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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.
Repairs and upgrading of physical
infrastructure at any educational insti-
tution should never be "taken lightly,"
says School Supervisor III (North East-
ern District) Kendall John.
John said enhancing the physical aes-
thetics of a school could very well foster
an environment more conducive to learn-
ing, as well as give students something
to look forward to.
John was addressing the modest gath-
ering at the auditorium of the Valencia
Secondary School, for the handing-over
ceremony to its principal Michelle Carter.
The event marked the culmination of a
three-way collaboration with the T&T
Regiment, the Ministry of Education and
the British High Commission. The hand-
ing-over was conducted by Captain S
Affonso of the Defence Force. John told
the gathering, "Don t take lightly what
you have been part of here today and
over the past week. It is more than just
laying a few bricks or securing electrical
wiring, much more."
British High Commissioner Tim Stew
noted that the collaborative efforts of
fleet members from the Royal Fleet Aux-
illary (RFA) Lyme Bay Naval Vessel con-
creted the presence of the UK in the
region. The vessel, he said, had just been
back from Dominica which was recently
ravaged by Tropical Storm Erika.
"We were very keen for them (Lyme
Bay) to be here. It s a big ship, with a
big capacity to assist in reaching out.
This is a visible sign that the High Com-
mission is engaged in this country. This
was one of the projects that we partic-
ularly were enthusiastic about---investing
in the education of the children of the country,"
Several of the UK sailors were among the gath-
ering, alongside soldiers from the T&T Regiment s
1st Engineer Battalion. Some 50 local and UK
officers actively participated in repairing the
school compound, even as classes were being
Carter noted that the experience was one that
made an impact on the students, and the com-
petence, teamwork, discipline and camaraderie
exhibited by the military men were traits she
would continue to emphasise to her students for
the next five years "at least."
At least two of the five students present at the
ceremony have seen their interest in joining the
"This has just encouraged me further to pursue
a career in our military. It was real impressive
seeing them working side by side with each other
as well as the foreign soldiers and a lot of the
students admired that," said Nazera Haniff, 17.
Fellow classmate, Joshua Quintero, 16, said
while his dream was to become an executive chef,
he would also now consider work as a military
The school, according to Lt Carr, has sort of
been adopted by the Defence Force, since 2011.
Repairs included construction of ventilation blocks
in eight classrooms, repairs to the male and female
bathrooms, and electrical installation in the art
Carter noted too that there were no disruptions
to classes and curious students took the oppor-
tunity to interact with the soldiers and looked
on as they completed their jobs with efficiency
UK, T&T officers repair school together
Cinderella's stepmother Priscilla and her three
daughters, Phillipa, Martha and Cynthia, dance
and rejoice in a scene from the play Cinderella, put
on by the Baggasse Company at Southern
Academy for the Performing Arts, (Sapa), on
Thursday night. PHOTO: RISHI RAGOONATH
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