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L & S Surveying Services Limited a leading provider in the field
of surveying and mapping services is inviting suitable qualified
professionals to apply for the positions below. Our company is a
dynamic, growing organization which is customer focused and
promotes a positive learning culture, to encourage the develop-
ment of our employees to their fullest potential.
Prepare clear, complete, accurate and detailed drawings for the
production of various plans including cadastral plans; engineer-
ing drawings, alignment sheets etc.
Minimum Qualifications & Experience
• Formal technical certification in AutoCAD Level 3 &
Technical Drawing from a recognized institution.
• 2 years experience as a drafts man.
• Experience production of cadastral and topographic
plans will be an asset.
The ideal candidate will be required to assist the surveyor in
effectively carrying out the daily activities of a survey.
Minimum Qualifications & Experience
• 3 CXC passes
• 2 years experience in the cadastral surveying will be
• Physically fit
• Experience in working in an outdoor environment.
• Ability to work long hour outdoors.
• Effective handling of cutting tools.
• Valid driver's license will be am]n asset
Application should be submitted by 18th October 2013an
The Human Resource Coordinator
#29 Harris Street
T&T s Simon Blake and Daneil
Williams missed out on qualifi-
cation to yesterday s main draw
quarterfinals, after ending Pool
H play with a 1-2 record, at the
USA Volleyball-hosted eighth leg
of the 2013 Norceca Beach Circuit,
at the US Olympic Training Cen-
ter, Chula Vista, California.
Playing in Pool H, the Toco-
born pairing of Blake and Williams
swept past Hondurans Luis Coto
and Manuel Serrano 21-16, 21-17
but was then beaten by USA-B
Nick Lucena and Theo Brunner,
10-21, 14-21 in their second match
on Friday, before losing a must-
win clash with USA-A duo Tri
Bourne and John Hyden 12-21, 7-
21.On Friday, Lucena and Brunner
beat their compatriots Bourne and
Hyden, 21-15, 21-15 and completed
pool play with a 21-13, 21-16 defeat
of Coton and Serrano to end with
a 3-0 record.
In Pool F, Puerto Rico s Hector
Soto and Roberto Rodriguez, run-
ners-up last month in Puerto Rico,
defeated Canada s Michael Plantiga
and Cameron Wheelan 21-14, 21-
14 and followed up with victory
against Marc Anthony Lomeli and
Anthony Scott Pippen of US Virgin
Islands, 21-12, 21-16.
In Pool E, Mexico s Mario Bar-
rragan Medel and Julio Manrique
Espejel won matches over
Guatemala s Julio Anibal and Reci-
nos Ocana 21-19, 21-12 and Cullen
Diehl and Austin Pitten of US Vir-
gin Islands 21-9, 21-12, while in
Pool G, Canada-A s Ryan Vanden-
burg and Andrew Hinchey defeated
Costa Ricans Julio Alvarez and
Diego Alpizar 21-9, 21-13 and a
USA-C duo, 21-16, 22-20 for a 2-
Pool play was expected to be
completed yesterday, following the
main draw single elimination up
to the semifinals, which takes place
today ahead of the finals.
Last month in Puerto Rico, Blake
and Williams were ninth from 16
teams, while two weeks earlier
T&T s Colin Bernard and Fabien
Whitfield had a 0-4 performance
in Mexico for 15th spot from 16
In other tournaments so far this
season, Blake and Williams had a
best finish of fifth in the third leg
at Campo Marte Park, Guatemala
City, Guatemala, back in April,
while they were 11th out of 16
men s teams in the opening tour-
nament of the season, in Cayman
Islands in March, and seventh of
13 teams in the second leg in Boca
Chica, Dominican Republic, also
In the women s tourney, four
teams went undefeated on the first
day of pool play in Puerto Rico;
Mexico and Costa Rica all went 2-
0 on Friday along with both teams
from the USA.
In Pool A, Puerto Rico s Darian
Acevedo and Vanessa Velez beat
Cayman Islands Jessica Wolfenden
and Cristin Alexander in straight
sets 2-0 (21-17, 21-16). They had
a tougher time against the Cana-
da-A team of Claudia Seguin and
Brandie Wilkerson before winning
2-1 (24-22, 14-21, 15-8).
In Pool C, the Mexico-A team
of Martha Ravuelta and Bibiana
Candelas won matches against St
Kitts & Nevis Brenda Allen and
Shanicia Dyer 2-0 (21-12, 21-10)
and the sisters of Guatemala-B
Maria Jose Orellana and Maria
Andrea Orellana 2-0 (21-9, 21-13).
T&T is not represented in the
women s comeptition after failing
to register on time.
However, a week ago in Puerto
Rico, the T&T pair of Ayana Dyette
and Nancy Joseph secured the
eighth spot from 16 teams at the
seventh leg, after they were beaten
in their main draw quarterfinal by
Canada-A s Kacie Mac Tavish and
Caleigh Whitaker 9-21, 10-21.
The performance by Dyette and
Joseph, who twice ended fourth
last year on the circuit, was the
best showing by a T&T women s
team so far this year and made
amends for the 0-5 record by Elki
Phillip and Pauline Woodroffe in
Mexico where they ended 12th of
Phillip and Apphia Glasgow were
also 12th in their first tournament
of the season, while La Teisha
Joseph and Kinesha Marshall were
winless in Guatemala after no T&T
women s team participated in the
first two events in Cayman Islands
and Dominican Republic.
Following the event in California,
the next stop on the tour will be
St Lucia from October 9 to 14
where T&T s Joseph/Dyette and
Woodroffe/Phillip will all compete
along with one of the T&T men s
The remainder of the tour for
this season will feature stops in
Costa Rica (October 30 to Novem-
ber 4) and T&T, from November
13 to 18.
miss out on Chula
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