Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : March 30th 2014 Contents A54
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CUSTOMER SERVICE AGENTS
? Duties consist of functions involving close interaction with foreign visitors and fellow citizens who are departing and arriv-
ing on flights.
? Screening of Passenger travel documents to determine validity for domestic and international travel
? Duties include the processing of incoming and outgoing of flights with the Governmental Authorities in accordance with
Laws, procedures and regulations and the fostering of an excellent and pleasant working relationship with All State Authorities,
Customers, the General Public and coworkers
? Flight Bookings and Ticketing
? Technical Duties relating to flight operations
AVIATION SECURITY AGENTS
• Duties consist of functions involving close interaction with foreign visitors and fellow citizens who are departing and
arriving on flights.
• Physical and Electronic Screening of passengers, travel documents, their luggage and cargo.
• Controlling and monitoring access to restricted areas including Aircrafts.
• Interception of prohibited items and substances and invalid travel documents.
• Report writing and investigations.
AIRPORT CARGO AGENTS
• Duties include the processing of incoming and outgoing cargo flights with the Governmental Authorities in accordance
with Laws, procedures and regulations and the fostering of an excellent and pleasant working relationship with All State
Authorities and coworkers.
• Tallying and processing of incoming and outgoing cargo and mail.
• Electronic and Telephone communications with customers as required.
• Use of electronic cargo processing systems.
• Maintaining an excellent professional and pleasant relationship with direct and indirect customers as well as the
AIRPORT BAGGAGE AND CARGO HANDLERS
• Duties include the handling of passengers' baggage and cargo both in outdoor and indoor conditions.
• The physical ability to lift packages and baggage by hand up to 70 pounds (proper technique training shall be provided)
• The physical ability to work in confined and movement restricted spaces requiring bending, crouching and kneeling and
where pulling and pushing of packages of varying weight and dimensions shall be required.
• Persons with valid driver's license shall have the opportunity to be trained as Equipment Operators and Drivers.
THE FOLLOWING IS APPLICABLE TO ALL OF THE ABOVE POSITIONS
• Shift system inclusive of Early Morning, Evening to Night and Overnight shifts.
• Minimum of two days off per week.
• Work days include public holidays and weekends
• Monthly Attendance Incentives and Annual Performance Bonuses
• These are full time permanent employment opportunities.
All interested applicants are required to submit their application to:
The Human Resource Department
P.O. Box 558, Wrightson Road, Port of Spain
E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for submission - April 20th 2014
THE UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) invites applications from suitably qualified
nationals of Trinidad and Tobago for the position of:
Assistant Resident Representative (Programme)
Under the guidance of the UN Resident Coordinator/UNDP Resident Representative (RC/RR), the
Assistant Resident Representative (Programme) (ARR-P) leads and represents UNDP and functions as a
part of the Senior Management Team. The ARR-P covers a broad range of issues ranging from
programme formulation to delivery and representing UNDP when the RC/RR is acting as the Coordinator
of the UN system. The main role is to manage the country programme including continued monitoring
of implementation. Within the framework of the UNDAF Results Matrix and the Country Programme
Document and under the overall guidance of the RC/RR, the (ARR-P) is responsible for strategic
planning, programme formulation and creative responses to emerging complex challenges.
How to Apply
For full details on this vacancy notice, including further information on job requirements, duties and
qualifications, please visit the following website: h
Candidates should download and complete the P.11 Personal History Form located on the UNDP
) and submit same together with their application (including a
CV, cover letter and the signed P.11 History Form) by April 14, 2014 to:
United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
UN House, 3A Chancery Lane,
P.O. Box 812,
(Re: Assistant Resident Representative (Programme))
UNSUITABLE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACKNOWLEDGED
Two T&T players, national cham-
pion FM Ryan Harper and Allan
Munro, have taken the lead with a
perfect score after three rounds in
the Subzonal chess tournament
which has attracted an international
field of 55 players to Port-of-Spain.
Harper and Munro together with
IM Miguel Sanchez Munoz of
Ecuador have a perfect score of
three points each.
Half a point behind them are Jose
Ramon Mora Moron of Venezuela,
FM Yu Tien Poon of Barbados, Jasel
Lopez of Aruba, FM Delisle Warner
of Barbados, Ravishen Singh of T&T
and FM Orlando Husbands of Bar-
The nine-round Subzonal, the first
to be held in Trinidad, is taking place
at the Ambassador Hotel and comes
to an end on Tuesday. A total of 31
T&T players are matching skills with
14 visitors coming from Barbados,
Jamaica, Venezuela, Suriname,
Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Aruba
The Subzonal is the first step in
the programme for qualifying for the
World Championship. Players secur-
ing the first four places move into
the zonals, with the inter-zonals and
Candidates to follow.
The Subzonal is sponsored by the
Ministry of Tourism and First Cit-
izens Asset Management. Among
those addressing the opening cere-
mony was Deborah Joseph, senior
research officer in the Research and
Planning Department of the Tourism
Ministry. She said the Ministry was
pleased to be associated with the
Chess Association in supporting the
She pointed out that sport is a
well-known "tourism niche" and
pointed to the Subzonal tournament
as a signal that "sports tourism can
indeed become a thriving reality in
Trinidad and Tobago."
"It is my understanding that chess
is not just a game. It is a puzzle that
challenges the minds of people,
young and old," she said.
"Chess is supposed to be a moti-
vator, a compelling argument that
says, You can succeed, all you have
to do is try. "
Joseph referred to chess as "a life
lesson, encouraging foresight, time
management and complex thinking.
It is also an equalizer, bridging dif-
ferences age, gender and mental
capacities. No matter who you are,
or how you think, all it takes is effort
and the will to succeed and excel."
Also speaking at the opening were
Anderson Gordon, president of the
T&TCA; Hallan Morean, Deputy
Chairman of the Sport and Youth
Committee of the Port-of-Spain
Corporation; Russel Smith, Inter-
national Arbiter and Secretary of
Harper, Munro lead
in Subzonal chess
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