Job Vacancy: Spar Glencar seeks deli assistant

first_imgJob Vacancy: Management at Spar Glencar require a full-time deli assistant required for immediate start within their store.Experience is preferable but not essential as full training will be givenHave a flair for food and have good presentation skills.Be customer orientatedBe flexible in regard to working various shift times, including weekends.To apply for this role, please forward your CV to [email protected]  Job Vacancy: Spar Glencar seeks deli assistant was last modified: March 20th, 2019 by Shaun KeenanShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

ICC to BCCI: Severing cricket ties with countries not our domain

first_imgThe International Cricket Council has turned down the BCCI’s request to sever ties with countries from which “terrorism emanates”, saying the ICC has no role to play in matters like these.In the wake of the Pulwama terror attack, in which more than 40 CRPF personnel were killed, the BCCI, in a letter to the ICC, urged the world body and its member nations to sever ties with countries which harbour terror.”There was no chance that anything like that would have happened. The ICC chairman made it clear that the decision to ostracize a nation is taken at the government level and ICC had no rule. The BCCI knew it all along but still took a chance,” a BCCI official told PTI on conditions of anonymity.The BCCI letter did not make a specific reference to Pakistan, which has been accused of harbouring terrorists by India.The issue came up during Saturday’s ICC board meeting chaired by chairman Shashank Manohar but not much time was spent on it.The BCCI was represented at the board by acting secretary Amitabh Choudhary.”So many players from member nations play the Pakistan Super League and they would have never entertained such a request. Yes, security was a concern and it had been duly addressed,” the board official added.The Indian cricket team is scheduled to play Pakistan in the World Cup on June 16. There have been calls to boycott the clash in the wake of the heightened diplomatic tensions between the two countries following the Pulwama attack.advertisementThe demand has been made by some of the biggest names in Indian cricket such as Harbhajan Singh and Sourav Ganguly.However, the Committee of Administrators (CoA) running Indian cricket has so far not taken any decision on the matter, saying that it will seek the government’s view.Also Read | ICC CEO assures BCCI of security at World Cup, Anil Kumble retained as Cricket Committee headAlso Read | We salute Wing Commander Abhinandan’s courage: BCCI acting president CK KhannaAlso Read | Has cricket in India suffered over the last 2 years? BCCI CoA chief Vinod Rai asksAlso See:last_img read more

Crowleys New ConRo Ships Taking Shape

first_imgzoom Florida-based shipping company Crowley Maritime Corporation has reached milestones in the construction of two new, combination container and Roll/On-Roll/Off (Commitment Class ConRo) ships which are now taking shape at VT Halter Marine shipyard in Pascagoula.Namely, the bow of El Coquí was recently set as the shipbuilder finished constructing the full length of the ship, aligned the main engine, and completed other work required to prepare the vessel for launching in early 2017.The liquefied natural gas (LNG) tanks also have also been installed and build-out of the engine room and main engine are underway on sister ship, Taíno.As part of a USD 500 million investment in the trade between the US mainland and Puerto Rico, the company is building the new vessels that will be powered by LNG. The investment also includes improvements to the company’s terminal in San Juan.Crowley said that the investment in ships and terminal infrastructure is made possible by the Jones Act, which requires that all goods transported by water between US ports be carried on US-flagged ships constructed in the United States.last_img read more