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Car Park Attendant
We are seeking to recruit a good candidate for the temporary position
of Car Park Attendant.
• Direct customers to available parking spaces
• Keep parking areas clean and orderly to ensure that space usage
is maximized .
• Lift, position and remove barricades in order to open or close
• Patrol parking areas in order to prevent vehicle damage and
vehicle or property thefts.
• Attend to customers promptly and efficiently on a daily basis.
• Perform other related duties as required.
• At least 2 O'Level Passes.
• At least 1 year experience in a similar position.
• Ability to multitask and operate within specified time frames.
• Customer focused.
• Ability to communicate ideas verbally in individual and group
Interested persons should submit their resume to:
P.O Box 600. Port-of-Spain
Please clearly indicate Car Park Attendant on your application.
Application Deadline: September 19, 2013
Start Your Basic
√ Office Procedures
√ Book Keeping & Accounts
√ English for Business Communications
√ Word Processing
√ Spreadsheet Processing Techniques
√ Data Processing
√ Shorthand (Optional)
Chaguanas Port-of-Spain Tobago (Lowlands)
652 3675/299 5759 665-0416
RIO DE JANEIRO---Brazil plans to
divorce itself from the US-centric
Internet over Washington s wide-
spread online spying, a move that
many experts fear will be a potentially
dangerous first step toward fracturing
a global network built with minimal
interference by governments.
President Dilma Rousseff ordered a
series of measures aimed at greater
Brazilian online independence and secu-
rity following revelations that the US
National Security Agency intercepted
her communications, hacked into the
state-owned Petrobras oil company s
network and spied on Brazilians who
entrusted their personal data to US tech
companies such as Facebook and Google.
The leader is so angered by the espi-
onage that she s considering cancelling
a trip to Washington next month where
she s scheduled to be honoured with a
Internet security and policy experts
say the Brazilian government s reaction
to information leaked by former NSA
contractor Edward Snowden is under-
standable, but warn it could set the
Internet on a course of Balkanization.
"The global backlash is only begin-
ning and will get far more severe in
coming months," said Sascha Meinrath,
director of the Open Technology Insti-
tute at the Washington-based New
America Foundation think tank.
While Brazil isn t proposing to bar
its citizens from US-based Web serv-
ices, it wants their data to be stored
locally. The danger of mandating that
kind of geographic isolation, Meinrath
said, is that it could render inoperable
popular software applications and serv-
ices and endanger the Internet s open,
interconnected structure. (AP)
to break from
TEHRAN---The joy of Iran s
Facebook and Twitter fans was
short-lived as authorities yester-
day restored blocks on social net-
works after filters were lifted for
several hours overnight.
The brief access was a "technical
glitch" that was quickly rectified,
according to communications official
Abdolsamad Khoramabadi, from the
board overseeing Internet in Iran.
But it could also point to increas-
ing internal struggles between
groups seeking to reopen Facebook
and other social networking sites,
and hard-liners in the Iranian
establishment, who remain firmly
in control of Internet access.
Many Facebook and Twitter fol-
lowers in the capital, Tehran, and
other Iranian cities assumed the
surprise Internet freedoms late
Monday were the result of policies
by newly elected President Hasan
Scores of Facebook users posted
notes of "Rouhani, Mochakerim,"
which is Farsi for "Thank you,
The postings quickly subdued
when reality struck and the sites
were no longer available yesterday
Iran restores blocks on Facebook, Twitter
women surf the
Internet at a
cafe in Tehran,
The joy of Iran's
lifted for several
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