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The Manager Maintenance Melt Shop reports to the General Manager Melt Shop and is responsible
for planning, implementation, and overall management of the maintenance process across all units
of the Melt Shop Facility. The execution of activities within this portfolio must be in keeping with the
production targets of the company and on-time delivery to Customers.
1. Establishes an efficient system to manage the procurement of spare parts for the Melt Shop
facility, ensuring that all components of the procurement value chain are engaged and the
relevant specifications and timelines for delivery are met.
2. Plan, execute and monitor annual plant turn-around activities and develop a management
strategy for directing all routine corrective and preventative maintenance activities.
3. Prepare, monitor and control budget allocations.
4. Develop and implement plant improvement initiatives that boost efficiency across the
medium and long term.
5. Oversee the process for management of all personnel related matters across the Unit --
performance management, training and development and issues resolution, as directed
by the Company's Human Resources procedures and policies.
6. Analyse all Mechanical, Electrical and Instrumentation jobs and prioritise their execution
within agreed time-frames and cost/efficiency structures.
7. Maximise the use of the Company's computerized maintenance management systems to
coordinate maintenance activities.
8. Engage with the Production and Process departments in order to ensure maximum
efficiency in the execution of all scheduled work activities across the facility.
9. Liaise with the Company's Central Repairs Workshop as well as External Workshops to
ensure all spare equipment are repaired and returned according to the required quality
and technical specifications.
10. Follow, implement, carryout, observe all Company rules pertaining to occupational safety,
health and environment.
11. Ensure that all jobs are executed within an established framework that meets the
Company's quality standards.
Qualifications & Experience
1. Minimum B.Sc. Engineering.
2. Post-graduate certification in Mechanical Engineering.
3. Minimum 5 years Industrial experience and understanding of the Global Steel Business.
Required Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
1. Excellent command of computer technology and all related Microsoft applications.
2. Expert command of SAP Management Systems.
3. Demonstrated competence in Work Flow and Project Management.
4. Keen understanding of Mechanical Maintenance within the Steel Industry.
Applications with full resumes and contact details should be labelled as follows and submitted to:
'Manager Maintenance - Melt Shop'
The Manager - Human Resources
ArcelorMittal Point Lisas Limited
P.O. Bag 476
Applicants are also required to submit their applications to:
The Chief Manpower Officer
Ministry of Labour, Small and Micro Enterprise Development
Level 11 Riverside Plaza
Port of Spain
Receipt of applications will cease on November 5 , 2013. Unsuitable applications will not be
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Visitors are often treated to free tea,
especially at carpet shops. A note of
warning: Some shopkeepers can be
Istanbul is scattered with religious
sites and most of them, particularly
Muslim and Christian houses of wor-
ship, are free. There are many to choose
from but the Sultanahmet Mosque,
better known as the Blue Mosque, in
the historic Sultanahmet district should
be on top of anyone s list. The mosque
stands out with its six minarets and a
cascade of domes, and derives its name
from the blue-and-white tiles that dec-
orate the inside.
Suleymaniye Mosque, near Sultanah-
met Mosque, built in honor of Sultan
Suleyman the Magnificent, is consid-
ered one of the masterpieces of the
famed Ottoman architect Sinan.
A hidden gem that should not be
missed is the 16th century Rustem Pasa
Mosque in Eminonu Square near the
Spice Market, boasting exquisite flo-
Istanbul s Balat district is home to
various Christian churches, including
St George s Church, the main cathedral
of the Greek Orthodox Ecumenical
Patriarchate, which is open to visitors.
Situated on Istiklal Avenue, St Anthony
of Padua Church is one of the oldest
Christian churches in Istanbul.
The narrow waterway---lined with
Ottoman palaces and waterside man-
sions called "yali"---connects the Black
Sea to the Sea of Marmara and bisects
Istanbul into European and Asian sides.
Scores of large oil tankers, cargo ships,
and other vessels sail through the
waterway each day. The best stretch
for a walk is on the European side of
the shore from the small former water-
front village of Ortakoy to the 15th cen-
tury Ottoman fortress of Rumelihisar.
Walk north toward the Bosporus Bridge
to reach the districts of Arnavutkoy
(Albanian village) and Bebek (Baby),
which boast beautiful promenades and
priceless shore-side mansions and
houses. The park above Bebek offers
impressive views of the waterway and
is a good stop for a picnic. Lucky visitors
can sometimes catch a glimpse of dol-
phins frolicking in the water.
Though visitors have to splurge on
a cheap ferry ride (around $2) to get
there, the Princes Islands in the Sea
of Marmara are a throwback to Turkey s
multicultural past. Initially a place of
exile during the Byzantine era, Turkey s
Christian and Jewish minorities even-
tually settled on the group of islands
making them their home. The four
main islands are today weekend retreats
for Turks looking to escape the hustle
and bustle of the city. With some
exceptions, motor vehicles are not
allowed on the islands and the main
forms of transport are horse-drawn
carriages and bicycles.
The largest and most popular of the
islands is Buyukada where visitors can
climb to the top of a hill to reach the
12th century Monastery of St George.
Locals like to light a candle and make
a wish. Burgazada offers a long beach
for those interested in a swim in the
cold Bosporus waters. Heybeliada is
home to the Holy Trinity Monastery,
a majestic hilltop building which served
as the Greek Orthodox seminary until
it was shut down in 1971. (AP)
Hidden gems can
be found in Turkey
People walk at Taksim Square, considered the city's main business and
entertainment centre that hosts a monument to Turkey's ubiquitous national
hero, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, and other founders of the modern Turkish
Republic, in Istanbul, Turkey.
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