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A leading company in the energy sector is seeking to
fill the following position.
Tertiary qualifications in a relevant discipline or equivalent industry
Minimum of 10 years' relevant experience as a Manager in the
oil and gas industry
Previous experience and knowledge in Deep-water tubular
running services with International Oil Companies
Previous experience with Franks International Complex
Previous experience with Franks International Landing String
Previous Experience with Frank's International Conductor
Previous Experience in Financial Planning, Budgeting and P&L
Management including USGAAP and SOX requirements
Previous International Experience in Sales and Business
Development with major International Oil Companies
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Chief Manpower Officer
Ministry of Labour & Small and Micro Enterprise
50~54 Duke Street
Human Resource Manager
Frank's Int'l T'dad Unlimited
6A Edoo Drive Edoo's Industrial Estate
South Trunk Road La Romaine
Closing Date: July 15 2015
Chief Nursing Officer/National Nursing Adviser
(Range 64) Ministry of Health
APPLICATIONS ARE INVITED FROM SUITABLY QUALIFIED PERSONS FOR APPOINTMENT TO THE ABOVE
Extensive (over 8 years) experience in nursing administration and training as evidenced by
possession of a Certificate in Nursing, supplemented by a recognised Degree in Nursing or
Health Administration; or any equivalent combination of experience and training.
Registration with the Nursing Council of Trinidad and Tobago.
Range 64: $16,034 per month (2013).
For further details persons wishing to apply can access the Advertisement, the Application
Form and the Job Specification at the Service Commissions Department and on the website at
Interested persons must submit their application no later than
Persons who have applied previously and who still wish to be considered for appointment to
the office are advised to re-apply in response to this Advertisement.
INCOMPLETE AND UNSUITABLE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACKNOWLEDGED.
Please see the website for details on:
a) Information/documents to be submitted; and
b) Applications which are deemed incomplete and unsuitable.
Soon after the US Supreme
Court announced its decision to
allow same-sex marriage, couples
across the United States lined up
to say their vows.
They say love comes to those
who wait, but for octogenarian
couple George Harris and Jack
Evans, it s taken decades to make
The pair who ve been together
for 55 years, were the first to
exchange vows at the Dallas Coun-
ty court after the Supreme Court
handed down its decision.
Television crews and onlookers
holding mobile phones, crammed
into the courthouse to capture the
"I do" moment. Harris, 82, wore
a dark pin-striped suit, while his
new husband plumped for navy
They were introduced in late
1960 through a mutual friend.
"George and I met at a party
and we were the last ones to leave
together. We haven t slept apart
since," Jack Evans told the BBC.
This was the couple s second
wedding ceremony. In 2014 they
were married at the Midway Hills
Christian Church in northwest
Dallas, by a sympathetic Methodist
priest who called for the church
to become fully inclusive.
Other couples in the Lone Star
State are also celebrating the deci-
sion. Yasmin Menchaca and
Catherine Andrews in San Antonio
are planning to get married as soon
as they get their families togeth-
er.They ve been together six years
and had been trying to arrange a
wedding in Washington state,
which already allowed same-sex
Gay marriage: Chance to finally say 'I do'
Laurin Locke and Tiffany Brosh hope to make it legal soon. The
attorney general for Mississippi, Jim Hood, put a stay on issuing
licences. Hood is waiting for a federal appeals court in New Orleans to
lift a ban on a gay marriage case from Mississippi. BBC PHOTO
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