PDC Energy

Planning Technician

Category
Planning & Development
Job Location
US-CO-Denver
Min
USD $32.45/Hr.
Max
USD $39.66/Hr.
Bonus Target
12.5%
LTI Target
10%

Job Description

Min $32.45/hr Max $39.66/hr

Bonus Target 12.5%

Equity Target 10%

 

SUMMARY

A brief description summarizing the overall purpose and objectives of the position and the results the worker is expected to accomplish.

The Planning Technician works to support the Planning and Development Team in their efforts to generate development plans for areas within the Wattenberg asset. They focus on supporting the various components of the site-selection-to-release-to-drill (SSRD) process and help manage the Generwell database.

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

The tasks, duties, and responsibilities of the position that are most important to get the job done.

  1. Manage Generwell application in support of SSRD, ensuring all parties are completing tasks within designated deadlines;
  2. Compile and load all upcoming locations into Generwell to kick off the SSRD process;
  3. Assist Planning Team with Generwell tasks as requested;
  4. Make recommendations for Generwell process adjustments, maintenance and upgrades;
  5. Assist Planning Team with mapping of pre-directional survey “sticks”;
  6. Coordinate timing and acquisition of directional plans for permitting;
  7. Assist in DSU strategy plans and mapping;
  8. Maintain and track metrics and KPIs relating to P&D;
  9. Maintenance of various P&D datasets and databases;
  10. Assist development team with data imports/exports for use in other software;
  11. Provide support to Planning and Development Team on specialized projects, as needed;
  12. Demonstrate commitment to safety and environmental compliance in all job aspects.

 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ATTRIBUTES  

The specific minimum competencies required for job performance.  

  1. Functional knowledge in the following: O&G operations, Generwell or other planning software, GIS, Colorado Permitting process.
  2. Ability to work with technical and other professionals;
  3. Ability to search for, find and analyze data from diverse sources;
  4. Ability to express oneself in both written and verbal form;
  5. Task oriented with careful attention to detail;
  6. Ability to work on a team;
  7. Curious and motivated self-starter. 

 

CAREER PROGRESSION ATTRIBUTES

The specific minimum attributes required at the designated Career Progression classification.

Technical Professional 2

  1. Competency – Understands and meets discipline specific quality standards. Applies increasing knowledge of discipline specific technology to carry out varied and increasingly complex tasks and projects under moderate supervision.
  2. Responsibility – Utilizes more advanced skills and an understanding of the total process flow within functional area. Obtains data and performs basic analysis and interpretations. Provides initial quality control.
  3. Problem Solving – Objectives are set in conjunction with supervisor for tasking. Applies knowledge and experience to solve problems. Able to research projects and make evaluations knowing, with assistance, what information to collect and where to find it.
  4. Teaming – Has joint responsibility as a team member for departmental project results. Shows initiative by actively seeking to advance knowledge. Takes an active role in team meetings and decisions.

 

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES

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  1. There are no supervisory aspects associated with this position.

 

WORKING CONDITIONS

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  1. Consistent with that of a normal office environment.

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

The minimum level of education, experience, and certifications required to perform the job.

  1. Developing incumbent possessing job related experience and demonstrating expanded competencies in position specific skills. Possesses familiarity with inter and cross departmental functions;
  2. Bachelor’s Degree preferred;
  3. At least 3 years oil & gas experience;
  4. Knowledge of oil & gas permitting procedures, Colorado background preferred.

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