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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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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
Samsung has launched a firmware
update for the wildly popular Galaxy S4
that should quell some unrest for those
who own the 16GB version.
Once the firmware is installed, users
will have the ability to offload their app
installs to the SD card. That's especially
important for 16GB device owners who
were upset to find that they had just
9.15GB of usable space on the device's
storage. Moving apps to the SD card can
save some of the needed space. Samsung
has also found a way to squeeze another
0.08GB of space on the device's drive,
according to SamMobile, which was first
to report on the news.
In addition to handling the storage issue,
the software update for the Galaxy S4
includes a host of fixes and improvements,
including the ability to record HDR video
and a fix for the purple effect users were
seeing when scrolling through pages.
According to SamMobile, the update is
available only in Germany now, but the
site cited sources who said it will roll out
elsewhere at some point. (CNet)
It looks like iOS and Android won't be able to
download BlackBerry Messenger come June 27 after
all.Earlier last Thursday, T-Mobile UK tweeted that
BBM would indeed be available for iOS and Android
come June 27, even serving up an image of a BBM
conversation running on a Samsung Android phone.
However, that tweet has since been taken down,
calling into question the accuracy of the informa-
A BlackBerry spokeswoman said: "That date is
completely inaccurate; we have never indicated a
If the information was inaccurate, why would T-
Mobile UK tweet it in the first place? Well, T-Mobile
certainly could have gotten its facts wrong. Or it's
conceivable the date may ultimately prove correct,
and the carrier simply jumped the gun by revealing
it without the official nod from BlackBerry.
Either way, BBM is due to reach iOS and Android
sometime in the not too distant future.
Last month, BlackBerry spilled the beans that BBM
would expand to iOS and Android this summer but
was mum about a specific launch date. CEO Thorsten
Heins revealed that the service will be available as
a free download, adding that "we are confident time
is right for BBM to be independent." The company
is also working with other mobile phone makers to
preload BBM onto their devices, BlackBerry chief
operating officer Kristian Tear said. Tear didn't reveal
the names of any specific manufacturers but said
that "there is interest from other handset makers."
The move to iOS and Android will mark the first
time that BlackBerry's messaging service will be
available on non-BlackBerry devices. But will the
move sway BBM users to switch from their BlackBerry
devices to iPhones and Android phones? Not accord-
ing to Tear.
"We don't feel like that is a risk," he said. "Obviously,
if we did, we might have acted differently." (CNet)
on June 27
Samsung launches firmware update for Galaxy S4
Intel Corporation's executive vice president Tom
Kilroy, right, holds a tablet/laptop hybrid for a
photo call with Taiwanese pop star Jolin Tsai
during the opening of Taiwan's Computex 2013,
one of the world's largest IT exhibitions, in Taiwan,
on June 4. (AP PHOTO)
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