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Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Tuesday, May 13, 2014
Sale by Mortgagee
OFFERS ARE INVITED FOR THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY:
One parcel of freehold land comprising 4 Acres
and 26 Perches with an abandoned wooden
residential structure located on Sieunarine
Trace, off Caroni South Bank Road, Kelly
1. The property is being sold "as is" without
any responsibility of the vendor to provide
statutory approvals, surveying data or warranty
on its suitability for use for any purpose.
2. The property is being sold subject to any
existing tenancies, occupancy or encroachment
however created or formed.
The mortgagee does not bind itself to accept the highest or any
offer. The property will be sold subject to all rates, taxes and
other outgoings that may be due at the time of the sale.
Kaizen Environmental Services (Trinidad) Limited is currently seeking dynamic and motivated
individuals for the following positions at our Freeport Facility
Human Resources/Training Manager
• Bsc. Human Resource Management
• At least 5 years' experience in a related field
• Maintains Organization's staff by establishing a recruiting, testing, and interviewing program
• Updating job requirements and job descriptions for all positions.
• Scheduling and conducting job evaluations; preparing pay budgets; recommending,
planning, and implementing pay structure revisions.
• Ensures planning, monitoring, and appraisal of employee work
• Maintains employee benefits programs and informs employees of benefits by studying and
assessing benefit needs and trends.
• Ensures legal compliance by monitoring and implementing applicable industrial relations
• Maintains management guidelines by preparing, updating, and recommending human
resource policies and procedures.
• Conduct Annual Training Needs Analysis
• Establish Core Competencies of the workforce and ensure training is provided to meet the
requirements of same.
• Monitor instructor performance
• Develop training policies that establish guidelines for all training functions
• Diploma in Business Administration or related field.
• At least 5 years' experience in a related field
• Using a variety of software packages, such as Microsoft Word, Outlook, Powerpoint, Excel,
etc., to produce correspondence and documents and maintain presentations, records,
spreadsheets and databases;
• Devising and maintaining office systems;
• Attending meetings, taking minutes, updating files and keeping notes;
• Photocopying, printing, binding and formatting of documents
• Manipulating statistical data, following up on action items from meetings
• Review and answer correspondence; booking rooms and conference facilities;
• Provide secretarial or executive services for committees;
• Assisting the CTO in all Administrative duties associated with the role.
A competitive package will be offered according to qualifications and experience. All persons inter-
ested in filling any of these positions must apply by submitting your application - CV (resume) and
cover letter to Ms. Amy Baichan via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also mail your application to: Human Resources: Unit 8, Rajkumar Street, Mission Road,
Freeport. All applications must be submitted on or before May 30, 2014.
high heels in tight, bright
dresses, crowds of girls
line up hoping to become
Spain s first "Miss
Gypsy" in a new pageant
aimed at empowering a
With flowery shawls
and crop-tops for the
girls, black waistcoats and
gelled hair for the boys,
dozens of teenagers audi-
tioned on Friday in the
first round of the "Mister
and Miss Gypsy" contest.
"I want to be a model.
I love it," said Libertad
Barrull, 17, her hair pinned
up in an elaborate bun, as
she waited excitedly to go
before the judges.
Spain s gypsy traditions
of flamenco singing and
dancing may have a
romantic image, but the
ancient community of so-
called "gitanos" here
remains among the most
The contest "gives
them a helping hand to
become something in life,
like our generation could-
n t be," said Libertad s
mother Rosario, 56.
The contest aims to
help gypsy women "be a
bit more independent,"
'Miss Gypsy' contest aims
to empower minority
PARIS---Europe s top human rights court yesterday
ordered Turkey to pay 90 million euros ($123 million)
to Cyprus over the 1974 invasion of the island and
its subsequent division, in one of the largest judg-
ments in its history.
The decision from the European Court of Human
Rights said the passage of time did not erase respon-
sibility in the case, ruling that Turkey must pay 30
million euros in damages to relatives of those missing
in the operations and 60 million euros in damages for
"the enclaved Greek-Cypriot residents of the Karpas
Cyprus has been divided since Turkey invaded after
a coup by supporters of union with Greece. Only
Turkey recognises the breakaway Turkish Cypriot state
that was proclaimed in the north of the island.
The court said it would be up to the government
of Cyprus to determine how to award the damages.
in Madrid on
says Maria Jimenez, the organ-
iser of the contest.
"I want the gypsy woman
to study and become inde-
pendent so she doesn t depend
on her husband to give her 10
euros so she can eat."
Half the gypsies in Spain
leave school by the age of 16,
according to the latest figures
from Secretariado Gitano, a
rights group, which date to
Court orders Turkey to
pay Cyprus over invasion
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