Location: Oklahoma City, OK, US
Job ID: 10361
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The Geoscientist, under minimal supervision, performs multifaceted duties related to prospecting inventory which might include adding to core areas and developing new play ideas. Works closely with engineering staff utilizing knowledge of reservoir and petro physical parameters to enhance completions and overall well results. Provides advice and recommendations on acquisitions and joint venture opportunities.
•Gather, analyze, and interpret geological data to formulate development and exploration projects and typically handle several projects simultaneously
•Provide geologic knowledge in structural, stratigraphic, and other geological interpretation to ongoing projects utilizing state of the art software and analysis techniques
•Support of drilling operation efforts and reservoir engineering in producing properties, particularly project planning
•Conduct regional analysis as appropriate to add new assets to project portfolio and to extend the boundaries of existing areas of operation
•Identify geological relationships critical to the integration of multidisciplinary information into working interpretations, especially geophysical data and interpretation
•Apply risk analysis parameters to all projects
•Communicate effectively the results of work to management, especially with new ideas or those that challenge the status quo
•Work independently as needed, and in team context as appropriate.
•Demonstrate energy and enthusiasm for finding and producing oil and gas
•Act as mentor to less senior employees, providing direction, development, and guidance
•May supervise to less senior employees in the absence of management
•Serve as technical expert in matters of Geoscience
•Bachelor’s degree in Geology or Geosciences; Master’s degree preferred
•Requires a minimum of 15 years of related industry experience in Geosciences
•Practice safe work habits at all times
•Demonstrate commitment to Devon Attributes
•Intermediate level (or better) computer skills
•Knowledge in applied regional mapping, aeromagnetic data interpretation, applied hydrodynamics, current stratigraphic correlation and structural concepts
•Strong verbal and written communication skills
•Strong interpersonal and organizational skills
•Flexible, multi tasked oriented and able to work independently
•Able to think strategically, using imagination and foresight to conceptualize potential problems and the skills to avoid those problems
•Experience in horizontal drilling, completion, and simulation technology is preferred
Nearest Major Market: Oklahoma City
Nearest Secondary Market: Oklahoma
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