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A Port of Spain based medical supplies and service company seeks suitably
qualified persons for the following:
The successful applicant will be required to direct and coordinate the operations of
the organization. The general manager is responsible for ensuring and improving
performance, productivity, efficiency and profitability through the provision of
effective methods and strategies.
Roles and responsibilities
• Improves processes and policies in support of organizational goals. Formulate
and implement organizational policies and procedures to maximize output.
Reviews financial statements and utilizes the data to improve profitability.
Prepares operational budgets and plans effective strategies for the financial
well being of the company.
Monitors logistics, ensuring optimization of inventory levels.
Plans and supports sales and marketing activities
Training as evidenced by possession of a recognized University Degree in
Project Management, Marketing or Business Administration, or a Post Graduate
Qualifications in a related field.
Minimum of five (5) years' experience in a related field with a minimum of
three (3) years' experience in a managerial/supervisory position.
Be proficient with Microsoft Office products. (Word and Excel)
Experience in the Health Sector would be an asset.
MEDICAL SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE
Roles and responsibilities
Provide support to medical personnel in the operating theatre
Participate in key logistic department activities
Five (5) O'level or equivalent passes including English and Mathematics
Must have a reliable working vehicle
Interested persons should submit their curriculum vitae, relevant documents and
certification together with two written references via email to: email@example.com
Applications will be treated in strict confidence.
UNSUITABLE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACKNOWLEDGED
Closing Date for applications: February 26th 2016
GENEVA---Gianni Infantino is having
the best week of any Fifa presidential
candidate for public pledges of support
to succeed Sepp Blatter, and got South
America on his side yesterday.
The 10-nation body known as CON-
MEBOL said in a statement that its
executive committee agreed to give the
UEFA general secretary unanimous sup-
port in the February 26 election.
On Monday, Infantino was backed
by the seven federations from Central
America, and Trinidad and Tobago also
endorsed him yesterday despite mis-
takenly referring in its video message
to "Giovanni" Infantino.
Infantino can count on a big majority
of the 53 members in Europe---already
giving him more than 70 of the 209
Fifa votes if public promises hold up
in the polling booths in Zurich.
A two-thirds majority of eligible vot-
ers is required to win in the first round,
and a simple majority will clinch the
presidency in subsequent rounds.
The strategy of Africa s 54 voting
federations should be clearer after the
Confederation of African Football has
an executive committee meeting on
February 5 in Rwanda.
CAF signed a working agreement
this month with the Asian Football
Confederation, whose president, Sheikh
Salman of Bahrain, appears to be the
other leading contender in the five-
candidate Fifa race.
The other candidates are former Fifa
vice president Prince Ali of Jordan, for-
mer Fifa official Jerome Champagne of
France, and South African businessman
CONMEBOL s endorsement came
two days after it elected a new pres-
ident, Alejandro Dominguez of
Dominguez succeeded another
Paraguayan, Juan Angel Napout, who
was arrested in Switzerland last month
and extradited to the United States to
face racketeering charges in the Fifa
Napout previously pledged CON-
MEBOL s support to UEFA President
Michel Platini before both were sus-
pended by Fifa.
Infantino has yet to be endorsed by
the English Football Association, though
is scheduled to meet media on Monday
at Wembley Stadium in London. (AP)
BERN---A whistleblower has
given potentially key evidence
to Swiss prosecutors in their
investigation of FIFA and sus-
pended president Sepp Blatter.
The spokesman for Switzer-
land s attorney general s office,
Andre Marty, revealed progress
in the case in an interview broad-
cast yesterday by German network
"A witness, a so-called whistle-
blower, gave us interesting infor-
mation relevant to the case, which
brought us markedly forward in
the criminal investigation," Marty
Swiss attorney general Michael
Lauber opened criminal proceed-
ings against Blatter four months
ago. The next day, Blatter was
quizzed at FIFA and his office was
raided immediately after chairing
an executive committee meeting.
Blatter is suspected of criminal
mismanagement and misappro-
priation of FIFA money linked to
a US$2 million payment to Michel
Platini and selling undervalued
World Cup TV rights for the
Caribbean to then-FIFA vice pres-
ident Jack Warner.
Blatter signed a contract in
2005 that gave Warner, a key
powerbroker in FIFA elections,
control of regional rights the 2010
and 2014 World Cups for a total
of US$600,000. Warner then
sub-licensed the rights to broad-
casters for sums reported to be
more than US$15 million.
Marty said formal charges could
be brought by the end of the year.
Blatter faces a jail sentence of
up to five years if convicted.
"I think that it will be clear by
the end of 2016 to the middle of
2017 whether there will be enough
evidence to bring about a pros-
ecution," Marty said.
The intervention by Swiss
authorities led the FIFA ethics
committee to provisionally sus-
pend Blatter and Platini in Octo-
ber, then ban both for eight years
last month. Both deny wrongdo-
ing and have appealed against
Blatter still hopes to host the
FIFA presidential election congress
on February 26 in Zurich, when
his replacement will be elected.
Whistleblower helps Swiss in Blatter case
UEFA General Secretary Gianni
Infantino. AP PHOTO
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