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Applications are invited from suitable candidates, for the following positions at a lead-
ing private healthcare institution in San Fernando:
• Must be holder of full registration and be in good standing with the Nursing Council of
Trinidad & Tobago.
• A minimum of three (3) years experience in acute medical and surgical conditions.
• Administrative, interpersonal and other skills will be invaluable.
• Experience in Critical Care Nursing will be an asset.
• Specialist Oncology Nurses with experience in administration of Chemotherapy.
• Experience in preparation of Chemotherapy will be an asset.
• Interpersonal and good communication skills; must be a team player.
OPERATING ROOM STAFF
• Trained Operating Theatre Nurse or Operating Theatre Technician.
• Such persons may have special interest in different Surgical Specialties.
CLINICAL ONCOLOGIST / RADIATION ONCOLOGIST
• The appropriate person should have a radiation therapist background,
relevant experience in Dosimetry.
• A minimum of three (3) years experience working as a Pharmacist in an
rapher or cross-sectional imaging.
CARDIAC TECHNICIANS AND TECHNOLOGISTS
three (3) years experience working in a cardiac Cath Lab or on a Coronary Care
CARDIAC NURSES AND CARDIAC CATH LAB NURSES
Quenca Street, San Fernando with detailed curriculum vitae and recommendations
UNSUITABLE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACKNOWLEDGED
Copies of applications must be sent to:
Ministry of Labour and Small Micro Enterprises Development
PORT OF SPAIN
Dance Like Dat!
Moreno, a DJ and songwriter,
started producing music in sec-
ondary school. He's made an EP
and a regular stream of singles
that he sells on iTunes and oth-
er streaming sites, played shows
at top venues, including Zen and
Euphoria Lounge and remixed a
song for Shurwayne Winchester.
Earlier this year, he met singer/
songwriter Jessie Mc Barrow, AKA
JWVE (pronounced J-Wave)---prob-
ably best known for the cover he did
of Dwayne Bravo's Champion with
violinist Inge Schlüer at a music
seminar. The two have collaborat-
ed on a new song, Dance Like Dat,
which blends JWVE's warm, clearly
Trinidadian vocals with dancehall
sounds and sharp electronic beats.
The song carries an uplifting mes-
sage, with lyrics like "Who can box
you in? Who can keep you stifling?
"There was magical experience on
the stage when he went up," Moreno
said of watching JWVE perform at
the event. "His vibration and his en-
ergy. I couldn't look away. A lot of
artists perform but they don't really
"I began to film a bit of him doing
what he was doing," Moreno said. "I
was analysing his movements and
analysing his demeanor on stage."
Moreno took JWVE's number and
followed up quickly, creating music
and sending it to him that weekend.
"I've gotten so used over the
years to people approaching me
with dreams," said JWVE. The two
men were interviewed together via
phone. "Everyone has this perspec-
tive that they have the best track and
they could do this and that, but when
you hear it you're like how do I shake
them off now, because they don't
really have it."
He continued: "When Joshua first
contacted me [I told myself] I'm not
going to get excited until I see the ev-
idence. When he sent it to me [and] I
listened to it, I was shocked, because
I felt the connection to the track.
"He told me he studied my per-
formance and then he tweaked the
track to suit me. Which was very
commendable," said JWVE. "There
aren't a lot of producers, especially
locally, that pay attention to the art-
ists. A lot of producers try to super-
impose what they do on the artist as
opposed to accommodate what the
artist have within them.
"The true manifestation of the
producer is to be able to bring the
best out of an artist," he continued.
"He paid attention to me and he gave
me a track that was suited to my
style, the direction I want to go. To
me the collaboration was easy from
there because he paid attention."
Moreno added: "He took two days
to put together lyrics and by that
week we were already in the process
of beginning to record it and putting
The song was released last month
and like other Moreno songs, Dance
Like Dat is available on streaming
"There's a progression towards
more streaming," he said. "People
not buying anymore. That's the
truth and reality. They build the
new streaming services in a way that
you can get revenue from people just
watching. You don't need somebody
to buy your track, which actually
does make a lot more sense."
• Continues on Page A21
Producer Joshua Moreno and artiste JWVE.
Young artistes show value of musical collaboration
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