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e company is seeking an experienced candidate who is a national of Trinidad and Tobago to ll a
position in the Administrative Department.
e selected candidate will be responsible for warehouse management, procurement of all goods
and services, receipt and issue of spare parts and materials utilizing a computerized maintenance
management system and the administrative support required by the maintenance management system.
He/she will be required to understand the purchasing process to procure materials and service as
required using inventory management so ware.
e desired candidate should possess:
Good interpersonal skills -- ability to communicate with all levels of sta as well as external
suppliers and contractors.
Must be a self-starter who is result oriented, hard working and able to function on his/her own
with minimum supervision.
e candidate must be an honest, reliable and responsible person with the ability to be a good team
Good proven warehousing, stores administration, and inventory control skills.
Must be familiar with customs procedures
Some experience and good understanding of a computerized maintenance management system.
Five (5) CXC or GCE O'Level passes; a Diploma in Procurement and Supply Operations and
computerized inventory and industrial warehousing experience
Exposure to a technical environment and experience in contract preparation would be an asset
Preference will be given to candidates with three (3) years or more relevant experience in procurement,
inventory management and warehousing. e incumbent must possess a valid driver's license and
must be physically capable of operating a fork truck.
e position is a salaried position with a competitive compensation package.
Trinity Power Limited, a power generation
company, invites applications from experienced
professionals who are nationals of Trinidad and
Tobago for the following position:
Applications should reach on or before September 23rd, 2013 and should be addressed to:
e Administrative Manager
Trinity Power Limited
PO Bag 498, Railway Road
Dow Village, Couva
ank you for your interest. We are unable to acknowledge unsuitable applications.
ROSEAU, DOMINICA---The Dominica
Hotel and Tourism Association
(DHTA) is calling for a study to deter-
mine the impact the "crisis" with the
regional airline, Liat, is having on the
economies of the Organisation of
Eastern Caribbean States (OECS).
DHTA has written to Prime Minister
Roosevelt Skerrit, whose administration
became the latest shareholder of the
cash-strapped Antigua-based airline,
indicating that it is concerned at the
"large number of flight cancellations,
delays and re-routing of flights".
Liat, which services more than 20
destinations in the region, has come
under severe criticism from the trav-
elling public. But the airline says it is
in the process of implementing a multi-
million dollar upgrade of its ageing fleet
and has urged the public to bear with
it. In the letter to Prime Minister Skerrit,
the hoteliers said the Eastern Caribbean
Central Bank and the Economics Divi-
sion of the OECS secretariat should be
commissioned to research and publish
the impact of the LIAT crisis on the
"Judging from local experience, we
are sure that the negative impact of
the resulting shock is very significant.
"Secondly, and commencing without delay,
there should be an investigation of the Liat
management s decisions," the DHTA, suggesting
also that "Dominica should move assiduously
to have consumer protection legislation, with
appropriate penalties and enforcement mech-
anisms, enacted in the countries of the OECS".
The hoteliers say the response of Liat man-
agement to the crisis so far has "left much to
be desired" and that the island had been hard
hit by the travel woes "because of its inordinate
dependence on LIAT for its arrivals".
The DHTA said it is concerned that with the
upcoming World Creole Music Festival and the
Independence celebrations later this year, visitors
to the island could experiences many hardships
in arriving here.
"If Liat does not get its act immediately, suf-
ficiently to restore market confidence in the air
access infrastructure that we have worked so
hard to establish ...Dominica will be negatively
impacted and the winter peak tourist season
will be very badly affected," the DHTA said in
its three-page letter. (CMC)
Hotel group calls
for study of Liat 'crisis'
Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit
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