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Associate Project Manager
Arcadis

Position Summary:

ARCADIS seeks an experienced technical project manager to provide leadership in client service, business development, staff development and project delivery in the Rocky Mountain region. The candidate must have significant experience with upstream and/or midstream oil and gas projects. The ideal candidate will have a diverse background in development planning and design, permitting, resource studies and mitigation, operations regulatory compliance, and facility/incident closure programs for federal, state and fee mineral projects in the Rocky Mountain region. Candidate must have experience with planning, permitting and compliance for all phases upstream and/or midstream oil and gas operations. The candidate must be experienced in developing, nurturing, and leveraging key relationships to build business, and in training and mentoring staff for exceptional performance. Candidate must display initiative, strong work ethic, and commitment to excellence.


Responsibilities:
  • Identifying, pursuing, and securing sales opportunities for a wide range of services to the oil and gas market sector
  • Leveraging and developing relationships to build long-term business partnerships
  • Maintaining effective relationships with regulatory personnel
  • Leading project teams to provide timely, exceptional project deliverables during various phases of exploration, development, operations and abandonment
  • Effective project management to ensure efficient task performance and timely delivery of work products and services
  • Providing technical leadership on complex, multimedia issues
  • Ensuring all work products meet ARCADIS quality standards
  • Collaborating with client service managers to effectively serve national clients
  • Developing junior staff regarding regulatory and compliance knowledge, planning and design, and project delivery
  • Participate in development and implementation to corporate strategy

Requirements:
  • Candidate must be able to travel for projects and business development
  • Must have a valid driver’s license
  • 8 years of consulting experience
  • Bachelor of Science degree in engineering, geology, environmental science or related

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

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Posted 3/30/2015

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Financial Analyst - Oil & Gas
Fifth Creek Energy

Position Summary:

Fifth Creek Energy Company, LLC – has an exciting opportunity for a Financial Analyst who will support the company’s strategic goals and objectives within its oil and gas exploration and production efforts. The candidate will play a key role in evaluating oil and gas opportunities alongside analyzing company and industry financial information. The position is based in Denver, Colorado.


Responsibilities:
  • Analyze production and energy related assets such as producing wells, minerals, and royalties.
  • Building financial models for potential oil and gas opportunities to determine valuation and project returns.
  • Assist in identification of acquisition candidates through the analysis of financial information from public and private companies.
  • Analyzing production forecast models, operating expenses, commodity prices, and other significant assumptions made in modeling efforts.
  • Drafting and presenting in written and oral format project reviews and recommendations to provide management with the information necessary to make critical business decisions.
  • Utilizing industry specific decline curve analysis and production forecasting software to assist in the financial modeling and forecasting.
  • Monitor industry and peer activity related to mergers and acquisitions, equity and debt offerings, and other important industry movements and report findings to management.
  • Other duties as assigned including specific research assignments.

Requirements:
  • Finance: 1 - 3 years

Qualifications:
  • Minimum Bachelors in finance, accounting or a related degree
  • CPA/MBA a plus but not required
  • 1 - 3 years of work experience in Oil & Gas
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications with an advanced understanding of Microsoft Excel including the use of key functions (pivot tables, data tables, vlookup, sumif) as well as using proper formatting abilities
  • Strong understanding of mathematical, statistical and other analytical tools
  • General use of financial reporting systems as it relates to sourcing required datasets and generating programmed reports and raw data exports



Contact Info for Applicants:

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Posted 3/30/2015

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Intelligence Specialist
PDC Energy

Position Summary:

The Business Intelligence (BI) Specialist is responsible for assisting in the maintenance and development of business intelligence applications. Identifies, researches, and resolves technical problems. Ensures that the use of business intelligence applications enhances business operations and decision making capabilities.


Responsibilities:
  • The tasks, duties and responsibilities of the position that are most important to get the job done. 1.Maintain the Microsoft BI Platform, assisting the Manager, Applications Development to ensure that BI solutions adhere to industry best practices from technical, performance and design perspectives;
  • Experience with SSIS, SSAS and SSRS design and development;
  • Maintain quality and integrity of data warehousing processes utilizing SSIS/SSAS tool-set based on knowledge of production data management practices including: data validation and error reporting, load management, scheduling, performance monitoring and tuning;
  • Ability to create SSIS packages, based in knowledge of software lifecycle practices for large data environments;
  • Assist in developing strategic enterprise-level reporting solutions including web-based reports, self-service solutions, dashboards, scorecards, and queries utilizing SSRS/SSAS. Assist in implementing effective business analytics practices that drive improved decision-making, efficiency and performance;
  • Monitor and resolve issues related to the Microsoft Business Intelligence platform;
  • Provide technical expertise in support of the multiple relational database management systems that host the company’s ERP and application system; 8.Communicate regularly with technical, applications and operational staff to ensure database integrity, security and optimized performance at the application and database level;
  • Provide data manipulation and reporting assistance to other departments as needed;
  • Identify, communicate, and resolve data quality and data reconciliation issues;
  • Responsible for creating data management documentation including data standards, procedures and definitions for the data dictionary;
  • Participate with team in planning and problem resolution;
  • Protect confidential information;
  • Follow established (PDC) IT Operational procedures and objectives;
  • Maintain a positive image when dealing with other PDC employees;
  • Perform and assume other duties and responsibilities as may be required at the direction of the Sr. Business Intelligence Specialist.

Requirements:
  • .Knowledge of Data Warehousing, Data Architecture and Design concepts with practical experience in the implementation of these concepts;
  • Experience with Data Modeling BI solutions; OLAP design/SSAS, SSRS and SSIS;
  • Ability to evaluate and improve the efficiency and effectiveness of operations; Excels at uncovering hidden trends in a volume of data; Strong problem determination and resolution skills;.
  • Demonstrate a willingness to commit additional time and effort necessary during periods of heavy workload in order to meet project milestones and implementation deadlines;
  • Detail oriented and organized with an ability to meet deadlines; 6.Self-motivated, able to work within a project-based environment;
  • Demonstrated history of functioning independently while working well in a team oriented environment, taking the initiative to be productive and efficient;
  • Ability to effectively communicate with users of diverse backgrounds and skill levels from the novice user to the expert programmer;

Qualifications:
  • Oil & Gas Industry experience;
  • Experience with BOLO, Peloton and Merrick systems data;
  • Experience with SharePoint 2010/2013;
  • Experience with Performance Point;
  • Experience with .NET, C#, and/or VB; 6.Experience with the E&P business model;
  • Microsoft BI Certification or willingness to pursue within 1 year of hire.
  • Bachelors degree in a relevant field required;
  • Microsoft certification encompassing business intelligence development, a plus;
  • Minimum 1 to 3 years in business intelligence and data warehousing environments and 1 to 3 years of overall IT experience;
  • MS SQL Server 2008/2014, Integration Services (SSIS) and Reporting Services (SSRS) required. Strong scripting abilities and understanding of, views, data aggregation/manipulation through table joins/queries;
  • Demonstrated experience in data extraction and manipulation, ETL techniques required;
  • Demonstrated knowledge of Business Intelligence areas including OLAP design, ETL design, analytics, and reporting.



Contact Info for Applicants:

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Posted 3/26/2015

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SharePoint Administrator
PDC Energy

Position Summary:

The SharePoint Administrator manages all aspects of PDC’s SharePoint Environment, including gathering business needs, design chances, architectural standardization, availability, performance, reliability, monitoring and security. This position plays a pivotal part in the development of strategies for optimal use of SharePoint 2013 within the organization. The SharePoint Administrator must be able to work with very little supervision in a highly dynamic and energetic, fast paced environment.


Responsibilities:
  • The tasks, duties and responsibilities of the position that are most important to get the job done. 1.Take functional ownership and become the subject matter expert (SME) of the current SharePoint 2013 environment, helping business users translate their needs into SharePoint functionality, including site templates, content types, workflows, InfoPath forms, dashboards, etc;
  • Work with IT Project Managers and Business Analysts to design and develop solutions to address business needs and opportunities, and propose changes that would make the SharePoint environment a more effective solution.
  • Examine requirements documents and create technical design documents, unit test, and system test and implement plans for small to complex projects;
  • Coordinate with PDC Field Offices in standardizing and optimizing the way data/information is stored and retrieved. Guide them towards usage of the SharePoint 2013 platform as appropriate;
  • Provide environment administration for SharePoint 2013, assisting the Manager, Applications Development to ensure that intranet solutions adhere to industry best practices from technical, performance and design perspectives;
  • Oversee the SharePoint Portal Server Infrastructure, user access and application deployment – taking a lead role in implementing SharePoint solutions across PDC Energy;
  • Support the installation, configuration, security, operation and maintenance of web portal servers, equipment and software related to SharePoint infrastructure;
  • Participate in planning and execution of tasks related to the evaluation of new SharePoint based initiatives (Upgraded versions, Third Party Solutions, Integration with additional Enterprise Systems);
  • Develop, configure and maintain document libraries, enterprise lists and site collections;
  • Perform typical system administration activities such as site creation, user training, backup, restore and issue resolution;
  • Use judgment and creativity to design coding approach to meet requirements/specifications as provided by the business analysts and software development mangers;
  • Maintain current industry knowledge of functional capabilities, development concepts, best practices and procedures for SharePoint 2013 solutions;
  • Participate with team in planning and problem resolution;
  • Protect confidential information;
  • Follow established (PDC) IT Operational procedures and objectives;
  • Maintain a positive image when dealing with other PDC employees;
  • Perform and assume other duties and responsibilities as may be required at the direction of the Manager, Application Development.

Requirements:
  • Knowledge of SharePoint 2013 concepts with practical experience in the implementation of these concepts;
  • Experience with records management retention within the SharePoint environment.
  • Experience with Nintex product and workflow environments;
  • Expertise and experience with complex technical activities;
  • Ability to evaluate and improve the efficiency and effectiveness of operations;
  • Strong problem determination and resolution skills;
  • Demonstrates a willingness to commit the additional time and effort necessary during periods of heavy workload in order to meet project milestones and implementation deadlines;
  • Detail oriented and organized with an ability to meet deadlines;
  • Self-motivated, able to work within a project-based environment;
  • Demonstrated history of functioning independently while working well in a team oriented environment, taking the initiative to be productive and efficient;
  • Ability to effectively communicate with users of diverse backgrounds and skill levels from the novice user to the expert programmer;
  • Preferred Skills (though not required): experience with .NET, C#, and/or VB, experience with SharePoint 2013 tools including SharePoint Designer, InfoPath and Dashboard Designer, experience with the E&P business model, and Microsoft SharePoint Certification or willingness to pursue within 1 year of hire.

Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s degree (preferably in Computer Science) or relevant field;
  • Minimum 3 to 5 years in working with Microsoft SharePoint environments (with SharePoint 2013 being the most recent experience) and 5 years of overall IT experience;
  • Microsoft Certification SharePoint (MOSS 2010) development a plus.



Contact Info for Applicants:

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Posted 3/26/2015

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Multi-Skilled Operator
Swift Worldwide Resources

Position Summary:

Swift World Wide Resources is the leading supplier of manpower to the Oil and Gas Industry.  With over 30 years of experience, Swift serves as a strategic partner supplying both contract and direct hire services to its blue chip client base.  Through Swift’s innovative recruitment strategies, Swift has generated a current contractor pool of over 3200 Swifties which span 35 countries across the globe.  Swift’s expansive footprint provides true global talent solutions to major capital projects throughout the world. The Multi-Skilled Operator (MSO) is part of a field asset team and is a hands-on position in the field. An MSO is responsible for safely optimizing, operating and maintaining wells and all surface equipment on the lease or facilities. Technical guidance is provided by the Production Foreman and other members of the field team. A MSO must safely be able to do the following:

  • Start-up and shut-down all facilities, equipment, and wells in a safe manner
  • Work with production leadership, production engineers, and peers to solve problems associated with the well bore, production, and surface facilities

Responsibilities:
  • Adhere to all Safety, Environmental, and Company policies and procedures
  • Be a safety leader in the company safety program
  • Participate in pre-startup safety reviews (PSSR)
  • Participate in incident investigations and HSE audits as assigned
  • Operate a company-provided vehicle in a safe manner while adhering to the company driving guidelines
  • Inspect gas and oil wells, tanks, meters, separators, compressors, and attached piping components for leaks or unusual conditions and take corrective actions if needed
  • Access remote locations to check wells, maintain normal operating levels, pressures and flow on separation equipment, and make adjustments to automatic and manual controls
  • Gauge tanks for sale or transfer of condensate, crude oil, and water while maintaining appropriate and accurate records
  • Ensure wells are prioritized and operated to maintain contractual obligations
  • Operate rental compressors, flowing gas wells, gas lift wells, rod pump units, submersible wells, surface pumping equipment, and test wells
  • Gather relevant data on the above mentioned equipment to and compare daily changes to both equipment and productivity
  • Adjust pumping unit run time, time clock, injection adjustment, stroke lengths, shoot fluid levels, run dynamometers, and perform basic trouble shooting
  • Utilize electronic remote well supervision, SCADA, etc., to optimize production and reduce safety and environmental impact
  • Maintain chemical injection rates, start up and shut in wells
  • Accurately enter daily volumes, well tests, downtime and injection information into a computer database in a timely manner
  • Monitor daily production inputs into electric data gathering software and compare input data with output data for accuracy
  • Proactively monitor and optimize production costs within area of control
  • Perform minor hands on production equipment repairs - generate work notifications/material request for all other work that is needed for equipment reliability
  • Operate and optimize Artificial Lift Systems such as: wellhead compression, capillary strings, plunger lift, foamed injection, gas lifts and flow case equipment
  • Execute required regulatory tasks generated by SAP, such as A&OI inspections, site security, and end of the month closings
  • Take full ownership for daily operations and maintenance of assigned wells
  • Have ability to be on call and respond to call-out alarms
  • Maintain cleanliness and order on lease routes and at facilities
  • Perform detailed and effective shift handovers - communicate shift notes where applicable
  • Contribute to achieving Safety, Production, and Financial goals set by both corporate and the individual Business Units

Requirements:
  • Legally authorized to work in the United States
  • Valid driver's license
  • Willingness and ability to perform/comply with the following:
  • To work in temperature extremes or adverse weather conditions
  • To work in several different geographic locations each day
  • To work both in and out of a company-owned vehicle
  • To wear appropriate special safety equipment
  • To climb heights up to 24 feet to gauge tanks
  • To walk, bend, stoop and lift
  • To use hand tools to make minor repairs
  • To work weekends and be on call

Qualifications:
  • Ability to prepare accurate and legible reports
  • Associates Degree/Trade Certification or higher in a Production Technology, Process Technology or related technical field
  • 3+ years direct experience with oil and gas production practices, equipment and terminology
  • Work independently with minimum supervision
  • Satisfactory safety record and knowledge of safety rules and practices
  • Ability to utilize laptop PC and applicable software programs
  • Ability to read and understand production and financial reports
  • Ability to react to visual and aural signals, alarms, and instructions
  • Takes ownership of actions and follows through on commitments
  • Responds resourcefully, flexibly and positively when faced with challenges and demands
  • Demonstrates a strong commitment to delivering results while maintaining a safe environment
  • Transmits information so it is received and understood in the way it was intended
  • Builds positive relationships across organizations that foster a strong work environment
  • Constantly searches for and implements new ways of doing business better
  • Encourages new ways of looking at problems, processes or solutions



Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE


Posted 3/26/2015

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Specialist
Swift Worldwide Resources

Position Summary:

Swift World Wide Resources is the leading supplier of manpower to the Oil and Gas Industry.  With over 30 years of experience, Swift serves as a strategic partner supplying both contract and direct hire services to its blue chip client base.  Through Swift’s innovative recruitment strategies, Swift has generated a current contractor pool of over 3200 Swifties which span 35 countries across the globe.  Swift’s expansive footprint provides true global talent solutions to major capital projects throughout the world.
Currently, we’re hiring a Specialist in Dickinson, North Dakota!


Responsibilities:
  • Being a safety leader
  • Mentoring and working with a team of Multi-Skilled Operators and Contract Operators that operate oil and gas wells, gas compression & dehydration, measurement and all surface facilities in a safe and efficient environmentally sound manner
  • Liaison with various work groups (i.e. Engineering, Systems, Projects, and Maintenance) to accomplish priorities in the assigned area
  • Conducting and participating in pre-start up reviews
  • Auditing work done by contractors and employees in area
  • Scheduling, monitoring and filing regulatory H-5's, H-15's, Change of Status, and First Delivery reports
  • Assisting with the development of operations procedures
  • Coordinating with Engineering and Operations to achieve established objectives and to minimize interruptions to operations
  • Training and /or auditing contract personnel on policies and procedures
  • Downtime reporting and reporting of production volumes
  • Assisting with OPEX tracking and reporting
  • Utilize Cygnet for production surveillance and optimization
  • Training and assisting field operator in Cygnet, Avocet, reporting systems, pump-off controllers, Wellview, Wellsite, and LPRS
  • Daily focus on well review and optimization
  • Track and finalize wells on morning report
  • Able to be "on-call" for weekend rotation

Requirements:
  • Legally authorized to work in the United States
  • Valid driver's license
  • 7+ years of direct experience in upstream field operations
  • Advanced level of proficiency of oil and gas operations, gas compression, measurement and surface facility operations
  • and maintenance

Qualifications:
  • Associates Degree/Trade Certification or higher in a Production Technology, Process Technology or related technical field
  • Proficient (ability to perform skill with little assistance) with Word, Excel, SAP, Wellview, Avocet and Power Point
  • Understanding well control theories and techniques
  • Ability to prepare accurate and legible reports
  • Ability to read and understand production and financial reports
  • Ability to react to visual and aural signals, alarms, and instructions
  • Takes ownership of actions and follows through on commitments
  • Generates effective solutions based on available information and makes timely decisions
  • Actively communicates and takes time to safely perform work to protect our people and environment
  • Encourages new ways of looking at problems, processes or solutions
  • Constantly searches for and implements new ways of doing business better
  • Builds positive relationships across organizations that foster a strong work environment
  • Transmits information so it is received and understood in the way it was intended
  • Responds resourcefully, flexibly and positively when faced with challenges and demands



Contact Info for Applicants:

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Posted 3/26/2015

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GIS Technician
Stellar Recruitment

Position Summary:

Stellar Recruitment is partnered with the GIS Manager at a publicly-traded oil & gas company to recruit a GIS TECHNICIAN to their team in Denver, Colorado. Our client is stable, well-established company has over 500,000 acres they are developing in the Appalachian Basin, a market cap of $10B and a 2015 budget of $2B.

This GIS TECHNICIAN role, reporting to a Senior GIS Analyst, be responsible for executing a wide-scope of GIS related projects across database management, data transfer, mapping, technical support and process improvement.


Responsibilities:
  • Review incoming and existing related data for accuracy
  • Work with the Land Teams to generate requested maps
  • Manually transfer spatial data between Petra and ArcGIS
  • Update, review and maintain the company’s databases
  • Recognize ways to improve GIS efficiencies and processes
  • Provide GIS related IT support/troubleshooting as needed
  • Liaise with IT, Land, Geology, Operations and Reserves

Requirements:
  • Bachelor’s Degree in GIS or related field is a plus
  • 2+ years of upstream oil and gas GIS experience is required
  • Experience with ArcGIS and Petra is required
  • Entry-level coding (python, SQL, etc.) experience is a plus

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

To APPLY for the position please email your resume to Daniel or call 1-720-599-3003. Reference job # DM25480


Posted 3/26/2015

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Reservoir Engineer
Stellar Recruitment

Position Summary:

Stellar Recruitment has been appointed to recruit on behalf of a private oil and gas operator in Denver, Colorado. Our client currently has 85 employees across the corporate and field offices, a stable financial platform and they have ~50,000 acres in the DJ Basin they are actively exploring and developing. This company has a laid-back, autonomous culture where they value efficient, intelligent and solutions focused employees.

As the RESERVOIR ENGINEER reporting to the Engineering Manager, you will be tasked with executing reserves, reservoir and M&A projects as assigned. You will also play a critical part in building a successful oil and gas company.


Responsibilities:
  • Oversee, manage and execute the reserves processes for the company
  • Deliver corporate reserves data and performance metrics to management
  • Integrate the company’s recent acquisitions into the corporate reserves
  • Liaise with internal and external stakeholders to ensure reserves compliance
  • Manage the company’s relationships with third-party reserves consultants
  • Assist with screening and analyzing potential merger and acquisition deals
  • Generate field development plans, production models, forecasts and budgets
  • Conduct reservoir studies and economic analyses and present findings
  • Assist Engineer, Geoscience, Land and Accounting with assigned projects

Requirements:
  • Bachelors of Science in Petroleum Engineering or similar required
  • 3+ years of oil and gas reservoir engineering experience required
  • Must have experience managing and executing reserves projects
  • Experience using PhdWin is preferred

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

To APPLY for the position please email your resume to Daniel or call 1-720-599-3003. Reference job # DM 25465


Posted 3/26/2015

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Jr. AP Accountant
Stellar Recruitment

Position Summary:

Stellar Recruitment is currently partnered with a private equity backed midstream company headquartered in Colorado. Our client specializes in providing natural gas gathering, processing infrastructure and related services for oil and gas production companies across the Rockies. Together we are seeking a Jr. AP Accountant to join the company’s corporate office located in downtown Denver. This is an exciting opportunity to join an expanding company with a great working environment. Being a smaller office, the successful candidate will gain exposure to a number of areas in oil & gas accounting which will provide valuable skills and experience and allow for further career development in the future.


Responsibilities:
  • Verify, process, and pay general operating expenses 
  • Organize, confirm, and process vouchers for checks
  • Arrange and file the processed vouchers in a timely manner
  • Analyze and reconcile various vendor account statements
  • Perform a variety of accounts payable oriented data entry
  • Assist in month end closing process for accounts payable
  • Complete required functions within established deadlines
  • Perform additional duties as defined in the payment process

Requirements:
  • Associates or Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or Business
  • 2+ years’ experience working in the oil and gas industry
  • Proficient and accurate data entry skills required.
  • Strong organizational skills required.
  • Proven ability to work well with others in a team environment.
  • Excellent computer skills with Excel and Excalibur experience preferred.

Qualifications:

See above




Contact Info for Applicants:

Please email your resume in word format to Dan and reference Job #DB25445.  For a confidential discussion, please contact Dan Bryan on +1 720 599 3007


Posted 3/23/2015

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Controller / Accounting Manager
Boulay

Position Summary:

Boulay is currently conducting a search for one of our key clients, an innovative and growing Oil and Gas Automation and Measurement solutions provider, with offices throughout the West.  The individual selected will function both tactically and strategically to optimize performance and operations by: establishing and maintaining financial policies, procedures, controls, metrics and reporting, and providing analysis for decision making.

The individual selected will be responsible for the accounting operations including: the production of periodic financial reports, maintenance of accounting records,  managing a comprehensive set of controls designed to mitigate risk, managing the accuracy of the Company’s reported financial results, and ensuring reports comply with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles.  This position is located in Denver, Colorado.  This position reports to the Director of Finance and Accounting and works closely with the entire high-energy senior leadership team. 

The role provides the opportunity for an ambitious candidate to quickly develop their skill-set and career with a very talented and high-energy executive team.  The candidate would interact daily with the executive team as well as periodically with lending institutions, while also receiving exposure to a high-profile board of directors.  Finally, this role will provide the candidate the ability to manage, develop and mentor their team over time. 

The description below can help you to determine if their vision for this role is indeed aligned with your knowledge, skills, experience and next step in your career plans.


Responsibilities:

Accounting and Finance

  • Assumes managerial responsibility for operations and integrity of all accounting systems including: general ledger, accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll (ADP), sales commission, credit, cost accounting and inventory.
  • Safeguards assets by implementing disciplines, processes and procedures of internal audits, controls, and checks and balances across departments 
  • Manages year-end review, including overseeing accuracy of year-end inventory count and valuation.
  • Accurately manages all accruals throughout year, so not as to require year end adjustments / true-ups
  • Develops tools and systems to provide critical financial and operational information to the CEO and executive leadership team and make actionable recommendations on both operational and strategic plans, projects, programs, and systems.
  • Identifies trends related to profitability, cash flow and key business decisions.
  • Measures and compiles comparisons of actual financial results against budget projections and assists in creation of such budgets.
  • Continually assesses and evaluates opportunities for providing additional data to assist operations, sales and leadership team in decision making processes.
  • Performs additional finance and accounting responsibilities as needed, or directed by the executive management team.

Reporting

  • Manages financial statement preparation, review, reporting, and reconciliation assuring all statements are accurate, complete and in accordance with GAAP.
  • Ensures accurate and timely month-end and year-end close processes and related reporting.
  • Prepares special reports by collecting, analyzing and summarizing KPI’s, information and trends.
  • Develops and manages various reports for multi-state sales tax, workers comp provider, banks and governmental entities.

Audit / Taxes

  • Oversees annual audit process and interaction with CPA firm, including preparation of schedules, account reconciliations and related materials
  • Provides K-1 tax information and assists in tax planning 
  • Manages and ensures compliance with Federal and State withholding and filing obligations (payroll, state, etc.)

Compliance

  • Assures compliance with federal, state and local legal requirements, enforcing adherence to requirements, filing financial reports, and advising management regarding required actions.
  • Manages business insurance audits and other inquiries from outside agents.

Management

  • Manages accounting department staff through effective: selection, orientation, leadership, planning, mentoring/coaching, training and development, and performance management.
  • Ensures operational requirements are fulfilled by efficiently assigning and scheduling staff and assuring completion of required actions.
  • Develops and utilizes performance metrics that effectively measure individual and departmental goal attainment which support company’s strategic objectives.
  • Systems
  • Utilizes NetSuite ERP system administration, optimization, and security components. 
  • Becomes resident in-house expert on everything NetSuite related (not expected day 1). 
  • Interfaces with and manages NetSuite consultants when necessary.

Requirements:

Required

  • At least five years accounting experience including: general ledger, financial reporting, payroll, accounts receivable, accounts payable and budget management,
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Accounting or related area.
  • Knowledge of accounting, budgeting, finance, cost control principles.
  • Ability to analyze financial data and prepare financial reports, statements, projections and cost-benefit analysis.
  • Solid leadership skills, evidenced by successfully building, motivating and managing teams, and by effectively working as a partner with the leadership team.
  • Motivation and desire to get involved in the tactical/operational side of the business.
  • Desire to operate in a fast-paced, small and entrepreneurial business environment, with ability to handle change effectively 
  • Enthusiasm for process optimization and a commitment to continuous learning.
  • Knowledge of regulatory requirements for processing payroll.
  • Energy and drive to deliver objectives on time, on budget, and on target.
  • Excellent attention to details, organization and time management skills.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office; high level of proficiency in Excel.
  • Able to operate with discretion and in a confidential and professional manner.
  • Solid communication and interpersonal skills.

Desired

  • Experience managing information technology functions and previous HR exposure.
  • Experience with: Distribution businesses or Oil and Gas industry.
  • Experience within privately held organizations or small businesses.
  • Experience optimizing software systems (ERP), or specifically with NetSuite and QuickBooks familiarity.
  • CPA.

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE.


Posted 3/23/2015

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Production Foreman
Stellar Recruitment

Position Summary:

Stellar Recruitment is partnered with a private-equity backed oil & gas company to recruit a PRODUCTION FOREMAN to their team in Wyoming. Our client is focused on acquiring, developing and selling oil and gas properties in the Rockies in order to generate value for their employees and investors.

Reporting to the Operations Manager, the PRODUCTION FOREMAN will supervise all daily production related projects in the field, manage a team of 3 pumpers and report back to the corporate office in Denver, Colorado.


Responsibilities:
  • Identify areas to improve production rates and efficiencies
  • Plan, schedule, troubleshoot and execute projects
  • Oversee any issues that come up at an injection plant
  • Get the most out of a field with mature infrastructure
  • Construct production facilities as the field expands
  • Direct and maintain the company’s fleet of vehicles
  • Administer vendors, invoices and work tickets
  • Hire, manage, mentor and schedule a team of pumpers
  • Monitor workover rigs and projects when needed
  • Ensure safety and environmental compliance

Requirements:

see below


Qualifications:
  • 5+ years of oil and gas field production foreman experience
  • Must have strong leadership, mentoring and management skills
  • Ability to work remotely in a fast-paced, small-team environment



Contact Info for Applicants:

To APPLY for the position please email your resume to Daniel or call 1-720-599-3003. Reference number DM25403


Posted 3/20/2015

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Systems Lead
Swift Worldwide Resources

Position Summary:

Swift World Wide Resources is the leading supplier of manpower to the Oil and Gas Industry. Currently we’re looking for a Project Systems Lead in Watford, North Dakota.  This individual would report to the Projects I/E Foreman, the Systems Lead is accountable for all aspects of the construction of the assigned facility and is directly responsible for installation and proper operation of all instrumentation and electrical equipment.  Both the Systems Lead and Project Lead are responsible for ensuring effective communication and coordination from pre-planning to project close-out.


Responsibilities:

Pre-Construction Phase:

  • Verify IFC plot plans will adequately support transformer placement, planned equipment placement and underground conduit/wire runs.  Coordinate efforts accordingly with Project Lead.
  • Review schedule template with planner, scheduler, foremen and tailor schedule according to the variations unique to the project and preferences to execution plan.
  • Participate in model reviews, kickoff meetings, construction readiness reviews and associated Performance Excellence program requirements.
  • Directly interface with project field buyers to ensure accurate and expedient delivery of all materials required by contract model.

Construction Phase:

  • Direct*, drive, coordinate, monitor and report on work performed (*contract model dependent).
  • Primary contact for all HSE reporting (Hazard ID’s, Near Misses and Incidents).
  • Responsible for efficiently planning and approving excavation, hot work and lock out/tag out and try permits and accountable for the safe execution of each.
  • Verify timesheet, invoice and daily field report accuracy relevant to all projects assigned.
  • Conduct JSA reviews, focused audits, OTZ’s, incident reporting, safety stand downs and provide necessary training to those that require further mentoring to appropriately adhere to client’s policies/regulations.
  • Manage qualified worker designations (Site Leader).
  • “First touch” for all change requests prior to submitting to COP management.
  • Plan and direct project I/E technicians in all qualitative tests pertaining to safety critical shut downs.
  • Interface with assigned field material coordinators to ensure accurate and timely deliveries.
  • Author, review, and respond to RFI’s as necessary and act as intermediary between COP engineering and electrical contractor.

Construction Completion & Closeout:

  • Ensure that red lines, test records and documented items for after action review are accurate and have been turned over to Project I/E Foreman/Document Control.
  • Participate in AAR’s to identify lessons learned, missed opportunities and pain points.

Requirements:

see above


Qualifications:

see above 



  • Schedule: 2/2 rotation (weeks)
  • Rate: $565-590 per day, plus $100 a day per diem, .75 mile
  • Term: 12 months
  • 401K: 5%
  • Education: High School Diploma
  • Needs:  electrical and instrumentation background, MUST have experience running construction crews in I&E, would help if able to read primavera
  • Experience: 5+ years
  • Certificates:  OSHA 10, Hazwopper 8 hr
  • Work Environment:  Have a team of 4-10 per project, (roughly 3 projects at a time)

Contact Info for Applicants:

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Posted 3/19/2015

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Field Compliance Specialist
Bonanza Creek Energy

Position Summary:

Bonanza Creek Energy, Inc., an independent oil and gas company engaged in the acquisition, exploration, development and production of oil and associated liquids is currently searching for a Field Compliance Specialist to join our Evans team. This position is responsible for leading the field programs required to ensure compliance with CDPHE’s fugitive gas vapor (methane) emissions rules. These responsibilities include participating in field required STEM and LDAR compliance inspections, minor leak repairs and follow-up procedures. It is expected this individual will work in unison with Field Environmental Compliance Technicians, Environmental Compliance Managers, technical staff and field operations staff in this role. The duties include understanding and complying with local, state and federal laws and regulatory requirements and identifying and implementing compliance program improvements.


Responsibilities:
  • Responsible for field environmental and regulatory compliance, leading fugitive gas emissions inspections and leak repairs.
  • Work on assigned team, with Compliance Technician, capable of handling all STEM and LDAR test requirements
  • Perform leak inspections with IR camera, quantify and record leaks with applicable equipment
  • Assist as needed in conducting repairs, and act as safety watch and permit administrator as necessary
  • Contribute to leak and repair tracking efforts and associated reporting in company database
  • Participate in regular LDAR team meetings, as well as periodic reviews/audits to assist in the improvement of efficiency, safety and reporting from the BCEI LDAR team
  • Actively participate in 2015 Behavior Based Safety and Equipment Integrity Observation programs
  • Track, document and maintain field equipment and facility site diagrams, for regulatory reporting purposes. This data is essential for the efficiency of various departments in the company.
  • Assist Operations in tracking fired equipment inspections and ECD inspections.
  • Recommending corrective actions for improving field compliance and assist Field Environmental Manager in development of cost effective solutions.
  • Local EHS&RC; requirements

Requirements:
  • 5+ Years of experience in oil and gas
  • Knowledge of oil field processes, equipment and safety requirements
  • Strong attention to detail and good written and verbal communication skills
  • Familiarity with environmental and regulatory compliance requirements 
  • Experience working with CDPHE, COGCC, and EPA Region 8
  • Training and Certification in Optical Gas Imaging
  • Experience with LDAR programs, utilizing EPA Method 21 principles

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

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Posted 3/18/2015

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Sr. HR Manager/Director
Stellar Recruitment

Position Summary:

Stellar Recruitment is partnered with an established and diversified oil and gas company headquartered in Denver, CO. Our client has proven themselves a formidable player in the Denver market, operating businesses across the upstream, midstream and service sectors of the oil and gas industry. Together we are seeking an experienced SR. HR MANAGER / DIRECTOR to join their downtown office.

Reporting to the VP of Corporate Operations, the successful candidate will be responsible for working with the senior leadership team to review and upgrade the company’s current HR process and procedures, introduce and conduct analytical reporting, as well as overseeing and completing a range of general human resources activities.


Responsibilities:
  • Bachelor’s degree is required
  • 15+ years’ experience working in relevant positions
  • Strong preference for someone with previous oil & gas related experience
  • SHRM certified or equivalent is a plus
  • Strong background with analytical reporting, change management, etc.
  • MUST be a self-starter/ proactive, flexible and be able to work in a fast-paced environment

Requirements:

see above


Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

To APPLY for the position please email your resume to Dan or call 1-720-599-3007 reference number DB25328


Posted 3/12/2015

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Senior Geologist
Stellar Recruitment

Position Summary:

Stellar Recruitment has been appointed to recruit on behalf of a well-funded, private-equity backed oil and gas company in Denver, Colorado. Our client was recently established by a proven management team who built and IPO’d a well-recognized oil and gas company. They have their core management team in place and are now looking to add additional team members whom will play a major part in building the company.

As the company’s SENIOR GEOLOGIST, reporting to the Vice President, you will be accountable for exploration and field development within the company’s DJ Basin acreage as well as evaluating merger and acquisition prospects in other regions.


Responsibilities:
  • Explore the company’s DJ Basin acreage and identity drilling prospects
  • Work with the Engineering Team to develop drilling and completions plans
  • Generate reservoir characterization and well performance evaluations
  • Build a large-scale dataset necessary to create geologic models
  • Utilize and manage the geologic models to assist with A&D projects
  • Lead technical analysis of potential acquisition & divestiture prospects
  • Support yearly budgeting, planning and forecasting projects
  • Make regular presentations/recommendations to management

Requirements:
  • BS and MS in Geology required
  • 10+ years of oil and gas geology experience required
  • Previous experience working on projects in the DJ Basin is preferred

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

To APPLY for the position please email your resume to Daniel or call 1-720-599-3003. Reference number DM25311


Posted 3/12/2015

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Senior Reservoir Engineer
Stellar Recruitment

Position Summary:

Stellar Recruitment has been appointed to recruit on behalf of a well-funded, private-equity backed oil and gas company in Denver, Colorado. Our client was recently established by a proven management team who built and IPO’d a well-recognized oil and gas company. They have their core management team in place and are now looking to add additional team members whom will play a major part in building the company.

As the company’s SENIOR RESERVOIR ENGINEER, reporting to the Chief Operating Officer, you will be tasked with lead the technical evaluation and due diligence of acquisition prospects as well as field development projects for producing properties.


Responsibilities:
  • Identify and make recommendations on potential acquisition prospects
  • Evaluate and assign value to assets utilizing cash flow analyses
  • Generate and execute development plans for producing properties
  • Support regular budgeting, modelling, planning and forecasting projects
  • Understand market trends and inform business units of new discoveries
  • Work closely with Management to build and execute corporate strategies
  • Make regular presentations/recommendations to management

Requirements:
  • Bachelors of Science in Petroleum Engineering required
  • 10+ years of oil and gas petroleum engineering experience required
  • Proven ability to quickly and accurately evaluate A&D prospects
  • Experience using ARIES preferred

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

To APPLY for the position please email your resume to Daniel or call 1-720-599-3003. Reference number DM25310


Posted 3/12/2015

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Land Administration Lead
Stellar Recruitment

Position Summary:

Stellar Recruitment is a preferred recruitment partner for a privately oil and gas company that is developing properties in Pennsylvania and Texas. Our client has an impressive management team whom have a proven track record of building successful oil and gas companies and they have a clear vision and aggressive growth strategy.

As the LAND ADMINISTRATION LEAD, reporting to the VP of Land, you will be tasked with developing and implementing the necessary processes and procedures to provide quality land data to the Accounting Team so they can execute the full oil and gas accounting cycle. You will also be responsible for managing five direct reports on the Land Administration Team.


Responsibilities:
  • Manage lease records, division orders, the land database and systems
  • Liaise with the Land & Accounting Teams to develop processes/procedures
  • Provide accurate land data to the Accounting Team for their accounting cycle
  • Ensure all the land data is being entered accurately into the BOLO system
  • Oversee and direct the workflow of your Land Administration Team
  • Generate reports for the Engineering, Geoscience and Land Teams
  • Contribute to and be engaged in any acquisition/divestiture projects
  • Work closely with the company’s Management Team to set strategies

Requirements:
  • Bachelor’s degree in Land Management, Accounting, Business or similar
  • 10+ years of oil and gas land administration experience is required
  • Must have a strong understanding of the oil and gas accounting cycle
  • Strong proficiencies with MS Excel, MS Access and BOLO are preferred
  • Ability to thrive and motivate your team in a fast-paced, team environment

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

To APPLY for the position please email your resume to Daniel or call 1-720-599-3003. Reference number DM25331


Posted 3/12/2015

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Senior Geologist
Crescent Point Energy

Position Summary:

The Senior Geologist will evaluate and generate prospects within areas of responsibility and recommend appropriate company action to management. The candidate will work with Denver based multi-disciplinary team of geoscience, engineering, and land. The candidate will be expected to develop and maintain key contacts within the US oil and gas industry as a potential source of new opportunities and partnerships.


Responsibilities:
  • Subsurface mapping of structure, stratigraphic, hydrocarbon saturation, geochemistry, & producing potential of operated and non-operated acreage which will be used to assemble the drilling schedule and AFE election decisions
  • Prepare and make prospect presentations for management recommendations
  • Develop growth opportunities through land acquisition and exploration
  • Asset evaluations for acquisition and divestment
  • Develop and execute petrophysical models to refine interpretation of producing potential and OOIP
  • Prospect evaluation work to validate pre-existing interpretations and play concepts as well as creating new interpretations (i.e. depositional environment models, type logs, structure maps, isopach maps, cross sections, qualitative well log/mud log/core analysis, annotated bubble maps, etc.)
  • Manage and coordinate geological well site geosteering and mudlogging for horizontal drilling program

Requirements:
  • Bachelor’s degree in Geology is required
  • US professional geologist designation
  • Minimum of 6 years of geological and oil & gas experience specific to the US Rockies basins
  • Exploration and development mapping skills are required
  • Have a working knowledge of basic engineering techniques and applications specific to drilling, completions, reservoir and exploitation methods
  • Horizontal drilling program supervision and project management skills
  • Strong computer skills with proficiency in: Microsoft Office applications, Petra, or equivalent
  • Strong presentation skills are essential
  • Must be enthusiastic and highly self-motivated
  • Must be detail-oriented and able to work as a team player in a dynamic fast paced multidisciplinary environment
  • Excellent communication, analytical, organizational and time management skills are required
  • Team player who enjoys learning and contributing to team goals

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE


Posted 3/06/2015

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Senior Regulatory Specialist
Crescent Point Energy

Position Summary:

To assist with the application for, and execution of, oil and gas drilling permits and prepare all associated regulatory compliance submittals to state, federal and tribal agencies.


Responsibilities:
  • Work as a member of a multidisciplinary team of oil and gas professionals to stay apprised of daily operational activities. 
  • Responsible for permitting and compliance reporting to include, but not limited to: sundry notices, completion reporting, oil sales/transfers, gas sales flaring, state and federal reclamation requirements and all other surface management agency permit conditions.
  • Maintain well files and keep detailed records of all activities and submittals utilizing Microsoft Office.
  • Create honest and respectful relationships with all necessary tribal, state, federal and municipal agencies to ensure company objectives are being communicated and executed in both a timely and compliant fashion.
  • Work closely with organizations Health, Safety & Environment representatives and objectives to ensure corporate standards and integrity are being maintained, as well as other teams by providing support when needed.
  • Provide technical support to other team members and departments as needed.

Requirements:
  • Minimum of 5 years of related regulatory specific industry experience.
  • Working knowledge of all tribal, state, federal and municipal regulations;
  • Experience working successfully with the following agencies: Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Ute Indian Tribe Energy & Minerals Department, Utah Division of Oil, Gas and Mining, Utah Division of Wildlife, North Dakota Industrial Commission, Montana Board of Oil and Gas, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and U.S. Forestry Service;
  • Knowledge of National Environmental Policy Act and requirements thereof
  • Must be accustomed to working both independently and on project teams
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills with ability to effectively interact with all team members;
  • Willingness to help with any and all task large or small to ensure the success of the team;
  • ArcGIS experience would be considered an asset
  • Team player who enjoys learning and contributing to team goals

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

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Posted 03/06/2015

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Senior Petroleum Geologist
Fifth Creek Energy

Position Summary:

Potential candidate should have 15 - 20 years oil and gas exploration and development experience with a diverse background in multiple producing basins. The candidate should be experienced in implementing horizontal well/geo-steering/multi-stage fracturing techniques in field development in addition to exploration play development. A high proficiency with mapping with evaluation tools such as Petra or Geographix is necessary.  Experience with seismic interpretation for play development would be an asset. The candidate will contribute to the technical analysis of potential acquisition opportunities, including identification, valuation and integration of the assets.  The preferred candidate should have a B.Sc. and Master’s degree in Geology.  Position will be located in the company’s Denver Tech Center office.  Competitive compensation and benefits package will be offered to the appropriate candidate.


Responsibilities:

see above


Requirements:

see above


Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

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Posted 3/06/2015

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Senior Reservoir/Acquisitions Engineer
Fifth Creek Energy

Position Summary:

Potential candidate should have 10 plus years oil and gas industry experience with a diverse background in multiple producing basins as well as horizontal well and multi-stage fracturing techniques. Candidate must be proficient Aries and be well versed in valuing assets utilizing discounted cash flow analysis.  Candidate will lead the technical analysis of potential acquisition opportunities, including the identification, valuation and integration of the assets.  The candidate will also lead the due diligence process.  Position may transition to development team with the addition of producing assets to the Company.  Candidate must have a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, preferably Petroleum Engineering.  Position will be located in the company’s Denver Tech Center office.  Competitive compensation and benefits package will be offered to the appropriate candidate.


Responsibilities:

see above


Requirements:

see above


Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

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Posted 3/6/2015

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Director of Human Resources
The Dahill Group

Position Summary:

The Dahill Group has been engaged in a search for an experienced HR professional by a Denver based Oil & Gas Producer. This exciting opportunity has the title of Director of Human Resources and will require no less than 8-10 years of HR experience.


Responsibilities:
  • Administer 401K, benefit and health care program
  • Process payroll; accurately track and reflect all new hires, terminations, compensation changes, title changes, and any other change events in the payroll system
  • Manage the employee recruitment , on boarding, and termination process from interviewing through termination in payroll and benefits
  • Responsible for restricted stock and options, including employee stock options and restricted stock unit (RSU) grants.
  • Ensure compliance with all applicable State and Federal labor laws, as well as communicating the corporation's policies, procedures and code of ethics.
  • Provide HR leadership on current and proposed initiatives, such as: HR representation to North Dakota field personal, develop training and learning opportunities, 401k match

Requirements:
  • A minimum of 8-10 years of experience in an HR role.

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

To APPLY for this position please email your resume to Kari with subject line-Director of HR or call 720-708-4518 for more information.


Posted 3/4/2015

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Process Hazard Analysis (PHA) Specialist
DCP Midstream

Position Summary:

The PSM PHA Specialist oversees, stewards, manages, and assists with the process hazard analyses (PHA) required by OSHA’s Process Safety Management (PSM) Standard and EPA’s Risk Management Plan (RMP) regulation. The PSM PHA Specialist communicates and educates employees and contractors on DCP Midstream’s process safety vision and stewards activities associated with process hazard analyses to achieve the company goals and initiatives. In addition, the PSM PHA Specialist manages and maintains all facility siting policies, procedures, and work activity as well as stationary source siting for EPA RMP compliance. The PSM PHA Specialist directs all work activities associated with facility siting and off-site consequence studies and modeling.


Responsibilities:

Communicates and educates employees on DCP Midstream’s process safety vision and stewards activities associated with process hazard analyses (PHA) to achieve the company goals and initiatives. Oversees, stewards, manages, and assists with the process hazard analyses required by OSHA’s Process Safety Management (PSM) Standard and EPA’s Risk Management Plan (RMP) regulation as well as PHAs for non-regulated facilities. In addition, the PSM PHA Specialist manages and maintains all facility siting policies, procedures, and work activity as well as stationary source siting for EPA RMP compliance. The PSM PHA Specialist directs and/or conducts all work activities associated with facility siting and off-site consequence studies and modeling. Acts as a point of contact for field personnel on implementing DCP Midstream’s PHA policy and associated policies, procedures and best practice guidelines. Provides corporate oversight of PHAs for regional and corporate capital projects including preparing and facilitating PHAs as needed. The PSM PHA Specialist also tracks key PHA performance indicator metrics for all facilities and reports data to operations, engineering, and regional/corporate management and identifies trends. Develops and maintains common PHA deviation scenarios for gas processing plants and LPG terminals and summarizes risk profiles for each facility for integration with company’s enterprise risk management program. Provides process safety leadership at corporate level through interaction with management, employees and contractors. Promotes a process safety culture by taking a leadership position to drive improvements in the PHA process.


Requirements:
  • Incumbents must have a bachelor’s degree in a technical topic and at least 8 years’ experience facilitating process hazard analyses and/or dispersion modeling or minimum of 8 years’ experience in PSM compliance and demonstrated leadership role.
  • Incumbent must have an Associate Safety Professional (ASP), Certified Safety Professional (CSP), Professional Engineer (PE) certification, or be recognized as a subject matter expert because of other specific training, knowledge, or skills.
  • Incumbent must be knowledgeable of the PSM Standard and RMP rule and must have demonstrated leadership in associated day-to-day compliance activities including process hazard analyses and facility siting.
  • Must have working knowledge of API RP 752 and RP 753 documents as well as explosion, fire, and toxic hazards that may be applicable and relevant to the midstream industry.
  • Must have knowledge of common evaluation methodologies to determine the consequence(s) of these hazards and be able to recommend appropriate mitigation strategies for facilities in the midstream industry.
  • In addition, the incumbent must be able to conduct training in both small and large group settings.
  • Incumbent must have strong computer skills (MS Office software) and have experience in modeling software (e.g. PHAST) or be willing to learn.
  • Incumbent must be self-motivated and be capable of coordinating work activities with minimal supervisor direction.
  • Must have strong verbal and written communication skills and ability to be work in a team environment.
  • Incumbent must be formally trained in facilitating HAZOP and What-if/Checklist PHAs.
  • Must be trained in root cause analysis (5-why, TapRoot, etc) or be willing to complete training.
  • Must have formal incident investigation training or be willing to complete training.
  • Must have experience in PHA software such as PHA LEADER or be willing to complete training.

Qualifications:
  • Incumbent must be self-motivated and be capable of coordinating work activities with minimal supervisor direction. Must have strong verbal and written communication skills and ability to be work in a team environment.
  • Incumbent must be formally trained in facilitating HAZOP, LOPA, FMEA, and What-if/Checklist PHAs.
  • Must have formal training in conducting incident investigations and be trained in root cause analysis (5-why, TapRoot, etc).
  • Must have experience in PHA software such as PHAPro, PHA Leader, PHA Works, or PHA Workshop.
  • Incumbent must have HAZWOPER and NIMS/IC training.



Contact Info for Applicants:

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Posted 3/4/2015

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Environmental Protection Specialist V
Coloradao Department of Natural Resources

Position Summary:

This Environmental Protection Specialist V position serves to direct the Coal Regulatory Program, within the Division of Reclamation, Mining and Safety, which includes supervision and direction of professional staff trained and skilled in scientific disciplines related to surface and ground water hydrology, geotechnical engineering, re-vegetation, biology, range management, geology and geomorphology.


Responsibilities:
  • Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in any Natural Resource or Engineering field related to Natural Resources, Natural Resource Management, Natural Resource Law, Geology, Geochemistry and six years of experience in one or more of the following: Natural Resources, Natural Resource Management, Natural Resource Law, surface and groundwater hydrology, geotechnical engineering, soil science, re-vegetation, biology, range management, geology and geomorphology.
  • The experience must also include supervising and/or directing professional staff who are trained and skilled in a  discipline related to natural resources, natural resources law, surface and groundwater hydrology, geotechnical engineering, soil science, re-vegetation, biology, range management, geology and geomorphology.
  • Work experience demonstrating competencies equivalent to the competencies learned through completion of the required education (in the areas of surface and groundwater, natural resources, natural resource management, natural resource law,  hydrology, geotechnical engineering, soil science, re-vegetation, biology, range management, geology and geomorphology) may substitute for the education.
  • An advanced degree in a related field may substitute for the education and one year of experience.

Requirements:

see above


Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

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Posted 3/03/2015

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Engineering Technologist – Wattenberg Planning
Anadarko Petroleum

Position Summary:

This engineering technologist position will be located in the Company's Denver office working with the Drilling Department. Successful candidates will be responsible for data management, data analysis/interpretation and training and development of other staff.


Responsibilities:
  • Support engineering and geoscience staff by combining data to develop, update and monitor multiple engineering databases.
  • Perform analysis and make recommendations on engineering data for troubleshooting and problem solving efforts.
  • Analyze processes, recommend implementation and utilize technology to execute process improvements.
  • Streamline and automate manual procedures, where possible utilizing software and programming such as Excel, Access, VBA, etc.
  • Coordinate and communicate across disciplines, applying lessons learned and best practices.
  • Maintain data and evaluate asset performance to drive efficiencies into the business.
  • May be responsible for written and verbal presentations to management.
  • Takes an active part in team meetings and decisions.
  • Uphold all company environmental, health and safety policies and principles.
  • Role model for highest professional and ethical behavior.
  • Assist the engineering team with data management, data assimilation and organization and process improvement.
  • Update, maintain and manage the team's various technical databases, which could include OFM, Aries and other internal software programs. Gain familiarity with APC production and accounting systems and become proficient in extracting and compiling production and cost information as needed.
  • Proactively seek to improve systems, data management, processes and team functionality.
  • Successfully complete industry related training and coursework, assigned by Anadarko Petroleum Corporation.

Requirements:
  • Minimum of three (2) years of engineering work experience.
  • Strong technical, data management and interpersonal skills.
  • High software aptitude with ability to program in Excel and Access, VBA preferred.
  • Robust knowledge of database and spreadsheet applications, specifically Microsoft Access and Excel.
  • Self-motivated individual with strong work ethic and attention to detail.
  • Strong organizational skills, knowledge of database and spreadsheet applications and good interpersonal communication skills.
  • Takes initiative to maintain and increase technical and working knowledge.
  • Track record of utilizing technology to enhance data flow & process improvement
  • History of opportunity recognition and high aptitude for problem solving.
  • Makes recommendations for complex problems based upon thorough data analysis/ interpretation.
  • Demonstrates initiative through interpersonal and leadership skills.
  • Provides assistance to less experienced employees.
  • Seeks feedback from management and other involved disciplines.
  • Requires limited supervision.
  • Demonstrated ability to learn new applications quickly.

Qualifications:

Education

  • Bachelors of Engineering degree is preferred but not required

Relocation:

  • This position may be eligible for relocation

Travel Requirements

  • The percentage of travel required for this position is 0 - 10%.



Contact Info for Applicants:

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Posted 3/03/2015

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Sr Drilling Engineer - Rockies
Anadarko Petroleum

Position Summary:

This position is part of Anadarko's Rockies Drilling Team and will be based in Anadarko’s Denver office.  The position reports to the Drilling Engineering Manager.  This is a high profile position functioning as an integral part of a world class Exploration and Production Team.  The successful candidate will provide drilling engineering, development planning and operational support in the execution of the Company’s Rockies Exploration and Production drilling programs.


Responsibilities:
  • Plan and execute multiple onshore drilling projects.
  • Work as an active team member with geoscientists, production / completion engineers, production operations, regulatory analysts, reservoir engineers and others in a dynamic, fast paced organization.
  • Develop scoping well designs and cost estimates during early stages of project consideration.
  • Prepare final well design, AFEs and drilling programs (rig selection criteria; casing and drill string designs, mud and cement programs; bit programs; coordination and incorporation of wellbore evaluation programs; well control procedures; contingency plans; etc.) for exploration, delineation and development wells.
  • Monitor real time and post well costs; verify and approve invoices.

Requirements:
  • Minimum of eight (8) years of applicable drilling experience.
  • Strong technical and interpersonal skills with the proven ability to coordinate multiple initiatives and supervise diverse teams in support of large-scale drilling operations.
  • Strong operations management, engineering leadership and project coordination abilities.
  • Conducts themselves and the operation with stringent safety, environmental and regulatory practices and compliance.
  • Proven strengths with mentoring less experienced staff and working with colleagues in an asset based team.
  • Drilling background including Horizontal experience, field developments / workover and exploration drilling as an office engineer and/or field engineer.

Qualifications:

Education

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering


Relocation

  • This position is eligible for relocation.


Travel Requirements

  • The percentage of travel required for this position is 10-25%.
     



Contact Info for Applicants:

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Posted 3/03/2015

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Sr Water Management Engineer – Global Technology
Anadarko Petroleum

Position Summary:

The role will work in Anadarko’s Engineering & Technology organization and will be responsible for technical contributions in the development and ongoing support of a corporate water management strategy.  The position requires the ability & proficiency to collaborate with all engineering related disciplines as well as all of our internal support groups.  A keen knowledge of recycling and processing technologies currently available in the market place is required as is the capacity to assess the applicability of the same.  Strong project management skills are needed to facilitate, advise and coordinate the implementation of multiple projects in our global portfolio.


Responsibilities:
  • Assist with & lead the development of a corporate water strategy (full life cycle)
  • Identification & evaluation of available technology
  • Assessment & selection of methodologies, in conjunction with our operational teams, to implement across our asset areas
  • Collaborate with our specialists within the organization (chemical, environmental, regulatory, etc…)
  • Development of corporate tracking & reporting tools and metrics
  • Awareness and assistance with the compliance with all applicable air/waste/water discharge regulations
  • Coordination and planning with well engineering and completions groups to ensure their water needs are met.
  • Provide technical advice to organization
  • Participate and assist with the development of corporate & project specific guidelines
  • Mentor & develop staffing

Requirements:
  • 10+ years of experience in the field of water treatment, water re-cycle projects, experience in treatment processes design, implementation & ongoing operation
  • Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Engineering, Chemical or Mechanical Engineering or related disciplines, Master’s degree is preferred
  • Ability to collaborate with and effectively manage multi-disciplinary teams , excellent organizational and project management skills
  • Proficient in both written and verbal communication skills

Qualifications:

Education

  • Bachelors in engineering is required; Masters preferred

Certifications

  • Professional Engineering Registration is desired

Relocation

  • This position is eligible for relocation.


Travel Requirements

  • The percentage of travel for this position is 10% - 25%.



Contact Info for Applicants:

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Posted 3/2/2015

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