DENVER, CO

Discovery Natural Resources LLC is a domestic, onshore exploration and production company with over 1,000 wells in operation in Texas.

Oversee delivery of all production engineering responsibilities for the assigned area from conceptualization, through design, execution, and review/optimization. Position responsibilities include supervision of surface processing and downhole lift design, equipment and service procurement, project logistics, cost management, onsite operations, and safety efforts for the entirety of the production cycle from turn in line through the well life to plug and abandon. This role’s primary focus will be the optimization and maintenance of producing properties at the maximum economic rate while ensuring operations are compliant with governmental and contractual requirements.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Monitor daily the status of well production and gathering conditions to maximize production performance in the assigned area. Recommend changes or improvements to operations that service optimization of the asset.
  • Provide technical assistance and actively engage in supporting field operations in efforts to drive reduction in LOE spend and greater LOS enhancement.
  • Responsible for maintaining assigned capital budgets. Implement cost and efficiency studies to track capital expenditures and continually improve program economics.
  • Work closely with field operations, engineers, geologists, administrative staff, and external organizations to coordinate, execute, and advance all production activities. Serve as a resource to all necessary stakeholders to drive positive asset performance, leveraging a strong technical expertise in a broad range of production activities.
  • Serve as the area technical expert on lift systems to include rod pump, ESP, gas lift, and plungers.
  • Prepare and review procurement documentation, assist in negotiations, and lead ongoing appraisal of all production related equipment and services.
  • Review and approve invoices for all services. Maintain consistent, accurate accounting of well costs.
  • Assist management with the maintenance of accurate spending accruals on a monthly basis.
  • Prepare AFEs, lift designs, workover proposals, facilities recommendations, clean out procedures and any other documents as required.
  • Ensure all work performed adheres to DNR standards and is in compliance with all relevant regulatory requirements.
  • Maintain a work environment and culture focused on DNR’s core values and operational excellence.
  • Ability to travel to field locations on short notice and/or for extended periods as necessary.
  • Operate a vehicle safely in all weather conditions to drive to locations in rural/open range country.
  • Participate in continuing education classes related to production engineering as necessary to lead industry best practice and new technologies as a thought leader.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Education and Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or equivalent field of study. Other technical degrees will be considered in conjunction with substantial relevant experience.
  • Experienced candidates are preferred; at least 3 years of progressive oil and gas production engineering experience, with a focus on oil related development.
  • Experience with energy industry software to include PowerBI, Spotfire, ARIES, WellView, SiteView, ProCount Suites, and AFE Navigator. Engineers will be expected to utilize Ignition, Carte, PipeSim, and other software tools.

Skills and Knowledge

  • Commitment to Discovery Natural Resources core values and job expectations.
  • Ability to apply a creative approach to problem solving with a broad spectrum of technical issues.
  • Thorough understanding of a broad range of engineering concepts. Competency in necessary technical areas such as algebra, trigonometry, fluid dynamics, physics, thermodynamics, etc.
  • Self-motivated, ambitious individual with an internal drive to perform at the highest level.
  • High-character individual who exhibits servant leadership and personal/professional humility.
  • Strong work ethic, an aptitude to learn, and a willingness to take on a variety of tasks/projects to support broad business needs.
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills. Ability to effectively work with multiple teams/groups within the Denver office and Barnhart field office organizations.
  • Proactive approach to the management of Environmental, Health, and Safety standards.
  • Highly organized, detail oriented and resourceful; able to handle multiple projects and achieve necessary results in a deadline driven environment.
  • Strong initiative and ability to work independently.
  • Advanced proficiency in Microsoft Office applications (Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Word) to manipulate and interpret data and reports.

Compensation and Benefits

  • Estimated pay range: $130,000 – $180,000 (depending on experience of the successful candidate)
  • Eligible for short- and long-term incentives
  • Medical, dental and vision insurance
  • Short and long-term disability coverage
  • Basic life and AD&D insurance
  • 401(k) with company match
  • Paid vacation and sick time
  • Hybrid work from home schedule available
  • 9/80 work schedule

Most of the job is done in an office setting. Field travel required 10–15%; adverse weather conditions may exist. Variable work hours including nights and weekends.

NOTE: This job description is NOT intended to be all-inclusive. Employees may perform other related duties as required to meet the ongoing needs of the Company

Discovery Natural Resources LLC is a domestic, onshore exploration and production company with over 1,000 wells in operation in Texas.

Oversee delivery of all production engineering responsibilities for the assigned area from conceptualization, through design, execution, and review/optimization. Position responsibilities include supervision of equipment and service procurement, project logistics, cost management, onsite operations, and safety efforts for asset level projects to include water gathering, distribution, and disposal, emissions monitoring and reduction, air compliance, special projects support, facilities integration, measurement and SCADA engineering support, reliability improvement efforts, and other duties as assigned. This role’s primary focus will be the support of the production organization in optimization and maintenance of producing properties across all areas in the Wolfberry asset.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Work closely with field operations, engineers, geologists, administrative staff, and external organizations to coordinate, execute, and advance all production activities. Serve as a resource to all necessary stakeholders to drive positive asset performance, leveraging a strong technical expertise in a broad range of production, water movement, and facilities activities.
  • Monitor daily the status of well production and gathering conditions to maximize production performance across the Wolfberry and Adams Baggett assets. Recommend changes or improvements to operations that service optimization of the asset.
  • Provide technical assistance and actively engage in supporting field operations in efforts to drive reduction in LOE spend and greater LOS enhancement on asset-level drivers.
  • Provide engineering support to the Water Management Team to facilitate efficient and environmentally responsible transport, reuse, and disposal of water as needed in DNR operations.
  • Assess ongoing compliance with environmental and emissions expectations and implement solutions to reduce DNR’s emissions footprint.
  • Support special projects field asset team in capturing non-traditional value additions.
  • Consult on asset wide compression planning and facilities integration across field production areas.
  • Support field wide tools as needed. To include but not limited to GIS, SCADA, measurement integration, flaring and fugitive gas emissions monitoring equipment.
  • Responsible for maintaining assigned capital budgets. Implement cost and efficiency studies to track capital expenditures and continually improve program economics.
  • Prepare and review procurement documentation, assist in negotiations, and lead ongoing appraisal of all production related equipment and services.
  • Review and approve invoices for all services. Maintain consistent, accurate accounting of well costs.
  • Assist management with the maintenance of accurate spending accruals on a monthly basis.
  • Prepare AFEs, simple pipeline designs, necessary workover proposals, facilities recommendations, water management plans, and any other documents as required.
  • Ensure all activities adhere to DNR standards and comply with all relevant regulatory requirements.
  • Maintain a work environment and culture focused on DNR’s core values and operational excellence.
  • Ability to travel to field locations on short notice and/or for extended periods as necessary.
  • Operate a vehicle safely in all weather conditions to drive to locations in rural/open range country.
  • Participate in continuing education related to production and facilities engineering to implement new technologies and innovative concepts to ensure DNR’s position as an industry thought leader.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Education and Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree in Engineering.
  • At least 5 years of progressive oil and gas production engineering experience, with a focus on oil related development.

Skills and Knowledge

  • Commitment to Discovery Natural Resources core values and job expectations.
  • Ability to apply a creative approach to problem solving with a broad spectrum of technical issues.
  • Thorough understanding of a broad range of engineering concepts. Competency in necessary technical areas such as materials science, fluid dynamics, physics, thermodynamics, etc.
  • Self-motivated, ambitious individual with an internal drive to perform at the highest level.
  • High-character individual who exhibits servant leadership and personal/professional humility.
  • Strong work ethic, an aptitude to learn, and a willingness to take on a variety of tasks/projects to support broad business needs.
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills. Ability to effectively work with multiple teams/groups within the Denver office and field office organizations.
  • Proactive approach to the management of Environmental, Health, and Safety standards.
  • Highly organized, detail oriented and resourceful; able to handle multiple projects and achieve necessary results in a deadline driven environment.
  • Strong initiative and ability to work independently.
  • Experience in facilities design, production engineering, production and midstream operations, workover rig operations, water transfer and disposal is positive.
  • Advanced proficiency in Microsoft Office applications (Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Word) to manipulate and interpret data and reports.
  • Experience with energy industry software to include PowerBI, Spotfire, ARIES, WellView, SiteView, ProCount Suites, and AFE Navigator. Engineers will be expected to utilize Ignition, Carte, PipeSim, ProMax, Pipeline Studio and other software tools.

Compensation and Benefits

  • Estimated pay range: $150,000 – $200,000 (depending upon experience of the successful candidate)
  • Eligible for short- and long-term incentives
  • Medical, dental and vision insurance
  • Short and long-term disability coverage
  • Basic life and AD&D insurance
  • 401(k) with company match
  • Paid vacation and sick time
  • Hybrid work from home schedule available
  • 9/80 work schedule

Most of the job is done in an office setting. Field travel required 10–15%; adverse weather conditions may exist. Variable work hours including nights and weekends.

NOTE: This job description is NOT intended to be all-inclusive. Employees may perform other related duties as required to meet the ongoing needs of the Company

Discovery Natural Resources LLC is a domestic, onshore exploration and production company with over 1,000 wells in operation in Texas.

Manages the proper receiving, recording, documentation, and dissemination of all land agreements and land contracts. Supervises land administration professionals to maintain compliance with Company policies and procedures. Works closely with Accounting, Engineering, Regulatory, Operations, and IT to ensure records are set up in an accurate and timely manner.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Integrates land/legal information with financial and reserve reporting
  • Builds and maintains all billing and revenue divisions of interest
  • Sets up oil & gas leases and related contracts in BOLO
  • Reviews and ensures compliance associated with lease and contract obligations
  • Provides acreage counts, lease expirations, and lease projections to management for reserve reporting and other company controls
  • Oversees setup and maintenance of ownership records on 1,000 operated wells
  • Ensures compliance with legal and audit regulations
  • Processes lease and contract obligation payments, including delay rental and shut-in payments
  • Collaborates with other departments to ensure best work practices and products are produced
  • Reviews and assesses land systems and business processes to ensure they are working efficiently
  • Manages workload of land administration staff
  • Interfaces with due diligence teams to be sure acquisitions and divestitures are handled timely and efficiently
  • Approves JIB and revenue decks for audit purposes
  • Builds strong relationships with Operations, Revenue Accounting and other teams to ensure key interfaces are developed and maintained
  • Ensures BOLO land application is providing needed functionality; works with managers of Revenue and IT to ensure upgrades are tested
  • Coordinates special projects as necessary

Education and Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree in Land Management, Accounting or Finance
  • 10+ years Land Administration experience, with both Lease and Division Order exposure

Skills and Knowledge

  • Commitment to Discovery Natural Resources expectations and core values.
  • Strong leadership, project management and organizational skills with ability to multitask
  • Excellent written and verbal communication and presentation skills
  • Ability to work with and communicate with personnel across various disciplines and levels of the organization
  • Strong problem identification, analytical and decision making skills; ability to facilitate teams toward resolution of issues
  • Ability to understand system and software concepts; strong utilization of Microsoft Office tools

Compensation and Benefits

  • Estimated pay range: $160,000 – $190,000 (depending upon experience of the successful candidate)
  • Eligible for short- and long-term incentives
  • Medical, dental and vision insurance
  • Short and long-term disability coverage
  • Basic life and AD&D insurance
  • 401(k) with company match
  • Paid vacation and sick time
  • 9/80 work schedule

*Frequently sit for extended periods of time. Regularly view a computer screen for extended periods of time. Regularly type on a keyboard and/or perform data entry continuously. Occasionally may be required to reach, squat, bend and lift up to 10 lbs (files or documents). May also require occasional lifting of heavy objects (30+ lbs).

BARNHART, TEXAS

Discovery Natural Resources LLC is a domestic, onshore exploration and production company with over 1,000 wells in operation in Texas.

Under the direction of the Production Foreman, the Lease Operator is responsible for the daily operation of all producing wells on the assigned route. Responsible for maximizing the daily production for all wells and for daily reporting of the production in the eVIN system. Also performs minor maintenance on production equipment. Ensures all work is performed in compliance with Company policies and procedures including environmental, health and safety standards. Works directly with other members of the asset team to insure that Company goals are met. Effectiveness is measured by meeting production goals, reduced operating costs, and/or improved safety for the Company and its employees. May frequently work variable days off schedule.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Obtain gas charts/meter readings, wellhead pressures and gauge oil and water tanks accurately. Call in oil and water loads needing hauled to Discovery’s Area Office.
  • Accurately input production data into the eVIN system daily.
  • Diagnosis production problems including, but not limited to, tubing leak, rod part, bad pump, and gas lock.
  • Report findings to the Production/Assistant Foreman.
  • Perform minor maintenance to production equipment including, but not limited to, heater treaters, separators, engines, pumping units, electric panels and oil and water test meters.
  • Recycle oil tanks to maintain saleable oil.
  • Monitor chemical/soap pumps for the required amount of chemical/soap injected. Order chemical/soap/soap sticks through the Production/Assistant Foreman or Lead Lease Operator.
  • Change gas charts on the assigned route as scheduled. Report all gas meter problems such as pens not marking, pens not zeroing, pens not arcing correctly, necessary plate changes, blank screen, daily production numbers repeating, etc to the Pipeline Tech.
  • Read and record data in eVIN for plunger equipped wells including cycles per day, cycle times for on and off time, afterflow time setting, plunger arrivals per day, plunger run time, hours on and hours off.
  • Adjust plunger cycles or pumping unit run time to maximize production.
  • Inspect plungers monthly for wear and replacement.
  • Ensure all work is performed in accordance with the policies and procedures of the Company including environmental, health and safety standards.

Education and Experience

  • High school diploma, GED, or a minimum of 4 years industry experience required.
  • At least 8 years pumping experience

Physical Requirements

  • Ability to climb stairs, as required on 10, 15, 20 & 25 foot production tanks.
  • Ability to lift 55 lbs 3 feet above ground level.
  • Possible exposure to numerous oil field chemicals, including but not limited to soap, methanol, paraffin inhibitor and scale inhibitor.
  • Ability to work with pumping units which may be 15 to 20 feet above ground.
  • Periodic exposure to all types of weather conditions for long periods of time.
  • Ability to hear over loud background noises.
  • Ability to regularly work in a dangerous and fast-paced environment.

Skills and Knowledge

  • Commitment to Discovery Natural Resources expectations and core values.
  • Must be able to read and understand instructions communicated in English; bilingual a plus.
  • Self starter, able to perform duties with minimal supervision.
  • Ability to recognize changes and possible problems.
  • Requires ability to adapt to fluctuating work schedule, i.e. frequent overtime; off duty call outs; varied work schedule.
  • Strong communication skills with ability to work in a team environment.
  • Basic computer knowledge.
  • Basic mechanical skills.
  • Valid driver license and good driving record.

Complexity of Duties

  • Determine if safety hazard exists and take appropriate action.
  • Operate a variety of oilfield production related equipment and makes minor repairs.
  • Work with wells to optimize production to meet or exceed engineering expectations.
  • Input production data into a computer program.
  • Recommend changes to improve production or lower costs.

Majority of work will be outdoors under variable weather conditions. May require occasional lifting of heavy objects. Physical ability to perform routine maintenance on oil and gas wells as required.

NOTE: This job description is NOT intended to be all-inclusive. Employees may perform other related duties as required to meet the ongoing needs of the Company

Discovery Natural Resources LLC is a domestic, onshore exploration and production company with over 1,000 wells in operation in Texas.

The Field Optimizer optimizes production and troubleshoots production related problems. Evaluates artificial lift installations and works to maximize well pumping efficiencies by utilizing specialized equipment and closely monitoring production.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Inspect equipment problems and perform routine maintenance and repairs
  • Maintain specialized equipment such as fluid level analyzers
  • Review production data to determine problem areas
  • Collects field data, evaluates and makes recommendations to pull pumps or perform well work needed to maintain optimum efficiencies and track/report results
  • Makes specific recommendations to improve artificial lift performance and maximize production on various lift methods.
  • Follow and support all Discovery HSE policies at all times
  • Determine if safety hazard exists and take appropriate action

Education and Experience

  • High school diploma or GED
  • Minimum of 5 years oilfield industry experience
  • Minimum of 3 years lease operator experience

Skills and Knowledge

  • Commitment to Discovery Natural Resources expectations and core values
  • Must be a cultural fit (Humble, Hungry, People Smart, Selfless, Accountable, Never Settling)
  • Must have a fundamental understanding of surface facilities and their impact on production potential
  • Can conceptualize what is going on downhole and be able to communicate it to the LO, Foreman, and Engineers
  • Has a good working relationship with their peers and others in the organization
  • Possesses the necessary skills to navigate the various communication needs (phone, face to face, text, email, Teams)
  • Is willing and capable of expanding their skillsets
  • Can be the point person, direct traffic, and manage focused projects when required
  • Possess the skillsets necessary to perform data based analysis using the available technology (excel, SCADA, etc)
  • Knowledge of the program and operation of the Echometer fluid level and dynamometer.
  • Ability to analyze acquired data and recommend changes to solve operating and production problems
  • Ability to make adjustments to operating controls to maximize production and minimize operation costs
  • Basic programming of PLC’s, RPC’s, Plunger controllers and RF troubleshooting as needed on various well control devices
  • Experience with various lift methods
  • Self-starter, able to perform duties with minimal supervision
  • Requires ability to adapt to fluctuating work schedule, i.e. frequent overtime; off duty call outs; varied work schedule
  • Strong communication skills with ability to work in team environment
  • Advanced computer knowledge
  • Basic mechanical skills
  • Valid driver license and good driving record

*Majority of work will be outdoors under variable weather conditions. May require occasional lifting of heavy objects. Physical ability to perform routine maintenance on oil and gas wells as required.

NOTE: This job description is NOT intended to be all-inclusive. Employees may perform other related duties as required to meet the ongoing needs of the Company

Discovery Natural Resources LLC is a domestic, onshore exploration and production company with over 1,000 wells in operation in Texas.

Under the general supervision of the Automation Foreman, the Automation Technician is responsible for complex oilfield automation tasks to aid in the oversight for the optimization of oilfield automation and communications systems. The position requires the individual to assist Field personnel, Production, Construction and Engineering staff to implement and maintain automation equipment in a field environment. When problems occur, the Automation Technician is responsible for handling the immediate problem and recommending any necessary changes.  Must desire to work in a collaborative multi-functional team setting that prioritizes a “One Team” approach to problem solving, and that can bring a continuous improvement mindset to the team.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Monitors communication and automation equipment.
  • Calibration, testing, repairing and/or replacing of field sensors (flow, temperature, pressure, level, etc.).
  • Repairs control valves, positioners, transducers, and any other part necessary to the operation of the valve.
  • Removes, dismantles, cleans, maintains and assembles instruments and replaces defective components.
  • Monitors daily SCADA and gas meter downloads; reports and repairs issue as they develop.
  • Monitors, maintains and repairs radio network for communication problems or outages.
  • Provides automation and programming support of industry standards, devices and systems expertise for ABB Totaflow and WinCCU/PCCU Allen Bradley PLCs, SCADAPack, ABB Totalflow, Schneider PLC, Productivity PLC, Red Lion HMI, etc.

Education and Experience

  • High school diploma or GED
  • Minimum 10 years of Oil and Gas Automation or I/E experience

Physical Requirements

  • Ability to lift 55 lbs. 3 feet above ground level.
  • Periodic exposure to all types of weather conditions for long periods of time.
  • Ability to regularly work in fast-paced environment.

Skills and Knowledge

  • Commitment to Discovery Natural Resources expectations and core values.
  • Well versed in installing, managing, troubleshooting various communication systems such as Ethernet, Modbus, serial, digital data communications (Freewave, Rajant Mesh, Ubiquiti and Cambium Radios and cellular modems, etc.). General networking knowledge is a must.
  • Well versed in installing, managing, troubleshooting various Automation and instrumentation equipment such as Oleumtech, ABB, PCS, Foxboro, Endress Hauser, Drexelbrook,, Wika, Valvecon,  Siemens, ASCO, Rosemount Instrumentation systems, etc
  • Self-starter, able to perform duties with minimal supervision.
  • Strong computer and network skills necessary
  • Diverse work experience with automation systems on Oil and Gas field sites is a must for Projects that include well-pad installations, commissioning, maintenance, trouble-shooting, and programming
  • Ability to recognize changes and potential problems; exercise independent thinking to solve problems.
  • Must have expertise in management of automation projects from beginning to end.
  • Strong service, multitasking, and problem-solving skills.
  • Strong communication skills with ability to work in a team environment.
  • Defining Analog and Digital I/O designs and documentation.
  • Modbus communication protocol programming.
  • Be able to direct and supervise contract labor and other automation contractors as needed.
  • Requires ability to adapt to fluctuating work schedule, i.e. overtime; rotating on call schedule; off duty call outs; varied work schedule.

Complexity of Duties

  • Determine if safety hazard exists and take appropriate action.
  • Operates a variety of oilfield production related equipment and makes minor repairs.
  • Ability to identify automation problems and have the mechanical and technical skills to solve them.
  • Capable of working efficiently alone and under pressure in a sometimes physically demanding environment, demonstrating experience working outdoors in all climatic conditions and sometimes in remote locations
  • Able to read and interpret technical documentation (PIDs, ladder logic, function block code, schematics, loop sheets, manuals, etc.)

*Majority of work will be outdoors under variable weather conditions. May require occasional lifting of heavy objects. Physical ability to perform routine maintenance on oil and gas wells as required. Must be aware of potential hazards and know how to handle emergency situations. Hazards include fluids under high pressure and deadly hydrogen sulphide which is often a component of gas that comes directly from the well.

Discovery Natural Resources LLC is a domestic, onshore exploration and production company with over 1,000 wells in operation in Texas.

Under the direction of the Production Superintendent, the Compliance Specialist is responsible for maintenance associated with VRU’s, optimize control set points to minimize O2 contamination, optimize pipe sizing to keep tank pressures to a minimum, coordinate with and supervise vendor related maintenance, and develop a tracking mechanism for maintenance needs. The Compliance Specialist will be responsible for coordinating OOOOa and OOOOb related maintenance activities on tank gauge hatches, tank stack valves, flare pilots, flare tips, flame arrestors, and Burner Management Systems (BMS). Ensures all work is performed in compliance with Company policies and procedures including Health, Safety and Environmental (HSE) standards. Directly involved in and supports a culture that is selfless, accountable, and never settling. May frequently work a variable days off schedule.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Maintain inspection schedule in collaboration with;
    • HSE: subject matter expert on regulatory requirements
    • Production Foreman: knows facility status
    • 3rd Party Maintenance contractor
  • Coordinate repairs to tagged items
  • Coordinate work order needs through Pronto
  • Provide guidance and feedback for repair needs when requested
  • Inform HSE rep of compliance issues and steps taken to resolve the issues
  • Maintain VRU programming and mechanical availability
    • Oversee 3rd party mechanical maintenance
  • Communicate completion of repairs to HSE rep
  • Maintain VRU’s programming and mechanical availability
  • File all inspection documentation in to properly document all corrective actions
  • Schedule and Provide training annually for Production Foreman and Lease Operators
  • File all inspection and repair documentation
  • Schedule and provide annual training to production personnel
  • Recommend changes to improve production or lower costs
  • Review SCADA software to analyze VRU performance
  • Ensure all contractors and employees are working in compliance with the policies and procedures of the Company including environmental, health and safety standards

Education and Experience

  • High school diploma or GED
  • Minimum of 10 years of Oil and Gas production related experience

Physical Requirements

  • Ability to climb stairs, as required on 10-, 15-, 20- & 25-foot production tanks.
  • Ability to lift 55 lbs 3 feet above ground level.
  • Possible exposure to numerous oil field chemicals.
  • Periodic exposure to all types of weather conditions for long periods of time.
  • Ability to hear over loud background noises.
  • Ability to regularly work in a fast-paced environment.

Skills and Knowledge

  • Must be a cultural fit (Humble, Hungry, People Smart).
  • Commitment to Discovery Natural Resources expectations and core values. Self-starter, able to perform duties with minimal supervision.
  • Must have experience working on VRU programming.
  • Must have intimate knowledge of the function and purpose of VRU’s.
  • Strong mechanical knowledge of flares, combustors, tank gauge hatches, and tank stack valves.
  • Basic understanding of Burner Management Systems.
  • Ability to recognize changes and potential problems; exercise independent thinking to solve problems.
  • Possesses the necessary skills to navigate the various communication needs (phone, face to face, text, Teams, email) with the ability to work in a team environment.
  • Strong math skills and computer knowledge.
  • Possess the skillsets necessary to perform data-based analysis using available tech (excel, SCADA, etc).
  • Valid driver license and good driving record.
  • Determine if safety hazard exists and take appropriate action.
  • Ability to operate a variety of oilfield production related equipment and make repairs.

*Majority of work will be outdoors under variable weather conditions. May require occasional lifting of heavy objects. Physical ability to perform routine maintenance on oil and gas wells as required.