read. The orig-
inal post has been retweeted more
than 11,000 times. On Friday the
image was shared on Reddit,
prompting another outpouring of
emotion. It s received more than
5,000 upvotes, and 1,600 comments.
Accusations that the photo was
fake, or staged, soon followed on
both networks. Many on Twitter
asked who had taken the photo, and
why it had been posted without
credit. Abu Shaban confirmed she
had not taken the photo herself, but
could not explain who had. On
Imgur, an image sharing Web site,
one user traced the photograph back
to a newspaper clipping, claiming it
was real, but taken "around 2012,"
and that the child was actually a
boy. The post also named a Turkish
photojournalist, Osman Sagirli, as
the man who took the picture.
BBC spoke to Sagirli---now work-
ing in Tanzania---to confirm the ori-
gins of the picture. The child is in
fact not a boy, but a four-year-old
girl, Hudea. The image was taken at
the Atmeh refugee camp in Syria,
in December last year. She travelled
to the camp---near the Turkish bor-
der---with her mother and two sib-
"I was using a telephoto lens, and
she thought it was a weapon," says
"I realised she was terrified after
I took it, and looked at the picture,
because she bit her lips and raised
her hands. Normally kids run away,
hide their faces or smile when they
see a camera." He says he finds pic-
tures of children in the camps par-
ticularly revealing. "You know there
are displaced people in the camps.
It makes more sense to see what
they have suffered not through
adults, but through children. It is
the children who reflect the feelings
with their innocence." (BBC)
Syrian child surrenders to a camera
Osman Sagirli's photo of
four-year-old Hudea spurred
thousands of heartfelt
comments on social media.
An evangelical church with thou-
sands of followers held its biggest
event to date this Easter weekend. It
is being considered the biggest Easter
egg hunt in New Jersey history.
The Liquid Church hid some
100,000 eggs filled with candy, toys,
and even tickets for a few free iPads at
its four locations in New Brunswick,
Morristown, Mountainside, and Nut-
ley.The church, which touts its Baptist
ministries on outreach, said it was look-
ing to meet new members---and the
general public was welcomed to join in
"We want out people to put our faith
into action," said Kenny Jahng, one of
the Liquid pastors.
The hunts were scheduled for morn-
ing and afternoon, yesteday and con-
tinues today, said church officials. A
crowd of 5,000 total was expected over
New Jersey's largest
egg hunt marks
This little girl gathers eggs during Liquid Church's first Easter egg hunt in New
A little girl gets a hug from the Easter
Bunny in New Jersey.
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