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NATIONAL HELICOPTER SERVICES LIMITED
National Helicopter Services Limited, a leading provider of helicopter transport and related
services to the energy and state sectors, is seeking to recruit a suitably qualified professional
to fill the following position:
The Quality Manager is responsible for planning, organizing and directing the quality assurance support pro-
vided to NHSL's Engineering Department as well as representing NHSL before the Civil Aviation Authority
on matters relating to quality. Duties include the development and implementation of comprehensive quali-
ty programs, initiating and managing root cause analyses and corrective actions (at the engineering level),
and supporting both internal and external customer quality assurance audits
o Maintain and administer the existing quality system as well as develop new systems, procedures and work
instructions (in conjunction with the Director of Maintenance).
o Determine and implement specific quality goals and objectives which support the organization's strategy
and its fiscal and operational goals
o Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships, with service companies, representatives
from Civil Aviation and other regulatory bodies, and other departmental managers within the Company
o Monitor compliance with, and adequacy of, the procedures required to ensure safe operational practices
and airworthy aircraft at the organization.
o At least 5 years aircraft maintenance experience with at least 3 years at a managerial level.
o Aircraft Maintenance Engineer's Licence.
o Three (3) years experience in maintaining the same A/C Category and A/C Class used by the
organization including one (1) year in the capacity of returning aircraft to service.
o Considerable knowledge of the TTCAA laws and regulations.
o Strong Interpersonal and Communication Skills with an ability to influence key stakeholders towards
achieving NHSL's objectives.
o Excellent Analytical Skills.
Minister of Sport Anil Roberts has
attacked a newspaper report alleging
corruption in the controversial Life
At a press conference yesterday at
the Ministry of Sport, Abercromby
Street, Roberts attempted to clear the
air on an article wrtten by CCN jour-
nalist Mark Bassant in yesterday s
Express entitled "Life Sport was easy
$$." Roberts claimed the story gave
false information to the public.
Roberts said: "We are here to deal
with an article in the Daily Express
by one Mark Bassant, called Life Sport
ghost cashes cheques. Mr Mark Bas-
sant claims that he spoke to someone
called Jim John (fake name), who
claimed he cashed up to $2 million in
cheques for the LifeSport programme
and never lifted a finger to work in
it."Reading from Bassant s article,
Roberts quoted: " We are being used
as scapegoats and the youths them
need to know and realise that and that
is causing plenty of the killings. This
LifeSport, you know how much killing
that cause and still going on? John
said he and many others were only
being used as pawns in the multi-
Defending the programme, Roberts
said: "This is the most fictitious (arti-
cle), it is almost laughable at the alle-
gation in this article by Mark Bassant.
His evidence as shown here is a Min-
istry of Sport cheque.
"Let me say that Life Sport is a
organisation separate and apart from
the Ministry of Sport. Life Sport has
its own logo, its own organisation
structure, its own directors, own bank
account with its own cheques and its
Roberts denied that people involved
in Life Sport, which is currently being
audited by the Ministry of Finance,
were collecting money from the Min-
istry of Sport. "Nobody in Life Sport
walks in here (Ministry of Sport) to
get pay. LifeSport is implemented by
the Sport Company of T&T, so who-
ever came in here to steal Life Sport
money from the Ministry of Sport
they got their bearings wrong."
A ministry official, Ruth Marchan,
has been in protective custody after
receiving death threats said to be con-
nected with the programme and after
her bodyguard, Curtis Gibson, was
shot dead at his home last month.
Gibson was also reportedly involved
in the Life Sport programme, which
aimed to encourage youths to get
involved in sport.
Minister of Sport Anil Roberts shows a cheque during a press conference at his office yesterday.
PHOTOS: SHIRLEY BAHADUR
Sport Minister Anil Roberts address members of the media during a press
conference at his office yesterday.
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