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The Senior Field Service Engineer is responsible for the installation,
maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair of highly complex medical
equipment sold by Medical Marketing Company Limited (MMCL); plan-
ning, and coordinating the work of service department; and the supervi-
sion of junior field service personnel. Applicant must be apt in organiza-
tional and interpersonal skills. This position will require international trav-
el to facilitate trainings and business meetings.
o Degree in Electrical Engineering will be an asset. A degree in Bio-
Medical Engineering or an Associate Degree in an Electrical Field
orTechnical Diploma will be considered.
o Extensive knowledge and training in troubleshooting and repairing
complex medical equipment. Advanced maintenance training on
automated mid and high throughput coagulation instruments is
o Candidates with supervisory experience and multi-lingual skills will be
o Minimum six (6) years of experience in the maintenance of biomedical
equipment or in a related technical field
o Knowledge of anatomy, chemistry and physiology as it pertains to the
o Knowledge of computer hardware, software and programming skills
used in the field
PLEASE EMAIL APPLICATIONS ALONG WITH ALL RELEVANT
22 Queen's Park West Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago
Phone 868-622-0614 • www.medmarkett.com
in the traditional sense. We tell life les-
sons though mas. We attempt to inspire
K2K offers an intimate experience and
thus we attract individuals that are look-
ing for a family environment, with atten-
tion to finer detailing.
How did you meet Amsale Aberra?
Why did you want her to be your
We met with one of our mentors in
NY and were discussing the K2K plat-
form and the direction of the brand.
Our mentor introduced us to Amsale.
After meeting her and learning about
her journey---her trials and tribulations---
we thought that professionals in T&T
should have the opportunity to meet
her. She is so humble and so beautiful
(inside and out).
One would never think that she is the
owner of a multi-million-dollar com-
pany. After we spoke to her, she com-
mented, "Girls, the only thing I can be
To be honest, as we look at our brand,
as we look at who we are today, the
reality is that we cannot change who
we are---K2K is multifaceted, K2K is not
everything to everyone, K2K is unique,
and we would like to think this is just
who we are. Courage is not always
demonstrated in the most outrageous
wrapping. Courage sometimes is dis-
played in the humblest packages. And,
honestly, that is Amsale.
What other projects do you have
in the works? When is the next CoC
event and who do you have lined up
The Colour of Courage is meant to
be an annual event, so the next one will
be next year. Look out, as it is an exciting,
Tell me about the book club and
As we look to export Trinidad culture
and drive innovation at K2K, the audible
experience and book club is just that.
We are the first Carnival band and only
Carnival band to date that has such an
extended platform. Each year we plan
to release a novella (short story) that
speaks to the theme of our Carnival
portrayal. The first audible pilot was
launched last year. This year we mean
to bring that audible experience full cycle
through a comprehensive novella.
What fashion projects have you
worked on outside of Carnival?
Our introduction to fashion was
through Queensway Ltd where we
designed kitchen textiles (15 to be exact)
for Anthony Rahael to be sold in the
T&T market. We have had the pleasure
of designing prints for Neal & Massy
Trinidad All Stars, dressing the Mari-
onettes Chorale, dressing and designing
garments for Rachel Price, and even
producing wedding dresses. Although
the brand is associated with Carnival,
the scope goes beyond that avenue.
...Colour of Courage
to be annual event
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