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ONE (1) LIVE IN EXPERIENCED
Live in Experienced and Trained Housekeeper/Childcare Giver for family in
Maraval with 3 Children (Toddlers) and 2 Dogs
CPR/FIRST AID QUALIFICATION MANDATORY
The nature of the job naturally requires Long hours of work, as well as work on
Weekends and Public Holidays.
WORK REQUIREMENTS (NOT LIMITED TO)
• Executing all Childcare needs and implementing a home curriculum, while
being a key infuencer in their daily learning and developmental programmes,
after school extra curricular and homework needs.
• Develop schedules and routines for the household
• Maintenance of all household inventories, including supplies for the children
• Planning and preparing nutritional meals for the family’s special requirements.
• Cleaning and sanitization of the home and outdoor environment.
Including and not limited to washing and ironing of the families items.
The successful candidate should have at least 5 years housekeeping and childcare
provider experience and must be able to write, read and use the computer with
competence. Entertaining protocol skills will be benefcial and the candidate
will be required to travel with the family. The applicant also should be able to
swim and be active.
Applicants are required to submit their applications with resume, photo and
The House Manager, P.O.Box 8004.
Unsuitable applicants will not be acknowledged.
Applicants are also required to submit a copy of the application to:
CHIEF MANPOWER OFFICER, MINISTRY OF LABOUR AND SMALL
LEVEL 3 DUKE PLACE, 50-54 DUKE STREET, PORT-OF-SPAIN.
accompanying documents by 20th January 2018 addressed to
faces MLS scouts
Recent T&T men's
national football team
call-up Josiah Trimming-
ham says he wants to im-
press scouts at the ifth
annual US Major League
Soccer (MLS) Caribbean
Combine in Orlando,
USA, as he joins 21 players
from 15 other CONCACAF
across the Caribbean in
an invitation-only event.
They competed in front
of MLS scouts, with the
potential of being signed
directly during an upcom-
ing transfer window.
countries are Anguilla,
Antigua, Aruba, Barba-
dos, Bermuda, Cayman
Islands, Curacao, Domi-
nica, French Guiana, Ja-
maica, Martinique, Sint
Maarten, St Kitts & Nevis,
St. Vincent & the Gren-
adines, T&T and Turks &
Caicos Islands. The Car-
ibbean Combine will lead
into the 2018 MLS Player
Combine to be held Jan.
11 17 in Orlando, Florida.
Both Combines will be
followed by the 2018 MLS
SuperDraft on January 19
"I think Trimmingham
is good enough and I
hope he gets through,"
said Club Sando head
coach Angus Eve who
snapped up the talented
defender from San Juan
Jabloteh last August.
ments before departing
the Piarco International
Airport, said: "I am con-
ident as a player and in
my ability. I am hoping
to secure my irst profes-
sional contract [abroad]
at this trial."
said he gained invalua-
ble experience in past
seasons competing at the
Pro League---T&T's top-
with and against expe-
rienced players such as
Kerry Baptiste and Akim
Armstrong and others."
However another re-
cent T&T international
call-up of head coach
Dennis Lawrence and
former national Under-
20 team-mate of Trim-
mingham, Kathon St.
Hillaire, won't be part
of the MLS Caribbean
Combine at the Sawgrass
Hotel and Suites Sports
Complex in Sunrise,
Florida. Hillarie, a versa-
tile 20-year-old St Ann's
Rangers winger and for-
mer T&T youth stand-
out, and Trimmingham,
21, were both selected to
represent the T&T Foot-
Hillaire, however, was
unable to obtain a US
Visa according to a Rang-
ers of icial.
T&T vball teams get CAC Games nod
T&T will be represented in the
both the men's and women's divi-
sions for indoor and beach volley-
ball tournaments when the 2018
Central American and Caribbean
(CAC) Games comes off in Barran-
quilla, Colombia later this year, from
July 20 to August 3.
This was con irmed by the North,
Central America and Caribbean Vol-
leyball Confederation (NORCECA)
president, by Cristobal Marte Hof iz,
earlier this week in Santo Domingo,
Both sets of national indoor teams
will be making their fourth straight
outing at the CAC Games competi-
tion since their debut in 2006.
Marte Hof iz also con irmed that
Colombia, Dominican Republic,
Puerto Rico, Cuba, Mexico, and Ven-
ezuela will also compete while Costa
Rica quali ied among the women's
teams and Guatemala among the
men. The Dominican Republic's
teams are the defending champions
for both events.
For the T&T senior women's in-
door volleyballers it will be yet
another busy year as the "Calypso
Spikers" will debut this years FIVB
Volleyball Women's World Cham-
pionship in September in Japan
as well as participate in the FIVB
Women's Nations League to be held
in Alberta, Canada, a replacement
for the FIVB Grand Prix competition
which they debuted in last year.
They will also compete in the
Women's Pan American Cup, a qual-
i ier to the Pan American Games
to be held in Mexico. Record sev-
en-time winners of the Senior Car-
ibbean Zonal Volleyball Association
(CAZOVA) crown, the T&T women
will also go after an eighth over-
all title in Suriname from July 8 16
while the senior men go after a third
straight crown and fourth overall in
Haiti from June 17 23. Not to be left
out, T&T will also be represented in
the Under-20 Women and Under-
21 Men CAZOVA Championships in
Suriname from March 31 to April 7,
with the possibility of competing in
the Under-23 competition in the US
Virgin Islands, from April 16 21 still
to be decided.
In beach volleyball, for the irst
time in the history of the Central
American Games, the tournaments
will consist of 24 pairs per gender.
The countries to be represented
in both tournaments are Colombia,
Venezuela, Cuba, Mexico, Puerto
Rico, Dominican Republic, Costa
Rica, Guatemala, Nicaragua, T&T,
US Virgin Islands, El Salvador, Ja-
maica, Guadeloupe, Honduras,
Cayman Islands, St Lucia, St Kitts &
Nevis, Suriname and Dominica.
Antigua & Barbuda, Belize, Gre-
nada and Panama will compete
only in the women's event while
Barbados, Aruba, Haiti and Curacao
quali ied to compete in the men's
T&T women volleyballers celebrate after beating Australia in their Week Two Group Three Pool D-3 FIVB Women's World
Grand Prix match at the National Cycling Centre in Balmain, Couva on Friday night. T&T won 3-1 (16-25, 25-18, 26-24,
PICTURE SEAN MORRISON
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