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COMMUNITY HOSPITAL OF SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTISTS
Western Main Road, Cocorite
Qualified, experienced and service-oriented individuals are invited to apply for the following positions:
Must possess a Bachelor's degree in Physiotherapy or any related qualifications. Must be registered with the Physiotherapists' Board of
T &T and have at least 5 years experience in this field. Specialization in management of stroke and brain-injured patients or cardiac reha-
bilitation preferred. Must be prepared to work on weekends.
Must possess a Bachelor's degree in radiological imaging and technology and/or a Diploma in radiography. Must be registered with the
Radiography Board of T &T and have at least 5 years experience in performing CT scans and MRI. This position would require working
on a roster that would include on-call sessions.
Candidate must possess a Bachelor's degree in Pharmacy from an accredited institution and have at least 5 years experience in this field.
Must be registered with the Pharmacy Board of T&T and have at least 5 years experience in this field.
NURSING STAFF (Full Time only)
Caring and qualified RNs and ENAs are needed in the following fields: Medical/Surgical, Midwifery, Dialysis, ICU, Emergency Room, and
Operating Theatre. Nurses must have a Bachelor of Science Degree or an Associate Degree in Nursing. Applicants must also be registered
with the Nursing Council of Trinidad and Tobago.
ENGINEERING & MAINTENANCE MANAGER
Applicants must have at least 5 years experience in a similar position. Must possess a degree or associate degree in Biomedical or Electrical
Engineering. This position would include on-call sessions.
ENGINEERING & MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS
Must have working experience in a maintenance department. Applicants with certification and/or 5 years experience in bio-medicals, elec-
trical, air conditioning, plumbing, welding and carpentry are invited. This position would include on-call sessions.
Must be a Certified Technician with at least 2 years experience in this field.
Full time and part time qualified Medical Doctors with clinic and on call responsibilities in the following disciplines are also required:
Emergency room/ Family practice
Rehabilitation Medicine/Physical Therapy
Medical Doctors with qualification in other disciplines are also welcome to apply. Candidates must be registered with the Medical Board of T&T.
Your cover letter along with one copy of your current resume, 2 passport size photos, copies of certificates, references and other relevant
information should be sent to:
Human Resource Manager
Community Hospital of SDA
P.O. Box 767
Port of Spain, Trinidad
Or e-mail resume to email@example.com
Applicants are also required to submit a copy of their application to:
Chief Manpower Officer
Ministry of Labour & Small and Micro Enterprise Development
Levels 1 - 6, Duke Place,
#50 -54 Duke Street, Port of Spain.
CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS IS JUNE 10th 2013
UNSUITABLE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACKNOWLEDGED
ANTIGUA, Guatemala---US Secretary of State John
Kerry, on his first trip to Latin America since taking
office, gauged prospects yesterday for improving
badly strained ties between the United States and
Venezuela that have steadily deteriorated over the
Kerry was to meet Venezuela s foreign minister
on the sidelines of an Organization of American
Kerry eyes better
ties with Venezuela
States meeting in Guatemala to explore ways to
The encounter comes at Venezuela s request and
is to occur just hours after Venezuela released from
prison an American filmmaker who had been jailed
on espionage charges, removing at least one irritant
in the relationship.
The discussion between Kerry and Venezuelan
Foreign Minister Elias Jose Jaua will be the first at
cabinet level between the two countries in at least
several years and the first substantial contact since
Venezuela s disputed April 14 election to replace
the late populist president Hugo Chavez.
Chavez protege Nicolas Maduro claimed victory
at the polls, but the opposition is still contesting
Washington is willing to work with Maduro s new
government but has said opposition questions about
the electoral process must
be addressed. The Obama
administration has been
eager to mend ties with
Venezuela after Chavez s
death in March.
Chavez delighted in
tweaking the United States
and pursued policies that
US officials regarded as
hostile. However, until
yesterday there has been
little to show for its out-
tions have been especially
tense in recent months.
Maduro expelled two US
military attaches in March
the same day Chavez died,
accusing them of trying
to foment instability, and
Tracy s arrest came amid domestic political turmoil
over the election.
The Obama administration has backed opposition
candidate Henrique Capriles call for a full recount.
US officials with Kerry said he wanted to look at
areas like counternarcotics and counterterrorism
where co-operation could be improved with
Venezuela. But they stressed that the US was not
going to stop expressing concerns about democracy
and human rights in the country, particularly after
The two countries haven t had ambassadors posted
in each other s capitals since 2010 but US officials
said they were not sure if this subject would be
raised in the meeting between Kerry and Jaua.
Shortly before the two men were to meet,
Venezuela released Tracy who had been jailed for
what authorities said were attempts to destabilise
Kerry is pushing the candidacy of the US nominee
for the Inter American Commission on Human
Rights, James Cavallaro, a Stanford University law
professor who is one of six people in the running
for three spots on the panel that will be chosen
later this week. Some OAS members are opposed
to the US having a presence on the commission
because it is not also a member of the organization s
human rights court.
"None of our countries is perfect, and we continue
to draw strength from scrutiny and the opportunity
to review our human rights practices," he said.
"We are all diminished when we fail to defend
the very institutions we created to safeguard the
noble ideals (of) peace, democracy, development,
liberty, and social justice based on respect for the
essential rights of women and men." (AP)
US Secretary of State John Kerry waves as he arrives to La Aurora air force base
in Guatemala City, Tuesday. At left is Rita Claverie, vice foreign minister of
Guatemala, and at right is Arnold Chacon, US ambassador to Guatemala. Kerry is
in Guatemala for the annual general assembly of the Organization of American
States (OAS). AP PHOTO
"We are all
we fail to defend
noble ideals (of)
liberty, and social
justice based on
respect for the
of women and
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