Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : November 7th 2015 Contents A10
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Due to continued growth and expansion, the ANSA McAL Group offers
a challenging and rewarding opportunity at its Automotive Sector.
• To develop and manage the operations of the Service and Technical
Departments by designing and implementing processes geared towards
increasing customer satisfaction, business growth and profitability.
• To manage the service transaction process and oversee all technical
personnel to ensure diagnostics, service and repair of all vehicles for the
division are done to the highest standard.
• Undergraduate qualification in Engineering
• Postgraduate qualification in Mechanical Engineering will be an asset
• Master Technician Certification which involves the completion of 5
levels of BMW Technical Training. This includes:
- Programming and Encoding
- Tyres and Suspension
- Workshop Management: How to calculate productivity and efficiency
• Minimum of 5 years experience in a senior technical position in
a premium brand
• Senior training and qualifications in Automotive Engineering
• Certified technical trainer with demonstrated ability to train, lead
and motivate a team
• Sound knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite applications
This Senior Management position offers immediate opportunities for
growth. A very attractive compensation package inclusive of Incentives
and Group benefits is being offered to the successful candidate.
Lotto mania has not hit all of
T&T as yet, even though the
National Lotteries Control Board
(NLCB) has set the jackpot at
$30 million, the largest in the
country s history.
In San Fernando, Debe and Ste
Madeleine yesterday, several Lotto
vendors recorded a poor turnout
Kamla Pope, the vendor who
sold T&T s largest, winning, $20
million Lotto ticket two years ago,
said people were losing interest
in Lotto because they suspected
it was rigged.
"I have my usual customers
but they complain all the time
that Lotto is rigged. I tell them
if they want to play it is their
choice but people don t bet like
they used to," Pope said. She said,
"They are losing faith in the
NLCB and this is not good for
At King s Wharf, San Fernan-
do, only a few people were seen
outside Khan s Lotto booth.
Vendor Kizzy Williams said,
"Things slow right now but we
expect it to pick up tomorrow,"
before the winning numbers are
drawn at 8.30 pm.
"Many people are sceptical
about the Lotto. They saying that
only one person will win this
Kevin Nuckchaddy who went
to purchase a ticket also con-
tended that the draw was not
"There was a time when people
used to run down bets but in the
last few months nobody winning
because they want it to be a big
jackpot so everybody will play
and they will create a hype. Last
week the Lotto was $25 million
and people who got five numbers
without the powerball only got
Despite the scepticism, players
promised to help the poor if they
won. Moses Beckles, of Rio Claro,
said, "If I win I will build proper
houses for poor people, starting
in my own community. I will go
around the country and look for
the poor and build houses for
"I will also travel a little, tour
the world starting with the
Caribbean first," Beckles said.
Champa Sookoo, of Princes
$30m jackpot up for grabs
but punters remain sceptical
Town, said she planned to build
homes and buy properties for her
children before offering financial aid
to T&T s children s homes.
Lisa Deo also promised to help poor
children while Kelvin Teeluckdharry
said he could not even begin to think
how he would spend $30 million.
An NLCB official, who spoke on
condition of anonymity because he
was not authorised to make public
statements, yesterday denied claims
that the entire operation was a
"We are existing as a legitimate
entity and it is not a scam. This is a
very legitimate operation and after
all of these years in the business,
this question should not still arise,"
he said. He said that sceptical
customers were free to visit to
witness the NLCB's live draws if
they were suspicious.
"We have always advertised that
the public is free to visit our draws
when it is being conducted. We have
published the winning ticket with
the numbers and identified the
agent who sold the ticket. What
more can we do?" he asked.
He also noted that the NLCB could
not disclose the identity of actual
winners because of the crime
climate in the country but noted
that the NLCB remained open to
suggestions from the public.
What would you do
if you won the $30m
will buy a new car
and I will fix up all
If I win that jackpot
the first thing I will
do is give charity to
the temple and
church. I will give my
family some money
and then go on a nice
holiday and bling all
about the place.
I will share it with my
family. I will give back
$1 million to charity
but I don't know
which charity as yet.
I will help my child
and I will open a
hotel and a bar.
If I win, I will give thanks
to the Lord. Then I will
give to the needy and I
will help my family. I will
also put aside some
money for the rainy day.
I will give back to God by
giving to my church.
They trying to build a hall
right now so if I win, I will
help them build the hall
anonymously. Then after
that I will enjoy my life.
My children will have to
learn the proper values
so I won't be giving them
everything too easy.
If I win, I will help out
the unfortunate by
carrying groceries to all
the poor people. I will
supply work to the poor
people and I will open a
trade school so that
youths could learn
welding, mechanic and
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