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Field Sales
Bell Supply

Position Summary:

Bell Supply is seeking a field salesperson to support our growth in the field production and midstream areas of our industry. Will be based out of a brand new 14,000 sf facility in Evans that is nearing completion.
Responsibilities: This position will call on E&P's, service companies, pipeline & transportation companies selling PVF, safety equipment and other products to support their growth plans and our growth needs.


Responsibilities:

see below


Requirements:

We are seeking a seasoned, responsible, motivated individual with great communication skills. Someone that enjoys the challenges of a dynamic, competitive industry, that is the backbone of our economy. Knowledge of our industry with emphasis on pipe, valves and fittings is a plus.


Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply bburke@bellsupplystores.com?subject=Application%20for%20Field%20Sales%20Position%20">HERE


Posted 8/26/2014

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Chief Operating Officer
Confidential

Position Summary:

Our company is a fast growing independent, upstream oil and gas company. We operate numerous onshore oil and gas properties in Colorado, Texas, Mississippi and Kentucky. To enable us to transition to the next stage in our development, we seek a senior executive with a strong background in upstream oil & gas to join us in the position of Chief Operating Officer. The Chief Operating Officer (COO) supports the work of the Company's Chief Executive Officer (CEO) focusing on the establishment and optimization of day-to-day operations in the Company. A senior management position, the role is for seasoned and qualified professionals with visionary leadership skills.


Responsibilities:

The Chief Operating Officer oversees all daily operations at the Company:

  • Coordinates, monitors and manages the oil & gas extraction and processing activities
  • Evaluates the performance of the company's business units to fulfill cash flow requirements
  • Conducts Company activities in accordance with the short and long term strategic plans, participates in management meetings, offers suggestions and solutions to improve safety, environmental compliance, productivity, and profit
  • The Company values teamwork and thus places importance on the team environment. The successful COO candidate must be able to demonstrate their past experience in utilizing committees

Requirements:

see below


Qualifications:
  • B.Sc. in Engineering
  • Minimum 10 years proven oil and gas operations experience and performance
  • An advanced degree in business and PHD in engineering preferred
  • Relevant experience in oil & gas in coordinating teams, decisive and experienced in managing processes in leadership positions
  • Must understand and use modern management practices including Six Sigma and Total Quality Management
  • Must possess strong managerial and leadership skills, interpersonal skills, the ability to coordinate activities of a number employees and a high resistance to stress



Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE


Posted 8/26/2014

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Senior Landman
QEP Resources - Denver, CO

Position Summary:

As a member of the regional Land Team working with the High Plains technical groups and other functional teams within the organization.


Responsibilities:

Job responsibilities include all land aspects involved in assigned projects:

  • evaluation
  • team participation
  • obtaining project approval
  • executing plans
  • timely conclusion of projects to the appropriate closure.

Candidate will be required to perform routine tasks and complex assignments both individually and within a group. The candidate must be adaptable for working on multiple projects as assigned.


Requirements:
  • Ability to identify key problem solving elements and apply knowledge and experience to solve moderately complex to complex problems
  • Ability to bring forth new ideas and recommendations, as well as contribute to the financial success of the Division
  • Competency in responsibilities of a Senior level Landman with thorough working knowledge of Land and it’s components
  • Ability to fully consider risk and uncertainty when evaluating proposals and to consistently utilize economic analyses to prioritize work and aid decision making
  • Capable of functioning effectively as a part of a team and working well with members of other disciplines and departments

Qualifications:
  • 5+ years of oil and gas land experience.
  • Candidate must possess a Bachelor’s degree, preferably in Business, Energy Management, or other related field. Preference given to advanced degree, M.B.A or Juris Doctorate.
  • Title Evaluation Experience: searching/researching/examining all necessary land and contract data to understand and assure ownership.
  • Conduct title review, understand necessary curative determinations to resolve defects or make appropriate business risk determinations.
  • Evaluate, plan, and negotiate well trades, farmins/farmouts, operating agreements, and preparing any other agreements required for the acquisition of oil and gas leases in support of exploration or drilling projects.
  • Acquisition and divestiture activity: knowledgeable about preparation of data for divestitures and evaluation of data for acquisitions, perform and supervise due diligence, understanding of the standard provisions of a purchase and sale agreement and the ability to negotiate smaller deals
  • Knowledge and ability to draft written agreements.
  • Knowledge of permitting, surface use agreements, environmental impact and restrictions and federal and state regulations and laws



Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE


Posted 8/25/2014

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Regional Sales Representative
Adams Industries

Position Summary:

Adams Industries in looking for a regional sales representative in the Houston, Texas area.


Responsibilities:
  • Minimum 2 years previous experience in sales
  • Strong understanding of customer and market dynamics and requirements
  • Extensive knowledge of brokerage and transportation industry
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Frequent overnight travel required
  • Works well with management, peers, subordinates
  • Detail oriented
  • Customer service oriented

Requirements:
  • Generate quality sales by managing and developing client accounts and demonstrating the value of all company divisions and services
  • Conduct regular prospecting activities to generate new leads and new clients
  • Maintain relationships with existing clients
  • Provide timely feedback to Sales Manager regarding performance
  • Maintain customer data base
  • Ensure sales forecast data base is kept up to date
  • Control expenses to meet budget guidelines
  • Adhere to all company policies, procedures, and business ethic codes to ensure each are implemented and communicated within the team
  • Performs all duties and responsibilities in a timely and effective manner in according with company policy to achieve the overall objectives of position and expectations of supervisors
  • Keeps immediate supervisor promptly and fully informed of all problems or unusual matters of significance and takes prompt corrective action when necessary

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply recruiting@adamsii.com?subject=Regional%20Sales%20Representative%20">HERE


Posted 8/19/2014

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GIS & Database Analyst
Anschutz Energy Corporation

Position Summary:

The analyst will work in a small exploration company performing a broad range of technical tasks to support geology, geophysics, land, regulatory, and/or engineering personnel using a variety of software packages. This position presents considerable opportunities for skill development and growth.


Responsibilities:
  • Import/Export data to and from GIS and a variety of other software packages
  • Create, update, and analyze surface and subsurface databases and maps
  • Create new data layers by digitizing, georeferencing, and manipulating source data
  • Create high quality maps for PowerPoint slides and presentations as assigned
  • Maintain project databases by performing imports of well and production data using industry and in-house sources; monitor projections, extents and coordinate systems so data is transferable
  • Generate and maintain geologic, leasing, seismic, and well activity base maps from various sources for meetings and presentations
  • Coordinate and communicate with project team members in geoscience, engineering, operations, and land groups to organize various types of data and information needed to meet project goals and deadlines
  • Organize, update, and manipulate all types of oil and gas databases using Excel, Access, SDE, and SQL Server
  • Acquire, file, and maintain project data in SharePoint, shared drives, and databases

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
  • Demonstrated proficiency in ArcGIS
  • Strong knowledge of coordinate systems, projecting data, and other spatial data concepts
  • Experience maintaining and manipulating databases (Access, Oracle, SQL, SDE, etc.)
  • Willingness to continuously evaluate and recommend improvements to established in-house practices and workflows
  • Working knowledge of GeoGraphix, SharePoint, ArcGIS Server, and/or SeisWare is a plus

Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s Degree in GIS or related field (Other education, commensurate experience and demonstrated ability of individual may be substituted)
  • Three or more years GIS experience
  • Oil and Gas experience preferred



Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE


Posted 8/19/2014

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Sr. Air Quality Specialist
Bonanza Creek Energy Inc.

Position Summary:

This position is responsible for Rocky Mountain Region permitting, monitoring and regulatory compliance and recordkeeping and reporting activities related to environmental regulations with primary focus on air quality. The position will work with engineers, technical specialists, regulatory agencies, and field personnel to facilitate permitting and implementation of compliance programs for upstream activities. Duties include understanding and tracking local, state and federal laws and regulations, identifying and implementing compliance program improvements, and providing training for employees.


Responsibilities:
  • Assist Environmental Regulatory Manager in development and implementation of air emissions compliance programs to ensure compliance with corporate policy and state and federal regulations. 
  • Manage air analyses for project planning and feasibility in coordination with the Development, Facilities and Construction Teams • Manage air permitting, air emission calculations, application completeness and submittal
  • Develop and deliver air program training
  • Manage GHG Monitoring and Reporting Programs
  • Function as SME and provide technical assistance to management and mentoring to department staff
  • Provide regulatory assistance in the development and implementation of a field wide Leak Detection and Repair Program.
  • Provide support and assist with pollution investigations and incident and upset reporting
  • May represent the Company before federal, state, and local regulatory agencies.
  • Prepare written, oral, tabular, and graphic reports summarizing requirements and regulations, including enforcement and chain of custody documentation. 
  • Prepare, organize, and maintain environmental permitting and compliance paperwork, as well as monitor follow-up actions in cases where violations were found, and review compliance monitoring reports.
  • Assist with preparation and maintenance of monthly, quarterly, and annual air pollution reporting documentation with the local, state, and federal agencies as necessary.
  • Responsible for identifying changes in local state and federal rules and regulations that affect the E&P industry that require research or further training to understand compliance requirements.
  • Learn and observe proper safety precautions, rules, regulations, and practices so that unsafe conditions can be recognized and proper safety protocols implemented.
  • Monitor follow-up actions in cases where violations were found, and review compliance monitoring reports.
  • Prepare, organize, and maintain inspection records.
  • Verify that hazardous chemicals are handled, stored, and disposed of in accordance with regulations.
  • Follow safe operating practices and ensure compliance with BCEI Environment, Safety & Regulatory requirements

Requirements:
  • Experience with ACTS a plus 
  • Experience with upstream Oil and Gas operations, additional experience with midstream oil and gas is a plus
  • Knowledge of federal and state air quality programs applicable to oil and gas industry, specific experience with Colorado regulations and nonattainment rules, NSPS, and Mandatory Reporting Rule for Greenhouse Gasses.
  • Must possess the ability to translate environmental regulations and permit and plan requirements into understandable compliance guidance
  • Must be detail oriented, a team player with excellent communication, analytical, organizational and time management skills.
  • Must be willing to travel periodically to field locations
  • Strong analytical and critical thinking skills
  • Must be able to pass a drug and criminal background check.

Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s Degree in related discipline of Science or Engineering 
  • Minimum of 10 years air permitting and compliance experience in Oil and Gas E&P Operations



Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE


Posted 8/19/2014

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Sales Engineer (Performance Drilling)
Baker Hughes

Position Summary:

Baker Hughes Incorporated has an opening for a Sales Engineer (Performance Drilling) in Denver, Colorado. As a leader in the oilfield services industry, Baker Hughes offers opportunities for qualified people who want to grow in our high performance organization. Our leading technologies and our ability to apply them safely and effectively create value for our customers and our shareholders. Baker Hughes is an Equal Employment Affirmative Action Employer. Baker Hughes Incorporated has an opening for a Sales Engineer (Performance Drilling) in Denver, Colorado. As a leader in the oilfield services industry, Baker Hughes offers opportunities for qualified people who want to grow in our high performance organization. Our leading technologies and our ability to apply them safely and effectively create value for our customers and our shareholders. Baker Hughes is an Equal Employment Affirmative Action Employer.


Responsibilities:
  • Provides skilled level support for the product line(s), technical selling, key field product application, well prognosis, and/or completion product performance.
  • Assists with prototype tool applications and new product market introductions.
  • Investigates unusual or unsatisfactory product performance to determine root cause and preventative action.
  • Completes advanced well bore seminar and continues training in other product lines.
  • May be lead engineering/technical position in region or area, with the exception of Field Service Personnel.
  • Responsible for providing sales support and product application recommendations.
  • Coordinates with area engineering teams to implement area specific product strategies and best practices
  • Provides technical guidance and presentations to customers relating to product performance and new motor and drill bit technology
  • Will investigate unusual or unsatisfactory product performance to determine root cause and preventative actions
  • Performs customer technical presentations
  • Qualifies customer for Drilling Optimization and Application Engineering projects and coordinates efforts
  • Provides technical consultation to customers on product / performance issues
  • Handles special projects, as assigned
  • Conducts all business activities in accordance to Baker Hughes HSE policies, Legal Compliance requirements and Baker Hughes Core Values

Requirements:
  • Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical or Petroleum Engineering OR equivalent experience.
  • 3+ years’ drilling or drill bit experience or 5+ years’ experience in related field
  • Previous experience in sales or account management or similar client-facing role required.
  • Skilled level knowledge of two or more product lines and proper application of tools.
  • Thorough understanding of down-hole hydraulics and rig operations.
  • Proficient use of computer based programs related to application of products.
  • Problem solving skills
  • This initiative driven, problem solver should be willing to increase their knowledge base in drill bit and drilling systems applications within the oilfield industry.
  • Strong interpersonal and sales skills
  • Travel approximately 10% in region which may require over-night travel
  • May work at the rig sites, wearing PPE/HSE attire

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE


Posted 8/15/2014

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Account Manager (Pressure Pumping)
Baker Hughes

Position Summary:

Baker Hughes Incorporated has an opening for an Account Manager – Pressure Pumping in Denver, CO. As a leader in the oilfield services industry, Baker Hughes offers opportunities for qualified people who want to grow in our high performance organization. Our leading technologies and our ability to apply them safely and effectively create value for our customers and our shareholders. Baker Hughes is an Equal Employment Affirmative Action Employer.


Responsibilities:

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES/ ACCOUNTABILITIES

  •     Sells products and services to existing and new customers.
  •     Develops and maintains sales strategies to increase sales and profits through major accounts.
  •     Builds strong customer relationships.
  •     Manages the sales function and may supervise employees.
  •     Meet with customers to discuss current and future work.
  •     Building proposals for bids.
  •     Analyze profitability.
  •     Handles special projects, as assigned

Requirements:
  • High School Diploma or equivalent (prefer Bachelor’s degree).
  • 3 years of experience in pressure pumping
  • Comprehensive, specialized technical knowledge of company's products and services for area of responsibility and general knowledge of products and services of other business segments.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to build strong relationships with both internal and external customers.
  • Strong negotiating skills.
  • Demonstrated understanding of sales process, ability to build strong relationships and close business.
  • Fundamental knowledge of commercial and contract language. Ability to coach others.
  • Experience with Microsoft Excel

Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Local market knowledge or prior experience working in the Rockies
  • Prior experience with sales



Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE


Posted 8/15/2014

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Automation Controls Specialist
DCP Midstream

Position Summary:

DCP Midstream is looking for an Automation Controls Specialist in Greeley, CO.


Responsibilities:

Essential functions include, but are not limited to the following: (Note: these are subject to change as business and other conditions required):

  • Responsible for maintaining and programming a I/A DCS and PLC's.
  • Perform electrical maintenance, electrical PM's and coordinate electrical work involving contractors.
  • Provide detailed cost estimates for upgrades of DCS and other electrical projects.
  • Will be responsible for procurement and inventory of electrical parts.
  • Willing to work overtime and travel as job requires.
  • Will be required to assist other Automation Control Specialists and I & E Techs in the Asset.
  • This position will require travel.

Requirements:
  • Must have a minimum of a High School degree or equivalent
  • Able to perform basic mathematical calculations.
  • Must have reliable means of contact for call-out purposes.
  • Valid driver’s license.
  • Currently live or be willing to relocate to within 35 miles of reporting location.
  • Computer literate.

Qualifications:
  • Prefer candidate with a minimum of two years prior experience as an I & E Technician.
  • Currently qualified as an Automation Control Specialist or be able to pass qualifying tests and requirements.
  • Journeyman electrician certificate is desirable as well as experience programming PLCs/DCS.
  • Prior Plant Operations experience helpful.
  • Demonstrates sound judgement with the ability to make decisions and corrections when problems are detected.
  • Must be able to assume responsibility and perform duties and handle multiple tasks under potentially stressful and/or hazardous conditions.
  • Must have record of very positive work performance, very good safety record, knowledge of safety rules and practices, ability to perform work independently, history of being dependable and reliable, good organizational skills, good customer relations.
  • Must be open to learning, have a history of being able to work as part of a team, take pride in a job well done, enjoy working hard and be extremely reliable and dependable. Ability to follow written or spoken work instructions in English.
  • Abile to work well with others.
  • Must have mechanical aptitude and basic computer skills including spreadsheet and word processing applications



Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE


Posted 8/15/2014

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Mechanic
QEP Resources

Position Summary:

We have a challenging position for a qualified Mechanic. Responsibilities will include the service, maintenance, and repair of compressors, engines, generators, and pumps. Perform maintenance and major mechanical overhauls with minimal supervision. Verify dimensions, specifications, and tolerances per manufacturer’s specifications. Understand and be able to troubleshoot engine and compressor support equipment (i.e., air fuel ratio systems, electronic ignition, compressor panels) and be abreast of current technology. Maintain compressor spare parts inventory.


Responsibilities:
  • Knowledge of: company standard practices, emergency plan, operating inspection, maintenance plan and all safety requirements; gas compression, water and oil tanks, natural gas engines and compressors, plant computer and control equipment.
  • Skill in: basic arithmetic and oral and written communications. Computer skills using Excel & Word.
  • Ability to: lift items weighing up to 75 lbs.; move items weighing up to 500 lbs. with equipment assistance; use various hand tools and hoists; hear; see objects at close range and in the distance; distinguish colors and relationship between objects; understand and complete oral and written instructions; communicate effectively orally and in writing and receive and convey information.

Requirements:

Must possess a valid drivers license; an acceptable driving record; undergo random drug testing subject to DOT requirements; must adhere to all policies established by thecompany, including the QEP Resources Business Ethics and Compliance Policy; and regular attendance.


Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE


Posted 8/15/2014

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Regulatory Permitting and Compliance Specialist
Great Western Oil and Gas

Position Summary:

Great Western operations include construction, drilling, and production operations. The successful candidate will be charged with providing regulatory and administrative support to assist the team in complying with federal, state, and local regulations. Experience with drilling, completions and producing regulatory permits is preferred.


Responsibilities:
  • Essential Job Duties: Other duties may be assigned, as requested/required
  • Manage and implement well (surface and downhole) permitting process
  • Responsible for providing regulatory compliance and administrative support
  • Maintain internal tracking systems to identify upcoming regulatory requirements for continuing compliance with regulations
  • Monitor upcoming operations and required filing dates as well as prepare associated reports as requested
  • Assist in the collection of data and compilation of various required regulatory submittals. This requirement can include filing filings related to APD, completions, sundry notices, re-completions, etc…
  • Assist in special projects and research as required
  • Maintain associated well records electronically and paper files
  • Establish and help foster positive relationships with city, state, tribal, county, and federal governmental regulatory personnel as required

Requirements:

see below


Qualifications:
  • 2-4 year degree in engineering technology, or related field
  • At least two years of oil and gas experience
  • Experience in Colorado 2/2A permitting preferred
  • Federal permitting experience desirable
  • Ability to interface with regulatory agency personnel
  • Exceptional detail orientation
  • Intermediate to advanced experience with Microsoft Office products
  • Excellent communication skills and ability to interface with govt. agency personnel,engineers, management and field personnel
  • Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work in cross discipline team oriented groups involving land, engineering and geologic departments
  • General understanding of governmental well permitting regulations



Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply via COGA's LinkedIn Group


Posted 8/13/2014

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Manager Investor Relations
PDC Energy

Position Summary:

Manage various communication initiatives to foster good investor, public, media, and community relations for PDC.


Responsibilities:
  • Manage strategic communications and investor relations plans pertaining to emergent company issues;
  • Create and manage PDC’s external and internal messages to ensure that all company communications are integrated and consistent;
  • Manage the development and distribution of internal and external communication materials to employees, investors, representatives, and the media;
  • Coordinate and participate in presentations to shareholders, research analysts, and investment groups;
  • Supervise and participate in the collection, analysis, and presentation of feedback to the company of investors’ perceptions and opinions, brokerage security analysts’ positions and summaries, relative stock price movements, and periodic ownership analysis;
  • Ensure the PDC website is kept current, easy to navigate and of value to both internal and external users of the sites;
  • Ensure cost-effective top quality service to investors and their representatives is provided through timely and informative communications and financial information;
  • Identify and participate in appropriate trade shows and investor conferences;
  • Research and provide appropriate written updates to Board of Directors;
  • Respond to special requests of the department;
  • Review, update and manage specific investor relations and communication initiatives pertaining to Strategic Plan;
  • Serve as a substitute member of the Crisis Communication Team;
  • Manage Investor Relations meetings.

Requirements:
  • Ability to lead a team and work on a team;
  • Excellent written communication skills;
  • Communicate effectively with co-workers, subordinates, superiors, the general public, representatives of public and private organizations and others sufficient to exchange or convey information;
  • Excellent computer skills;
  • Perform basic and complex research for preparing documents;
  • Organize own work, coordinate projects, set priorities, meet deadlines and follow up on assignments with a minimum of direction;
  • Use initiative and independent judgment within established policy and procedural guidelines.


SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Directly supervise one or more direct reports.

WORKING CONDITIONS

  • Consistent with that of a normal office environment;
  • Ability to travel 10-20% of the time.

Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s degree required;
  • 5+ years of experience in investor relations, finance, marketing, planning and development or corporate communication for a public company or consulting agency;
  • 8+ years overall years of experience;
  • Industry experience required.



Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE


Posted 8/12/2014

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Sr Spatial Data Analyst-Wattenberg
Anadarko Petroleum

Position Summary:

The Analyst will be serving the Greater Wattenberg asset team. Collaborate with numerous technical groups to collect, manage, and integrate spatial data and generate maps and analysis for various internal teams.


Responsibilities:
  • Support mapping and data analysis functions in all Wattenberg teams, including Development Planning, Execution, Reservoir Characterization, Exploration, and Business Development
  • Collaborate with numerous technical groups, including Surface Land, Mineral Land, Regulatory, Drilling, Completions, Midstream, Facilities, Production, and Spatial Data Services to collect, standardize, and use a variety of spatial data
  • Design, support, and communicate specialized data models and queries for business purposes
  • Actively participate in various asset team meetings, with role of generating dynamic maps that can be edited and used in real-time
  • Provide general geotechnical support to asset team as required

Requirements:

Education:

Bachelor of Science degree in GIS studies or Geology

Relocation:

This position is not eligible for domestic relocation.

Work Schedule:

This position is eligible for the 9/80 work schedule.


Qualifications:
  • A minimum of 3 years of experience with ArcGIS and/or related systems
  • A minimum of 3 years of Oil & Gas experience; specific knowledge in Land, Regulatory, and Facilities a plus
  • Proficiency in Excel, Access, Spotfire
  • Team player with strong interpersonal and communication skills
  • Action-oriented, able to deliver a high quality product in a short amount of time
  • Ability to organize and prioritize work and communicate timelines to team



Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE


Posted 8/11/2014

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Facilities Engineer (Electrical & Controls)
Whiting Petroleum

Position Summary:

Designs, plans, manages construction, commissions and maintains Electrical, Control and SCADA systems for well sites, production batteries, gathering systems, pipelines, terminals, pumping, compression and plant processing facilities. Interfaces with electrical utilities and telecommunication companies on a frequent basis regarding power/communications to processing/compression sites and production batteries.  Supports field data communications systems, software applications systems, control networks, data acquisition systems, control systems and human machine interfaces.


Responsibilities:
  • Work with multiple project managers to ensure Electrical/Controls scope is designed and constructed per Whiting Standards.
  • Supervise contract engineering and construction management resources as required.
  • Work w/ utilities to ensure power is provided to sites on schedule and in a cost effective manner.
  • Assist in developing/maintaining programming standards and ensure they are incorporated into project scope.
  • Supports and oversees design of medium and low voltage electrical systems and plant/compressor station control systems.    
  • Manage projects including implementing field wide SCADA systems, power distribution, motor control systems, and power generation.
  • Assist in troubleshooting power and control related issues as needed. Position will work w/ operations, plant/field      electricians, Automation Foreman, IT group, and SCADA resources on a daily basis.
  • Generate ideas for discussion, approval and implementation that optimize facility or well performance, maximize oil recovery and reduce cost while supporting company safety objectives   
  • Plan, coordinate, and execute system maintenance programs and security objectives
  • Providing technical support to ensure compliance with safety, environmental and regulatory requirements   
  • Plan and execute expense and capital projects
  • Develop work scopes, cost estimates, design basis, contracting and procurement strategies, construction drawings, execution plans, work packs, schedules, resource requirements, AFE's, etc to plan and execute projects

Requirements:
  • Must be comfortable in various work settings including office, field, plant, and pipeline facilities
  • Indoor/Outdoor environments
  • Computer work is required

Qualifications:
  • B.S. degree in Engineering
  • At least Five years of industry experience
  • Exposure to designing/troubleshooting medium and low voltage electrical systems
  • Experience with motor starting and motor control.
  • Experience with AB PLC systems, Databases and Network Communications
  • Experience with Gas Processing Facility Controls and Oilfield Electrical and SCADA systems
  • Knowledge of safety and environmental regulations and procedures associated with facilities
  • Knowledge of NFPA, PSM, DOT and FERC requirements
  • Must be willing to travel (aprox. 20%)



Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE


Posted 8/11/2014

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Air Monitoring Systems Specialist
Tetra Tech

Position Summary:

Tetra Tech is a leading provider of consulting, engineering, and technical services worldwide. We are a diverse company, including individuals with expertise in science, research, engineering, construction, and information technology. Our strength is in collectively providing integrated services--delivering the best solutions to meet our clients' needs. With more than 14,000 employees worldwide, 350 offices worldwide and $2.6 Billion revenue in FY 2013, Tetra Tech's capabilities span the entire project cycle. We offer competitive compensation and benefits and are searching for innovative people to join our teams. EOE AA/M/F/Vets/Disability. We are currently seeking an Air Monitoring Systems Specialist to join our team.


Responsibilities:
  • Manage and support air quality and meteorological monitoring related projects.
  • Perform air monitoring related work consisting of network design, preparation of quality assurance and operating plans, state reporting, equipment procurement, installation, programming, calibrations, site operation, data management, site adjustments, and documentation of air quality monitoring systems.
  • Additional duties may include constructing remote monitoring stations and general field support, as necessary.
  • Project locations will vary and may require extensive travel and multiple days in the field.

Requirements:
  • Minimum of 5 years in an air quality-related position involving operation of air quality and meteorological monitoring stations.
  • Candidate should have experience preparing quality assurance and operating plans, knowledge of available equipment vendors, and experience with station installation, programming, calibration, operation, and data management.
  • Candidate must have working knowledge of U.S. Environmental Protection Agency ambient air quality monitoring rules, regulations, and guidelines, including Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD) requirements.
  • Candidate should also have experience working with local, state, and federal agencies.

In addition, candidate must be able to:

  • Work independently •Lift a minimum of 50 pounds
  • Work in outdoor settings (sometimes remote), alone or with coworkers
  • Manage extremely large data sets using Microsoft Excel
  • Perform complex equations using Microsoft Excel
  • Operate and troubleshoot air monitoring equipment
  • Solve problems as they arise in the field
  • Create and format documents using Microsoft Word
  • Help guide and train junior staff

Qualifications:

Degree Requirements: B.S. in Engineering, Environmental Science, Meteorology, or similar degree




Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE


Posted 8/11/2014

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HSE Analyst
HSE Analyst- QEP Resources

Position Summary:

Manages HSE data systems including incident reporting, audit reporting, corrective action tracking, training tracking and environmental reporting. Develops reports and presentations for various levels of the company utilizing data from HSE, HR and operations resources. Manages HSE web applications both internal and external to the company. Provides analytical support of internal HSE data and external benchmarking data including trend analysis and quality review. Manages Denver office Floor Warden program.


Responsibilities:
  • Develop written procedures per HSE Management System (HSEMS) standards for tasks required by the HSE Analyst position. Procedures may include HSE database user manual/training, monthly HSE performance reports, QA/QC process for incident review, contractor data review process (PEC), periodic communications process (newsletter) and HSE Web Page management.
  • Manage maintenance and tracking of all incident reports through closure, developing and communicating status through periodic reports. Ensure incident and near hit reports are complete and correctly entered into company data management system. Compile summaries and distribute per company guidelines. Oversight of incident reporting accuracy.
  • Compile and analyze HSE data to identify performance trends. Develop and distribute HSE reports per company standards and regulatory requirements. Provide statistical presentations as required by HSE Management System.
  • Gather data, apply HSE performance ranking and assimilate reports for contractors working for QEP. Interface with the division HSE Teams on data analysis issues to ensure teamwork and minimize duplication of effort.
  • Point person for QEP HSE database solution center. Work with developers and impacted QEP organizations to improve use and performance of the HSE database(s).
  • Manage HSE website on QEP Intranet. Team member of design team, manage daily applications and periodic updates to website.
  • Generate HSE reports to QEP, agencies and stakeholders as requested. Gather data, verify with knowledge base, format data to requirements and build report templates as required.

Requirements:

see below 


Qualifications:

Education: Required - Associates Degree; Preferred - Bachelor's Degree
Experience: 7+ years in HSE, 5+ in HSE analyst or related role preferred.


Technical Knowledge:

  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite
  • HSE database experience – preferrably KMI and Ecocion
  • Empirical analysis and trending
  • Webpage /webmaster experience
  • HSE regulatory knowledge, primarily in 29CFR 1904


Critical Skills:

  • Computer Skills: Advanced skills in Excel, Power Point, Word, Access, and in use of intranet/internet.
  • Proficient in PEC (contractor management) database and HSE database requirements.
  • Business Knowledge: Basic analytical skills, capable of identifying trends in data. Data manipulation and understanding of HSE management system(s).
  • Have general knowledge of regulatory compliance issues, specifically recordkeeping requirements.
  • Problem Solving: Identify work flow issues and recommend innovative solutions.
  • Communication Skills: Demonstrate interpersonal skills capable of interface daily with management, field  and contract personnel in order to build networks within QEP and externally with contractors.
  • Organizational Skills: Self-directed and capable of functioning at high level with minimal supervision.



Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE 


Posted 8/6/2014

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Sr Health & Safety Specialist
QEP Resources

Position Summary:

The Senior Health / Safety Specialist provides leadership for Operations’ application of health and safety programs across the corporation. The position focuses on developing strategic processes, applied across each asset, to improve performance in Health/Safety performance of the company. The position is expected to mentor field HSE positions, improve consistency among business units and develop HSE knowledge and capabilities within HSE personnel company-wide.

Scope:
Under the direction of the QEP Director – Health, Safety, Environmental, works closely with division operations management and HSE, facilitating the development and implementation of the QEP HSE Management System, interpreting and communicating policy and regulatory requirements and identifying and sharing lessons learned across QEP Resources, Inc.


Responsibilities:
  • Standards and procedure development per the QEP HSE Management System.
  • Uses project planning tools to manage implementation of corporate-wide projects (HSE Management System, Chemical Management System, Incident Management System, Behavior Based Safety System, etc.)
  • Respond to division HSE, supervisory and employee inquiries regarding company/division policies, procedures and program.
  • Prepares training materials relevant to assigned HSEMS standards, and projects.
  • Facilitates implementation of HSE policies and procedures in compliance with all applicable local, state, and federal rules and regulations.
  • Facilitates internal HSE audits as defined by the QEP HSE Management System.
  • Reviews incident reports. Consults with appropriate division HSE and operations staff to complete final reports for management review as required by company policy or regulatory agencies.
  • Acts as technical resource for health/safety; supporting regulatory affairs and communicating changes through HSE organization.
  • Represents the organization in national and industry health/safety organizations and networking groups.
  • Assist with Corporate and Division goal setting.

Requirements:
  • Computer Skills: Elevated computer software skills (Microsoft Office Suite).
  • Business Knowledge: Upstream/Midstream experience. Knowledge of HSE Management Systems. Developed understanding of business drivers for Health / Safety performance.
  • Problem Solving: Self-directed or takes initiative. Manage multiple tasks and solve with repeatable results.
  • Communication Skills: Ability to effectively communicate with all levels of the organization, prepare and make presentations to operation’s personnel, business unit leadership and HSE staff.
  • Organizational Skills: Ability to influence others; adhere to a “teach-them-to-fish” philosophy.

Qualifications:
  • B.S. degree in a safety/health related field and a minimum of 12 years’ experience in HSE, 5 in a business unit/corporate staff role. Eligibility for accredited HSE certifications required (BCSP, NREP, etc.)
  • Has documented, relevant industry experience in development and implementation of HSE management systems at the corporate level and implementation of HSE management systems in the operations environment.
  • Experience interpreting internal and external standards and regulations, applying them to U. S. operations.
  • Ability to communicate (written and verbal) effectively before with all levels of internal and external stakeholders.
  • Experience with auditing of HSE related programs and procedures including Process Safety Management.
  • Ability to identify operational H/S improvement opprtunities; identify probable solutions, garner operational support and facilitate implementation.
  • Broad based understanding of the occupational health and safety discipline, including OSHA regulations, incident management/response, investigation/analysis process, behavior safety process, Process Safety Management and training issues applicable to the U.S. oil and gas operations.
  • Experience in project planning and facilitation.
  • Knowledge of word processing software; presentation software; spreadsheet software; payroll systems; internet software, and MS Outlook.



Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE


Posted 7/31/2014

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Administrative Assistant - HSE Rockies
Anadarko Petroleum

Position Summary:

Located in Denver, CO, this position provides administrative support to the Environmental, Health and Safety team.


Responsibilities:
  • Facilitates seamless operation of administrative processes in assigned departments
  • Maintains calendar of appointments, meetings, conferences and other internal and external events
  • Completes reservations and other travel arrangements for senior staff
  • Maintains relationships with other departments and administrative assistants
  • Designs and generates reports, presentations and miscellaneous correspondence according to pre-existing guidelines
  • Maintains internal document records and conducts data entry when required
  • Schedules, coordinates, and supports meetings
  • Manages catering needs for department meetings
  • Maintains calendar and critical document organization in SharePoint 2010 setting
  • Acts as scribe for interdisciplinary project team meetings
  • Assists in preparation of management system documents
  • Performs typical administrative assistant duties such as typing, copying, filing, scanning, faxing, managing office supplies, etc.

Requirements:
  • A minimum of 3 years of experience as an administrative assistant preferred
  • Must be proficient in MS Office Suite, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint programs; some GIS background would be preferred
  • Must be proficient in the use of Microsoft SharePoint 2010 software
  • Excellent organization, verbal and written communication skills are required
  • Experience in coordinating travel arrangements, catering needs, office supplies, general administrative office duties

Qualifications:

Minimum High School Diploma or GED required, 2-year college associates degree preferred



Relocation
This position is not eligible for domestic relocation

Travel Requirements
The percentage of travel required for this position is less than 5-10%

Work Schedule
This position is eligible for the 9/80 work schedule


Contact Info for Applicants:

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Posted 7/31/2014

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Reservoir Engineer III
Noble Energy

Position Summary:

Provides reserves estimates and formation evaluation for new wells, existing wells, and projects. Provides economic analysis to the business unit for projects, planning, and well justifications. Provides reservoir engineering support to technical staff and business unit. Monitors oil and gas reserves and production on a continual basis with a special emphasis during the mid-year and year-end reporting process. Conducts reserve studies to define future development opportunities and reservoir potential. Recommends exploration and production opportunities through the evaluation of risk considerations and economics aspects of company and outside operated properties.

Forecasts future product sales and revenues related to reserve fields. Provides reserve estimates of company reserves of projects. Conducts economic evaluations on both a risked and unrisked basis for prospects, acquisitions and dispositions. Maintains sales forecasts and books reserves for producing fields within business unit. Responsible for maintaining required safety training and compliance Knowledgeable in pressure transient analysis and fluid flow in reservoirs. Knowledgeable in PVT analysis of reservoir fluids.


Responsibilities:
  • Under general supervision, performs all aspects of work applying new information and concepts.
  • Assists in developing recommendations for more difficult and complex issues.
  • Evaluates company reserves and resources using PRMS (petroleum resource management system) categorization.
  • Generates and maintains updated project economics.
  • Is responsible for the pre-drill and post-drill economic evaluation of properties and wells.
  • Develops and maintains appropriate reservoir evaluation work for individual wells and full field analysis.

Requirements:

see above


Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s degree in Petroleum Engineering or related discipline
  • Typically requires 5 years of related experience.



Contact Info for Applicants:

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Posted 7/31/2014

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Reserves Manager
Bill Barrett Corporation

Position Summary:

Under the general direction, oversee companywide reserves reporting and the evaluation process in a way that provides accurate, timely information to key stakeholders and is in compliance with all applicable federal and state requirements.


Responsibilities:
  •  Manage a team identifying, evaluating and developing oilfield reserves in assigned fields
  • Coordinate and supervise reserve studies and reports produced internally or externally
  • Work closely with internal exploitation teams to understand and communicate development projects and opportunities to third party reserve analysts
  • Manage third party (external) reserves analysis process
  • Coordinate development of the development and exploration budgets
  • As required, prepare materials and participate in the Board of Director reserve committee
  • Oversee budget and financial analyses to ensure high quality technical work and accuracy
  • Manage the Company’s goal tracking scorecard
  • Work closely with accounting for monthly/yearly accruals
  • Work closely with Business Development group on potential acquisitions
  • On “closed” acquisition ensure a smooth transition of the reserve database from Business Development to the Reserve group

Requirements:

Business Focus

  • Direction Setting: clearly defines, prioritizes and communicates direction for the department
  • Financial Acumen: understands and communicates how reserve changes/reports impact business results

People Focus

  • Communications: effectively communicates critical information clearly and concisely
  • Resource Planning: accurately projects current and future resource needs
  • Performance Management: sets goals, priorities and deadlines, and holds self and others accountable
  • Develops self and others: motivates people to learn/contribute their best; coaches direct reports to improve performance
  • Relationship Building: builds rapport quickly with operations and company management

Results Focus

  • Innovation/Improvement: finds more effective ways of doing work
  • Decision Making: brainstorms different options and alternatives before making decisions; demonstrates sound judgment

Key Performance Situations

  • Manages third party reserves reserve analysts – frequent meetings, explanations, answer questions – in order to ensure the best results for company
  • Present and explain results to senior management
  • Analyze and present implication of changes to the work plan on overall company reserve data
  • Review and critique technical reports from internal and external sources
  • Meet with prospective sellers of assets and review data room information
  • Work closely with reservoir engineers and geologists to evaluate data

Qualifications:

Knowledge & Skills:

  • Specialized knowledge in reserves and acquisitions
  • Demonstrated understanding of the technical, operational and commercial aspects of the business
  • Prior experience managing oil and gas assets, exempt and non-exempt employees
  • Demonstrated experience working with key vendors and contractors
  • Knowledge of SEC and NI51-101 reserve guidelines
  • Excel, Access, and,  Aries

Education:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Petroleum or Chemical Engineering
  • M.S. or MBA preferred

Experience:

  • 10+ years’ experience in oil and gas engineering and/or geoscience
  • Minimum 5 years working in reserves process



Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE


Posted 7/31/2014

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Chemical Process Operator II
Pioneer Energy Inc.

Position Summary:

Pioneer Energy is currently seeking a first-shift Chemical Process Operator II in the Rocky Mountain Region for a long-term position. Responsible for the operation of small, mobile gas processing skids during an 8-hour standard shift, to ensure maximum production quantity and quality, while maintaining the highest safety standards. Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned. 

  • Monitors and controls system operations.
  • Constantly reviews the operation of the plant to monitor production and quality, anticipating and reporting problems in a timely manner, and identifying opportunities for improvement. 
  • Participates in projects that improve efficiency and/or reduce operating costs.
  • Maintains adequate records of key production variables such as production volume, yield, plant uptime, utility consumption, etc., on a daily, weekly, and/or monthly basis, as required.
  • Participates in field equipment maintenance and servicing dispatch.
  • Communicates directly with the maintenance department to coordinate maintenance and repair work on process equipment.
  • Performs preventive maintenance activities as required.
  • Assists maintenance technicians in performing maintenance and repairs. ○ Assists with diagnosing and troubleshooting maintenance related issues.

Responsibilities:

The operator’s primary responsibility will be operating mobile gas processing skids. Both local and remote control rooms will allow the operator access to single or multiple field-deployed process units.

  • By utilizing a human-machine interface (HMI), the operator will successfully complete routine startup and shutdown sequences as needed.
  • Non-routine emergency shutdowns will also be the responsibility of the operator. Familiarity with the process, process requirements, and process safety are first and foremost. The operator will play a key role in communicating diagnostic information to service technicians to ensure they can complete their service calls to field equipment.
  • While automated control is the norm, the operator should be comfortable with manual and override control to maintain the process within temperature, pressure, level, composition, and safety constraints.
  • Given the high-level process responsibilities, this position is for a Class A operator, rather than a Class B equipment operator.

Intermittent Responsibilities:

  • With the assistance of service technicians, the operator will be responsible for drawing periodic samples of the process fluid for quality control purposes. The operator will also be responsible for reporting this information to the quality assurance team lead.

Requirements:
  • A minimum 2 years’ experience in the oil & gas or chemical process industry
  • A working knowledge of common chemical process equipment is a must, including sensors, instrumentation, network communications, pumps, valves, compressors, piping, condensers, motors, filters, heat exchangers, scrubbers, dryers, and generators.
  • The ability to apply technical knowledge into practical troubleshooting scenarios is very desirable. The ideal candidate will be able to detect and respond to potential hazards and/or emergency situations encountered in daily operations.
  • Education HS diploma or GED, certificates or associate’s degree a plus. BS degree and/or background in chemistry or mathematics preferable.
  • A willingness to be an equal collaborator on a strong team will integrate well with our company culture. Our teams are comprised of self-starters with a strong work ethic which makes for a highly productive, relaxed atmosphere. All team members have a voice in the decision-making process. Versatility and strong interpersonal skills play key roles in our organization.

Qualifications:

Desired Qualifications

  • Previous experience in a plant control room is very desirable
  • Previous experience with field service equipment is also helpful
  • Basic math skills and the ability to work with spreadsheets is desired
  • Ability to read and follow technical documents such as safety procedures, standard operating procedures, maintenance instructions, product manuals, process flow diagrams, process & instrumentation diagrams, electrical diagrams, wiring diagrams, engineering diagrams and software flow diagrams will accelerate familiarity with our technology platform.


  • Job Location: United States, primarily based in and around Lakewood, CO,with regular work at a field site in Arvada, CO . Travel in the region between Texas and North Dakota will be intermittent beginning in the next six months.
  • Working Conditions: Initially, the operator will work out of a local control room at our quality assurance facility and receive onsite training. After training is complete, the operator may assist in a remote field installation, likely in Texas or North Dakota. Once installation is complete, work schedule may include shift work on nights and weekends.
  • Work Environment: Indoor and outdoor environments in inclement weather. Must be comfortable walking on ladders and scaffolding with handrails. When on-site, personal protective equipment is a must at all times, including hearing protection, eye protection, hard hat, safety shoes, and flame-resistant clothing.

Contact Info for Applicants:

Applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to:lseib@pioneerenergy.com


Posted 7/31/2014

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