Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : May 4th 2015 Contents A37
Monday, May 4, 2015 www.guardian.co.tt Guardian
A REPUTABLE MARINE COMPANY IN THE CHAGUARAMAS AREA IS SEEKING
TO EMPLOY THE FOLLOWING PERSONNEL:
Plan and organize the fleet in accordance with statutory, regulatory and classification
society requirements, company policies and commercial commitments, and liaise
with other departments, regulatory bodies, classification societies and customers.
Monitor the execution of the planned maintenance program on board the vessels
though review of routine ship's reports.
In conjunction with the Health and Safety Department, review safety and other
routine reports submitted from the vessels.
In conjunction with the Management Systems Compliance department to
ensure that safety, environmental and security issues are dealt with effectively
and in a timely fashion.
Plan, arrange and monitor the progress of vessel dry dockings, refits and un-
scheduled repairs in accordance with the established company procedures and
ensure that relevant records are maintained.
Work closely with key customer contacts to coordinate and communicate
progress on key technical projects, issues and effectively utilize port time for the
execution of vessel maintenance.
Management of vessel operations budgeting, forecasting and cost management.
Act as company representative in relation to the execution of the Charter party
Qualifications must include:
A minimum of 10 years' experience in a similar Operations Management position
or Senior Marine Professional position within the Marine sector.
A minimum of 5 years direct experience working with modern ASD tugs.
A minimum of 5 years direct experience working in an LNG terminal environment.
A minimum of 8 years work experience with Caterpillar 3516 series engines.
Completion of post secondary education is a requirement; specifically applicants
with an educational background in Marine Engineering or Navigation
A valid Master 500 T, NC certificate of Competency
Six Sigma experience considered an asset
Demonstrated experience working with an recognized quality system, experience
with the Irving management system considered an asset
Possess a high commitment to customer service and safe working practices
Strong financial acumen.
Demonstrated proficiency using Vessel/Maintenance management system. NS5
experience would be considered a definite asset.
Ability to travel internationally.
Interested persons should submit their applications with detailed resumes by
Saturday 16th May 2015. Only suitable applications will be acknowledged. Kindly
address your application to: The HR Manager
PO Box 3135
Chaguaramas Post Office
or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
An unidentified woman wipes her face yesterday after talking with police officers about the shooting of
police officer Brian Moore in the Queens borough of New York. AP PHOTO
NEW YORK---A New York City
police officer shot in the head while
attempting to stop a man he sus-
pected of carrying a handgun was
recovering yesterday as detectives
continued to gather evidence in the
case, the fifth shooting of an officer
in as many months, officials said.
Officer Brian Moore, 25, under-
went surgery after being rushed in
a patrol car Saturday to a Queens
hospital after he and his partner
pulled up in an unmarked police car
to a man who was adjusting his
waistband suspiciously, said police
Commissioner William Bratton. The
officers exchanged words with the
man before he turned suddenly and
fired at least twice, striking Moore,
Bratton said. His partner, Officer
Erik Jansen, 30, radioed for help.
"They did not have an opportunity
to get out and return fire," the com-
missioner said at a Saturday night
press conference at a Queens hospital
with Mayor Bill de Blasio and other
Police flooded the area following
the shooting---police helicopters flew
overhead, officers searched house-
by-house and some could be seen
walking on roofs. About 90 minutes
later, police arrested Demetrius
Blackwell, 35, near the crime scene
in a house on the block where he
lives, officials said.
No weapon was found and Black-
well had not been charged up to yes-
terday. After the shooting, witnesses
described Blackwell to responding
officers and pointed them in the
direction he ran, Bratton said. De
Blasio said the shooting was a painful
reminder of the risks officers take
"Our hearts are with his family,
his loved ones," the mayor said.
"Our hearts are with his extended
family, the men and women of the
NYPD." Moore, who comes from a
family of police officers, has been
on the job since July 2010.
The shooting instantly evoked fears
of the December slayings of two uni-
formed officers as they sat in their
patrol cars in Brooklyn by a man who
posted online that he was seeking
retribution against officers for the
death of Eric Garner in an apparent
chokehold by police.
The shootings of Officers Wenjian
Liu and Rafael Ramos strained an
already tense relationship between
city police unions and de Blasio.
Patrolmen's Benevolent Associa-
tion president Patrick Lynch turned
his back on the mayor at a hospital
the day of the killings and said de
Blasio had "blood on his hands."
But on Saturday night, Lynch was
among the officials who attended
the press conference and could be
seen shaking the mayor's hand and
speaking briefly with him afterward.
Bratton said Blackwell has a crim-
inal record that includes a weapons
possession charge, but the suspect
made no such anti-police postings
and was being pursued by the anti-
crime officers because of his behav-
Neighbours near the scene of the
shooting were surprised by the vio-
lence and described the residential
area with many two- and three-fam-
ily homes as quiet and safe.
"You walk down the street, no
trouble. his is not a neighbourhood
where you're just going to hear
shots," said Sandreaus Adam, 52.
Suspect pulls gun during routine stop
NY cop shot
PARIS---France s defence minister
wants any soldiers involved in
alleged sexual abuse of boys in
Central African Republic to come
forward to limit the damage to the
military s image.
Jean-Yves Le Drian, in an inter-
view with the Journal du Dimanche
newspaper yesterday, described his
"disgust" at reading a report last
year detailing the accusations.
Residents of a camp for displaced
people have told the Associated
Press that French soldiers, tasked
with protecting civilians in the for-
mer colony amid sectarian violence,
had sexually abused boys as young
The allegations became public
last week and French authorities
Suggesting some alleged perpe-
trators still haven't been identified,
Le Drian urged anyone involved to
immediately come clean and
"denounce" the actions, which he
said "betray comrades, France's
image and the military's mission."
Minister wants soldiers accused
of sex abuse to come forward
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