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A successful candidate will have experience in the exploration and production of oil and gas assets, including a working knowledge of applicable regulatory processes including pooling, unitization and well proposals, contracts, transactions and regulatory processes. 

Job Description

  • Prepare general, routine correspondence for others’ signature
  • Assist Landmen in preparation of contracts, JOA’s, oil and gas leases, assignments, and other applicable documents
  • Review invoices, code to appropriate AFE and circulate for approvals
  • Prepare and submit proposal letters to partners on well drilling, workover, completions, etc.
  • Respond to partner submittals
  • Work across company disciplines including Land, Drilling, Geology, Operations and Accounting

Qualifications

  • Must demonstrate strong capabilities for relationship building
  • Excellent communication skills are a must
  • Ability to manage multiple deadlines and projects simultaneously.  
  • Must have working knowledge of general office skills, equipment operations and computer skills
  • P2 Land and AFE Nexus Experience a plus
  • High School Diploma required, applicable degree preferred
  • Must be authorized to work in the U.S. indefinitely 
  • Must pass pre-employment background screening and drug test
  • 2-3 years’ experience preferred

This position is responsible for oil and gas well operations, well testing,operating and maintaining field equipment and facilities, surveillance of general field operations and maintenance of various databases regarding production and operations.

Duties

  • Adhere to all Safety and Environmental policies and procedures
  • Daily monitoring of multiple well sites by vehicle
  • Operate/maintain wells to optimize production rates and control cost
  • Check leases and maintain lease equipment- identify well performance issues, maintain proper levels and vessel pressures, perform maintenance and inspection of equipment as needed.
  • Gauge all fluids for accurate volumes and witness random sales and disposals to verify tickets.
  • Conduct production testing and input test as required.
  • Treat oil to meet pipeline specifications and witness purchasers, gauges and test to verify accuracy.
  • Accurately record and enter daily production volumes into companies Production Reporting system.
  • Provide maintenance and care for company assigned vehicle
  • Familiar with various types of production methods

Requirements

  • Self-starter requiring minimal supervision.
  • Willingness to work holidays, weekends and nonscheduled call-outs
  • Demonstrate basic computer skills and learn company specific applications.
  • Good leadership, communication and verbal skills
  • Valid driver's license with an acceptable driving record.
  • Ability to pass required pre-employment, background and drug test.
  • 1-3 years of oilfield or related job experience.
  • High School diploma or equivalent
  • Ability to pass required pre-employment, background and drug test.
  • Eligible to work in the United States indefinitely

This position is responsible for monitoring, analyzing and optimizing oil and gas measurement, remote surveillance of general field operations and maintenance of data reliability regarding production and sales.

Duties

  • Adhere to all Safety and Environmental policies and procedures
  • Support I&E supervisor and production foremen in field measurement devices & applications in accordance with company policies and Industry standards
  • Create, update, troubleshoot & correct measurement surveillance tools to ensure adequate tracking and verification
  • Cross-train with personnel for basic automation operations and problem solving techniques
  • Monitor and analyze batteries and sales meters daily and as needed continually in accordance with Diamondback Energy Engineering and Production Standards
  • Recognize inaccurate measurement on statements and daily reports and work to ensure issues are corrected in a timely manner and apply learnings to prevent future errors
  • Contact appropriate personnel for measurement inaccuracies and ensure corrected data in input appropriately
  • Review measurement design and work with Engineering to ensure construction projects utilize field-friendly, accurate measurement devices
  • Vacation relief for I&E Tech’s / Supervisor

Requirements

  • Self-starter requiring minimum supervision
  • 5+ years experience working in a measurement-related field, preference given to those that have held or currently hold a measurement technician role
  • Experience working in O&G for an E&P.
  • Work non-traditional and on-call hours, as needed.
  • Frequent travel to field locations and trainings may be required.
  • Proficiency in MS-Office (Excel, Word, Outlook)
  • Good leadership, communication and verbal skills
  • Valid driver’s license with an acceptable driving record
  • Ability to pass required pre-employment background and drug test
  • Ability to work in the United States indefinitely

Duties

  • Set up new, meters, batteries and completions in ProCount
  • Set up new routes and revise routes in eVIN
  • Daily well test reviews work with foremen and LO’s to resolve
  • In put flow back dates and date of first production into ProCount
  • Create and submit daily, weekly production reports for management.
  • Daily Quality Control of Production Volumes
  • Verify inputted run tickets
  • Enter Monthly Lact Tickets
  • Monitor Well View reports
  • Work closely with Lease Operators, Foreman and Superintendents to resolve Merrick Issues
  • Work closely with Production Control in Oklahoma City
  • Send out First Production Notices

Requirements

  • ProCount, Carte and eVIN experience
  • Proficient in Excel.
  • Self-starter, motivated, requiring minimal supervision
  • Good communication skills and team player
  • Bachelor’s Degree preferred.
  • 3-5 years industry experience preferred.
  • Must pass a pre-employment background screen and drug test.
  • Must be eligible to work in the United States indefinitely.

Duties

  • Create cost estimates and AFEs for workovers, recompletions, well maintenance and repair operations.
  • Create pre-pull analysis by compiling historical well data, dynagraph cards, well tests, fluid level tests and any other relevant data.
  • Analyze well failures and make recommendations for optimization.
  • Load acquired wells and other data into WellView.
  • Track and monitor spending to insure compliance with budgets.
  • Audit various workflow processes to ensure data quality and fidelity.
  • Complete various reports and analysis.

Requirements

  • Self-starter requiring minimal supervision.
  • "Out of the box" idea generator.
  • Excellent communicator and team player.
  • Good leadership skills.
  • Advanced computer skills.
  • Experience with WellView, RodStar, XSPOC preferred.
  • Spotfire experience required.
  • General oil and gas industry experience preferred.

Duties

  • Regulatory compliance duties include permitting, reporting, and assisting team with state and local regulations.
  • Must be able to handle multiple concurrent, complex assignments, work with deadlines, and interface with regulatory agencies and consultants, as well as office and field personnel.

Requirements

  • Experience in the multiple components of Texas regulations and policies.
  • Excellent verbal and written skills, proactive, ability to work well within a multi-discipline team, competent software skills.
  • Able to solve problems and multi-task under tight scheduling demands
  • Strong time management and organizational skills
  • Applicable Bachelor's degree preferred, High School diploma required
  • Three years' regulatory experience in an Exploration and Production company

This position is responsible for installing, programming, maintaining & repairing artificial lift automation equipment and peripheral devices.

Responsibilities:

  • Adhere to all Safety and Environmental policies and procedures
  • Support SCADA supervisor and production foremen in field automation applications in accordance with company policies and Industry standards
  • Installation, programming & repair of artificial lift automation equipment (primarily for rod pumping systems) and peripheral devices (VSD, Lufkin LWM, pressure transducers, radio equipment, etc.)
  • Support SCADA supervisor and production foremen in field automation applications in accordance with company policies and Industry standards
  • Optimize artificial lift performance by managing pump-off controllers, and working with SCADA, Engineering and Operations personnel
  • Design, maintain, document and support field communication, networking, automation & production operations
  • Influence SCADA & Automation equipment reliability
  • Proficiency with computer and applications.
  • Vacation relief for other SCADA Technicians

Qualifications:

  • Self-starter requiring minimal supervision
  • High school diploma or GED equivalent required
  • Minimum of two years related work experience required
  • Knowledge and operation of related equipment - particularly rod pumping equipment (surface and sub-surface)
  • General knowledge of safe oil and gas production operations
  • Proficiency with computer and applications, XSPOC, Lufkin LWM & VSD experience preferred.
  • Valid driver's license with an acceptable driving record
  • Must be able to perform simple mathematic calculations, have good mechanical aptitude, and reasonable writing skills
  • Good leadership, communication and verbal skills
  • Team player
  • Ability to pass required pre-employment, background and drug test
  • Must be able to work in the United States indefinitely

Duties

  • Conduct detailed facility meetings with field personnel on a quarterly basis to target ideas for facilities optimization and efficiency improvement.
  • Communicate with Operations and Reservoir Engineers on a quarterly basis to determine the current and future volume requirements of facilities.
  • Coordinate with Reservoir, Geology, Drilling and Completions in order to develop plans for future infrastructure projects.
  • Evaluate operational efficiency of all existing facilities in attempt to identify savings and opportunities and improve project profitability.
  • Evaluate existing facilities for QHSE compliance.
  • Develop annual capital facility budgets and strategic plans.
  • Develop long range facilities plan.
  • Develop annual lease facilities operating expense budgets and strategic plans.
  • Develop annual preventative maintenance programs.

Requirements

  • Self-starter requiring minimal supervision.
  • “Out of the box” idea generator.
  • Good communication and team player.
  • BS in Engineering.
  • Minimum of 5 years industry experience.
  • Minimum of 3-5 years Facilities Engineering.
  • Experience in Operations preferred – either as Engineer, Production Foreman or similar.
  • Must pass a pre-employment background screen and drug test.
  • Must be eligible to work in the United States indefinitely.

Duties

  • Attend detailed facility meetings with engineers & field personnel on a quarterly basis to target ideas for facilities optimization and efficiency improvement.
  • Track construction progress and Capital Investment to within 10% of actual expense
  • Enter SiteView reports daily to communicate project progress and milestone status
  • Communicate with Engineering daily to provide updates and adjust construction plans, as needed
  • Evaluate operational efficiency of existing facilities to identify savings and improve project profitability.
  • Be a vocal participant in project planning and design reviews
  • Supervise Facilities Foremen and their scopes of work to ensure adequate and efficient operations
  • Evaluate existing facilities for QHSE compliance.
  • Assist in development of annual preventative maintenance programs.

Requirements

  • Self-starter requiring minimal supervision.
  • “Out of the box” idea generator.
  • Good communication and team player.
  • Minimum of 5 years Upstream Production Facility Construction experience, pipeline construction experience viewed positively
  • Minimum of 15 year in Upstream Operations.
  • Experience in Delaware Basin facility construction preferred
  • Computer skills a must, SiteView experience preferred
  • Must be able to work in the United States indefinitely
  • Must pass a pre-employment background screen and drug test

The primary responsibility of the Completions Engineer is to handle completions engineering and operational assignments of a broad scope and moderate difficulty. Coordinates with asset teams and/or technical professionals to support the completion of wells in the appropriate priority. The scope of the position includes: costs estimates, AFE preparation and execution of all completions, recompletions, mill-outs/clean-outs, workovers, and snubbing operations. Mentors less experienced engineers on fundamentals and supervise technical work is a large portion of this role and is in leadership position on the team.

Essential Roles and Responsibilities:

  • Develops specific well completion designs and alternatives for consideration. Analyzes historical company and industry completion designs in providing recommendations.
  • Works with reservoir engineers in the development of completion design and procedures
  • Communicate completion plans and calendars to the Asset/Management team
  • Identifies hazards, best practices, evaluates best equipment and practices, and incorporates sound engineering practices for the design and construction of all new well completions and recompletions
  • Provides AFE cost estimates for completions and operations
  • Assists in supervising the execution of well completion operations to ensure safety, quality and costs control
  • Analyzes completions database and offset production to predict Non-Op well performance and prepare written AFE justification
  • Develops good relationships with and effectively manage equipment contractors and suppliers (including bidding of cost for services)
  • Supports Business Development and Reservoir engineering in the preparation of scoping cost estimates for acquisitions and the budget and planning processes
  • Frequently visits onsite of completion operations
  • Takes call as needed, including nights and weekends
  • Other duties as assigned.

Requirements:

  • Proficient level of skill in Microsoft Office
  • Experience with Wellview is a plus.
  • Familiar with industry software for modeling and data analysis.
  • Proficient understanding of unconventional resource plays in regards to completion design and execution.
  • Proficient technical knowledge and operational experience required in horizontal well completions engineering.
  • Proficient technical knowledge and operational experience with coiled tubing operations in horizontal wells.
  • B.S. degree in related engineering discipline is required
  • 10 years progressively responsible experience
  • Must be eligible to work in the United States indefinitely
Diamondback Energy is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.

The primary responsibility of the Reservoir Engineer is to work with other disciplines in a team environment to most efficiently exploit and develop unconventional resource assets, with consideration given to well spacing, landing zone, development order, and lease obligations.

Responsibilities

  • Develop recommendations for asset development plans that are supported by data and economic analysis
  • Recommend collection of reservoir data as appropriate to evaluate reservoirs and enhance future exploitation
  • Evaluate well performance using standard and advanced techniques
  • Monitor company and offset results. Capture data and analyze results on a continual basis and make recommendations to enhance ongoing asset development
  • Complete reserve calculations, production forecasts, and budgeting for assets
  • Prepare economic assessments on capital projects and prepare periodic technical reviews
  • Evaluate acquisition and property trade opportunities on an as needed basis

Requirements

  • S. degree or higher in related engineering discipline
  • Minimum of 5 years work experience as a reservoir engineer
  • Experience in developing unconventional assets with Permian Basin experience preferred
  • Proficient in economic analysis software (Aries preferred) and MS Office Suite
  • Proficient in reserve estimation
  • Experience with Spotfire or other data analytics tools is a plus
  • Demonstrated communication, teamwork and project management skills
  • Must be eligible to work in the United States indefinitely

The primary responsibility of the Reservoir Engineer is to work with other disciplines in a team environment to most efficiently exploit and develop unconventional resource assets, with consideration given to well spacing, landing zone, development order, and lease obligations.

Responsibilities

  • Develop recommendations for asset development plans that are supported by data and economic analysis
  • Recommend collection of reservoir data as appropriate to evaluate reservoirs and enhance future exploitation
  • Evaluate well performance using standard and advanced techniques
  • Monitor company and offset results. Capture data and analyze results on a continual basis and make recommendations to enhance ongoing asset development
  • Complete reserve calculations, production forecasts, and budgeting for assets
  • Prepare economic assessments on capital projects and prepare periodic technical reviews
  • Evaluate acquisition and property trade opportunities on an as needed basis
  • Mentor less experienced engineers and advise on cross functional decisions

Requirements

  • S. degree or higher in related engineering discipline
  • Minimum of 10 years work experience as a reservoir engineer
  • Experience in developing unconventional assets particularly regarding optimized well spacing with Permian Basin experience preferred
  • Proficient in economic analysis software (Aries preferred) and MS Office Suite
  • Proficient in reserve estimation and familiarity with SEC reporting guidelines
  • Significant experience with Spotfire or other data analytics tools is preferred
  • Experience with reservoir simulation is a plus
  • Demonstrated communication, teamwork and project management skills
  • Must be eligible to work in the United States indefinitely

Duties

  • Manage tax compliance, tax provision, and tax advice for Exploration and Production Company and its subsidiaries including both C-Corp and master limited partnerships
  • Oversee the completion of all Company tax returns.
  • Manages data analyses. Performs analyses of major tax accounts and prepares monthly reconciliation of subsidiary accounts to general ledger.
  • Provides financial reporting to address income tax related matters. Ensures accurate and sufficient data is captured to estimate tax burden.
  • Develop, build and manage relationships with internal clients and external vendors and taxing authorities.
  • Resolves issues with taxing authorities.
  • Manages tax audits.
  • Develops and communicates tax policies and procedures.
  • Assist in other areas of tax matters as needed including property tax, sales, use tax and 1099's

Requirements

  • Minimum of 5 years related experience in public accounting
  • 2+ years of tax experience in Exploration & Production (E&P) is preferred
  • Bachelor's or graduate degree in accounting, finance or related field
  • CPA certification is required
  • Excellent organization and time management skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Must pass a pre-employment background screening and drug test
  • Must be eligible to work in the United States indefinitely

The position will require a highly-motivated self-starter to operate, maintain and build out water infrastructure projects to efficiently and cost-effectively move, store and deliver water for all Diamondback’ water needs. The position will be field based and require daily driving to oilfield locations and also require weekly office meetings.

Duties

  • Adhere to all Safety and Environmental policies and procedures
  • Daily monitoring of multiple water well and construction sites by vehicle
  • Operate/maintain water wells and pipeline distribution systems to optimize production rates
  • Supervise water infrastructure construction projects for safety, work quality and cost
  • Deal one on one with landowners
  • Supervision of water transfer / poly crews, water well drilling, Frac pit / lining crews, pipeline crews, electrical contractors, water treatment crews, and other associated contractors
  • Utilize software to track cost associated with projects and daily progress
  • Daily reporting on field water volumes, pit levels and overall operations
  • Ensure drilling and completions have the proper amount of water for current and upcoming operations
  • Knowledge of environmental regulation, Federal/State/County/Private ROW policies and water regulations for TX and NM
  • Produced water treatment operations and supervision
  • Invoice coding and tracking

Requirements

  • Self-starter requiring minimal supervision
  • Willingness to work holidays, weekends and nonscheduled call-outs
  • Demonstrate computer skills and learn company specific applications
  • Good leadership, communication and verbal skills
  • Valid driver's license with an acceptable driving record
  • Ability to pass required pre-employment, background and drug test
  • Minimum of BA/BS from accredited university with 3 years of oilfield related job experience or a minimum of 5 years of oilfield related job experience
  • Must be able to work in the United States indefinitely

Duties

  • Supervise & coordinate daily well maintenance operations, workovers, and recompletions.    
  • Manage personnel & Control Costs
  • Write & enter detailed , correct reports , tbg. & rod details , along w/ daily costs in Well View    
  • Demand & maintain a Safe work environment on locations
  • Coordinate with Well Maintenance Superintendent & Production Engineers , to prioritize well maintenance operations and optimize production.
  • Coordinate with Production Foremen & Lease Operators when wells are returned to Production

Requirements

  • High school graduate.
  • Minimum 10 years industry experience. Wolfberry experience a plus.
  • Significant Completions / Workover / Well Maintenance experience
  • Self-starter requiring minimal supervision.
  • Ability to multi-task and operate in a fast-paced environment.
  • Good communicator, team player, and problem solver.
  • Industry training in areas of artificial lift, stimulation, well completions, and well control.
  • Must pass a pre-employment background screen and drug test.
  • Must be eligible to work in the United States indefinitely.

Apply at: HR@diamondbackenergy.com