Red Brigade maintain RSPL win streak

first_imgBoys’ Town’s never-give-up spirit is guiding the team away from Red Stripe Premier League relegation. The Red Brigades won their fourth game in the last five with a 1-0 triumph against neighbouring Tivoli Gardens at the Edward Seaga Sports Complex yesterday.Shamar Nicholson scored his 13th goal of the season with a volley in the 68th minute.Boys’ Town is fighting for its Premier League life. Only a week ago, they were at the bottom. Now, the Andrew Price-coached outfit are currently in ninth position on 32 points, just two behind Reno and Harbour View – both on 32 points.Boys’ Town showed a lot of determination and deservedly won the game for a third straight, which was the first time for them in the season.Kirk Porter pulled off a point blank save from substitute Peter Keyes to deny Tivoli at least a share of the points in what was an intense game.Boys’ Town’s long-serving coach, Price, was full of praise for the performance.”I think the team is playing well. The players gave everything on the pitch today. We want to continue doing our job by winning the remaining games,” Price told The Gleaner.Nicholson, who scored the all-important goal but was injured and replaced in the closing moments of the game, was naturally happy.NO ROOM FOR SLIP-UPS”We have been training hard and talking about each game. We are aware that there is no room to slip up, so the win is crucial,” the lanky 20-year old striker said.”It was a great feeling to score the winning goal for the team. I am now on 13 goals, behind Teddy (Jermaine Johnson), who is on 16 goals. He (Johnson) did not score in the game, so I have to keep positive and continue to work hard,” Nicholson, who is also the national senior men’s team striker, said.Meanwhile, losing coach Damion Gordon says that his team fell asleep and allowed the goal.”It was a tough loss. We went to sleep around the back and Boys’ Town scored. But, usually, we are very competent. We have to continue working in the remaining games,” said Gordon, who is in charge because head coach Omar Edwards is away at a football coaching programme.Yesterday’s resultsPortmore 1 Harbour View 1Jamalco 2 Arnett Gardens 1Tivoli Gardens 0 Boys’ Town 1Waterhouse 2 Montego Bay 0Tonight’s’ games5:30 p.m. – Maverley vs Reno FC at Anthony Spaulding Complex8 p.m. – UWI FC vs Humble Lion at Anthony Spaulding Sports Complexlast_img read more

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Music Director named Best Cop

first_img… during Police Force awards ceremonyBy Vahnu ManikchandIn efforts to reward ranks for their outstanding work while motivating others to step up their game, the Guyana Police Force held its annual awards ceremony for which in excess of $17 million in cash and prizes was expended.The ceremony, which saw some 2106 ranks being rewarded with cash and other prizes for performing exceedingly well over the past year, was held at the Officers’ Mess Annex on Wednesday.Delivering the feature address, acting Police Commissioner David RamnarineThis year’s top performing ranks of the Guyana Police Force posed for a photo with the Force’s hierarchy after Wednesday’s award ceremonyreflected on the successes and achievements of the Force over the past year, noting that much more can be done to better improve the Police Force.He posited that the numerous donations of vehicles and equipment coupled with the training offered by both local and international partners were done with the expectation of enhancing performance by ranks.“To whom much is given, much is expected, much is required. We have received, are receiving and will continue to receive much-needed capacity building in human and material resources. We have to deliver and cannot expect anything less; we can deliver and must deliver improved performances so that our quality of service2017 Best Cop, Superintendent Charmaine Stuartimproves and that our complaints in particular will reduce, and unprofessional conduct needs to be dealt with condignly and must reduce,” the acting Top Cop asserted.Ramnarine went on to say that those ranks who were not awarded should use this as a motivational tool to work harder in the future so that they too could be rewarded.“Let me congratulate all those of you who have received and will receive financial and other rewards, and encourage those yet to receive to strive harder, make a greater effort and yours would be right around the corner,” he stated.Outshining her colleagues to arrest the top prize of the Police Force’s Best Cop (overall) Award was Director of Music, Superintendent Charmaine Stuart. She was rewarded for her “unwavering, disciplined, committed and focused” dedication to the job, for which she is praised for always going beyond the call of duty.With 28 years of service under her belt, Stuart had broken the so-called glass ceiling to become the first woman to head the Force’s band in its 177 years of existence. Among her many other portfolios, she also chairs the Joint Services Culture Committee and is the Vice President of the Guyana Association of Women Police.Superintendent Stuart was awarded a trophy along with $250,000. She was also given a plaque and $100,000 for her work as the Music Director.Additionally, she was given a trip for two to Aruba, one to Kaieteur Falls and one to Arrrowpoint Nature Resort as well as dinner for two at the Duke Lodge – all compliments of the Roraima Group of Companies.Meanwhile, the runner-up Best Cop spot was given to Sergeant Boyce, a traffic rank who was also named Best Cop of A Division (Georgetown-East Bank Demerara). A Best Cop from each of the policing divisions was also rewarded with $100,000 and a plaque.Other ranks who made a breakthrough in several high-profile cases were also awarded with monetary prizes. Moreover, due recognition was also given to Community Policing Group members from various divisions across the country.last_img read more

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AFC financier charged for supplying unregistered drugs to GPHC

first_imgAlliance for Change financier Lloyd Singh was on Monday slapped with two counts of supplying unregistered drugs to the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation.Singh appeared before Georgetown Magistrate Judy Latchman and denied the charges.The prosecution is contending that the father of five, owner of the International Pharmaceutical Agency at Lot 226 “B” Camp Street, Georgetown, on August 12, 2017 supplied the unregistered drug Rituximab 100mg to the Georgetown Public Hospital in violation of Part 3, Section 28 of the Food and Drugs Regulations Act (Guyana) of 1977.The prosecution is also contending that the 51-year-old businessman committed the same act on October 23, 2017 at the said location.In court on Monday, Singh’s attorney, in a bail application, asked the court to release his client on his own recognisance. The lawyer told the court that the charge against his client is bogus.Magistrate Latchman placed the businessman on $60,000 bail, and put down the case for continuation on July 27.Public Health Minister Volda Lawrence had revealed last year that, in 2016 and 2017, several firms had been awarded contracts to supply pharmaceuticals to the health sector, but failed to deliver. The International Pharmaceutical Agency (IPA) is one of those companies that failed to supply all of the drugs it was contracted to supply, because it was not qualified to import some specialised pharmaceuticals, it was revealed.In February 2016, Singh, a major financier of the Alliance For Change Headquarters in Kitty, Georgetown, was hailed by Public Security Minister Khemraj Ramjattan for his contribution to the party.At the opening, party leader, Raphael Trotman described the contribution from Singh as a “political investment”.last_img read more

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Northern Metalic Flyers on road for three games

first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The energy for the Fort St. John Northern Metalic Flyers will be tested this weekend as the club hits the road for three games this weekend. Tonight they’ll take on the Beaumont Braves and that’s followed by games against Wetaskiwin and Fort Saskatchewan respectively.The Flyers are sizzling hot as they’ve lost only one regular season game this season which came all the way back on November 6th against the Strathcona Warriors. Since that defeat the team has gone 10-0-1, and has an overall record of 17-1-1.After this weekend’s stretch of games the next contest for the club will come on January 24 at home against the Peace River Sabres.- Advertisement –last_img

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Community events for the weekend of Nov. 27

first_img Saturday, Nov 27, 2010 09.00 PM – 01.00 AM The Derrick Dance Club – DanceSenior Citizens Hall Music , Dance Friday, Nov 26, 2010 – Sunday, Nov 28, 2010 10.00 AM Peace Country Craftman Association Craft FairLegion Market – Advertisement – Monday, Oct 25, 2010 – Monday, Dec 6, 2010 05.00 PM 5th Annual Gingerbread ContestVisitor Centre Food , Community Tuesday, Nov 23, 2010 – Monday, Dec 13, 2010 Best Decked Contest– Community Saturday, Nov 27, 2010 08.30 PM Dayna Manning with Dave Tolley Live @ JackfishJackfish Dundees Pub Music Saturday, Nov 27, 2010 07.30 PM A Christmas CarolNorth Peace Cultural Centre Theatre & Performances Below is a list of community events taking place this weekend in Fort St. John.  Thank you to the Visitor Information Centre for providing this list. Monday, Nov 1, 2010 – Tuesday, Nov 30, 2010 7th Annual Food for Fines FundraiserFort St. John Public Library Fundraiser center_img Friday, Nov 26, 2010 08.00 PM Johnny Stone Live @ JD’sJD Fitzgerald’s Pub Music Friday, Nov 26, 2010 – Saturday, Nov 27, 2010 Ten Thousand Villages MarketCo-op Mall Market Saturday, Nov 27, 2010 08.00 PM Flyers vs Spirit River & Food DriveNorth Peace Arena Sports & Fitness Date Of EventName of EventVenue LocationEvent Type Saturday, Nov 27, 2010 07.00 PM New Singer/Songwriters GroupPatch Java Music Sunday, Nov 28, 2010 07.30 PM Home Routes Concert featuring Doc MacLeanThe Rabbit Hole/Retro Relics Music Saturday, Nov 27, 2010 09.00 AM – 04.00 PM Farmer’s MarketNorth Peace Arena Market last_img read more

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Faith in Hollywood

first_img“People are gravitating to anything that gives them hope, inspiration, motivation or a sense of something light,” said Mark Clayman, executive producer of “The Pursuit of Happyness.” “People want good stories. They want to be entertained, but they also want something they can bring their kids to and enjoy as a family. Look at our world. There is so much war and junk and disease. I think people are just hungry for the other side.” To meet the demand, 20th Century Fox recently launched Fox Faith Movies, which plans to release a dozen faith-based films a year. Last fall, the Walt Disney Co. also announced it would focus more on family-oriented and faith-based movies. Movieguide publisher Ted Baehr, who also chairs the Christian Film & Television Commission, said Hollywood executives realize that the public wants more uplifting and spiritual fare. “There is competition for the Christian audience now that there hasn’t been before,” Baehr said. “I thought at some point it would level off, but so far it’s getting bigger and bigger. Long considered the modern-day equivalent of Sodom and Gomorrah, Hollywood is increasingly showing its family-friendly side, churning out an unprecedented number of films and television shows with uplifting, redemptive themes. In the three years since Mel Gibson released “The Passion of the Christ,” hundreds of films with Judeo-Christian, spiritual and family-friendly themes have hit the screen – from “The Nativity Story” to “Amazing Grace.” Last year alone, nearly 50 films featured positive Judeo-Christian content that producers hoped would appeal to the estimated 110million Americans who attend church every week, according to Camarillo-based Movieguide. The films raked in an average $39million, according to Movieguide. All five of the major Hollywood studios have created marketing departments to target the growing demand for faith-based and family fare. “It’s more than I could have possibly imagined. One of the audiences that has become stable and even grown for books, music and movies is the Christian audience.” Stephen Kendrick, executive producer of “Facing the Giants” and an associate pastor at Sherwood Baptist Church in Albany, Ga., said the film has received broad praise since its release last year. The drama chronicles a Christian high school football coach who uses faith to battle overwhelming fear and failure. Kendrick said he and his brother, Alex – also a pastor at the church and executive producer of the movie – got more than 5,000 e-mails from people who said the movie has changed their lives. An additional 1,200 e-mails expressed professions of faith. “We think more movies like this are going to be rising up,” Kendrick said. “I know there is a huge wave of people – thanks to the digitalization of media and the lowering of costs to be able to produce films – who are now beginning to study and learn how to make films. A feature film is one of the most influential things in our culture.” Getting their break The brothers decided to make movies after reading about a 2002 poll by The Barna Group that found church was not considered among the top 10 influences in American culture. “Movies and music are in the top three,” Kendrick said. “So instead of cursing the darkness, we thought, `We have the best message in the world that is still transforming people’s lives and giving them hope, forgiveness and peace.’ And so we want to take that message to them, using the most influential means possible. And that’s why we chose to go into feature films.” At the grass-roots level, a growing number of aspiring Christian filmmakers, scriptwriters, actors and actresses are breaking into Hollywood. Last month, 57 teams of Christian filmmakers from around the world participated in the Burbank-based 168-Hour Film Project. Part of a “speed filmmaking” phenomenon, teams were given a week to write a short script based on a randomly assigned Scripture verse, and another week to film and edit a five- to 10-minute movie. Films to be screened The films will be screened March23 at the Stars Art Theater and March24 at the Alex Theatre, both in Glendale. Trinity Broadcast Network will air films chosen as the best. “It’s our biggest year ever,” said John David Ware, founder and executive director of the project. “We’ve had many people who are first-time filmmakers go on to produce many other films. The teams are expanding their short films into feature-length films and trying to sell them. Many of the films have won awards at other film festivals.” One of those filmmakers – a graduate of Act One, a Hollywood-based organization that trains Christian scriptwriters – is Atwater Village resident Amanda Llewellyn. Llewellyn and her husband, Wes, have made two short films for the project and have a full-length feature film coming out Tuesday. That film – “The Moment After 2: The Awakening” – is a post-Rapture story that follows the lives of two former FBI agents. “You are starting to have more people like me … who are starting to make inroads into management and executive positions in Hollywood,” Llewellyn said. “It’s not a secret coup or a takeover. What it is is just allowing us a place at the table. I think Mel Gibson was able to kick down some doors for us in that area because of his financial success.” Dean Batali, former executive producer of “That ’70s Show,” who now writes TV scripts with faith-based themes, said the move marks a significant shift. “Before, if you were a Christian and said you wanted to work in Hollywood, they would say: `Get behind me Satan. You should be a missionary, a pastor or work at a Christian college,”‘ said Batali, who also wrote for “Buffy the Vampire Slayer.” “This is a diverse nation, and for the past decades, Christians have shunned Hollywood. All we are saying is: `Why shun Hollywood? Let’s go to Hollywood and take a seat at the table.”‘ But Batali said it’s not always easy. “I live in both worlds.” Batali said. “The people I go to church with tend not to understand the people I work with in Hollywood, and the people in Hollywood tend to be really fearful of the people I go to church with.” Jordan Kerner, producer of “Charlotte’s Web,” said he thinks the public is welcoming Hollywood’s attention to more uplifting and inspirational movies and TV shows. “I think it’s fantastic we have people here who are making movies that affect the heart and mind and faith and elements of our culture that don’t find expression very often in motion pictures or on television,” Kerner said. Actress Shelli Boone, who stars in “Saints and Sinners,” said viewers can relate to the themes because they offer universal tales of trials, tribulations and temptations. “Everyone goes through obstacles, but in the end, if you keep your faith, if you keep steadfast to what is really important, anyone can make a turnaround,” Boone said. troy.anderson@dailynews.com (213) 974-8985 Keeping the faith Here are some of the recent and upcoming faith-based and family-friendly films: “Amazing Grace” Idealist William Wilberforce maneuvers his way through Parliament in 18th century England, endeavoring to end slavery in the empire. “The Last Sin Eater” Henry Thomas (“ET”) and Oscar-winner Louise Fletcher (“One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest”) star in a Christian mystery, set in Appalachia. “The Ultimate Gift” Based on Jim Stovall’s best-selling novel, a man fights to get his share of a willed inheritance. Features Abigail Breslin (“Little Miss Sunshine”). “The Nativity Story” Mary and Joseph journey to Bethlehem for the birth of Jesus. SOURCE: Movieguide, Daily News research 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img
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Hitman Kane is Tottenham’s future – Pochettino

first_img0Shares0000Tottenham’s England striker Harry Kane shone against Arsenal and is the club’s “present and the future,” his manager, Mauricio Pochettino said © IKIMAGES/AFP / Ian KINGTONLONDON, United Kingdom, Feb 10 – Mauricio Pochettino labelled Harry Kane Tottenham’s “present and future” after the striker again proved the scourge of Arsenal with the goal that gave Spurs a 1-0 derby win on Saturday.Kane soared above the Arsenal defence to head home his 32nd goal of the season four minutes into the second-half to move Pochettino’s men above Liverpool and Chelsea into third in the Premier League fight for Champions League places. “He is the present and the future,” said Pochettino when quizzed whether Kane’s dominant header possessed traits of an old-fashioned English centre-forward.“It is amazing all that he is achieving, (I’m) so proud and happy he is in our side.”Kane’s goal was his seventh in seven league games against the club who rejected him as a youngster.“I look forward to these games. It was a great performance by the team and thankfully I was there to put one away,” said Kane, who also passed up other chances as Spurs’ could easily have ran out more convincing winners.Tottenham’s prospects of finishing in the top four have been boosted by seven points from a tough three-game run starting with victory over Manchester United at Wembley 10 days ago which was followed by Kane’s stoppage time penalty to secure a draw at Liverpool last weekend.“That’s what we needed. We had tough fixtures: United, Liverpool and Arsenal all in a row and seven points from those games is fantastic,” added Kane.“We’ve got to build on it, another big game in the Champions League now and keep the momentum going.”Spurs could have been made to pay for their profligacy as Arsenal substitute Alexandre Lacazatte missed a glorious chance to level a minute from time.“Kane made the difference and that is what he is about,” said Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, whose side are in sixth place, six points adrift of the top four.“Once they scored you could see we were wobbling for a while and they could have scored one or two more, but in the last 10 minutes we should have come back to 1-1.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

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TRANSFER REPORT: Liverpool leading chase for Belgian wonderkid

first_imgLiverpool have stepped up their interest in Belgian wonderkid Samuel Bastien, according to reports in Italy.The 19-year-old Anderlecht starlet has been on the Reds’ radar ever since he broke into the club’s first team last season.The midfielder is currently on loan at Serie B side Avellino, where he has scored twice in 24 appearances and Juventus, Roma and Fiorentina are all currently considering a move to sign him this summer.However, Calciomercato have claimed that the trio of Italian sides are currently trailing Liverpool in the race to snap him up.Reds scouts have frequently watched the Belgium Under-21 international and it has been suggested that the Merseyside club are ready to stump up the £5.2m asking price to land him when the window opens.Bastien would join a strong contingent of Belgians at Anfield with Simon Mignolet, Christian Benteke and Divock Origi already first-team players under Jurgen Klopp. Samuel Bastien [right] in action for Anderlecht 1last_img read more

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Bruins put on Pac-10 front

first_imgCOLLEGE FOOTBALL: After losing to Notre Dame, UCLA upsets Cal to stay unbeaten atop conference. By Brian Dohn STAFF WRITER In the lower rows of sections 21 and 22, nestled in the Southwest corner of the Rose Bowl, where fans were chanting to “Fire Dorrell” two weeks ago, fans were screaming wildly, eight-clapping in delight and celebrating a first-place team. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGame Center: Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, 10 a.m.Dorrell’s five-year tenure at the helm of the Bruins is exemplified by UCLA’s last two games, and the latest emotions of joy and giddiness were topped with content and confidence. Behind a superb defensive effort and the workmanlike running of Kahlil Bell, UCLA pushed aside the embarrassment of losing to Notre Dame and rallied to upset No. 10 California, 30-21, in front of 83,494 Saturday at the Rose Bowl. Alterraun Verner, who grew up in Carson, returned his second interception 76 yards for a touchdown with 1:33 remaining to secure the win, and move the Bruins (5-2, 4-0) into a first-place tie with idle Arizona State in the Pacific-10 Conference. “People are probably going to think we got lucky, or Cal was still down from (losing) last week,” UCLA strong safety Chris Horton said. “But the game should show for itself, that we came out and we won the game. “That’s all that matters to me.” The standings say UCLA is a conference contender, but its losses scream otherwise. The Bruins are still trying to pull away from the awful perceptions created by a 38-point loss at Utah, and a 14-point defeat to the Irish two weeks ago. If not for those two games, the Bruins would be in the thick of the national championship race, instead of explaining why they really are serious contenders for the Pac-10 title, and a BCS berth. “The two games we lost were almost like freebies,” said Bell, who ran for 142 yards on 22 carries. “Now, it is all Pac-10 games. “Everything we play for from now on will have consequences for where we’re going to play in late December, or hopefully, January. Our coaches have done a great job of drilling it into our heads that our destiny is in our hands.” Meanwhile, Cal’s season has imploded. The Bears (5-2, 2-2) were poised to be the nation’s top-ranked team if they defeated Oregon State last week. Instead, Cal is looking at a second-tier bowl after seeing its running attack shut down and quarterback Nate Longshore, who did not play against the Beavers because of an ankle injury, intercepted three times en route to a season-low in points. “Longshore is hurt, and they didn’t want to put the game in his hands, and they didn’t,” UCLA defensive end Bruce Davis said. “We were getting after him, and his offensive line was a little shaky. I kind of took it as disrespect, they wanted to just go (with) five-man protections. “You’ve got a hurt quarterback, can’t move, and you want to go five-man protections? I don’t know. That’s on them. When they turn the film on, they’re going to wish they did seven-man the whole game.” Cal’s Justin Forsett was held to 76 yards on 25 carries, and the Bears’ passing game was limited mostly to short passes as Longshore completed 22 of 34 for 232 yards. He threw three touchdowns, but two of his three interceptions came in UCLA territory. “(Forsett) is the heart of that team,” Davis said. “He really makes them go, and if you shut him down, you shut that team down.” Whereas Verner’s first interception ended Cal’s third-quarter drive at the UCLA 23-yard line, the second one ended Cal’s chance to win the game. UCLA led, 23-21, after Kai Forbath’s 27-yard field goal with 3:08 to play, but Cal returned the kickoff to the Bruins’ 35. After two Forsett runs for five yards, Longshore attempted to connect with DeSean Jackson in the left flat, but Verner stepped in front for the interception, then raced 76 yards for a touchdown and a 30-21 lead. “We saw that route so many times in practice this week and on film,” Bruins cornerback Rodney Van said. “Verner remembered that play, when DeSean motions down he’s coming back outside 90 percent of the time. “Verner stuck with the percentages, jumped the route and made a play for the team that we needed.” UCLA quarterback Patrick Cowan was 18-for-27 for 161 yards, managed the offense well and didn’t turn the ball over. UCLA’s nicest pass came from receiver Brandon Breazell, who took a hand-off and connected on a 29-yard score with Dominique Johnson when UCLA went ahead 20-14 in the third quarter. It was Breazell’s second touchdown pass of the season. “I’m a natural quarterback,” said Breazell, who played quarterback through junior high. After the Bears took a 21-20 lead on Jackson’s 2-yard reception with 2:06 remaining in the third quarter, UCLA used its offensive line to move the ball into field-goal range. Bell, who has been bothered by a bruised right shoulder the last two games, set up UCLA’s first touchdown with a 64-yard run, but wasn’t a big factor in the fourth quarter. When the Bruins were prodding along en route to Forbath’s go-ahead kick, the carries were shared by Bell, Chris Markey and Chane Moline. “We weren’t perfect, but it was a good enough game to show what our capabilities are,” Dorrell said. “This was our best game, in terms of playing a high-caliber game.” brian.dohn@dailynews.com160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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Job Vacancy: Finance Administrator sought by Aurivo

first_imgJob Vacancy: Aurivo Consumer Foods, based at Crossroads, Killygordan, is currently hiring a Finance Administrator.The OpportunityThis role presents a great opportunity for an enthusiastic and self-motivated finance individual to develop a career in a busy FMCG business in the north west, with the possibility of further progression within the Aurivo group of companies.Responsibilities:• Data Analysis• Inventory Management• Assisting the Management Accountant• Invoice Matching• General Finance Administration duties The Ideal Candidate will have:• Accounting Technician / 3rd level qualification in Business / Finance (desirable)• Good analytical skills with an in-depth knowledge of Microsoft Excel• Good communication skills• An ability to work on their own initiative and as part of a team• Experience in MS Dynamics Navision would be beneficialApplication ProcessThe company reserves the right to select a shortlist from the applications receivedPlease forward updated CV to careers@aurivo.ie by Friday 29th November 2019Job Vacancy: Finance Administrator sought by Aurivo was last modified: November 1st, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare 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) Tags:AurivoFinance Administratorlast_img read more

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