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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:

Apply HERE


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:

Apply HERE


Posted 9/30/2014

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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:

Apply HERE


Posted 9/30/2014

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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



Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE


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:

Apply HERE


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:

Apply via COGA's LinkedIn Group


Posted 9/26/2014

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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:

Apply HERE


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:

Apply HERE


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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Environmental Professional II
Whiting Petroleum

Position Summary:

Perform duties to comply with state and federal environmental laws, address potential environmental liabilities and/or remediate leaks, spills and past environmental conditions.  Provides support and guidance to Field Environmental Coordinators on key environmental issues and assists peers in meeting departmental goals.  This is a mid-level position that relies, in part, on instruction from peers and pre-established guidelines to perform job functions.


Responsibilities:
  • Serves as primary environmental contact to an assigned area of productions and/or plant operation within the Company
  • Performs and reviews technical work to ensure compliance with environmental requirements
  • Assists in the development, implementation, and maintenance of programs, systems, and procedures to ensure compliance with environmental requirements
  • May recommend improvements in processes, management systems, procedures, and operating equipment to comply with environmental requirements
  • Works with other to respond to and investigates environmental incidents such as spills, releases, NOVs, and complaints
  • Conducts employee training and emergency preparedness
  • Provides basic regulatory interpretations and technical advice to operating assets utilizing effective communications techniques
  • Develops and maintains working knowledge of existing and proposed environmental regulations
  • Assists with due diligence on possible and current merger and acquisition activities
  • Acts as environmental lead on audits

Requirements:
  • Bachelor’s degree or an advanced degree in environmental science, engineering, or a related degree, OR equivalent experience and training
  • Professional Engineering license required  
  • At least 3 to 7 years of related environmental experience  
  • Knowledge of environmental laws; including but not limited to Clean Air Act, RCRA, SDWA, CERCLA, SARA, Clean Water Act, and various state environmental laws  
  • Knowledge of Oil and Gas processes and equipment 
  • Must have advanced mathematical, science and analytical abilities 
  • Must possess effective written and oral communication skills
  • Must be able to travel, prepare written communications, present information to others, enter data into various programs
  • Must be able to multi-task

Job/Office Conditions:

  •     Up to twenty five percent of this position’s job responsibilities will involve travel
  •     Must be comfortable in various work settings including office, field, plant, and pipeline facilities
  •     Computer work is required

Safety Concerns:

  • Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds without assistance
  • Must be able to drive in all types of weather conditions  
  • Will be standing and walking up to 50% of the time 
  • May be required to wear respiratory protection equipment in potentially hazardous environments 
  • Ability to stoop and bend on a frequent basis

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE


Posted 9/19/2014

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Senior Mechanical Engineer
IPS Engineering/EPC

Position Summary:

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


Responsibilities:
  • Provide sketches, calculation and design for high pressure mechanical equipment used in the production and transportation of oil and gas.
  • Incorporate company/client technical standards, guidelines, industry codes, government regulations and best practices into external and internal deliverables.
  • Interface with the client’s technical personnel on specific project design items or tasks.
  • Assist with preparation of pipeline proposals and estimates.
  • The Senior Mechanical Engineer may be asked to participate in regional strategic and operational planning activities to address key customer initiatives.
  • Prepare the appropriate technical specifications, reports and correspondence for review and approval regarding materials, engineered equipment, and construction within specific discipline.
  • May assign tasks and coordinate the work of interns, drafters, technicians, craft personnel and/or others and provides guidance and mentoring to less experienced engineers.
  • Responsible for continuous self-development of technical skills and competencies.
  • Evaluate vendor’s documentation, drawings, and technical bids and provide the necessary recommendations to support the project.
  • Ensure consistency, quality and timeliness of Mechanical discipline deliverables including technical oversight of the engineering and design checking and approval effort.
  • Coordinates/leads critical projects or portions of projects (including phases such as research, design, equipment selection, procurement support, installation and commissioning), under the direction of a Chief Engineer.
  • Performs activities such as budgeting, estimating, forecasting, accounting, work order management, in support of engineering projects.
  • Support Business Development efforts to maintain customer satisfaction for existing clients and attract new customers.
  • Responsible for continuous self-development of technical skills and competencies.

Requirements:
  • Professional Engineer license is preferred. Bachelor of Science in Engineering (BSE) in Mechanical Engineering. PMP certification is a plus.
  • Minimum of 10 years of experience planning, designing and constructing oil and gas pipelines and facilities.
  • Familiarity with pipeline codes and standards of practice including US Department of Transportation code CFR 195 and 192 and American Society of Mechanical Engineers code 31.4 and 31.8.
  • Must be able to clearly communicate to other team members and client personnel.
  • Experience with Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics.
  • Must be able to write clearly and concisely to prepare technical reports, specifications and correspondence.
  • Good leadership, project management, conflict resolution and interpersonal skills.
  • Proficient in use of Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook and discipline specific software packages.
  • Must be able to pass an initial non-DOT Drug Test and random testing thereafter.
  • Must pass Motor Vehicle Records (MVR) check. Must be able to pass background check.

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

Please send cover letter with salary history and resume HERE


Posted 9/17/2014

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Environmental Field Specialist
RTS Corp

Position Summary:

Are you ready to start the next exciting chapter in your career? This is an excellent opportunity for a candidate who is dedicated to excellence in environmental safety. In this position you will be responsible for all field environmental and regulatory compliance. This will include, environmental and regulatory inspections, spill prevention and response, ground water and soil sampling, site characterization and remediation and agency notification and corrective action follow through. Understanding, communicating and tracking local, state and federal laws and regulatory requirements and implementing compliance programs and improvements will be a major aspect to this job. The ideal candidate will be someone who is extremely detail oriented and has the drive to creatively recommend better actions and procedures to ensure environmental and regulatory compliance. This role is with a well-established and stable oil and gas company with major assets throughout Colorado.


Responsibilities:
  • SPCC and Storm-water compliance documentation, training programs including understanding and communicating changes of the state, federal or local requirements as necessary to maintain compliant, spill prevention, and storm water programs.
  • Responsible for spill response, cleanup coordination, investigation, reporting.
  • Coordination of required sampling and testing necessary for filing appropriate reports to COGCC, CDPHE and EPA.
  • Assist with pollution investigations including determining sampling locations and methods, and collection of water, soil and wastewater samples for analysis, preserving samples with appropriate containers and preservation methods.
  • Coordinate pre and post sampling and reporting as necessary for ground water testing required in coordination with the drilling program for COGCC rule 318 A, 609, or other programs.
  • Responsible for field implementation of E&P and hazardous waste management programs including waste manifest tracking.
  • Understanding and communicating E&P and hazardous waste rules and regulations through training programs.
  • Recommending corrective actions for improving field compliance and assist Environmental Regulatory Manager in development of cost effective solutions.
  • Evaluate chemical and product label information for accuracy and conformance to regulatory requirements.
  • Verify that hazardous chemicals are handled, stored, and disposed of in accordance with regulations.
  • Monitor follow-up actions in cases where violations were found, and review compliance monitoring reports.
  • Review, organize, and maintain inspection records, and track corrective actions to completion for both internal and agency inspections.

Requirements:
  • Must have at least five years of experience in oil and gas environmental and regulatory compliance.
  • Must have a bachelor’s degree in a relatable discipline.
  • Must have in-depth knowledge and proven experience with storm water, SPCC, ground water sampling, soil sampling, E&P waste, hazardous waste and spill response prevention.
  • Must have 40 Hour Hazwoper Training.
  • Must have experience working with CDPHE, COGCC and EPA Region 8.

Qualifications:

see above




Contact Info for Applicants:

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Posted 9/17/2014

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GIS Analyst
QEP Resources

Position Summary:

Provide primary GIS support for the Midstream business group. Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Perform data management tasks for GIS
  • Provide mapping and data distribution support for the business
  • Accountable for GIS data quality
  • Primary department interface with Operations, Engineering, Integrity and other departments

Responsibilities:
  • Manage and maintain the GIS database through editing and quality assurance best practices
  • Incorporate GIS data from various sources and in various formats into the GIS system
  • Understand strategic value of data and develop processes to improve efficiencies and data quality practices
  • Implement and manage workflow processes to ensure that GIS system is updated timely, accurately and complete
  • Work with other departments to define and coordinate data management processes including survey data collection, inspections and project completion reports
  • Develop, implement, and manage processes to perform routine data analysis and generate reports that are accurate and repeatable with minimal manual data manipulation
  • Manage mapping and data distribution methods that allow the business to leverage GIS
  • Provide GIS related technical expertise and training to the business
  • Perform data technician and survey tasks as needed

Requirements:
  • Minimum of 5 years relevant GIS experience in any of the following industries: oil refining, chemicals, natural gas processing, compression, and/or pipeline operations
  • Valid driver’s license and acceptable driving record
  • Must be proficient in the use of personal computers, including the Microsoft Office Suite; ESRI GIS software (current version); other GIS software (DeLorme, FME, Trimble, etc.)
  • Skill in relating interpersonally with field operators, engineers, office administrators, and management
  • Must be able to maintain a high level of accuracy, detail, and productivity in all aspects of work and systematically organize large amounts of data, files, and information
  • Ability to follow written and oral instructions; see objects at close range; effectively communicate orally and in writing; be courteous to co-workers and customers; maintain positive relationships in a fast-paced work environment, meet project deadlines, and refrain from abusive or profane language and behavior in the workplace.

Qualifications:
  • College Degree in GIS Information Systems
  • DeLorme Xmap administration experience
  • Esri ArcGIS for Server and PODS database experience


Requires working in a fast-paced collaborative team environment. May require additional work hours, overnight travel, and/or weekend work for project completion, working in inclement weather and in field conditions (including slippery and uneven surfaces), and operating a 4WD vehicle.


Contact Info for Applicants:

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Posted 9/15/2015

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Facilities Project Engineer
Bonanza Creek

Position Summary:

The Facilities Project Engineer is responsible for providing/coordinating technical designs, cost estimates, scheduling, tracking, and installation of production facilities to support the assigned region’s operations. As part of the facilities group, this position will work with operations to optimize area performance, reduce LOE and FOE, and increase production.  This position will coordinate a range of facilities projects from implementation through all phases of the project, construction phase will be managed by the Construction Superintendent.


Responsibilities:
  • Responsible for defining the project scope, schedule, and drawings of production facilities with the goal of minimizing spud-to-sales cycle times.
  • Oversee contract engineering for project development as needed.
  • Provides on-going project status updates to Facilities Manager and operations group.
  • Work closely with EH&S staff to monitor emissions requirements and implement concepts to ensure compliance while maximizing production.
  • Develop basic Gantt charts and/or project schedules with the goal of delivering projects on time.
  • Generate ideas/opportunities for project optimization.
  • Incorporate feedback from operations and construction during project development and provide support as needed to the Construction Superintendent during construction phase.
  • Projects may include wellhead & gas lift compression, central production facilities, vapor recovery systems, pipeline gathering systems, centralized compression, oil polishing facilities, and produced water disposal facilities.
  • Provide estimates for AFE process and track actual facility/pipeline/compression costs for comparison.
  • Work closely with GIS technician to ensure accurate and timely mapping and tracking of all pipeline and well site facilities.
  • Is a leader in safe operating practices and ensures compliance with BCEI Environment, Safety & Regulatory requirements as well as API, DOT, and OSHA best practices.
  • Assure all work performed adheres to BCEI standards.
  • Perform all other duties as assigned.

Requirements:

see below


Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s degree in Petroleum, Chemical, or Mechanical Engineering or equivalent education and previous oil and gas facility experience
  • Minimum of 5+ years progressive oil and gas facility engineering experience required, with 10+ years facility experience in the Rockies and/or DJ Basins is preferred
  • Proven knowledge in facility design and engineering calculations and concepts.  Ability to consider cost as part of facility design and selection 
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office, MS Project a plus
  • Strong interpersonal and written communication, organization and analytical skills
  • Ability to work as part of a team and in a consultative manner with operations
  • Ability to meet deadlines and advance multiple projects concurrently
  • Ability to travel to various field office locations as needed
  • Must have a valid driver’s license and be able to pass a driving and criminal background check



Contact Info for Applicants:

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Posted 9/12/2014

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Landman-Greater Green River Basin
Anadarko Petroleum

Position Summary:

This position is located in Anadarko's Rockies Region as a member of the GGRB/Land Grant Team.


Responsibilities:
  • Negotiate and prepare agreements including joint development agreements, joint operation agreements, farm-in agreements and other agreements required for the acquisition of oil and gas leases and producing properties in support of Anadarko’s drilling rig program in Wyoming.
  • Review, analyze and cure title for drilling and manage field brokers for leasing acreage and title attorneys in preparation of drilling title opinions in support of APC’s drilling program.
  • Communicate and work closely with other disciplines including engineers, geologists, geophysicists and in developing prospects for drilling as well as a multitude of departments/groups within Anadarko such as Land Administration, Revenue and JIB Accounting, Legal, Regulatory, Treasury and field operations.

Requirements:

Education:

  • Candidate should possess a Bachelor’s degree in Petroleum Land or Energy Management, Business, Law or other relevant degree
  • Grade and Salary will be commensurate with relevant education and experience

Relocation:

  • This position is eligible for domestic relocation

Travel Requirements:

  • The percentage of travel required for this position is 0 – 10%

Qualifications:
  • Minimum of 2 years of successful oil and gas land management experience is required
  • Negotiation and preparation of oil and gas lease
  • Experience in interpreting and preparing agreements including Joint Development Agreements, Joint Operating Agreements, Farm-in Agreements, Unit Agreements and Purchase and Sale Agreements
  • Experience in land, legal, title and regulatory issues in horizontal drilling operations preferred



Contact Info for Applicants:

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Posted 9/12/2014

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HRIS Project Analyst
Calfrac Well Services Corp.

Position Summary:

The HRIS Project Analyst will be a member of the Corporate Division, responsible for supporting the US HR team ensuring data integrity within our integrated HRIS system UltiPro for employee and organizational data. This includes proposing system enhancements and process improvements based on the analysis of current business processes to increase efficiency and accuracy. This position serves as the first point of contact for our US district offices regarding time and attendance and core HR functionality. Reporting to the Sr. Manager Global Payroll and HRIS, the HRIS Project Analyst will also provide support to HR and other business units within the organization for ad hoc reports, queries and regulatory reporting needs.


Responsibilities:
  • Policy and procedure development for HRIS processes consistent with Calfrac standards and internal controls
  • Primary point of contact to the US HR team for UltiPro support
  • Engaged in decision making and recommendations as it pertains to the HRIS system configuration for the following but not limited to: Compensation, Benefits, Payroll and Security
  • Works on the execution of specific projects ensuring deadlines and deliverables are achieved
  • Liaison with other payroll divisions to ensure standardized processes and controls are in place in regards to data capture
  • Drive efficiencies in payroll processes by leveraging industry best practices
  • Create process and training documentation as required
  • Assist with developing and maintaining appropriate security roles for HRIS users and request changes to security roles as required
  • Provide user support for HRIS including currently used modules of Ultipro (HR/Payroll/Recruitment/ESS/MSS/Time and Attendance) and interface to 3rd party providers
  • Respond to reporting requests and develop tools for HR staff to access the information
  • Provide reporting support to the HR/Payroll team including headcount, reconciliations (tax/benefits/payroll), compensation, financial reporting
  • Assist with audits to ensure accuracy of information
  • Travel as required

Requirements:
  • Demonstrated analytical, research, problem solving skills
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and the understanding for the need for confidentialityAbility to communicate effectively with a varied client base
  • Demonstrates a serious commitment to accuracy and quality while meeting goals and deadlines
  • Ability to work independently and excel in a collaborative environment

Technical Competencies:

  • Extensive technical / systems based knowledge and understanding
  • Aptitude for learning and developing tools/reporting to support the needs of the business
  • Demonstrated success with leading the creation of business process and improvement initiatives
  • Ability to generate reports with a high attention to detail
  • Strong working knowledge of Excel, Word and PowerPoint

Qualifications:
  • 5 years of related Business Analyst work experience
  • Prior experience with integrating HR systems administration
  • Previous Experience with Ultipro is considered an asset
  • Demonstrated knowledge of US payroll legislation



Contact Info for Applicants:

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Posted 9/12/2014

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Field Specialist - Stimulation
Baker Hughes

Position Summary:

Baker Hughes Incorporated has an opening for a Field Specialist in Stimulation for Brighton, CO.


Responsibilities:
  • Responsible for ensuring all Stimulation jobs are completed to customer expectations
  • Work with Stimulation crew to troubleshoot any issues and maintain job accuracy
  • Manage field crew on location as well as pre and post trip
  • Delegate responsibilities to crew hands while in the field
  • Ensure employee safety and HSE standards are maintained

Requirements:
  • High School Diploma or equivalent.
  • 2 years’ experience in Stimulation/Frac

Qualifications:

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS/REQUIREMENTS

  • 2 years’ experience in Stimulation with Baker Hughes
  • Strong computer skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Prior management experience



Contact Info for Applicants:

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Posted 9/12/2014

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Staff Auditor
DCP Midstream

Position Summary:

This position will be responsible for scoping, planning, and performing business process internal control audits to appraise the adequacy and efficiency of financial and operational controls in place to mitigate risks. The incumbent will be expected to produce quality results within time constraints to support the business while maintaining objectivity and independence. This position will have the ability to contribute to the design of Internal Audit’s work processes and practices.


Responsibilities:
  • Lead and/or participate in audit engagement planning, scoping, execution, reporting, and follow-up as described below.
  • Understand company policy and procedures
  • Understand the business area being audited (organization, processes, etc.)
  • Analyze detailed business processes/transactions to assess effectiveness and efficiency of controls and risk mitigation
  • Identify control improvement opportunities
  • Document, present and report audit findings in compliance with methodology and professional standards
  • This work will typically be performed in a team environment at locations ranging from Company headquarters offices to plant operating locations.
  • This position requires the ability to focus on business facts without being intimidated when questioned or challenged.

Requirements:

Minimum qualifications:

  • This position requires a bachelor’s or advanced degree in finance, accounting, business administration, or a similar degree field, or equivalent experience and training.
  • Other educational disciplines may be considered if the candidate possesses experience in internal audit or in the gas gathering and processing and/or gas and gas liquids marketing industry.
  • Incumbents for this position will generally have 5 or more years of professional experience.
  • Must be able to work in varying locations, hear and be heard, prepare written communications, present information to others, enter data into various programs, and be able to stoop and bend on a frequent basis.

Qualifications:
  • Excellent interpersonal, organizational and teamwork skills
  • Ability to teach and mentor peers
  • Ability to be led by peers
  • Solid verbal and written communication skills and the ability to effectively communicate at all levels and disciplines of the organization
  • Adheres to the highest standards of ethical behavior when carrying out job responsibilities and interfacing with others
  • Self-starter with ability to motivate others
  • An aptitude to understand and appreciate internal controls and risk mitigation
  • Capacity to manage multiple tasks and overall work assignment flexibility
  • Ability to travel as business needs dictate (25% to 35%)

Desired qualifications

  • Professional designation (e.g., Certified Internal Auditor, Certified Information Systems Auditor, Certified Public Accountant, etc.) and previous internal audit experience is preferred but not required.
  • Previous work experience in the Oil and Gas Industry with an emphasis in natural gas gathering and processing and/or natural gas and gas liquids marketing is preferred but not required.


 




Contact Info for Applicants:

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Drilling Consultant
DTC Energy Group

Position Summary:

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


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

Requirements:

see below


Qualifications:
  • Experience with air drilling required
  • Experience in the Utica / Marcellus Shale strongly preferred
  • 5+ years of experience as a drilling consultant
  • 7+ years of experience in horizontal drilling
  • Additional experience with under-balanced, over-pressured drilling
  • Strong dedication to safety
  • Proficient with Pason / WellView
  • 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



Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply via COGA's LinkedIn Group


Posted 9/12/2014

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Completions Engineer
PDC Energy

Position Summary:

Provide completion and operation engineering support for PDC’s Wattenberg Asset. A strong focus on completion design and studying capital program results to improve future efforts. Work closely with Geology and Production Operations to implement findings.


Responsibilities:
  • Design completions for horizontal well program, including liner strategy and hydraulic fracturing
  • Develop and maintain data sets for analysis and coordinate closely with field operations and geology to implement recommendations
  • Monitor and evaluate horizontal program in order to improve future horizontal development; 4. Present analytical results to senior management and staff on frequent basis
  • Provide technical support for field operations and other departments (production and reservoir
  • Participate in well reviews with team and field personnel
  • Perform and assume other duties and responsibilities as may be required at the direction of the Lead Engineer
  • Mentor junior engineers.

Requirements:
  • Solid engineering skills
  • Operational knowledge, i.e. completions, production, facilities, and drilling
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work in a cross-functional team setting
  • Knowledge of hydraulic fracturing design and applicable programs
  • Understanding of lab techniques surrounding cement, fracturing and water testing
  • Close coordination and communication with field personnel
  • Strong computer skills required
  • Strong technical writing skills
  • Ability to effectively communicate verbally and in writing
  • Must have strong sense of integrity
  • Must be a self-starter and able to work with minimal supervision
  • Must be able to multi-task effectively and to manage multiple deadlines
  • Ability to take an active role in team meetings and decisions

Qualifications:

Minimum requirement of bachelor’s degree in Petroleum Engineering preferred with Mechanical/Chemical Engineering degree possibly considered

Minimum 5 years relevant engineering experience in Oil and Gas E&P.




Contact Info for Applicants:

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Posted 9/12/2014

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Development Engineer
PDC Energy

Position Summary:

Perform detailed engineering work related to reservoir engineering studies, corporate reserves and other business development projects as needed.


Responsibilities:
  • Assist with preparing schedule and production models for the corporate budget and interface with business development to ensure the company is on plan
  • Complete general engineering projects as directed by lead engineer
  • Mentor junior engineers in department
  • Perform work on asset-specific reservoir engineering projects to aid in identifying additional upside and project inventory
  • Collaborate frequently with other departments, particularly Land and Geology, to execute the corporate plan
  • Interact with Production Engineers to provide information on individual well and area reserves as requested
  • Conduct detailed reservoir studies and analysis, present findings to team and senior management as needed
  • Work with Asset Teams to keep the inventory of drilling locations updated
  • Assist with acquisitions and special projects as needed
  • Evaluate production data via Decline Curve Analysis and other methods
  • Assist with engineering components of location planning (ex: facilities)
  • Create and maintain drilling and completions schedule, including inventory, timing and budget.

Requirements:
  • Possess working knowledge of Aries or similar reserve evaluation software package, database manipulation (Access, SQL), Excel, and Word
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Familiarity with the Rocky Mountain area
  • Broad knowledge of and working experience in reservoir engineering
  • Ability to prioritize multiple tasks
  • Good communication skills
  • Effective problem solving and critical thinking
  • Ability to self manage and self motivate

Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s degree in Petroleum Engineering or Chemical Engineering
  • Minimum 5 years of experience.



Contact Info for Applicants:

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Sr Administrative Assistant - Rockies Drilling
Anadarko Petroleum Corp.

Position Summary:

This position will support the General Manager of the Drilling Rockies Region in Anadarko’s Denver, CO office.


Responsibilities:
  • Provide diverse administrative support which includes maintaining smooth operation of the office and coordinating staff schedules and calendars
  • Schedule meetings, catering, travel, conferences and other events (both internal and external) utilizing a wide array of electronic media
  • Receive guests, handle departmental mail, screen and direct calls, and maintain both electronic and hard copy files
  • Design and generate reports, presentations and miscellaneous correspondence as required
  • Prepare, submit and track expense reports
  • Coordinate office moves
  • Order office supplies, business cards and stationary
  • Other administrative duties as assigned
  • May need to preserve confidentiality of some assigned tasks.

Requirements:

see below


Qualifications:
  • Minimum 5 years’ relevant experience in the oil and gas industry and a working knowledge of the terms and vocabulary of the industry
  • Demonstrated proficiency in Microsoft Office usage (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook) required
  • Other essential qualifications include strong communication skills, both written and verbal, and the ability to problem solve and multi-task
  • Excellent planning and organizational skills, the ability to work independently and to work effectively under tight deadlines are required
  • Accuracy, efficiency, professionalism and discretion must be exercised due to the sensitive nature of information to be handled
  • Must be a team player and a self-starter



Contact Info for Applicants:

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Posted 9/5/2014

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Facilities Supervisor
QEP Resources

Position Summary:

Facilities Supervisor-QEP Resources, Inc. - Greater Denver Area


Responsibilities:
  • Provides professional and technical guidance in the development and implementation of facility planning, standards, projects, space planning, move coordination and furniture specification and installation coordination.
  • Coordinates with architecture/engineering firms in developing design criteria and preparing layout and detail drawings.
  • Participates in all site inspections, coordinates and submits reports to building manager regarding equipment and repairs machinery as needed.
  • Develops and adheres to the preventative maintenance programs.
  • Works with departments to design positive space changes in their specific areas.
  • Assists in the day-to-day operations of facilities management.
  • Supervises Facilities Coordinator.

Requirements:
  • Takes projects from original concept through final implementation.
  • Develops detailed work plans, schedules, project estimates, resource plans, budgets and status reports.
  • Responsible for project tracking and analysis.
  • Responsible for developing execution plans to achieve construction project milestones and to minimize costs for a single project or area.
  • Oversees project execution and monitors critical path schedules and deliverables
  • Reviews and estimates design costs including equipment, installation, labor, materials, preparation, and other related costs. Inspects or directs the inspection of construction and installation progress to ensure conformance to established drawings, specifications, and schedules.

Qualifications:

Minimum Qualifications:

  • 5+ years experience in facilities management with supervisory experience.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills with all levels of the organization.
  • Strong work ethic with excellent attention to detail.
  • Customer service approach with corporate services experience
  • Strong project management skills with a focus on results
  • Ability to adapt, learn on the fly and be flexible
  • Working knowledge of budget development and adherence

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Industry experience a plus but not required
  • Bachelor’s degree preferred



Contact Info for Applicants:

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Production Tax Accountant
Whiting Petroleum

Position Summary:

Whiting Petroleum Corporation is seeking an experienced Senior Production Tax Accountant for our corporate office in Denver Colorado.


Responsibilities:
  • File conservation, severance, and withholding taxes as well as royalties
  • Allocate sales volumes and value
  • Gather required information to complete tax filing
  • Monthly reconciliation of tax and royalty accounts
  • Research and resolve discrepancies
  • Verify sold volumes matches purchaser statements
  • Special projects and all other duties assigned by manager

Requirements:
  • Intermediate to advanced Microsoft excel skill
  • Knowledge of tax rules and regulations for various states
  • Research of tax rules and regulations for various states
  • Independent, self-motivated, and self sufficient
  • Ability to communicate with state agencies, external contacts, and employees
  • Must be accurate and detail oriented
  • Must have a positive attitude

Qualifications:
  • A Bachelors Degree in accounting is preferable
  • 5+  years of oil and gas accounting is preferable
  • 5+  years of production/revenue tax accounting is preferable



Contact Info for Applicants:

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Sr. Landman, Business Development-Colorado
Bonanza Creek

Position Summary:

Under minimal review, handles land assignments of broad scope and moderate difficulty.  Level is viewed as a qualified, competent Landman professional.  Able to carry out the majority of land projects independently.  Coordinates the acquisition of oil and gas leases and title work.  Works under minimal supervision.  A high degree of creativity and latitude, especially in agreement negotiations, is required.


Responsibilities:
  • Prepares correspondence and transmittals
  • Prepares contracts, associated exhibits and instruments (i.e. Purchase and Sale Agreements, Participation Agreements, Exploration Agreements, Joint Operating Agreements, Communitization Agreements, Pooling Agreements, Trade/Exchange Agreements, Farm-in/Farm-out Agreements, Federal Unit Agreements and Unit
  • Operating Agreements, Assignments, Oil and Gas Leases, Surface Use Agreements, Right of Way Agreements)
  • Negotiates various agreements with land owners (Oil and Gas Leases, Surface Use Agreements, Rights of Way)
  • Negotiates some of the company’s frequently used contracts (i.e. Joint Operating Agreements, Communitization Agreements, Pooling Agreements Assignments, Surface Use Agreements, Rights of Way, and Leases)
  • Reviews and approves invoices, and circulates for approvals
  • Responds to partner inquiries and royalty/surface owner problems
  • Orders and reviews abstracts, drilling title opinions, division order title opinions
  • Responsible for the acquisition of oil and gas leasehold and title curative, as required for drilling activity
  • Reviews all necessary documentation for Land approval of drilling, workovers, refracs, recompletions or plug and abandonment of operated and non-operated wells (i.e. title opinions, title curative, oil and gas lease provisions, existing land contracts, AFE’s and drilling permits)
  • Communicates with various federal and state agency personnel
  • Trains and mentors Landman I, Landman II and Land Technicians
  • Monitors and helps to manage land budget for specified area(s)
  • Confirms land ownership and availability for lease/purchase
  • Ensures compliance with government regulations
  • Prepares, finalizes and submits proposal letters to partners on well drilling, workovers, completions and lease acquisitions
  • Coordinates and monitors Lease plays: manage brokers, prepare prospect status reports, contribute to mapping process
  • 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
  • Follow safe operating practices and ensure compliance with BCEI Environment, Safety & Regulatory requirements
  • Assure all work performed adheres to BCEI standards
  • Ensures compliance with all internal BCEI policies and Sarbanes-Oxley requirements for publicly traded companies
  • Perform all other duties as assigned

Requirements:

see below


Qualifications:
  • Bachelor degree in Land Management or related field; or Registered Professional Landman certification; or expected equivalent in experience required at minimum
  • Typically requires at least 7 years of Landman experience in a fast-paced, multi-demand atmosphere with the ability to multi-task while ensuring accuracy and quality standards are met.
  • Strong working knowledge of Leases, Division Orders, pooling, unitization, spacing, oil and gas commission rules, rights-of-way
  • Strong interpersonal and written communication, organization, consultative, recordkeeping, analytical and problem solving skills
  • Strong working knowledge of a wide variety of Land Contracts and associated provisions
  • Strong 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 regarding matters pertaining to the project/assignment
  • Proven advanced negotiation skills
  • Strong writer of agreements, reports, summaries, and correspondence
  • Has developed beneficial working relationships with 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
  • 10+ years or intermediate proficiency in: Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint); State and Federal Oil and Gas Websites (COGCC, Weld County iCris, BLM)



Contact Info for Applicants:

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E & I Tech - Wattenberg Ops Electrical
Anadarko Petroleum Corp.

Position Summary:

This E & I Technician position is located in Anadarko’s Rockies Region as a member of the Wattenberg Operations Electrical Team in Platteville, CO and will be responsible for electrical / automation project implementation and daily electrical maintenance activities.


Responsibilities:
  • Oversee electrical / automation development
  • Special project management including raptor protection, landowner issues, code clarification, spatial data
  • Contractor management
  • Coordinate APC projects with relevant third party companies
  • Troubleshoot and resolve various electrical / automation issues in the field
  • Provide support as required to various electrical teams in the Rockies region
  • Conduct appropriate electrical / automation training for field personnel
  • Safety review of Standard Operating Guidelines (SOG’s) and compliance with other safety programs

Requirements:

Education:

  • Candidate must possess a high school education or equivalent.
  • Grade and salary will be commensurate with relevant education and experience.

Certifications/Licenses:

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

Relocation:

  • This position may be eligible for domestic relocation.

Travel Requirements:

  • The percentage of travel required for this position is 0 – 10%.

Work Schedule:

  • Typically a 40 hour/week Monday – Friday schedule with 24/7 on call duty required.

Qualifications:
  • Minimum 1 year relevant experience preferred; oil and gas experience preferred
  • 12/24 VDC knowledge
  • Medium voltage knowledge; 600 VAC
  • PLC and Ladder Logic proficient
  • PC proficiency; experienced use with Microsoft Suite of products to include Word, Excel, and Outlook
  • Must have strong written and verbal communication skills and analytical / problem solving skills
  • Must be self-motivated and a good team player
  • Must be flexible and willing to adapt to changing business requirements



Contact Info for Applicants:

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Survey Technician
LW Survey

Position Summary:

The Survey Technician is responsible for downloading, processing and performing quality control review of survey data provided by field crews, as well as preparing and drafting plats, drawings and stakeout files.  Responsibilities will also include maintaining the electronic survey data storage location, and frequent communication with supervisor regarding data review processes and progress.  The ideal candidate for this position will have an understanding of land surveying and pipeline surveying activities, in regards to both field work and office work.


Responsibilities:
  • Downloads, processes and provides initial quality control checks on all survey data received for preliminary pipeline surveys and pipeline construction projects
  • Prepares point calculations, stakeout plots and upload files for field crew staking
  • Ensures that all survey data files are maintained in the appropriate electronic storage location and all company drafting standards are used and upheld
  • Works closely with Mapping/GIS Department to ensure that all asset data being utilized is the most current and correct information available
  • Performs research, drafting and brief legal description writing for the preparation of certified plats, corner records and other survey exhibits
  • Reviews/Checks own work before submittal to supervisor
  • Communicates data review and drafting progress updates regularly with supervisor
  • Communicates field survey needs and provides technical support to field crews

Requirements:
  • Able to work and communicate effectively with all levels of co-workers, clients, and other external contacts
  • Must be able to manage many tasks simultaneously and excel in a fast-paced environment
  • Must be a team player and a goal-oriented individual who functions with the highest level of integrity and professionalism
  • Demonstrates the ability to implement and communicate new ideas
  • Demonstrates computer and technical knowledge, including experience with Trimble Office products, Microsoft Office products, AutoCAD, and GPS surveying equipment

Qualifications:
  • 0-2 years directly related experience with survey data review, drafting and field survey procedures



Contact Info for Applicants:

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Posted 9/3/2014

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Sr Spatial Data Analyst-Wattenberg
Anadarko Petroleum Corporation

Position Summary:

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


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

Requirements:

Bachelor of Science degree in GIS studies or Geology


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



Contact Info for Applicants:

Apply HERE


Posted 9/2/2014

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