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EHS Professional III
PDC Energy

Position Summary:

The Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) Professional is primarily responsible for assuring compliance with local, state, and federal regulations throughout PDC’s Field Operations primarily in northeast Colorado (DJ).   Additionally, the EHS Professional will assist in the development and effective implementation of various programs and procedures geared towards increasing regulatory compliance within PDC’s Western Field Operations.   The EHS Professional will report directly to the EHS Supervisor.


Responsibilities:
  • Evaluate the effectiveness of PDC’s -Health and Safety programs and procedures based on field operations, implementation of same;
  • Conduct  EHS audits, inspections, and investigations of violations as required and make recommendations based on  findings;
  • Maintain knowledge of new regulations and standards as they are introduced and/or change within the oil & gas industry;
  • Provide Emergency Response/HAZWOPER services and support to western operations field personnel as needed;
  • Review  EHS Incidents, conduct  investigations and root cause analysis of all EHS incidents and assure corrective actions are taken by management to minimize or prevent similar future incidents; 
  • Conduct training for management, field employees, and contractors regarding applicable  EHS programs and procedures as directed.  Additionally plan and coordinate EHS meetings;
  • Act as a liaison between PDC’s field personnel and contractors to enhance   EHS compliance initiatives regarding western oil & gas field operations;
  • Responsible for PPE management, obtaining and managing fire retardant clothing (FR’s), and administration of gas monitoring program which includes calibration, training and maintenance;
  • Prepare statistical data for analysis for monthly/quarterly meetings to include though not limited to TRIR, Mileage, DART, MVAR and near misses.  May be required to track data for multiple locations;
  • Support maintenance and population of EHS data in PDC’s management information system;
  • Manage various field projects geared toward EHS compliance and maintain all applicable records.

Requirements:
  • Motivated self-starter;
  • Abilities of self-sufficiency and flexibility to work in a growing and evolving function;
  • Thorough knowledge of  EHS regulatory standards and compliance;
  • Strong personable skills to work with internal employees, external contractors, other oil and gas company representatives, as well as state and local regulators;
  • Clarity of communication, both written and oral;
  • Strong presentation and project management skills;
  • Flexibility to work with an evolving regulatory environment;
  • Ability to manage multiple projects with minimal supervision.

Qualifications:
  • BS Degree in Safety, Environmental Sciences, Industrial Hygiene or other related field of study is preferable;
  • Minimum 5 years of experience working within a similar capacity in the oil & gas industry;
  • CSP is preferred.


1. 40% office environment 60% field environment;
2. Travel between PDC field office and various oil & gas field operations as required;
3. Ability to be on call 24/7 for emergencies.


Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE 


Posted 8/21/2015

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Account Executive
Account Executive

Position Summary:

Growing company in the downtown Denver area, focused on enhancing corporate driving safety, worker protection, and asset utilization in the upstream and midstream sectors. We offer excellent benefits in a fun and flexible working environment with tremendous opportunities for challenge and growth.


Responsibilities:

This position will be a fast paced hybrid inside/outside sales role (50/50). You will report to the Director of Operations and be based in downtown Denver. The primary roles of this position are to:

  • Generate new business via existing relationships, attending industry events and tradeshows, as well as cold calling.
  • Qualify new business and close small to medium sized, short term opportunities.
  • Work with Strategic Sales to close larger, long-term opportunities. General Competencies
  • Critical thinker, ability to learn new concepts quickly.
  • Strong communication, influencing and collaborative skills.
  • Effective oral and written skills (writing sample required).
  • Ability to work both independently as well as on teams.
  • Ability to travel occasionally. Trade show attendance is required.
  • Wants to be part of a team and is willing to do whatever is necessary to take the company to the next level, including working long hours and/or from home if necessary
  • Exceptional, analytical and problem solving skills.
  • EHS/HSE or fleet management experience is a plus.

Requirements:
  • Bachelor's Degree or at least 2 years experience in O&G, Mining, Utilities, EHS/HSE or Fleet Management.
  • Outbound cold calling is a requirement.
  • Attend trade-shows and industry events. Must be professional, presentable and aggressive.
  • Consistently meet and exceed monthly and quarterly sales goals.
  • Strategically overcome objections and competition.
  • Provide customized product and service presentations (both in person and on-line) to prospects.
  • Encourage customers to think differently about their business and in ways that will help both parties achieve success.
  • Develop and execute on a strategic plan for your territory and create reliable forecasts.
  • Work proactively with Account Management to ensure customer success and adoption.
  • Provide accurate, detailed documentation within CRM.
  • Remain knowledgeable of, and adapt to, company's solutions to facilitate sales efforts.
  • Listen to needs of the market and share this feedback with Product and Marketing teams.
  • Above average MS Excel skills are required.
  • 2+ years experience in inside/outside sales Cartasite Core Values Required
  • Safety - Understands and maintains the highest safety standards per industry guidelines
  • Quality Products and Service – Above all else, Cartasite is a service provider to our clients. Must always strive to deliver world-class services and solutions that enhance the lives of customers.
  • Commitment – Full commitment is expected to our company, our mission, and our clients.
  • Teamwork – Demonstrates a willingness to share ideas, listen attentively, participate actively and work for the mutual benefit of all parties and the goals to be achieved with customers, co-workers and vendors
  • Integrity – Gains trust and respect by working with integrity, openness, honesty, balance, and respecting others
  • Initiative – Continuously looks for ways to identify solutions, enhance quality and create value and then takes action
  • Adaptability – Understands that change is inevitable and embracing it with positivity and openness
  • Reputation – Remembering and acting with the knowledge that customer satisfaction encompasses both external customers and co-workers and is our highest and most important objective in completing and accomplishing our daily tasks
  • Lifetime Learning – Continuously seeks to improve oneself and business practices to facilitate a nimble and creative environment.

Qualifications:

see above 




Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE 


Posted 8/04/15

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Database Technician
Anschutz Exploration

Position Summary:

The technician will work as a contributing member of a multi-disciplinary team in a private, well established Exploration & Production company. This individual will work closely with geoscience, land, regulatory, and operations groups supporting technical staff with their database needs, which cover development and implementation of a variety of exploration and appraisal projects. The primary job duty is to assist the GIS and database team with data management in order to provide high quality datasets to a variety of software packages for multiple functions.


Responsibilities:
  • Import/Export data to and from a variety of software packages efficiently and accurately while performing QA/QC and maintaining data integrity
  • Compile and update data in various databases by researching and accessing different data sources (internet, documents, personal communications, etc)
  • Assist SharePoint users (project team members in geoscience, engineering, operations, and land groups ) with document management by running reports to determine metadata compliance and document location
  • Help acquire, file, and maintain project data in SharePoint, shared drives, and databases 
  • Assist GIS and Database analysts with updating all types of oil and gas databases using Excel, Access, SDE, and SQL Server
  • Reconcile and report on oil and gas sales while ensuring compliance with state regulatory agencies

Requirements:
  • Excellent written and verbal communications skills
  • Able to effectively manage time and prioritize projects in order to meet established deadlines
  • Highly developed interpersonal communication skills to effectively work in a team atmosphere as well as self-directed with the ability to work autonomously
  • Strong attention to detail and organizational skills
  • Independent thinking, problem solving, and mature decision making skills
  • Motivated and able to learn new software and company specific applications
  • Experience maintaining and manipulating databases (Access, Oracle, SQL, SDE, etc.)
  • Willingness to continuously evaluate and recommend improvements to established  in-house practices and workflows

Qualifications:

• Bachelor’s Degree
• Oil and Gas experience preferred




Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE


Posted 8/04/2015

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Financial Reporting Manager
Bonanza Creek

Position Summary:

Bonanza Creek Energy, Inc. is an independent exploration and production company with assets and operations concentrated primarily in the Rocky Mountains in the Wattenberg Field and in southern Arkansas, focused on the oily Cotton Valley sands. Since going public in late 2011, we have been one of the fastest growing and best performing E&P companies in the United States and pride ourselves on hiring the best people available. We offer a dynamic atmosphere and the opportunity to contribute to and participate in our success. Summary Manage the financial reporting process for quarterly and annual reports prepared in accordance with Securities Exchange Act of 1934. Participate in the drafting and review of registration statements and Rule 144A offering memorandums prepared in accordance with the Securities Exchange Act of 1933. Prepare the narrative and analysis for the monthly reporting package for the executives and Board of Directors.


Responsibilities:
  • External Financial Reporting
  • Prepare the Company’s Form 10-Qs and 10-Ks in accordance with all regulatory requirements
  • Research financial statement disclosure requirements
  • Draft new financial statement footnotes as necessary
  • Review and/or prepare supporting schedules incorporated in the Company’s quarterly and annual filings
  • Work with auditors, lawyers and trustee on filing documents
  • Ensure successful execution of SEC filings by regulatory deadlines
  • Work within SEC processing and filing software effectively and efficiently Technical Accounting
  • Research, document and work with various departments on implementing new accounting guidance
  • Draft technical accounting memos Acquisition/Divestiture Accounting
  • Oversee all accounting aspects of oil and gas property acquisition and divestitures
  • Responsible for certain execution matters related to property acquisition/divestitures
  • Review or prepare settlement statements
  • Responsible for purchase price allocation and related valuations for major acquisitions

Requirements:
  • Minimum 7 years accounting experience (3 years of those in public accounting) with 3 plus years financial reporting experience
  • Certified Public Accountant SEC filing experience required
  • Proven Superviosry experience
  • Oil and gas experience highly preferred
  • Strong GAAP knowledge necessary
  • Meticulous, detail-oriented, good people skills & positive attitude
  • Superior communication skills and able to operate effectively in a teamwork-oriented environment 

Qualifications:

see above 




Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE


Posted 8/03/2015

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Division Order Analyst
Bonanza Creek

Position Summary:

Bonanza Creek Energy, Inc. is an independent exploration and production company with assets and operations concentrated primarily in the Rocky Mountains in the Wattenberg Field and in southern Arkansas, focused on the oily Cotton Valley sands. Since going public in late 2011, we have been one of the fastest growing and best performing E&P companies in the United States and pride ourselves on hiring the best people available. We offer a dynamic atmosphere and the opportunity to contribute to and participate in our success. Summary of Position This position will timely and accurately set-up and maintain all division order revenue and JIB decks.


Responsibilities:

As a Division Order Analyst you will be responsible for the following:

  • Set-up and maintain new division order files to include complete data necessary for SOX compliance and company standards
  • Research as needed for interdepartmental company personnel
  • Assure compliance with existing agreements
  • Set-up new JIB and revenue decks as required
  • Perform monthly audit of files as assigned to ensure SOX compliance and a verifiable chain of title
  • Work with Sr. Division Order Analysts to appropriately determine whether to cure or waive title requirements as specified in the DOTO
  • Develop an understanding of the real property laws of the states where BCEI operates and adhere to those laws relative to ownership changes
  • Assist and support regional Landmen as requested
  • Follow safe operating practices and ensure compliance with BCEI Environment, Safety & Regulatory requirements
  • Assure all work performed adheres to BCEI standards
  • Perform all other duties s assigned

Requirements:
  • Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Business, Petroleum Land Management or related area preferred.
  • Minimum of 3 years of Division Order experience  
  • Wattenberg/DJ Basin experience is highly preferred
  • Expert knowledge of Leases, Division Orders, pooling, unitization, spacing, oil & gas commission rules, rights-of-way, joint operating agreements, and well trade agreements.
  • Advanced interpersonal and written communication, organization, consultative, recordkeeping, analytical and problem solving skills
  • Team player mentality is a must
  • Willingness to take and give directions in a professional manner
  • Strong initiative and ability to oversee and lead division orders
  • Proven ability to work with individuals within and outside of the organization with responsibility to act independently
  • Must be willing to participate and make presentations in a team environment
  • Willingness to be fully responsible and accountable for the timely performance of all specified job duties
  • High proficiency in: Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint)

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE


Posted 8/03/2015

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EH&S Manager
Stellar Recruitment

Position Summary:

Stellar Recruitment has been engaged by an established, growing oil and gas operator with 100 employees in Denver, Colorado to recruit a EH&S MANAGER. Our client has a successful track record over the last 50 years of exploring and developing onshore oil and gas assets in the Rockies and Appalachian Basin.

As the EH&S MANAGER you will report to the VP of EH&S and you will be responsible for managing a team of 5 and all the field based environmental, health and safety projects.


Responsibilities:
  • Manage environmental, health and safety initiatives and compliance
  • Develop and execute EH&S annual improvement plans and policies
  • Oversee and evaluate incident investigations and root cause analysis
  • Support emergency response / HAZWOPER services as needed
  • Provide EH&S training to management, field personnel and contractors
  • Assist with developing the EH&S Team’s workforce and budget plans
  • Manage and mentor your team of EH&S professionals and contractors
  • Regularly liaise and present to internal and external stakeholders
  • Travel to the field regularly and as needed (up to 30% of the time)

Requirements:
  • Bachelors of Science Degree in Environmental Science or related is required
  • 8+ years of oil and gas environmental, health and safety experience is required
  • Strong knowledge of Colorado oil and gas EH&S standards/compliance is required
  • Ability to manage multiple projects and people simultaneously is required

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

To APPLY for the position please email your resume to Daniel.  Reference number DM26234


Posted 6/19/2015

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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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