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Measurements General Field Engineer
Our Company is recruiting for a dynamic individual to accept the role of a Measurements General Field Engineer to op-
erate out of our San Fernando office. The Measurements General Field Engineer is responsible for delivering high quality
Measurements While Drilling (MWD) / Logging While Drilling (LWD) services to clients at the wellsite using proprietary
technology. Service quality, job preparation and planning and job safety are key priorities. He is responsible for the
management, training and development of second engineers and trainees at well site. At times, he would need also to
operate the job remotely from town requiring specific skills & competencies.
Essential Responsibilities and Duties:
• Complies with all Company & Regulatory HS&E & Quality and IT standards and policies. Wears all Personal
Protective Equipment (PPE) as required & maintains required HS&E & SQ certifications up-to-date.
• Ensures that the correct People, Equipment and materials arrive on time on location, and are rigged up, tested and
ready to perform the job, as requested by client, with no deviations from Company Standards and contingency plans
in place. Ensures pre-job meetings are held with involved personnel (Business Unit Client and third-party personnel).
• Maintains good communication with the Client’s well site representative, rig crew and field support staff.
• Manages personal development and keeps informed on current company technology and strategy.
• Responsible for training, coaching and mentoring less experienced engineers’ or specialist.
• Ensure all client deliverables (logs, digital data, report, etc.) are delivered to the customers on time and meet client
and business unit’s standards all the time.
Effectively manage inventory and supplies required at the well site.
• Documents all incident / accident events on the job, and at the office, in reporting tool.
• Follows up failures with the maintenance team and ensures failure reports are closed with clients.
• Ensures final end of well deliverables are quality controlled and delivered to the clients on time, all the time.
• Provides quality answers and solutions to the customer’s questions, requests, or problems.
• Performs nuclear tool calibrations and wipe tests as required.
• Actively participates in knowledge sharing via publications (either internal or external media).
• Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering from a recognised University.
• Minimum of 5 years’ experience as a Field Engineer this includes being fully responsible for pre-job planning
(equipment and personnel) and mobilization.
• Minimum 3 years’ Deepwater Experience.
• Minimum 2 years’ experience in a Mentoring role.
• Must have knowledge of all Field Engineering techniques and all surveying methods used in the location. This
includes having advanced knowledge of Telescope Measurement While Drilling, ArcVision Logging While Drilling,
Impulse MWD/ LWD, adnVision Logging While Drilling, sadnVISION Logging While Drilling, EcoScope Logging
While Drilling, SonicScope Logging While Drilling, sonicVISION Logging While Drilling, geoVISION Logging While
Drilling, PeriScope Logging While Drilling, Optidrill Drilling Mechanics, ProVISION Logging While Drilling, and a
basic knowledge of StethoScope Logging While Drilling.
• Strong organizational skills, attention to detail, ability to multi-task, and meet deadlines.
• Ability to communicate clearly and accurately across multiple levels of Company and Segment personnel.
• Highly motivated team player with the ability to work independently.
• Ability to prioritize and handle multiple tasks simultaneously while delivering quality results and adjusting to
If you are seeking personal and professional development in a challenging dynamic environment please send
your resume to
Human 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 friday 9th March, 2018.
Australia extends unbeaten T20 streak
After what was Australia’s best
winning streak—of six games—in
Twenty20 Internationals so far,
the team didn’t just clinch the
Trans Tasman tri-series title, but
also rose to the top of the ICC
Rankings for T20Is, joint with
Pakistan, following its 19-run win
over New Zealand by the DLS
That, after starting the series
placed a lowly No.7.
Much was expected from
the contest given the previous
high-scoring encounter between
the two sides in the last game
where Australia chased down a
However, yesterday the pitch
was slow, there were two bouts of
rain, and a damp end to a series
that Australia finished unbeaten
owing to a clinical all-round out-
New Zealand got off to a blazing
start with Martin Guptill and Colin
Munro attacking from the onset
with deliveries racing away to the
boundaries given the size of the
Eden Park in Auckland.
The openers added 48 in quick
time before both fell in succes-
sive overs with some smart bowl-
ing from Billy Stanlake and Kane
Richardson to let Australia into the
Australian bowlers’ ploy of mix-
ing up the pace worked wonders
for them as both Munro (29) and
Guptill (21) were undone by the
New Zealand 150/9 in 20 overs (Colin
Munro 29, Ross Taylor 43*; Ashton Agar
3-27) lost to Australia 121/3 in 14.4
overs (D’Arcy Short 50) by 19 runs by
The Australian cricket team
Guerra, Hackshaw top
Molino in pre-season
As the new season in the USA Soccer League
and US Major League Soccer approaches, the
trio of T&T internationals Kevin Molino of Min-
nesota United and Charleston Battery duo At-
ualla Guerra and Neveal Hackshaw faced off in
the Carolina Challenge Cup hosted by Charleston
In the end, although Minnesota United won the
possession battle, Charleston’s defence held fast
and a goal on the stroke of half-time was the dif-
ference maker as the Loons fell 1-0 to the home
On Wednesday, Molino and his team-mates
return to the field versus Atlanta United while
Charleston closes out the tournament on Satur-
day against Atlanta United.
In Central America, T&T internationals Darren
Mitchell, Leston Paul and Jamille Boatswain clubs
were all in action.
In the Guatemala Liga Nacional Clausura,
Mitchell’s Guastatoya battled to a 1-1 draw with
Marquense at the Estadio Marquesa de la Ense-
nada (San Marcos) to leave both teams with eight
points from as many matches, ten behind table
leaders Antigua GFC.
Paul’s CD Pasquina had a 2-1 win over Munici-
pal Limeno on Saturday in the El Salvador Clau-
sura Primera Division to improve to nine points
after eight matches.
In Honduras, the local trio of Boatswain, Win-
chester and Britto were on the losing end with
their CD Honduras Progreso club as they squan-
dered a 2-1 lead in a 5-2 loss to Marathon on Sun-
day at its Estadio Humberto Micheletti home
Australia-based Samantha Wallace and her New
South Wales Swifts will head to Queensland to
test themselves against the best in the league
ahead of the Suncorp Super Netball season,
which begins in April.
Coach Briony Akle’s troops will go head-to-
head with the reigning champion Sunshine
Coast Lightning today.
The game will be a behind closed doors con-
test that the Head Coach feels will give her good
insight into where the Swifts are at just a few
months out from the new season
The 25-year-old Wallace is heading into her
second season with the Swifts having started
every game for the team last year and shooting
an impressive 517 goals from 580 attempts to be
the fifth best scorer overall.
As part of the pre-season Wallace and the
Swifts will also come up against England Roses
and West Coast at the Genea Netball Centre, Syd-
ney Olympic Park, on March 17 and March 18,
Wallace’s Swifts get
into pre-season action
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