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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.
Younger cricketers being nurtured under the
legacy banner of the Queen s Park Cricket Club
(QPCC) are being told by their celebrity teammate
Kieron Pollard not to take the investment being
made in their bright sporting future for granted.
The West Indies and international cricket star
made the call while delivering the feature address
at his club s End of Season Cricket Awards on Sep-
tember 5, held at the Century Ballroom at the
Queen s Park Oval on Tragarete Road, in Port-of-
"Being an overseas professional in Australia for
example, I got to see how professionals from Aus-
tralia, South Africa, India, England and Bangladesh,
Sri Lanka operated. And you know what? QPCC
is right up there! On our very own doorsteps we
possess world class facilities, have world class
coaches, who produced world class cricketers and
I see no evidence of that changing. We have inter-
national cricketers who are representing WI or the
IPL (Indian Premier League) teams one day, (and)
taking a flight and representing QPCC the next day
with equal passion," Pollard said.
"Everyone here at QPCC invests so much more
than you can possibly realise in supporting the
cricketers. I am not saying we must walk around
blindly thanking everyone all the time, but keep
your head up and greet everyone with a smile."
Former batting star Brian Lara, as well as present
day athletes Dwayne Bravo, Darren Bravo and Sunil
Narine, like Pollard, benefitted from the QPCC
It was because of the positive Parkites influences
that people often referred to him as a role model,
a title he was still grappling with.
"I really never set out to be a role model. I just
love playing cricket. But I cannot deny that it s
humbling to hear good things said about me and
the manner in which I ve conducted myself.
"Just like I stood to hear the bad things, but I
understand and I see how little things can make
such a difference. I cannot impress enough upon
young cricketers today that taking time to appreciate
and acknowledge all that is happening around you
can make a difference."
Offering teammates a snapshot of his still
unfolding and amazing career, Pollard recalled
the events on the field of play back in 2009
changed his career for the better.
The tour of Bangladesh was on roster,
but players were on strike. He was called
for duty. As tempting as the offer was, he
declined. He related being in solidarity
with the striking cricketers and believed
that based on the information available to
him, their cause was just.
"Next on the fixture was T&T going
India. That was the life-changing moment
in my career: getting that opportunity to
play in India and scoring runs for T&T on
the world stage; and getting to the final
and knowing we had won the hearts of
many around the world. Then T20 cricket
took over. I got the opportunity to show
my talent on the world stage. That was a
good opportunity for me.
"There was no better feeling for me than
(WI) winning that World Cup in 2012. As
much as I played, T20 cricket around the
world and won titles in each and every coun-
try that I played, winning the 2012 World
Cup for the WI would always be the highlight
of my career, thus far," he said.
"I feel comfortable with who I am today.
But I understand at age 28, I have a long
way to go; to achieve what people around
me, as a young child, saw I was capable
of. So, no matter who the important deci-
sion makers might be, I am only 28. I am
not old and my best is yet to come.
"I also know that when I used to watch
cricket as a seven-year-old, my step-dad
looked at the bigger picture and he encour-
aged me in the right way. He fuelled my
passion for cricket, but he also helped me
learn about developing life skills, to live
and work in the real world."
Pollard: QPCC producing world class cricketers
West Indies and international cricketer Keiron
Pollard, left with Deryck Murray, president, QPCC at
the Parkites Carnival Sunday Brunch held at the
Queen's Park Oval on Tragarete Road, Port-of-Spain,
back in February. PHOTO: SEAN NERO
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