12 c a r i b b e a n t i m e s . a g Thursday26thJanuary2017 All eligible persons in Barbuda are being urged to register immediately in light of the upcoming Barbuda Council elections, which are slated to be held in late March. The cut-off date for names to appear on the Register for Elections is January 31. All registration in Barbuda takes place at the Handicraft Centre. For more information, please call 562-4191 or visit our Facebook Page at Antigua and Barbuda Electoral Commission. The Community Services Department of the Villa Seventh-day Adventist Church on Fort Road will be conducting clothing distribution for persons in need. Distribution will be held on the church’s grounds on January 29th, 2017 from 10 am. All are welcome. All members of the Antigua Barbuda Amateur Bodybuilding & Weightlifting Federation are HEREBY notified that an Annual General Meeting has been scheduled for Saturday 28th January2017 at 6pm at the ABI Financial Building, 2nd Floor, Redcliffe Street, St John's, Antigua. Annual Registration dues are due and payable on that date. All are asked to be on time. VACANCIES at OSEC The following VACANCIES are currently registered at the One Stop Employment Centre (OSEC): 1) MULTILINGUAL ASSISTANT - Must be fluent in Russian and have the ability to translate documents - Liaise with Russian speaking clients - Consult with experts in specialist areas - Ability to prioritize tasks to meet deadlines 2) ACCOUNTS CLERK - 2 to 5 years’ Accounts payable & receivable experience 3) PHOTOGRAPHER - Flexible/Shift schedule – 5 days per week - Knowledge of Photoshop illustrator - Driver’s license a plus 4) SECURITY OFFICER - Police Record Required 5) SALES CLERK – RETAIL - At least 1–2 years retail experience If you are currently registered at OSEC and interested in a listed vacancy, kindly contact OSEC. If you are NOT registered with OSEC you may call the centre for more information on registration requirements. Our centre is located on Old Parham Road in the Ryan’s Building, next to Antigua Motors. OSEC telephone numbers are 5628533/34/35. Kindly note that the DEADLINE FOR ALL APPLICATIONS is Friday 27th January, 2017. VACANCIES at OSEC The following VACANCIES are currently registered at the One Stop Employment Centre (OSEC): 1) Cashier/Clerk – (Construction Supply Company) The key duties would entail: 1. The sale of construction supplies 2. Recording said sales accurately and according procedures in place 3. Receiving and disbursing cash, cheques 4. Tracking inventory 5. Adhering to re-order levels 6. Facilitating employee sign in and sign out daily 7. Answering queries in person and by phone The ideal candidate should be: - Computer literate - Possess at least 3 CSEC subjects including English A, Mathematics or P.O.A - At least 2-3 year’s work experience in related field 2) Administrative/Sales Assistant Requirements: - Minimum 2 years’ experience in administration is required. - Strong, keen performance focus, sales planning, strong team-building skills. - Strong communication, analytical, problem solving & decision-making skills - Job experience with extensive customer contact, including building and maintain customer relationships. - Ability to work efficiently in a high demand, team oriented, and fast-paced environment. - Ability to maintain confidentiality. Career Progression: • Career progression to Accounts Clerk or Marketing Officer possible with requisite training and qualifications If you are currently registered at OSEC and interested in a listed vacancy, kindly contact OSEC. If you are NOT registered with OSEC you may call the centre for more information on registration requirements. Our centre is located on Old Parham Road in the Ryan’s Building, next to Antigua Motors. OSEC telephone numbers are 5628533/34/35. Kindly note that the DEADLINE FOR ALL APPLICA- TIONS is Monday 30th January, 2017.
Thursday26thJanuary2017 c a r i b b e a n t i m e s . a g 13 Flyers II trumps Ottos Officials, Potters Steelers edges out Ovals II By Carlena Knight Flyers 2 trumped Cuties Ottos Officials, 89-39 in the first match of the double header at the JSC Sports Complex on Tuesday night. The division 2 matchup saw the Orange men led by Anthony Greer with 19 points and assisted by Nickon McGregor with 19 points and 13 rebounds outhustle Officials. Tavarus Benta also of Flyers had 18 points while teammates, Kellony Tonge and Shaquille Kelly contributed 11 and 10 points respectively. Travis Weste of Ottos Officials had 12 points and grabbed 10 rebounds in a losing effort. Global Hawks had the better of H.U.F. Baldwin Braves 2, defeating them 77-65 in the feature match at ST JOHN’S, Antigua – Regional cricket made a successful return to the Coolidge Cricket Ground, when the venue hosted its first WICB Regional Super50 match on Wednesday afternoon. The newly-renovated facility staged the Zone A first round fixture between home side Leeward Islands Hurricanes and English County side Kent Spitfires. The ground last hosted regional cricket just under a decade ago. It will be home for all the day/night matches in Group A of this tournament as well as the semi-finals JSC. Despite a 20 point and 8 rebound effort from Tristan Jacobs and a 15 point effort from Raji Thomas, the Grays Green men could not find an answer to stop Edgar Obismo with his 16 points and 15 rebounds to pick up the victory. Anthony Jacobs and Alister Nibbs chipped in with 11 points for Braves while Chell Goodman contributed 10 points and 7 rebounds for the win. Division 2 action continued that same evening at the Ovals Basketball Court where Potters Steelers edged out the home team, F and G Trading Cuties Ovals Ojays 2, 53-50. The newly promoted Steleers began their season with a huge victory over Ojays with Alfred Lee leading on February 15 and 16 and final on Saturday, February 18. It will be the prime ground from which televised matches will be shown on ESPN. Speaking during Wednesday’s match, WICB President’s Dave Cameron said it was pleasing to see the ground in top-class condition for the region’s premier 50-over competition. “This is a wonderful facility here in Antigua, and we at the WICB are happy to partner with the Government of Antigua & Barbuda to get things up and running,” Cameron said. “We are witnessing a good match between the teams and I’m sure they appreciate the excellent facility we have here. “The entertainment off the field has added to a very good atmopshere, typical of the merriment and enjoyment which in part of West Indies cricket.” Michael Muirhead the outgoing CEO of the WICB has pioneered the project to have the ground refurbished in time for this tournament. “A lot of hard work and dedicated service has gone the charge with 18 points and 5 rebounds. He was assisted by Julian Fredericks with 10 points and 10 rebounds. Ojays’ Michael Jeffers had 13 points while Kevorn Cornwall 9 points and 7 rebounds. Dion Jules grabbed 10 rebounds in a losing effort. The lone Division 3 matchup got underway as F and G Trading Cuties Ovals Ojays 3 ran a clinic on Original One Stone, defeating them, 71-34. Delornje Jules led his team to victory with 24 points and 9 rebounds with teammates, Bokeem Murrell chipping in with 13 points and Michael Barton grabbing 13 rebounds. Franklyn Roberts of One Stone had 9 points and 7 rebounds. Coolidge Cricket Ground brings the vibes into getting this facility ready to host matches and today we are pleased to see that everyone is enjoying the atmosphere and the cricket on the field,” Muirhead said. “This ground has enormous potential. It is one of those intimate venues where the family can come and relax and enjoy the game. “There is still work to be done, but we are pleased with the way things have gone so far and we know the players and spectators will enjoy their time at the Coolidge Cricket Ground,” Muirhead says.