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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.
Host club Courts Malvern were in line to lift
three divisional titles when the preliminary round
of matches concluded in the fourth annual Malvern
Sports Club International Hockey 5 s at the Nation-
al Hockey Centre, Tacarigua, yesterday.
With the top two clubs at the end of each division
round-robin series contesting the final, Malvern
qualified for the Under-19 Girls, Under-19 Boys
and Mixed Veterans deciders.
In the Under-19 Girls, Malvern won its pivotal
contest with Harvard Checkers 5-3 to end with six
points from four matches, and faced favorites Shandy
Carib Magnolias for the title.
Magnolias had earlier in the morning trounced
Malvern 5-0 to add to its 4-3 first day win over
the same opponent and ended with maximum 12
Malvern and Queen s Park, both ended with 12
points in the Udner-19 Boys, after opting not to
play their final round-robin match against each
other yesterday, ahead of their meeting in the finals.
In their other matches, Malvern got wins against
Notre Dame (8-0), Raiders (8-0), Fatima (3-1) and
Shape (6-0) while Queen s Park defeated Raiders
(10-1), Shape (6-3), Notre Dame (6-2) and Fatima
And in the Mixed Veterans Division, the trio of
Malvern, Queen s Park and Defence Force ended
with nine points each from their four matches,
However, Defence Force enjoyed a goal-difference
of plus-23 and topped the table while Malvern and
QPCC both had a goal-difference of plus-eight.
But Malvern was awarded the reaming spot in
the final, based on more goals scored, 27 to 26.
Christian Marsden, left, and his coach Mark
Pouchet, show off their trophy after Marsden
completed a hat-trick in the Amateur
Swimming Association of T&T (ASATT)
signature Open Water event, the Subway
Maracas Open Water Classic yesterday.
In the Men and Women Open Division, new
champions were to be crowned.
Defence Force booked its place in the final of the
men s competition with 12 points from five matches
while Notre Dame (nine points) qualified for the
men s decider, based on a superior goal-difference
of plus-eight to Fatima and Malvern, which had
goal-differences of zero.
And in the women s Paragon ended as round-
robin winners with maximum nine points after
beating last year s winner Notre Dame (6-5), Courts
Malvern (10-1) and Shandy Carib Magnolias (4-3)
in their top-of-the-table clash, a prelude to the
Malvern in line for three titles Mixed Veterans:
Defence Force 4 vs Malvern 0
QPCC 7 vs Shape 0
QPCC 7 vs Defence Force 3
Courts Malvern 5 vs Harvard Checkers
3SC Magnolias 5 vs Courts Malvern 0
Notre Dame 9 vs Raiders 0
Shape 4 vs Notre Dame 1
QPCC 10 vs Raiders 1
QPCC 6 vs Shape 3
QPCC 6 vs Notre Dame 2
Fatima 5 vs Raiders 0
Paragon 4 vs SC Magnolias 3
Notre Dame 4 vs Courts Malvern 2
Defence Force 7 vs Petrotrin 6
Fatima 5 vs Courts Malvern 3
Notre Dame 7 vs QPCC 3
Courts Malvern 3 vs Paragon 2
Fatima 5 vs Petrotrin 4
Fatima 7 vs Paragon 2
Petrotrin 6 vs Notre Dame 2
Courts Malvern 4 vs Petrotrin 3
Notre Dame 7 vs Paragon 2
MARSDEN DOES TRICK
MALVERN HOCKEY 5'S RESULTS
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