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We invite applications for the positions of :
The Human Resource Officer
CARIRI - Caribbean Industrial Research Institute
While we thank you for your interest, unsuitable applications would not be acknowledged
Please submit resume, with telephone contact number, by Friday April 18, 2014 to:
The Materials Engineer will provide metallurgical
consultancy and analytical services to CARIRI's internal
and external clients. This involves conducting analytical
tests on metallic and non-metallic materials and reporting
on these tests. The position designs and executes
consultancies and investigations of metallurgical problems
on components and/or processes including
developing/selecting test methods, materials classification,
physical metallurgy and failure analysis. Additionally, the
position develops applied research subjects and
implements research in the areas of Metallurgy and/or
Qualifications and Experience
BSc Degree in Materials Engineering, Metallurgy,
Physics or Mechanical Engineering (a post-graduate
degree would be an advantage).
Five years experience in a manufacturing, laboratory,
research or consultancy environment.
Knowledge of metallurgical testing and procedures;
X-Ray analytical techniques; NDT; electron microscopy;
weld testing and inspection and manufacturing and
processing of metals.
Good interpersonal, communication, IT and
multi-tasking skills are essential.
To work with ICT personnel in the execution of various
components of an ICT Project including Awareness
Forums, Diagnostic Scoping Studies and ICT
Interventions. The incumbent will be required to assist
with execution of project plans, management of project
activities in accordance with work plans and development
of project reports.
- Mobile application development
- Database design and administration
- Programming/Application development
- Knowledge and experience with data communications
Qualifications and Experience
BSc in Information Technology, Computer Science,
Engineering or related field
At least two years' experience working in a similar
Proficiency in MS Word, MS Project, MS Excel and
Effective presentation, writing, project reporting and
Experience in Project planning and the Printing and
Packaging and/or Food and Beverage Industries will be
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Sat 5th April - 7.30 p.m.
Sun 6th April - 5.30 p.m.
Fri 4th April - 8.00 p.m.
OPENING DAY: 2 persons on 1 ticket ($150)
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BERLIN---German authorities are
investigating the suspected theft
of passwords for some 18 million
Interior Ministry spokesman
Harald Neymanns said Friday an
analysis by Germany s Internet
security agency determined that
about three million of the affected
addresses were German. It s not
clear where the others were from.
The agency analysed the hacking
at the request of prosecutors in the
northern town of Verden, but offi-
cials gave no details on who owned
the accounts, citing data protection
laws, or how they learned of the
password theft. The agency says
it s working with e-mail providers
to determine how to inform people
who may be affected.
In a separate case, German
authorities said in January that an
analysis of hijacked computer net-
works has turned up about 16 mil-
lion compromised online accounts.
large-scale password theft
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