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The Paramount Transport and Trading Company Limited (PTT) is
seeking to fill the following vacancies:
Heavy Equipment Maintenance Supervisor:
o Minimum of five years experience in Heavy Equipment Fleet Maintenance.
o Diploma in Fleet Maintenance and Auto/ Diesel Mechanics.
o Sound knowledge of Truck and Light vehicle Parts.
o Understanding and experience in using diagnostic tools.
o Experience in troubleshooting equipment problems.
o Must have sound knowledge in working with Work Order Systems and JSA.
o Experience in scheduling maintenance activities for a fleet of heavy and light vehicles.
o Basic Computer literacy - Microsoft Office and Outlook.
o Excellent verbal, written and communications skills.
o Ability to plan and coordinate work to meet deadlines.
o Experience in working with Health and Safety Programs will be an asset.
A Class - Heavy Equipment Mechanic:
o Minimum of five years experience in General Heavy Equipment
Maintenance with specific skills in the repair of:
o Hydraulics systems
o Air Systems
o Diesel Engines and suspensions
o Minor electrical circuits.
o Must be able to read and write properly
o Computer literate with the ability to utilize diagnostic tools.
o Must be able to troubleshoot and diagnose equipment defects.
o Must have a sound understanding of the Safety Practice of Heavy
o Minimum of 2 years experience repairing and installing of tyres of various sizes.
o Must have a valid Drivers Permit and over the age of 25years
o Be able to lift in excess of 90lbs.
o Must be able to read and write properly
Class 5 Drivers:
o Minimum 3 years experience driving Extra Heavy Tractor Trucks, Dump
Trucks or Concrete Mixer Trucks.
o Defensive Driving Certification will be an asset.
o Must be able to read and write
o Must be 25years and over.
CANDIDATES APPLYING FOR THE POSITION MUST BE ABLE TO:
o Produce a valid Certificate of Character
o Pass a Medical Fitness Test
o Produce two references from their past employers
o Must have two valid forms of ID
o Produce two Passport size pictures.
Additional Consideration will be given to candidates with certifications.
PLEASE APPLY IN PERSON BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 7-9A.M. AT:
THE PARAMOUNT TRANSPORT
AND TRADING COMPANY LIMITED
HEAD OFFICE AT
#44 MAHARJ STREET
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION INDIVIDUALS CAN CALL THE
HR DEPARTMENT AT 653-3802
RESUMES CAN BE EMAILED TO: email@example.com
UNSUITABLE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACKNOWLEDGED
ICT ADMINISTRATOR & SOFTWARE/DATABASE DEVELOPER
The ICT Administrator & Software/Database Developer reports to the
Human Resource Manager and Executive Management and is respon-
sible for providing ICT Systems Support and to develop database soft-
ware for in-house use only, to help manage the company business.
This position is in a large organisation within a very dynamic industry
with definite opportunity for fast promotional advancement based on
proven capability in the speciality core area of software/database
development and your ability to deliver in-house or outsourced proj-
ects on target.
• A job relevant Bachelor`s degree with experience and/or an
appropriate combination of job relevant alternate qualifications
• Salary - Negotiable
• Mandatory Health and Life Plan, Optional Pension Plan.
Amid reports of numerous shoot-
ings between the police and Laventille
residents, acting Police Commissioner
Stephen Williams says the police are
doing all they can to uplift troubled
Some of these shootings have resulted
in residents being killed by police, which
have sparked the ire of residents who
have demanded swift justice.
Williams said while there were neg-
ative reports in the media, police had
been using their own money to fund
youth clubs to ensure that youths from
troubled communities were afforded
basic items in some cases and by exten-
sion a better way of life.
"A youth club does numerous things
for children. It is not only about looking
after the physical well-being of a child
but about moulding children to make
them into the kind of citizens that we
want so that they could make a positive
contribution to society.
"It is also about giving them the
opportunity to know their country...to
go places they would not necessarily
go. It is about team building and com-
munity spirit," Williams said in a tele-
He said the police recently founded
the Success Village Youth Club which
he began to contribute to on a monthly
"This club began in January this year
and from the time it was founded I
began to contribute an amount from
my small salary.
"I want to do my part in developing
these youths and by extension building
a better society."
He also urged society including cor-
porate citizens to do their part in helping
to keep the clubs running efficiently.
"While the police are trying their
very best to save the lives of young
people there is the need for society on
the whole to do positive things so that
we could change the dynamics of the
CoP: Police using
own money to
fund youth clubs
The Water and Sewerage Authority
(WASA) is advising customers in parts
of south-west Trinidad, served by the
San Fernando Booster Station, that
there will be a disruption in their sup-
ply on July 1 between the hours of 8
A release said yesterday the inter-
ruption has become necessary in order
to facilitate electrical works at the
booster station. The authority has also
apologised for the inconvenience and
thanked customers for their patience
Areas affected include:
San Fernando, Pleasantville, Union
Hall, Duncan Village, Gulf View,
Palmiste, Phillipine, Rambert,
Hermitage, La Romain, Bel Air,
Woodland, Sunset Ridge, Sunset
Cove, South Oropouche, Aripero, Dow
Village, Rousillac, Avocat, Fyzabad,
parts of Siparia, Timital and parts of
No water in south-west
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