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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 an asset
APPLICATION SHOULD BE SUBMITTED BY 18TH OCTOBER 2013 AND
L&S Surveying Ltd
The Human Resource Coordinator
L & S Surveying Services Ltd.
#29 Harris Street San Fernando
email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Prime Minister Kamla Per-
sad-Bissessar has extended
condolences to bereaved rela-
tives of social activist Sheilah
Solomon and veteran actor
Solomon, who had been
T&T s Unesco representative for
more than 20 years, died at 82
on Monday morning. Marshall
passed away on Saturday at his
home in Diego Martin.
Marshall, 88, was best known
for his performance as Mous-
tique in Derek Walcott s Dream
on Monkey Mountain, a role he
He was a founding member
of Walcott s Trinidad Theatre
Workshop, along with Claude
Reid and Errol Jones, andl served
many times on the executive of
the National Drama Associa-
Persad-Bissessar, in a state-
ment yesterday, said both
Solomon and Marshall distin-
guished themselves "through
their respective contributions to
culture and national develop-
The Prime Minister said she
is mindful that during Solomon s
many years of activism, her
strength of character, courage,
and dedication contributed sig-
nificantly to the strengthening
of local government services and
to promoting constitutional
One of Solomon s passions,
the PM said, was her support
of initiatives to improve the sta-
tus and condition of women and
girls worldwide and "her life s
work was of immense value to
the development of T&T."
She said Marshall will be
fondly remembered for his long-
standing contribution to culture,
theatre and the arts.
"His commitment to his craft
was outstanding and serves as
an inspiration to all. He was a
dedicated mentor to many aspir-
ing actors who gravitated
towards him for guidance and
direction," the PM said.
PM pays tribute to
A 12-year-old school boy who stabbed his
schoolmate with a pointed instrument was
yesterday sent to St Michael s Home for Boys
for two weeks.
Chaguanas Magistrate Brambhanan Dubay
expressed concern about the boy s behaviour,
particularly given his age.
The magistrate ordered a Probation Officer s
report and will sentence the boy after receiving
The Form Two student of Cunupia Second-
ary School pleaded guilty to assaulting a 12-
year-old girl, a Form One pupil.
Police prosecutor Sgt Michael Sooker said
the incident took place on October 1.
He said the boy stabbed the girl in the left
leg in the school s corridor with a divider, a
component of a geometry set.
The girl was treated and discharged from
The magistrate adjourned the matter to
Teen remanded for
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