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Tuesday, January 9, 2018
NATIONAL FLOUR MILLS LIMITED
Invites applications from suitably qualified persons for the position of:
TRAILER TRUCK DRIVER
This is a specialist driving position which requires the driver to transport goods between the
company’s two locations in compliance with all operational and safety requirements
Should possess a complete Primary and/or Secondary Education
Should have at least five to eight years of experience and be able to drive a double axel truck with
Must have Class Five (5) Drivers’ License issued by the government of Trinidad & Tobago
A Certificate in defensive driving will be an asset
A Certificate of good character is required
Must be dependable and trustworthy
Must be self-disciplined
Must be able to communicate both orally and in writing
Must be able to schedule and manage time properly
Average Interpersonal Skills
The Company offers a competitive remuneration package commensurate with qualifications
Suitably qualified persons should apply in writing, giving telephone contact to:
THE MANAGER, HR & ADMINISTRATION
National Flour Mills Limited
#27-29 Wrightson Road, Port of Spain
Applications should reach no later than Friday 19th January, 2018
We thank you for your interest; hoWever, unsuitable applications Will not be acknoWledged
Dated: January 02, 2018
Central Equipment Rentals Limited requires:
Truck & Machinery
Minimum of 5 years’ experience with
specific skill in working with:
• Diesel engines and associated components
• Air Systems
• Clutch & Brake Systems
Kindly contact 679-2468 to leave your details.
You will be called for an interview.
on’t make the mistake
of blowing this ques-
tion off by saying you
have no questions!
Not a good idea!
Asking good questions shows
that you are interested and
prepared, and the answers will
help you make a decision about
working there, and you want to
be sure that you’ll like and suc-
ceed at the job.
To make the best impression,
save the questions about salary,
benefits, and vacation until you
have an offer. (Some of the ben-
efits questions may be answered
on the organisation’s Website,
anyway.) Ask questions based
on your interest in the job.
I have had several recruiters
tell me that they automatically
disqualified any applicant who
hadn’t taken the time and effort
to visit the company website.
So visit the organisation’s
website to see what you can
discover. What do they do,
and where do they do it? What
are their products and or ser-
vices? Who is the “management
team”? How long have they
been in business? What is the
“philosophy” or “mission”?
If it is a publicly held com-
pany, Yahoo Finance will have
a ton of information about the
company and the industry. How
large is the company, in terms
of sales and number of employ-
ees? Who are their competi-
tors? Check to see how healthy
their finances are—several years
of losses are a very bad sign.
Google the organisation’s name
to see what you find.
(Read The Winning Difference:
Pre-Interview Preparation to be
well-prepared for a job interview.)
Do the research, and let them
know that you’ve done the re-
search by making reference
to it in the interview. Be very
negative things you may have
Often the interviewer will end
the interview by asking if you
have any questions. Saying “no”
can be the kiss of death. Here
are a few “general” questions to
choose from, in addition to the
ones based on your research:
• What is a typical day (or typ-
ical week, month, or year) for a
person in this job?
• What is the biggest challenge
someone in this job faces on a
daily (or weekly or monthly)
• What is the most important
quality (or skill) of the person
who does this job?
• What happened to the last
person who did this job? (pro-
• How many people are in this
group (or office)? How many
have joined in the last year? (In
a fast growing company, several
Do you have any questions?
people could have been added.
• How do you define (or measure)
• Does this organisation promote
• Do you enjoy working here?
Closing the Interview/Sale
or Learning the Next Steps
Express interest in getting the job
(even if you aren’t terribly excited
about the opportunity). Ask what are
the next steps are in the hiring pro-
cess. Also ask for permission to stay
in touch on a weekly basis to learn
the status of the job and ask for the
name and contact information of the
person you are to use as your contact.
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