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Our Company is recruiting for a dynamic individual to
operate out of our San Fernando office.
FIELD SERVICE MANAGER
JOB SUMMARY: The Field service manager is responsible for the following:
• Maintaining close client contacts.
• Planning and submitting for the operations approval, all requirements regarding personnel and equipment to ensure
• Organizing and controlling the maintenance of all equipment in accordance with the procedures and standards.
• Ensuring that the operating cells are adequately equipped as per Company policies, to provide adequate working and
• Controlling storage, inventories of supplies and fixed assets on the rigs and in the shop.
• Planning all operations with the Operating Engineers and provides them with the necessary assistance to ensure high
quality service with the best economical and technical efficiency.
• Promoting respect for operating procedures and adherence to safety regulations.
• Constantly evaluating the quality and efficiency of field operations through personal observations, analysis of reports
and quality control, and if required, determines corrective action.
• Conducting field visits and audits of operations.
• Ensuring prompt and efficient reporting and administration, according to Company regulations.
• Organizing, leading and controlling the training of all personnel reporting through the implementation of the relative
Technical Training Programs.
• Regularly reviewing the performance of every employee reporting to him/her, and communicates with them their
achievements as well as areas for improvement, during the regular performance appraisals.
• Ensuring the Company policies are well understood, accepted and followed by the personnel under his/her
• Acts as the Representative of the Management towards the Field, as well as of the Field towards Management.
• Bachelor's Degree in Petroleum/Chemical Engineering
• HSE Advanced Training
• Minimum 10 years' experience in the oilfield, participating in offshore deep-water operations
• Minimum 4 years' experience in a management position, taking full control of P&L for a business unit.
• Minimum 5 years' experience in a field position, participation in cementing, fracturing, stimulation, sand control and
coiled tubing operations.
• Extensive Project Management experience and track record of bottom line delivery.
• Proven Experience in managing inventories, inventories forecast and inventories cycles.
• Extensive experience in managing planning software such as iDistrict, WorkForce Planner, Cloud for Customers
• Extensive experience using design and evaluation programs such as CemCADE, FracCADE, StimCADE, SandCADE,
• Experience in managing multiple teams and must possess the capabilities to deliver a complete complex project
• Proven track record managing multiple stakeholders effectively.
• Experience managing virtual teams across multiple geographies.
• Broad operational experience with background in customer facing roles.
• Experience of working in fast-paced, high-demand, delivery oriented environments
• Demonstrable experience with project management tools and applications (e.g. Microsoft Project, Power Point,
• High degree of personal impact
If you are seeking personal and professional development in a challenging dynamic environment
please send your resume to:
The Human Resource Department
P.O. Box 25 San Fernando.
Apply online at www.caribbeanjobs.com
Job reference ID: 08082016
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 August 15th, 2016
MANCHESTER---Awash with more cash and global
appeal than ever before, the English Premier League
is still struggling to lure or retain the elite players
in world football like Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo
and Luis Suarez.
Here, for the moment, the Galacticos are the man-
The era of the super-coach has arrived in England s
top division. Pep Guardiola, Jose Mourinho, Arsene
Wenger, Antonio Conte and Juergen Klopp make up
possibly the most outstanding group of managers
seen in this country at one time.
It means some huge reputations are going to take
a battering during another highly anticipated Premier
League campaign, which begins Saturday with no
obvious title favourite and with predictions warped
by Leicester s improbable surge to the championship
"It s a world championship of managers," said
Wenger, the 66-year-old Arsenal manager.
For drama, it may pay to check out the coaches
technical area as much as the field of play. No more
so than when Mourinho and Guardiola renew their
rivalry as the new managers of Manchester United
and Manchester City, respectively.
The Manchester clubs have hogged the limelight
this offseason because of the coaching arrivals and
their heavy spending in the transfer market that
reached $400 million on Tuesday with the signings
of Paul Pogba (for a world-record $116 million) and
John Stones. Most British bookmakers make the
teams the two favourites for the title this season.
Of course, the bookies can get it wrong. Take last
season, for example.
Leicester started out as a 5,000-1 shot to win the
Premier League and ended up romping home to finish
10 points clear, delivering one of the biggest underdog
triumphs in any sport. Chelsea started out as defend-
ing champion, and limped home in 10th place in the
worst title defense seen in the Premier League.
This time round, City, United, Chelsea, Arsenal,
Liverpool and Tottenham (in that order) are expected
to be the main contenders in what is probably the
most open field in years. Champion Leicester is still
only the seventh favourite.
A record injection of TV money, split evenly between
England s 20 top-flight teams, is leveling out the Pre-
mier League and increasing competition. This is the
first season of a new three-year broadcasting deal for
domestic and international rights worth a record 8.3
billion pounds ($10.8 billion) --- 71 per cent above the
previous deal --- and clubs have used that windfall to
spend around $1 billion this offseason.
The likes of West Ham, Swansea, Bournemouth
and Crystal Palace have broken their transfer records
over the last two months and the so-called lesser
teams have no compulsion to sell their top players,
given the cash they are raking in. There are unlikely
to be many easy victories gained this season.
Guardiola said as much after joining City.
"To find a team to win four, five, six games in a
row is not easy," said Guardiola. "All the managers
that have more experience than me in England talk
about that. Maybe that is the challenge."
It might be time to redefine the parameters of the
word "success" this season. Wenger has been criticised
by some footballing romantics for saying that qual-
ifying for the Champions League is tantamount to
winning a trophy, but few will argue this season.
Two or three big teams could easily finish outside
the top four.
Eight teams start the season with new managers
--- none more high-profile than Guardiola, who makes
his debut in the English game as a player or coach.
Making John Stones the world s second most-
expensive defender ever at $62 million took City s
spending to $200 million, building on an already-
strong squad that underperformed in the Premier
League last season but reached the Champions League
semifinals. Like in his previous coaching jobs, Guardiola
probably has the strongest team --- but the depth of
competition is far greater than he s ever experienced.
United will be more dangerous with Zlatan Ibrahi-
movic, Pogba and Henrikh Mkhitaryan, while Mour-
inho is often a quick starter at clubs. Chelsea, under
the master tactician Conte, has added marauding
midfielder N Golo Kante for what could be the most
inspired signing of the lot this offseason. Arsenal
and Tottenham have been quiet but have more
strength in depth. Liverpool should improve in its
first full season under Klopp and could be more dan-
gerous with no European distractions, just like Chelsea.
'Super-coach' era arrives in
cash-laden Premier League
Manchester United manager Jose
Mourinho, right, with Manchester
United's Zlatan Ibrahimovic during
London, in April.
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