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THE MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES WILL INCLUDE
o Maintains close client contact and fully understands clients' technical requirements.
o Participates in equipment design reviews and ensures attributes are in concert with client operational requirements.
o Is responsible for tracking changes to original designs and Management of Change.
o Performs and interprets engineering programs in accordance with well conditions and client requirements.
o Ensures Quality Control Program is in place and maintained throughout the job preparation/execution process.
o Participates in CWOP (Complete Well on Paper) or similar to ensure practicality and handling feasibility of equipment.
o Designs and plans completion to ensure compatibility, reliability and safe and efficient installation.
o Assists Clients in troubleshooting associated with the services & equipment provided.
o Takes the role of a mentor for Junior Engineers.
o Checks and ensures the quality of data.
o Attends pre-job meetings with Clients to ensure objectives are fully understood and detailed procedures are in place.
o Attends post job meetings with client and reviews job performance and ensures lessons learned are recorded and
appropriate action items are assigned and followed through.
o Bachelor of Engineering, related science or equivalent company experience.
o At least 5 years' experience in installations and troubleshooting in Reservoir Monitoring and Control, and Upper
completion installations and completion accessories including safety valves, isolation valves, control lines and
o Standalone competency mandatory for installation and troubleshooting for sub-surface safety valves, isolation
valves, dual strings, tubing/wireline retrievable systems, non-intervention and mechanical packers, control lines,
downhole gauges, fiber optic cables, de-completion operations, Data Delivery/ Commissioning, intervention- post
installation, single Gauge/ Fiber/ Flow Control , Multiple - Gauge/ Flow control, Intelligent Completions in land and
deep offshore 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. 0914032
Our Company is recruiting for a dynamic individual to accept the role of Completions Engineer to
operate out of our San Fernando office. The Completions Engineer is focused on designing the opti-
mal completion. Has a comprehensive understanding of the customer's technical requirements from
a reservoir and configuration perspective. Contributes to the tendering process. Ensures engineering
and manufacturing are provided with the correct data so that the final installed product meets clients'
and company's standards/expectations.
Now that the excitement, drama and the theatrics
which were part and parcel of our election campaign
are over, the country needs to settle down and
reflect...reflect on where, as a country, T&T is head-
Because while there is a lot to be thankful for in
many areas, there is still a long and bumpy road to
be travelled and a list of priorities that is definitely
daunting. A new government is in place and as usual,
there is this belief that the new people will solve all
of our problems, like if Dr Keith Rowley and his Cab-
inet have come equipped with all the answers.
And we must quickly come to the realisation that
we actually control nothing and the future, good or
bad, lies strictly with God, who can be reached by
regular and fervent prayer. The country must be for-
ever mindful that although we have the privilege of
electing our leaders, in the final analysis, God is the
one who really causes the decisions to be made.
Dr Rowley obviously subscribes to the fact that
he needs God s help in running the country, a fact
he displayed quite publicly when he engaged with
a number of religious leaders in a prayer session last
However, it is much more than the leadership mak-
ing decisions. We as a people have to do our part
in transforming our country where love of neighbour
pervades; where corruption is seriously frowned
upon; where high morals, values and standards are
restored; where human dignity, at all levels, is fiercely
respected; and where harmony takes up permanent
residence. That is the T&T we will all love to see.
At last Sunday s Laventille devotions, Archbishop
Joseph Harris, preaching the homily, repeated a state-
ment he had made several months ago---if we have
corrupt people in our midst, where did they come
from? They did not just appear; they were not blown
in; they have come out of our very midst. We help
them to become corrupt by offering bribes and kick-
Then there was President Anthony Carmona who
said recently that he regarded gossip (one of our
favourite pastimes) as a type of "terrorism". With
social media going wild today, that terrorism becomes
even more destructive to the very fabric of our soci-
ety.President Carmona further pointed out that things
we know to be wrong have now become entrenched
rights. Examples are myriad: Talking on a cellular
phone while operating a vehicle; the seatbelt law;
the now overwhelming PH taxi issue; and dozens of
other petty laws needed to keep society in check are
flouted with impunity every single day.
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley also added some
spice to social behaviour when he exhorted people
to return to that wonderful idea of "volunteerism".
He appealed that it s not every time you do some-
thing you look for financial reward, and he begged
citizens to begin looking at changing their attitudes
and becoming more amenable to helping one another
and by extension your community.
There we have it. Three leaders---church, the State
and executive---all appealing to the population to
work towards making our country a better place for
all and becoming a more loving and caring society.
as Black Stalin sang some time ago "We can make
it if we try."
• Vernon Khelawan is media relations officer
of Catholic Media Services Ltd (Camsel), the official
communications arm of the Archdiocese of Port-
of-Spain. Its offices are located at 31 Independence
Square. Telephone: 623-7620
Time to settle
down and reflect
during a private
audience at the
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