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THE MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES WILL INCLUDE
o Ensures sand control operations are performed according to company policies and to
meet client objectives.
o Develops requirements for lower completions and sandface installations.
o Monitors installations and operations and documents lessons learned.
o Enhances service quality and delivery by developing strong client relationships.
o Functions as onsite liaison with clients for assigned operations; assists in troubleshooting
problems with installations.
o Leads and motivates a crew on location.
o Mentors Junior Field Specialists and Junior Field Engineers at the wellsite and in
o Submits accurate and timely paper work and job reports.
o Technical College Associate Degree or Diploma
o 5+ years of relevant industry experience
o Standalone competency mandatory for gravel-pack packers, crossover tools, gravel-pack
screens with alternate path and other lower completion hard ware and sub-assemblies
with respect to installation, trouble shooting and basic maintenance in vertical , extended
reach and deviated well both for open and cased
o Hole completions in land and deep water environment including floater facilities.
o Fluency in English language with good verbal and written communication skills.
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. 0914034
Our Company is recruiting for a dynamic individual to accept the role of Sand Control Tool Specialist to operate out of our
San Fernando office. Functioning as a job supervisor, the Sand Control Tool Specialist is responsible for the installation
of the lower well completion, including the sand control assembly and screens, and leads and participates in the job
This position reports to the Field Service Manager or Senior Engineer.
Successful Sand Control Tool Specialists perform well under pressure and adapt quickly to changes in job site environ-
ment and conditions. They work effectively in teams and have strong commitments to safety, quality, and efficiency.
A windy Sunday afternoon brought
many sports fans to the Washington Park
in Chicago and what was amazing was
the fact that five different battles were
taking place on the lush real estate and
four involved cricket with one being base-
Cricket in Chicago has taken off with the
advent of Cricket Council USA and the
involvement of Mohammed Ahmed Qureshi,
the Pakistani born businessman who is from
Boca Raton in Broward County.
What has also helped boost the cricket
is the large Asian diaspora in Chicago.
They have remained connected to the game
and is now getting an avenue to play which
has been welcomed with both arms.
With the International Cricket Council
(ICC) putting a partial ban on the cricket
authorities in America, urgent action is
necessary to save the game and also to
grow it in one of the world s biggest
Last week ICC CEO David Richardson
and head of global development Tim
Anderson flew into Chicago to meet with
the American stakeholders and coming
out of that meeting there was optimism
for growing the sport in the US.
At the heart of the US problem is the
fact that bitter disputes from various crick-
eting associations have taken the game
down the slope and the ICC wants to arrest
Sharaz Najam who is president of the
Midwest region one of eight regions under
CCUSA said he was anxiously looking to
have the sport back on track in terms of
administration. "We had a very good meet-
ing with the ICC and we are looking to
move the sport forward. We know of the problems
in US cricket and we are looking to get it resolved.
The ICC guys that came over had no idea of how
big CCUSA is, as a matter of fact they did not know
of us but now they are very keen in having us as
part of the set up moving forward. In Chicago we
have worked hard in keeping cricket well organised
and we have received major assistance from Maq
and his group in developing the game.
"Cricket is very popular in Chicago and we are
hoping that we can make it even more popular
because we need more and more people playing in
order to find better talent for the national team."
Maq speaking to Guardian Media said he was
convinced that cricket can get back on track and
develop quickly if the right people are involved.
"There is great interest in the sport in this country.
I am glad that the ICC came to Chicago to find
ways of putting it right and we are looking forward
to be part of that movement that would take cricket
back up in the not too distant future."
"In order to move to where we want to, we have
to understand that professionalism is the key. You
can t have infighting and you need all to support
in the one effort. We have shown the way in terms
of professionalism at the CCUSA and we think that
being part of the American administration for
cricket will boost its chances of making a successful
return. We have the T20 game which is great for
American public and using this format we can
interest business partners and sponsors to make
investment which once taken off can give the sport
s major push."
ICC looks forward to US cricket comeback
Mohammed Ahmed Quereshi (left) and Sharaz
Najam who is president of the Midwest region of
Cricket Council USA has been working hard to get
cricket back on track in the US.
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