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hereby invite applications for employment form potential candidates for the
following Ultra Deepwater Vacancies - Experience in Ultra Deepwater
Operations Strongly Preferred:
DRILLING POSTIONS ABOARD A SEVENTH (7th) GENERATION DRILLSHIP:
Please submit resumes along with
valid certi cations to: email@example.com
with subject heading as the name of the Position being applied for;
or post to
The HR Manager JSL International: #109 Abercromby Street, Port Of Spain
Applicants are also required to
submit a copy of the application to:
Chief Manpower O cer,
Ministry of Labour & Small Enterprise Development,
50-54 Duke Place, Duke Street, Port of Spain
PLEASE ENSURE THAT RESUMES ARE SUBMITTED BY 16TH MARCH 2018
At least 3 years' experience in chosen discipline on a similar type vessel within the Oil and Gas Industry
Assistant Crane Operator
310-13 - Sparrows Stage 3
- Knuckle Boom"
310-14 - IWCF Introductory Well Control"
310-15 - High School diploma or equivalent
- Knowledge of Technical Calculations"
310-16 - High School diploma or equivalent"
310-17 - DNV 6G
310-18 - Unlimited Ordinary Seamans certi cate
Third Assistant Engineer
310-19 - 03rd Engineer unlimited Licence
(Class 3 Motor above 3000KW)
310-20 - 03rd Mate unlimited Licence
(Home Country and Flag state)
310-21 - Healthcare Practitioner's license
- ACLS & ITLS or Equivalent"
Baptiste, Jack hunt
Chaguaramas Club titles
National golfers Wayne Baptiste and Al-
eema Jack are out in front at the Chaguar-
amas Club Championships after day one
of the tournament yesterday. The two-
day tournament concludes today at the
Chaguaramas Golf Course.
With defending men's champion
Richard 'Pecos' Camacho withdraw-
ing during Saturday's opening round,
Baptiste's 73 held up as the best score
of the opening day. Hollis George (75)
and Neil Lutchmansingh (76) are also in
contention for the title. Jack, a national
women's player, scored 40 points in the
women's championship, with Symoniez
Clouston (37) in second.
Curtis Lee Poy (79) holds a two-shot
lead over Gerald Vierra in the B Class,
while Alan Young (84) has a command-
ing four-shot advantage in the C Class.
Jason Clarke scored 34 Stableford points
in the D Class to hold the overnight lead.
1 Wayne Baptiste - 73
2 Hollis George - 75
3 Neil Lutchmansingh - 76
1 Aleema Jack - 40
2 Symoniez Clouston - 39
3 Emily Ramsahai/Azaria Joseph - 37
1 Curtis Lee Poy - 79
2 Gerald Vierra - 81
3 Kendall Lowhar - 82
1 Alan Young - 84
2 Neil Edmund - 88
3 Lennox Fergus - 88
1 Jason Clarke - 34
2 Leslie St Louis - 31
3 Ronald Ward/Marvin Ishmael - 30
T&T's Tyra Gittens broke her own na-
tional record in the women's pentathlon
at the NCAA Division I Indoor Champi-
onships at the Gilliam Indoor Track Sta-
dium, College Station in Texas, USA on
The Texas A&M University freshman
tallied a personal best 4,197 points to
place eighth in the ive discipline event,
improving on her career best score and
national record of 4,121 that she set at the
Southeastern Conference (SEC) Champi-
onship last month.
Gittens ran a career-best 8.35 seconds
in the 60m hurdles to earn 1,050 points
and put her in ifth after the irst event.
She then inished ifth in high jump with
a 1.78 metres-leap, before reaching a ca-
reer-best distance of 12.84m in the shot
put, which placed her third overall with
two events remaining.
She stayed in third place with a leap
of 5.99m in the long jump, however, the
inal event saw her drop ive spots after
clocking with a time of 2:35.05 in the
In January, Gittens became the irst
T&T athlete to hit 4,000-mark, establish-
ing a new national record at the Razor-
back Invitational indoor track and ield
meet in Arkansas. Then she had bagged
a bronze medal in the event.
In the women's shot put inal, jun-
ior Portious Warren of the University
of Alabama placed 11th with her best
throw measuring 16.14m. There was
not any success for T&T runners as non
advanced out of the preliminary round
in their respective events. Taking the
track irst was national 110m hurdles
champion Ruebin Walters also of the
University of Alabama. He raced in the
second of two heats and crossed seventh
in a time of 7.93 to place 13th overall, not
quick enough to advance as only eight
advance, the top two in each heat plus
the next four best times.
University of Kentucky sprinters
Dwight St Hillaire and Kayelle Clarke suf-
fered a similar fate in the preliminaries in
their respective 200m races with neither
T&T athletes being among the top eight
fastest times to progress to the inal.
St Hillaire, a freshman, clocked 20.98
to cross fourth in the opening heat while
Clarke, a senior, sped past the line in
23.29 to also place fourth in the second
heat. Both sprinters were 15th overall.
Late yesterday, Alabama's Mauricia
Preito and Louisiana State University
junior Zakiya Denoon were to compete
in the women's 4x400m relay inals.
Tyra Gittens established new national record in women's penthalon at NCAA Championships with 4,197 points
on Friday in Texas, USA.
Former T&T and Defence Force
footballer Criston Baptist putts during
the Chaguaramas Club Championship
at the Club's golf course yesterday.
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