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ATTORNEY AT LAW
ATTORNEY AT LAW
A. V. Knowles & Co Limited, the Caribbean's largest Credit management
services Company, is seeking to recruit a qualified Attorney at Law to fill a
position at our south Branch office.
To provide professional legal services for our Company's Commercial and
Retail Debt Collection division, as well as provide other specific legal services
needed from time to time.
• Manage a portfolio of receivables for diverse clients.
Negotiate settlements of legal matters for all our clients.
Manage the operations of the South Litigation Department.
Provide legal counsel to all the Company's personnel within the Group
Perform any other related duties as may be required from time to time.
Bachelor of Law Degree with a minimum of 2 years work experience
Eligible to practice law in Trinidad & Tobago
An In-depth knowledge of contract law and civil law
Sound knowledge and understanding of standard credit and collections
procedures would be an asset.
Skills and Competencies:
Ability to work in a highly confidential environment
Must possess strong organizational and time management skills
Must possess excellent oral and communication skills
Must be proficient in MS Office suite
Please send a cover letter and resume by May 13th, 2014 via:
Mail: Human Resources c/o A.V. Knowles & Co. Ltd.
50 Woodford St, Woodbrook.
If you are looking for a job right
now, it is certain to take longer
than you would like. The culprit
is not just the recession --- job
boards have made it easier to
apply, so now it s the norm that
hundreds of resumes from across
the world chase the same job.
With that amount of activity, the
job search has become more like
a marathon than a sprint.
And because the job search takes
longer with so many still out of work,
inevitably more people are frustrated,
even devastated, by it. Many employ-
ers use automated systems to cull the
resumes down, which makes the
process more impersonal and harder
So how do you keep your spirits up
in such a tough environment? I asked
this question of several people, includ-
ing Lila, a Greek marketing profes-
sional job-hunting in Athens (which
has got to be one of the toughest
searches out there).
The best advice Lila gave was
to manage your feelings. Becoming
negative, cynical, or depressed will
work against you. When you get angry
with yourself, it shows, Lila says. Don t
believe you can easily fake energy and
enthusiasm. Most interviewers will
pick up your real feelings.
Actively manage your feelings so
that you actually are happy, focused,
and energetic. Admittedly this is not
easy, especially for the millions of
long-term unemployed. Here are some
changes that should help in this cul-
ture of rejection:
Be your own good
manager. Since searching for a job
is indeed a full-time job in itself, man-
A leading Elevator and Escalator Company in Trinidad and Tobago
with a well established respected presence within the industry both
locally and regionally is currently seeking suitably qualified persons to
join our Organisation.
Elevator Service Technician
Experience and Qualifications
• Basic knowledge of Electronics and or Mechanics
• Five (5) CXC passes, inclusive of English, maths and physics
• Good working knowledge of the use of standard tools and
• Good communication skills both oral and written
• Ability to withstand heights; not allergic to dust environments
and not claustrophobic.
The following would be considered an asset:
• Certificate or diploma in the field of Mechanical/Electrical
engineering or any related field of study
• Technical experience in Elevator servicing and repair
Interested persons should mail applications no later than 16th May 2014
To: Human Resource Department
P.O. Box 1100
Port of Spain
Don't Let your
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