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Revenue Accountant
Escalera Resources

Position Summary:

The Revenue Accountant records all revenue from the sale of gas production by the Company and prepares all required internal and external revenue reports. Responsible for completing a variety of high complexity assignments involving advanced technical knowledge of accountin principles and production/revenue practices in the industry.


Responsibilities:
  • Input of non-operated revenue into BOLO;
  • Work with third party marketers to report and input operated revenue;
  • Participate in monthly review processing, including processing of royalty checks;
  • Handling of owner inquiries;
  • Coordinate DOI changes with the Land Department;
  • Track non-operated gas imbalances;
  • Prepare and review monthly Wyoming severance and conservation taxes;
  • Prepare supporting revenue documentation required for internal and external auditors;
  • Prepare account reconciliations and journal entries;
  • Oversee the production tax process;
  • Special projects including but not limited to: Sarbanes Oxley (SOX) testing, state & federal audits, and revenue suspense cleanup;
  • File revenue reports;
  • Track revenue received to verify all purchaser payments are received timely and that such purchaser payments agree to the company's metered volumes;
  • Follow safe operating practices and ensure compliance with BCEI Environment, Safety & Regulatory requirements;
  • Perform all other duties as assigned.

Requirements:
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills;
  • Experienced BOLO user;
  • Intermediate with Microsoft Office Suite;
  • Intermediate Excel user;
  • Strong attention to detail and critical thinker;
  • Advanced interpersonal skills and ability to work well in a team setting;
  • Ability to perform tasks following an organized and systematic method;
  • Strong work ethic, and high level of integrity.

Qualifications:
  • Minimum requirement of a bachelor's degree in Accounting of Finance strongly preferred with a business related degree considered;
  • Minimum 3-5 years' Revenue Accounting experience;
  • Oil & gas industry experience required.


  • There are no initial supervisory responsibilities related to this position.
  • Overtime hours may be required around quarter close.
  • Some travel may be required on an as-needed basis.

Contact Info for Applicants:

Submit your Resume HERE


Posted 10/21/2014

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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, 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
  • Previous experience with workover rigs, wireline, fracking and snubbing units preferred
  • Demonstrated leader with excellent managment, 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:

Send your Resume HERE


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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 othe 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 area 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 Parson/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:

Send your resume HERE


Posted 10/21/2014

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Senior Mechanical Engineer
IPS Engineering

Position Summary:

The qualified candidate will be responsible for providing mechanical engineering expertise to support oil and gas pipeline and gathering facility design/build projects in the Rocky Mountain region. The Senior Mechanical Engineer will work closely with engineers of other disciplines based in Denver, at the headquarters in Tulsa, OK and with client personnel to support detailed engineering, design and construction projects executed out of the Denver office. This position will report to the Denver Chief Engineer.


Responsibilities:
  • Serve as Lead Engineer on engineering design projects for oil and gas pipelines and associated gathering facilities in the Rocky Mountain region.
  • Oversee and contribute to the preparation of detailed engineering mechanical design packages including Issued for Construction Piping and Instrumentation Drawing sets, 3-dimensional equipment layout drawings, and Bill of Materials for complex pipelines, compressor stations, liquid and gas separation and storage systems, mid-stream processing plant upgrades and tie-ins, and metering facilities in accordance with industry codes such as, but not limited to, ASME B31.3, B31.8 and DOT CFR 49 sections 192 and 195.
  • Specify high pressure mechanical equipment used in the production and transportation of oil and gas, such as compressors, pumps, valves, tanks, vessels, separators, piping, etc.
  • Manage the work, budget, and schedule for the mechanical engineering components of projects.
  • Prepare Installed Capital Cost estimates.
  • Provide technical oversight of requisitioning and procurement of applicable equipment packages, and commissioning of systems and equipment.
  • Evaluate vendor’s documentation, drawings, and technical quotations and bids, and provide recommendations to support the project.
  • Participate in design reviews, risk/hazard assessments, and modeling sessions for the project.
  • Provide technical leadership to junior level engineers.
  • Support Business Development efforts to maintain customer satisfaction for existing clients and to attract new customers.

Requirements:
  • Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering required.
  • Professional Engineer License preferred Minimum of 5-10 years of relevant oil and gas experience.
  • Demonstrated experience with detailed design.
  • Familiarity with pipeline codes and standards of practice.
  • Must be able to clearly communicate with other team members and client personnel and be able to write clearly and concisely to prepare reports, specifications and other correspondence.
  • Good conflict resolution and interpersonal skills. Skilled with Microsoft Excel, Word and Office.
  • Must pass an initial non-DOT Drug Test and random testing thereafter.
  • Must pass background check.

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

Submit Cover Letter and Resume HERE


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Lead Divisional Engineer - Cement
CalFrac

Position Summary:

Lead Divisional Engineer - Cement


Responsibilities:
  • Provide effective communication with management regarding continuous improvement initiatives
  • Able to participate in the development of policies and procedures to meet service requirements
  • Ensure that Calfrac best practices are followed
  • Work with all operations groups, i.e. Sales & Marketing, Engineering, Human Resources, etc. to smooth business operations
  • Manage assignments to meet customer requirements to achieve corporate mandate of “Service First”
  • Ensure adherence to operational policies, procedures to achieve safety objectives
  • Provide leadership/mentorship and direction to members Technical Services department to meet the Corporate Code of Business ethics
  • Provide technical support to Calfrac’s key clients
  • Represent Calfrac at client meetings and be available to client customers
  • Prepare client specific reports and/or presentations
  • Assist in bid preparation (Support and training of Technical Programmers)
  • Administrate all other Calfrac technical representatives working with the client
  • Function as cementing advisory for the US organization as a recognized authority
  • Direct all cement testing at the USTTC (Service Work & Research and Development)
  • Assist in the procurement of all cementing products
  • Support all the Technical Services personnel working in the US districts
  • Understand cement system technology and make recommendations to improve existing work, processes and procedures
  • Act as a go-between for Calgary and US groups (Engineering and Lab)
  • Travel to the field for on-site technical support when required
  • Identify and document product performance (positives & negatives)
  • Participate in customer based meetings, performance reviews, root cause and failure analysis

Requirements:
  • A highly energetic, self-starter with the ability to work in a fast paced environment that is deadline driven; more importantly is centered on providing quality information
  • Excellent interpersonal, relationship-building, and verbal and written communication skills. Must be able to interact effectively and work comfortably with field, branch, head office staff and senior management
  • Strong leadership, mentoring and delegation skills
  • Comfortable in a time-sensitive, project driven, team based environment
  • Ability to challenge assumptions backed by a strong business acumen and strong interpersonal skills
  • Excellent communication skills with a customer service orientation and an ability to work well with all levels of the organization
  • Ability to handle multiple projects and priorities with a high attention to detail
  • Able to thrive in a rapidly changing environment
  • Team player with the ability to conduct work with utmost confidentiality and professionalism
  • Works and inspires others to work at high performance levels
  • Comfortable with the creation of business process and improvement initiatives
  • Comfortable with business analysis, change management, and project management, with the ability to identify/define gaps, risks and requirements and produce supporting documentation
  • Ability to generate reports with a high attention to detail
  • Strong working knowledge of Excel, Word and PowerPoint is essential

Qualifications:
  • B.Sc. Engineering
  • 5+ years of cementing experience



Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE


Posted 10/20/2014

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Business Intelligence Developer
DCP Midstream

Position Summary:

The Programmer Analyst role is responsible for designing, deploying, and supporting data products so that Execution teams meet established PM execution goals and objectives. Primary support for BI reporting needs. Key liaison for IT teams to interpret business needs.


Responsibilities:
  • Design and deliver Data Products and SSAS Cube. Ensures products support or link to Project Financial Controls goals and objectives.
  • Manage relationships and process/data interdependencies with all DCP teams; identifies and completes Project Deliverables as defined.
  • Key focus is on release management and change management across support, enhancement and new development activities. Liaison to IT and Application teams to ensure alignment with IT processes.
  • Support development and production of Reporting products as defined. Understand relationship between Project Management products and Enterprise products/processes and provide input to Roadmap/Objectives accordingly.
  • Lead SME, Architect, Design (sometime develop) for Data Products and SharePoint User Interface. Quality control over developers and products.
  • Support process and application defects or open issues by providing requirements, testing, Guided UAT scripts; UAT sign-off; Adoption Key Messaging Content. Manage hand-off to Support teams as appropriate.
  • Participation in requirements analysis and developing solutions for all tiers of the SharePoint/Project Server application such as user interface, middle-tier business components, database layer, etc.
  • Support new development project deliverables as defined by Project Team.
  • Design and implement Dashboards with operational data primarily in the form of metrics and KPIs
  • Backfill for Application Administrator in support and maintenance of all tools.
  • Develop, maintain and deliver technical documentation
  • Help identify data sources required to meet business needs.
  • Assess data quality.
  • Troubleshoot and analyze data from its source to its presentation.

Requirements:
  • Seeking creative, self-motivated people who thrive in a collaborative environment.
  • 3+ year's work experience in related role
  • 3+ years experience in MS SQL Programming/queries.
  • 3+ years experience in entire Microsoft BI Stack
  • SSRS
  • SSAS
  • SSIS/ETL
  • Excel Services
  • Power Pivot
  • PerformancePoint
  • Visual Studio
  • InfoPath
  • 3+ years experience in Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010, SharePoint Designer 2010, Project Server 2010, MS Office 2010.
  • Web parts
  • Workflows
  • Event Receivers
  • Content Types

Qualifications:
  • Proficient in approaches, procedures and tools to troubleshoot and address data quality and consistency issues.
  • Strong problem-solving, analytic, conceptual and critical thinking skills.
  • Ability to learn about and understand key business aspects of the data and information we work with, then interpret those into technical requirements.
  • Effective listening and oral/written communication skills, including ability to provide essential information to stakeholders.
  • Strong organizational, planning, and time management skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills.
  • Self-motivated and people-oriented.
  • Ability to multi-task and self-prioritize workloads.
  • Ability to learn and work with multiple applications and technologies.
  • Ability to develop and implement Best Practices and Standards.



Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE


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Staff Landman II
Bonanza Creek

Position Summary:

Under general review, the Staff Landman II handles land assignments of broad scope and moderate difficulty. This position provides research and analytical support to land staff and company personnel. This level is viewed as a qualified, generally competent Landman professional. Able to carry out most land projects independently.


Responsibilities:
  • Performs standard planning and regulatory interactions including spacing and permitting.
  • Assists in title, negotiation, contracts and curative issues as necessary.
  • Performs title curative and transmittal for revenue and joint billing decks.
  • Prepares, delivers and tracks well proposals, standard form joint operating agreements and engineered driven AFEs.
  • Verifies technical support requirements are complete and timely.
  • Resolves questions, requests, and issues and confirms working interest ownership rights including payouts and other obligations.
  • Researches, analyzes, briefs and generates various curative land contracts, legal instruments and State/Federal forms required for government regulatory compliance.
  • Assists and performs due diligence required for acquisition and divestiture efforts.
  • Reviews and approves rentals, minimum royalties, expirations and other lease obligations.
  • Prepares accurate event notifications toward proper work flow and process completion.
  • Interacts with working interest owners towards timely resolution of questions and disputes and owner participation.
  • Reviews and approves standard title for drilling. Assists with approval of title containing complicated SOR’s, unleased minerals and statutory pooling requirements.
  • Undergo continuing education classes relating to oil and gas as a means of advancing current knowledge base and keeping up with industry changes
  • Participation in Industry Organizations is encouraged

Requirements:
  • Bachelor’s degree in Business, PLM Energy Management, JD or related field; or expected equivalent in experience required at a minimum
  • Typically requires at least 3-7 years of Landman experience in a fast-paced, multi-demand office with the ability to multi-task while ensuring accuracy and quality standards are met (or 10+ years of equivalent related oil and gas experience in lieu of a degree)
  • Certified Professional Landman Certification preferred

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE


Posted 10/16/2014

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Operations Landman II
Bonanza Creek

Position Summary:

Under general review, the Operations Landman II handles routine land assignments of standard scope and complexity. This position assists with acquisition, development, maintenance and divestiture of company’s position regarding land (mineral, leasehold and surface) needs.


Responsibilities:
  • Assesses standard surface reconnaissance, location siting, location assessments (identifying additional permits, ROW, SUA, etc.) and other planning/permitting needs through project execution.
  • Initiates negotiations, contracts, agreements, and performs underlying tasks, and procedures.
  • Negotiates with surface and mineral owners, regulatory agencies, and internal and external stakeholders
  • Oversees the workflow related to the permit preparation and submittal.
  • Assists in developing recommendations regarding complex land issues.
  • Negotiates and prepares standard contracts for exploration and development.
  • Supervises lease brokers to acquire leasehold interests, rights of way and other contracts.
  • Represents stakeholders in governmental agency proceedings.
  • Performs due diligence required for acquisition or divestment
  • Establishes, cultivates, and maintains relationships with industry competitors and regulatory agencies.
  • Undergo continuing education classes relating to oil and gas as a means of advancing current knowledge base and keeping up with industry changes
  • Participation in Industry Organizations is encouraged

Requirements:
  • Bachelor’s degree in Business, PLM Energy Management, JD or related field; or expected equivalent in experience required at a minimum
  • Typically requires at least 3-7 years of Landman experience in a fast-paced, multi-demand office with the ability to multi-task while ensuring accuracy and quality standards are met (or 10+ years of equivalent related oil and gas experience in lieu of a degree)
  • Certified Professional Landman Certification preferred

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE


Posted 10/16/2014

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Land Technician II
Bonanza Creek

Position Summary:

This position assists the Landman in the preparation of correspondence and contracts, check requests, Oil & Gas Leases, Assignments, Rights of Way, Joint Operating Agreements and other associated contracts.


Responsibilities:
  • Loads, enters, verifies, manipulates, analyzes and reports data related to land activities
  • Processes rental, minimum royalty, expiration and other lease obligations
  • Maintains files relating to land department functions
  • With supervision, prepares and submits well proposal packages and tracks partner elections
  • Reviews and approves lease record packages for transmittal to Lease Records
  • Reviews invoices, codes to appropriate AFE, can approve with $0 DOA and circulates for approvals
  • Reviews and approves drafts for new lease purchases and performs or confirms recording
  • Prepares and submits well proposal packages and tracks partner elections
  • Prepares standard form contracts and non-standard contracts with supervision for execution and processing.
  • With supervision, performs title, lease and contract review, analysis, reporting and tracking for review.
  • With supervision, performs regulatory interactions including spacing and permitting for review.
  • With supervision, performs lease maintenance, title curative and title transmittal to Division Orders for review.
  • Researches and corresponds to inquiries regarding invoicing errors, broker billings, etc.
  • Strong understanding and ability to research working interest and net revenue interests
  • Strong understanding and interaction with property administration
  • Assist other land department personnel as needed
  • Ability to perform some Landman tasks independently

Requirements:
  • High School Diploma or equivalency certificate required.
  • Bachelor degree in Business Administration, or related area preferred.
  • Typically requires at least 3 years of experience in a land department
  • Must demonstrate suitable capability for relationship building, including interaction with land, drilling and production operations staff, state and federal agencies, mineral and land owners
  • Good interpersonal and written communication, organization, consultative, recordkeeping, analytical and problem solving skills • Proficient in: Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint)

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE


Posted 10/16/2014

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Senior Drilling Engineer
PDC Energy

Position Summary:

The Sr. Drilling Engineer will oversee and develop drilling projects to meet production goals in an efficient and cost saving manner. Collaborate with the Director Drilling on an as needed basis and existing asset groups and land department on development projects in existing new areas.


Responsibilities:
  • Develop, implement and maintain drilling programs to ensure job quality, safety, and cost;
  • Implement strategies to improve current drilling plans to continually refine drilling operations to contain costs;
  • Responsible for managing correct procedures and maintaining a high degree of safety during drilling;
  • Recommends and applies new technology in drilling and completions;
  • Analyze and make recommendations for drilling problems;
  • Maintain effective drilling plans by evaluating current programs;
  • Directly monitor department activities at field locations during critical periods;
  • Achieve production objectives by contributing and making recommendations to strategic plans involving drilling;
  • Maintain a safe work environment by following and enforcing standards and procedures;
  • Ensure department activities are in compliance with PDC policies and government regulations;
  • Perform and assume other duties and responsibilities as may be required at the direction of the Director Drilling

Requirements:
  • Ability to self-motivate and lead a team;
  • Broad knowledge of and working experience in drilling and well completions work;
  • Familiarity with the Appalachian and Rocky Mountain basin and Marcellus Shale;
  • Strong organizational ability;
  • Ability to prioritize multiple tasks;
  • Good written and verbal communication skills;
  • Effective problem solving and critical thinking skills.

Qualifications:
  • Minimum 8 + years of experience in drilling & completions with an Oil & Gas company;
  • Minimum requirement of bachelor’s degree in Petroleum Engineering preferred; Mechanical/Chemical Engineering degree may be considered.



Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE


Posted 10/15/2015

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Senior Reservoir Engineer (Corporate Reserves)
The Dahill Group

Position Summary:

This position as Senior Reservoir Engineer in the Corporate Engineering Group, offers an unique opportunity with a company that has been in business for over 75 years and has a longstanding, principled approach to doing business. The position is ideal for a highly motivated individual who is looking for a opportunity with a Colorado Based E&P company focused on exciting new resource plays in North America. This position operates under limited review while handling assignments of a broad scope and moderate difficulty. The key responsibility for this position is to provide Reservoir Engineering support for the corporate reserves process as it relates to the reporting of SEC reserves. Additional involvement in processes may include assistance in technical evaluations and support of other Corporate Engineering special projects.


Responsibilities:
  • Work interactively with corporate and regional personnel to insure consistency and completeness of reserves and resource assessments in accordance with SEC and PRMS rules and regulations
  • Assist in the review & analysis of financial data including but not limited to capital, operating costs, taxes, and production data in support of Company s economic evaluations
  • Assist in the preparation & review of Reserve Engineering documentation in support of the Bank Group and external financing agencies
  • Assist in the preparation and review of data in support of the annual EIA report Interact with and provide supporting documentation to external technical auditors Interact with and provide supporting documentation to both internal and external financial auditors
  • Conduct technical studies in support of the regional asset teams and assist with project review & workflow development as needed which may include but not limited to decline curve analysis, rate transient analysis, volumetrics & material balance, and incorporation of PVT data.

Requirements:
  • Experience in reserve classification and preparation of reserve estimates for SEC reporting
  • Knowledge of Aries or other economic evaluation software programs Knowledge of Data Visualization tools such as Spotfire, a plus
  • Knowledge of unconventional reservoirs, a plus
  • Basic understanding of engineering economic evaluations
  • Strong analytical, numeric and problem solving skills
  • Experience with industry/company software including: Wellview, AVM & Data Cube training is a plus. Working knowledge and practical application of volumetric calculations, decline curve reserve determinations, appropriate analogue techniques and material balance assessments
  • Experience with conventional oil and gas reservoirs and unconventional resource plays.
  • Secondary recovery, horizontal development and EOR experience is a plus

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE


Posted 10/15/2015

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Experienced Field Operator - Stimulation
Baker Hughes

Position Summary:

Baker Hughes Incorporated has an opening for an Experienced Field Operator in Brighton, CO. You will maintain effective relationships with both internal and external customers, along with safely operating, maintaining, and performing minor repairs on equipment. Perform various duties associated with tools and equipment for Pumping Services, to include driving company vehicles to and from the job site.


Responsibilities:
  • Operates company vehicle daily, between each district/off-site location to deliver product, services, tools and equipment.
  • Loads/unloads vehicles as required to maintain schedule
  • Participates in rigging up Pressure Pumping equipment on location, to include connecting hoses, high pressure irons, etc. to equipment and to the customer wellhead
  • Maintain compliance with Progression books and inspection reports to program requirements
  • Maintain required log and comply with DOT standards
  • Completes pre/post trip inspections, plus fuels and services units
  • Maintain effective relationships
  • Safely operate, maintain and perform minor repairs on equipment
  • Must understand and carry out routine written/verbal instructions
  • Must follow all PPE requirements
  • Other duties as assigned

Requirements:
  • Minimum of 3 years of experience in stimulation or frac
  • Must currently have a Class A CDL preferably with HazMat and Tanker endorsements (candidates responsibility).
  • Must be able to work a flexible schedule
  • Must have telephone or pager and ability to be on-call 24 hours
  • Must have reliable transportation to and from work
  • Pass BHI and DOT drug screen
  • High school diploma or equivalent

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE


Posted 10/7/2014

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Manager - Division Orders
QEP Resources

Position Summary:

Manages, directs and coordinates the activities and related efforts of the Division Order department, which includes supervising division order analysts and technicians. Position reports to Division Manager Title and Lease.


Responsibilities:
  • Responsible for providing leadership and advisory/technical support to division order analysts and techs.
  • Manages, trains and mentors division order personnel on the proper procedures and guidelines for the maintenance of accurate interest owner records.
  • Promotes and maintains good communications with working interest owners, operators and royalty owners; builds interpersonal business relationships with other QEP employees.
  • Determines working interests and burdens associated with interests based on title analysis of deeds, assignments, purchase & sale agreements, probate documents, leases and royalty agreements and pooling declarations.
  • Analyzes title opinions, assignments, deeds, estate documents, leases, and contracts and maintains appropriate division order files.
  • Working knowledge of Federal and State regulatory and statutory rules affecting the Division Order Process.
  • Communicates with landmen to determine title status upon completion of a new well, whether operated or non-operated. Monitors title curative duties retained by landmen and those delegated to Division Order department. Ensures appropriate actions are taken to cure title or waive defects assigned to DO section.
  • Identifies revenue and JIB interest discrepancies, delegating resolution.
  • Assists in identifying land/lease management system needs, evaluating vendors and solutions, and in integrating the systems with the organization’s operations.
  • Assists with special projects as required.
  • Performs other duties assigned.

Requirements:
  • 7 plus years of experience in Division Orders/Land.
  • Significant background in title analysis.
  • Highly proficient computer skills and ability to learn and utilize multiple software programs.
  • Must be proficient in MS Word and Outlook, and have ability to create and use MS Excel spreadsheets.

Qualifications:
  • Bachelor's degree in Petroleum Management, Business Administration or other business related field preferred.
  • Excellent time management, organizational and communications skills.
  • Detail oriented and ability to perform duties with a high level of accuracy.
  • Motivated self-starter with the ability to work independent of direct supervision.
  • Strong verbal and written language skills for the clear communication of information and ideas.
  • Team player with the proven ability to interact with people. Ability to function successfully in a team environment.
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality regarding sensitive business matters.



Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE


Posted 10/7/2014

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Sr Measurement Tech - Wattenberg Midstream
Anadarko Petroleum

Position Summary:

This Measurement Technician position is located in Anadarko’s Rockies Region and based in Brighton, Colorado as a member of the Wattenberg Midstream team.


Responsibilities:
  • Collect and document product flows throughout assigned points in pipeline systems
  • Monitor and identify major fluctuations or unusual changes according to management/measurement guidelines
  • Perform measurement calibrations and associated tasks in accordance with industry/APC measurement standards and assist with installation and repairs of measuring equipment
  • Respond to verification requests, collect actual measurement data
  • Assist with composition of reports on measurement changes and adjustments
  • Calibration and maintenance of electronic and dry flow measurement devices
  • Operation and maintenance of a portable gas chromatograph (GC)
  • Installation and troubleshooting of electronic flow data collection systems
  • Schedule, conduct, report and perform GC sampling for measurement settlement tests
  • Perform installations and repairs of natural gas and liquid measurement equipment
  • Order, receive and stock parts associated with metering equipment
  • Perform calculations for flow coefficients, gas volumes and orifice plate sizes
  • Collect and edit electronic volume data
  • Installation and trouble shooting of communication systems
  • Witness product purchase meter calibrations and settlements
  • Troubleshoot complicated issues related to the measurement of oil and gas products and related metering equipment
  • Observe and report all dangerous and damaged conditions pertaining to meters and adjacent area

Requirements:

Education:

  • High School Diploma or equivalent required

Certifications/Licenses:

  • Valid driver’s license with no restrictions that would prohibit driving a company vehicle.

Qualifications:
  • Minimum 5 years relevant experience required
  • Experience in the use of computers and a working knowledge of Word and Excel
  • Mechanical aptitude and basic understanding of instruments, control, and electrical systems
  • Possess basic understanding of the use, monitoring and repair of various meters used in measuring the flow of natural gas and crude oil products is preferred
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills
  • Ability to work effectively in a team focused environment
  • Ability to respond to call out requests and work irregular hours as needed for maintenance, relief and emergency situations



Contact Info for Applicants:

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Posted 10/7/2014

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Sr Corp Dev Analyst
DCP Midstream

Position Summary:

Analyst, Corporate Development will report to the Vice President, Corporate Development. The individual hired will have a variety of analytical, financial modeling and project management responsibilities associated with mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, joint ventures, and drop downs. The successful candidate will be capable of supporting (and potentially leading) corporate transactions including modeling, due diligence, deal negotiations, drafting, and coordinating the resolution of issues related to book, tax, EHS, title, engineering, operations, commodity exposure, etc.


Responsibilities:
  • Financial modeling, project management and overall support for transactions including mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, JV’s and drop downs.
  • Screen potential transactions that are consistent with DCP Midstream’s metrics and strategy.
  • Conducting short and long-term industry, customer and competitor research in support of DCP’s near-term and long-term strategic plans.
  • Help prepare materials to obtain transaction support from DCP Officers and Board of Directors
  • Travel as required as necessitated by deal work and initiative support.

Requirements:
  • A Bachelor Degree, three (3) years preferably in finance, economics or engineering.
  • A minimum of two (2) - three (3) years of experience in the energy industry, preferably in the midstream industry or two (2) – three (3) years of investment banking experience.
  • Previous exposure to commercial negotiations and deal making, financial modeling and asset valuation, transaction due diligence efforts and asset acquisition activity.
  • Possess quantitative skills
  • Demonstrate their ability to evaluate and understand market opportunities and risks.
  • Leadership and team-building skills.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • The ability to collaborate across a broad spectrum of an organization is another key ingredient.
     

Qualifications:
  • Ability to consult and effectively interact with senior management.
  • Detailed working experience in the midstream segment of the energy industry is a requirement.
  • Masters of Business Administration or other post-graduate degree is desirable but not mandatory.



Contact Info for Applicants:

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Posted 10/7/2014

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Completions Supervisor
PDC Energy

Position Summary:

Responsible for the organization and field supervision of well completion operations in the Rocky Mt. Region.


Responsibilities:
  • Organize and monitor well stimulation activities
  • Design and implement casing and cementing projects on new drills
  • Oversee wireline operations, i.e. perforating, casing cutting, logging
  • Assure compliance with PDC policies and government regulations
  • Oversee and understand open hole liner systems, and cased hole sleeve systems
  • Perform and assume other duties and responsibilities as may be required at the direction of the Lead Supervisor Well Completions.

Requirements:
  • Strong knowledge of stimulation procedures
  • Good understanding of wellbore mechanics
  • Knowledge of downhole tools; and open hole systems
  • Knowledge of workover rig operations
  • Strong computer skills
  • Strong communication skills
  • Strong organizing skills
  • Must possess integrity, be self-starting and have good interpersonal skills.

Qualifications:
  • High School Diploma
  • Minimum of 5 years of oil & gas field experience or combination of field and schooling
  • Valid CO drivers license and acceptable driving record
  • Must pass drug screening prior to employment.



Contact Info for Applicants:

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Posted 10/6/2014

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Gate Guard
Green Energy Solutions

Position Summary:

Green Energy Safety is looking for certified EMTs to fill the position as a gate guard for oil and gas sites.


Responsibilities:
  • 12 hr. day shift / 12 hr. night shift
  • Opens gate to allow entry or exit of employees, truckers, and authorized visitors
  • Records on IPAD or computer all vehicles entering the premises
  • On site ready to assist in the case of an emergency
  • Accident management / mitigation until EMS arrives
  • Watches for irregular or unusual conditions that may create security or safety concerns
  • Provide assistance to customers, employees, and visitors in a courteous and professional manner

Requirements:

see below


Qualifications:
  • EMT Certified
  • Must be at least 18 years old
  • Must have access to reliable transportation
  • Must be able to pass a drug test with negative results
  • Computer skills
  • Professional



Contact Info for Applicants:

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Posted 10/06/2014

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Sr Engineering Technologist - Wattenberg Reserves
Anadarko Petroleum

Position Summary:

This leveraging Reserves Engineering Technologist position will be located in Anadarko’s Rockies Region headquarters in downtown Denver, supporting the Wattenberg Business Unit, Anadarko’s flagship asset having 1 to 1.5 billion barrels of oil equivalent in total resources and on track to drill 365 new horizontal wells in 2014. The successful candidates for this exciting opportunity will be responsible for maintaining the reserves database, data management, data analysis/interpretation, and training and development of junior staff members. The position will interface with members of the Wattenberg Business Unit, other Rockies Region Business Units, Accounting, Midstream, IT, HR as well as other departments.


Responsibilities:
  • Maintain Wattenberg’s ARIES database for SEC reserves consolidation, reporting, and compliance as well as reserves analysis, administration, and metrics.  Responsible for data integrity and quality assurance as well as retrieval, analysis, and interpretation.  
  • Lead group’s efforts in reserves planning, management, case creation, categorization, classification, vintaging, and conversion efficiency.
  • Create and maintain maps using common mapping software (ArcGIS, etc.) to depict the location of wells in various drilling campaigns and reserve categories.
  • Understand APC production and accounting reports in order to quantify production, capital, lease operating expense, processing cost, BTU adjustment, shrink, and yield assumptions for planning and economic evaluation purposes.   
  • Perform various Reserves reporting responsibilities, including:
  1.         Monitoring, tracking, reporting, and trouble-shooting Reserve metrics to senior management
  2.         Preparing and presenting quarterly reserves summary to Wattenberg and Rockies Region senior management
  3.         Maintaining documentation and reporting quarterly and year-end changes in proved, probable, and possible reserves to Wattenberg Management and the Corporate Reserves Group
  4.         Preparing and submitting quarterly SEC Reserves Management Summary to the Woodlands-based Corporate Reserves Group
  5.         Support the timely and accurate completion of the quarterly reserves impairment report
  • Coordinate and communicate across disciplines and throughout the Rockies Region, relating lessons learned, interpretations, and best practices.
  • Support special projects having reserves implications.
  • Streamline and automate procedures and practices.  Drive improvements and efficiencies in processes. 
  • Update, maintain and manage the team's various technical databases.  Become the team expert on the use, application, and capabilities of these tools.
  • Actively participate in team meetings and group decisions.
  • Be a role model for highest professional and ethical behavior.
  • Uphold all company environmental, health and safety policies and principles.

Requirements:

Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Science, Mathematics, Statistics, Economics, Meteorology, Computer Science, Information Technology or a closely related field strongly preferred.


Qualifications:
  • A minimum of 8+ years of relevant work experience, preferably 10 years.
  • Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Science, Mathematics, Economics, Statistics, Meteorology, Computer Science, Information Technology, or a closely-related field strongly preferred.
  • Software experience:
  1. ARIES and/or PEEP industry economic evaluation software experience required. 
  2. Robust knowledge of database and spreadsheet applications, including programming experience, using Excel and Access required.   
  3. Experience in mapping applications, such as ArcGIS or other web-based mapping applications, and the ability to depict on a map the well locations of various reserve categories strongly preferred. 
  4. Knowledge of VBA, SQL (Oracle), C# .NET and PL/SQL (Oracle) desired.
  5. Working knowledge of IT applications including Microsoft Office software and database systems desired.
  6. Documented track record of using technology to streamline and enhance processes.
  7. Takes the initiative to maintain and increase technical and working knowledge.
  • Demonstrated ability to learn new applications quickly (ie – petroLook, Spotfire, etc.) 
  • Significant experience with reserves consolidation, close, and reporting processes strongly preferred.
  • Self-starter who is highly-motivated, proactive, and diligent.  Detail-oriented and accurate.  Has a “sixth sense” for knowing something in the database is wrong and the tenacity for identifying and fixing it.  
  • Strong organizational and time-management skills with exemplary work ethic.  Willing to do whatever it takes to not only get the job done, but get the job done right and on time.  Requires minimal supervision.
  • History of opportunity recognition and high aptitude for problem solving.  Identifies, understands, and resolves complex problems through the thorough analysis and interpretation of data.
  • Team player with effective interpersonal skills, having the keen ability to interact effectively with all levels of the organization.  Willing to train, coach, and mentor junior staff members.
  • Well-developed communication and presentation skills.  Can sift through raw data and translate it into useful information for management decision-making.
  • Demonstrates characteristics of Anadarko’s five corporate values - Commercial Focus, Open Communication, People and Passion, Integrity and Trust, and Servant Leadership



Contact Info for Applicants:

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Posted 10/3/2014

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Accounts Payable Lead
NGL Energy Partners LP

Position Summary:

It is the primary responsibility of the AP Lead to ensure accurate and prompt payment of vendor invoices.  Specifically, the AP Lead monitors  work  load to ensure work balance amongst the members of the AP team and provides  hands on assistance as needed to keep work flowing smoothly.  In addition, the AP Lead provides  feedback and guidance to the team.  The AP Lead works  closely with the AP Specialists and the GL team to reconcile and clear old items on the aging and  other clearing accounts, ensuring  all transactions are properly accounted for in a timely manner.


Responsibilities:
  • Serves  as a representative of the company, displaying courtesy, tact, consideration and discretion in all      interactions
  • Contributes  to a positive work environment and participates  in the solution process
  • Enters product and freight invoices into marketing software, matches/ interfaces/enters directly into  accounting software, in a timely manner. Provides  information necessary to complete wires/check run
  • Monitors AP Specialists’ unposted AP invoices to facilitate quick resolution and entry into the system
  • Works with AP Specialists to ensure  balances on AP aging report,  Payables Clearing and Prepaids  are recorded accurately and on a timely basis
  • Works  with AP Specialists to ensure detailed  records are maintained and that  items are cleared off of Prepaids quickly
  • Works  with internal/external vendors  to ensure accuracy of vendor balances
  • Monitors  statement reconciliations to ensure their  occurrence. Utilizes checks and  balances  to ensure all outstanding      liabilities are recorded
  • Prepares  reconciliation of AP sub ledger and  related accounts to GL on a monthly basis
  • Works with Director to ensure strong internal controls are in place and that best practices are being developed and enforced
  • Assists internal/external  customers  with information requests
  • Performs  all above requirements in a safe, thorough and responsible manner

Requirements:
  • Minimum 4 years  experience in Accounting
  • College-level accounting courses preferred, but not required if experience is sufficient

Qualifications:
  • Familiarity with Generally Accepted  Accounting Principles
  • Thorough understanding of accounting cycles
  • Proficient with computer usage especially in spreadsheet software applications
  • Ability to operate calculator ten key and computer key board
  • Must possess the ability to work  independently and multi-task without undue stress
  • Must possess advanced analytical and  problem-solving skills
  • Ability to communicate effectively both  in written and verbal form



Contact Info for Applicants:

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Posted 10/3/2014

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HRIS Lead
QEP Resources

Position Summary:

The Senior HRIS Analyst will be responsible for support and maintenance of the core human resources information system (Ultipro), applicant tracking system (Taleo) and other HR systems in place at QEP Resources.  This person will be responsible for ensuring the integrity and accuracy of HRIS data, compiling information and developing reports from various systems. Serves as the “go-to” resource for the HR team and collaborates with IT to ensure all HR systems are functioning properly at all times.  Continually monitors business information needs and assists in designing new or modifying existing systems to meet changing requirements.  Evaluates HR business processes and assists in identifying areas for improvement. The successful candidate will have experience in human resources, exceptional analytical skills, a systems- and process-oriented mindset and strong communication and interpersonal skills.  This individual will be based in Denver and will report to the Manager, Compensation & HR Systems.  Salary will reflect market rates based on QEP Resources’ Compensation Plan.


Responsibilities:
  • Serve as superuser/system expert; understand and communicate new and existing system functionality; review release notes and communicate appropriately; provide user training and documentation.
  • Design and produce reports and ad-hoc queries based on business needs.
  • Create and deliver a variety of HR metrics reports for management (e.g. turnover, time to fill, etc.); serves as a key member of a cross-functional team responsible for developing annual and semi-annual workforce analytics presentations for senior management
  • Ensure data integrity in all HR systems.  Perform mass data loads and assist the HR Assistant with data entry as needed.  Perform routine audits for accuracy.
  • Troubleshoot and problem-solve system issues
  • Serve as primary liaison with system vendors (primarily Ultipro and Taleo). Manage and escalate support tickets as needed.
  • Perform application testing for upgrades and patches; assist in preparing test scenarios.
  • Define security roles and approve access to HR systems.
  • Administer system interfaces to third party vendors.    May update or assist in the creation of new interfaces.
  • Provide support for audit requests- and maintains controls and documentation for compliance.

Requirements:

see below


Qualifications:
  • Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution. Degree in Human Resources, Business Administration or related field preferred.
  • A minimum of 5 years of experience in human resources information systems
  • Knowledge of HR processes and terminology
  • Experience with supporting or maintaining one or more of the following modules and/or systems:
  1. Core HR module (Ultipro experience preferred)
  2. Payroll and/or Time Entry (Ultipro experience preferred)
  3. Applicant Tracking (Taleo experience preferred)
  4. Talent Management
  5. Performance Management
  6. Compensation Management
  7. Reporting and Analytics tools such as Cognos, Crystal Reports or Business Objects
  8. Experience with Software as a Service (SaaS) is a plus
  • Prior system implementation experience preferred
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Excellent math, analytical and organizational skills with acute attention to detail
  • Solid problem-solving skills
  • Advanced proficiency in Microsoft Excel
  • Proficiency in other Microsoft Office programs such as PowerPoint, Word, Outlook.
  • Ability to work in a fast paced team environment and handle multiple priorities



Contact Info for Applicants:

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CEO
The Dahill Group

Position Summary:

The Dahill Group has been engaged in a talent acquisition search for an Oil & Gas CEO. The suitable candidate will report directly to the Board of Directors and responsibility will include providing strategic leadership for the company.


Responsibilities:
  • Lead the development of the company s growth plans and strategic programs in partnership with the Board
  • Provide organizational leadership and alignment of team behind strategic and operational goals
  • Develop or enhance policies and procedures of the organization through systems that will improve the overall operation and effectiveness of the business; implement and enforce these policies and procedures
  • Provide strategic financial input and leadership on decision making issues affecting the organization
  • Evaluate and advise on the impact of long range planning, introduction of new programs and strategies
  • Provide timely and accurate analysis of budgets, financial reports and financial trends in order to assist the Board and senior executive in performing their responsibilities
  • Continually improve the budgeting process by involving department managers on financial issues impacting budgets
  • Develop the executive operating team by focusing on enhancing operational resources and capabilities to maintain consistent quality and rapid execution
  • The successful candidate will help grow the business towards a successful exit within three-to-five years

Requirements:

see below


Qualifications:
  • An experienced leader executive with eight to ten years of relevant oil & gas services experience (equipment rental would be a plus)
  • Experience managing organization with revenue of at least $10-$30 million
  • Previous experience with full profit and loss responsibility
  • A strategic visionary with sound technical skills, analytical abilities, good judgment and strong operational focus
  • Business development skills
  • Financial acumen
  • Experience working for private equity groups is preferred
  • Being based out of the greater Denver area is a plus



Contact Info for Applicants:

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Posted 9/30/2014

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Division Order Analyst
Bonanza Creek

Position Summary:

This position will timely and accurately set-up and maintain all division order revenue and JIB decks.


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

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

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

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Land Manager
Bonanza Creek

Position Summary:

The Land Manager provides consultation in all aspects of exploration and production activities. This position oversees the preparation, negotiation, and interpretation of agreements utilized for exploration and acquisition and/or divestment of producing properties, as well as, oversees and coordinates the due diligence required for acquisition or divestment. Establishes, cultivates, and maintains relationships with industry competitors and regulatory agencies.


Responsibilities:
  • Provides guidance in establishing, monitoring and administering all policies and procedures for the assigned region with respect to land associated activities
  • Manages resources and transactions that acquire drilling rights for the company
  • Participates and leads the efforts of the assigned region in assisting the Legal Department with resolution of disputes including, but not limited to, lawsuits, mediation, arbitration, claims and demands
  • Responsible for ensuring all negotiated and finalized contracts meet the landowner’s needs, partner needs and BCEI standards
  • Successfully manages multiple large complex projects simultaneously
  • Manages and coordinates the activities of land personnel associated with ongoing business interactions
  • Maintains leasehold assets and stays abreast of current federal and state land regulations.
  • Provides mentorship, coaching and career building for direct and indirect reports.
  • Manages and leads the negotiations of lease acquisitions, trades, joint venture agreements, joint operating agreements and contracts necessary to meet Regional goals.
  • Provides input regarding formulation and implementation of exploration and development program strategies and business development
  • Coordinates and drafts oil and gas legal instruments for commercial transactions
  • Initiates, develops and oversees strategies that optimize leasehold and prospect portfolio land strategies
  • Handles interactions that arise with various state, county, and municipal governments
  • Keeps current on regulations and industry changes that may impact the company
  • Provides technical guidance and assistance to others in discipline
  • Responsible for both positive FTE growth and, in coordination with Human Resources, disciplinary actions within Company guidelines as necessary
  • Undergo continuing education classes relating to oil and gas as a means of advancing current knowledge base and keeping up with industry changes

Requirements:
  • Bachelor’s degree in Business, PLM Energy Management or related field; or Expected equivalent in experience
  • Certified Professional Landman Certification preferred.
  • Typically requires at least 15+ years Landman experience in a fast-paced, multi-demand office with the ability to multi-task while ensuring accuracy and quality standards are met.
  • Wattenberg/DJ Basin experience is highly preferred
  • Expert knowledge of Leases, Division Orders, pooling, unitization, spacing, oil & gas commission rules, rights-of-way, joint operating agreements, and well trade agreements.
  • Advanced interpersonal and written communication, organization, consultative, recordkeeping, analytical and problem solving skills
  • Expert working knowledge of a wide variety of Land Contracts and associated provisions
  • Advanced capability for relationship building, including interaction with land, accounting, permitting, operations, geology, State and Federal agencies, mineral and surface owners
  • Strong initiative and ability to work independently
  • Proven ability to work with individuals within and outside of the organization with responsibility to act independently
  • Proven advanced negotiation skills
  • Advanced writer of agreements, reports, summaries, and correspondence
  • Has developed beneficial working relationships with landowners, contractors and industry partners
  • Must be willing to participate and make presentations in a team environment
  • Willingness to be fully responsible and accountable for the timely performance of all specified job duties
  • High proficiency in: Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint); State and Federal Oil and Gas Websites (COGCC, Weld County iCris, BLM

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

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Marketing Operations Analyst - Rockies
Anadarko Petroleum

Position Summary:

This position is located in Anadarko's Rockies Region as a member of the Marketing Rockies Gas Ops Downstream team managing nominations and gas supplies of equity production and third party purchased gas.


Responsibilities:
  • Manage nominations and gas supplies of equity production and third party purchased gas
  • Perform and maintain production monitoring to minimize pipeline imbalances
  • Monitor allocation, perform pool balancing as required
  • Coordinate with Anadarko Division personnel, operators, shippers and pipeline personnel on operational issues
  • Establish and maintain industry contacts with pipelines, operators, and other shippers
  • Path and balance all business transactions in TPT daily
  • Coordinate with marketing accounting on any billing and reconciliation issues
  • Trade pipeline imbalances as necessary
  • Be available 24x7 to handle operational issues including occasional weekend on call coverage
  • Perform duties and responsibilities as assigned and required

Requirements:

see below


Qualifications:
  • Accounting or Finance background preferred, but not required
  • Basic computer skills; Excel and Word
  • Minimum of 4 years relevant experience required
  • Oil & gas experience preferred, but not required
  • Strong communication skills
  • Strong interpersonal and teamwork skills to effectively work with natural gas group, accounting, legal, and Midstream departments
  • Bachelor’s degree prefered



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Posted 9/26/2014

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Account Executive US Independents Denver
GE Oil & Gas

Position Summary:

This key account leadership role will be responsible for developing our business with Denver based E&P customers. In this role, you will lead all aspects of account growth including strategy development, integrated account planning, opportunity identification, value communication and Customer Satisfaction.


Responsibilities:
  • Be responsible for entire operating plan of account including orders, revenue and leading all P&L teams across entire GE portfolio of products and services
  • Define entitlement & identify areas to penetrate and grow our share of customer's wallet profitability
  • Lead multifunctional team to drive customer satisfaction and growth (quality, commercial, engineering, project management, etc.)
  • Build customer relationships and communication at all levels, focusing on key decision makers & C-suite, as well as working closely with regional decision makers and governments
  • Be conduit for solutions; detailed understanding of customer's business model and how GE's products and services develop and deliver added value to the customer
  • Understand and translate customer long term needs in opportunities for GE growth, influencing investment strategy, while account is shaping future priorities, acting as a valued business consultant
  • Matrix with existing functional and P&L teams to achieve growth objectives, and successfully interface with corporate team as required
  • Drive Quality & Issue resolution through P&L and functional teams
  • Drive joint technology and development programs that would drive a stronger customer relationship and sustained profitable growth for GE and benefit for the customer
  • Actively participate in community events with the customer

Requirements:

Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university

  • Minimum of 5 years of experience in direct sales, account or team leadership experience

Additional Eligibility Qualifications

  • GE will only employ those who are legally authorized to work in the United States for this opening.
  • Any offer of employment is conditioned upon the successful completion of a background investigation and drug screen.

Qualifications:
  • Bachelor's Degree in Engineering from an accredited college or university
  • Minimum of 10 years of direct sales / account management
  • Solid experience in business development and/or building growth plans
  • Develop and maintain customer relationships at the CEO staff level and at least the next two levels down
  • Strategic and/or product marketing exposure
  • Customer-centric mindset, able to translate customer issues / needs into profitable business solutions
  • Energy industry understanding and specific expertise in upstream
  • Excellent interpersonal, presentation, and facilitation skills
  • Current knowledge and understanding of the Independents customers
  • Excellent communication capability in English



Contact Info for Applicants:

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Posted 9/26/2014

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Professional Land Surveyor I
Professional Land Surveyor I

Position Summary:
  • Supervise a small number of technical employees. Review and sign survey related documents and exhibits (Well Location Certificates, Land and Improvement Pats, ALTA Surveys, etc ).
  • Conduct field surveys, topographic mapping, boundary surveys, construction layout, and cadastral research.
  • Perform field calculations (COGO) for stakeout, as well as office calculations and conversions as needed.
  • Communicate effectively with clients in the field to ensure proper definition of project scope and specification.
  • Schedule equipment for jobs. Work with client services to facilitate job scheduling and promote efficient field time.

Responsibilities:
  • Serve as a technical resource; work effectively individually and as a team member; establish and maintain effective working relationships with clients, supervisors, co-workers, inspectors and employees in other departments and others encountered in the course of work.
  • Strong organizational skills are required as well as a desire to meet and exceed our customer's expectations.
  • Attention to detail and strong communication skills
  • Perform research for project completion and estimate job expenses.
  • Maintain a cooperative relationship with those contacted in the course of work activities.
  • Contribute to the development, input and maintenance of the land survey data base.
  • Assure compliance with state and federal laws, rules and regulations and with agency operating policy.
  • Review and examine field notes, raw data, field photos, title documents and other land survey work products as required.
  • Provide appropriate application of boundary control and legal principles.
  • Provide technical analysis, support and resolution involving right-of-way engineering, title examination, real property conflicts, state land securement, federal land appropriation and research.
  • Professionally certify reports, plats, and plans.

Requirements:
  • Perform detailed analysis and determine efficient work processes.
  • Analyze, interpret, evaluate, and make professional decisions in order to make correct corner, boundary and property ownership determinations.
  • Use coordinate geometry and other methods to perform analysis of survey data related to monumentation to ensure its completeness and accuracy.
  • Assist in performing land surveys for maintenance, location, and relocation of section corners through the use of GPS equipment and/or conventional surveying equipment.
  • Use a variety of instruments including levels, total stations, and GPS equipment.
  • Other duties as assigned by management.

Qualifications:
  • General knowledge of survey field techniques and survey language.
  • General knowledge of State and Federal laws, rules, and regulations.
  • General knowledge of research methods, techniques and/or sources of information.
  • General knowledge of the use of sophisticated GPS equipment, total stations, and other electronic surveying equipment.
  • General knowledge of plumb range rods and level rods; the use of conventional surveying equipment such as rods, chains, tripods, levels, and tribrachs.
  • General skill in taking legible notes.
  • General knowledge of methods of analysis for surveys associated with complex land surveying related problems.
  • General knowledge of procedures for recording of maps, plats, records of survey, water rights, corner records and other documents requiring certification by a Professional Land Surveyor.
  • General understanding of Carlson Survey software operations and its uses.
  • A basic understanding of database and system administration techniques as required to move data and files between applications and repositories and performing database queries.
  • A general understanding of GIS concepts and processes; uses and operations of GPS data capture equipment and software.
  • General ability to use a variety of instruments including levels, total stations, and GPS equipment.
  • This position requires broad knowledge in a general professional or technical field including the ability to read reports, spread sheets, manuals, blue prints, plans, drawings and correspondence. Also, required is the ability to perform general math calculations.

Education/Experience:

  • Bachelor's degree or Associate's degree in a related field, or acceptable experience commensurate with the responsibilities of the position.
  • One to two years of experience in a position of responsible charge and five years field operations experience.
  • Must be in possession of a valid certificate to use the title of "Land Surveyor" under the statues regulating the professional registration of Land Surveying in the state(s) where they are employed.



Contact Info for Applicants:

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Managing Partner, Oil & Gas Sector (Denver)
ERM

Position Summary:

As part of ERM’s continued growth and diversification in the Denver market, ERM has an opportunity for an experienced leader to join our global consulting firm as a Senior Partner, and become a true owner and shareholder in a business with Sustainability at its heart. We are looking for an established leader in the local market, who is interested in being part of this thriving global community – an outstanding professional who combines strong consulting and business development skills with a strong technical foundation and people leadership success – to foster and expand a network of excellent client relationships in the Oil & Gas and/or Mining industry. We seek an individual to help us drive the continued growth of ERM’s business through selling and delivering world-class services, recruiting and developing our next generation of leaders, and further advancing our reputation for sustainable environmental solutions. As a strategic leader, our goal is for this individual to be given the opportunity to move into a key senior leadership role within ERM to maximize their talents and impact to ERM overall. This is a Partner-level opportunity for a Senior VP/Principal/Director-level professional looking to further their career with an equity stake in a global environmental leader that aims to lead the field in sustainability consulting. A career as an ERM Partner is unique. Our partnership model offers unparalleled opportunities for leaders with ambition, vision and proven expertise, providing:

  • The opportunity to contribute significantly to key decisions, including the overall strategic direction of our organization.
  • Meaningful equity ownership with significant financial and intangible rewards.
  • The ability to provide “thought leadership” on a wide range of technical and business issues impacting our core markets.
  • An extension of ERM’s market position and reach with your established relationships to further drive our growth.

Responsibilities:
  • Primary focus on client account development, sales, and delivery of the full spectrum of ERM’s consulting services to deliver strategic value to our clients in the Oil & Gas/Mining sector. In particular, play a key role in growing ERM’s practice communities across their broad portfolio of service offerings:
  • EHS Performance & Assurance • Impact Assessment & Planning
  • Air Quality & Climate Change • Contaminated Site Management
  • M&A Transaction Services
  • Risk Management
  • Actively develop commercial strategies to pursue and win new business opportunities that result in significant revenue growth with target clients aligned with ERM’s global strategy.
  • Provide business value selling at the top levels of client organizations, raising the profile of ERM’s capabilities within key client organizations, to identify and shape clients’ needs for ERM services.
  • Develop new client relationships and expand existing relationships by delivering strategic consulting advice, excellent value, and quality service.
  • Maintain pulse on industry business cycles and prioritize sales efforts toward high-potential, top opportunities.
  • Manage capture efforts utilizing technical understanding to develop proposals, including written content, pricing, presentations, and contracting.
  • Contribute to leadership and management of major programs and projects for ERM’s Oil & Gas/Mining clients. Lead consulting engagements in the areas of EHS management programs and/or impact assessments for major capital projects and/or international development projects.
  • Build, grow, and lead a high-performance team in the Denver office, serving as a leader and mentor to consultants. Identify emerging talent and work with them to reach their full potential; ensure rising stars are nurtured, developed and given new areas of responsibility.
  • Support the growth and development of ERM’s global business and actively collaborate with colleagues across the globe. Drive innovation within the practice to stay ahead of client needs and to differentiate ERM in the market.
  • Work in a collaborative, cross-functional team environment to build ERM’s global business, as well as to lead client and practice teams.
  • Meet business financial targets, overall project budget and schedule, client satisfaction/expectations, and internal and contract requirements.

Requirements:

see below


Qualifications:
  • BS/MS in engineering, safety, science, or related degree.
  • 15+ years’ progressive experience in a consulting environment in the Denver market, working substantially with clients in the Oil and Gas sector. Additional experience in the mining, chemical, power, and/or manufacturing sectors a plus.
  • In-depth understanding of the Oil & Gas/Mining industry in the Rocky Mountain region, and the companies operating in this sector, including existing relationships that can be leveraged into new business.
  • Business acumen to understand business risk and challenges, and recognize corporate opportunities.
  • Demonstrable track record in delivering multimillion dollar sales results annually, including successfully winning large and strategic projects.
  • Experience successfully building and leading teams of 30+ professionals.
  • Offer recognized technical expertise and an established reputation in the local marketplace.
  • Certification in field; PE, CSP, CHMM, or similar registration desired.



Contact Info for Applicants:

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Posted 9/26/2014

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Programmer Analyst V
DCP Midstream

Position Summary:

The Programmer Analyst role is responsible for designing, deploying, and supporting data products so that Execution teams meet established PM execution goals and objectives. Primary support for BI reporting needs. Key liaison for IT teams to interpret business needs.


Responsibilities:
  • Design and deliver Data Products and SSAS Cube.
  • Ensures products support or link to Project Financial Controls goals and objectives.
  • Manage relationships and process/data interdependencies with all DCP teams; identifies and completes Project Deliverables as defined.
  • Key focus is on release management and change management across support, enhancement and new development activities. Liaison to IT and Application teams to ensure alignment with IT processes.
  • Support development and production of Reporting products as defined. Understand relationship between Project Management products and Enterprise products/processes and provide input to Roadmap/Objectives accordingly.
  • Lead SME, Architect, Design (sometime develop) for Data Products and SharePoint User Interface.
  • Quality control over developers and products.
  • Support process and application defects or open issues by providing requirements, testing, Guided UAT scripts; UAT sign-off; Adoption Key Messaging Content. Manage hand-off to Support teams as appropriate.
  • Participation in requirements analysis and developing solutions for all tiers of the SharePoint/Project Server application such as user interface, middle-tier business components, database layer, etc.
  • Support new development project deliverables as defined by Project Team.
  • Design and implement Dashboards with operational data primarily in the form of metrics and KPIs
  • Backfill for Application Administrator in support and maintenance of all tools.
  • Develop, maintain and deliver technical documentation
  • Help identify data sources required to meet business needs.
  • Assess data quality.
  • Troubleshoot and analyze data from its source to its presentation.

Requirements:
  • Seeking creative, self-motivated people who thrive in a collaborative environment.
  • 3+ year's work experience in related role
  • 3+ years experience in MS SQL Programming/queries.
  • 3+ years experience in entire Microsoft BI Stack
  • SSRS
  • SSAS
  • SSIS/ETL
  • Excel Services
  • Power Pivot
  • PerformancePoint
  • Visual Studio
  • InfoPath
  • 3+ years experience in Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010, SharePoint Designer 2010, Project Server 2010, MS Office 2010.
  • Web parts
  • Workflows
  • Event Receivers
  • Content Types

Qualifications:
  • Proficient in approaches, procedures and tools to troubleshoot and address data quality and consistency issues.
  • Strong problem-solving, analytic, conceptual and critical thinking skills.
  • Ability to learn about and understand key business aspects of the data and information we work with, then interpret those into technical requirements.
  • Effective listening and oral/written communication skills, including ability to provide essential information to stakeholders.
  • Strong organizational, planning, and time management skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills.
  • Self-motivated and people-oriented.
  • Ability to multi-task and self-prioritize workloads.
  • Ability to learn and work with multiple applications and technologies.
  • Ability to develop and implement Best Practices and Standards.



Contact Info for Applicants:

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Posted 9/24/2014

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Operations Engineer
RTS Corp.

Position Summary:

Do you have a well-rounded operations engineering background that you're ready to take to the next level? We are looking for a high-level operations manager to join a privately-held E&P company in the Denver area. This role has the potential to be a vice president level position given the right leadership background. Our client is a well-established company with a long and impressive track record. If you have experience working with onshore Gulf Coast and Rockies operations and enjoy being a hands-on leader, this could be the perfect role for you. This is a truly unique opportunity to establish yourself as an integral part of a solid team.


Responsibilities:
  • Work in an integrated team environment with Geoscience and Land Departments to develop drill well, workover and recompletion proposals
  • Design and supervise completion operations, including hydraulic fracture simulation
  • Design and install artificial lift. Design and supervise secondary recovery operations
  • Design and supervise pipeline and midstream facilities
  • Create and update wellbore diagrams
  • Monitor field production and manage field personnel
  • Generate AFE`s
  • Provide reservoir engineering and economic analysis for acquisition evaluations
  • Coordinate preparation of year-end and semi-annual reserve reports
  • Coordinate third party engineers performing such services as volumetric analysis, decline curve analysis, material balance, pressure buildup analysis, type curves, reserves audits and production forecasts
  • Develop reservoir modeling on an as-needed basis or coordinate with third party modeling services
  • Coordinate with insurers regarding risk management and equipment inventory
  • Approve significant field tickets and invoices
  • Supervise engineering support personnel
  • Supervise independent contractors
  • Design and supervise production equipment installation including compression
  • Work with Regulatory Department to insure all regulatory permitting and requirements are satisfied in a timely manner

Requirements:
  • At least 10 years of experience working in the oil and gas industry Bachelor`s degree in petroleum engineering or related field
  • Strong background in oil and gas completions and operations Strong computer and analytical skills
  • Competent in use of Microsoft Office Suite including Excel for mathematical analysis
  • Demonstrated proficiency in both open-hole and cased-hole log analysis

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE


Posted 9/24/14

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