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WORKS CREDIT UNION Co-operative Society Limited seeks a solution-oriented, energetic person
with a sound understanding of business development techniques, a passion for helping others succeed
and very good communication skills, between the ages 25 -- 45 years to join its team, in the position of:
Micro Business Loan O cer
e incumbent will report directly to the Maanager -- Credit Administration, as well as have an intimate
working relationship with WCU's members.
SCOPE OF THE JOB:
Seek and generate new business for WCU's products and services. Develop micro business loan portfolio
with existing members and new clients in accordance with WCU's expansion plans and performance
targets. Contribute to members' satisfaction and retention, while carrying out the loan management
activities in a diligent and professional manner.
e successful candidate should possess AT LEAST:
First degree in Marketing, Business Administration, Finance or its equivalent from a recognised
educational institution and accredited programme. Training and/or experience in Project
Management would be an asset.
Sound grasp of the local micro business environment including good knowledge of micro nance
industry in Trinidad and Tobago.
Sound knowledge and understanding of savings, loans and other products of the nancial industry.
Two (2) years' work experience in a similar position, together with a track record of cost-e ective
and successful achievement of targets.
Two (2) years' work experience in credit risk management and recoveries.
Very good organizational skills.
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills. Good negotiation skills.
Pro cient in computer operations, particularly for database management, spreadsheets and
A valid Driver's Licence and a reliable motor car. He/She must be available to work both during and
outside of the normal work day.
Meet the criteria? Ready for the challenge?
Send a detailed, updated résumé along with a letter of application, no later than Friday May 10th , 2013
by 4:00p.m. to the address below:
e Manager -- Credit Administration
WORKS Credit Union Co-operative Society Limited
8-10 Dundonald Street
Port of Spain
Re: Micro Business Loan O cer
or via email: email@example.com
NOTE: Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
"To be the Premier Cycling
Club in the Caribbean." This
is the vision of the Arima
Wheelers Cycling Club
(AWCC). The club, which will
celebrate their 10th year
anniversary on November 23,
have been making a lot of
strides over the years in ful-
filling their vision.
The club which was found-
ed in 2003, have developed
talented cyclists such as
Denise Francis, Jodi
Goodridge, Kwesi Browne,
Aziza Browne and Samuel
Mahabir. All of these cyclists
have represented the National
team at the Junior level.
In 2009, Francis won a sil-
ver medal in the road race at
the Junior Caribbean Road
Championship in Bermuda,
then followed this up with a
bronze medal in the Keirin at
the Junior Pan Am Champi-
onship in Mexico in 2010. In
2012 at the Junior Pan Am
Championships in Guatemala,
both the female and male
teams brought home gold.
Eighteen year old Goodridge
also grabbed a bronze in the
500m event at these games.
were recognized, as she took
home the TTOC (Trinidad and
Tobago Olympic Committee)
Junior Sports Woman of the
year 2012 and the First Cit-
izens Junior Sports Woman of
the year 2012.
The AWCC, has gradually
grown from five to thirty-
Arima Wheelers celebrates
three cyclists (two of whom are hairing
impaired), representing all age cate-
gories. Their categories include the
Youth Developers (Under 7, 9, 11 and
13), Tiny Mites (13 to 14), Juveniles (15
to 16), Juniors (17 to 18), Elite (18 to
39) and the Masters category (50 to
59). Some of the Youth Developers
that performed admirably at this year's
Easter Grand Prix were Amari Doll-
away, Alexia Wilson, Ryan D'Abreau
and Adriana Seyjagat.
In their decade of existence, the
club can boast of many other achieve-
ments. For the last three years running,
they won the "Most Outstanding
Cycling Club" award at the Interna-
tional Cycling Easter Grand Prix and
coach Roy Daniel won Coach of the
Year 2011 and 2012.
Other achievements include the
hosting of a cycling camp for children
IPSL s MX division opened their
campaign in the SIS Industrial
Cricket League on Thursday with
a nail-biter against Air Liquide
Trinidad Limited at Plipdeco
Ground. Batting first, Air Liquide
managed 55 runs in their ten overs
due mainly to R. Doon who posted
a well played 23 runs late in the
innings to bolster his team s score.
After being five wickets down with
just 27 runs on the board more than
halfway through their overs, Doon's
knock included two of the three sixes
in Air Liquide's innings as he guided
his team to a defendable total.
Annand Singh did the most damage
for MX with an impressive three
wickets for just eight runs in his two
In reply, MX got off to a disastrous
start losing their first two wickets
for just seven runs. K. Joseph (14)
joined opener Miguel Pustam (12) as
the pair consolidated with some intel-
ligent batting and got their team to
30 runs before their partnership was
broken in the sixth over, Pustam
being comprehensively bowled by
Dave Mahabir. MX's batting struggled
after this, losing three wickets in
quick succession that left them need-
ing 17 runs from the last over.
With all to play for, MX kept their
composure and got the required runs
in spectacular fashion as Annand
Singh and Nazudeen Mohammed
blasted two sixes and two fours in
the last over, getting to their mark
with four wickets in hand.
Air Liquide will have to head back
to the drawing board after their sec-
ond successive loss as they prepare
to face a strong SIS team in their
Dave Mahabir of Air Liquide plays a pull shot watched by wicketkeeper Rick
Ramoutar of IPSL MX.
SIS Super Ten Industrial
Cricket League 2013
Thursday May 2:
Air Liquide 55/7 (R. Doon 23, A.
Singh 3/8, V. Murali 2/10)
vs IPSL MX 57/6 (K. Joseph 14,
M. Pustam 12, R. Doon 3/5, N.
Result: IPSL MX won by 4
Man of the Match: Annand
A hat-trick from Potential SC
bowler Rishi Gajadhar was not
enough to give his team victory, as
they fell by 27 runs to STX SC in
the Barrackpore Sports Association
STX still got to a competitive total
of 139/7, despite Gajadhar's spell of
3/28. Terry Singh top-scored with
34, while Avinash Hajarie contributed
29 to the total.
In their run chase, Tyron Jacob's
60 could only get Potential to 113/8
in 20 overs. Alex Sokhan (3/18) and
Darren Beekah (3/14) took three
wickets each to limit Potential's total.
In another encounter, Marlon Bre-
ceno struck an unbeaten even hun-
dred to guide Sand Hill to a 26 run
win over Borde Narve Inverness SC.
Breceno's brilliant knock guided
Sand Hill to a mammoth total of
In their response, Borde Narve
Inverness put up a good fight, but
were bowled out for 165.
since 2004 entitled "Biking for fun,
health and recreation." The AWCC
also participated in BMX meets in
Barbados in 2005 and 2006 and also
hosted the "Arima Boro Fest" during
the Arima Borough Celebrations from
In November, the club plans to
celebrate their anniversary with an
Ecumenical Service and Award func-
tion with Dinner and Dance.
One of the club's goals for the next
ten years is to produce World Cham-
pions. Unfortunately, the club remains
unsponsored and depends on dona-
tions and fund raisers to keep the
club going. The AWCC is currently
on a "find a sponsor" campaign and
they are hoping someone would come
forward to help them produce these
For anyone willing to assist, feel
free to contact the club at 716-5311,
718-1803 or email - arima.wheel-
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