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hereby invites applications for potential employment for the following position:
ELECTRONIC TECHNICIAN - ABOARD AN AUTOMATED JACK-UP DRILLING RIG
Applicants must have at least 10 years of experience on a cyber based Jack up drilling rig with fully automated
equipment on the rig oor, working in the capacity of an electronic technician on o shore rigs. The Electronic Technician
handles the maintenance and repair of all electronic equipment on the rig. Working 28 day hitch is mandatory.
CANDIDATES MUST BE IN POSESSION OF THE FOLLOWING TRAINING:
• UKOOA Medical Certifcate
• Basic Marine FF Training – USCG Approved (FFA)
• Standard First Aid (SFA)
• Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
• Comp. on Equipment in Expl. Atmosphere (EX5NVQ)
• EPA – Refrig. Recov Recyc – Universal (RRR)
• Competent Person, Confned Space (CPCS)
• Rescue at Height (RAHT)
CANDIDATES MUST BE IN POSESSION OF THE FOLLOWING EXPERIENCE / SKILLS:
• Find and repair electrical, control and instrumentation systems as necessary.
• Assist electrician when required as part of the maintenance team.
• Responsible for installation and integration of new systems.
• Verify system schematics and network topology.
• Maintain technical spares inventory.
• Demonstrate leadership through personal responsibility and accountability.
• Write reports on major equipment failure, modifcations, equipment performance and maintenance history,
• Participate in a leading role in relevant incident investigations.
• Maintain maintenance system.
• Create work plans for crews and ensure that parts, tools, equipment and documentation are available for
• Operate, inspect, service, maintain, test and repair electrical equipment.
CANDIDATES SHOULD BE FAMILIAR WITH BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE FOLLOWING EQUIPMENT:
• Cranes: LeTourneau PCM 350 SS and LeTourneau PCM 120 SS Pedestal Crane
• Drawworks: National 2040 UDBE
• Top Drive/Power Swivel: NOV TDX 1000
• Emergency Generator: Caterpillar 3608 3,395 hp @ 900 RPM
• Torque Wrench/Spinner: NOV ST-120
• BOP: 18-3/4” TL Cameron Blind Shear, H2S trimmed w 1/16”
• Mud Pumps: Continental Emsco FC-2200, Triplex, 2,200 hp driven by GE 752
• Shale Shakers: Axiom AX-1 w/HVAC
The HR Manager JSL International: #109 Abercromby Street, Port Of Spain
PLEASE ENSURE THAT RESUMES ARE SUBMITTED BY 07TH FEBRUARY 2018
Please send resumes to:
with subject heading ELECTRONIC TECHNICIAN;
or post to
hit by $$ woes
The Couva Carnival Committee (CCC)
has been hit by money woes.
Ramchand Rajbal Maraj, chairman
of the CCC said the CCC has no other al-
ternative but to cancel two of its shows
and slash prizes. Maraj was speaking
on Friday night when the CCC held its
media launch of C2K18 celebrations at
the of ices of the Couva Chamber of
Commerce at Camden Road, Couva.
Maraj said "This year because of
the economic slump we are facing we
are forced to cut back on our shows.
Hence the reason we would be start-
ing with our competitive shows on
He said it was regrettable that the
Regional Carnival Committee has not
contacted the CCC nor any other re-
gional carnival committees in South
or Central regarding funding and ac-
tivities. Maraj said it would have been
courteous if the heads of the various
bodies called the various organisations
to give some form of explanation.
He said sponsorship from the pri-
vate sector was also dif icult to get.
"We are still hopeful that within
our space that some good Samari-
tan would come by to rescue Couva
Carnival 2018." Maraj said the event
costs around $400,000 and around
$200,000 goes towards paying prizes.
The committee would go ahead with
its annual Carnival Queen Pageant
and have gotten seven sponsors who
have given $4,000 for each inalist.
The CCC has cancelled its planned
Chutney Explosion and TUCO south/
central calypso tent that were carded
for February 7 and 8 respectively.
Young women take part in the Couva Carnival Queen competition, from left, Hameadah Caesar (Miss Trinsulate); Kelly Garib (Miss Virgo Consultants Limited); Shantal Smith (Miss Couva/Tabaquite/
Talparo Regional Corporation); Simone Pierre (Miss Club De Ja Vu); Dre'Anne Watson (Miss Metro Hotel); Kofisha Allette (Miss Pical Services); and Kelsey Paul (Miss Ozone Restaurant and Lounge/
Robin's Fried Chicken).
PICTURES SHASTRI BOODAN
Maraj, left, gets a
place mat depicting
Couva Carnival from
February 9---Calypso Monarch Finals (7 pm)
February 10---Miss Central Trinidad Queen
Pageant (7 pm)
February 11---Kiddies Carnival (1 pm)
February 12--- J'Ouvert (5 am)
February 12--Monday Night Mas (7 pm)
February 13--Parade of the Bands (11 am)
All events take place at the Couva Public Car
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