;
COGA Colorado Oil and Gas Association Logo
     
Follow us online
Request
a Speaker
COGA
News
    COGAJobs
   

Job Board


   
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


  This service is FREE to COGA member companies, up to 20 postings at one time. If your company is not a COGA member the fee is $125 per job posting. The charge for non-members must be paid by check to COGA before the listing(s) will be posted.

Non-members can make checks payable to:
Colorado Oil & Gas Association
PO Box 540
Denver, CO 80201


  Job Listings will be posted within five business days of submission (or receipt of payment for non-members).

 
Project Engineering - Oil and Gas
Engineering Analytics

Position Summary:

Engineering Analytics, Inc. provides professional services to the Oil and Gas, Water Resources, Geo-Civil, Mining, and Environmental sectors. We have an immediate opening in our Fort Collins, Colorado office.


Responsibilities:

Responsible for Project Management of midstream infrastructure projects.


Requirements:
  • BS in Engineering – Chemical, Civil, Mechanical or Environmental
  • Colorado P.E. Registration or ability to obtain with 6 months
  • 5 to 8 years of experience
  • Pipeline Design related to Oil & Gas and Water Resources
  • Understanding of Midstream Oil & Gas Infrastructure and Permitting
  • Understanding of Water Resource Infrastructure
  • Project Management experience including technical staff and task level budget responsibilities
  • Experience with SolidWorks, AutoCAD Suite
  • Experience with Project Scheduling Software (Microsoft Office Project and Primavera)
  • Ability to travel up to 25% of time

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

Resumes can be sent via email to: VIA EMAIL or via mail to: Engineering Analytics, Inc., Human Resources Department, 1600 Specht Point Road, Suite 209, Fort Collins, CO 80525


Posted 1/23/2015

Back to the top



 
EHS Professional
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 Basin). Additionally, the EHS Professional will assist in the development and effective implementation of various programs, procedures and policies geared towards increasing regulatory compliance within PDC’s Western Field Operations. The EHS Professional will report directly to the EHS Supervisor – Wattenberg Asset.


Responsibilities:
  • The tasks, duties and responsibilities of the position that are most important to get the job done.
  • Evaluate the effectiveness of PDC’s EHS programs, procedures and policies as they related to field operations, implementation of same;
  • Conduct EHS audits, inspections, and investigations of compliance issues 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 field personnel as needed, which may require 24/7 on-call duty;
  • 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, procedures and policies as directed;
  • Act as a liaison between PDC’s management, field personnel, and contractors to enhance EHS compliance initiatives regarding western oil & gas field operations;
  • Manage various field projects geared toward EHS compliance and maintain all applicable records. Projects could include storm water management, waste management and SPCC compliance;
  • Respond to environmental incidents and provide technical assistance to field personnel and contractors during remediation and compliance activities. Prepare and submit incident notifications and reports to local and state regulatory agencies.

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;
  • Ability to manage multiple projects with minimal supervision;
  • Working knowledge of environmental remediation technologies.

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


The environment in which the job is performed, especially any unique conditions outside a normal office environment. 1. 40% office environment 60% field environment; 2. Travel between PDC field office and various oil & gas field operations as required; occasional travel to Denver office. This position will be based in Colorado and routine travel outside of Colorado is not anticipated.


Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE


Posted 1/23/2015

Back to the top



 
Engineering Support (Technician)
Principle Energy Services

Position Summary:

Employee works in field to place sound meters and related soundvibration equipment, monitor locations and prepare formal customer reports.


Responsibilities:
  • Places sound meters or related soundvibration equipment.
  • Troubleshoots and maintain sound meters and related soundvibration equipment.
  • Collects, assimilates and transfers data from the field to corporate office
  • Prepares formal customer reports such as Ambient, Vibration & ContinuousComplaint monitoring reports.
  • Documents location status with pictures and other field intelligence.
  • Maintains a safe and positive image for the company at all times.
  • Maintains daily work activities reporting and weekly expense reports.
  • Available off times for customer call-ins.
  • Available for weekend coverage, if needed, on a fixed or rotating basis

Requirements:
  • High School diploma or equivalent. Experience with Microsoft Office Suite.
  • Self-starter with ability to learn technical material. 2 years continuous work experience.
  • College Degree (any discipline).
  • Experience in a service industry.
  • Valid driver’s license and insurable driving record.

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

Contact: Tyler Boswell Engineering Manager (817) 629-3252


Posted 1/23/2015

Back to the top



 
Lease Analyst
Stellar Recruitment

Position Summary:

Stellar Recruitment is the preferred recruitment partner for a privately-owned oil and gas company developing onshore assets in Pennsylvania, Texas and Utah. Our client’s management team has a proven track record of building successful energy companies and they are extremely busy with five rigs running and a $500M capital budget for 2015. Together we are seeking a LEASE ANALYST, to report to and support the Land Manager.


Responsibilities:
  • Accurately analyze, interpret and set-up newly acquired leases
  • Verify lease ownership by analyzing contracts and title opinions
  • Monitor monthly lease obligations, expirations and terminations
  • Review notifications business units and update records as needed
  • Assist with writing workflows and procedures to increase efficiency
  • Generate and distribute weekly status reports and rental calendars
  • Work with Landmen and Brokers to bring leases in-house
  • Assist with owner relations’ requests, concerns and resolutions
  • Help Division Orders and Landmen with other projects as needed

Requirements:
  • Bachelor’s Degree preferred
  • 5-10 years of in-house oil and gas land administration experience required
  • Strong analytical, communication and computer skills are required
  • Proficiency with BOLO software (or similar) is required

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 24904


Posted 1/23/2015

Back to the top



 
Account Specialist – Upstream Oil & Gas
Applied Control

Position Summary:

Purpose: Focus on the Upstream Oil and Gas Industry and act as the primary outside sales interface for the assigned accounts and territory

  • Face-to-face Contact with Customers: The ultimate measure around this success factor is time spent with customers to drive new business. Some of the tools that demonstrate proficiency in this area are preliminary call plans, understanding of key players at each account with a call schedule, a follow-up action plan process for keeping others tied into the account such as specialists and inside sales, and use of lunch & learns or seminars to maximize exposure.
  • Account Planning Process:  Effective use of customer centric account development plans for your assigned most valuable and most growable customer accounts, selective deployment of account planning process for other territory accounts on as needed basis. Active use of solution selling concepts supporting all sales activities. Account plans should be "evergreen", routinely updated, and relevant.  Account plans should provide a clear understanding of your overall knowledge of the account, customer’s business, key players, customer initiatives and corresponding opportunities that are actively being driven with action plans, and steps you are taking to move our company to trusted advisor status within the target account.
  • Project Pursuit: Attend, participate, and contribute in all monthly project meetings. All strategic projects should be entered into and managed within project tracking/pursuit database. Projects are expected to be reviewed and updated on a monthly basis for completeness. Project team (account manager, inside sales, specialists, direct sales) communications should be routine and commonly occur in advance of project meetings.

Responsibilities:
  • Lead and coordinate the overall sales strategy for each assigned account, driving sales results and margins that align with company initiatives.
  • Apply solution selling concepts to understand customer needs, help them solve their business issues and elevate or maintain the status of Applied Control as the trusted advisor to clients.
  • Possess knowledge of the products and services we supply including: Control Valves, Regulators, Automated On/Off Valves, and Flow Computers/RTU’s, as well as their associated engineering and field service requirements. 
  • Possess knowledge of the upstream Oil & Gas market and associated equipment including but not limited to basic process flows of water/oil/gas, wellhead and wellpad assets, production and disposal facilities, tankage, custody transfer points, and associated measurement and control points throughout the process. Must possess working knowledge of essential production assets (wellhead gear, separators, heater treaters, LACT skids, gathering systems, vapor recovery units, flares, tank batteries, fresh water injection/salt water disposal systems, etc.) and understand the application fit for the aforementioned products and services within target market segment.
  • Learn and convey technical information regarding our products and services to internal and external customers
  • Participate in public speaking/presentation delivery and product demonstrations

Requirements:
  • Four year college technical degree preferred
  • Previous technical sales experience preferred
  • Practical work experience in upstream oil & gas market or with a sales representative or manufacturer that provides products or services to this market segment.
  • Self-motivated, demonstrated ability to work with little direct supervision

Qualifications:

see above



  • Travel is required and may include driving up to 5 hours per day. Regular carrying of a laptop computer and occasionally carrying demonstration equipment also applies.

Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE


Posted 1/23/2015

Back to the top



 
Business Development Leader- Environmental
Stellar Recruitment

Position Summary:

Stellar Recruitment is proudly representing an environmental engineering consulting company with a strong reputation which has resulted in successful partnerships and steady growth over the company’s 20+ year history. Due to this growth and success in the oil and gas market, our client is looking for an Account Manager to diversify their portfolio and develop new industry revenue streams. 

Our client is looking to branch out and provide environmental consulting services to the manufacturing, federal government, and real estate industries.  This position involves identifying, developing, negotiating and closing business relationships as well as maintaining long term client satisfaction.  In addition to client management, you will be overseeing the new division and project managing.


Responsibilities:
  • Successfully developing new business relationships and securing large projects
  • Managing projects and maintaining billability
  • Growing new divisions and brand via face to face meetings and client calls
  • Identifying optimal market opportunities in line with division growth goals
  • Attending industry events to network and build market brand
  • Providing business development guidance and training to the team
  • Creating a marketing strategy including speaker and participant event calendar

Requirements:
  • A degree in Engineering, Science, Business or related
  • 10+ years’ diversified business development experience
  • Demonstrated environmental experience
  • Experience in managing and growing teams
  • US citizenship is required

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

To apply for this position please or for a confidential appraisal of the current market please contact or email your resume referencing job # AC24346 to Angela or call 720-599-3012.


Posted 1/23/2015

Back to the top



 
Air Quality Specialist
Stellar Recruitment

Position Summary:

Stellar Recruitment is partnered with proven, publicly-traded oil and gas company based in Denver, Colorado. Our client is focused on developing unconventional onshore assets in North America, has a market cap of $15B, is 90% oil weighted and has a 2015 budget of $2B. This is a unique opportunity to join a growing company with a fantastic culture which will offer excellent career development opportunities as they expands.


Responsibilities:
  • Work with the regulatory compliance group to manage air quality permitting
  • Coordinate activities across new and existing facilities in UT, CO, and ND
  • Update Air Quality policies and track changes in regulations
  • Oversee air modelling activities and ensure new facilities are permitted
  • Promote Asset Compliance Tracking System (ACTS) to implementation
  • Maintain air permitting emissions inventories and compliance reporting
  • Coordinate all efforts with federal, state, and local regulatory agencies

Requirements:
  • BS in Environmental Science, Environmental Engineering or similar
  • 5+ years of oil and gas air quality experience required
  • Knowledge of local, state, and federal air regulations in CO, UT, ND
  • Will only accept applicants with previous E&P experience specific to air quality

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

To  APPLY  for  the  position  please  email  Matt  with  reference: #24645. To have a confidential discussion, please call Matt Lewinski at 1-720-599-3013


Posted 1/23/2015

Back to the top



 
Environmental Project Manager
Stellar Recruitment

Position Summary:

Stellar Recruitment is partnered with a proven Environmental Engineering & Consulting Services company based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Our client is focused on providing specialized services for the energy sector including Environmental Permitting, Environmental Site Assessment, Investigation, Remediation, and Safety/Industrial Hygiene. This is a unique opportunity to join a growing company with a fantastic culture which will offer exciting career development opportunities as they expands.

As an Environmental Project Manager your role will be to coordinate all activities with a multitude of clients in order to ensure compliance and efficiency across natural gas production operations.


Responsibilities:

• Oversee potential impacts of radioactive waste and identify solutions for mitigation
• Track and monitor state, local and federal environmental regulations
• Identify issues before problems arise to ensure compliance and safety of all clients/staff
• Conduct baseline water sampling, impact assessments, air modelling, radiological tests
• Meet all clients expectations in a timely manner in order to ensure a long relationship
• Report all spills and incidents, recognize relevant information, document thoroughly
• Constantly monitor, track, and foster relationships with all clients


Requirements:

• Bachelor’s degree required (Environmental emphasis preferred)
• Minimum of 5 years environmental experience (natural gas production required)
• Efficient in technical writing (reports and policies are concise and succinct)
• Self-motivated, hardworking, and reliable


Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

To APPLY for the position please email Matt with reference: #24845. To have a confidential discussion, please call Matt Lewinski at 1-720-599-3013


Posted 1/21/2015

Back to the top



 
Geologist
HRM Resources

Position Summary:

HRM Resources II, LLC is a private firm concentrating on the acquisition, operation and exploitation of oil & gas assets concentrated in the Rocky Mountain and Mid-Continent Regions


Responsibilities:

HRM is seeking a Geologist to assist in the exploitation and acquisition program of the company.


Requirements:

5+ yrs Rockies experience


Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

Send resume HERE


Posted 1/12/2015

Back to the top



 
Environmental Compliance Specialist
Summit Midstream Partners

Position Summary:

Summit Midstream Partners, LP (NYSE: SMLP) is a growth-oriented master limited partnership focused on owning, operating, developing and acquiring strategically located midstream infrastructure assets in unconventional resource basins, primarily shale formations, in North America. Our assets comprise over 2,300 miles of gathering pipeline and approximately 250,000 horsepower of compression which enable us to provide gathering, treating and processing services to some of the largest natural gas producers in North America! And guess what…we're growing! Summit Midstream is seeking an Environmental Compliance Specialist to join the Environmental Team. The position will focus on all aspects of environmental compliance, and will be based in the Denver office. This position will provide service to operating assets based in the following States: CO, ND, TX, WV, OH, and UT. Candidates should have 3+ years of progressive environmental compliance experience, and should be familiar with the tasks and responsibilities outlined below.


Responsibilities:

Air Quality Tasks

  • Collect monthly operating data, run emission modeling software for units, and enter data into calculation workbooks and/or Environmental Management System Software.
  • Assist with compiling and submitting reporting requirements for GHGs, MACT, NSPS, and Title V Permits.
  • If time allows, prepare and submit air permit application and modification packages.
  • Review draft air construction permits for accuracy and reasonableness with Operations.
  • Assist operations with complying with recordkeeping requirements of new permits and O&M plans requirements.
  • Conduct on-site facility audits to determine compliance with air permitting and compliance requirements.
  • Implement operational compliance measures as required by new regulations.
  • Aid in the implementation of an Environmental Management & information System (EMIS) software. Specifically the ACTS platform from Ecocion.

Environmental Tasks:

  • Advise Operations when soil sampling shows that soil hydrocarbon levels are below the treatment threshold.
  • Identify and initiate revisions to SPCC plans where necessary.
  • Provide/assist in training to operations as identified by HSE team.
  • Conduct annual SPCC inspections at Summit Midstream facilities. Other Responsibilities
  • Assist in investigation of any spills and releases.
  • Observe/Schedule stack testing/sampling activities when necessary.
  • Address identified non-compliance issues with air permits, SPCC plans, or Stormwater permits.
  • Support Operations and HSE in other duties as required
  • Ability to travel up to 30% of the time to field locations and meetings.

Requirements:
  • Education/Qualifications/Skills & Knowledge Requirements
  • 3+ years of environmental experience, preferably in the oil and gas industry.
  • B.S. or B.A. in Environmental Science or related science/engineering degree Technical & Personal Skills
  • Familiarity with Microsoft office programs, and particular strength with Microsoft excel
  • Familiar with EMIS software platforms. Prefer experience with Ecocion ACTS software.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills •Strong technical and analytical skills.

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE


Posted 1/12/2015

Back to the top



 
Senior Engineering Technician
Stellar Recruitment

Position Summary:

Stellar Recruitment has been engaged to recruit on behalf of a private E&P company that currently has 25 employees, a strong private-equity backed financial platform and a long-term vision to buy, prove-up and sell onshore assets. They have 2015 CAPEX of ~$250M, are running 2 rigs and plan to drill ~20 horizontal wells in 2015. As the SENIOR ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN, reporting to the VP of Engineering, you will have sole responsibility to build, design, create and manage the company’s ARIES database. This is an essential, high-profile position within the company and you will have a significant amount of autonomy and scope to add a tremendous amount of value.


Responsibilities:
  • Execute projects for the VP of Engineering and Reservoir Engineer
  • Collect and QA/QC the company’s operated and non-operated data
  • Organize, consolidate and manage the company’s ARIES database
  • Collate and enter operations, production, geoscience, cost, etc. data
  • Use AIRES to create economic cash flows, summaries and reports
  • Provide economic runs for AFEs and lookback analysis projects
  • Generate PDP evaluations and forecasts for potential acquisition bids
  • Prepare data, reports, charts and graphs for presentations/investors

Requirements:
  • Bachelor’s Degree preferred
  • At least 5 years of oil and gas engineering tech experience required
  • Must be highly proficient with AIRES, Spotfire and MS Access & Excel
  • Must be a self-starter that takes initiative and thinks outside the box

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 24737


Posted 1/09/2015

Back to the top



 
Project Engineer
Stellar Recruitment

Position Summary:

Stellar Recruitment is currently partnered with one of the leaders in the midstream oil and gas industry who specializes in providing natural gas gathering, processing infrastructure and related services for oil and gas production companies across Colorado. As the PROJECT ENGINEER in the team, the successful candidate will be responsible leading technical design efforts in house for all phases of the engineering and design efforts for pipeline facility projects and provide engineering cost and schedule input to the operations and engineering teams.


Responsibilities:
  • Manage design along with construction of midstream pipeline and related facilities. 
  • Model options for system modifications, upgrades debottlenecking in order to identify the best economic solutions
  • Develop required AFE's along with the economics and justification
  • Design  and evaluate gathering systems to eliminate bottlenecking projects
  • Review of P&ID’s along with other detailed engineering drawings
  • Track actual costs and monitor expenditures for all AFE's and Budget
  • Design of gas/produced water facilities that include gathering, compression, pipelines

Requirements:
  • BS in Civil, Mechanical, Petroleum or Chemical, PE License preferred
  • 5+ years’ experience in natural gas gathering, compression, construction. 
  • DOT regulated pipeline experience preferred and knowledge of industry related codes.

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

Please email your resume in word format to brent@stellarrecruitment.com">Brent and reference Job #BW24306


Posted 1/09/2015

Back to the top



 
Operations/Process Engineer
Newalta

Position Summary:

The Operations Engineer is an intermediate position providing general process engineering support to the U.S. operations of the New Markets division. The Operations Engineer will be responsible for supporting temporary, mobile and permanent facilities within these operations. Some of these facilities are Newalta sites, while others will be Newalta facilities on a customer’s site. The key responsibilities for the Operations Engineer are process engineering support for capital projects, process optimization/troubleshooting, equipment selection, module design and general technical support for both Newalta and the Customer’s Operating Groups. In meeting the capital project responsibilities, the Operations Engineer will participate on project teams with the Operating Groups to develop and assist in the execution of the project. The successful candidate will function well in a fast paced environment. A strong relationship builder, the Operations Engineer will work with the Customer’s Operations Group, their Engineers, and the corresponding Newalta groups. The Operations Engineer will both work with and manage engineering consultants to ensure that the intent of the design is executed properly. This will require a thorough understanding of the needs of the business and Newalta’s engineering and operating standards. The Operations Engineer will also work with Newalta’s Operations groups, health and safety, environmental and engineering groups to ensure installations or modifications are implemented in accordance with safety, risk management and regulatory policies. The process optimization responsibilities require the successful candidate to have worked in an operating function in the past. The Operations Engineer will lead the process optimization activities and support the troubleshooting efforts for both the temporary and permanent operations. The successful candidate will be able to define the problem, assess the situation quickly and have the ability to work with the Operations team and other stakeholders towards sound solutions.


Responsibilities:

The Operations Engineer will provide engineering related support in the following areas: 

  • Leading and participating in conceptual discussions at project inception as a member of project team on capital projects;
  • Conducting initial design calculations and reviews; 
  • Preparing preliminary scope of work including major equipment specifications, control philosophy and overseeing the development of piping and instrumentation diagrams;
  • Working with Newalta Operations and outside consultants through design development;
  • Coordinating “Management of Change” requirements and leading safety reviews on installation modifications;
  • Participating in the commissioning and start-up of capital projects;
  • Participating in developing and implementing process improvement, for example, energy efficiency and preventive maintenance programs;
  • Ensuring implementation of corporate standards in relation to process engineering, design and standardization;
  • Facilitating maintenance of appropriate project and facility documentation;
  • Compiling appropriate project records and site documents for capital and optimization projects; and
  • Meeting deadlines and prioritizing work assignments.

Requirements:
  • Bachelor's of Science in Engineering, preferrably Chemical or Petroleum.
  • At least 7 to 12 years of experience, including time spent in an operations capacity.
  • Oil and gas industry experience preferred. * Experience leading safety reviews on plant installations and modifications.
  • Candidate understands and has experience in project execution from scope definition to start-up.
  • Thorough understanding of the economics and technical aspects of projects as well as the qualitative aspects of project implementation.
  • A proven relationship builder with past experience collaborating across multiple business units.
  • Flexibility to travel (approximately 25% or more).
  • Ability to work independently on a number of projects in various stages of development;
  • Comfortable working in a team environment in collaboration with internal Customers and external Consultants;
  • Readily develops strong successful working relationships to implement mutually beneficial solutions;
  • Strong technical resource and readily provides technical leadership where necessary;
  • Facilitates a client-focused service by involving others;
  • Strong listening skills and excellent interpersonal and communication skills;
  • Comfortable giving presentations and facilitating meetings;
  • Assertiveness, sound judgment and champions the implementation of projects from conceptual development through to installation;
  • Contributes new ideas and applies innovative solutions to improve quality, processes and procedures of operations

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

To apply, send your resume HERE.


Posted 1/07/2015

Back to the top



 
Land Coordinator
Stellar Recruitment

Position Summary:

Stellar Recruitment is the preferred recruitment partner for a privately-owned oil and gas company developing Appalachian Basin assets. Our client’s management team has a proven track record of building successful energy companies and they are extremely busy with five rigs running and a $500M capital budget for 2015. Together we are seeking a LAND COORDINATOR, to report to and support the Land Manager.


Responsibilities:
  • Assist the Land Team with a wide-scope of operational projects
  • Prepare and process leases, agreements, acquisitions & divestures
  • Maintain up-to-date land records and property ownership maps
  • Administer leases and agreements between Land and Land Admin
  • Support the input and maintenance of leases and agreements
  • Assist with the creation and maintenance of divisions of interest
  • Create and distribute well proposals internally and externally
  • Monitor well activity to ensure compliance with lease obligations
  • Work closely with the GIS Team to prepare and update land maps
  • Support the Land Team with community relations related projects

Requirements:
  • Bachelor’s Degree preferred
  • 3+ years of in-house oil and gas land experience required
  • Must be able to read and understand of title opinions, leases, agreements, etc.
  • Strong analytical, communication and computer skills are required

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 #DM24727


Posted 1/06/2015

Back to the top



 
Land Admin/Tech
Stellar Recruitment

Position Summary:

Stellar Recruitment is the preferred recruitment partner for a privately-owned oil and gas company developing Appalachian Basin assets. Our client’s management team has a proven track record of building successful energy companies and they are extremely busy with five rigs running and a $500M capital budget for 2015. Together we are seeking a LAND ADMIN / TECH, to report to and support the VP of Land.


Responsibilities:
  • Support the VP of Land and Land Managers with day-to-day tasks
  • Process and route contracts, memos, mail, correspondences, etc.
  • Input, update and maintain databases, spreadsheets and physical files
  • Prepare exhibits for agreements and oversee document recordation
  • Maintain land department files to ensure accuracy during data transfers
  • Assist with processing and tracking third party well proposals
  • Perform other administrative duties as requested by the land team

Requirements:
  • Bachelor’s Degree preferred
  • 3-5 years of oil and gas experience preferred
  • Must have excellent written and oral communications skills
  • Strong proficiencies with MS Word and MS Excel required
  • A passion to learn and develop within the industry is required

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 24725


Posted 1/06/2015

Back to the top



 
Drilling Supervisor
DTC Energy Group

Position Summary:

The Drilling Supervisor provides onsite supervision of day-to-day drilling operations, ensuring the safety of all personnel on location while successfully executing the Operator’s drilling plan and reaching target depth as quickly and cost effectively as possible. We are seeking the best in on-site supervisors to represent DTC and the Operator with the highest level of professionalism and performance.


Responsibilities:
  • Ensure operations are conducted in accordance with safety and environmental standards, government regulations and company policies and procedures.
  • Manage day-to-day activities of rig contractor personnel and third party contractors.
  • Maintain daily activity reports, cost tracking, vendor evaluations and other reports as required.
  • Coordinate with engineering and purchasing departments to ensure necessary services/equipment are available when needed.
  • Confer with supervisor and engineers and make recommendations to optimize field operations and ensure effective teamwork between office and field personnel.
  • Responsible for all operations conducted on site or on staging areas for wellsite.

Requirements:
  • 5+ years of experience as a drilling consultant
  • 7+ years of experience in horizontal drilling
  • Additional experience with under-balanced, over-pressured drilling
  • Proficiency with Pason / WellView
  • Proficiency reporting with a variety of systems
  • Strong dedication to safety
  • Possession of current well control certificate
  • Familiarity with OSHA and EPA Health & Safety Regulations
  • A working knowledge of area regulations and compliance requirements

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

Please send resumes HERE with the job title in the subject line.


Posted 1/02/2015

Back to the top



 
Frac Supervisor
DTC Energy Group

Position Summary:

The Frac Supervisor supervises workover and completion operations for hydraulic fracturing of vertical and horizontal wells, coil tubing cleanout, running tubing, casing and frac strings, setting down-hole pumps and rods, as well as pumping unit installation. The completions consultant oversees the Operator’s completion plan, handling various aspects of workover/completions engineering assignments and assisting in preparing completion, testing and workover procedures.


Responsibilities:
  • Follow safe operating practices and ensure compliance with environmental, safety and regulatory requirements.
  • Assist in the engineering design of all completion programs as well as the fracture treatment of all new drilling wells; prepare completion, testing and workover procedures.
  • Ensure that workover and completion operations are carried out with best oilfield practices and in accordance with program and all relevant Company standards.
  • Make regular reports to the production engineer on the progress of operations.
  • Aid in implementing steps for reducing environmental depletion due to drilling operations.
  • Prepare written engineering well workover briefs for wellsite supervisors.
  • Assist in the monitoring of all AFE’s for well work, run economic backup and justification calculations for AFE submittals and monitor expenditures against AFE amounts.
  • Review well production on a daily basis to ensure that wells are optimized as to productivity.
  • Provide engineering support on a variety of subjects, including completion designs, workover and fishing jobs, and production facility modifications.

Requirements:
  • Minimum of 10 years’ pressure pumping experience
  • Minimum of 2 years’ experience as a frac supervisor
  • Minimum of 6 months’ experience as a completions consultant (1 year or more preferred)
  • Previous experience as an operations superintendent or district manager preferred
  • Previous experience with workover rigs, wireline, fracking and snubbing units preferred
  • Demonstrated leader with excellent management, supervisory and communication skills
  • Proficiency reporting with a variety of systems
  • Possession of current well control certificate
  • Familiarity with OSHA and EPA Health & Safety Regulations
  • A working knowledge of area regulations and compliance requirements

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

Please send resumes HERE with the job title in the subject line.


Posted 1/02/2015

Back to the top



 
Completions Supervisor/Foreman
DTC Energy Group

Position Summary:

The Completions Supervisor supervises workover and completion operations for hydraulic fracturing of vertical and horizontal wells, coil tubing cleanout, running tubing, casing and frac strings, setting down-hole pumps and rods, as well as pumping unit installation. The completions supervisor oversees the Operator’s completion plan, handling various aspects of workover/completions engineering assignments and assisting in preparing completion, testing and workover procedures.


Responsibilities:
  • Follow safe operating practices and ensure compliance with environmental, safety and regulatory requirements.
  • Assist in the engineering design of all completion programs as well as the fracture treatment of all new drilling wells; prepare completion, testing and workover procedures.
  • Ensure that workover and completion operations are carried out with best oilfield practices and in accordance with program and all relevant Company standards.
  • Make regular reports to the production engineer on the progress of operations.
  • Aid in implementing steps for reducing environmental depletion due to drilling operations.
  • Prepare written engineering well workover briefs for wellsite supervisors.
  • Assist in the monitoring of all AFE’s for well work, run economic backup and justification calculations for AFE submittals and monitor expenditures against AFE amounts.
  • Review well production on a daily basis to ensure that wells are optimized as to productivity.
  • Provide engineering support on a variety of subjects, including completion designs, workover and fishing jobs, and production facility modifications.

Requirements:
  • 5+ years as a completions foreman/supervisor
  • Minimum of 2 years’ experience as a frac supervisor
  • Previous experience as an operations superintendent or district manager preferred
  • Previous experience with workover rigs, wireline, fracking and snubbing units preferred
  • Demonstrated leader with excellent management, supervisory and communication skills
  • Proficiency reporting with a variety of systems
  • Possession of current well control certificate
  • Familiarity with OSHA and EPA Health & Safety Regulations
  • A working knowledge of area regulations and compliance requirements

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

Please send resumes to HERE with the job title in the subject line.


Posted 1/02/2015

Back to the top



 
Air Quality Lead
Stellar Recruitment

Position Summary:

Stellar Recruitment is partnered with a well-established oil and gas operator to recruit an AIR QUALITY LEAD to their Denver team. Our client offers industry leading compensation and benefits packages which include flex schedules, relocation assistance and educational support and career advancement opportunities


Responsibilities:
  • Work with the regulatory compliance group to manage air quality permitting
  • Coordinate activities across new and existing facilities in CO, WY
  • Update Air Quality policies and track changes in regulations
  • Oversee air modelling activities and ensure new facilities are permitted
  • Promote Asset Compliance Tracking System (ACTS) to implementation
  • Maintain air permitting emissions inventories and compliance reporting

Requirements:
  • BS in Environmental Science, Environmental Engineering or similar
  • 10+ years of oil and gas air quality experience required
  • Knowledge of local, state, and federal air regulations
  • Previous managerial experience specific to air quality 

Qualifications:

see above 




Contact Info for Applicants:

To APPLY for the position please email Matt with reference: #24696. To have a confidential discussion, please call Matt Lewinski at 1-720-599-3013 


Posted 12/26/2014

Back to the top



 
Regulatory Specialist
Stellar Recruiting

Position Summary:

As a REGULATORY SPECIALIST your role will work with a wide scope of projects to ensure permitting and regulatory compliance across all of their operations runs smoothly and quickly.


Responsibilities:
  • Oversee state, local and federal permitting and regulatory operations
  • Identify issues before problems arise to comply with agency requirements
  • Review all permit applications prior to submittal to ensure accuracy
  • Address agency concerns to either emend applications or address issues
  • Represent the organization at industry, government, and tribal meetings
  • Work with BLM, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Ute Indian Tribe Energy & Minerals Department, Utah Division of Wildlife, Montana Board of Oil and Gas, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, U.S. Environmental Protection, Utah Division of Oil, Gas and Mining, North Dakota Industrial Commission.

Requirements:
  • Bachelor’s degree preferred
  • Minimum of 5 years of related regulatory specific industry experience.
  • Working knowledge of all tribal, state, federal and municipal regulations

Qualifications:

see above 




Contact Info for Applicants:

To APPLY for the position please email Matt with reference: #24642. To have a confidential discussion, please call Matt Lewinski at 1-720-599-3013


Posted 12/26/2014

Back to the top



 
Senior Process Engineer
Stellar Recruiting

Position Summary:

Reporting directly to the Process Engineering Manager, the Senior Process Engineer will be responsible for managing the process engineering group on process modeling, process studies, FEED studies and detailed process engineering.  As the Manager, you will also be responsible for training and mentoring younger engineers as well as implementing and maintaining process standards.


Responsibilities:
  • Process engineering and design utilizing computer simulations using HYSYS/Promax
  • Assessing processes for their performance to ensure work is meeting client requirements
  • Coordinate with clients and other departments to ensure deadlines are being met
  • Provide process engineering support, leadership, and project management to gas processing and remote gas technology development projects
  • Equipment sizing and instrumentation
  • Piping and instrumentation and developing engineering standards
  • Troubleshooting and optimization of existing facilities
  • Perform QA/QC to ensure standards are being met

Requirements:
  • Degree in Chemical Engineering
  • 5+ years’ experience in O&G industry with strong background in pipelines and facilities.
  • Minimum 5 years’ experience in a supervisory role
  • PE License preferred but not a requirement

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

Please email your resume in word format to Brent and reference Job #BW24580.  For a confidential discussion, please contact Brent Wardell on +1 720 599 3014


Posted 12/22/2014

Back to the top



 
JIB Supervisor
Stellar Recruiting

Position Summary:

As the JIB Supervisor you will ensure correct well cost accounting including maintaining material inventory, AFE setup and maintenance, month end allocations among other responsibilities. This person will have an opportunity to help develop and implement new systems that will allow the company to expand to meet their continued growth projections.


Responsibilities:
  • Processing monthly JIB duties
  • Maintaining monthly JIB allocations and JOA compliance
  • Preparing journal entries for prior period corrections
  • Preparing and overseeing audit process
  • Working with various departments and all levels
  • Reviewing complex coding and allocation of costs for field related accounting
  • Routinely reviewing field reports and effectively communicate with operations team

Requirements:
  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Business is preferred
  • 10+ years’ experience in joint interest focus necessary
  • 5+ years’ experience within Oil and Gas
  • 3+ years’ experience in a supervisory role
  • Desire to work in a fast-paced and growing environment

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

To APPLY, please email your resume in word format to: Ashley. For a confidential discussion please call Ashley Carlson on 1-720-599-3006


Posted 12/22/2014

Back to the top



 
Development Engineer
Stellar Recruiting

Position Summary:

As the DEVELOPMENT ENGINEER you will be tasked conducting and presenting on reservoir engineering studies, reserves and business development projects.


Responsibilities:
  • Generate development plans, production models, forecasts and budgets
  • Execute the corporate development plan with the Land and Geology teams
  • Conduct reservoir studies/analyses and present findings to management
  • Liaise closely with the business development team on A&D projects
  • Work closely with Asset Teams to generate new drilling inventory
  • Perform reservoir engineering projects on different assets as needed
  • Create drilling and completions schedules, inventories and budgets
  • Make regular presentations to senior management, peers and investors

Requirements:
  • BS in Petroleum Engineering required
  • 5+ years of oil and gas petroleum engineering experience
  • Experience with ARIES, MS Excel and MS Access 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 DM24383


Posted 12/22/2014

Back to the top



   
For More Info
  Job listings are posted for a 30-day cycle. Most recent jobs are listed at the top.
 
  To post a job to our job board please fill out a Job Submission Form.
 
 
feed icon Sign Up for COGA Jobs RSS Feed
COGA Colorado Oil and Gas Association Print Page Button
© 2014 Colorado Oil & Gas Association. All rights reserved. Terms of Use | Privacy Statement | Site Map | Sign Up for COGA News