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Engineering (12 position positions): designs equipment and processes or determines optimal methods for the manufacturing machinery, equipment, and chemicals.

Business Unit Vice President
Job Description: Has overall responsibility for financial and operational performance of a defined segment of the Company. Responsible for profit/loss, budget, short and long-term strategic planning, drilling programs, production, Employee Health and Safety performance, etc.
Typical Education: Master's Degree
Typical Locations Offered: Office
Typical Job Family: Engineering or Geosciences Professional

 

Chemical Engineer
Job Description: Designs chemical plant equipment and develops processes for manufacturing chemicals and products like gasoline, detergents, and plastics.
Typical Education: Bachelor's Degree in Engineering
Typical Locations Offered: Office and Field Locations
Typical Job Family: Engineering

 

Completions Engineer
Job Description: Determines the optimal method for completing a well and supervises actual well completions by third-party companies.
Typical Education: Bachelor's Degree in engineering
Typical Locations Offered: Office and Field Locations
Typical Job Family: Engineering Professional

 

Completions Superintendent
Job Description: Ensures that well completions are done according to plan and notifies engineers or other field leaders of problems, recommended changes, etc. Manages contract crews engaged in well completions. Often a contract position.
Typical Education: Bachelor's Degree
Typical Locations Offered: Field Locations
Typical Job Family: Engineering Professional

 

Drilling Engineer
Job Description: Determines the optimal method for drilling a well and supervises actual drilling of wells by third-party companies.
Typical Education: Bachelor's Degree in engineering
Typical Locations Offered: Office
Typical Job Family: Engineering Professional

 

Facilities Engineer
Job Description: Designs pipelines, compression and/or gas processing facilities, and supervises contractors engaged in same.
Typical Education: Bachelor's Degree in Engineering.
Typical Locations Offered: Office
Typical Job Family: Engineering Professional

 

Mechanical Engineer
Job Description: Deal with the design, manufacture and operation of the machinery and equipment used to improve oil drilling, and the processing of petroleum or chemical products. They also might design and test wind turbines or the devices used to generate hydropower.
Typical Education: Bachelor's Degree in Engineering
Typical Locations Offered: Office and Field Locations
Typical Job Family: Engineering

 

Mud Engineer - Drilling Fluids Technical Professional
Job Description: Mud Engineers supply oil companies and their drillers with a carefully calibrated drilling fluid (mud) to lubricate the drill bit and minimize damage to the reservoir and other stratigraphic layers below the surface as they drill to the goal depth.
Typical Education: Bachelor's or Associate's Degree depending on company.
Typical Locations Offered: Field Locations
Typical Job Family: Engineering Professional

 

Petroleum Engineer
Job Description: Plays a key role in determining the reservoir capacity (how much oil or gas it might hold) and productivity (how much it produces) to designing systems that move the petroleum from the wells (the production process) through refining, where it gets cleaned up and converted into energy we can use.
Typical Education: Bachelor's Degree in Engineering
Typical Locations Offered: Office
Typical Job Family: Engineering

 

Plant Coordinator
Job Description: First-line supervisor of a gas plant.
Typical Education: Bachelor's Degree
Typical Locations Offered: Field Locations
Typical Job Family: Engineering Professional

 

Reservoir Engineer
Job Description: Analyzes characteristics of reservoirs to identify and optimize exploitation techniques. Develops reserve estimates and future production schedules.
Typical Education: Bachelor's Degree
Typical Locations Offered: Office
Typical Job Family: Engineering Professional

 

Water Systems Engineer
Job Description: Determines optimal strategies and designs facilities for management of wastewater associated with drilling and Exploration and Production operations.
Typical Education: Bachelor's Degree
Typical Locations Offered: Office
Typical Job Family: Engineering Professional

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