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Msturge replied to the thread Want Opinions: How difficult is it to secure a job in TT before moving there on the Trinidad & Tobago forum:
paladino initially posted:
First let me say I not expecting anyone to find me job with this post. I currently live in Colombia and I am looking at a move to TT but I darn sure want a job offer before I take on the move as I am open to several countries, TT is just one. So have 25 years of high end experience in IT, I am looking to find position as a IT Business Analyst / Project Mgr. Every country is different and some it's just close to impossible to secure a job from outside the country like Colombia for instance they are so that sophisticated. Others it common place like Dubai where everyone is from somewhere else and firms hire constantly from all over the world. Anyone give me an opinion about this as I don't want to waste ton hours posting and sending resume apps if the time is in truth wasted. I could concetrate on another market. Thanks for knowledge or opinions and if by chance you know an IT headhunter please post or PM.
Msturge replied on August 27, 2015 with:
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myana replied on August 27, 2015 with:
Hi Paladino. I am a Trinidadian local with a non-Trinidadian husband who faced similar concerns before moving here. I also have a Mexican friend who recently moved here and was job hunting at least 4 months before coming. It is not that easy unless you are able to get a job through a large company (oil/gas/banks/telecom). The average company is not really willing to hire foreigners and apply for the work permit for them. There are a lot of foreigners employed here at top level positions however. My advice is to try your luck, looking at the bigger firms. I have seen quite a few IT/Project Manager jobs posted in recent times, especially with the government so you can start on if you wish. All the best Michelle
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myana replied to the thread Need a boat on the Trinidad & Tobago forum:
litensalty initially posted:
We live near the yatch club in Port of Spain and are interested in acquiring a boat to get out on the water and down the islands on weekends. Any leads?
myana replied on August 27, 2015 with:
I know someone who also lives near there and has a boat for sale. He fishes. Stefan 7568731
Msturge replied on August 09, 2015 with:
Our American friend is moving back to Texas and he is selling his fishing boat. We are considering buying it but we leave early next year so it might not make sense. If anything we will take over the boat until we find a buyer. If you send me your email address I will get the info from my husband and forward to you. We are actually going to the yacht club today with him to discuss it. There is another option here of a boat share and I think I can find his info too in my email.
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lisajane posted House Sitter Offer on the Trinidad & Tobago forum:
I am planning to come to Trinidad for January, February, and March and would like to offer my house sitting services. I run a public art business on the East Coast in Canada and would rather work from somewhere hot. I have chosen Trinidad because I have several dear friends from there. I have traveled for 15 years and am worldly, responsible, clean and tidy, and creative. If I sound like the perfect fit for your 3 months away please write me! My name is Lisa, 35 year old female, inspired by life :)
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Msturge replied to the thread School for Pre-K Kids on the Trinidad & Tobago forum:
catalinaafa initially posted:
Hi! We just arrived to Trinidad. My son (6 yrs old) will be going to ISPS but the school doesn't have a spot for my 4 yr old daughter. Has anybody had any experience with the london Montesorri school on Cornelious street? Is it good?
Msturge replied most recently with:
Hi! Where are you guys from?Yes ISPS is full for 4 year olds this year. I do not recommend London "Montessori" which was the first place my son went. He has been at the Montessori Academy since he was 2 and is now 4 and we still love it, and most of the expats I know here have their young ones there. It is pricier than most but many of us have our companies paying. And once they reach 5 or so they tend to move them on to ISPS or St. Andrews. PM me if you want more info.
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ronbauer posted Refill fuel for Cigarette Lighters on the Trinidad & Tobago forum:
Does anyone know where I can definitivelly purchase butane fuel tanks to refill lighters? I have looked everywhere. A lot of places sell cigarettes but not the refill tanks for lighters. Below is a link to what I am talking about... but it does not have to be this brand. Thanks in advance..
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