Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : May 9th 2013 Contents Production and Quality Assurance Team Leader
The selected candidate will be responsible for leading a production and quality assur-
ance team involved in the manufacture of well established over the counter pharma-
Areas of responsibility include:
Manufacturing - responsibility for daily operations of multiple production lines, prepar-
ing appropriate reports, managing ordering of raw materials and packaging, coordinat-
ing repairs with the maintenance supervisor.
Quality Assurance - managing quality of incoming raw materials and packaging and
finished goods, manage the fatility hygiene requirements, monitor and manage any
EH&S - ensure all environment, health and safety requirements are met.
Other duties - Manage quality assurance and production teams, liaise with regulatory
agencies and other stakeholders as required, conduct regular audits on production,
safety and quality,
prepare required reports.
- BSc in - Chemistry, Physics, Mechanical or Electrical Engineering from a
recognized tertiary institution.
- A minimum of 3 years experience in a supervisory/management role in a
- Knowledge of HACCP/TPM/TQM would be an asset.
The Ideal Candidate
- A problem solver with an ability to think outside the box.
- Possesses exceptional communication and documentation skills.
- Demonstrated analytical skills and mechanical/technical aptitude.
- Must be able to manage multiple priorities and maintain focus.
- A strong sense of personal responsibility for the achievement of team targets.
- Contribute positively to a multi-disciplinary team.
- Proficient in Microsoft Office
Please submit your application by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
no later than May 13th, 2013.
References are required and only successful candidates will be contacted.
Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Thursday, May 9, 2013
After 26 years as the top dog at
Old Trafford, the Scot s departure
will leave a void at the heart of the
club that will "take some getting used
to," says former club striker and T&T
international Dwight Yorke.
Yorke feels "it s not going to be
right" at Old Trafford without the
retiring Sir Alex Ferguson in charge.
The ex-T&T international spent
four years under the Scot s manage-
ment---winning three Premier League
titles, the Champions League, the FA
Cup and an Intercontinental Cup dur-
ing---and feels that his departure will
be "a shock to the system."
"It s (a feeling) of shock, really,
because he s been such a focal point
for our club," Yorke told Sky Sports.
"He s been the one to take Manchester
United to the level that they are right
now and, globally, what he s brought
to the Premiership.
"It s a shock to the system because
he s been there every day---he s the
one person who, every time you go
into the club, he s always there.
"With him retiring, that means he s
not going to be around, he s not going
to be taking those team talks and deci-
sions. His voice won t be echoing in
the background like it has always been.
"He s been such a great person to
the club and the respect that he had
around there, for him not to be there
next season, it s not going to be right.
It will take some getting used to."
Asked if it was the right time for
the legendary boss to call time on his
reign, Yorke replied: "Is the timing
ever right with Sir Alex Ferguson com-
ing to his retirement? I don t think
"I d seen Sir Alex on Monday. He
was in good spirits, in a very good
mood, but the rumours were really
strong around the place that he was
going to retire and there was a big
announcement supposed to be hap-
pening but the fact that the club is
floated on the stock market meant
that this decision needed to come out
"The people within the club knew
that this was likely to happen this sea-
son and I think, with his hip replace-
ment and (chief executive) David Gill
going as well, that pushed him a little
bit to say: This might be the best
time for me to retire.
"The hip replacement, that was
going to take some time to recover,
and knowing Sir Alex, if he is not there
and not committed 100 per cent, then
all of those elements are the ones that
pushed him over the edge."
The former Red Devils forward
insists that the 71-year-old s hunger
remains as strong as ever but feels
that the circumstances added up for
a logical end to his time at the club.
"He has very high standards and
it s all about winning trophies and
breaking records for Sir Alex but
there s more to the man," Yorke
"The way in which they lost the
Premier League last season, that would
have hurt him immensely, and losing
it to Manchester City was worse than
"He wanted to regain it. He s man-
aged to do that and he s done it in a
very great way, a great style of play,
so by doing that, with the hip oper-
ation and Gill going, I just feel it s
probably the right time."
Yorke: It's not
going to be right
without Sir Alex
and world sprint champion Mau-
rice Green says it will take a num-
ber of years before American
sprinters are able to match the
progress of their Jamaican rivals
or reclaim their sprint crown.
Green, who won nine medals---
including seven gold---for the Unit-
ed States at the Olympics and
World Championships, says he is
concerned about the current crop
of US sprinters.
Jamaican athletes have been
dominating world sprint with eight
Jamaicans ducking under the ten-
second barrier in the 100m last
season, compared to six Ameri-
cans, while five Jamaican men ran
below 20 seconds in the 200m,
with only one American doing like-
"It s going to take a couple of
years to get back to really compete
with Jamaica. It s going to take a
lot of work and a lot of years, but
more importantly, it s going to take
a lot of athletes who really want
to work and get better," said Green
in an interview with The Glean-
"It s hard for American sprinting
now, and I say it all the time that
America has been lucky to always
have the success that we have had
and to always have a group of
young athletes coming up. Now
the time has changed where this
new era of athletes is not the
The five fastest times recorded
in the 100m in 2012 were posted
by Jamaicans, who also accounted
for nine of the top ten times reg-
istered in the 200m over the peri-
Jamaica also swept the medals
in the 200m at the London
Olympic Games and won the top
two medals in the 100m.
"Especially in America, the ath-
letes expect it to come a lot easier
than it is, and that s wrong. They
never see all the hard work that
we put into it, they just saw us
performing and people loving us
and I think that s what s wrong
with US sprinting today," said
Greene, a former 100m world
record holder, Olympic 100m
champion and World Champi-
onships 100m and 200m cham-
"It s a big turnaround, and it
used to be the other way around,
but it s going to take a few years
and a lot of work...before the US
can really compete with Jamaica
T&T's former international football star Dwight Yorke, left, poses with
Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson in earlier times.
hard to beat---Green
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