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Regulatory Technician II
PDC Energy

Position Summary:

The Regulatory Technician II  performs a variety of tasks in support of the assigned department under limited supervision. This position is responsible for assimilation , processing and filing of field operations data government regulatory agencies. The Regulatory Technicians II is accountable for ensuring data quality, data management , to liaise with regulatory agencies and with PDC asset teams. This position is required to remain informed of changes to rules and regulations which impact oil and gas operations.


Responsibilities:
  • Review operations data for accuracy and make corrections as necessary;
  • Prepare and file forms to regulatory agencies as required;
  • Interact with asset teams to provide regulatory services;
  • Knowledge of Peloton software and DB integrity;
  • Liaise with other departments for data collection.

Requirements:
  • Regulatory information resource facilitating efficient flow of documents required for uninterrupted field operations;
  • Requires sophisticated knowledge of petro-technical terms;
  • Requires advanced knowledge of a variety of  government agencies’ regulatory processes;
  • Anticipates and proactively reacts to mitigate problems;
  • Requires advanced  computer skills and knowledge of a variety of discipline specific software;
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills;
  • Ability to work well autonomously or in a team setting.

Qualifications:
  • 2-3 years regulatory experience required;
  • 5+ years of oil & gas industry experience preferred.



Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE


Posted 5/26/2015

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Senior Consultant
Stellar Recruitment

Position Summary:

Stellar Recruitment is specialized global recruitment firm and we are committed to creating once in a lifetime employment experiences for our staff, our candidates and our clients…and we want you to be a part of the team!!

We were founded in Brisbane, Australia in 2006 and opened our North American headquarters in Denver, Colorado in 2011. Having experienced rapid growth in the US, we have a requirement for Recruitment Consultant to join our Denver team and play an integral role in servicing a wide-variety of clients.

In return for high levels of drive and energy, as well as an honest and genuine approach to your work, we offer extensive a flexible and fun work environment, recognition and reward, industry leading, uncapped earning potential and the prospect to work with a reputable and quickly expanding recruitment organization.


Responsibilities:

see below


Requirements:
  • You have 5+ years of recruitment / staffing experience
  • You enjoy working in a fast-paced environment that rewards you!
  • You are competitive but you also enjoy smashing goals as a team!
  • You are detail oriented, well-organized and are self-motivated!

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE


Posted 5/21/2015

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Recruitment Consultant
Stellar Recruitment

Position Summary:

Stellar Recruitment is specialized global recruitment firm and we are committed to creating once in a lifetime employment experiences for our staff, our candidates and our clients…and we want you to be a part of the team!!

We were founded in Brisbane, Australia in 2006 and opened our North American headquarters in Denver, Colorado in 2011. Having experienced rapid growth in the US, we have a requirement for Recruitment Consultant to join our Denver team and play an integral role in servicing a wide-variety of clients.

In return for high levels of drive and energy, as well as an honest and genuine approach to your work, we offer extensive a flexible and fun work environment, recognition and reward, industry leading, uncapped earning potential and the prospect to work with a reputable and quickly expanding recruitment organization.


Responsibilities:

see below


Requirements:
  • You have 1+ years of recruitment / staffing experience
  • You enjoy working in a fast-paced environment that rewards you!
  • You are competitive but you also enjoy smashing goals as a team!
  • You are detail oriented, well-organized and are self-motivated!

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE


Posted 5/21/2015

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EHS Manager
PDC Energy

Position Summary:

The position reports to the Director, Environment, Health and Safety  (EHS), and the successful candidate will be a member of the EHS Leadership Team. The person in this position will have a lead role in the management of  EHS strategic initiatives and improvement activities, including safety and environmental compliance. The role is responsible for executing EHS planning, drafting the annual EHS Improvement Plans, and  assisting in developing the annual workforce and budget plans for EHS. A key aspect of the role is ensuring structured environmental project management, development of EHS policies, ensuring EHS training for all PDC personnel, and effective EHS support of PDC vendors and contractors . The successful candidate must be willing to serve as the “conscience" of PDC’s Environmental Health and Safety, acting on behalf of our business partners to ensure that EHS is a priority and all actions are a collaborative effort with all other departments within PDC.


Responsibilities:
  • Lead the planning, development and implementation of  Environmental Health and Safety programs, policies and initiatives;
  • Assist in conducting incident investigations and root cause analysis;
  • Maintain knowledge of new regulations and standards as they are introduced and/or changed within the oil & gas industry;
  • Provide Emergency Response/HAZWOPER services and support to operations field personnel as needed;
  • Track, report and communicate progress against EHS strategic initiatives; 
  • Assist in conducting training for management, field employees, and contractors regarding applicable EHS programs and procedures;
  • Act as a liaison between PDC’s management, field personnel, and contractors to enhance   EHS compliance regarding field operations.

Requirements:
  • Motivated self-starter;
  • Effective in collaborative work environment;
  • Thorough knowledge of  EHS regulatory standards and compliance;
  • Clarity of communication, both written and oral;
  • Strong presentation and project management skills;
  • Ability to manage multiple projects with minimal supervision and able to handle highly dynamic work environment with frequent changes;
  • Effective in engaging with stakeholders to understand interests and priorities;
  • Strong facilitation skills – able to plan and lead effectively;
  • Working knowledge of and experience in environmental remediation;
  • Working knowledge of and proven experience in OSHA and DOT compliance.
  • Supervision of EHS professionals;
  • Supervisory responsibilities of external EHS contractors.

Qualifications:
  • BS Degree in Environmental Science preferred; Degree in Geology, Engineering or related field acceptable;
  • Associate or Professional Safety, Professional Engineer or Environmental Certification is preferable;
  • Minimum 8 years of experience working within a similar capacity in the oil & gas industry;
  • Contractor Management and Management of Change system experience.



Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE


Posted 5/21/2015

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LPG Market Analyst
Stellar Recruitment

Position Summary:

Stellar Recruitment is partnered with a high-profile energy company in Denver that has seen tremendous growth due to their premier acreage in the Appalachian Basin to recruit an LPG MARKET ANALYST.

The LPG MARKET ANALYST will work on a small but high-profile team, will report directly to the Vice President and will work with senior stakeholders to continue to grow a sustainable LPG value-chain that is in line with the organization’s long-term, strategic direction.


Responsibilities:
  • Support the VP and Marketing Manager with assigned projects
  • Perform business development market research and analysis
  • Create LPG value-chain opportunities in global emerging markets
  • Execute due diligence projects related to potential deal opportunities
  • Develop and maintain a business development tracking system
  • Build and maintain strong relationships with potential customers

Requirements:
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Chemical and/or Process Engineering preferred
  • 3+ years of experience in the LPG and/or NGL industry’s is required
  • Must have an in-depth understanding of C2 to C5 hydrocarbons scale
  • Proven ability to generate high-level research and analysis projects

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

To APPLY for the position please email your resume to Daniel or call 1-720-599-3003.  Reference number DM2558


Posted 5/20/2015

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SCADA Analyst
Stellar Recruitment

Position Summary:

Stellar Recruitment is partnered with a well-established oil and gas company to recruit an experienced SCADA ANALYST. Our client has a diverse portfolio of oil and gas assets across North America and they offer industry leading compensation and benefits packages which includes gym membership, flex schedules, educational trainings and career advancement.


Responsibilities:
  • Develop and project manage SCADA related solutions
  • Troubleshoot new SCADA/Automation products/systems
  • Assist in the flow computer lab and equipment as needed
  • Maintain the database of devices and configurations
  • Provide regular technical support to the to field personnel
  • Recognizes ways to reduce cost and improve efficiencies
  • Maintain expenses and help with the annual budget process
  • Evaluate and implement best practices and technologies
  • Work with Operations, Measurement, E&I and Accounting

Requirements:
  • College degree preferred but not required
  • 5+ years of oil and gas SCADA experience is required
  • Experience with VBA, VBScript and XML coding preferred
  • Ability to travel to the field when needed and required

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

To APPLY for the position please email your resume to Daniel or call 1-720-599-3003. Reference number DM25914


Posted 5/20/2015

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Business IT Analyst
Stellar Recruitment

Position Summary:

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

As the BUSINESS IT ANALYST, working on a small but critical team, you will be responsible for supporting and enhancing the company’s overall operations by building and maintaining business intelligence applications.


Responsibilities:
  • Utilize business intelligence applications to improve overall operations
  • Support technical staff by building any needed reports and dashboards
  • Meet with technical staff to ensure they have the necessary data and info
  • Provide data manipulation and reporting assistance to various teams
  • Maintain the quality and integrity of the databases and documentation
  • Uncover, identify and report on hidden trends in large datasets
  • Project managed assigned tasks based on deadlines and priority
  • Identify, research, troubleshoot and resolve any technical issues

Requirements:
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science
  • 2+ years’ experience with oil & gas related business intelligence and warehousing
  • Understanding of data warehousing, data architecture and design concepts
  • Ability to effectively communicate (written and verbal) and build rapport

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

To APPLY for the position please email your resume to Daniel or call 1-720-599-3003. Reference number DM25936


Posted 5/20/2015

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Project Manager
M3 Construction

Position Summary:

M3 Construction, LLC is a Colorado-based, design-build company providing clients with the foremost engineering and construction services for oil and gas field projects. We specialize in saltwater disposal, solids handling, water recycle and production facilities. We currently operate in the Denver-Julesburg Basin, the Eagle Ford Shale and Permian Basin with plans of mobilizing into other regions. Job Summary: Maintains lead communicator position with client, manages client expectations, advises management team on project status, and provides leadership, definition and direction to the project team. Will provide overall direction and leadership on moderately complex, fast paced, negotiated and design-build construction projects in the oil/gas industry up to $20 million in cost.


Responsibilities:
  • Manage the performance of the project management staff including superintendents, foreman, etc.
  • Aid in management of the design/engineering team and provide direction in meeting project design schedules and budgets.
  • Manage all pre-construction and permitting processes/submittals at the county and state levels.
  • Review of shop drawings and plan packages prior to final issuance to construction team.
  • Confer with the project staff to outline a work plan, establish operational priorities and assign duties.
  • Create and maintain project estimates and schedules.
  • Schedule project resources.
  • Vet out and select subcontractors for various scopes of work.
  • Prepare, submit and obtain owner approval for change requests.
  • Arrange project cost analysis reports and reviews with construction team.
  • Organize Pay Applications for submittal.

Requirements:
  • Bachelor’s Degree, with preference for Construction Science/Construction Engineering or related field.
  • At least 5 years construction management experience and must have successfully been responsible for and completed jobs from start to close out.
  • Experience managing oil and gas field projects.
  • Experience in reading and understanding Process and Instrumentation and Process Flow Diagrams of complex piping systems.
  • Knowledge of design-build project model.  Design-build experience is preferrred, but not mandatory.
  • Strong oral and written communication skills are a must.
  • Proficient computer skills, specifically with, Microsoft office programs.

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE


Posted 5/20/2015

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Application Support Specialist
Bonanza Creek

Position Summary:

This position will work as part of an Information Technology project and/or support team to support, enhance and integrate systems. They will collaborate with both technical and functional partners and use their understanding of operations to help build solutions to meet business departmental / regional needs. Incumbents use their knowledge from across a spectrum of systems to determine best solutions.


Responsibilities:
  • Ensures the assigned software systems are fully operational and functioning effectively at all times.
  • Works directly with end users to ensure that system capabilities are fully utilized and issues are resolved timely.
  • Coordinates with IT resources and vendors to diagnose, document, and resolve reported issues.
  • Performs Application installs, upgrades, testing, configuration, optimization and monitoring
  • Devises data verification methods and standard systems procedures.
  • Assists in on-going data quality and analysis initiatives.
  • Assists in the documentation of system processes and procedures.
  • Assists in the development of basic reports, data extracts and imports.
  • Ensure compliance with all corporate policy and procedures.
  • Demonstrates strong written and verbal communication skills; strong inter-personal skills
  • Some after-hours/weekend support may be required

Requirements:
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science or equivalent experience
  • Minimum of 5 years of experience in a similar role managing business systems, IT infrastructure, and/or applications development
  • Experience with the Microsoft Technology stack including SQL Server, SSIS, SSRS, Windows Servers and Workstations
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Exemplary interpersonal skills as well the ability to communicate well on both a verbal and written level.
  • Strong ability to work in a consultative manner with every level of internal/external staff/contacts.
  • Solid understanding of project management, including budgeting and managing timelines.
  • In depth knowledge of Oil & Gas software products such as Aries, OpenWells, ProCount, and AFE Navigator a plus.

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE


Posted 7/15/2015

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Environmental Specialist, Surface Management
Bonanza Creek

Position Summary:

The Environmental Specialist, Surface Management is responsible for maintaining and improving environmental compliance programs, assisting with environmental permitting / approvals, and assisting with developing environmental best management practices to support E&P development and operations. This position is responsible for providing technical support to engineering and operations departments and the development of records management systems, agency reporting and will assist with environmental evaluations and assessments.


Responsibilities:
  • Assist with development of internal data management systems and compliance programs as needed.
  • Types of programs may include: air, water, waste, and remediation. • Assist field environmental and operational teams with implementation, execution and oversight of environmental programs and procedures.
  • Assist with preparation, submittal and maintenance of environmental reports to regulatory agencies and management.
  • Assist with development and presentation of environmental compliance and pollution prevention training programs including working with operations to development best management practices necessary for regulatory compliance.
  • Under general direction, assist in the analysis of the company’s regulatory compliance posture and keep abreast of changing rules and stay current with industry practices.
  • Liaison between company operations and agencies.
  • Review proposed actions by regulatory agencies to determine impact on company operations.
  • Manage environmental contractors, track schedules and budgets, and review deliverables for permitting, compliance, and other related projects and studies to ensure cost effective and timely completion.
  • Coordinate with EHS staff and other departments to provide input or review where necessary in the well and gathering system development process to ensure compliance with all applicable environmental regulatory and permitting requirements.
  • Mentor and develop staff as necessary.
  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with all other company departments.
  • Effectively communicate as needed to meet expected operational goals at all levels in the organization, with strong oral and written skills and willingness to share information.
  • Provide a strong service mentality with a collaborative and flexible style.
  • Provide the planning necessary to be forward looking for the company.
  • A leader in safe operating practices and ensures compliance with BCEI EHS&RC; requirements.
  • Assure all work performed adheres to BCEI standards.
  • Attend seminars and training as necessary in order stay informed about area federal, state and local environmental/safety requirements.
  • Perform all other duties as assigned. Specific Job Responsibilities
  • Supervise interim and final reclamation program
  • Manage the day to day operations in the field requiring direct oversight of earthwork, seeding, weed management, and nutrient additives
  • Report on interim and final reclamation status on a monthly basis using database and ARC GIS platforms o Interact daily with facility construction, drilling and completions, and production operations departments
  • Conduct continuous reviews of pad locations managing erosion issues, accompanying regulatory agency inspections, and pad creep issues
  • Supervise stormwater program
  • Manage the day to day operations in the field conforming to the stormwater management plan
  • Inspect earthwork and pad construction projects and manage stormwater inspection program
  • Assist in the SPCC compliance and inspection program oversight

Requirements:
  • Bachelor’s Degree required or equivalent job experience
  • At least 3 to 5 years in an Environmental role
  • Oil and Gas reclamation of well pads and pipelines – direct experience or oversight and management
  • Oil and Gas stormwater erosion control at well pads and facilities – direct experience or oversight and management
  • Knowledge of applicable reclamation and stormwater regulations
  • Stormwater training/certification course completion strongly preferred
  • Working knowledge of oil and gas equipment and activity on well pads and production facilities
  • Project management
  • Cost/efficiency tracking
  • Contractor oversight and direction
  • Self-motivated worker
  • Knowledge of federal, state, and local environmental requirements
  • Ability to supervise and mentor staff
  • Knowledge of relevant computer applications such as; Microsoft Office Suite, ARC GIS, and Ecocion (ACTS) is preferred
  • Works well in team environment

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE


Posted 5/15/2015

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Environmental Specialist, Compliance Systems
Bonanza Creek

Position Summary:

The Environmental Specialist, Compliance Systems is responsible for maintaining and improving environmental compliance programs, assisting with environmental permitting / approvals, and assisting with developing environmental best management practices to support E&P development and operations. This position is responsible for providing technical support to engineering and operations departments and the development of records management systems, agency reporting and will assist with environmental evaluations and assessments.


Responsibilities:
  • Assist with development of internal data management systems and compliance programs as needed.
  • Types of programs may include: air, water, waste, and remediation.
  • Assist field environmental and operational teams with implementation, execution and oversight of environmental programs and procedures.
  • Assist with preparation, submittal and maintenance of environmental reports to regulatory agencies and management.
  • Assist with development and presentation of environmental compliance and pollution prevention training programs including working with operations to development best management practices necessary for regulatory compliance.
  • Under general direction, assist in the analysis of the company’s regulatory compliance posture and keep abreast of changing rules and stay current with industry practices.
  • Liaison between company operations and agencies.
  • Review proposed actions by regulatory agencies to determine impact on company operations.
  • Manage environmental contractors, track schedules and budgets, and review deliverables for permitting, compliance, and other related projects and studies to ensure cost effective and timely completion.
  • Coordinate with EHS staff and other departments to provide input or review where necessary in the well and gathering system development process to ensure compliance with all applicable environmental regulatory and permitting requirements.
  • Mentor and develop staff as necessary.
  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with all other company departments.
  • Effectively communicate as needed to meet expected operational goals at all levels in the organization, with strong oral and written skills and willingness to share information.
  • Provide a strong service mentality with a collaborative and flexible style.
  • Provide the planning necessary to be forward looking for the company.
  • A leader in safe operating practices and ensures compliance with BCEI EHS&RC; requirements.
  • Assure all work performed adheres to BCEI standards.
  • Attend seminars and training as necessary in order stay informed about area federal, state and local environmental/safety requirements.
  • Perform all other duties as assigned.

Specific Job Responsibilities

  • Build and validate data in our ACTs environmental and compliance database system
  • Conduct data analysis and evaluation as requested
  • Evaluate and assist with integration to other data management systems
  • Help develop data collection and reporting tools

Requirements:
  • Bachelor’s Degree required or equivalent job experience
  • At least 3 to 5 years in an Environmental role
  • Assist with review of current and proposed regulations and identify applicable requirements
  • Assist with development of internal data management systems
  • Experience in upstream oil and gas related industry
  • Knowledge of federal, state and local environment requirements
  • Ability to supervise and mentor staff
  • Knowledge of relevant computer applications such as; Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, and SQL are preferred

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE


Posted 5/15/2015

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Safety Manager
Bonanza Creek Energy

Position Summary:

This position is responsible for implementing field wide health and safety management and performance improvement plans.  They will also be working with the corporate safety team on implementation and execution of strategic initiatives aimed at injury prevention, risk management, management of change and general safety performance improvement. This position will report to the Corporate Safety Manager and be responsible for managing site safety leads and technicians.


Responsibilities:
  • Implements safety programs and training in coordination and cooperation with Regional Management and the Corporate Environmental, Health, Safety and Regulatory Compliance (EHS&RC) Group.
  • Leads the behavior based safety observation program.
  • Ensures that all injury and spills incidents are reported, entered into database and appropriate corrective actions are identified and completed in order to prevent incident recurrence.
  • Conducts trending analysis and works with Corporate Safety Manager on development of targeted safety programs and policies.
  • Leads incident investigations and causal factor analysis on high severity incidents.
  • Develops periodic reports on safety performance and initiatives in cooperation with the Corporate Safety Manager.
  • Leads emergency response preparedness plans, drills and corrective actions as directed by the Corporate Safety Manager. 
  • Conducts compliance review activities with Corporate EHS&RC Group, and periodically assists as a team member in cross-area cross functional audits.
  • Conducts training on various health and safety programs as needed. 
  • Provides field health and safety support to operations for high risk activities such as SIMOPS, hot work, lockout/tagout, and other life critical operational tasks.
  • Leads field industrial hygiene and occupational health management program.
  • Implements new programs, policies and procedures to employees and contractors in a consistent manner.
  • Follows safe operating practices and ensures compliance with BCEI Environment, Safety & Regulatory requirements.
  • Assures all work performed adheres to BCEI standards

Requirements:
  • Bachelor of Science in a field related to EHS&RC
  • 12+ years of safety and health experience
  • Knowledge of oil and gas operations
  • Previous safety management experience
  • In-depth knowledge oil and gas operations, procedures and safety
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Excellent computer skills

Preferred Qualifications

  • 40 Hour HAZWOPER Certified
  • Certified Safety Professional Certification
  • Experience with safety management systems – ACTS, ISNetworld, SDS Management, etc
  • Master’s Degree in occupational health or other pertinent degree

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE


Posted 5/14/2015

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Automation Foreman
Bonanza Creek

Position Summary:

Bonanza Creek Energy, Inc., an independent oil and gas company engaged in the acquisition, exploration, development and production of oil and associated liquids is currently searching for an Automation Foreman to supervise our Automation team in our Evans, CO field location.  (Candidates must live in or around this location, or must be willing to relocate. Responsible for the supervision and installation of all automation systems, telemetry systems and gas measurement devices on a field level.


Responsibilities:
  • Coordinate with production and construction for successful commissioning of well pads and facilities.
  • Oversee Bonanza Creek’s hourly and support personnel including performance management.
  • Coordinate with Telemetry and Measurement teams to ensure seamless integration of equipment on well pads and facilities.
  • Oversee and direct automation and third party contractors to ensure that projects are completed timely and accurate.
  • Resolve issues concerning new construction, separators and other facilities in connection with surface development projects.
  • Accurately account for project timelines and commissioning schedules.
  • Direct installation of new meters, automation equipment, Totalflow and PCS Plunger lift and gas lift automation equipment, Allen Bradley PLCs and control valves for new wells by conducting site-visits with contractors and techs
  • Obtain cost-estimates for installation, coordinating timing of installation with operations personnel.
  • Work with management to resolve equipment issues, implement new equipment and direct personnel.
  • Daily travel to field and periodic travel to other business units as required to perform job responsibilities.
  • Perform in a team oriented environment while also possessing the ability to work alone or under minimal supervision in a variety of situations that might include; stressful conditions associated with project deadlines and heavy workloads, extreme temperatures,  moisture,  slippery and uneven surfaces, confined spaces and heights while working around noise, vibrations and well treating chemicals.
  • Perform any special tasks that may be assigned which may require irregular or extended hours and travel to ensure project completion, contributing to the achievement of the Company’s strategic objectives.
  • Monitor and supervise Vendor Installations and provide Vendor Training as required.
  • Monitor and supervise Pad Commissioning and Checkout.
  • Help prepare design, technical and training documentation and reports as required.
  • Communicate effectively orally and in writing.
  • Follow directions from supervisors while always being courteous to co-workers and customers.
  • Work in all weather conditions; including rain, snow, mud, etc. – work is performed in hazardous driving and working conditions all seasons of the year.
  • Periodic bending, climbing (to heights up to two stories or more), lifting (up to 100 pounds without assistance) crouching, pulling, kneeling, twisting and reeling. 
  • Ability to traverse uneven terrain and climb metal stairs under all weather conditions using appropriate safety measures.
  • Operate a vehicle safely in all weather conditions to drive to oil and gas equipment located in rural/open range country.
  • Follow safe operating practices and ensure compliance with BCEI Environment, Safety & Regulatory requirements.

Requirements:
  • High School Diploma or equivalency required.  Technical or vocational degree in electronics, or similar certification preferred
  • Minimum of 4 years’ experience in the oil and gas industry specifically automated artificial lift
  • Must have experience with programming and troubleshooting ABB plunger lift applications which includes troubleshooting problems when they do not work as expected and consulting with optimizers on what settings work to optimize production.
  • Must have experience using valve control in conjunction with the plunger to run gas lift wells.  Able to program Totalflow applications, calibrate Gas Lift control valves and tune valve control settings is a requirement. 
  • Knowledgeable on how to run wells on timers and pressure modes and group well multiple wells through one tube without them overlapping. Knowledge of how to run a gas lift well on arrivals, and how to make custom Totalflow programs for special applications.
  • Ability to work in a cooperative team environment
  • Basic computer skills including Excel, Word and Outlook preferred
  • Knowledge of electrical and instrumentation principles a plus

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE


Posted 5/14/2015

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Regulatory Permitting Specialist
Rocky Mountain Permitting

Position Summary:
  • Temporary to Possible Hire
  • Office located in Westminster, Colorado
  • Region – Rocky Mountains (Colorado, North Dakota & Wyoming)
  • Need someone to prepare multiple Regulatory documents such as APD’s, Sundry’s, Completion Reports etc.  (Federal & State) as pertains to Oil & Gas operations.  
  • Must have strong computer skills, organizational skills, and accuracy a must.

Responsibilities:

see above


Requirements:

see above


Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE


Posted 5/7/2015

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Stormwater Specialist
Rocky Mountain Permitting

Position Summary:
  • Temporary Position
  • Region – Rocky Mountains (Colorado, North Dakota & Wyoming) 
  • Must understand Rules & Regulations for Stormwater Management Plans, & BMP design as pertains to Oil & Gas operations. 
  • Job includes writing  Stormwater Management Plans & BMP designs.
  • Must have strong computer skills, organizational skills, and accuracy a must.

Responsibilities:

see above


Requirements:

see above


Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE


Posted 5/07/2015

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EHS Administrative Assistant
PDC Energy

Position Summary:

Provide administrative support for corporate EHS Department.  Duties will include data management, recordkeeping, and administrative support responsibilities related to corporate EHS initiatives, policies and programs.


Responsibilities:
  • Coordinate & organize travel and meeting schedules, including flights, hotels, car rentals, scheduling and other travel related details;
  • Coordinate, manage and maintain schedules;
  • Maintain and organize files & offices;
  • Author  memos, letters, and other documents, using word processing, spreadsheets, database, or presentation software (generally Power Point);
  • Open, sort and distribute incoming memos, mail, submissions, and reports as needed;
  • Perform general office duties such as ordering supplies, making copies, and maintaining records management systems;
  • Maintain records, manage various databases (including contractor agreements, incident tracking, employee training, workers compensation data).  Additional record maintenance and filing responsibilities include those supporting local, state, and federal regulatory requirements;
  • Assist in researching EHS topics and/or state or federal databases as needed for planning, acquisitions, and compliance;
  • Prepare reports and correspondence as required to support EHS initiatives and programs;
  • Prepare agendas and make arrangements for meetings;
  • Serve as scribe for meetings when needed;
  • Gather and retain confidential employee information;
  • Participate, as needed,  in the organization and facilitation of company events;
  • Maintain LMS records;
  • Administer contractor management program (ISN);
  • Any additional essential functions as identified by supervisor.

Requirements:
  • Knowledge of administrative and clerical procedures and systems;
  • Ability to multi-task;
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality when needed;
  • Excellent interpersonal skills will be required as there will be significant interaction with personnel in different departments and with  various third parties including vendors and representatives of other energy companies;
  • Proficiency in program administration and technical systems (i.e. records retention, database management and maintenance;
  • Ability to work well in a team setting or autonomously when needed;
  • Demonstrated track record in attention to detail;
  • Highly organized and ability to plan projects;
  • Strong written and oral communication skills;
  • Ability to take initiative when needed;
  • Detailed knowledge and experience with Microsoft Office Suite products.

Qualifications:
  • Minimum high school graduate;
  • Knowledge of travel planning and coordination of multiple schedules;
  • 5+ years of progressive office/clerical experience required;
  • Industry experience preferred.



Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE


Posted 5/07/2015

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Senior Petroleum Engineer
Stellar Recruitment

Position Summary:

STELLAR RECRUITMENT is partnered to recruit for a well-established, stable company who has 150 staff in Denver and a superb, team oriented culture. Our client is in a strong financial position due to having a diverse portfolio across oil & gas, utilities and transmission. Their oil & gas business unit has interest in over 1,000 oil and gas wells in the Rockies and Midcontinent.

As the SENIOR PETROLEUM ENGINEER, reporting to the Engineering Manager, you will be responsible for designing and executing completions, workover and production projects with a goal of growing company reserves:


Responsibilities:
  • Generate detailed completion, stimulation and workover procedures and designs
  • Execute production optimization, artificial lift, recovery and water related projects
  • Prepare AFE’s for all major capital projects in order to track expenditures
  • Organize the bidding and bid evaluation process for services and equipment
  • Manage the on-site supervision and execution of completions operations
  • Track field performance, capital spending, financial results and company goals
  • Assist with developing the company’s annual budgets and strategic plans
  • Support the field personnel with operational projects and issues as needed
  • Ensure compliance with all governmental and environmental regulations
  • Work on a multi-disciplined team to develop assets and identify new prospects

Requirements:

see below


Qualifications:
  • Bachelor of Science in Petroleum Engineering required
  • 10+ years of oil and gas petroleum engineering experience is required
  • Expertise with completions, workovers and production operations required
  • Proven leadership, project management and communication skills required



Contact Info for Applicants:

To APPLY for the position please email your resume to Daniel or call 1-720-599-3003. Reference number DM25840


Posted 5/07/2015

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EHS Professional II
PDC Energy

Position Summary:

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


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

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

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


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

Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE


Posted 5/7/2015

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Marketing/Administrative Summer Intern
The Dahill Group

Position Summary:

The Dahill Group is seeking a part time, paid intern, to handle marketing and administrative tasks. This position will:

  • provide administrative and clerical support to ensure operations are organized and run efficiently
  • Assist and create the sales message of the company
  • Use a blend of administrative abilities, sales and marketing savvy, and creativity to come up with new strategies to grow and promote the company

Responsibilities:
  • manage schedules and coordinate meetings, respond to telephone calls
  • draft and edit documents, assist with preparation of presentations and other data
  • Keep database up to date: electronic and digital filing as required
  • Use computer skills for researching potential sales leads online
  • schedule meetings and industry events and interact with clients and candidates
  • Research (potential candidates and clients)  specifically using LinkedIn
  • blogging and writing online content, promoting the company name

Requirements:

see below


Qualifications:
  • personable, presentable, and articulate
  • comfortable with getting on the phone and making calls, and assisting in follow up cold calls to potential clients - (must be good on the phone)
  • effective project management skills
  • understanding of marketing principles and assisting in developing and implementing a consistent marketing campaign to generate new business
  • strong organizational skills
  • ability to work independently
  • excellent written and verbal communication
  • solid work history


Hours per week: 20
Paid
Start date: Next 2 weeks


Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE


Posted 5/05/2015

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Senior Benefits Advisor
Newalta

Position Summary:

Reporting to the Manager of Benefits, the Benefits Advisor provides day-to-day support for the administration of the benefit programs as well as providing expertise and guidance around program design, contributions and long-term strategies.


Responsibilities:
  • Business Partnership Partner closely with the Newalta HR leadership team, management and people to develop benefit strategies, practices, processes, and programs to support the business and Newalta culture.
  • Be recognized as a trusted US benefits advisor to the Newalta leadership.
  • Provide council on benefit issues.
  • Monitor and advise on legislative and/or corporate policy issues in benefit matters.
  • Ensure compliance and provide guidance related to regulatory requirements.
  • Benefit Programs / Customer Service Work closely with the Benefits Manager and the HR Director-US to administer the health and welfare, retirement, and leave of absence plans
  • Provide expertise and advice on recommendations to restructure benefit programs for financial viability and competitiveness; partner with carriers to implement and confirm all changes are captured
  • Conduct full review of 401(k) plan to ensure compliance and make recommendations for enhancements
  • Active participant in acquisition due diligence and integration of benefit plans Track all benefits costs including fixed costs, claims, and contributions
  • Assist in the preparation of reports and presentations for management
  • Coordinate Annual Enrollment process, including communications, future web enrollment testing, analysis and reporting
  • Assist in identifying opportunities for streamlining processes
  • Prepare and revise summary plan descriptions and other employee communications
  • Assist employees with applications for leaves as well as track all leaves of absence
  • Perform other related duties and assist in other areas of the employee benefit program as needed
  • Day-to-day contact for all employee benefit questions
  • Research, address and provide resolution to employees on complex benefits issues
  • Handle highly sensitive and confidential information on a daily basis.

Requirements:

see below


Qualifications:
  • 7+ years of experience in employee benefits;
  • Bachelor’s degree required Certified Employee Benefits Specialist (CEBS) certification is preferred
  • Strong understanding of group health and welfare, retirement and leave benefits
  • Working knowledge of ERISA and other legal requirements related to the administration of employee benefits
  • Demonstrated analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Ability to effectively handle multiple tasks and projects simultaneously
  • Show a strong interest in career growth with the ability to perform independently
  • Strong partnering, oral and written communication and interpersonal skills and the ability to influence at all levels.
  • Collaborative, responsive and service-oriented approach and proven ability to immediately establish credibility.
  • A self-starter who is comfortable with ambiguity and able to work in an environment without clearly established boundaries.
  • Creative, thinks outside the box.
  • Excellent analytical, risk assessment and problem-solving skills which include quickly identifying core issues and making effective decisions.
  • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail.



Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE or Email Heidi HERE


Posted 5/04/2015

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Geoscience Manager
Stellar Recruitment

Position Summary:

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

The GEOSCIENCE MANAGER will be responsible for executing the geoscience aspects of operational projects on the company’s existing asset as well as screen and make recommendations on acquisition prospects which fit the company’s business model.


Responsibilities:
  • Manage the geoscience functions on an existing asset base
  • Explore the existing asset base to identify new drilling locations
  • Work closely with the Engineering Team to develop drilling plans
  • Coordinate and oversee wellsite geosteering and muddlogging projects
  • Generate reservoir characterization and well performance evaluations
  • Produce maps, geological models, seismic interpretations, etc.
  • Lead technical analysis of potential merger & acquisition prospects
  • Support yearly budgeting, planning, forecasting and hiring projects
  • Make regular presentations to management, the board and investors
  • Liaise closely with Management, Engineering, Land and Field teams

Requirements:

see below


Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s and Master’s in Geology or similar is required
  • 10+ years’ of upstream geoscience experience is required
  • Proven ability to identify and execute merger & acquisition projects
  • Experience utilizing PETRA at a highly-proficient level is preferred
  • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced, small-team environment



Contact Info for Applicants:

To APPLY for the position please email your resume to Daniel or call 1-720-599-3003 Reference number DM25770


Posted 5/04/2015

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Finance Manager - Oil & Gas
Fifth Creek Energy

Position Summary:

Fifth Creek Energy Company, LLC – has an exciting opportunity for a Financial Manager who will support the company’s strategic goals and objectives within its oil and gas exploration and production efforts. The candidate will spearhead the Company’s financial forecasting, annual budgeting process, operating plan variance analysis and special projects. The candidate will provide financial consulting and strategic support to management including preparing presentations, financial presentations, capital expenditure analysis, industry/peer group comparisons, new business opportunities and other projects requested by senior management.  The position is based in Denver, Colorado.


Responsibilities:
  • Prepares financial and business related analysis and research in such areas as financial and expense performance, cost of sales, cash flow forecasting, and working capital.
  • Analyze complex financial information, reports and key performance indicators to provide accurate and timely financial recommendations to management for decision making purposes.
  • Forecast cash flow positions, related borrowing needs, and available funds for investment.
  • Monitor performance indicators, highlighting trends and analyzing causes of unexpected variance
  • Implement and maintain program to use derivative contracts to mitigate financial risks related to the Company’s oil and gas production
  • Prepares consolidated forecasts and budgets and analyzes trends in revenue, expense, capital expenditures and other related areas.
  • Assists with special financial and business related studies and cooperates with other departments in preparing analyses.
  • Develop financial models and analyses to support strategic initiatives.
  • Oversee and manage the continued development of Budgeting, Financial Forecasting, Operating Plan and Modeling tools
  • Prepare presentations to Senior Management Team
  • Ad hoc reporting and analyses, as needed
  • Perform other duties and tasks as assigned by senior management.

Requirements:

see below


Qualifications:
  • Minimum Bachelors in finance, accounting or a related degree
  • CFA/CPA/MBA a plus but not required
  • 7 plus years of work experience in Oil & Gas
  • High attention to detail and accuracy with the ability to package and present information in an effective and efficient manner
  • Strong understanding of mathematical, statistical and other analytical tools
  • Able to coach and mentor direct reports



Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE


Posted 5/04/2015

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Sr. HR Manager/Director
Stellar Recruitment

Position Summary:

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

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


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

Requirements:

see above


Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

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


Posted 3/12/2015

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