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EXPORT CENTRES COMPANY LIMITED
Suitably qualified persons are encouraged to apply for the following position:
The position requires the individual to be a team player with good planning skills and the ability to
schedule operations in an effective and efficient manner. He/she must be able to work with
minimum supervision and handle confidential information. The incumbent must possess excellent
communication skills, both written and oral. He/she must also demonstrate a willingness and
ability to work extra hours and on weekends and public holidays, if necessary.
General Duties & Responsibilities:
The Incumbent will be required to:
Make pick up's and delivery of company's documents, including payroll, correspondence for
directors, Ministries, Training Centres and other agencies.
Make pick up's and deliveries of warehouse materials and other goods.
Direct and supervise the loading and unloading of Company's vehicle.
Communicate with departments on schedules for the timely delivery of items.
Perform routine checks on company's vehicle e.g. water, fuel, oil, tire pressure etc.
Assists with loading and offloading of goods
Perform other related tasks and responsibilities
Pre-requisites for the Position
Required Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and Other Attributes:
Three 'O' levels inclusive of English Language and Mathematics
Valid driver's permit including Heavy "T'
Possession of a Defensive Driver's Certificate will be a definite asset.
Five years driving experience and sound knowledge of geographical locations throughout the
Must be able to communicate both written and verbal, in order to communicate with internal
staff and external clients.
Be a team player who can also work well independently.
Must have the ability to exercise initiative and sound judgement.
Ability to work extra hours if necessary
Sound knowledge of delivery routes and familiarity of roads and business related locations
Any equivalent combination of the above qualifications and experience
Applications should be addressed to:
The Human Resource Manager
Export Centres Company Limited
72-73 Eastern Main Road, Mt Hope
Contact Number: 674-0476
The Company expresses its appreciation to all Applicants who have shown an interest, but
advises that only those deemed suitable will be shortlisted.
Closing date for the receipt of all applications should be no later than May 29th, 2015 0512024
LONDON---Bafetimbi Gomis gave Swansea an
unexpected 1-0 victory over Arsenal yesterday
when goal-line technology showed his late head-
er had crossed the line to the surprise of both
It seemed that Arsenal goalkeeper David Ospina
had prevented the ball from going into the net
in the 85th minute but then referee Kevin Friend
looked at his watch and correctly awarded the
goal. Arsenal missed a chance to strengthen its
hold on an automatic passage into the Champions
League rather than via a playoff.
Arsenal remains in third place with three games
remaining and Manchester United is only two
points behind ahead of their meeting on Sunday.
United has played a game more than Arsenal.
But Swansea boosted its chances of qualifying
for the Europa League by completing the double
over Arsenal this season and going a point behind
Seventh place would secure a route into the
competition if Arsenal beats Aston Villa in the
FA Cup final, although
manager Garry Monck
does not seem enthu-
siastic about the
prospect of qualifying
for the competition.
"What will be, will
be and we ll just keep
pushing," Monck said.
that Swansea came to
the Emirates and "just
Former Arsenal goal-
keeper Lukasz Fabianski
was in fine form on his
return to his former
home as he made some
excellent saves to keep
out late chances from
Santi Cazorla, Alexis
Sanchez and Theo Wal-
"I was a little bit
emotional before the
game, but then when
you step onto the pitch
you just focus on the
game," Fabianski said.
"(I m) just happy with
the result. I think the
whole team put on a
massive effort to get a
result and you could see
(Arsenal) were more on
the ball but we always
looked very dangerous
on the break and we re
happy enough we man-
aged to get one." (AP)
Swansea upsets Arsenal 1-0
...thanks to goal-line tech
MADRID---Rayo Vallecano beat Getafe 2-0 in
the Spanish league yesterday, dealing its
crosstown rival a fifth consecutive loss.
Manucho tapped in Emiliano Insua s cross to
open the scoring at Rayo s Vallecas Stadium in
the eight minute. Nicolas "Miku" Ladislao
replaced Manucho up front in the 61st, and 12
minutes later capped a flowing buildup by scor-
ing against his former club. Getafe s Roberto
Lago and Rayo s Javier Aquino both earned
straight red cards for a scuffle with three minutes
With only one loss in its last five games, the
modest Rayo side strengthened its hold on 11th
place in the 20-team league.
Getafe was left in 15th place. At five points
above the drop zone, it has yet to secure its
place in the topflight next season with two
rounds to go.
The final two rounds, however, are in doubt
after the Spanish federation announced it was
suspending all matches from Saturday in protest
at a proposed law regulating the sale of broad-
casting rights. A Spanish court said it will rule
on the strike on Wednesday.
Barcelona can clinch the league title with one
win in its last two games. (AP)
Getafe goes down
2-0 in Madrid derby
GENOA---Genoa moved within striking distance
of a Europa League spot with a 5-1 win over vis-
iting Torino in Serie A yesterday.
Spanish winger Iago Falque put Genoa ahead
in the 18th with his fifth goal in his last seven
After Morocco international Omar El Kaddouri
equalised in the 61st, Argentine midfielder Tino
Costa scored the winner in the 69th with a free
kick that was deflected in by El Kaddouri.
Andrea Bertolacci then sealed it for Genoa with
a goal in the 87th, and Leonardo Pavoletti and
Costa added two more scores in injury time.
Genoa moved into seventh place, one point
The sixth-place finisher qualifies for the third
round of Europa League playoffs July 30 and Aug
6. Torino is ninth.
Genoa pounds Torino 5-1
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