Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : May 15th 2015 Contents A60
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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
LIVERPOOL---Ask Liverpool fans
what they ll miss most about Steven
Gerrard when he leaves for the United
States and they ll reel off a list of qual-
ities that made their long-time cap-
tain one of the most revered players
in English soccer.
The spectacular goals. Those surging
runs into the box. His indomitable
spirit. His devotion to the club.
Gerrard is regarded as a humble
hometown icon in these parts, and that
will ensure there will be an outpouring
of emotion on Saturday when he plays
at Anfield for the final time in a Liv-
erpool shirt. Such is the demand for
tickets for Gerrard s home farewell that
some are being sold for more than
2,500 pounds ($3,950) on the inter-
"I ve been dreading this moment,"
Gerrard said yesterday, looking ahead
to the game against Crystal Palace.
"I m going to miss it so much. The
aim is to stay strong and avoid a few
Since making his debut in 1998 as
a fresh-faced 18-year-old midfielder
wearing a jersey far too big for him,
Gerrard has played 708 games for Liv-
erpool and scored 185 goals. He cap-
tained Liverpool to the Champions
League title in 2005 --- "the best night
of my life, the pinnacle professionally"
--- and was voted the club s best player
in a poll on its website in 2013.
Liverpool has been his life since he
was 8, when he used to take two buses
from his home to train at the club s
academy, and he ll move to the Los
Angeles Galaxy at the end of the season
with a heavy heart.
"I am not really one for attention,"
said Gerrard, one of Britain s most
well-known sportsmen. "I feel a bit
sorry for my teammates. I can only
apologize if it has all been about me
His final game will be against Stoke
on May 24.
Gerrard, who has been captain since
2003, leaves Liverpool after winning
the Champions League, UEFA Cup, two
FA Cups and three League Cups. He
never, though, managed to lead Liver-
pool to a first English league title since
1990 and it remains his biggest regret.
Last season, the Reds fell two points
short of Manchester City, with Gerrard s
now-famous slip against Chelsea con-
tributing to a 2-0 loss that ended up
costing Liverpool the title.
"I m really proud of what I have
achieved here, all the trophies I have
won," Gerrard said, "but certainly not
winning the Premier League is a dent
in that. There is nothing I can do about
"I ve had some cruel lows and incredible highs,
but the support has never changed, at Anfield and
around the world."
Gerrard said his Anfield highlight was the hat trick
he scored against Everton in 2012.
"After all the stick, I have had from the Bluenoses,
that was nice," Gerrard said.
But the goal that he thinks will define him is the
late strike against Olympiakos that helped Liverpool
seal a 3-1 win to qualify from the group stage in
2004. The team went on that season to win its fifth
European Cup. Gerrard believes it s too early to say
whether he will one day become Liverpool manager.
He is currently taking his UEFA coaching badges.
"To take a role at this club, you have to be good
enough," Gerrard said. "You can t take one on ambi-
tion or name. You would be naive to take one just
because you are Steven Gerrard.
"If in a couple of years time there is a role on
offer where I think I can contribute and good enough,
I will certainly consider it."
Liverpool bids farewell
to humble icon
Liverpool's Steven Gerrard shouts during the English
Premier League match against Chelsea at Stamford
Bridge, London, Sunday. AP PHOTO
strike in Spain
MADRID---A Spanish court
yesterday suspended a strike called
by the players' union, allowing the
final two rounds of the season to be
The National Court announced its
decision in a statement, ruling in
favour of the Spanish league's
request to temporarily suspend the
Judges Ricardo Bodas Matin,
Emilia Ruiz-Jarabo and Ramon
Gallos, who had examined the case,
said holding the strike would prevent
the conclusion of first and second
division championships on their
They ruled this would "cause
serious organisational disorder," that
would be difficult to resolve given
the complexity of Spain's
international sporting commitments
as well as club and players' holidays.
Dnipro into Europa
Dnipropetrovsk reached its first
Europa League final beating Napoli 1-
0 in Kiev to knock out the Italian
favorite 2-1 on aggregate yesterday.
Dnipro will face defending
champion Sevilla in the Polish capital
Warsaw on May 27, after the
Spanish club won 2-0 in the second
leg to beat Fiorentina 5-0 on
Yevhen Seleznyov scored Dnipro's
late equaliser in the first leg in Italy,
and was the star again, heading in a
floated left-wing cross from Yevhen
Konoplyanka in the 58th minute.
Napoli pushed forward, seeking to
take the game to extra time, but
Dnipro held firm for the win,
prompting wild celebrations.
Suarez picks up
MADRID---Barcelona says forward
Luis Suarez has strained his left
hamstring and will undergo
The club does not specify in its
statement on Thursday how long
Suarez might be sidelined, saying the
"evolution of his treatment" will
determine when he returns to
Suarez forms part of Barcelona's
attacking trio that includes Neymar
on the left flank and Lionel Messi on
Barcelona is going for a treble in
the next three weeks. There's the
Champions League final against
Juventus next month, two rounds
left in the Spanish league it leads by
four points, and the Copa del Rey
final against Athletic Bilbao on May
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