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1. Human Resources Officer
Job Summary: The position will be responsible for
the Human Resource portfolio for the staff within
CIMC's Trinidad Office.
• Manages the recruitment process - from inter
view to acceptance;
• Develops and maintain Human Resource
Policies in keeping with Trinidad Labour Code;
• Prepares and execute Employment
Agreements/Contracts in consultation with
the Regional HR Office;
• Manages all Employee Agreements/Contracts
to ensure that contract terms are adhered to;
• Administers employee benefits portfolio;
• Administration of Payroll for local staff to
include making returns under SIPE;
• Prepares Employee verification letters, as
• Engages employees in social activities to
• Manages the Work Permit Process including
extensions of stay and visas;
• Any other duties that may be assigned from
time to time.
Physical Demands: Occasional travel; Sitting long
Training and Experience and Skill Required:
• A BSc Degree in Human Resource
Management or Business Administration.
• At least three (3) years experiences in a
• Ability to communicate both orally and in
writing in English and Spanish.
• Excellent knowledge of Trinidad Labour laws
• Have strong ethical standards
• Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel etc.
2. Financial Assistant
Job Summary: This incumbent is responsible to
provide treasury analysis mainly
focusing on banking activities and
to analyze various data to create,
validate and process the necessary
• Create journal entries to initially record or to
make adjustment to the General Ledger.
• Verify that the correct selling, general &
administrative (SG&A) category assigned
have been used to generate and entry.
• Maintain monthly bank reconciliation for G/L
• Maintain correct bank account balances with
each financial institution.
• Communicate with Finance Manager/Account
Manager of deviations in bank balances.
• Review payroll data monthly and complete
submission to the bank.
Physical Demands: Long hours on the phone;
long hours sitting; long hours
at work including week-ends.
Education and Skills Required:
• BSc Finance or related discipline;
• 2 years' experience in similar position;
• Highly responsive with strong organizational skills;
• Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite especially
• Ability to work under pressure and to meet
tight delivery deadlines;
• Accuracy and attention to detail in all aspects
of service delivery, documentation and reporting;
• Flexible and positive attitude to work with a
strong team ethic; Excellent communication
• Transport Executives and staff to and from
• Direct passengers to their destination, using
the most efficient route.
• See to the maintenance of the assigned
vehicle including servicing, fuelling and weekly
washing of the vehicle and report any vehicu
lar problems to immediate Supervisor.
• Keep a log of repairs to the vehicle.
• Any other duties that may be assigned from
time to time
Education and Skills Required
• Completed secondary education
• At least 5 years experience as a Driver
• Possess a valid Driver's License
• Possess a Defensive Driving Certificate
• Excellent driving skills
• Ability to troubleshoot basic mechanical issues etc.
Contact person: Sonia Liu, Jemmy, Andy
Tel: 333-4892; 327-8539; 291-7913
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had to settle for a 2-2 draw with
Cameroon yesterday in its last match
before coach Joachim Loew names
his final squad for the World Cup in
Samuel Eto'o put Cameroon ahead
in the 62nd, before Thomas Mueller
and Andre Schuerrle gave Germany
the lead. But Maxim Choupo-Moting
clinched the draw in the 78th.
Germany played without goalkeeper
Manuel Neuer, defender and captain
Philipp Lahm and midfielder Bastian
Schweinsteiger, who are nursing
injuries, while striker Miroslav Klose
sat out the match. Klose has been
bothered by various injuries through-
out the season. Left back Erik Durm
made his debut, with another defend-
er, Marcel Schmelzer, also injured.
Germany has drawn its last two
matches, with an under-strength side
held 0-0 by Poland last month. The
Germans also play Armenia on June
6, the day before they leave for Brazil.
Loew picked Cameroon as an oppo-
nent because it also faces an African
team in its group at the World Cup,
Ghana. The other rivals are Portugal
and the United States. Cameroon faces
host Brazil, Croatia and Mexico.
"It was a good opponent, they play
hard," Loew said. "We lost possession
often and they can counter."
Cameroon weathered early German
pressure before Eto'o struck. His first
shot was saved by Roman Weiden-
feller, but Choupo-Moting, who plays
for Mainz in Germany, squared the
ball back and Eto'o knocked it in.
Mueller and Schuerrle turned the
game with goals in quick succession.
Mueller headed in the equalizer in
the 66th after good work by Jerome
Boateng on the right. Schuerrle scored
from Lukas Podolski's low cross in
the 71st. Podolski was offside but the
flag stayed down.
Germany scored only after Schuer-
rle came in for Mario Goetze and
Podolski for the ineffective Oezil.
Oezil wasted Germany's best chance
after only 40 seconds by shooting
wide. The Arsenal midfielder was
hardly involved after that. Schuerrle
and Podolski gave Germany more
space and Mueller scored as soon as
he moved into the striker position.
Germany had other good chances,
especially in the second half, but could
2-2 with Cameroon
WORLD CUP ROUND UP
STOCKHOLM---Goals by Romelu
Lukaku and Eden Hazard gave Bel-
gium a 2-0 win over Sweden in a
World Cup warm-up game yesterday.
After a slow start, the Belgians took
advantage of a Swedish defensive mis-
take that allowed Axel Witsel to set up
the Everton striker in the 34th minute.
Hazard easily rolled in the second
goal in the 78th from a pass by Kevin
"In the first 10 minutes of the match
I felt we were a bit hesitant, they played
a bit soft," Belgium coach Marc Wilmots
said about his team. "Then they got
five to six opportunities and they found
a solution to get into the game."
Sweden, which played without
injured star striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic,
had its best chance in the 68th minute
when Jimmy Durmaz hit the crossbar
after a corner. Ibrahimovic decided to
sit out the game just before the start
citing back problems.
Sweden failed to qualify for the World
Cup after losing to Portugal in a play-
France held by
Paraguay's late goal
NICE---Real Sociedad winger Antoine
Griezmann scored his first interna-
tional goal for France only for mid-
fielder Victor Caceres to do likewise
and earn Paraguay a 1-1 draw with an
89th-minute header yesterday in a
World Cup warm-up game.
Griezmann has impressed since
recently breaking into the France team
and put the hosts ahead in the 82nd
minute with an assured finish, curling
the ball into the right corner after col-
lecting it on the left side of the penalty
France had the majority of possession
but Arsenal forward Olivier Giroud
missed several chances and failed to
add to his international tally after scor-
ing twice against Norway in a 4-0 win
on Tuesday night.
Coach Didier Deschamps rested
striker Karim Benzema and winger
Franck Ribery, who has a back injury.
US beats Turkey 2-1
HARRISON---Fabian Johnson scored
his first international goal and Clint
Dempsey doubled the lead after a
defensive lapse as the United States
beat Turkey 2-1 Sunday in the second
of three World Cup warm-up matches
for the Americans before they head
Tim Howard played the first half in
his 99th international appearance, and
with his 54th win surpassed Kasey
Keller to set the American record for
wins by a goalkeeper.
The U.S. went ahead when Johnson
made a run and laid the ball off to
Bradley. As Johnson continued his run,
Bradley chipped the ball over the
defense to Johnson, who slotted in with
a left-footed volley from 6 yards in the
26th minute. Johnson, playing at right
back, had not scored in 20 previous
Belgium beats Sweden 2-0
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