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Palo Seco Agricultural Enterprises Limited (PSAEL) is a wholly owned State Enterprise responsible for the
procurement of designs, construction and management of infrastructure projects. PSAEL also provides
estate management and property maintenance services for Petrotrin, Trintoc and Trintopec. Our Head office
is located at #31 Casuarina Avenue, Pointe-a-Pierre with sub-offices across south Trinidad.
Suitably qualified persons are invited to apply for the following position on contract:
The Project Engineer will have responsibility for ensuring that all Projects are implemented, utilizing best prac-
tices of Project Management in accordance with relevant industrial standards, statutory laws and regulations
to meet client's needs.
• Implements PMBOK best practices for the management of all projects.
• Develops designs for community infrastructure projects.
• Prepares close-out documentation for projects during closing phase of projects.
• Conducts Risk Analyses on all Projects before start, and continuous risk monitoring and controlling
during the Project life.
• Develops Budgets and Cash Flows for Projects and Maintenance Jobs.
• Reviews consultant-prepared design drawings, indicating basic design corrections for compliance
with regulatory acts.
• Assists in the evaluation of contract bids and make appropriate recommendations.
• Conducts Performance Appraisals on subordinate staff and recommends training and development
interventions to assist staff in their career development.
• Performs any other relevant duties as may be required to successfully achieve this job function.
Qualifications & Experience
• A Degree in Civil Engineering, or equivalent qualification, together with a minimum of five (5) years
relevant working experience or demonstrated equivalent experience, knowledge and skills.
• Proficient in the use of MS Project and MS Excel software.
• 30 hr Occupational Safety & Health Regulations
The successful candidates will be required to:
• Submit a current Police Certificate of good character
• Undergo a full medical examination
• Submit two (2) work references
A competitive remuneration package is available commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Applications should be submitted no later than July 17, 2013 and addressed as follows:
Application for Employment for Civil Engineer
Manager, Human Resource and Corporate Services
Palo Seco Agricultural Enterprises Limited
#31 Casuarina Avenue
Unsuitable Applications Will Not Be Acknowledged.
Wimbledon Men's singles tennis champion Andy Murray of Britain, left, and the Women's singles tennis
champion Marion Bartoli of France pose with their trophies during the Champions' Dinner at a hotel in
London on Sunday night. AP PHOTO
LONDON---Roger Federer has fallen
to No 5 in the new ATP rankings, the
first time in a decade he s been that
Federer s second-round loss at Wim-
bledon, a year after taking the title,
drops him from No 3. He was fifth in
the rankings of June 23, 2003, two
weeks before he won Wimbledon for
the first of his record 17 major cham-
Wimbledon champion Andy Murray
remains at No 2 yesterday, behind the
runner-up, Novak Djokovic.
Quarterfinalist David Ferrer rises one
spot to a career-high No 3, with Rafael
Marion Bartoli, who won Wimbledon
for her first Grand Slam title, moves
Serena Williams stays at No 1 despite
her fourth-round loss at Wimbledon.
LONDON---Andy Murray won Wim-
bledon, of course, the first British man
in 77 years to do it. He won last year s
US Open, too. And an Olympic gold
rankings. That s all fine by him.
A day after his historic victory at the
All England Club, Murray said he is far
more interested in winning additional
Grand Slam titles than reaching No 1.
He has played in the finals of the last
four major tournaments he entered
Asked yesterday if moving up to the
top spot is his next goal, Murray replied:
"I don t know. It s a tough one for me,
because right now I ve won two Slams
and ... and (won) the Olympic gold,
and I m nowhere near being No 1. I
don t know exactly why that is."
He noted that perhaps he needs "to
be more consistent in the other events,"
and is aware that skipping this year s
French Open because of a bad back did
not help his ranking points.
But Murray added that he d be OK
with never reaching No 1.
"I would rather not get to No 1 and
win more Grand Slams," he said, "than
never win another Grand Slam and get
to No 1. I d rather try to win more
He narrowed the gap in the standings
but still trails top-ranked Novak
Djokovic, the man Murray beat 6-4,
7-5, 6-4 for the championship Sunday.
The last British man to win Wimbledon
was Fred Perry in 1936. On Monday,
Murray awoke after about an hour or
so of sleep to fulfill media obligations,
including posing for photos near the
statue of Perry that stands outside Cen-
Pictures of Murray graced the front
pages of British newspapers yesterday,
and there s already buzz building about
whether he will be granted knighthood.
Murray was asked yesterday what
he thinks about that.
"I don t really know," he said, sighing
and resting his chin on his left hand.
"I mean, it s a nice thing to have, or
be offered. I think just because every-
one s waited for such a long, long time
for this---that s probably why it would
be suggested, but I don t know if it
So far this season, he is 34-5 with
four titles, second on tour to Rafael
Nadal s seven.
There is one more Grand Slam tour-
nament remaining in 2013, the US
Open, and for the second year in a row,
the first three major titles were divided
by three men. This year, Djokovic won
the Australian Open (beating Murray
in the final), Nadal won the French
Open, and Murray put his name on the
It sets up an intriguing hard-court
stretch now, leading to Flushing
Meadows, where play will begin
August 26, with Murray as the reigning
Murray, who said he received a con-
gratulatory phone call yesterday morn-
ing from recently retired English football
star David Beckham, now will take some
time off to rest and enjoy his victory,
before gearing up to prepare for the US
That will be his first attempt to
defend a major title.
Murray began his career 0-4 in Grand
Slam finals, including a loss to Roger
Federer at Wimbledon in 2012, but is
"I hope I don t lose hunger. You
know, I think I should be able to use
this as motivation. I know what it s like
losing in a Wimbledon final, and I know
what it s like winning one. And it s a
lot better winning," Murray said. "So
the hard work is worth it, and I just
need to make sure I don t get side-
tracked by anything."
He said he can t quite be sure
what his triumph means to the
British, who love their tennis and revere
"I do really try my best to avoid sort
of everything that goes on with playing
at Wimbledon, with the media coverage
and the TV stuff. I try to avoid it
because I just can t get wrapped up in
it. And it can be a distraction," he said.
"But, look, I know how long it s been.
It s been a long time, there s been a lot
of close calls. ... It ll be nice that as a
nation, we don t have to look at Wim-
bledon as being sort of a negative. It
can be viewed as a positive," Murray
continued. "And I just hope it s not
another 70-odd years again." (AP)
Federer ranked No 5
for 1st time in decade
more major titles
..not No 1 ranking
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