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Procurement & Management Information Systems (MIS)
The General Manager Procurement and MIS reports to the Managing Director & CEO.
Responsibilities of this portfolio includes:
5. Optimising total cost of (TCO) materials consumed by the plant.
7. Preparing and tracking annual budget for the Procurement and MIS departments.
8. Ensure implementation of corporate guidelines, goals and policies in the procurement
process, MIS function as well as health and safety.
9. Managing the execution of the department's Performance Management System for all staff.
10. Ensuring accuracy of SAP and other MIS systems information tools across the business.
Qualifications & Experience
1. Minimum B.Sc. Engineering
2. Post-graduate certification in Business Administration.
3. Minimum 5 years Industrial experience and understanding of the Global Steel Business.
Required Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
1. Excellent command of computer technology and all related Microsoft applications.
2. Expert command of SAP Management Systems.
3. Demonstrated competence in Negotiations and Contracts Management.
4. Demonstrated competence in Corporate Strategy Management and Project Management.
Applications with full resumes and contact details should be labelled as follows and submitted to:
'General Manager - Procurement & Management Information Systems (MIS)'
The Manager - Human Resources
ArcelorMittal Point Lisas Limited
P.O. Bag 476
The Chief Manpower Officer
Ministry of Labour, Small and Micro Enterprise Development
Level 11 Riverside Plaza
Port of Spain
Receipt of applications will cease on August 7, 2013. Unsuitable applications will not be
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It s always good to hear people talk-
ing about the team doing good. It helps
a lot with your confidence," Mitchell
The 25-year-old former Joe Public
player has matured and his game con-
tinues to develop. He knows that main-
taining regular playing time in the MLS
or any other league that allows him to
play among seasoned professionals will
only help him further.
"It s important which is why I always
keep working hard and striving to be
better. I want to keep playing at a high
level. This will help me when I m rep-
resenting the country and for my per-
sonal game as well it will be a boost,"
Daniel forces red on opponent
Keon Daniel might have been on
the receiving end of jeers from the
Vancouver Whitecaps home fans but
as far as he s concerned his games-
manship helped his club as the
Philadelphia Union went on to secure
a 1-0 win in the American Major
League Soccer on the weekend.
Whitecaps Vancouver s Jun Marques
Davidson was ejected eight minutes
into the game for headbutting Daniel.
As Daniel and Davidson fought for a
loose ball, Daniel swung a leg out in
Davidson s direction. It wasn t clear
whether Daniel was going for the ball
or the opponent, but Davidson retal-
iated by headbutting Daniel who
received a yellow card.
The sellout crowd of 21,000 gave
Daniel an earful, and they did deliver
more. Daniel was booed whenever he
touched the ball for the rest of the
game according to philly.com. But that
didn t faze the T&T midfielder who
scored in T&T s 2-2 draw with El Sal-
vador at the recent Concacaf Gold
"Great," he said. "I love that, man.
That s all I have to say." His teammates
within earshot in the locker room burst
out laughing as the player reacted
when asked about the crowd s reac-
"Sometimes when a team is down
to ten men, they get more energy," he
said. "I think we did well to cope with
it. We worked hard together as a team,
and the longer we stuck together as
a team we broke their hearts."
Mexicans still love Beenhakker
Leo Beenhakker, a former head coach
of Mexico premier club America, is
still very much respected and admired
by the Mexicans. This was an obvious
case during the recent Concacaf Gold
Cup in the United States.
Beenhakker was cheered by any
Mexican fan who spotted him in
Atlanta, either at the Westin Hotel or
at the Georgia Dome and the Mexican
media grabbed every opportunity to
have a chat with him.
"The people love him. They remem-
ber him for his work in Mexico with
Club America," said one Univision cor-
"Already there was a rumour that if
Trinidad defeated Mexico in the game
that the Mexican FA would considering
offering Beenhakker a job," he added.
Beenhakker offered his respects to
Jose Manuel "Chepo" De La Torre.
"Okay, he s a very good coach and
he worked very well with me as an
assistant at Club America. It seems
certain Mexico will go to the World
Cup," Beenhakker told reporters.
De La Torre added "Leo has been
an important part of my professional
growth. He is a friend and he shared
a lot of knowledge with me when we
were at America, where he was the
technical director and I was his assis-
The Mexican media also asked Been-
hakker and Stephen Hart about their
relationship on the job with the TTFA.
"It is always important support from
someone with his experience and his
knowledge," Hart told them. "He s here
to help us and it s an obvious bonus."
Beenhakker in turn, added: "He is
an excellent coach. If I am consulted
by him, then I support him fully
because, well, we are on the same com-
puter, in the same boat."
Dir of Communications
Trinidad and Tobago Football
(868) 681 5429
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