Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : May 7th 2015 Contents B12
Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Thursday, May 7, 2015
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
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But when Gordon Brown resigned
after losing the 2010 election, Ed sur-
prised many observers by challenging
David for the party leadership. Ed got
the backing of the unions, outmaneu-
vered his brother, and won the race
by the slimmest of margins.
Ed has been dogged by the David
question ever since. London Mayor
Boris Johnson, a senior Conservative,
last month called Miliband a "back-
stabber" and said he would "do more
damage to this country than he did
to his brother."
Miliband has shrugged and moved
"Whatever is chucked (at him) he ll
be downcast for a day and then he ll
come back again," said Bale. "He s got
enormous resources in that sense. He s
Miliband can be accused of lacking
definition---having failed to deliver
either big vision or attack-style oppo-
sition. That inability to rise above the
mushy middle can hurt, particularly
when the unexpected happens. During
one of the last showpiece events of
the campaign---a BBC Question Time
program---he was battered by hard-
hitting questions from an audience
selected to include supporters of all
three parties, as well as undecided
When asked if Labour had spent
too much money during their previous
tenure in office, Miliband said no. The
audience gasped and tittered. He tried
to explain that Labour built schools
and hospitals, but the national mood
of low trust in leadership was evident.
The irony is that group meetings
are just the sort of thing he normally
does well. Miliband has been having
a charmed moment lately, winning
praise for strong performances in a
series of pre-election debates.
"He s come on leaps and bounds in
terms of presentation in these final
weeks," said Mark Ferguson, editor of
LabourList, an independent political
"Ed s real strengths come across
when he speaks to 100 - 200 peo-
ple---town hall comments," Ferguson
said. "He engages with people. He
doesn t pretend to have all the answers.
He understands that over-promising
and under-delivering is a big problem.
Those strengths were on show dur-
ing an April 29 campaign event in
London. The audience of Labour sup-
porters wasn t likely to be hostile, and
Miliband schmoozed his way through
the crowd, working the room as if he
were at a cocktail party.
Pointing to one man who was wear-
ing the proper shade of Labour red,
he said "Good choice of tie!"
When Brenda Jules, who publishes
a business and lifestyle blog, men-
tioned that she had asked him a ques-
tion about the National Health Service
during a campaign stop earlier in the
year, he quipped, "Did I give a good
answer or not?"
Afterward she confessed Miliband
still hadn t answered her question
despite two attempts. But Jules, who
describes herself as 50 plus, remains
a devotee nonetheless.
"He s been underestimated," Jules
said. "David Cameron is a handsome
man. (Ed s) not the person you would
grab and say you want a date with,
but I m an older person and I can tell
you that you should never judge a
book by its cover."
Appearances do count, though,
when running for public office.
Miliband has been savaged for his
nasal twang, a goofy grin that draws
comparisons to Wallace of the Wallace
& Gromit animated series and for an
ungainly attempt to eat a bacon sand-
wich that was immortalised on the
Miliband says he doesn t read the
bad press and wants voters to focus
on substance, not style. He also may
be helped by the fact that Cameron,
for all his communications skills, has
found it hard to win over voters still
struggling in the wake of the 2008
"He s not (Bill) Clinton and he s not
Blair, but he s not a disaster," Bale said.
"It s not like he s facing an incredibly
popular, charismatic opponent." (AP)
of 'failing to deliver
"Miliband real strengths
come across when he
speaks to 100 - 200
comments. He engages
with people. He doesn't
pretend to have
all the answers. He
understands that over-
promising and under-
delivering is a big
editor of LabourList
Ed Miliband, the
leader of Britain's
takes a question
during an election
their theme of the
threat to family
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