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CDACT: Vacancy – Production Manager | NOW Grenada

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Our client is a well-established and progressive organisation that has the following job opening for its office located in St George’s.

PRODUCTION MANAGER

Position Overview

The position will be responsible for production (of sand and aggregates) and asset utilisation across the business, including profitable operation of our quarries, safety and quality. As an experienced Operations Manager, you will be able to draw the link between all areas of operations from planning, plant utilisation, drill and blast, crushing and screening, washing and processing, load and haul and maintenance.

  • Responsible for the Operation Department including the Garage
  • Develop and implement production plans to meet the requirements of the business at all locations by utilising existing plant, equipment and resources
  • Develop and implement operational improvements to increase productivity and reduce costs
  • Monitor and report progress against key operational targets
  • Design and Implement plant upgrades
  • Ensure the site operates in full compliance with all relevant legislation, regulations and company policies and procedures
  • Achieve budgeted production costs and production KPIs
  • Contribute to monthly and weekly reporting requirements
  • Financial performance of the business

Required Education:

  • Bachelor’s/Undergraduate Degree
  • Bachelor of Science Degree in Minerals Engineering, Environmental Sciences/Engineering,
  • Mining Engineering/Technology or related discipline.

Additional Education Preferred:

  • Associates/Technical Degree
  • Coursework in risk assessment, supervising safety in quarries, quarry safety inspections and quarry regulations helpful
  • Required Work Experience: 7-10 years’ experience in the field or related area
  • Required Computer and Software Skills: Advanced computer skills with proficiency in Accounting/Financial systems and Microsoft Office applications

Candidates meeting the above criteria should send their curriculum vitae with a covering letter address to:

CDACT, Managing Director
cdactgda@gmail.com

To reach no later than 21 February 2020.

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Press Conference with Prime Minister and Minister for Health

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Press Conference with Prime Minister Dr the Rt Hon. Keith Mitchell, and Minister for Health Hon. Nickolas Steele

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Grenadians to leave their homes for essential food items only

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by Curlan Campbell, Now Grenada

  • Public’s refusal to comply threatens to exacerbate health situation
  • Village shops will be open to ensure limited exposed
  • Most shops to be open from 8 am to noon on specified days

Grenadian authorities are working hard to limit the spread of the coronavirus, which to date has infected 9 people. However, the public’s refusal to comply with government instructions threatens to exacerbate the health situation.

It in this regard that Minister for Health, Hon. Nickolas Steele announced Sunday that a mandatory curfew will be imposed starting from 7 pm Monday, 30 March. Prior to this, a limited State of Emergency yielded poor results due to lack of compliance, and it had been observed that the public’s lack of adherence to the social distancing protocol poses a significant risk for the safety of the various communities.

Therefore, persons are encouraged to abide by the 24-hour curfew imposed or face the consequences.

As part of the regulations for the mandatory curfew, although people are allowed to venture out for food items, Steele said that it has been noticed that persons are leaving their homes to purchase non-essential food items. “We have observed what people are going to the supermarkets for, and they are not going for essentials. I haven’t seen anyone coming out with an entire week’s worth of food or so. I see people going in for incidentals, and that is almost falling into greed and ignorance. I want to repeat while we said you can leave for food, I really want to ask the Grenadian people to do not leave [their homes] unless it is a food emergency.”

During the 7-day 24-hour imposed curfew, shops are expected to be open from 8 am to noon on specified days. The government stated that most, if not all of the village shops will be open based on the prescribed hours. Minister Steele said this is to ensure that people are exposed as little as possible and for a shorter distance as possible in the wake of the spread of the virus.

Prime Minister and Minister for National Security, Dr Keith Mitchell, called upon shopkeepers to be responsible. “Clearly we had no choice but to allow the village shops to be open, but we expect that the management of the shops will also be understanding of his responsibility to protect himself and his family and the person who comes to the shop, so they should ensure that the people stick to the protocol.”

Minister Steele indicated that patient zero is currently in stable condition and has been allowed to recover at home under surveillance.

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IRD extends March deadline to 30 April 2020

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As a direct response to curbing the threat of Covid-19, the Inland Revenue Division (IRD) advises the public that pursuant to Section 26 of the Tax Administration Act 2016, all filing deadlines due on 30 and 31 March 2020 have been extended to 30 April 2020.

This relief is automatic, and taxpayers do not need to file any additional forms or call the IRD to qualify for this extension.

Ministry of Finance

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