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A key player in the oil and gas industry is seeking one (1) qualified national and/or resident
to fill the position of:
COIL TUBING UNIT SUPERVISOR
The successful candidate will be responsible to provide guidance and training to operational staff while
adhering strictly to HSE standards.
MAJOR ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES
• Routine preventative maintenance
Manage and coordinate Coil Tubing operational staff in problem solving and international operational
Train staff in adherence to HSE Emergency Response Systems and development of proper response
by workers to HSE emergencies, blowout prevention.
Provide up to date methods of CTU operator duties and other related projects.
QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE
Minimum of 5 years Coil Tubing Unit experience.
Extensive knowledge in Coil Tubing Unit and Well Bore clean outs.
Coil Tubing Operation Training in area of production optimization , recompletion production operations,
initial completion programs, HSE and management skills.
Demonstrated leadership and communication skills.
Relevant computer literacy.
Copies of all supporting documents must be attached to the application and submitted no later than
December 05, 2014.
Touchstone Exploration (Trinidad) Ltd.
30 Forest Reserve Road
Trinidad West Indies
A copy of your application and resume should also be forwarded to:
Chief Manpower Officer
Ministry of Labour and Small and Micro Enterprise Development
50-54 Duke Place, Duke Street
Port of Spain
UNSUITABLE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACKNOWLEDGED
Former Trinidad and
Tobago captain Dwight
Yorke would love for
this country to grace
the centre stage at the
2015 Fifa Women s
Yorke who led T&T as
captain to the 1991 Fifa
Under 20 World Cup in
Portugal and the 2006
Fifa World Cup Finals in
Germany, believes a vic-
tory for the T&T women
against Ecuador on
Tuesday could be the
ideal lift for the country
at this time, particularly
for women s football.
"It would be a great
achievement to get to
the World Cup on the
women s stage," Yorke
said. "I was hearing all
kinds of things about the
team last month when
they were in the Con-
cacaf round and to see
that they ve gotten this
far is a an accomplish-
Women's success can lift T&T says Yorke
ment by itself. But they must keep
focused and finish the job. As captain
I can tell you there s no greater feeling
that reaching the end and being able
to celebrate victory or qualification
like we did in 1991 and 2006. So good
luck and hopefully there s better things
in store for the women s game back
home," Yorke added.
The former Manchester United for-
ward said he never forgets when
November comes around, for obvious
"November 19 still stands out
because I was a kid at the time and
I knew what it felt like back in 1989
when we had the nation in a frenzy
and then we didn t make it. It was a
sad day for me and all of us. But win-
ning in Bahrain and getting us to the
World Cup in Germany is top of the
list for me. Nothing can beat that if
you ask me and I still remain
immensely proud of what me and my
teammates were able to achieve and
the way we represented in Germany.
I ve seen the guys have made it to the
Gold Cup and they came in second
in the Caribbean Cup so it s a good
sign. Hopefully we can continue
improving and get ourselves ready
for the next qualification and for the
future in general," he added.
Walker: It's all or nothing
Youthful T&T senior women s team
midfielder Anique Walker might
appear to be small in stature but she
is a tower of strength on the football
Walker is in the T&T squad for
Tuesday s crucial World Cup Qualifier
against Ecuador at the Hasely Craw-
ford Stadium. The former captain of
the Under 20 team which narrowly
missed on Under 20 World Cup qual-
ification in January, the University of
West Florida says it s make or break
time for the Women Soca Warriors.
"This all we ve worked for in our
careers to date. It s all or nothing time
for all of us in this team," Walker said
prior to training on Tuesday as she
and her teammates spent some down
time at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in
"It s been a great experience to be
part of the senior team. I m just
focused on training hard and concen-
trating on how I can contribute to the
team in any way.
"We have the 12th man and we re
on our turf now so hopefully we can
pull it off. We are all eager to work
hard and go out there and get the
result that will take us through to the
World Cup next year.
Walker is also a former National
Under 17 team captain and appeared
at the 2010 Fifa Under 17 Women s
World Cup in T&T
stint with Women
He s been through it all, from being
one of the all time standouts as a goal-
keeper for T&T to serving as technical
director when T&T qualified for the
World Cup in 2006. Now 73, Lincoln
Tiger Phillips is back as the goal-
keeping coach for the Women s team.
Phillips is with the team as it pre-
pares for Tuesday s qualifying match.
He has been working with goalkeepers
Kimika Forbes and Tenesha Palmer
since the Concacaf Championship a
few weeks ago.
Phillips has been highly noted for
taking Howard University team built
around students from the Caribbean
to unprecedented success. In 1971,
Howard became the first historically
black college to win the N.C.A.A. Divi-
sion I championship in the United
States which to this day is highlighted
in US Soccer history.
Now he s on the verge of being part
of another piece of history as the T&T
Women s team seeks to become the
first Caribbean country to qualify for
a Women s World Cup.
"To be honest I was just as much
surprised to be involved as many peo-
ple were. I was back in the US working
with the University of Loyola Women s
Team for the past three years and then
Randy got in touch with me and said
to come give him a hand. I was very
happy to respond and get back
involved to give back in any way
because T&T has given me a lot, "
Looking ahead to the match, he
added: "Football is a game you can
never forecast but I m really looking
forward to it because I think once we
stick to our game and settle down
then we can pull it off."
He also touched on the potential of
Forbes and Palmer. "Kimika has the
potential and the qualities to become
a world class goalkeeper. She works
hard and is in a good system in the
US. She has the physical features of
a good goalkeeper and she s improving
all the time. Tenesha is young and
growing with every bit of experience
and she will continue to get better so
I m quite pleased about these two,"
Shaun Fuentes is the director of
communications for the TTFA.
Members of the T&T Women's Team display the "12th Warrior" T- shirts which have been launched to support the team for
Tuesday's World Cup qualifier against Ecuador. They are from left, Ahkeela Mollon, Khadesha Debessette, Khadidra
Debessette and Dernelle Mascall. The shirts are available exclusively at The Fan Club Stores in Movietowne, Trincity Mall
and Gulf City Mall, San Fernando.
THE PRO LOOK
BY SHAUN FUENTES
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