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COMPLETIONS WORKSHOP MANAGER
The Completions Workshop Manager leads the maintenance technical support team composed of: Reliability Engineers, Maintenance
The Completions Workshop Manager is responsible for the following:
the business systems.
maintenance (e.g. reduce lifting, hammering and other risky operations).
• Drives Improvement Initiatives with the maintenance population -
o FCO implementation
o New product risk analysis and introduction to maintenance
• Develops and Manages relation with vendors (technical aspect).
• Bachelor's Degree Engineering, related science or equivalent company experience.
• Bachelor of Engineering, related science or equivalent company experience.
gravel-pack packers, crossover tools, gravel-pack screens with/without alternate path, sub-surface safety valves, isolation
valves, tubing/wireline retrievable systems, non-intervention and mechanical packers, preparation and spooler maintenance for
installation operations at the wellsite, installations for Reservoir Monitoring and Control and other completion accessories
including safety valves, isolation valves, control lines and production packers.
and spares and consumption tacking.
• 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:
The Human Resource Department
Job reference ID: 19122016C
CIBC First Caribbean helps men's cancer drive
More than 100 men benefited from subsi-
dised prostate cancer screenings facilitated by
the Trinidad and Tobago Cancer Society from
November 23 through December 14, 2016.
Because of these screenings, 21 men detected ab-
normalities, giving them a critical advantage at suc-
The 50 per cent reduction in screenings and low-
er-cost biopsies were made possible by a partner-
ship between CIBC FirstCaribbean and Vitas House
CIBC FirstCaribbean raised $115,000 from its an-
nual Walk for the Cure held on October 2, 2016 and
this money was used to fund the activity.
Throughout the initiative, musician Roy Cape of-
fered his personal experience with battling the disease
to help raise awareness with men across the country.
A release said to date, 113 men had taken advan-
tage of the low-cost screenings, with 92 receiving
For the 21 patients whose results were identified
, further examinations are being made
The funds generated from the bank's Walk for the
Cure have made it possible for the T&T Cancer Society
to administer biopsies to the affected patients at 75
per cent of the regular cost.
One patient benefiting from the initiative is Mr St
Brice. He noted not only the importance for men to
be aware of the threat posed by prostate cancer, but
also the value of early detection.
"I have always been vigilant about my health and
wellness, and ensure that I have regular prostate
screenings," he said.
"Early detection is our best defence against this
In November 2016, St Brice received his prostate
cancer screening from the T&T Cancer Society when
its fully equipped mobile coach visited his neighbour-
hood in D'Abadie.
Although he gets tested regularly, the results from
this screening were unexpected.
"Receiving the news that the results were abnormal
was naturally very difficult for me and my family,
however, with time we have all become stronger and
Sherma Mills-Serrette attends to a patient at the T&T
more optimistic," St Brice said. "My family
and I are truly appreciative of CIBC First-
Caribbean, Vitas House Hospice and the
T&T Cancer Society for implementing the
He added: "Hopefully this initiative and
the example of myself and the many oth-
ers who benefited from the screenings will
encourage the men of T&T to understand
the risks we all face and how important it
is to detect any issues at the earliest stage."
Vitas House GM Lilia Mootoo also ex-
pressed gratitude, as she said that raising
awareness for early detection among men
combined with the subsidised screenings
"Our country ranks high for incidences
of the cancer according to the World Can-
cer Research Fund International," Mootoo
said. "Through the initiative, we hoped that
our fathers, husbands, brothers and sons
would acquire a new appreciation for early
detection, and while there remains work to
be done, I believe we have had a good start."
Anthony Seeraj, MD of CIBC FirstCar-
ibbean's local operation, was full of praise
for the scores of men who participated in
"For many, getting tested for cancer takes
a level of courage, and we must commend
the men who take charge of their health in
this way," Seeraj said.
"There is an outdated stigma associated
with prostate cancer testing, one which we
must overcome to protect the health and
wellbeing of our loved ones.
At CIBC FirstCaribbean, we are immense-
ly proud of this drive to encourage cancer
testing and the bank remains committed to
advancing the wellness of the communities
Seeraj also extended his appreciation to
the media for their support of the venture.
"CIBC FirstCaribbean would like to thank
the media for their assistance in promoting
this worthwhile drive, and taking a role in
steering positive change for our citizens,"
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