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Our Company is recruiting for a dynamic individual to accept the role of Field Engineer to operate
out of our San Fernando office. The Field Engineer is primarily responsible for preparing tools and
equipment to be sent offshore and also perform offshore and land operations. The Field Engineer
is responsible for establishing and maintaining a close relationship between clients and the
business unit service.
ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:
Provide technical advice to client on existing and new technology to optimize client’s operations.
Actively promotes and utilizes standard business tools to enhance quality and efficiency.
Ensures that clients receive updated information on all business unit services, tools and
Responsible for overall job planning, client communication, cost analysis, resource
allocation, job execution and post job analysis.
Coordinates logistics and develops plans and strategies to best deliver the requested services.
Must be committed to keeping abreast of new technology and software developments.
Maintain high levels of service quality.
Bachelor’s Degree in Petroleum Engineering.
Minimum 7 years’ field experience as a Wireline Engineer with experience on running open
hole and cased hole services, pipe recovery operations will be preferred.
Minimum 5 years’ experience in a supervisory role handling service delivery to client.
In depth understanding of reservoir engineering and petrophysics to enable effective
communication with technical department of client organization.
Advanced technical training in the field of reservoir engineering with proficiency in the use
of Insitu-Pro 2015 & Maxwell 2016 software.
Previous experience on running XL-Rock, MDT full fluid sampling, Lithoscanner, Quantageo
and Free Point indicator tools is essential.
In-depth understanding of the wireline formation testing & sampling tool with experience
supporting the job planning, execution & data analysis required.
Formal training in negotiation skills with the ability to negotiate skilfully in tough situations
with both internal and external groups.
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.
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 February 9th 2018.
Horford, Celtics top Trail Blazers 97-96
BOSTON (AP)—Al Horford made a 15-foot
jumper at the buzzer and the Boston
Celtics topped the Portland Trail Blazers
97-96 on Sunday, giving New England
fans a few hours to get home before the
The crowd at TD Garden was dotted
with jerseys for Patriots stars Tom Brady
and Rob Gronkowski. A Philadelphia Ea-
gles fan shown on the Jumbotron repeat-
edly got booed.
Horford finished with 22 points and 10
rebounds in Boston’s fourth straight win.
Damian Lillard shot just 6 for 19, but
scored Portland’s final eight points, in-
cluding a three-point play with 7.2 sec-
onds remaining to give the Blazers a
CJ McCollum led the Blazers with 22
points and Lillard had 21.
LAKERS 108, THUNDER 104
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP)—Brook Lopez
scored 20 points, Julius Randle added 19
and the Lakers handed the Thunder their
fourth straight loss.
Jordan Clarkson scored 18 points and
Brandon Ingram added 16 for the Lakers,
who have won six of eight.
Russell Westbrook scored 36 points
and Paul George added 26 for the Thun-
der. Oklahoma City had won eight in a
row before its current skid.
A 3-pointer by George trimmed the
Lakers’ lead to 107-104 with 24.7 seconds
to play. Randle was fouled with 17.9 sec-
onds left, and he made the first of two
free throws. Westbrook missed a long
3-pointer, and the Lakers pulled down
RAPTORS 101, GRIZZLIES 86
TORONTO (AP)—Delon Wright scored 15
points, and Toronto pulled away in the
DeMar DeRozan and Fred VanVleet
each scored 13 points as the Raptors im-
proved to 21-4 at home. Jonas Valanciunas
Boston Celtics players mob teammate Al Horford after
he made the winning basket as time expired during an
NBA basketball game against the Portland Trail
Blazers on Sunday in Boston.
had 12 points, and Kyle Lowry finished with 11.
Toronto is 14-3 when VanVleet scores 10 or more
points. He matched his career high with seven re-
bounds and had eight assists.
Marc Gasol scored 20 points and Andrew Har-
rison had 16 for the Grizzlies, who have lost six
straight road games.
HAWKS 99, KNICKS 96
NEW YORK (AP)—Kent Bazemore’s 3-pointer with
6.7 seconds left lifted Atlanta to the victory.
The Hawks rallied from a 93-87 deficit in the final
Bazemore was wide open in the left corner and
hit for a 98-96 lead. Tim Hardaway Jr. then stepped
on the line trying to inbound, giving the ball back
After Dewayne Dedmon made one of two foul
shots, Hardaway missed a potential tying 3-pointer.
Bazemore led the Hawks with 19 points.
Kristaps Porzingis scored 22 for the Knicks. Enes
Kanter finished with 10 points and 12 rebounds.
BUCKS 109, NETS 94
NEW YORK (AP)—Eric Bledsoe scored 28 points,
John Henson had 19 points and 18 rebounds, and
the Bucks easily extended their winning streak
over the Nets to 10 games.
Bucks star Giannis Antetokounmpo departed
after twisting his right ankle with about 7 1/2 min-
utes left. He finished with 16 points and eight re-
Khris Middleton also had 16 points for the Bucks,
who improved to 6-1 since firing Jason Kidd and
moved a season-best six games over .500 at 29-23.
DeMarre Carroll and Caris LeVert each scored 15
for the Nets, who lost for the sixth time in seven
HORNETS 115, SUNS 110
PHOENIX (AP)—Nicolas Batum scored 22 points
and Charlotte rallied from a 21-point deficit in the
Kemba Walker and Dwight Howard added 18
apiece for the Hornets, who staged their biggest
comeback of the season and matched their season
best with three straight wins.
Rookie Josh Jackson scored a career-high 23 and
T.J. Warren added 21 for the Suns, who led 78-57
with 7:53 left in the third quarter. Devin Booker
and Dragan Bender added 18 apiece.
Booker, already playing with bruised ribs, left
with a left hip pointer with 6:53 to play.
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