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Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Saturday, May 9, 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: email@example.com
1st Floor Queen's Park Oval P.O.S.
Reservations: 628-0667 or 622- 6730
SUNDAY 10TH MAY, 2015
• CHEF LOU's CALLALOO
SPINACH & TOMATO WITH CRUMBLED FETA CHEESE TOSSED IN
NEW ZEALAND MUSSELS IN WHITE WINE
FRESH GARDEN SALAD WITH ASSORTED DRESSING
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ORANGE GLAZED PLANTAINS
CHICKEN ALL OUT STUFFED WITH SPINACH, CREAM CHEESE &
PEPPERCORN CRUSTED ROAST BEEF WITH RED WINE & MUSHROOM
GRILLED MAHI MAHI IN A TROPICAL COCONUT SAUCE
FRESH FRUIT SALAD
DOUBLE CHOCOLATE CAKE
A La Carte Menu also available
MOTHER'S DAY BUFFET
The memory of the senior homicide
detective who led the investigation
into the kidnapping and murder of
businesswoman Vindra Naipaul-Cool-
man appeared to be hazy as he took
the witness stand in the Port-of-Spain
High Court yesterday---almost eight
years after his last involvement in the
Retired assistant commissioner of
police (ACP) Nadhir Khan asked to
refresh his memory by reviewing his
witness statement and notes several
times as he began to give an overview
of the investigation, at the trial of the
12 men accused of murdering the for-
mer Xtra Foods chief executive yester-
The effect of the lengthy period
between the end of the investigation
in 2007 and the trial, which began last
year, became even more apparent as
Khan was asked to identify the accused
men who were seated in the prisoner
"Because of the passage of time and
the change in appearance, I may not
be able to identify them," Khan said.
Khan also had difficulty in telling
the court the number of police officers
who were involved in an exercise in
January 2007 in which some of the
accused men were initially arrested at
their homes in Upper La Puerta, Diego
"I can t say, but there were a quite
a number involved, about 25," Khan
said, although other officers involved
in the raid had claimed the number
was four times that amount in their
evidence in the case.
While Khan s recollection of the
details of the case appeared to be a
hindrance at first, once he was given
an opportunity to review his notes his
testimony began to flow freely.
In his testimony, Khan said after the
initial raid the accused men were inter-
viewed and then released from police
The raid took place weeks after
Naipaul-Coolman was abducted from
her home at Radix Road, Lange Park,
Chaguanas, on December 19, 2006.
He explained that the accused men
were re-arrested several months later,
after the state s main witness in the
case Keon Gloster began co-operating
with investigators and implicated the
accused men in a series of sworn state-
ments. He also admitted that before
then he and other senior police
officers were convinced that
Naipaul-Coolman might still be
alive and were therefore investi-
gating her kidnapping and not her
Gloster, who completed his tes-
timony this week, has claimed that
he was coerced into signing the
statements and he has been
deemed a hostile witness.
While Khan could not speak
about Gloster s statements as he
was not involved in the taking of
them, he was able to say that prop-
er police procedure was adhered
to in the interviews he did with
the accused men before and after
Gloster s co-operation.
"No promises or inducements
were given. There was no coercion
or threats of violence made," Khan
When asked how many persons
were initially charged with the
crime, Khan said there were three
others but that the Director of
Public Prosecutions (DPP) decided
to discontinue the case against two
of them. The other, Raphael
Williams, died in prison while
"I am aware that the DPP has
the prerogative to do so without
giving a reason," Khan said.
Khan s testimony was cut short
as the hearings of the case end
around midday on Friday.
Khan will continue when the
trial resumes on Monday morning.
Lead detective struggles to recall details
The 12 men before the jury and Justice Malcolm Holdip are Allan
"Scanny" Martin, twin brothers Shervon and Devon Peters and
their older brother Anthony Dwayne Gloster, siblings Keida and
Jamille Garcia, brothers Marlon and Earl Trimmingham, Ronald
Armstrong, Antonio Charles, Joel Fraser and Lyndon James. A 13th
man, Raphael Williams, was charged with the crime but died in
prison in 2011 of complications arising from sickle cell anaemia.
WHO'S IN COURT
Their legal team includes
Ulric Skerritt, Joseph Pantor,
Selwyn Mohammed, Lennox
Sankersingh, Ian Brooks,
Wayne Sturge, Mario Merritt,
Richard Valere, Kwesi Bekoe,
Colin Selvon, Vince Charles,
Christian Chandler, Delicia
Helwig and Alexia Romero.
The prosecution team
includes Senior Counsel Israel
Khan and Gilbert Peterson
who are being assisted by
senior state prosecutors Joy
Balkaran and Kelly Thompson.
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