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Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Tuesday, August 5, 2014
A Construction Company in the Southern area is seeking applications
from suitably qualified candidates who are reliable, responsible and effi-
cient for the following positions:
1. TRUCK DRIVERS
- Class 4 and Class 5
2. DOCUMENT CONTROL CLERK - 1 yr
experience, 5 CXC subjects, including Maths and English A. Must be
Computer Literate, Typing skill required.
3. ACCOUNTS CLERK
- Pursuing Level I ACCA
4. PURCHASING CLERK
- 1 yr experience, 5 CXC
subjects, including Maths and English A, (Pursuing CIPS will be an
5. CIVIL ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN - 2 vrs experience,
(Pursuing- BSc in Civil Engineering will be an asset)
6. CIVIL ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN TRAINEE
Diploma in national Engineering Technician.
Interested persons should submit, their resume along with
2 references, indicating the desired position, no later than August 15,
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: email@example.com 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
You may have a specific dream job
in mind, but it simply may not exist
because of the economy. So if you ve
been going after the same thing with-
out success for quite a while, try shift-
ing your focus.
There are people who ve been laid
off from six-figure jobs, unable to come
close to replacing their income.
So instead of driving themselves
crazy, they move in a completely dif-
ferent direction for the sake of getting
busy and back to work.
For example, think of the former
advertising executive turned Starbucks
barista because of a love of the coffee.
Then, there s the former project man-
ager for a Fortune 50 turned Container
Store sales associate because it s always
been her favourite place to shop.
Just because you re job searching
doesn t mean you must suffer the self-
induced pressure of finding the perfect
job.Because you re not likely to keep this
role forever, this may be a good time
to try something new with the intention
of using the position as a stepping-
stone to something greater.
Baristas and sales associates get pro-
If you re lucky, you re very good at
what you love.
But that s not always the case. Many
times when you re job searching, some-
one encourages you to do what you re
Friends and family will tell you that
you re so good at this or that, which
is what you should pursue career-wise.
And although being good at something
is one way of looking at job options,
it s not the only measure.
For example, you may be great with
numbers and accounting, but you re
burned out from that line of work.
Or you may be wonderful with chil-
dren but you re no longer excited by
teaching. Instead of pursuing what
you re good at, now may be the time
to pursue what you enjoy, what really
turns you on.
There s a key distinction --- and it s
a decision you should make.
"Friends and family will tell you that you're so
good at this or that, which is what you should
pursue career-wise. And although being good at
something is one way of looking at job options,
it's not the only measure. For example, you may
be great with numbers and accounting, but
you're burned out from that line of work."
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