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Construction Manager (Mechanical)
Job Purpose: To plan, direct, manage and oversee the management
of the projects department. Further to ensure that all projects are
completed within budget, on schedule, to the company's quality
standards and to the customer's satisfaction.
Qualifications: BSC in Engineering or approved training in Project
and Construction Management
Experience: Minimum of seven (7) years in a similar position
Quality Assurance/ Quality Control Manager
Job Purpose: To plan, direct, manage and activities of the Quality
Control Department's polices, programs and practices inclusive of
all related quality standards.
Qualifications: Engineering degree from a recognized institution,
Experience: Minimum four (4) years in a similar position
Project Information Management Technician
Job Purpose: The PIMU Technician manages the development,
implementation and operation of a document management system,
policies and procedures.
Qualification: An Associate degree in Information Technology,
preferable with courses in administration, record management and
or Library Sciences
Experience: Minimum of three (3) years experience in a document
management system environment, including the implementation of
For consideration, a letter of application, resume together with
name, address and contact information should be submitted to:
The Human Resource Department
Corner Soledad & Cedar Hill Road,
E-mail address: email@example.com
Closing date for Applications: Friday 7th June 2013
UNSUITABLE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACKNOWLEDGED
Education Minister Dr Tim
Gopeesingh has called on Opposi-
tion leader Dr Keith Rowley to tell
the country who gave him the e-
mails which he produced in Par-
liament on Monday.
Continuing the debate on the no-
confidence motion brought by Row-
ley against Prime Minister Kamla
Persad-Bissessar and her Govern-
ment on Tuesday, Gopeesingh called
on Rowley to name his source, noting
that during Tuesday s morning show
on CNC3, Opposition senator Faris
Al-Rawi said Rowley knew who gave
him the information.
During his contribution to the
debate, Gopeesingh used words and
phrases, such as "assassinate,"
"decapitate" and "Hollywood B-
script writer" among others, to
describe the no-confidence motion
and the e-mails read by Rowley dur-
ing the start of the debate.
Gopeesingh, whose one-hour
presentation followed Opposition
MP Fitzgerald Jeffery s contribution,
pointed out that the Opposition
leader had brought other no-con-
fidence motions against the Gov-
ernment. He described the current
motion as "deliberate mischief" and
as a "fabrication."
He questioned the Opposition s
intention for bringing the motions.
He said the Government, then in
opposition, had often brought infor-
mation to the House but those with-
stood the test of any probe.
"You have to ask what is the intent
of these frequent no-confidence
motions coming with such regularity
over the last two years, particularly,"
Rowley, he said, should have said
who was the "whistle-blower" he
received the e-mails from and in
what form. Gopeesingh said the e-
mails read by Rowley, "reads like a
Hollywood B-style movie." He delved
into the language of the e-mails,
saying the language used read like
fake British 19th century language.
"Who speaks like this?" he asked.
Gopeesingh asked if Rowley was
willing to let a crime take place
against the reporter before reporting
it. At the end of his contribution,
Gopeesingh praised Persad-Bissessar,
saying she would be remembered as
one of the country s most revered
Chinese ambassador to T&T
Huang Xingyuan says his gov-
ernment is preparing to strike
trade agreements with this coun-
try when China s President visits
at the end of this month.
"We re trying to sign more
agreements but there s a kind of
thing called procedure, " he said,
via an English translator, during a
press conference at the Chinese
Embassy, St Clair, on Tuesday.
Huang said China was ready to
support T&T and might provide
some kind of small relief with
regard to paying duties. He stressed
the value of bilateral trade between
the countries, saying it had reached
US$627 million in 2011, which was
the highest in history, and hoped
it would increase in the future:
"More and more Trinbagonian
businessmen go to China to explore
investment opportunities; a grow-
ing number of Chinese companies
are coming to T&T to explore
potential business relations, the
co-operation between the govern-
ments and enterprises of our two
countries are growing rapidly."
He said T&T had natural
resources, like oil and gas, while
China had the right infrastructure
and technology which could allow
both countries to develop in that
area as well. The two countries
could also co-operate on crime
and national security, he said.
On developing tourism, he said
statistics last year showed the Chi-
nese were the number one
spenders in the world when it came
"I personally hope more Chinese
people will spend more money in
T&T," he added.
Huang said at present, the rela-
tionship between T&T and China
was "developing smoothly, with
enhancements at every aspect."
President of the People s Repub-
lic of China Xi Jinping will visit
T&T at the invitation of President
Anthony Carmona. During the
Gopeesingh: Rowley must reveal source
visit, Xi will hold meetings with various
leaders, including Carmona, Prime
Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar, the
Speaker of the House and the President
of the Senate. He will be the first Chi-
nese President to visit T&T and the
Caribbean region in the last 39 years.
Huang described the visit as "mile-
stone in our bilateral ties and a major
diplomatic event, signifying China s
commitment to developing co-operative
relations with the Caribbean countries."
He noted T&T s work toward
strengthening its ties with other
Caribbean countries and promoting the
stability and development of the region.
"We believe that T&T will play a
more important role regionally and
internationally when it assumes the
role of chair of the Caribbean Com-
munity (Caricom) in July 2013," he
China to seek trade agreements with T&T
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