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Group of Companies
We are a leading Company in the Construction industry in Trinidad and Tobago. The Group is
involved in limestone quarrying, sand and gravel mining and processing, production and
manufacturing of ready-mix concrete, asphaltic concrete, block manufacturing, road
construction and rehabilitation and other general civil engineering, infrastructure works
and building construction works.
The successful candidate will be required to provide management and leadership in the planning
and delivery of Engineering and Construction Project.
Responsibilities will include, but not be limited to the following:
Develop and implement the Company's Mining and Extraction strategy and development
Determine and design Asphalt Mixes to meet Contractual obligations.
Provide coaching and mentor for young professional in the mining and extraction function.
Provide subject matter expertise in the Development of project proposals and plan.
Managing assigned projects, taking into account integration across all areas.
Directing and Managing of project schedules to enable flawless delivery of project activity.
Monitoring and managing of project schedules to enable mitigation risks and enable
Negotiate and resolve issues as they arise across areas of the project and where they
impact on other activities of the business.
Communicating project status to all team members and other senior Engineering and
Operations staff to ensure a seamless relationship in the delivery of projects.
A Minimum Of Fifteen (15) years experience.
Post graduate qualification in Project/Contract management or related area or any
equivalent combination of academic qualifications and experience.
Coosal's Group of Companies
Human Resources Department
Corporate Head Office
#1 Coosals Boulevard,
Madras Road, P.O. Box 9235, Cunupia
Via email: email@example.com
Tel: 868 693 1985, 1910, 0069, 2426
Visit our website at: www.coosals.com
Closing date: Friday 28th March, 2014.
INDIAN WELLS---Novak Djokovic
came into Indian Wells for the
first time in four years without a
He left with a $1 million check
and his first trophy of the year,
beating Roger Federer 3--6, 6--3,
7--6 (3) on Sunday night to win
the BNP Paribas Open for the third
"Not winning a title and coming
here, there were certain doubts,"
Djokovic said. "I had ups and
downs in my concentration in
opening rounds, but I managed to
stay mentally strong and have that
self-belief. That s something that
definitely makes this title very spe-
cial to me."
Federer rallied from a break down
and a 5--3 deficit in the third set
to force the tiebreaker, but he made
a slew of mistakes to lose the 33rd
meeting between the rivals.
Federer still leads the series
17--16, having beaten Djokovic in
three sets in the semifinals at Dubai
two weeks ago. Djokovic will remain
No 2 in the world, while Federer
will rise three spots to No 5 yes-
terday in the ATP Tour rankings.
Flavia Pennetta routed injured
Agnieszka Radwanska 6--2, 6--1 to
win the women s title, the biggest
of her career.
Federer was trying to win a
record fifth title in the Southern
California desert, and at 32, he
would have been the oldest Mas-
ters 1000 winner since 34-year-
old Andre Agassi won in 2004.
But Djokovic wouldn t allow it.
After Federer breezed to the first
set in 31 minutes, Djokovic earned
the lone break of the second set
to go up 5--3 after Federer pulled
a forehand wide.
Djokovic got the early break in
the third, again on one of Federer s
forehand errors, to lead 2--1. His
112-mph (180 kph) ace gave him a
4--2 lead, and he extended it to
5--3 with a backhand winner down
the line. But Federer then served
a love-game to make it 5--4 and
broke Djokovic to tie the set, 5-all.
"I was able to just keep the pres-
sure on Novak and show him that
if he slips up, I will be there and
I will make it a very competitive
match in the end for him," Federer
In the tiebreaker, however, the
Serb raced to a 5--1 lead, helped
by four errors from Federer, and
closed it out when Federer s back-
hand landed in the net.
"At the end, he made sure he
kept the ball in play and I might
have made a few too many errors
when it really mattered," Federer
Djokovic stops Federer
to take Paribas title
Novak Djokovic, of Serbia, kisses the trophy after he beat Roger Federer, of
Switzerland, 3--6, 6--3, 7--6 to win the final match of the BNP Paribas Open tennis
tournament late Sunday in Indian Wells, California. AP PHOTO
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