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This position will be working nights, twelve hour shifts with seven days on, seven days off schedule. Min $31.55/hr Max $38.28/hr Bonus Target 10%   SUMMARY A brief description summarizing the overall purpose and objectives of the position and the results the worker is expected to accomplish. Responsible for management of all automation alarms and the timely dispatching of field personnel in order to respond within the appropriate timeline to ensure the issue is addressed before it escalates. Providing field personnel with pertinent details of alarms, alarm response procedures, and documenting their action through the appropriate system. Utilize camera systems at PDC Facilities and Office(s) to monitor facility and building security. Handle all emergency phone call notifications, requests for SDS’s and dispatching of field personnel accordingly. Assist the Production Areas by monitoring any facility issues and/or opportunities for facility optimization through the regular review of automation data. Responsible for alerting field personnel of pending weather or significant emergency situations.   ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS The tasks, duties, and responsibilities of the position that are most important to be successful. - Assist with maintaining compliance requirements (SDS’s, incident notifications, emergency response, etc.); - Responsible for maintaining field-wide communication with field personnel; - Support field personnel by communicating essential details of alarms and issues to provide assistance; - Assist field personnel with troubleshooting site specific conditions to resolve issues in a timely manner; - Able to evaluate automation alarms and determine the immediate actions required to mitigate any potential risk; - Accurately report all alarms or emergency phone calls and document the response to each in the appropriate system; - Report problems requiring additional help or equipment to foreman; - Perform all job functions with concern for safety, compliance and the environment; - Performs relief pumper duties for Night Pumpers as needed (vacations, absences, cross training, etc.); - Evaluate, recommend and develop automation alarms and the need for additional automation data, reports and dashboards; - Work professionally and respectfully with landowners, coworkers and others at all times; - Perform and assume other duties and responsibilities as may be required at the direction of the foreman; - Must be able to move items weighing up to fifty-five (55) pounds to a height of forty (40) inches, and move items weighing up to thirty-five (35) pounds to a height of seventy-five (75) inches to service various components of equipment on well sites; - Must be able to ascend/descend a ladder and utilize stairs to work at heights to service equipment on well sites; - Must be able to traverse uneven terrain to access well sites; - Demonstrate commitment to safety and environmental compliance in all job aspects.   KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ATTRIBUTES The specific minimum competencies required for job performance. - Excellent understanding of PDC’s DJ Basin production operations, equipment, policies and procedures; - Must have strong computer skills and understanding of PDC software (i.e., OneNote, Cygnet, Excel, etc.); - Strong communication and interpersonal skills; - Strong organizational skills; - Demonstrates professionalism in all circumstances; - Must be a self-starter. Possesses the ability to work independently with minimal supervision and be able to report non-routine situations to foreman; - Must possess the ability to operate manual tools related to well maintenance to include, but not limited to, shovels, wrenches, rakes, etc.; - Willingly ask questions and seeks direction from supervisor; - Demonstrates enthusiasm and initiative for learning and seeking advanced knowledge; - Has an expanded skillset and follows appropriate procedures within assigned area; - Ability to teach less experienced team members; - Follows established policies, practices, and procedures while adhering to company safety processes.   CAREER PROGRESSION ATTRIBUTES The specific minimum attributes required at the designated Career Progression classification. Field Operations Specialist 2 - Competency – Effectively communicates and receives feedback. Possesses working knowledge of discipline and department functions. Applies basic knowledge to carry out a sequence of tasks under moderate supervision. - Responsibility – Demonstrates an understanding of the total process flow within functional area. Conducts routine assignments involving standardized operations procedures. Imparts valuable contributions and maintains a solid standard of work, while adhering to safety policies and procedures. - Problem Solving – Ability to recognize non-routine situations, adapt accordingly and communicate issues to more experienced personnel. - Teaming – Receives general instructions on routine work, detailed instructions on new assignments. Shows initiative by actively seeking advanced knowledge.   SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES The scope of the person’s authority, including a list of jobs that report to the incumbent. - There are no supervisory responsibilities associated with this position.   WORKING CONDITIONS The environment in which the job is performed, especially any unique conditions outside a normal office environment. - Position is 80% typical office environment, with potential 20% outside environment; - Worker is subjected to weather elements and worker must be accustomed to performing tasks in potentially adverse conditions; - Some overtime may be required.   MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS The minimum level of education, experience, and certifications required to perform the job. - Intermediate incumbent possessing job related experience and demonstrating expanded competencies in position specific skills; - High School graduate or GED equivalent; - Minimum of two years of oil and gas production experience required; - Minimum of one year of experience utilizing Cygnet in production operations; - Valid driver's license with driver’s record acceptable by PDC Energy insurance carrier; - Ability to pass a pre-employment drug screening and background investigation; - Ability to pass a pre-employment physical ability test.
Job Location
US-CO-Evans
Min
USD $31.55/Hr.
Max
USD $38.28/Hr.
Bonus Target
10%
Min $20.67/hr Max $25.24/hr Bonus 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 Division Order Coordinator provides administrative and clerical support to the Division Order Department. The Coordinator interacts with royalty and working interest owners via email and phone as well as other internal departments as needed.   ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS The tasks, duties, and responsibilities of the position that are most important to get the job done. - Perform clerical functions including but not limited to mailing, scanning, filing; - Process incoming division orders, returned mail and checks; - Monitor DO email box and assign incoming transfers via ticketing system; - Respond to inquiries from royalty and working interest owners; - Set up and maintain Business Partners, confirm TIN and SSN through IRS website; - Process address changes, assist in locating owners for returned 1099’s; - Complete pay code changes; - Set up new Joint Ventures and create well files for analysts; - Research owner suspense for TIN and BA (other codes as assigned) and escheat issues; - Mail Due Diligence letters, process owners who respond and maintain escheat spreadsheet; - Update P&A wells in PRA, complete JIB/Net corrections as communicated by Accounting; - Ensure compliance with all established regulations and internal controls and processes; - Demonstrate commitment to safety and environmental compliance in all job aspects.   KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ATTRIBUTES   The specific minimum competencies required for job performance.   - Excellent oral, written communication, and customer service skills; - Possess analytical and math skills; - Detail oriented with a high level of accuracy; - Ability to prioritize and manage multiple projects simultaneously; - Ability to work well with others or independently; - Ability to be consistent, dependable, and accurate in carrying out responsibilities to a successful conclusion.   CAREER PROGRESSION ATTRIBUTES The specific minimum attributes required at the designated Career Progression classification. Support Services Associate/ Administrative Professional 2 - Competency – Willingly shares skills and knowledge. Effectively gives and receives feedback. - Responsibility – Duties and tasks are varied but standardized. Demonstrating more advanced skills and an understanding of the total process flow within functional area. - Problem Solving – Works on assignments that are semi-routine in nature where ability to recognize deviation from accepted practice is required. - Teaming – Receives general instructions on routine work, detailed instructions on new assignments.    SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES The scope of the person’s authority, including a list of jobs that report to the incumbent. - There are no initial supervisory aspects associated with this position.   WORKING CONDITIONS The environment in which the job is performed, especially any unique conditions outside a normal office environment. - Consistent with that of a normal office environment; - Expected to work in the office Tuesdays, Wednesday, and Thursdays and remote Mondays and Fridays.   MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS The minimum level of education, experience, and certifications required to perform the job. - Intermediate incumbent possessing job related experience and demonstrating expanded competencies in position specific skills; - High School Diploma or equivalent required, a College Degree preferred; - Experience in Microsoft Office Suite required.
Job Location
US-CO-Denver
Min
USD $20.67/Hr.
Max
USD $25.24/Hr.
Bonus Target
10%
This position will be working a 7 x 3 / 8 x 3 schedule – seven days on, three days off followed by eights days on, three days off. Min $25.75/hr Max $31.57/hr Bonus Target 10% Multiple opportunities available.    SUMMARY A brief description summarizing the overall purpose and objectives of the position and the results the worker is expected to accomplish. Responsible for daily operations of assigned oil and gas wells to include all processing equipment and production facilities. Must evaluate and maintain peak production performance for each individual well on assigned route.   ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS The tasks, duties, and responsibilities of the position that are most important to be successful. - Optimize each well on assigned route given daily operating conditions; - Responsible and accountable for managing all fluids on assigned route; - Check all equipment daily and make normal repairs by troubleshooting site situations; - Accurately report all regulatory items on a daily basis; - Report problems requiring additional help or equipment to Supervisor; - Accurately record meter readings, pressures, and production volumes; - Perform job functions with concern for safety, compliance and the environment; - Work professionally and respectfully with landowners, coworkers and others at all times; - Perform and assume other duties and responsibilities as may be required at the direction of the Production Foreman; - Must be able to move items weighing up to fifty five (55) pounds to a height of forty (40) inches, and move items weighing up to thirty five (35) pounds to a height of seventy five (75) inches to service various components of equipment on well sites; - Must be able to ascend/descend a ladder and utilize stairs to work at heights to service equipment on well sites; - Must be able to traverse uneven terrain to access well sites; - Demonstrate commitment to safety and environmental compliance in all job aspects.   KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ATTRIBUTES   The specific minimum competencies required for job performance.   - Must be computer literate to include use of laptop and related technologies; - Must be a self-starter. Possesses the ability to work independently with minimal supervision; - Must possess the ability to operate manual tools related to well maintenance to include, but not limited to, shovels, wrenches, rakes, etc.; - Basic math skills required to calculate production volumes, tank volumes and gas flow rates; - Willingly ask questions and seek direction from supervisor; - Demonstrates enthusiasm and initiative for learning and seeking advanced knowledge; - Follows established policies, practices, and procedures while adhering to company safety processes; - Working under direct supervision, is able to follow detailed instructions and tasks set by supervisor; - Performs basic skills and follows appropriate procedures within assigned area; - Demonstrates professionalism in all circumstances; - Reports any non-routine situation to supervisor.   REQUIRED CAREER PROGRESSION ATTRIBUTES These specific minimum attributes are required for the designated Career Progression classification. Field Operations Specialist 1 - Competency – Willingly asks questions and seeks direction from supervision. Shows enthusiasm for learning and represents self professionally. Understands and meets quality standards. - Responsibility – Duties and tasks are routine, standard and repetitive. Follows existing policies, practices, and procedures while adhering to company safety precautions by taking guidance from supervision. - Problem Solving – Refers questions and problems to higher levels. Objectives and tasking are set by supervisor. Applies basic skills and appropriate procedures within assigned area. - Teaming –Works under direct supervision and follows detailed instructions. Reports any deviations from routine procedure to lead / supervisor. Shows initiative by actively seeking advanced knowledge.   SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES The scope of the person’s authority, including a list of jobs that report to the incumbent. - There are no supervisory aspects associated with this position.    WORKING CONDITIONS The environment in which the job is performed, especially any unique conditions outside a normal office environment. - Position is 80% outside environment. Worker is subjected to weather elements and worker must be accustomed to performing tasks in potentially adverse conditions; - Some overtime may be required.   MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS The minimum level of education, experience, and certifications required to perform the job. - Developing incumbent with limited job-related experience and developing position specific skills; - High school graduate or GED equivalent; - Minimum two years of experience in the oil & gas industry is preferred; - Oil & gas production experience is preferred; - Valid driver's license with driver’s record acceptable by PDC Energy insurance carrier; - Ability to pass a pre-employment drug screening and background investigation; - Ability to pass a pre-employment physical ability test.
Job Location
US-CO-Evans
Min
USD $25.75/Hr.
Max
USD $31.47/Hr.
Bonus Target
10%
Min $130,500/yr Max $159,500/yr Bonus Target 17.5% Equity Target 17.5%   SUMMARY A brief description summarizing the overall purpose and objectives of the position and the results the worker is expected to accomplish. The Completions Foreman is responsible for the organization and field supervision of well completion operations.   ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS The tasks, duties, and responsibilities of the position that are most important to get the job done. - Monitor and record all data from well stimulation activities. - Oversee all wireline operations, pump down perforating, logging, tool retrieval, casing cutting, various types of wireline tools and operations. - Oversee and understand the Drill Out process and procedures for both coil tubing, and rig work. A good understanding of wellbore dynamics, down hole tools, different types of BHA’s. - Perform and assume other duties and responsibilities as may be required at the direction of the Completions Supervisor and Superintendent. - Assure compliance with PDC policies and procedures, along with government and state regulations. - Demonstrate commitment to safety and environmental compliance in all job aspects.   KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ATTRIBUTES   The specific minimum competencies required for job performance.   - Strong knowledge of Stimulation procedures. - Good understanding of Drill Out procedures. - Good understanding of wellbore mechanics. - Good understanding of Drill Out rig and Coil Tubing operations. - Good Knowledge of downhole tools. - Strong computer skills. - Strong communication skills. - Strong management skills and organization skills. - Must possess integrity, be self-starting and have good interpersonal skills.   CAREER PROGRESSION ATTRIBUTES The specific minimum attributes required at the designated Career Progression classification. Field Operations Supervisor 3 - Competency – Demonstrates advanced competency in job responsibilities. Takes multidisciplinary approach to projects that involve a high degree of interaction between departments, using own experience and outside sources. Has developed a strong logical approach to risk assessment and decision-making. - Responsibility – Demonstrates ability to produce results. Works on assignments that are complex in nature requiring considerable judgement, analysis and initiative. Acts as a role model by demonstrating adherence to all safety procedures and policies to foster a safe work culture. - Problem Solving – Works independently, making most decisions and referring major exceptions to supervision. Initiates objectives and strategies for review. Applies knowledge and experience to solve very complex problems. Is focused on maintaining long-term objectives, cost saving measures and efficiencies. - Teaming – Works effectively with other disciplines and departments. Takes initiative and an active leadership role in team meetings and decisions. Provides assistance, supervision, and mentoring to less experienced colleagues. Works effectively with other disciplines and departments. Willingly accepts and provides feedback.   SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES The scope of the person’s authority, including a list of jobs that report to the incumbent. - Must organize, direct and support contractors, and vendors, on day-to-day completion activities on location.   WORKING CONDITIONS The environment in which the job is performed, especially any unique conditions outside a normal office environment. - This position will require a split between office and field environments.   MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS The minimum level of education, experience, and certifications required to perform the job. - Good incumbent with substantial job-related experience and supervisory skills. Demonstrates an advanced knowledge base of inter and cross-departmental functions. - High School Diploma or equivalent required. - Minimum of 10 years of oil & gas field experience or combination of field and schooling required. - Minimum of 5 years of frac stimulation supervision, company man, consultant and/or engineering experience preferred. - Valid CO driver’s license and acceptable driving record. - Ability to pass pre-employment drug screening and background check.
Job Location
US-CO-Evans
Min
USD $130,500.00/Yr.
Max
USD $159,500.00/Yr.
Bonus Target
17.5%
Equity Target
17.5%
This position will be working a 5 x 2 schedule – Monday through Friday, may work weekends on an as needed basis.  Min $34.90/hr Max $42.66/hr Bonus 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 Pumper Trainer is accountable for training and delivering instruction to pumpers in the daily operations of assigned oil and gas wells to include all processing equipment and production facilities. Pumper Trainer will be responsible for certifying all new hire pumpers are proficient and able to perform all items on the pumper training checklist safely.   ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS The tasks, duties, and responsibilities of the position that are most important to be successful - The incumbent will teach, coach and provide guidance to trainees in the following areas to ensure safety, environmental compliance and operational procedures. - Perform all job functions with a concern for safety, compliance and environment. - Will train new pumpers utilizing PDC’s Field Manual to have a thorough understanding of included materials. - Working professionally and respectfully with landowners, coworkers and others at all times while performing all job duties. - Will train new pumpers on all surface equipment; including: separators, compressors, automation and wellhead control. - Will be responsible for managing all fluids on assigned route. - Train how to accurately record meter readings, pressures, production volumes and the reporting of all regulatory items. - Responsible for checking all equipment on assigned route and completing all dispatched forms while troubleshooting site situations. - Expected to communicate any problems, issues or concerns regarding assigned route to appropriate foreman. - Performing and assuming other duties and responsibilities as may be required at the direction of the foreman. - Must be able to move items weighing up to fifty five (55) pounds to a height of forty (40) inches, and move items weighing up to thirty five (35) pounds to a height of seventy five (75) inches to service various components of equipment on well sites; - Must be able to ascend/descend a ladder and utilize stairs to work at heights to service equipment on well sites; - Must be able to traverse uneven terrain to access well sites; - Demonstrate commitment to safety and environmental compliance in all job aspects.   KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ATTRIBUTES   The specific minimum competencies required for job performance.   - Must possess excellent communication skills in order to convey training in an understandable manner to a variety of learning styles; - Must possess and demonstrate a solid understanding of all functions of the Pumper role at PDC; - Must be computer literate to include use of laptop and related technologies; - Must be a self-starter. Possesses the ability to work independently with minimal supervision;  - Must possess the ability to operate manual tools related to well maintenance to include, but not limited to, shovels, wrenches, rakes, etc.; - Basic math skills required to calculate production volumes, tank volumes and gas flow rates; - Demonstrates professionalism in all circumstances.   REQUIRED CAREER PROGRESSION ATTRIBUTES These specific minimum attributes are required for the designated Career Progression classification. Field Operations Specialist 3 - Competency – Possesses thorough working knowledge of own discipline and is cognizant of other disciplines. Conducts advanced assignments under guidance of more experienced personnel. - Responsibility –Performs all aspects of job duties applying new information and concepts. May have responsibility for planning and executing projects and regular workload. Fully competent in standard operations procedures and criteria used in carrying out assignments while adhering to and promoting all safety policies and procedures. - Problem Solving – Presents recommendations and builds on ideas of others. Possesses all basic and some advanced skills and knowledge to solve problems within functional area. Keeps long-term objectives, cost saving measures and efficiencies in mind. - Teaming –Takes an active part in team meetings and decisions while also working independently. Coaches less experienced employees and is able to explain ideas and concepts to them. May serve as lead on projects.   SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES The scope of the person’s authority, including a list of jobs that report to the incumbent. - There are no supervisory responsibilities associated with this position.   WORKING CONDITIONS The environment in which the job is performed, especially any unique conditions outside a normal office environment. - Position is 80% outside environment. Worker is subjected to weather elements and worker must be accustomed to performing tasks in potentially adverse conditions; - Some overtime may be required.   MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS The minimum level of education, experience, and certifications required to perform the job. - Accomplished incumbent with established position specific skills, and working knowledge of inter and cross departmental function; - High school graduate or GED equivalent; - 5 years of production experience in the oil & gas industry is preferred; - Valid driver’s license with driver’s record acceptable by PDC Energy insurance carrier; - Ability to pass a pre-employment drug screening and background investigation; - Ability to pass a pre-employment physical ability test.
Job Location
US-CO-Evans
Min
USD $34.90/Hr.
Max
USD $42.66/Hr.
Bonus Target
10%
Min $83,000/yr Max $101,500/yr 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 Safety Representative is the primary point of contact for all safety matters related to our Production and Post-Production Teams in the Wattenberg Asset but will be expected to assist with safety needs across the Asset. The candidate selected for this position will be able to provide technical safety guidance to the Asset and positively influence PDC employees to help drive towards a best-in-class EHS culture. The Safety Representative will work closely with other Safety Representatives in the Asset and support other PDC EHS programs, as necessary.    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS The tasks, duties, and responsibilities of the position that are most important to get the job done. - Champion field-level safety compliance efforts in collaboration with PDC Production and Post-Production Teams, other PDC EHS Teams, and contractors; - Assist with ongoing execution of PPE/Gas monitor programs; - Offer input to Production leadership on contractor selection and help manage ISNetworld contractor safety program as needed; - Facilitate and enhance effective working relationships with contractors (communicating PDC expectations programs, documentation, etc.); - Develop and deliver training (OSHA topics, specialized safety equipment, driving, emergency response, etc.) as directed by Supervisor; - Able to research, solve and respond to routine and advanced questions and problems; - Identify opportunities for enhanced service delivery, efficiencies, and increased cost effectiveness; - Identify recommended process improvements, best practices, and lessons learned related to safety programs; - Assist with organizing, and providing new hire EHS training/onboarding efforts; - Serve as field point of contact and represent asset during regulatory agency inspections and audits as directed by Supervisor; - Conduct and/or organize Production field site visits/audits, document findings, ensure follow-up​; - Assess/Evaluate current Production work practices as needed; - Manage employee injury cases (interface with 3rd party medical assistance, Dr. visits, follow-up appointments, etc.); - Assist with incident response, including investigation, identifying root causes and corrective actions; - Demonstrate commitment to safety and environmental compliance.   KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ATTRIBUTES The specific minimum competencies required for job performance. - Demonstrated experience working with safety regulatory standards and compliance practices as they relate to upstream oil and gas; - Demonstrated track record of engaging with stakeholders to understand interests and priorities; - Able to influence or coach to achieve positive safety results; - Flexible to work in an evolving regulatory environment; - Ability to manage multiple tasks and deadlines; - Excellent interpersonal skills; - Familiarity with oilfield equipment, processes, and terminology.   CAREER PROGRESSION ATTRIBUTES The specific minimum attributes required at the designated Career Progression classification. Support Services Professional 2 - Competency – Possesses working knowledge of discipline. Applies basic knowledge to carry out a sequence of tasks under moderate supervision. - Responsibility – Conducts routine assignments under guidance of more experienced personnel. Imparts valuable contributions and maintains a high standard of work. - Problem Solving – Objectives are set in conjunction with supervisor for tasking. Applies knowledge and experience to solve problems. - Teaming – Has joint responsibility as a team member for group / project results. Shows initiative by actively seeking advanced knowledge.   SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES The scope of the person’s authority, including a list of jobs that report to the incumbent. - There are no supervisory responsibilities associated with this position.   WORKING CONDITIONS The environment in which the job is performed, especially any unique conditions outside a normal office environment. - 60% office environment, 40% field environment; - Travel between PDC office and various oil & gas field operations as required.   MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS The minimum level of education, experience, and certifications required to perform the job. - Intermediate incumbent possessing job related experience and demonstrating expanded competencies in position specific skills; - 3+ years of oil and gas safety experience preferred; - Bachelor’s degree in related field of study preferred or equivalent work experience; - Experience in oil and gas exploration and production operations, preferably including well drilling and completions.
Job Location
US-CO-Evans
Min
USD $83,000.00/Yr.
Max
USD $101,500.00/Yr.
Bonus Target
12.5%
Equity Target
10%
Min $19.57/hr Max $23.93/hr Bonus Target 10% Multiple opportunities available.    SUMMARY A brief description summarizing the overall purpose and objectives of the position and the results the worker is expected to accomplish. Contribute to the overall production goals by performing construction and maintenance duties on wells and surrounding grounds. The Field Compliance Technician will also heavily focus efforts to reduce costs with emissions compliance. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS The tasks, duties, and responsibilities of the position that are most important to get the job done. - Complete ECD Site Inspections to ensure flare efficiency through flare and tank seal maintenance and initiate any manufacturer required repairs; - Perform hydro-testing in strategic areas and uses consistent method for early detection of failures; - Assemble and repair oil field machinery and equipment; - Provide assistance to pumpers, as needed; - Develop, document, and implement quality control procedures for construction projects; - Maintain roustabout truck to safely and effectively perform construction and maintenance tasks; - Assist Roustabout Foreman in keeping invoices and CDL logs current on a daily basis; - Effectively clean up all spills to ensure safe work area; - Abide by all PDC safe work procedures and state and federal regulations; - Walk flow lines to locate leaks; - Must be able to move items weighing up to sixty (60) pounds to a height of forty (40) inches to service various components of equipment on well sites; - Must be able to ascend/descend a ladder and utilize stairs to work at heights up to five (5) feet to service equipment on well sites; - Must be able to traverse uneven terrain to access well sites; - Demonstrate commitment to safety and environmental compliance in all job aspects.   KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ATTRIBUTES   The specific minimum competencies required for job performance.   - Knowledge of machines and tools commonly used in the oil & gas industry; - Possess physical strength needed to perform construction & maintenance duties; - Basic math knowledge used in common calculations; - Must be a self-starter; - Possess the ability to work independently with minimal supervision; - Must possess the ability to safely operate all vehicles involved in roustabout work.   CAREER PROGRESSION ATTRIBUTES The specific minimum attributes required at the designated Career Progression classification. Field Operations Specialist 1 - Competency – Willingly asks questions and seeks direction from supervision. Shows enthusiasm for learning and represents self professionally. Understands and meets quality standards. - Responsibility – Duties and tasks are routine, standard and repetitive. Follows existing policies, practices, and procedures while adhering to company safety precautions by taking guidance from supervision. - Problem Solving – Refers questions and problems to higher levels. Objectives and tasking are set by supervisor. Applies basic skills and appropriate procedures within assigned area. - Teaming –Works under direct supervision and follows detailed instructions. Reports any deviations from routine procedure to lead / supervisor. Shows initiative by actively seeking advanced knowledge.   SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES The scope of the person’s authority, including a list of jobs that report to the incumbent. - There are no initial supervisory aspects associated with this position.   WORKING CONDITIONS The environment in which the job is performed, especially any unique conditions outside a normal office environment. - Work is 95% outside environment.   MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS The minimum level of education, experience, and certifications required to perform the job. - Developing incumbent with limited job-related experience and developing position specific skills; - High School graduate of GED equivalent; - Valid driver’s license with drivers record acceptable to insurance carriers by PDC; - Ability to pass a pre-employment drug screening and background investigation; - Ability to pass a pre-employment physical ability test.
Job Location
US-CO-Evans
Min
USD $19.57/Hr.
Max
USD $23.93/Hr.
Bonus 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 Production Engineer II performs engineering duties under the direction of the Lead Production Engineer for the Wattenberg asset.  The Production Engineer will assume responsibility and lead for production area’s and collaborate with various departments such as: Field Ops, Geology, Land, EHS and Accounting in a team environment to help execute development plan. In addition, this person will coordinate with operations personnel to optimize both production and operating expenses in horizontal wells as well as vertical wells. The Production Engineer will also execute value add projects to the company based on knowledge of Production Engineering discipline with focus on data analytics.   ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS The tasks, duties, and responsibilities of the position that are most important to get the job done. - Monitors properties to ensure target production rates and LOE are being met while seeking out optimization opportunities in a fast-paced production environment; - Identify, design and help implement economic workovers and production enhancement projects including artificial lift technology; - Evaluate LOS reports and production datasets to seek out performance enhancement opportunities while interacting with field staff; - Provide engineering support on high-quality engineering and operational projects and presentations focused on engineering findings, and other technical items to asset team with focus on accurate and professional products; - Understand and evaluate current facility designs and provide recommendations for enhancements to improve productivity, economics, and/or regulatory compliance; - Participate in technical committees that align with company goals; - Participate in company ESG efforts; - Demonstrate commitment to safety and environmental compliance in all job aspects.   KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ATTRIBUTES   The specific minimum competencies required for job performance.     Advanced knowledge/expertise in: - Background in production engineer with emphasis on knowledge of downhole functions such as: critical rate, artificial lift, plunger lift, production chemicals and nodal analysis; - Strong Excel and PC skills in general, with experience in MS Office/Access/SQL, ARIES, Spotfire, Rodstar/XPOC and FEKETE modules preferred; - Technical writing skills; - Highly organized, results oriented, not afraid to take initiative and have a willingness to learn; Functional knowledge/expertise in: - Operational knowledge of E&P functions, i.e. completions, production, facilities, and drilling; - Self-starter, flexible and assertive when required; - Must be able to multi-task effectively and to manage multiple deadlines; - Collaborates with other departments; - Methodical approach to problem solving.   CAREER PROGRESSION ATTRIBUTES The specific minimum attributes required at the designated Career Progression classification.           Exploration & Production Professional 2 - Competency –Possesses applied knowledge of discipline used to carry out assignments under moderate guidance. - Responsibility –Imparts valuable contributions and maintains a high standard of work while conducting assignments under supervision of more experienced personnel. - Problem Solving –Objectives are set in conjunction with supervisor for tasking. Applies knowledge and experience to solve problems. - Teaming –Has joint responsibility as a team member for department/project results. Shows initiative by actively seeking advanced knowledge. Takes an active role in team meetings and decisions.   SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES The scope of the person’s authority, including a list of jobs that report to the incumbent. - There are no initial supervisory aspects associated with this position.   WORKING CONDITIONS The environment in which the job is performed, especially any unique conditions outside a normal office environment. - Consistent with that of a normal office environment; - Frequent travel to the Wattenberg field as needed.   MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS The minimum level of education, experience, and certifications required to perform the job. - Accomplished incumbent  possessing a minimum of 4 years job related experience, established position specific skills. Possesses working knowledge of inter and cross departmental functions; - Can demonstrate knowledge/expertise in skills from Section III above. - Engineering degree (petroleum, chemical preferred); - Minimum 4+ years of engineering related experience; 3+ years Production Engineering experience preferred.   PDC ENERGY VALUES - Integrity–We live by our word. We strive to be fair and honest, maintain high ethical and moral standards, and are known for doing what we say we will do. - Stakeholder Focus –We treat stakeholders fairly. We aim to exceed internal and external stakeholders’ expectations by understanding their needs and requirements to ensure we deliver on our commitments.  We collaborate with our fellow employees, investors, partners, service providers and communities in a transparent manner that builds trustworthiness. - Performance Driven – We are driven to excel. We demonstrate our commitment to achieving quality results through visible leadership, sound growth, financial discipline, innovation and continuous improvement. - Teamwork – We are one company. We will succeed far beyond our individual contributions through effective teaming. Each of our contributions and roles are critical to ensure our collective success. - Respect –We foster respect. We respect each other through our actions, the environment and the health, safety and well-being of our employees as well as the communities where we live and work.  
Job Location
US-CO-Denver
Min
USD $119,500.00/Yr.
Max
USD $146,000.00/Yr.
Bonus Target
17.5%
Equity Target
25%
Min $112,500/yr Max $137,500/yr Bonus Target 17.5% Equity Target 23%   SUMMARY A brief description summarizing the overall purpose and objectives of the position and the results the worker is expected to accomplish. The Senior Tax Accountant will have primary responsibility for corporate income and indirect tax compliance.   ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS The tasks, duties, and responsibilities of the position that are most important to get the job done.   Direct Tax - Responsible for preparation of federal and state tax workpapers supporting compliance and tax provision processes; - Responsible for maintaining tax basis of oil and gas properties including analysis of acquisitions, computing tax gain/loss on divestures, trades and swaps, maintaining deferred tax gain/loss on qualifying IRS Section 1031 like-kind exchanges, working with external advisors on computation of tax depletion; - Responsible for maintaining tax basis of fixed assets and tangible costs in SAP; - Responsible for preparation and/or coordination of corporate income tax filings; - Responsible for preparing quarterly income tax general ledger journal entries and reconciliations; - Coordinating, working with and leveraging from external tax advisors; - Establish, implement, and improve processes and controls for the corporate tax department; - Ensures compliance with relevant Sarbanes-Oxley components Use Tax - Be responsible and take ownership of the use tax compliance process; - Responsible for preparation of tax work-papers supporting the use tax returns; - Ensure the timely filing and payment of the use tax returns; - Responsible for monthly and/or quarterly closing process, including journal entry preparation and general ledger reconciliation; - Develop, improve and streamline processes and procedures for use tax return compliance; - Research indirect taxes, monitor sales tax system to ensure correct rates and tax rules are applied; - Responsible for preparing and/or working with third party vendor on sales tax refund claims; Ad Valorem Tax - Be responsible and take ownership of the ad valorem tax compliance process for personal property; - Responsible for preparation of tax work-papers supporting the Colorado Oil & Gas Declaration (NERF) return for multiple counties; - Responsible for preparation of tax work-papers supporting various personal property tax returns for multiple counties in Colorado and Texas; - Ensure timely filing and payments of all personal property ad valorem returns; - Responsible for month end closing process, including journal entry preparation and general ledger reconciliation; Other - Manage and maintain tax calendar; - Manage all tax related notices, audits or inquiries (IRS, State Tax Authorities); - Project manager and lead for escheat filings, audits and notices, including preparation of journal entries and general ledger reconciliation; - Perform and assume other duties and responsibilities as may be required at the direction of the Senior Manager, Tax or CAO as needed for special projects; - Ensure all corporate and normal business and ethical standards are closely adhered to and correct any deviations encountered and appropriate controls are administered; - Demonstrate commitment to safety and environmental compliance in all job aspects.   KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ATTRIBUTES   The specific minimum competencies required for job performance.    - Strong accounting, analytical, tax technical and problem-solving skills; - Must possess a detailed knowledge of property maintenance and reconciliation; - Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to build and maintain effective working relationships across all levels of management; - Excellent organizational skills with attention to detail, quality, and precision; - Detail oriented professional with strong written and oral communication skills; - Ability to be flexible, multi-task and prioritize, work within time constraints; - Must be a self-starter with the ability to work independently; - Works with purpose and a sense of urgency, deadline focused, and commitment driven. - Proven track record of learning quickly, taking initiative, working proactively and being resourceful; - Advanced Excel spreadsheet skills; - Advanced use of software such as SAP, CORPTAX or ONESOURCE   CAREER PROGRESSION ATTRIBUTES The specific minimum attributes required at the designated Career Progression classification. Support Services Professional 5 - Competency – Attained specialized knowledge in breadth and depth within discipline. Demonstrates expertise and has working knowledge of other specialty areas.  Able to function as a leader within the department and is relied upon by colleagues, manager, and other departments. - Responsibility – Posses advanced knowledge in professional discipline, gained from experience. Conducts complex studies and projects using advanced concepts. - Problem Solving – Plans objectives and strategies of projects. Quickly and accurately identifies elements of projects, including aspects of cost savings and efficiency. - Teaming–Acts as a resource to colleagues and as a mentor or supervisory to less experienced employees. Demonstrates initiative by actively advising and updating management and colleagues on departmental developments.   SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES The scope of the person’s authority, including a list of jobs that report to the incumbent. - May supervise tax accountants, tax interns on an as needed basis as well as coordinate the tax consulting work of independent third-party service providers.   WORKING CONDITIONS The environment in which the job is performed, especially any unique conditions outside a normal office environment.  - Consistent with that of a normal office environment.   MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS The minimum level of education, experience, and certifications required to perform the job. - Expert incumbent typically possessing a minimum of 15 years job related experience and position specific skills. In addition, possessing a mastery of position skills, inter-departmental functions and cross-departmental knowledge; - Minimum 3 years of progressive tax experience at a Big 4 or large regional Public Accounting firm; - Minimum 3 years of progressive experience at an in-house tax department at a public company, preferably oil and gas company; - Three years of experience in the Oil & Gas industry required - Experience with fixed asset software, implementation is a plus; - Experience with tax preparation software such as CORPTAX or Onesource, implementation is a plus; - Bachelors of Science in Accounting, Finance or other relevant areas; - CPA required.
Job Location
US-CO-Denver
Min
USD $112,500.00/Yr.
Max
USD $137,500.00/Yr.
Bonus Target
17.5%
Equity Target
23%
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. - Manage Generwell application in support of SSRD, ensuring all parties are completing tasks within designated deadlines; - Compile and load all upcoming locations into Generwell to kick off the SSRD process; - Assist Planning Team with Generwell tasks as requested; - Make recommendations for Generwell process adjustments, maintenance and upgrades; - Assist Planning Team with mapping of pre-directional survey “sticks”; - Coordinate timing and acquisition of directional plans for permitting; - Assist in DSU strategy plans and mapping; - Maintain and track metrics and KPIs relating to P&D; - Maintenance of various P&D datasets and databases; - Assist development team with data imports/exports for use in other software; - Provide support to Planning and Development Team on specialized projects, as needed; - Demonstrate commitment to safety and environmental compliance in all job aspects.   KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ATTRIBUTES   The specific minimum competencies required for job performance.   - Functional knowledge in the following: O&G operations, Generwell or other planning software, GIS, Colorado Permitting process. - Ability to work with technical and other professionals; - Ability to search for, find and analyze data from diverse sources; - Ability to express oneself in both written and verbal form; - Task oriented with careful attention to detail; - Ability to work on a team; - Curious and motivated self-starter.    CAREER PROGRESSION ATTRIBUTES The specific minimum attributes required at the designated Career Progression classification. Technical Professional 2 - 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. - 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. - 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. - 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 The scope of the person’s authority, including a list of jobs that report to the incumbent. - There are no supervisory aspects associated with this position.   WORKING CONDITIONS The environment in which the job is performed, especially any unique conditions outside a normal office environment. - Consistent with that of a normal office environment.   MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS The minimum level of education, experience, and certifications required to perform the job. - Developing incumbent possessing job related experience and demonstrating expanded competencies in position specific skills. Possesses familiarity with inter and cross departmental functions; - Bachelor’s Degree preferred; - At least 3 years oil & gas experience; - Knowledge of oil & gas permitting procedures, Colorado background preferred.
Job Location
US-CO-Denver
Min
USD $32.45/Hr.
Max
USD $39.66/Hr.
Bonus Target
12.5%
Equity Target
10%
Min $121,500/yr Max $148,500/yr Bonus Target 15% Equity Target 15%   SUMMARY A brief description summarizing the overall purpose and objectives of the position and the results the worker is expected to accomplish. The Senior SAP Systems Analyst will be responsible for the SAP financial accounting and operations business support and project enhancement functions.  This role will be responsible for providing technical and functional expertise in the SAP Finance (FI) and Controlling (CO), Material Management (MM), and serve as a backup functional resource in supporting the Project Systems (PS) and Asset Management (AM) modules.  A core responsibility of this role will be to provide functional guidance in the processes, and procedures of the Materials Management (MM) module to meet current and future operational business needs. This role will be accountable for translating business requirements into application system solution, lead small and large-scale business and system enhancement projects, provide functional, technical configuration and process support for FI/CO/MM/PS/AM modules and ensure system integrity.   ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS The tasks, duties, and responsibilities of the position that are most important to get the job done. - Provide technical and functional expertise in the SAP Financial Accounting (FI) and Controlling (CO), Material Management (MM), Project Systems (PS) and Asset Management (AM) modules; - Provide functional guidance on the processes, and procedures of the Materials Management (MM) module to meet current and future operational business needs; - Translate business requirements into application system solutions and perform FI/CO/MM/AM/PS modules configuration tasks; - Identify, document, highlight and escalate issues related to FI/CO/MM/AM/PS applications; - Develop/manage detailed configuration and testing of the SAP system modules to meet functional business requirements; - Responsible for the technical design, construction, testing and delivery of the system based on functional business requirements; - Prepare training materials and conduct end-user training; - Lead key business enhancement activities and provide technical and process support in FI/CO/MM/AM/PS applications; - Serve as direct point of contact to functional stakeholders to analyze and troubleshoot system and process issues; - Provide functional FI/CO/MM/AM/PS module expertise, define business objectives and encourage end-user adoption process; - Define and implement the strategy of testing into specific projects/enhancements. The testing strategy includes definition and approach of various types of testing: regression, integration, user tests, validation, performance, automation; - Ensures that the test strategy satisfies the requirements of business stakeholders and IT team members; - Develops test execution schedule for testing activities and establishes testing milestones; - Develop test plans, perform system and process enhancement testing and coordinate all issue resolution efforts; - Monitor system utilization effectiveness and provide process enhancement guidance; - Coordinate with other module owners and assist with SAP JVA/PRA projects and system support tasks as required and actively; - Provide system and process control guidance and engage in audit compliance functions; - Interact with all business stakeholder levels and work on multiple projects simultaneously with minimal supervision; - Perform other duties as assigned by the Director of SAP COE; - Demonstrate commitment to safety and environmental compliance in all job aspects.   KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ATTRIBUTES   The specific minimum competencies required for job performance.   - SAP Financial Accounting (FI) and Controlling (CO), Material Management (MM), Project Systems (PS) and Asset Management (AM) with S/4 HANA project experience; - SAP functional competency in SAP Materials Management (MM) module and understanding on Material Management business processes is required; - Strong oil & gas accounting skills and understanding of GAAP preferred; - Must have a strong understanding of financial & operational reporting relating to projects and assets management, and financial accounting closing process; - Proficiency in configuration and integration points between FI/CO/MM/AM/PS and other SAP core modules; - Ability to work independently, efficiently collaborate with key stakeholders and cross-functional teams; - Strong verbal and written communication skills.   CAREER PROGRESSION ATTRIBUTES The specific minimum attributes required at the designated Career Progression classification. Support Services Professional 3 - Competency – Possesses thorough working knowledge of own discipline and is acquainted with other disciplines. Conducts advanced assignments under guidance of more experienced personnel. - Responsibility – Fully competent in standard techniques, procedures and criteria used in carrying out a sequence of tasks. Under general supervision, performs all aspects of job duties applying new information and concepts. May have responsibility for planning and executing project s and regular workload. - Problem Solving – Assists in developing recommendations for more difficult and complex issues. Presents recommendations and builds on ideas of others. May serve as lead on projects. - Teaming– Works effectively with other disciplines and departments. Provides assistance or supervision to less experienced employees. Takes an active part in team meetings and decisions.   SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES The scope of the person’s authority, including a list of jobs that report to the incumbent. - There are no initial supervisory aspects associated with this position.   WORKING CONDITIONS The environment in which the job is performed, especially any unique conditions outside a normal office environment. - Consistent with that of a normal work environment; - Participates in 24x7 on-call rotation; - Required to work on-call during planned maintenance and/or emergencies; - Frequent travel to all PDC offices required.   MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS The minimum level of education, experience, and certifications required to perform the job. - Accomplished incumbent typically possessing a minimum of 5 years job related experience, established position specific skills, and working knowledge of other inter-departmental functions; - At least 6 years of SAP experience and familiarity with oil & gas accounting preferred; - Good understanding of accounting and transactions related to the SAP FI/CO/MM/AM/PS modules, reporting and other project & asset accounting concepts; - Strong awareness of SAP FI/CO/MM/AM/PS technical capabilities and limitations, as well as the ability to transform functional requirements into workable solutions; - Strong hands-on experience with SAP configuration in FI/CO/MM/AM/PS modules; - Experience in creating functional specifications and enhancement testing; - Experience in developing & executing testing strategy for project & enhancement efforts; - Experience with testing tools (e.g. qTest) and automated regression testing is a plus; - Working knowledge of SAP AM/PS activities (i.e. CAPEX vs OPEX, AUC, and settlements, acquisitions, DD&A, retirement, reporting, etc.); - Strong understanding of integration between MM/AM/PS and FICO modules is required.
Job Location
US-CO-Denver
Min
USD $121,500.00/Yr.
Max
USD $148,500.00/Yr.
Bonus Target
15%
Equity Target
15%
Can be located in Midland, TX or Denver, CO  Min $99,500/yr Max $130,000/yr Bonus Target 15% Equity Target 15%   SUMMARY A brief description summarizing the overall purpose and objectives of the position and the results the worker is expected to accomplish. Maintain an understanding of the air quality requirements pertinent to the Production and Post-Production asset functions and collaborate with Production leadership to drive accountability for meeting requirements and establishing processes that enable compliance in Production and Post-Production operations.​   ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS The tasks, duties, and responsibilities of the position that are most important to get the job done. - Lead field-level air quality compliance efforts for PDC and Contract personnel​; - Ensure all interactions with non-operations/asset customers are coordinated through Central Team and Manager; - Lead implementation of new environmental rules/programs, as directed; - Execute existing air quality compliance programs: Schedule compliance tasks (maintenance, AIMM, Method 22, etc.)​, Ensure proper recordkeeping procedures are in place​, Work with operations to ensure proper applicability, execution and recordkeeping​, Submit reports to regulatory agencies with Central Team input, as necessary; Collaborate with Production Team to conduct inspections and review records to assess compliance (eg., LDAR IR Camera Inspections); - Coordinate with Central Air Team to keep current on and inform field staff on priority air focus areas​; - Provide air quality expertise to field Production Team; - Ensure updates of air quality regulations are communicated via appropriate channels to Production midstream personnel; - Identify the need for, and coordinate the scheduling of, training for Production Team members; - Deliver air quality-related training to the asset,​ as directed; - Submit documents to comply with existing air quality regulatory requirements (excluding permit applications) as directed; - Support Asset responses to regulatory agency information requests related to air quality programs (e.g. observation responses and full compliance evaluations)​, as directed by Manager; - Provide air quality support for production and post-production environmental incidents​; - In coordination with the teammates, identify relevant air quality content to bring to the monthly EHS meetings; - Support EHS Production incident review committee meetings, as directed; - Submit reports to regulatory agencies, as directed; - Monitor stakeholder feedback related to execution of air quality programs, share with Manager & coordinate response as appropriate; - Ensure all team members are supporting the population of data, and use of, PDC’s environmental data management system (ACTS); - Perform and assume other duties and responsibilities as may be required at the direction of supervisor; - Demonstrate commitment to safety and environmental compliance in all job aspects.   KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ATTRIBUTES   The specific minimum competencies required for job performance.   - Demonstrated experience working with air quality regulatory standards and compliance practices as they relate to upstream oil and gas strongly preferred; - Knowledge of regulatory requirements in Texas; - Experience working to support EHS initiatives; - Demonstrated track record of engaging with stakeholders to understand interests and priorities; - Flexible to work in an evolving regulatory environment; - Project management skills; - Excellent communication skills; - Strong analytical, problem solving, and critical thinking skills; - Motivated self-starter; - Ability to manage multiple tasks and deadlines; - Ability to work well in a team setting; - Excellent interpersonal skills; - Strong sense of integrity; - Familiarity with oilfield equipment, processes, and terminology.   CAREER PROGRESSION ATTRIBUTES The specific minimum attributes required at the designated Career Progression classification. Support Services Professional 3 - Competency – Possesses thorough working knowledge of own discipline and is acquainted with other disciplines. Conducts advanced assignments under guidance of more experienced personnel. - Responsibility – Fully competent in standard techniques, procedures and criteria used in carrying out a sequence of tasks. Under general supervision, performs all aspects of job duties applying new information and concepts. May have responsibility for planning and executing project s and regular workload. - Problem Solving – Assists in developing recommendations for more difficult and complex issues. Presents recommendations and builds on ideas of others. May serve as lead on projects. - Teaming– Works effectively with other disciplines and departments. Provides assistance or supervision to less experienced employees. Takes an active part in team meetings and decisions.   SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES The scope of the person’s authority, including a list of jobs that report to the incumbent. - There are no initial supervisory aspects associated with this position.   WORKING CONDITIONS The environment in which the job is performed, especially any unique conditions outside a normal office environment. - Consistent with that of a normal office environment; - If residing in Colorado, the incumbent must be willing to travel to the Midland, TX assets bi-monthly.   MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS The minimum level of education, experience, and certifications required to perform the job. - Accomplished incumbent typically possessing a minimum of 5 years job related experience, established position specific skills, and working knowledge of other inter-departmental functions; - Ability to travel between Colorado and Texas (field office); - Proven experience working with air quality regulations related to upstream Oil & Gas operations; - Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Environmental, or related science discipline or equivalent experience.
Job Location
US-TX-Midland
Min
USD $99,500.00/Yr.
Max
USD $130,000.00/Yr.
Bonus Target
15%
Equity Target
15%
This position will be working a 7 x 3 / 8 x 3 schedule - seven days on, three days off followed by eight days on, three days off. Min $30.29/hr Max $37.03/hr Bonus Target 10% Multiple opportunities available.    SUMMARY A brief description summarizing the overall purpose and objectives of the position and the results the worker is expected to accomplish. Responsible for daily operations of assigned oil and gas wells to include all processing equipment and production facilities. Must evaluate and maintain peak production performance for each individual well on assigned route.   ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS The tasks, duties, and responsibilities of the position that are most important to be successful. - Optimize each well on assigned route given daily operating conditions; - Responsible and accountable for managing all fluids on assigned route; - Check all equipment daily and make normal repairs by troubleshooting site situations; - Accurately report all regulatory items on a daily basis; - Report problems requiring additional help or equipment to Supervisor; - Accurately record meter readings, pressures, and production volumes; - Perform job functions with concern for safety, compliance and the environment; - Work professionally and respectfully with landowners, coworkers and others at all times; - Perform and assume other duties and responsibilities as may be required at the direction of the Production Foreman; - Must be able to move items weighing up to fifty-five (55) pounds to a height of forty (40) inches, and move items weighing up to thirty-five (35) pounds to a height of seventy-five (75) inches to service various components of equipment on well sites; - Must be able to ascend/descend a ladder and utilize stairs to work at heights to service equipment on well sites; - Must be able to traverse uneven terrain to access well sites; - Demonstrate commitment to safety and environmental compliance in all job aspects.   KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ATTRIBUTES   The specific minimum competencies required for job performance.   - Must be computer literate to include use of laptop and related technologies; - Must be a self-starter. Possesses the ability to work independently with minimal supervision; - Must possess the ability to operate manual tools related to well maintenance to include, but not limited to, shovels, wrenches, rakes, etc.; - Basic math skills required to calculate production volumes, tank volumes and gas flow rates; - Willingly asks questions and seeks direction from supervisor; - Applies basic knowledge to carry out a sequence of tasks under moderate supervision; - Demonstrates an understanding of the total process flow within functional area; - Conducts routine assignments involving standard operating procedures; - Ability to recognize non-routine situations, adapt accordingly and communicate issues to more experienced personnel; - Receives general instruction on routine work, detailed instructions on new assignments; - Demonstrates enthusiasm and initiative for learning and seeking advanced knowledge.    CAREER PROGRESSION ATTRIBUTES The specific minimum attributes required at the designated Career Progression classification. Field Operations Specialist 2 - Competency – Effectively communicates and receives feedback. Possesses working knowledge of discipline and department functions. Applies basic knowledge to carry out a sequence of tasks under moderate supervision. - Responsibility – Demonstrates an understanding of the total process flow within functional area. Conducts routine assignments involving standardized operations procedures. Imparts valuable contributions and maintains a solid standard of work, while adhering to safety policies and procedures. - Problem Solving – Ability to recognize non-routine situations, adapt accordingly and communicate issues to more experienced personnel. - Teaming –Receives general instructions on routine work, detailed instructions on new assignments. Shows initiative by actively seeking advanced knowledge.   SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES The scope of the person’s authority, including a list of jobs that report to the incumbent. - There are no supervisory aspects associated with this position.    WORKING CONDITIONS The environment in which the job is performed, especially any unique conditions outside a normal office environment. - Position is 80% outside environment. Worker is subjected to weather elements and worker must be accustomed to performing tasks in potentially adverse conditions; - Some overtime may be required.   MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS The minimum level of education, experience, and certifications required to perform the job. - Intermediate incumbent possessing job related experience and demonstrating expanded competencies in position specific skills; - High school graduate or GED equivalent; - Minimum two years of experience in the oil & gas industry; - Oil & gas production experience is required; - Valid driver's license with driver’s record acceptable by PDC Energy insurance carrier; - Ability to pass a pre-employment drug screening and background investigation; - Ability to pass a pre-employment physical ability test.
Job Location
US-CO-Evans
Min
USD $30.29/Hr.
Max
USD $37.03/Hr.
Bonus Target
10%
Min $106,000/yr Max $129,500/yr Bonus Target 15% Equity Target 15%   SUMMARY A brief description summarizing the overall purpose and objectives of the position and the results the worker is expected to accomplish. The individual in this position will be responsible for design, implementation, monitoring and support of PDC Energy’s enterprise and operational technology network infrastructure.  S/He will work closely with the IT team to support office networking, data center & cloud connectivity and related services including LAN, WAN, SDN, SD WAN, VoIP systems, other premise and cloud solutions. The incumbent will also be responsible for supporting SCADA networks and network security solutions. Strong interpersonal skills, self-management, and the ability to work effectively with cross-functional teams are critical to this position.   ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS The tasks, duties, and responsibilities of the position that are most important to get the job done. - Responsible for the engineering, deployment, support and troubleshooting of the voice, data, and SCADA network infrastructure; - Define, measure and analyze key metrics to assess overall effectiveness of LAN and WAN network performance, capacity and associated monitoring; - Plans capacity upgrades for constrained networks as well as review and contribute to the procurement and budgeting of new circuits or private lines as needed; - Works closely with system administrators and cyber security personnel to ensure that appropriate controls are integrated into critical systems to meet policy standards and industry best practices; - Contribute as a network & solutions architect to technical and business projects; - Creates and maintains system and network documentation, as-built plans, and operational policies and procedures; - Develop and execute contingency plans for network infrastructure (hardware and software) failures including isolated and major outages and assists with the development and testing of Disaster Recovery / Business Continuity Plans; - Administers and analyzes existing network and IT infrastructure, application deployments including data patterns to develop requirements for the design and implementation of new or revised network equipment and computer systems; - Interfaces with IT staff and business systems end users to support enterprise applications for internal and external customers; - Monitors network activity and security logs; - Evaluates, selects and applies proven techniques, procedures and criteria, in making enhancements and modifications to the corporate and SCADA network infrastructure including network, server and endpoint related hardware and software; - Organizes the tracking of hardware and software modifications to the network infrastructure; - Maintains a proactive firmware deployment schedule with latest stable releases to all network equipment; - Performs and assumes other duties and responsibilities as may be required at the direction of IT Management; - Demonstrate commitment to safety and environmental compliance in all job aspects.   KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ATTRIBUTES   The specific minimum competencies required for job performance.   - Intimate hands-on knowledge of complex network designs, dynamic routing (OSPF & BGP), QoS, switching, WAN technologies (MPLS, VPNs, SD WAN), and network management (SNMP, NetFlow, PRTG); - Experience with implementing and securing private microwave and SCADA networks; - Experience with SDN (VMware NSX) vSphere and Cisco ACI is desirable; - Experience with Cisco Umbrella is desirable; - Experience with FortiNet SDWAN, switching, FortiManager, FortiAnalyzer is desirable; - Experience with Zero-Trust Network Access policy creation, maintenance and operations; - Experience with Cisco ISE or other IAM technologies and Azure; - Must be organized, detail-oriented, deadline-driven, and able to handle multiple responsibilities in a fast-paced environment; - Must be motivated, disciplined and a self-starter and should be willing to learn any needed skills via self-directed activity; - Strong interpersonal skills – must be able to work effectively as part of a team and foster team cooperation; - Effective verbal and written communications skills.   CAREER PROGRESSION ATTRIBUTES The specific minimum attributes required at the designated Career Progression classification. Support Services Professional 3 - Competency – Possesses thorough working knowledge of own discipline and is acquainted with other disciplines. Conducts advanced assignments under guidance of more experienced personnel. - Responsibility – Fully competent in standard techniques, procedures and criteria used in carrying out a sequence of tasks. Under general supervision, performs all aspects of job duties applying new information and concepts. May have responsibility for planning and executing project s and regular workload. - Problem Solving – Assists in developing recommendations for more difficult and complex issues. Presents recommendations and builds on ideas of others. May serve as lead on projects. - Teaming– Works effectively with other disciplines and departments. Provides assistance or supervision to less experienced employees. Takes an active part in team meetings and decisions.   SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES The scope of the person’s authority, including a list of jobs that report to the incumbent. - There are no initial supervisory aspects associated with this position.   WORKING CONDITIONS The environment in which the job is performed, especially any unique conditions outside a normal office environment. - Consistent with that of a normal office environment; - Ability to routinely lift up to 50 pounds; - Participates in 24x7 on-call rotation; - Required to work on-call during planned maintenance and/or emergencies; - Travel to all PDC offices and field locations is required.   MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS The minimum level of education, experience, and certifications required to perform the job. - Accomplished incumbent typically possessing a minimum of 5 years job related experience, established position specific skills, and working knowledge of other inter-departmental functions; - Bachelor’s degree in computer science or related field or 10 years minimum experience; - 6+ years of progressive experience in network engineering, security and telecommunications environment; - CCNP or higher, FortiNet NSE5 or higher certifications are desirable; - Previous Oil & Gas experience preferred but not required; - Thorough knowledge of MS Visio for creation of network topologies; - Valid driver’s license required.
Job Location
US-CO-Denver
Min
USD $106,000.00/Yr.
Max
USD $129,500.00/Yr.
Bonus Target
15%
Equity Target
15%
Min $106,000/yr Max $129,500/yr Bonus Target 15% Equity Target 15%   SUMMARY A brief description summarizing the overall purpose and objectives of the position and the results the worker is expected to accomplish. The individual in this position will provide analysis, design, implementation and support for PDC Energy’s Microsoft infrastructure, LAN/WAN and VoIP systems, VMware environment, and DR and storage solutions. The incumbent will also be responsible for end user support with emphasis on supporting server-side components such as Antivirus Server Administration, Enterprise mobility management, Software and OS Patch Deployment, and AD Account Management.   ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS The tasks, duties, and responsibilities of the position that are most important to get the job done. - Administers and analyzes existing IT infrastructure and application deployments to develop requirements for the design and implementation of new or revised network and computer systems; - Sets up and maintains network backup / recovery hardware / software; - Designs and recommends network, storage and system changes and expansions; - Sets up and maintains all user access for PDC enterprise systems; - Interfaces with IT staff and business systems end users to support enterprise applications for internal and external customers; - Administers technical support for hardware maintenanceincluding manufacture firmware/code updates; repairs or replaces defective hardware on clients and servers, as necessary; expedites repairs with outside services; - Maintains physical and virtual infrastructure for the enterprise; - Monitors system logs and activity on all servers; - Manages Windows account maintenance, including adds, changes and removes; - Manages Windows security features to protect confidential information while allowing appropriate access; - Researches, installs and tests software updates and patches to support enterprise-wide applications and various operating systems; - Evaluates selects and applies proven techniques, procedures and criteria, in making enhancements and modifications to the corporate network infrastructure including network, server and desktop related hardware and software; organizes the tracking of hardware and software modifications to the network infrastructure; - Develops and documents approaches, procedures, standards, and guidelines to ensure the efficient handling of network and voice upgrades, system implementations, break/fix incidents, and service monitoring; - Demonstrate commitment to safety and environmental compliance in all job aspects.   KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ATTRIBUTES   The specific minimum competencies required for job performance.   - Experienced engineer in Microsoft Windows 2012/2019 Active Directory, Microsoft Exchange 2010/2013, Office 365, backup and storage technologies, VMware vSphere and knowledge in designing and implementing scalable and secure networks; - Knowledge of and experience working with Windows server & client operating systems, Active Directory, Backup solutions (Avamar preferred), and SANs (EMC preferred); - Hands on skills with implementing and supporting Oil and Gas applications is a plus; - Advanced knowledge of virtualization concepts and experience with VMware; - Excellent troubleshooting skills in personal computer hardware and network systems; - Strong interpersonal skills – must be able to work effectively as part of a team and foster team cooperation; - Stays current with rapidly changing technology and applies it to business needs; - Effective verbal and written communications skills.   CAREER PROGRESSION ATTRIBUTES The specific minimum attributes required at the designated Career Progression classification. Support Services Professional 3 - Competency – Possesses thorough working knowledge of own discipline and is acquainted with other disciplines. Conducts advanced assignments under guidance of more experienced personnel. - Responsibility – Fully competent in standard techniques, procedures and criteria used in carrying out a sequence of tasks. Under general supervision, performs all aspects of job duties applying new information and concepts. May have responsibility for planning and executing project s and regular workload. - Problem Solving – Assists in developing recommendations for more difficult and complex issues. Presents recommendations and builds on ideas of others. May serve as lead on projects. - Teaming– Works effectively with other disciplines and departments. Provides assistance or supervision to less experienced employees. Takes an active part in team meetings and decisions.   SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES The scope of the person’s authority, including a list of jobs that report to the incumbent. - There are no initial supervisory aspects associated with this position.   WORKING CONDITIONS The environment in which the job is performed, especially any unique conditions outside a normal office environment. - Consistent with that of a normal office environment; - Ability to routinely lift up to 50 lbs; - Participates in 24x7 on-call rotation; - Required to work on-call during planned maintenance and/or emergencies; - Frequent travel to all PDC offices required.   MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS The minimum level of education, experience, and certifications required to perform the job. - Accomplished incumbent typically possessing a minimum of 5 years job related experience, established position specific skills, and working knowledge of other inter-departmental functions; - Bachelor’s degree in computer science or related field preferred; - MCSE / VCP certifications desirable; - Previous Oil & Gas experience preferred but not required; - Valid driver’s license required.
Job Location
US-CO-Denver
Min
USD $106,000.00/Yr.
Max
USD $129,500.00/Yr.
Bonus Target
15%
Equity Target
15%
Min $94,500/yr Max $115,500/yr Bonus Target 15% Equity Target 15%   SUMMARY A brief description summarizing the overall purpose and objectives of the position and the results the worker is expected to accomplish. This position is responsible for fostering the organizational culture through internal communication. In close partnership with departmental relationships, this role works to ensure a consistent communication style/voice across multiple regions, offices, and departments. The key functions of this role are to create strong employee engagement, ensure internal adherence to PDC brand and messaging standards, and generate effective internal communications. This role requires the ability to manage multiple priorities in a dynamic environment, specifically urgent communications.   ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS The tasks, duties, and responsibilities of the position that are most important to get the job done. - Provide timely and focused communications, as needed, including consulting with clients, stakeholders and subject matter experts to help them achieve related goals; - Process and prioritize requests for internal communications support and execute internal communications campaigns to reach desired objectives; - Manage and improve internal communications channels, including company intranet and other channels that currently exist or may be created; - Reinforce company values through internal communications and change management activities and messaging; - Proactively develop strong relationships with leadership and employees across the company through formal and informal engagement; - Represent the employee experience and the employee voice in company discussions and relevant meetings; - Set and execute internal communications strategy and tactical plan; - Collaborate with other PDC offices to build consistency and alignment in messaging and brand; - Provide proactive guidance and support related to the composition and execution of communications plans; - Define clear responsibility for communication among internal customers and hold people accountable; - Develop internal messaging, presentations, speeches, posters, videos and other communications media; - Demonstrate commitment to safety and environmental compliance in all job aspects.   KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ATTRIBUTES   The specific minimum competencies required for job performance.   - Experience managing internal communications and employee engagement; - Experience managing the strategy and effective use of internal communications channels, such as intranet, channels, posters, email, etc.; - Strong follow up and follow through with the ability to manage workload independently; - Ability to manage internal communications requests and successfully prioritize and execute tasks and campaigns; - Ability to build strong and trusted relationships within all levels of an organization; - Ability to think strategically, creatively, and tactically; - Maintain a high degree of confidentiality; - Extremely detail-oriented and proactive in managing multiple projects and establishing priorities effectively; - Ability to accept ideas and feedback from multiple levels of the organization and determine best course of action; - Experience in oil and gas/natural resources and desire to proactively stay informed on PDC and industry-specific news, progress, decisions, etc.; - Expert written and verbal communication skills.   CAREER PROGRESSION ATTRIBUTES The specific minimum attributes required at the designated Career Progression classification.  Support Services Professional 3 - Competency – Possesses thorough working knowledge of own discipline and is acquainted with other disciplines. Conducts advanced assignments under guidance of more experienced personnel. - Responsibility – Fully competent in standard techniques, procedures and criteria used in carrying out a sequence of tasks.  Under general supervision, performs all aspects of job duties applying new information and concepts.  May have responsibility for planning and executing projects and regular workload. - Problem Solving – Assists in developing recommendations for more difficult and complex issues.  Presents recommendations and builds on ideals of others.  May serve as lead on projects. - Teaming – Works effectively with other disciplines and departments. Provides assistance or supervision to less experienced employees.  Takes an active part in team meetings and decisions.   SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES The scope of the person’s authority, including a list of jobs that report to the incumbent. - There are no initial supervisory aspects associated with this position.    WORKING CONDITIONS The environment in which the job is performed, especially any unique conditions outside a normal office environment. - Consistent with that of a normal office environment.    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS The minimum level of education, experience, and certifications required to perform the job. - Advanced incumbent typically possessing a minimum of 5+ years job related experience and position specific skills; - Possessing an accomplished knowledge base of inter-departmental workings and familiarity with cross-departmental functions; - Bachelor’s degree required in Communications, Journalism, English, Business Management, Human Resources or equivalent; - Ability to perform duties independently with minimal supervision along with working in a team environment; - Ability to accurately and timely complete tasks while applying conceptual and critical thinking skills; - Ability to manage several time sensitive projects simultaneously; - Familiarity with oil and gas industry preferred.
Job Location
US-CO-Denver
Min
USD $94,500.00/Yr.
Max
USD $115,500.00/Yr.
Bonus Target
15%
Equity Target
15%
Min $25.75/hr Max $31.47/hr Bonus 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 Line Locator processes and locates PDC buried line ticket requests, interacts with contractors and landowners requesting locates, ensures that line crossings are done in a safe manner and that lines are not damaged while being crossed.    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS The tasks, duties, and responsibilities of the position that are most important to get the job done. - Retrieve locate request from UNCC Web TMS; - Process tickets and locate PDC buried lines; - Interact and work with contractors and land owners; - Willingness to assist less experienced teammates; - Ensure that all PDC line crossings are done in a safe manner and that lines are not damaged; - Must be able to transport equipment weighing up to fifty five (55) pounds into and out of a vehicle; - Must be able to traverse uneven terrain to perform line locating tasks; - Demonstrate commitment to safety and environmental compliance in all job aspects.   KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ATTRIBUTES   The specific minimum competencies required for job performance.   - Knowledge of machines and equipment commonly used in the oil & gas industry; - Possess physical strength needed to perform duties; - Possess the ability to work independently with minimal supervision; - Must be a self-starter; - Fully understand underground buried production facility systems and have the ability to recognize when what locating equipment is showing does not make sense; - Possess the ability to retrieve information from UNCC Web TMS computer system.   CAREER PROGRESSION ATTRIBUTES The specific minimum attributes required at the designated Career Progression classification. Field Operations Specialist 1 - Competency – Willingly asks questions and seeks direction from supervision. Shows enthusiasm for learning and represents self professionally. Understands and meets quality standards. - Responsibility – Duties and tasks are routine, standard and repetitive. Follows existing policies, practices, and procedures while adhering to company safety precautions by taking guidance from supervision. - Problem Solving – Refers questions and problems to higher levels. Objectives and tasking are set by supervisor. Applies basic skills and appropriate procedures within assigned area. - Teaming –Works under direct supervision and follows detailed instructions. Reports any deviations from routine procedure to lead / supervisor. Shows initiative by actively seeking advanced knowledge.    SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES The scope of the person’s authority, including a list of jobs that report to the incumbent. - There are no initial supervisory aspects associated with this position.   WORKING CONDITIONS The environment in which the job is performed, especially any unique conditions outside a normal office environment. - Work is 95% outside environment.   MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS The minimum level of education, experience, and certifications required to perform the job. - Developing incumbent with limited job-related experience and developing position specific skills; - High school diploma or GED equivalent; - Minimum of 1 years of experience in oil & gas industry; - Additional 1 years of experience in construction related or utility locating field; - Valid CO driver’s license with drivers record acceptable by PDC insurance carriers; - Ability to pass a pre-employment drug screening and background investigation; - Ability to pass a pre-employment physical ability test.
Job Location
US-CO-Evans
Min
USD $25.75/Hr.
Max
USD $31.47/Hr.
Bonus Target
10%
Min $19.57/hr Max $23.93/hr Bonus Target 10%   SUMMARY A brief description summarizing the overall purpose and objectives of the position and the results the worker is expected to accomplish. Installation, maintenance, repair, and general labor associated with all phases of oil and gas production equipment. Operation of equipment such as hand tools and power washer as directed by supervisors.   ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS The tasks, duties, and responsibilities of the position that are most important to get the job done. - Performs work associated with pipefitting of oil and gas production equipment; - Assists skilled oil and gas personnel as directed; - Performs routine work in such trades as pipefitting, painting, operating forklift, organizing yard material, and other tasks of similar nature; - Assist in maintaining work truck to safely and effectively perform construction and maintenance tasks; - Performs duties as a helper in oil and gas maintenance operations; - Performs such duties as field operation of power washer as directed; - Works according to all relevant industry safe working practices; - Must be able to move items weighing up to sixty (60) pounds to a height of forty (40) inches to service various components of equipment on well sites; - Must be able to ascend/descend a ladder and utilize stairs to work at heights up to 20 feet to service equipment on well sites; - Must be able to traverse uneven terrain to access well sites; - Demonstrate commitment to safety and environmental compliance in all job aspects.    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ATTRIBUTES The specific minimum competencies required for job performance. - Knowledge of machines and tools commonly used in the oil & gas industry; - Possess physical strength needed to perform construction & maintenance duties; - Basic math knowledge used in common calculations; - Must be a self-starter; - Possess the ability to work independently with minimal supervision; - Must possess the ability to safely operate all vehicles involved in roustabout work.   CAREER PROGRESSION ATTRIBUTES The specific minimum attributes required at the designated Career Progression classification. Field Operations Specialist 1 - Competency – Willingly asks questions and seeks direction from supervision. Shows enthusiasm for learning and represents self professionally. Understands and meets quality standards. - Responsibility – Duties and tasks are routine, standard and repetitive. Follows existing policies, practices, and procedures while adhering to company safety precautions by taking guidance from supervision. - Problem Solving – Refers questions and problems to higher levels. Objectives and tasking are set by supervisor. Applies basic skills and appropriate procedures within assigned area. - Teaming – Works under direct supervision and follows detailed instructions. Reports any deviations from routine procedure to lead / supervisor. Shows initiative by actively seeking advanced knowledge.     SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES The scope of the person’s authority, including a list of jobs that report to the incumbent. - There are no initial supervisory aspects associated with this position.   WORKING CONDITIONS The environment in which the job is performed, especially any unique conditions outside a normal office environment. - Outdoor work requiring heavy physical labor and frequent exposure to heat and cold.   MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS The minimum level of education, experience, and certifications required to perform the job. - Developing incumbent with limited job-related experience and developing position specific skills; - High school graduate or GED equivalent; - Valid driver’s license with drivers record acceptable to insurance carriers by PDC; - Ability to pass pre-employment drug screening and background investigation; - Ability to pass pre-employment physical ability test.
Job Location
US-CO-Evans
Min
USD $19.57/Hr.
Max
USD $23.93/Hr.
Bonus Target
10%