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THE MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES WILL INCLUDE
o Participates/Leads on Upper Completion Installations and ensures procedures are followed
without compromising safety.
o Participates/Leads in the job preparation process in accordance with Schlumberger or client
specific Quality Plans.
o Submits accurate and timely paperwork and job reports and captures any lessons learned.
o Communicates on a daily basis with supervisor.
o Mentor to Junior Field Specialists or Junior Field Engineers
o Liaises with the client on location and assists in trouble shooting.
o Organizes equipment logistics from and to rig.
o Organize and participate actively in the training of his/her operators.
o To follow and uphold all Health and Quality standards and to promote their respect,
understanding and adherence. Actively participate in loss prevention programs.
o To control quality of our service during all phases of the operation and to ensure that
products of highest quality are delivered to the client.
o To perform all reporting and administrative duties concerning the field operations, accurately
and in a timely manner.
o To ensure that supplies are available at the wellsite to perform the operation.
o Technical College Associate Degree or Diploma
o 3+ years relevant industry experience
If you are seeking personal and professional development in a challenging dynamic environment
please send your resume to:
UMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT
P.O. BOX 25, SAN FERNANDO.
Applicants are also required to submit a copy of the application to:
CHIEF MANPOWER OFFICER,
Ministry of Labour & Small and Micro Enterprise Development,
50-54 Duke Street
Port of Spain
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS IS SEPTEMBER 27TH, 2015. 0914033
Our Company is recruiting for a dynamic individual to accept the role of Completions Specialist to operate out of our San Fernando
office. The Completions Specialist performs as Crew Leader or Crew Member and is an expert in field operations as well as the
service delivery process. The Core Completions Specialist does hands-on fieldwork using the industry's leading technology that
optimizes solutions for energy companies. The primary responsibility of the Core Completions Specialist is to deliver high quality
services to our clients. She/he is responsible for ensuring that the preparation and dispatching of equipment is complete. She/he
is directly responsible for the quality of service delivered at the well site, in terms of safety, quality and efficiency of operation is
up to standard. She/he is in charge of his/her operating cell and is responsible for the training and development of personnel
assigned to his/her cell and for the maintenance status of his/her assigned equipment.
LAS VEGAS---His career winding down to its final
seconds, Floyd Mayweather Jr took a victory lap
around the ring, his fist raised in triumph.
After 19 years of perfection in the ring, he deserved
one final bow.
Mayweather capped a remarkable career with a
typical Mayweather fight Saturday night, using his
defensive wizardry to frustrate Andre Berto on his
way to a decision so lopsided one judge gave him
The $32 million he earned was pocket change com-
pared to what he got for Manny Pacquiao in his last
fight. But the more important number was win No.
49 in the final fight of his unblemished career, tying
the mark of the late heavyweight champion, Rocky
"You gotta know when to go. I ve had a great
career," Mayweather said. "I m leaving with all my
faculties. I feel like I m smart and sharp."
Mayweather wasn t about to change what he does
best in his last fight.
Both dominant and defensive, he used all the tricks
learned in a pro career that began in 1996 to take
a unanimous decision over Berto and retain his wel-
terweight titles in what he insists was his final fight.
Mayweather won yet again in a fight where he
was chased but never really tested. He piled up points
with a sharp jab and quick counter punches, leaving
Berto swinging at air most of the night.
"What can I say, I was the better man tonight,"
By the late rounds, Mayweather was both talking
to Berto (30-4) and taunting him, secure in the
knowledge he was winning big against the 18-1 under-
dog. In the final seconds of the fight he took a victory
lap, as the crowd of 13,395 stood and cheered at the
MGM Grand arena.
The ringside scorecards reflected Mayweather s
dominance, with one judge scoring a 120-108 shutout.
The other scores were 118-110 and 117-111, while The
Associated Press had Mayweather winning 119-109.
Mayweather added to his pay-per-view riches
once again, and once again he didn t seem to have
to work too hard to make it. Berto, who had lost
three of his last six fights, tried to make it a fight
but his punches were wide and mostly missed their
"I pushed him to the limit," Berto said. "But he
was just better."
Mayweather did what he s done best in his long
career, fighting defensively and picking his shots
against Berto. He was especially effective when Berto
rushed at him, using his counter punching skills to
keep Berto away.
It was a winning combination once again, just as
it had been in his 48 previous fights.
Mayweather had vowed to give fans an action fight
in his last bout, after being criticised for fighting
defensively in his win over Manny Pacquiao. He did
trade punches with Berto on several occasions, but
never stayed in the pocket long enough for Berto to
find his mark.
Mayweather complained to his father in the corner
during the fight that he hurt his hand, but said since
he is retiring it didn t matter.
Ringside punch stats showed Mayweather s defen-
sive wizardry. Mayweather was credited with landing
232 of 410 punches, while Berto landed only 83 of
"I was in great shape but it was difficult to fight
him," Berto said. "He was really, really slippery."
Mayweather weighed in at 146 pounds, a pound
more than Berto.
Mayweather, in his 26th title fight, controlled the
action all night, now allowing Berto to land more
than one punch at a time. He was never able to hurt
Berto, though, and passed up chances to engage him
Berto was surprisingly passive early, doing little in
the opening rounds but throw punches that hit nothing
but air. He picked up the pace beginning in the fourth
round, but Mayweather had little trouble ducking and
moving away from his wild punches.
If Mayweather retires it will end a career that saw
him become a pay-per-view star and earn more money
than any boxer before him.
Berto in last fight
Floyd Mayweather Jr, left, throws a left at Andre Berto
during their welterweight title boxing bout Saturday in
Las Vegas. AP PHOTO
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