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Completed ACCA with at least 3 -
4 years experience in this position
Sound understanding of management
and financial accounting
Ability to advise in financial matters
Min Diploma in Human Resource
Mgt plus 5 years experience
Excellent communication skills
Good interpersonal/teamwork and
Some knowledge of the maritime
sector would be an asset
Interested applicants should submit
their resume' to:
Guardian Box No.Y 1810
Deadline for submitting applications:
22nd August, 2014 0728097
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 one (1) qualified national and/or resident 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 inefficiencies.
Preparation of risk assessments and hazard analysis for optimizing the operations process.
Assist with the planning of workload, work scheduling and logistics management, succession
planning, equipment and material allocation.
Assist with the preparation of the purchase requests and JAR approval.
Support operations with KPI allocations, ISO and quality control, and monthly and annual
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 priorities.
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 August 7, 2014 to:
Human Resources Department
Touchstone Exploration (Trinidad) Ltd.
#30 Forest Reserve Road
Trinidad West Indies
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or
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
UNSUITABLE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACKNOWLEDGED
SAN JUAN---Tropical Storm Bertha
aimed for the Bahamas and the Turks
and Caicos islands early yesterday as
its heavy rains and wind led to the
cancellation of flights and caused
power outages in parts of the
The storm had maximum sustained
winds of 45 mph (75 kph), and slow
strengthening was expected by Monday.
Bertha was centred 70 miles (110 kilo-
metres) east-southeast of Puerto Plata
in the Dominican Republic and was
moving northwest at 22 mph (35 kph)
late Saturday night.
Tropical storm warnings were in
effect for the southeastern Bahamas
and the Turks and Caicos Islands. A
tropical storm watch was in effect for
the central Bahamas.
Bertha clipped the Dominican
Republic s northeast coast late Saturday
after passing just southwest of Puerto
Rico earlier that day, dropping between
three to five inches (eight-13 centime-
tres) of rain, with isolated amounts of
up to eight inches (20 centimetres).
The director of the Dominican
Republic s Emergency Operations Cen-
ter, Juan Manuel Mendez, said there
were no immediate reports of damage.
Rescue crews travelled to the coun-
try s east and northeast regions to help
with evacuations if needed, while
authorities banned vessels from oper-
ating along the country s east coast,
which is popular with tourists.
"Our obligation is to make sure that
no person, national or foreign, expe-
rience problems" because of the storm,
Antigua-based regional airline LIAT
and Seaborne Airlines cancelled several
flights in the Dominican Republic and
Bertha caused nearly 39,000 power
outages in Puerto Rico, most of them
in the island s central mountainous
region following more than 1,200 light-
ning strikes that occurred in the area
Saturday afternoon, authorities said.
More than 3,000 households also
were left without water, said Alberto
Lazaro, director of the island s water
and sewer company.
The storm forced some 220 people
into several government shelters in
Puerto Rico s southeast region, the
majority of them international athletes
participating in a youth baseball tour-
The heaviest rains fell in Puerto Rico s
southern and eastern regions, with
authorities urging people to stay
Puerto Rico Health Secretary Ana
Rius warned people to use mosquito
repellent and install screens on open
windows, noting that the number of
mosquitoes is expected to multiply
across Puerto Rico in upcoming days
as a result of the rains. The US territory
is battling dengue cases as well as an
epidemic of the mosquito-born chikun-
The storm brought some rain to a
drought-hit area of southern Puerto
Rico, but it was not yet known whether
it rained enough to cancel strict water
rationing measures that are scheduled
to start on Wednesday, authorities said.
Two women walk with the protection of an umbrella in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico. Bertha pushed just south
of Puerto Rico as it unleashed heavy rains and strong winds across the region. AP PHOTO
Storm Bertha aims for Bahamas, Turks and Caicos
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