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Also shortlisted were Ferdinand Pancho, shift leader, bars, M-DEK, Media One Hotel Dubai, Venkatesh Sankar, barman, the Meat Company Dubai and Abdi Surahman, bartender, the Cavalli Club, Dubai.
On the morning of June 5, 1967, I was shift leader at Reuters in Beirut, and also a university student.
A men's workout was going on at the same time in the male section of the centre with Ahmed Iftikhar, shift leader and the mastermind behind the routine, coercing the men into a similar pool of sweat.
Then he joined the Radisson as a receptionist before being promoted to front office shift leader and ended up as assistant front of house manager/hotel trainer.
Introduction The shift leader is responsible for adequately addressing problems concerning personnel management and the general functioning of the unit.
A shift leader of the book fair, volunteer Heir James Andrew Bascombe from Barbados Islands in the West Indies told Khaleej Times that the most amazing aspect of travelling as a volunteer with Logos Hope is its amazing community of 50 nations living, serving, training and developing together.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Working Practice Fire-fighting Shift Leader Nick Curtis explains that at Stansted a typical shift, of which there are four, comprise 15 fire-fighters, two fire officers, two watch managers and one station manager.
The building will be served by a dedicated COFELY team which includes a contract manager, shift leaders and technicians coupled with on-site administration and helpdesk staff.