Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : July 4th 2014 Contents A68
Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Friday, July 4, 2014
A key player in the oil and gas industry focused on international operations and is one of
the largest on-shore producers in Trinidad is seeking two (2) qualified nationals and/or
residents to fill the position of:
MAJOR ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES
Monitor, analyze and improve the current drilling and completion methods
Monitor and control cost, down time and other operational inefficiecies
Preparation of risk assessments and hazard analysis for optimizing the operations
Assist with the planning of workload, work scheduling and logistics management,
succession planning, equipment and material allocation
Assist with the preparation of the purchase requets and JAR approval
Support operations with KPI allocations, ISO and quality control, and monthly and
QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE
Typically 5 - 10 years of related industry experience with B.Sc. degree in Engineering,
with at least 5 years experience at a senior level
Excellent management, contractual and operation skills
Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to handle multiple
Highly organized with strong analytical skills and attention to detail.
Copies of all supporting documents must be attached to the application and
submitted no later than July 9, 2014.
Human Resources Department
Touchstone Exploration (Trinidad) Ltd.
# 30 Forest Reserve Road
Trinidad West Indies
A copy of your application and resume should also be forwarded to:
Chief Manpower Officer
Ministry of Labour and Small and Micro Enterprise Development
Level 11, Riverside Plaza, Besson Street
Port of Spain
UNSUITABLE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACKNOWLEDGED
A Women s League Football (Wolf) all-star team
will welcome Venezuela s national women s team
in the first of a four-match exhibition series, today
at the Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva, from 6.30 pm.
The Wolf all-star team will take on the South
Americans twice---today and on Tuesday---while the
national senior women s team will also meet the
same Venezuelan outfit twice, on Sunday (5 pm) and
finally on Wednesday (6.30 pm). All matches will be
played at the same venue.
The matches are being held to accommodate T&T s
preparations for next month s CFU Women s
Caribbean Cup, where the team will vie for a top
two spot in its group to qualify for the Concacaf
Women s Championship. T&T will meet St Kitts and
Nevis (August 20), Antigua and Barbuda (August 22)
and Martinique (August 24).
The Women s Caribbean Cup, which will be hosted
in T&T will see both group winners advance directly
to the final on August 26, while the two group run-
ners-up will meet in the third-place play-off on the
From the Concacaf Women s Championship, the
top three teams will advance to the 2015 Fifa Women s
World Cup, while the fourth best team will earn the
lone play-off spot against a Comnebol team. Canada
will host the World Cup and as a result are automatic
T&T s women will get a taste of Comnebol when
they face Venezuela twice before heading out to
Houston, Texas, for a month-long training camp.
Venezuela s team arrived in T&T yesterday. They
were originally carded to play two friendlies, both
against T&T s senior women s team, but because of
flight arrangements, the Venezuelans requested a
Local professional club Central FC launched its
inaugural all-female football camp which gets going
onat the Hasely Crawford Stadium s training pitch,
Wrightson Road, on Monday.
Brent Sancho, managing director at Central FC,
disclosed details of the camp at All Out Restaurant
and Bar, Queen s Park Oval, Port-of-Spain yester-
Sancho was accompanied by two US-based
women s players, Shannon Walisch and Marissa
Mohammed of the University of Tampa who are cur-
rently on a playing stint with the Central Women s
team in the TTFA s Women s League as well as George
Romano, the club s director of youth development
and women s football.
The camp will run from Monday to July 18th. Ses-
sions will also be held at Presentation College s ground
in Chaguanas. Players can register on Central FC s
website, centralfctt.com or by calling 679-5060 or
755-3734. The cost is $250 for one week or $300 for
the full two-week camp. It caters for girls aged eight
to 18 and local prominent women will be on hand
to deliver motivational and leadership talks.
"Central FC s women s programme is entitled
Respect Yourself, Protect Yourself . Using football as
a catalyst, we hope to provide mentors and role
models for young girls, to provide them with health
and personal safety advice, to encourage them to
become team players, to become less selfish and to
learn to respect themselves and others around them,"
The former T&T defender added, "At our all-
female football camp, not only will there be coaches
such as George Romano, who spent nearly 30 years
in the USA coaching college football, but also two
American player coaches from Tampa University and
a Trinidadian who has just returned from a US col-
The title sponsor for the camp is Phoenix Park
Gas Processors with Gatorade, Oscar Francois, Organ-
ics and the T&T Football Association among the
Central FC launches
women's football camp
further two matches to fill their schedule.
Sharon O Brien, president of both
women s football at the T&T Football Asso-
ciation (TTFA) and the Wolf said the All
Star team was the perfect filler for
Venezuela s tour of T&T as they (Wolf play-
ers) were limited to their exposure in the
It too, could potentially lead to a few
players earning a spot in T&T s squad for
the CFU Women s Caribbean Cup.
With regard to former head coach Marlon
Charles resignation, O Brien said up to yes-
terday no confirmation was made on who
would lead the national team for the two
friendly matches. National men s senior
team head coach Stephen Hart trained with
the team this week and may act as head
coach for the national women s team s first
match on Sunday.
The team, however, is expected to meet
up with Randy Waldrun, who has agreed
to lead the team through the Women s
Caribbean Cup without pay.
Waldron is currently head coach of US
National Soccer League s Houston Dash.
The Wolf all-star team will be led by Jason
Following Venezuela s tour, T&T will
depart for Houston, Texas on or around July
14. The team is expected to return home
on August 10. Vernetta Flanders, the
women s senior national team manager said
between 25-30 players will be in camp for
the Houston tour.
The team will play a series of exhibition
matches which is expected to include at
least one international opponent and two
Flanders said there are potential oppo-
nents in sight, but she was not yet in a
position to reveal their identities.
Wolf All Stars clash with Venezuelan women today
Links Archive July 3rd 2014 July 5th 2014 Navigation Previous Page Next Page