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The Eco-Industrial Development Company of Tobago (E-IDCOT) Ltd is a private limited liability company,
established by the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) to assist in the diversification of the Tobago economy
through the promotion of environmentally-sustainable production, and the provision of project management
services on the island.
The Company invites applications from suitably qualified Nationals for the position of Marketing and
o Develop the Company's Marketing Plan, in collaboration with relevant internal and external stakeholders.
o Promote the Cove Business Park as a viable investment location and E-IDCOT as the investment
sourcing entity for Tobago.
o Prepare / facilitate preparation and review all the Company's promotional material.
o Conduct Public and Media relations programs on a continuous basis.
o Plan, organise and implement seminars, conferences, workshops and other organisational events,
internal and external.
o Update and maintain Company website and other e-marketing communications.
o A first degree in Marketing with at least two (2) years' experience in the industry; OR
o A first degree in Business Administration / Management / Communications with emphasis on
marketing, with at least three (3) years' experience in the industry
o A 'people person' capable of interacting and networking with persons at all levels.
o Energetic, outgoing and well organised
o Strong computer literacy and solid writing abilities.
o Works well under pressure
o Deadline and results driven.
o Ability to work in a team-based environment and in teams.
It was a quiet ending to the five-day National
Age-Group Long Course Swimming Champi-
onships hosted by the Amateur Swimming Asso-
ciation of T&T at Marlins Swimming Pool, Morne
Coco Road, WestMoorings on Sunday night.
This after no more records fell, following Sat-
urday s two record swims from Vrisnelit Faure and
However, a host of swimmers managed to put
their names in the mix for selection to the Carifta
Swimming Championship and Caribbean Islands
The night started with Jahmia Harley (Tidal Wave
Aquatics) winning the girls 11-12, 200m backstroke
with the time of 2:44.94 (Carifta "B" qualifying
standard time ).
Harley went on to place second in the 50m
Freestyle clocking a 29.72 ("C" Standard).
That even was won by Jada Chai (Atlantis Aquat-
ics) who finished the race in 28.97 ("B" Standard).
Chai dominated the 100m butterfly event; which
was before the freestyle, clocking a 1:07.53; well
within the Carifta "A" qualifying time.
Vrisnelit Faure (Areios Aquatechs); the lone female
record breaker at this competition, came in second
to Chai with a 1:12.61 ("B" Standard).
In the boys 11-12 age-group, Jae-Hwa Lee Wing
(Tidal Wave) won the 200m backstroke; 2.43.48
("C" Standard) ahead of Blue Dolphins Jean-Marc
Granderson (2:45.29) who also attained a C qual-
ifying time while in the 13-14 equivalent, James
Gillette of Marlins achieved a "B" standard time
(2:23.50) in his victory.
In the distance event, the 1500m freestyle, record-
breaker Christian Marsden of Marlins won the with
a time of 17:36.67 ("B" Standard) ahead of Tidal
Wave s Kael Yorke who also went under the B time
Yorke later won the 100m butterfly with a Carifta
"A" time (1.01.02).
The 11-12, 100m butterfly event produced three
Carifta "C" qualifiers in Tidal Wave s Aqeel Joseph
(1:10.85); Marlins Luke Gillette (1.12.16) and Tidal
Wave s Josiah Duke.
The 15-17 age group saw Jabari Baptiste (Marlins)
and David Mcleod (Atlantis) at it in the 100m but-
Baptiste although slower in the finals than in the
heats; 56.87 as opposed to his 56.75, won the race
comfortably within the Carifta "B" qualifying time.
However, in the 50m freestyle Mc Leod (David)
was the first place finisher (23.90; "A" standard)
with Baptiste (24.20; "B" Standard) close behind.
The 50m freestyle events ran quickly, a stark
change from the 1500m event than was swum ear-
lier. Amira Pilgrim (Atlantis) achieved her Carifta
"B" time (28.41) in the 13-14 category.
The boys saw its top four finishers all with Carifta
"B" times; Osaze Riley ( 25.69) of Areios Aquatech
winning the event, Justin Samlalsingh (Centre of
Excellence Sea Hawks ) came in second (25.80),
James Gillette (Marlins) placed third (26.01) and
Christopher Mohammed ( Sea Hawks) came in
fourth ( 26.12). Kristen Julien achieved her Carifta
"A" standard in the 15-17, 50m freestyle when she
touched the wall in 27.26.
At the end of the night Jeron O brien (Tidal
Wave) who just missed out on the Carifta time for
the 100m breaststroke opted for a time trial in a
final attempt to qualify for the Carifta squad.
O Brien bettered the time he swam the day before
and achieved his goal when he hit the wall in 1:08.21.
The selection of the Carifta swim team takes
place today with the meet carded for April 22-26
in Aruba while the CISC meet is slated for Barbados
Quiet end to Long Course swim meet
Eight & Under Girls
1. Zoe Anthony (Marlins)
2. Neishelah Caseman (TWA)
3. Kiara Goodridge
Eight & Under Boys
1. Zarek Wilson (Atlantis) & Josiah
Changar (Sea Hawks)
3. Nikoli Blackman (Marlins)
1. Victoria Gillette (Marlins) & Naomi
3. Celine-Marie Baptiste (TWA)
1. Daniel Jesurum (Sea Hawks)
2. Riquelio Joseph (Sea Hawks)
3. Johann-Matthew Matamoro (TWA)
1. Jada Chai (Atlantis)
2. Sabrina David (TWA) & Jahmia
1. Aqeel Joseph (TWA)
2. Luke Gillette (Marlins)
3. Josiah Duke (TWA)
1. Mikka Cabral (Marlins)
2. Marissa Dickson (Aqua Darts)
3. Shenia Clapperton (Tsunami)
1. Kael Yorke (TWA)
2. Jeron Thompson (Atlantis)
3. Christian Marsden (Marlins)
1. Theana Hay (Sea Hawks)
2. Syriah David (TWA)
3. Sangeeta Maharaj (Atlantis)
1. David Mc Leod (Atlantis)
2. Jabari Baptiste (Marlins)
3. Derelle Prescott (Aqua Darts)
18 & Over Girls
1. Marie Marcano (UTT)
2. Kimberly Joseph (UTT)
3. Chelsea Redon (Marlins)
18 & Over Boys
1. Dominic Mc Leod (Atlantis)
2. Mark Alexis (UTT)
3. Abraham Mc Leod (Atlantis)
OVERALL AGE-GROUP WINNERS
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