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Treasury Accountant
Stellar Recruitment

Position Summary:

Stellar Recruitment is a preferred recruitment partner for a private oil and gas company that is developing properties in Pennsylvania and Texas. Our client has an impressive management team whom have a proven track record of building successful oil and gas companies and they have a clear vision and aggressive growth strategy.

As the TREASURY ACCOUNTANT, you will work on a small, fast-paced team and you will be responsible for ensuring treasury transactions are correctly recorded, monitor cash flow and work with senior stakeholders.


Responsibilities:
  • Control and maintain the company’s bank accounts
  • Maintain all financial records, spreadsheets and logs
  • Oversee hedges, bank payments and settlements
  • Execute any necessary interest and debt services
  • Manage cash flow for multiple, separate entities
  • Analyze debt and interest for external reporting
  • Work with AP, Revenue and JIB to forecast cash
  • Forecast financing requirements for the business
  • Post all treasury transactions to the general ledger
  • Work with auditors for financial reporting projects

Requirements:

see below 


Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance or related is required
  • 5+ years of oil and gas treasury accountant experience is required
  • Experience with BOLO and Wells Fargo Cash Management is a plus



Contact Info for Applicants:

To APPLY for the position please email your resume to daniel@stellarrecruitment.com reference #DM26639


Posted 7/29/2015

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Financial Reporting Accountant
Stellar Recruitment

Position Summary:

Stellar Recruitment is a preferred recruitment partner for a private oil and gas company that is developing properties in Pennsylvania and Texas. Our client has an impressive management team whom have a proven track record of building successful oil and gas companies and they have a clear vision and aggressive growth strategy.

As the FINANCIAL REPORTING ACCOUNTANT, reporting to the Financial Reporting Manger, you will work on a small, fast-paced team and you will be responsible for maintaining, generating and distributing financials and reports for three entities.


Responsibilities:
  • Prepare and manage the financials for three entities
  • Generate and distribute P&L reports to Management
  • Generate and distribute quarterly outlook/forecast reports
  • Generate and distribute actual vs. budgeted cost reports
  • Generate and distribute quarterly/yearend financials
  • Ensure all financial statements are GAAP compliant
  • Work extensively auditors on financial reporting projects
  • Execute exploration & production SEC reporting projects
  • Review and implement accounting best practices
  • Work with the Controller, CFO and senior stakeholders

Requirements:

see below


Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance or related is required
  • 5+ years of oil & gas financial reporting accountant experience is required
  • Experience oil & gas reporting and a public accounting background is a plus



Contact Info for Applicants:

To APPLY for the position please email your resume to daniel@stellarrecruitment.com reference #DM26640


Posted 7/29/2015

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Oil & Gas Accountant
Stellar Recruitment

Position Summary:

Stellar Recruitment is partnered with an established, national accounting firm to recruit an OIL & GAS ACCOUNTANT to their team in Denver. Our client was founded over 50 years ago, they are rated in the Top 50 of Accounting Firms in America and are rated in the Top 15 of Accounting Firms in Denver.


Responsibilities:
  • Utilize general accounting and auditing procedures on projects
  • Provide high-quality, consistent service to a variety of clients
  • Execute challenging client requirements and service requests
  • Take part in the budgetary process for your assigned team
  • Plan and execute your day based on Client Service Standards
  • Identify areas for process and performance improvements
  • Communicate and work closely with your team members
  • Supervise assurance staff assigned to your projects as needed
  • Efficiently and successfully apply the latest in technology to projects
  • Positively contribute to the success of your strategic business unit

Requirements:
  • Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in accounting and CPA preferred
  • 5+ years of oil and gas accounting experience is required
  • Experience working in a public accounting firm preferred

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

To APPLY for the position please email your resume to Daniel – job # DM26558


Posted 7/28/2015

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Executive Marketing Assistant
The Dahill Group

Position Summary:
  • Executive Marketing Assistant Hours per week: 25 (hourly position)
  • Purpose-Provide administrative and clerical support to ensure operations are organized and run efficiently
  • Assist and create sales messages for the company
  • Use a blend of administrative abilities, sales and marketing savvy, and creativity to come up with new ways to grow and promote the company

Responsibilities:
  • Stay up to date on all assignments in a fast paced business environment
  • Manage schedules and coordinate meetings, respond to telephone calls
  • Draft and edit documents and emails, assist with preparation of presentations and other data
  • Keep database up to date: electronic and digital filing as required
  • Manage and update social media sites and websites
  • 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 as well as industry news
  • Blogging and writing online content, promoting the company name
  • Answer phones and assist clients and candidates

Requirements:
  • Personable, presentable, and articulate
  • Effective project management skills
  • Understanding of basic marketing principles and social media marketing techniques including proficiency in Linkedin and Twitter
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Excellent telecommunication skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication
  • Solid work history -Minimum of an Associate Degree

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

Please send resume and cover letter to Elizabeth


Posted 7/28/2015

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Plant Operator
Stellar Recruitment

Position Summary:

Stellar Recruitment is partnered with one of the leaders in the Rocky Mountain midstream oil and gas industry to recruit a PLANT OPERATOR to their team in Colorado. Our client is a private-equity backed firm that specializes in providing natural gas gathering, processing infrastructure and related services for production companies across Colorado.


Responsibilities:
  • Monitor, start-up and troubleshoot outdoor gas plant equipment
  • Manage process conditions, temperatures, flow rates, etc.
  • Sustain product specifications and production target rates
  • Conduct plant read ups necessary for air permit requirements
  • Provide support to drivers for pick up and drop off of product
  • Track inventory on atmospheric tanks and sumps for pick up as needed
  • Monitor the status of remote field compressors through SCADA
  • Coordinate projects with management, maintenance and gas control
  • Oversee spill prevention countermeasures and control (SPCC)
  • Supervise and report any environmental compliance issues

Requirements:
  • 5+ years of natural gas plant operator experience is required
  • Knowledge of facility automation and remote operations is preferred
  • Familiarity with truck load out, compression, cryo, dehy, refrigeration, etc.

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

Please email your resume in to Daniel and reference #DM26569


Posted 7/28/2015

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Senior Production Engineer
Stellar Recruitment

Position Summary:

Stellar Recruitment is partnered with a private exploration & production company that has a proven track record of developing and selling onshore oil and gas assets. Our client has recently commenced their latest projects and they are very well positioned financially as they sold the last version of their company for $3 billion.

Together we are seeking a SENIOR PRODUCTION ENGINEER to join their team in Denver. This position will be tasked with a wide-scope of production optimization, facilities and infrastructure projects as well as supervision of field production personnel.


Responsibilities:
  • Monitor daily production and well performance to optimize the field
  • Execute artificial lift, production optimization and well repair projects
  • Design and construct production facilities and infrastructure projects
  • Recommend optimal downhole and surface facilities configurations
  • Establish and maintain relationships with vendors and service companies
  • Build annual LOE budgets and track and report on costs regularly
  • Support field production and operations personnel  teams with projects
  • Oversee the design and execution of midstream facilities related projects
  • Ensure regulatory compliance with local, state and federal agencies

Requirements:
  • BS in Petroleum Engineering (or related) is required
  • 5-15 years of oil and gas production/operations engineering experience
  • Experience with production facilities, artificial lift and working in the field
  • Exposure to midstream projects (compressors, pipelines, plants, etc.) preferred

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

To APPLY for the position please email your resume to Daniel and reference number DM25181


Posted 7/20/2015

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Manager, Property Administration
Bonanza Creek

Position Summary:

This position manages all land administration and land records reporting responsibilities for all Company oil and gas properties, both producing and non-producing. This position will oversee all departmental functions to ensure accurate, consistent business practices to safeguard the Company’s holdings and interests; the payment of lease rentals, shut-ins and other required payments; and the accurate payment of, and receipt of royalties on joint interest properties.


Responsibilities:
  • Supervises and assists in the training of all land administration staff, including lease analysts, division order analysts, administrative support and land records coordinator
  • Supervises maintenance of files (paper and electronic) which produce a record for analysis of lease terms and conditions and meets requirements for records retention, both internally and as required by SOX
  • Monitors production, leases, contracts and JIB and revenue decks for accuracy
  • Supports regional and corporate landmen roles in all administration and file needs
  • Oversees the development an organized Denver-based central Land file/records room where all paper Land files will be located
  • Verify that physical file collections are maintained and up-to-date
  • Oversee and development and maintenance of file access controls
  • Ensure compliance plan for Company records retention schedule are adhered to
  • Maintain a positive and professional office atmosphere for all land administration team members
  • Follow safe operating practices and ensure compliance with BCEI Environment, Safety & Regulatory requirements
  • Assure all work performed adheres to BCEI standards and are SOX compliant
  • Act as intermediary for all audit related functions, both internally and with outside audit firm as well as providing data required by corporate lenders
  • Acts as liaison between Property Admin and other departments, including but not limited to, Regional Land, Accounting, Engineering, Legal, Tax, Marketing, Corp Dev as well as outside parties
  • Works with Financial Reporting relative to the 10Q and 10K for acreage reporting purposes
  • Performs confidential due diligence for potential acquisitions, including, but not limited to, the confirmation of GWI/NRI for all acquired wells, and the confirmation of gross and net acres on leasehold side and noting any discrepancies to VP of Land
  • Responsible for overseeing complete assimilation of all acquisitions into the Property Admin records,
  • Responsible for assembling all required information, both physically and electronically for all Land Records that may be necessary for a data room as it pertains to potential divestitures
  • Responsible for filling in for Division Order and Lease Records Supervisors in their absence so Bolo experience is required

Requirements:
  • Bachelor’s degree in related field or expected equivalent in experience
  • Supervisory experience managing a Property Administration Department
  • 15-20 years’ experience in all phases of Property Admin, including D/Os, Lease Records, Contracts preferred
  • Working knowledge of the various contracts and an understanding of what information other departments may need that come into Property Admins possession
  • Familiarity with various Agreements and how they impact Property Admin, including, JOA’s, Pooling Agreements, Communitization Agreements and other support agreements
  • An understanding of COGCC rules and regulations relating to spacing, force pooling proceedings, etc.
  • An understanding of the work flow needed between Accounting, Land, Property Admin, Corp Dev, Engineering, Legal, Marketing, Tax, and IT and how to develop and sustain those relationships through clear and concise communication

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE


Posted 7/20/2015

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Manager, Internal Audit
Bonanza Creek

Position Summary:

This position is accountable for planning, organizing and supervising all internal audits (functional and operational), focusing on financial, IT and operational processes and compliance auditing. They build the annual internal audit plan, and champion internal control and corporate governance throughout the business. This role will assist management with Sarbanes-Oxley compliance and will periodically report on internal audit undertakings to the Audit Committee of the Board. In addition, this position will ensure the successful re-design and documentation of processes whether due to transition, quality, efficiency, improvements or performance by working cooperatively with business unit and functional activity management teams. This position will research best practice benchmarks to compare against current processes. This position will direct other internal and external audit personnel.


Responsibilities:
  • Responsible for the planning, development, and implementation of internal audit activities in support of accounting, operations, land, engineering and field operations process improvement, documentation and reporting.
  • Conducts Operational, Financial and Compliance audits based on the annual audit plan.
  • Collaborates in developing audit, compliance and vendor risk assessments on an on-going basis.
  • Assesses & anticipates financial and organizational risks from current and changing business practices, policies, procedures, regulations, and laws. This includes regularly monitoring and analyzing risks and controls, validating information, and auditing for compliance within the position's areas of responsibilities.
  • Coordinates activities with external auditors to support audit and review procedures.
  • Coordinate activities with joint venture auditors to support audit and review procedures.
  • Identifies and assesses the implementation of new controls within the position's areas of responsibilities.
  • Identifies, understands and documents processes and procedures surrounding internal controls.
  • Continually monitors and updates the control environment, keeping abreast of significant control issues, trends and developments.
  • Interfaces with Accounting, IT, Operations, Field Administration personnel to ensure Sarbanes-Oxley 404 objectives and timelines are achieved.
  • Coordinates the performance of management testing of internal controls required by Sarbanes-Oxley.
  • Assists with coordination of the quarterly and annual Sarbanes-Oxley processes.
  • Understands the requirements of and experience in the implementation and testing of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (and related SEC pronouncements) and assists in maintaining processes to ensure compliance with such requirements.
  • Reviews new services and procedures to ensure compliance with regulatory authority.
  • Suggests policy and procedure changes.
  • Understands internal auditing standards, COSO 2013 and risk assessment practices.
  • Understands internal control concepts and applies them to plan, manage and report on the evaluation of business processes/areas/functions.
  • Verifies company assets and assures proper safeguards are in placed to protect them from loss.
  • Maintains a high level of working knowledge of laws and industry guidance for establishing, maintaining and reporting on internal controls.
  • Supports process changes linked to technology initiatives as well as quality, audit and risk management initiatives.
  • Manages the documentation of all process changes, policy changes, and updates.

Requirements:
  • Bachelor’s degree in related field or expected equivalent in experience; Master’s degree strongly preferred
  • CPA certification required
  • Significant auditing experience with emphasis in the Oil & Natural Gas Industry (upstream and midstream)
  • Process knowledge of GAAP and SEC accounting/reporting requirements, 2013 COSO Framework, PCAOB and SEC Guidelines on Internal Controls Over Financial Reporting
  • Familiarity with oil and natural gas operations and accounting fundamentals
  • Experience with COPAS and COPAS best practices
  • Excellent verbal, written communication and presentation skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work effectively with people at all levels of the organization

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE


Posted 7/20/2015

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Production Reporting Analyst
Bonanza Creek Energy

Position Summary:

This position performs substantially complex and varied tasks in support of the Company’s proprietary production reporting system. Additionally, this position monitors the day-to-day accuracy and completeness of reported production and analyses, reports errors as needed.


Responsibilities:
  • Be the system matter expert on the Merrick System operations
  • Setting up wells in the system, as necessary
  • Working with Engineering on how wells are comingled in field
  • Assist in QC Daily data into Procount and Carte systems
  • Ensure SCADA data is set up and uploads into Procount daily
  • Performs daily and monthly allocations, as necessary
  • Upload monthly allocated production numbers to accounting
  • Work with accounting to ensure numbers tie out
  • Work with IT to ensure that all systems and communications are operational
  • Perform monthly Fed and State regulatory reports and coordinate with agencies on reports when applicable
  • Download monthly production to Reservoir Engineering group
  • Validation of estimated monthly production accruals, and estimated revenue reports
  • Monthly verification of run ticket data to matching purchaser’s statement
  • Assist Production Reporting Manager with Gas Shrink Evaluation projects
  • Assist in the setup, maintenance and evaluation of fuel usage metering in the system
  • Assist the Environmental Department in QC of ACTS field data to ensure compliance
  • Act as administrator for the company’s proposed central data warehouse

Requirements:
  • High School Diploma or equivalency required
  • 5-10 years of prior experience in a Production Reporting Role within the Oil and Gas industry
  • Strong proficiency in Microsoft Office, prior experience with P2/Merrick systems is a plus
  • Excellent interpersonal and written communication, attention to detail and organizational skills is a must
  • Ability to meet deadlines and advance multiple projects concurrently

Qualifications:

see below




Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE


Posted 7/15/2015

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Senior Reservoir Engineer
Stellar Recruitment

Position Summary:

Stellar Recruitment is partnered with an established, private oil and gas company to recruit a SENIOR RESERVOIR ENGINEER to their team in Denver, Colorado. Our client is well-funded and has a long-term approach to building onshore oil and gas assets.

As the SENIOR RESERVOIR ENGINEER, reporting to the Engineering Manager, you will be responsible for field development, field optimization and acquisition and divestiture projects.


Responsibilities:
  • Develop and implement field enhancement / optimization projects
  • Oversee reservoir surveillance projects to monitor production performance
  • Generate reservoir studies, decline curve analysis, waterflood studies, etc.
  • Identify and execute opportunities for new drill and workover projects
  • Prepare production forecasts, budgets, development plans and presentations
  • Create economic evaluations for development and exploration projects
  • Organize and maintain well and field data for quarterly/yearly reserves
  • Work with non-operated partners and provide them with technical feedback
  • Evaluate and make recommendations on acquisition & divestiture prospects

Requirements:

see below


Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s degree in Petroleum Engineering (or similar) is required
  • 10+ years of oil and gas reservoir engineering experience is required
  • Expertise with onshore, unconventional oil and gas projects preferred
  • Field development, exploration, reserves and A&D experience is preferred
  • Proficiency with economic analysis and ARIES software (or similar) is required



Contact Info for Applicants:

To APPLY for the position please email your resume to Daniel and reference #DM26205


Posted 7/15/2015

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EH&S Manager
Stellar Recruitment

Position Summary:

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

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


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

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

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

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


Posted 6/19/2015

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Sr. HR Manager/Director
Stellar Recruitment

Position Summary:

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

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


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

Requirements:

see above


Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

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


Posted 3/12/2015

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