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Ansa Motors has a vacancy for a Senior Technician -- Level III for one of its
premium brands. This is a challenging and rewarding position for the right
The Senior Technician -- Level III will have sound practical experience in
diagnostics, inspection, maintenance and repairs of premium automotive
brands. The Senior Technician is expected to assist the Service Manager /
Master Technician in training and coaching junior technicians. The ideal can-
didate will be able to work independently and provide excellent customer
• Level 3 Diagnostic Technician Certification for a premium
• A minimum of 3 years as a Senior Technician for a premium
• Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
• Ability to train and coach Junior Technicians
• Sound knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite applications
If you are confident that you meet the foregoing qualifications and wish to be
considered for this opportunity, please submit your CV and covering letter to:
The Human Resource Manager, Automotive
Applicants are also requested to submit a copy of application with resume to:
The Chief Manpower Officer, Ministry of Labour and Small Enterprise
Development, 50-54 Duke Street, POS
Property owners in violation of pub-
lic health regulations may soon have
to fork out additional dollars as the
Siparia Regional Corporation (SRC)
launches an all-out war against the
Aedes aegypti mosquito and the Zika
The corporation's chairman, Leo
Doodnath, announced nine strategic
plans on Thursday as he launched Mos-
quito Awareness Month at the Plaza
Siparia Conference Hall.
The initiative will see the corporation
utilising a Ministry of Local Government
grant of $500,000 to eradicate the Aedes
aegypti mosquito, which is responsible
for the spread of Zika.
Doodnath said the campaign was a
result of Health Minister Terrence Deyals-
ingh's declaration of Zika as a national
public health emergency.
On February 17, Deyalsingh revealed
T&T's first confirmed case of Zika.
That was followed by news that a 60-
year-old teacher and her son from the
Freeport area had both exhibited symp-
toms of the virus.
Declaring the Aedes aegypti mosquito
as public enemy no. 1, Doodnath put
residents on the alert that their homes
would soon be inspected to ensure there
were no breeding grounds for mosquitoes.
He said a list of unkempt premises,
derelict vehicles and dilapidated buildings
within the region has been compiled by
their public health department and legal
notices would be served on owners in
the coming days.
For the premises in which owners
could not be identified, he said a list of
addresses would be published in the daily
If owners fail to clean overgrown prop-
erties and remove rubbish which can
collect water, the corporation will seek
permission from the court to enter and
clean the premises at the owners'
He said the cleanup of unkempt prop-
erties will employ 30 workers for ten
days at a cost of $60,000
Another measure will be the cleanup
of beaches as Doodnath said beachgoers
tended to leave behind containers capable
of storing water.
This exercise will include the instal-
lation of 15 communal bins at a cost of
approximately $20,000 and the employ-
ment of 30 workers for 14 days at a cost
The corporation will also embark on
a drive to clean up the many illegal dump
sites in the region and in some cases,
barricade those areas.
During this time, constituents will
also be asked to gather their waste so
the SRC can collect and dispose of them.
He said community announcements
would be made to alert residents of col-
lection dates and times.
Drains, canals and other watercourses
will also be cleaned using 60 contracted
workers at a cost of $150,000.
Doodnath said he hoped the Ministry
of Works and Transport which is respon-
sible for rivers and major watercourses
would schedule its cleaning around the
In addition, four additional handheld
machines valued at $40,000 will be pur-
chased for the Ultra Low Volume spraying
While there will be an overall cleanup
of the region, he called on the Govern-
ment to reinstate litter wardens to help
keep towns clean.
goes after delinquent
Members of the Arima Boys' Government Folk Song Choir during their second place performance of Rice and Peas in Class JR-C8 Primary Folk Song Choir
during the 31st T&T Music Festival at Queen's Hall, St Ann's on Thursday. The choir tied with Sacred Heart Girls' RC School. PHOTO: ROBERTO CODALLO
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