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TO WORK IN TRINIDAD & TOBAGO
SPANISH SPEAKING - AIRPORT CUSTOMER SERVICE AGENTS
• Duties consists of functions involving close interaction with Airline
and persons who are departing and arriving on flights.
• Inspection of Passenger travel Documents to determining Validity to Travel
• Processing of incoming and outgoing flights with the Governmental
Authorities in accordance with Laws, procedures and regulations and
the fostering of an excellent and pleasant working relationship with All
State Authorities, Customers, the General Public and coworkers
• Flight Bookings and Ticketing
• Technical Duties relating to flight operations
NOTE WELL THAT THE FOLLOWING IS APPLICABLE TO ALL OF THE ABOVE
• Shift work system - Morning, Evening, night and overnight - Minimum of
two days off per week.
• Good Attendance incentives monthly as well as an annual attendance
and performance bonus
• These are Full time permanent Employment Opportunities, however,
persons seeking part time Employment, Employment for weekends
Only, Nights Only, Morning Only shall also be considered - This must be
indicated on your application.
All interesting applicants are required to submit their application to:
The Human Resource Department
P.O. Box 558, Wrightson Road, Port-of-Spain
E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for submission - August 31st 2013. However interviews
shall begin immediately
Careers T&T College
Now Enrolling Students for:-
(1) Professional Therapeutic
(2) Cosmetology Level 1 & 11
Call: 658-3907, 496-1111.
RHONDA KRYSTAL RAMBALLY
More than a year has passed since devastating
floods wreaked havoc in Diego Martin on August
11, 2012. Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar
had declared the area a disaster zone after two
hours of heavy rainfall claimed two lives, left others
injured, destroyed several homes and caused other
damage in several parts of west Trinidad.
One year later, there are mixed views from residents,
officials at the Diego Martin Regional Corporation
and Member of Parliament Dr Amery Browne about
the work done to clear up and repair after that disaster
and prevent a repeat.
The Sunday Guardian visited several areas in Diego
Martin to look at the state of communities that had
been hit by the floods. In many areas not much has
changed. Drains leading to the Diego Martin River---
which had overflowed and caused the floods---were
either overgrown with bushes or clogged with plastic
bottles and garbage. Rubble from collapsed walls
were still stacked up in some homes. However, work
was in progress in the Diego Martin river.
Last year, Persad-Bissessar toured the affected
areas, hugged and shook hands with affected families
and promised relief. A year later, many of them say
they are unhappy because promises made to them
have not been kept.
When he was told about the unhappy residents,
chairman of the Diego Martin Regional Corporation
Allan Sammy said they needed to be more resilient
since cleaning could be done but when severe weather
hits, there will be flooding.
Diego Martin Central MP Dr Amery Browne
claimed the agencies involved had not being doing
More than a year after devastating Diego floods...
MP Browne: People continue to live in terror
It was the worst natural disaster in the lives of
many of the people living in Diego Martin, Petit
Valley and the western peninsula, said Browne.
"There are still many people who are in distress,"
he said, adding that many of the flood victims are
still struggling to rebuild their homes and lives.
"There are people whose walls collapsed, who
required social assistance, help with replacing items
and who have not gotten the assistance promised by
a number of state agencies," Browne told the Sunday
"I, along with some of my colleagues have spent
a lot of energy advocating the use of the last dry
season in a strategic manner for a comprehensive
unfinished work Silt and garbage blocking the flow of water in this drain.
Overgrown bushes around a
drain at Morne Coco Road.
PHOTOS: RHONDA RAMBALLY
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