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GROUP OF COMPANIES
Caribbean Development Company Limited, a subsidiary of the ANSA McAL Group of
Companies, is seeking suitably quali ed applicants to ll the vacancy of Head of Brewing &
SCOPE OF RESPONSIBILITIES:
To develop and manage all areas of the manufacturing operations, including brewing, utilities,
quality, bottling production and maintenance to achieve business goals and imperatives.
To manage the operational performance, asset care and reliability, brewing scheduling,
manufacturing systems and capital projects management. To ensure that products are of a high
quality, brewed to speci cation and manufactured in a cost e ective manner through maximizing
operational e ciency.
Minimum Quali cations/Competencies Required:
Undergraduate degree in Brewing Technology, Microbiology /Food Science, Chemistry or
Post Graduate certi cation in Brewing & Distilling
Minimum of 15 years progressive experience in a Brewing/Manufacturing Industry
Strong skills in technical aspects of manufacturing, brewing, distilling, quality control and
leadership, consistent with world class manufacturing standards
In depth knowledge of Total Productive Maintenance (TPM), Value Steam Mapping (VSM),
Visual Factory (VF), Overall Equipment E ectiveness (OEE) and Six Sigma preferred
Prior experience in managing multi-million dollars capital projects
An attractive compensation package inclusive of Incentives and Group bene ts is being o ered to
the successful candidate.
Interested individuals should submit their resumes to
e Human Resource Manager
P.O. Box 178, PORT OF SPAIN
Applicants are also requested to submit a copy of their resume to the
Chief Manpower O cer,
Ministry of Labour,
Level 9, Riverside Plaza, POS
HEAD OF BREWING & MANUFACTURING
T&T s natural gas production rate of
about 4.2 billion cubic feet (bcf) per day
will continue "well into the next decade,"
Energy and Energy Affairs Minister Kevin
Ramnarine has predicted.
Speaking at an Atlantic staff awards cer-
emony at the Hilton Trinidad and Confer-
ence Centre in Port-of-Spain, the minister
said: "Indeed, I have been looking at the
supply forecast into the not-too-distant
future and the key message is that with the
correct incentives, the right policy and
investment, the supply of natural gas will
continue at today s rates of about 4.2 bcf
per day well into the next decade.
"That is good news for the economy and
is reason to be hopeful.
"It will, however, take huge investments,
and BP and BG---the main suppliers of nat-
ural gas to Atlantic---are signalling that they
are prepared to make these investments."
Ramnarine reminded the audience that
for the period 2014 to 2016, his ministry
forecast that US$9.5 billion ($61 billion)
would be invested by mainly upstream
companies in T&T.
"That is a huge turnaround in the foreign
direct investment (FDI) pattern in this coun-
try and tells me that the incentives and
polices are working," he said.
"As an example, there are 28 active pro-
duction sharing contracts being managed
by the Ministry of Energy. One of these
dates back to 1974.
"Of these 28, 12 were signed in the last
four years. Of these 12, seven are for deep-
water," he said.
Ramnarine said the global liquified natural
gas (LNG) business will continue to expand
into the foreseeable future.
On the supply side there is growth pro-
jected but there will also be growth on the
demand side, and the latter will continue
to outstrip the former.
He said total global LNG capacity is 281
million tonnes per annum (mtpa), of which
T&T accounts for just over 15 mtpa or 5.3
"Our 15 mtpa will always have a
place in this world," he
The minister reit-
erated that the Gov-
ernment intends to
hire consultants for
formulation of a
national natural gas
He said their
findings will be used
to support policy
ing for a critical
period in the
natural gas sec-
Ramnarine optimistic about gas future
Ramnarine reminded the
audience that for the period 2014
to 2016, his ministry forecast
that $US 9.5 billion ($61 billion)
would be invested by mainly
upstream companies in T&T.
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