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A Company operating in East Trinidad is currently recruiting for the following positions for
STRICTLY PART-TIME WORK:
CUSTOMER SERVICE AGENTS -- Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
• Close interaction with foreign visitors and citizens who are departing and arriving on flights.
• Screening of Passenger travel documents to determine validity for domestic and
• Processing of incoming and outgoing of flights with the Governmental Authorities in
accordance with Laws, procedures and regulations and the fostering of an excellent and pleasant
working relationship with All State Authorities, Customers, the General Public and coworkers
• Flight Bookings and Ticketing
• Technical Duties relating to flight operations
• Bi-lingual capabilities would be an asset
AVIATION SECURITY AGENTS -- Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
• Close interaction with foreign visitors and fellow citizens who are departing and arriving on flights.
• Physical and Electronic Screening of passengers, travel documents, their luggage and cargo.
• Controlling and monitoring access to restricted areas including Aircrafts.
• Interception of prohibited items and substances and invalid travel documents.
• Report writing and investigations.
AIRPORT BAGGAGE HANDLERS -- Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
• Handling of passengers' baggage both in outdoor and indoor conditions.
• The physical ability to lift packages and baggage by hand up to 70 pounds (proper
technique training shall be provided)
• The physical ability to work in confined and movement restricted spaces requiring bending,
crouching and kneeling and pulling and pushing of packages of varying weight and dimensions.
• A valid driver's permit will be an asset.
The following is applicable to all of the above positions:
• he above positions are strictly for persons who wish or require to work NIGHTS ONLY,
WEEKENDS ONLY, PUBLIC HOLIDAYS ONLY or a combination of all of the above.
• Minimum of two days off per week
• Monthly Attendance Incentives
All interested applicants are required to submit their application to:
The Human Resource Department
P.O. Box 558, Wrightson Road, Port of Spain
E-mail to email@example.com
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BARCELONA---After a quiet summer
for the Spanish league marked by
famous farewells instead of lavish out-
lays, two coaches could take centre
stage as Barcelona opens its title
defense this weekend with Real Madrid
again the main challenger.
Luis Enrique led Barcelona to a rare
sweep of the league, Champions League
and Copa del Rey titles last season in
his first season in charge, but his ability
to motivate the team is now being ques-
tioned after Athletic Bilbao dealt the
team a 5-1 aggregate loss in the Spanish
Barcelona will get a chance to avenge
that humbling result come Sunday when
it starts the Spanish league season at
San Mames Stadium.
Moments after the match at San
Mames finishes, Rafa Benitez will make
his competitive debut as Madrid's new
manager at promoted club Sporting
Gijon. Benitez inherits a star-studded
squad led by Cristiano Ronaldo, but the
team displayed a bewildering inability
to win big matches as it faltered across
all competitions last season.
Madrid club president Florentino
Perez is yet to make a big splash in the
transfer market, instead limiting himself
to buying players like Mateo Kovacic
and Kiko Casilla to help, not transform,
But even if Madrid manages to pry
goalkeeper David de Gea away from
Manchester United before the end of
August, this summer will be remem-
bered for the departures of Barcelona's
Xavi Hernandez and Madrid's Iker Casil-
las, who combined for seven Champions
League titles and 13 league crowns in
addition to leading Spain in its 2010
World Cup victory.
The exit of the aging pair of friends
marks the end of an era and has left
voids at the fierce rivals.
With Lionel Messi providing the goals,
Andres Iniesta will have to fill Xavi's
more vocal leadership role. Madrid, how-
ever, is entering the season with ques-
tions regarding leadership and whether
feeding Ronaldo's insatiable appetite for
scoring is the way to topple Barcelona.
Atletico Madrid, the surprise 2014
champion, has been the biggest mover
in the summer market. Coach Diego
Simeone has a formidable attacking unit
after the club bought Colombia striker
Jackson Martinez from FC Porto and
Luciano Vietto from Villarreal to go with
Antoine Griezmann and Fernando Tor-
res. Midfielder Oliver Torres returns
from his one-year loan to Porto to hope-
fully make up for Arda Turan's exit to
Valencia and Sevilla are again set to
fight for a top-four finish, with both
also rounding out Spain's five-team con-
tingent in the Champions League. Nuno
Santo Espirito is back for a second season
in charge of Valencia, which has rein-
forced its squad with young striker Santi
Celta and Malaga sold their best play-
ers, while indebted clubs such as Espany-
ol, Deportivo La Coruna, Getafe and
Rayo Vallecano have mostly patched
together squads through loan deals and
Along with Sporting, Las Palmas of
the Canary Islands and Real Betis are
the newcomers to the top flight.
The season kicks off today when
Malaga hosts Sevilla, and will end on
LONDON---Manchester United has
only played three games this season
and Wayne Rooney s inability to score
is already under scrutiny.
That's three games without even a
shot on target for the striker.
"I've experienced this before and the
goals will come, I know that," Rooney
said. "I've had one bad game this season
and everyone's all over it. I know I've
had that throughout my career but
hopefully at the weekend I can get off
When United hosts Newcastle on
Saturday, Rooney will be searching for
his first competitive goal for United
since April 4, making it a nine-game
drought going back into last season.
"I understand I have to be the one
who's going to lead that line for us and
try and the goals for us," the centre
forward said. "My mind's clear. I know
how to play the role. It's just a case of
getting the chances and taking them."
Rooney is only 19 goals from match-
ing Bobby Charlton's club scoring record
"I know when I don't play well and
against Aston Villa I was below my
standards," the 29-year-old United cap-
Chelsea signed forward Pedro
Rodriguez from Barcelona ahead of
Sunday's trip to West Bromwich, pro-
viding a boost following a chaotic start
to the season defined by setbacks on
the field and the team doctor being
Chelsea has opened its title defense
by collecting one point from two games,
including a loss at Manchester City,
and was beaten in the Community
Shield by Arsenal.
West Brom has similarly only col-
lected a point and lost 3-0 to Man City.
Ominously for Mourinho, two of the
previous three Chelsea managers have
lost their jobs within days of a loss at
West Brom: Andre Villas-Boas in March
2012 and Roberto Di Matteo eight
Four teams have won two out of two:
Manchester rivals City and United, Liv-
erpool---and Leicester. The same Leices-
ter which required a late surge to avoid
relegation in May.
There's a long way to go but new
manager Claudio Ranieri is defying
gloomy forecasts about his capabilities
more than a decade after his last job
in England at Chelsea.
Ahead of Saturday's match against
Tottenham, Leicester signed Switzerland
midfielder Gokhan Inler from Napoli.
Will Real, Barcelona step up?
Barcelona's Lionel Messi, centre, challenges the Athletic Bilbao defense during a second leg Spanish Super
Cup soccer match between FC Barcelona and Athletic Bilbao at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona, Spain,
Monday. AP PHOTO
Rooney frustrated by critics
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