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TTRINTOC (PENAL) CREDIT UNION
CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY LIMITED
Established in 1954
Clarke Road, Penal, TTrinidad, West Indies
NOTICE OF THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Notice is hereby given that the Sixtieth (60th) Annual General Meeting of the
Trintoc (Penal) Credit Union Co-operative Society, Limited will be held on:
Saturday 10th May, 2014
Penal Central Community Centre
The main business of the meeting will be to:
1. Receive the Minutes of the 59th Annual General Meeting
2. Receive reports for the Year 2013 as follows:
a. Board of Directors
b. Credit Committee
d. Treasurer's Report
Nominations Committee Report
f. Auditors Report
3. Present the 2014 Budget
4. Propose Resolutions
5. Elect Board and Committee Members
6. Transact any other business
Registration begins at 2:30 pm. Annual brochures can be collected at the
Credit Union's office from April 30th 2014.
TRINTOC (PENAL) CREDIT UNION
CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY LIMITED
NATIONAL HELICOPTER SERVICES LIMITED
National Helicopter Services Limited, a leading provider of helicopter transport
and related services to the energy and state sectors, is seeking to recruit a
suitably qualified professional to fill the following position:
The Avionics Engineer is responsible for the maintenance of communication and navigation
equipment/systems installed in NHSL’s aircrafts in accordance with the relevant aircraft
Maintenance Schedules. He will also be required to maintain the radio workshop and battery bay
equipment to ensure that they are always in good operating conditions.
Duties will include but are not limited to:
Inspects, maintains, modifies and repairs all aircraft and associated equipment in
accordance with manufacturer instructions, regulatory and Company requirements.
Troubleshoots and diagnose complex aircraft avionic systems.
Maintains the ground radio station and battery servicing as required.
Supervises technicians and ensures that all duties performed are in accordance with
Minimum Qualifications Required
Electrical/Electronic Engineering Technician Diploma or equivalent.
Aircraft Avionics Engineer’s License in any of the following Categories X (Instruments &
Electrical) R (Comms/Nav) X (Radar)
Demonstrable knowledge of aircraft avionics systems.
Minimum three (3) years’ experience in the capacity as an Engineer preferably helicopters.
Autopilot Endorsement would be an asset
Compass Compensation would be an asset
Sound Communication Skills.
Strong Interpersonal Skills.
Excellent Analytical Skills.
Willingness to work extended hours.
Detailed applications together with copies of all documentary evidence of Academic
Qualifications, Training and Experience and the names of two Referees should be forwarded to:
The Human Resource Manager
CHIEF MANPOWER OFFICER
National Helicopter Services Limited
Ministry of Labour & Small &
Micro Enterprise Development
Level 3, Duke Place
P.O. Bag 68
50-54 Duke Street
No later than 30th April, 2014
Unsuitable applications would not be acknowledged.
QUITO—Ecuador’s government has
ordered everyone in the US Embassy’s
military group, about 20 Defence
Department employees, to leave the
country by month’s end, The Associ-
ated Press has learned.
The group was ordered to halt oper-
ations in Ecuador in a letter dated April
7, embassy spokesman Jeffrey Wein-
shenker said Thursday.
The AP was alerted to the expulsions
by a senior Ecuadorean official who
refused to be identified by name due to
the information’s sensitive nature.
The expulsion does not affect the
embassy’s US military attache, said an
President Rafael Correa publicly com-
plained in January that Washington had
too many military officers in Ecuador,
claiming there were 50, and said they
had been “infiltrated in all sectors.” At
the time, he said he planned to order
some to leave.
Correa was in Spain yesterday and
made no public comment about the
issue. Foreign Minister Ricardo Patino
also was in Europe, a ministry official
said, saying only Patino could comment.
Shortly after taking office in 2007,
Correa purged Ecuador’s military of offi-
cers deemed to have close relations with
US counterparts. He also ended an
agreement with Washington that allowed
US drug interdiction flights to be based
at the Ecuadorean airfield in Manta.
The US Embassy spokesman said the
military group being expelled has 20
Defence Department employees, not all
of them uniformed.
Weinshenker said Washington pro-
vided $7 million in security assistance
to Ecuador last year, including technical
training for maintaining aircraft and co-
operation in combatting drug trafficking,
human trafficking and terrorism. Build-
ing relationships with counterparts in
partner nations’ militaries is a big part
of such missions, particularly as US
commercial influence ebbs in the region.
Although it has shrunk during Correa’s
administration, US military co-operation
in Ecuador dates back four decades, and
Weinschenker said that “all the activities
we have carried out have had the explicit
approval of our Ecuadorean counter-
US relations with the Correa govern-
ment suffered strains even before Correa
provided asylum in 2012 to WikiLeaks
founder Julian Assange, whose organ-
isation published troves of leaked US
military documents and diplomatic
cables highly embarrassing to Wash-
US military group
This Thursday photo shows a meeting between Nepalese government delegation and Sherpa mountain
guides near Everest base camp, Nepal. Nepal’s attempts to salvage the Mount Everest climbing season
took another hit yesterday as more Sherpa mountain guides packed and left the base camp for their village
homes a week after the deadliest disaster on the world’s highest mountain. AP PHOTO
SHERPAS CLIMB DOWN
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