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The Inspector of Works will be responsible for the inspection and supervision of construction and
o Do inspections in order to determine if the quality of work constructed is in accordance with the design and
o Monitor the day-to-day process of work to ensure completion within budget requirements.
o Collection of field data and preparation of site reports.
o Evaluate work performed by subcontractors and recommend payment.
o Maintain a daily log of force attendance , variations, equipment failure and weather conditions.
o Degree in Civil Engineering
o Ability to use AutoCAD
o Four (4) years experience in a construction environment
Animal Health Technician
The Animal Health Technician will be responsible for performing pre- and post-operative work and assisting the
Veterinarian or Clinician and Theatre Nurses in the pre- and post-operative care of animals.
o Assist in preparatory procedures on animals, which include the administration of anaesthetics, surgical
preparation, pre-medication, drapery for surgery, etc.
o Assist in the monitoring of animals in intensive care and responding to emergency situations
o Affix casts on animals and place IV catheters for fluid administration
o Assist with supervision during the various stages of anaesthetic proceedings
o Restrain dogs, cats and other animals, some of which may be aggressive
o Monitor animals' progress after surgery
o Assist with taking x-rays and ultrasounds
o Five (5) CXC O'level passes, two (2) of which must be English Language and Mathematics
o Graduation from a two (2) year accredited Animal Health Technology Programme or an equivalent combination
of education and experience
o At least two (2) years working experience in the field
Civil Technician III
The Civil Technician III will provide Joinery, Carpentry and Locksmith repair and maintenance functions for the
o Provide joinery, carpentry and locksmith repair and maintenance functions.
o Fabricate security bars and chains and signs, e.g. "No Entry", "No Parking".
o Fabricate and install all internal and external joinery and carpentry works, e.g. cupboards, counters,
cashiers' cases, etc.
o Operate woodworking machines to fabricate designs in the carpentry workshop.
o Repair and service all locks, cylinders and panic bars.
o Five (5) O'level passes, inclusive of Mathematics and English Language
o Certification as a Locksmith/Joiner/Carpenter would be an asset
o Five post-qualification years of experience in a similar job function
Tobago under-15 champions Whim Anglican
marched on to the semifinal round of the Atlantic
National Primary School Football League when
they defeated La Brea RC 2-0 at Guaracara Park,
in Marabella on Thursday.
Whim Anglican went into the lead in the 17th
minute through Ajahne Tony before stretching their
lead in the second half through a strike by Tareek
Richards, as the quarterfinal round of the Atlantic
Primary School Under-15 competition concluded.
At the Arima Velodrome, Dwight Yorke fired in
the first goal for Arima Boys RC in their 2-0 victory
over Mayaro RC. The former champion got their sec-
ond item from Jael Manson in the 40th minute.
Port-of-Spain Champions Eastern Boys Govern-
ment rained goals on Victoria Champion Vos Gov-
ernment. The former national champions who have
not won a championship since the late 70s now look
set to return to the winner s enclosure.
Jaheem Cudjoe scored three for Eastern Boys with
Jahil James getting two and Kidane Lewis netting
In the final game of the quarter-final Valencia RC
outplayed Couva South Government 3-0, to race into
1. Whim Anglican (2) Vs La Brea RC (0)
2: Valencia RC (3) Vs Couva South Gov't (0)
3. Mayaro RC (0) Vs Arima Boys RC (2)
4: Eastern Boys Govt (6) Vs VOS Gov't (0)
Mason Hall whips St Mary's
Tobago girls champion Mason Hall showed why
they are the champions of the sister isle when they
easily defeated St George East under-15 champion
St Mary Home by 4-0 in the quarterfinal round of
the Atlantic Primary School Under 15 competition.
Mason Hall led 2-0 at the half and looked certain
to go on to the semifinal with another two strikes
in the second half. The national title looks to be
staying in Tobago based on this display.
Port-of-Spain Champions Carenage Girls Gov-
ernment fell to Caroni giants and former national
champions Longdenville Government. Longdenville
went into the lead in the 10th minute when the Care-
nage custodian misjudged a shot from Abeola Abra-
ham and watch it roll onto her net. Aaliyah Adams
made it 2-0 three minutes after. The Carenage team
began to march forward and squandered away at
least five chances before the half ended.
In the second half it was all Carenage as they bom-
barded the Longdenville goall but continued to miss
with Natisha Jules being the main culprit. Jules finally
got her name on the scoresheet in the 30th minutes
before Abraham converted to give her team a two-
goal cushion. Carenage fought on barvely but missed
another five chances to walk off the field 1-3 los-
ers.Moruga RC atoned for their boy s defeat by Sacred
Heart Boys with a 4-0 drubbing of Penal RC while
Vos Government kept up the great work form of the
Victoria Schools with a polished display in dismissing
Manzanilla Government 3-0.
The Under 15 Boys will take to the field tomorrow
at three venues over T&T.
1. Whim Anglican vs La Brea Rc---Guaracara
2: Valencia RC Vs Couva South Gov't---Arima
3. Mayaro RC Vs Arima Boys RC---Arima Vel---
4: Eastern Boys Gov't Vs VOS Govt---H C
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