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Corner Queen & Henry Sts., P.O.S.
Tel: 625-2904/Fax: 623-2313 0513072
TOP QUALITY SUITINGS
A key player in the oil and gas service industry is seeking qualified nationals and / or residents to
fill the positions of:
COIL TUBING UNIT SUPERVISOR/ARTIFICIAL LIFT SPECIALIST, COIL TUBING
CO-ORDINATOR & GENERAL MANAGER
The successful candidate will be responsible for providing guidance and training operational staff
while adhering strictly to HSE standards.
MAJOR ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES FOR SUPERVISOR/ARTIFICIAL LIFT SPECIALIST:
• Routine preventative maintenance
• Manage and coordinate Coil Tubing 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 and blowout prevention.
• Provide up to date methods of CTU operator duties and other related projects
• Operate CTU ArmorPak and FlatPak Technologies
• Operate Hydraulic Artificial Lift Systems
MAJOR ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES FOR GENERAL MANAGER/CO-ORDINATOR:
• Routine Corporate Governance, and corporate communication
• Customer relations, and Sales
• Responsible for all day to day field and management operations
QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE FOR SUPERVISOR/ARTIFICAIL LIFT SPECIALIST:
• Minimum 5 years Coil Tubing Unit experience
• Minimum 2 years Artificial Lift experience in ArmorPak and FlatPak artificial lift technologies
• Extensive knowledge in Coil Tubing Unit and Well Bore clean outs, Fishing, Drilling,
Stimulations and artificial lift
• Coiled Tubing Operation Training in the areas of production optimization, production operations,
and initial completion programs, recompletions, HSE and management skills.
• Demonstrated leadership and communication skills
• Relevant computer literacy
QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE FOR GENERAL MANAGER/CO-ORDINATOR:
In addition to all the Qualifications listed above, management positions must have:
• Minimum 5 years management and co-ordinating experience as well as 5 years ArmorPak
and FlatPak experience for Co-ordinators Position
• Minimum 10 years management and corporate experience as well as 10 years ArmorPak
and FlatPak experience for General Manager Position
Copies of all supporting documents must be attached to the application and submitted no
later than June 19, 2015.
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
Eagle Ibis Consulting Limited
20 Rushworth Street
A 31-year-old man has appeared in
court charged with beating his uncle
to death at their Champ Fleurs home
Anno Alexis John, of Palm Drive,
Champ Fleurs, was taken before Senior
Magistrate Gillian David-Scotland in
the Tunapuna Magistrates Court yes-
John, who is unemployed, is accused
of killing his paternal uncle Claudius
John during a fight at their home last
The two men reportedly got into an
argument which turned violent. Police
responded to the incident and took an
unconscious Claudius to the Eric
Williams Medical Sciences Complex in
Mt Hope where he was pronounced
dead on arrival.
John was taken into police custody
and was charged after detectives from
the Region Two Homicide Bureau of
Investigations received instructions from
the Office of the Director of Public Pros-
ecutions (DPP) on Tuesday evening. He
was represented by attorney Fareed Ali.
John has been remanded to the Gold-
en Grove State Prison in Arouca and
will reappear in court on July 10.
A Hermitage village man who said
he was put up to rob a bar of $2,000
in cash and a carton of cigarettes was
sentenced to 18 months in jail yester-
Amit Balgobin, 34, pleaded guilty to
the charge of larceny when he appeared
before Deputy Chief Magistrate Mark
Wellington in the San Fernando Mag-
istrates Court, yesterday.
According to reports, around 5 pm
on Sunday, Goberdhan Ramsaran placed
$2,000 in the register of his business
and a carton of Du Maurier cigarettes
valued $220 on the inside counter of
He then left the bar and returned the
following evening around 6 pm when
he realised the items were missing and
made a report to the San Fernando CID.
The following day, PC Aaron Williams
met Balgobin at the San Fernando CID
and informed him of the charges against
him, to which Balgobin replied, "I went
in the place and take the money and
cigarettes. I guilty, so charge me."
When Wellington asked him in court
what he had to say for himself, Balgobin
again said, "I guilty, I take them things."
He told Wellington he was willing to
work and compensate Ramsaran.
Wellington then sentenced him to 18
months in jail.
Man, 31, in court
for killing uncle
Bar robber gets 18 months
An OAS Construtora worker shelters from the rain inside a concrete block at the South Trunk Road, La
Romaine, on Tuesday, after work was hindered by the persistent rainfall. PHOTO: RISHI RAGOONATH
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