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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
RIYADH---Thousands of African migrants residing
illegally in Saudi Arabia s main city of Riyadh sur-
rendered to police yesterday, residents said, a day
after two people were killed in violent clashes
between Ethiopians and vigilante residents backed
The clashes, which also injured 68, were the clearest
sign yet of how rapidly a nationwide crackdown on
millions of foreign workers in Saudi Arabia could
spiral into chaos and instability in the tightly-con-
The sweeps and deportations appear to have broad
backing by Saudis since it is aimed largely at creating
more job opportunities for the kingdom's own citizens,
who comprise less than half of the country's work-
The official Saudi news agency said police arrested
561 rioters who barricaded themselves in the narrow
streets of Riyadh's Manhoufa neighbourhood Saturday
night. It said they threw stones, threatened people
with knives and damaged more than 100 cars and
The agency described the rioters as "anonymous"
without saying why they were rioting. It quoted
Riyadh police spokesman Brig Gen Nasser al-Qahtani
as saying a Saudi man and an unidentified person
were killed by rioters, who were mostly foreign workers
who did not have valid work permits and were facing
An Egyptian resident who has lived in Manhoufa
for more than 30 years told the Associated Press that
violence erupted when Ethiopian migrants wielding
guns and sticks closed off busy streets and forced
stores to close early in protest of the killing of an
Ethiopian man by police last week during raids against
He said the Ethiopians also were protesting the
new security sweep, which comes after seven months
of warnings by Saudi authorities. The resident spoke
on condition of anonymity for fear of retribution
from his neighbours and authorities.
He said angry vigilante Saudi residents of Manhoufa
fought and even detained some Ethiopians until police
arrived more than two hours later. In other parts of
the neighbourhood, Ethiopians threw rocks at police
cars trying to enter the area, he said.
Video taken by residents in the neighbourhood
and shared on state-backed news Web sites showed
a crowd of Saudi residents banging on an Ethiopian
man's front door, before pulling him out and hitting
him in the street as he lay curled up on the ground.
The resident said he saw similar scenes of Saudis
beating Ethiopians and cheering on the police when
Other residents in Mahoufa said they saw dozens
of buses carrying thousands of African migrants,
including women and children, out of the neigh-
bourhood yesterday, to temporary housing along the
airport road in Riyadh. They also spoke on condition
of anonymity for fear of retribution from authori-
The Interior Ministry, which is in charge of police,
has not released figures for the total number of arrests
made since the crackdown began a week ago. Officials
quoted in Saudi newspapers say more than 30,000
foreigners have been detained.
Police said in a statement that more than 4,000
migrants have been detained in Riyadh alone. (AP)
2 killed as
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