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o Supervise production lines in accordance with operational policies and procedures,
including effective coordination of production startups, shutdowns, and changeovers.
o Responsible for attaining production targets, quality specifications and customer
o To develop and maintain strong production supervisory/management teams.
o Responsible for manpower allocation to ensure production efficiency.
o Monitor and assure that ISO quality management guidelines and procedures are adhered
to in the production processes.
o Assure safe work through application of the Company's safety regulations.
o Coordinates preventative maintenance programs with the Engineering Manager to ensure
optimum machine capacity.
o Liaises with other Heads of Departments from production planning to product despatch to
ensure that customer requirements are consistently met
o Actively participates in the Company's recruitment, appraisal, and training programs.
o Participates in grievance and disciplinary enquiries and investigations.
o Extensive knowledge of manufacturing processes, procedures, and machinery.
o Knowledge of Industrial Relations Laws of Trinidad & Tobago
o Working knowledge of OSH Regulations
o Proven track record of efficient use of energy, production resources and manpower
o Advanced analytical, problem-solving and decision making skills.
o Highly computer literate.
o Excellent interpersonal skills and written communication skills.
o A Relevant BSc Degree and At least five (5) years previous working experience in a fast
paced manufacturing environment OR an equivalent combination of skills and 10 years
similar working experience.
This is a senior management position which requires the job incumbent to work on a 2 shift
system and occasional weekends. The shifts are 6:00 am to 2:00 pm and 2:00 pm to 10:00 pm.
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FACES OF T&T
On the eve of the 2015 general elec-
tion, champion cricketers from Dr
Roodal Moonilal s Southern Sports
Champion League are receiving hefty
cash prizes and a brand new car.
The prizes have evoked scorn from
Independent Liberal Party leader Jack
Warner who has accused Moonilal of
trying to sway voters. He questioned
the source of the funds being used to
fund cash prizes.
In an interview on Saturday, Warner
said if he had been giving hefty cash
prizes to cricketers, the Integrity Com-
mission would have investigated imme-
"These cash prizes and gifts, like
those are meant to sway voters. Why
couldn t they give these prizes in 2010,
2011 or 2012? Why now in 2015. In
2010, Moonilal could not even buy half
gift and $20,000 in cash to the winning
team. Where the money coming from?
A raffle? Which raffle? It is obscene,
vulgar. It means that people can be
bought and I do not believe that this
country will fall for that. That is some-
thing that should be investigated by
the IC," Warner said.
He said when the ILP got into office
it would review the role and functions
of the IC.
"We may have to replace it as an
institution because the IC has not
served the use for which it was intend-
ed. It has been used as a political
weapon by each government to attack
its opponents. That can t be right,"
All prizes above
Warner queries source of sport funding
President of the Southern Sports
Champion League, Krishna Bedassie
said the winning team received
$20,000 in cash at the finals on
Saturday night, while the second team
won $8,000. He said $100 was given to
every player who scored a six, or took a
wicket. He said the Man of the Match
won $2,000. Another final round of the
tournament will take place on May 30
at Guaracara Park where a Nissan Tiida
vehicle, donated by Namalco, will be
given to the player who earns the title
of Man of the Match.
WHAT ARE THE PRIZES?
In response, Moonilal said business
people from the Debe, Penal and
environs had sponsored the prizes. He
was speaking to reporters during a
match at Guaracara Park, Pointe-a-
Pierre, on Saturday night.
"Southern Sports is a very prominent
sporting organisation in Gandhi Village,
Debe. It existed for many years and this
year we partnered with them to sponsor
their Sunday league cricket," he said.
He said the Saturday night
tournament includes national and
international players. He also said the
cash prizes were on par with what was
given last year, although 2015 was the
first time that a car was given to the
Man of the Match.
"I am here to distribute the prizes and
meet the players. Cricket is an important
game in our community. It brings
community together and we are proud
to be part of it," Moonilal said.
Asked whether public funds were
being used, Moonilal said, "Not at all. We
had support of the business community,
in particular Namalco, TN Ramnath and
Sons, Horizons and several other
businesses. It is not public funding. It is
all privately sponsored by business
people. It is very good that business
people could plough back money into the
sport and youth development
Melanie Brutus, left, Michelley Lewis, Precyous Garcia, Whitney Moore and Mandisa Smith, during
the casting call for The Face of T&T 2015, The Model Edition, at the Hyatt Regency, Port-of-Spain,
on Sunday. PHOTO: CLYDE LEWIS
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