Essential Responsibilities

  • Provide reservoir engineering input to multi-disciplinary projects, including field development planning, reservoir performance analysis, and reserves estimation and auditing;
  • Conduct reservoir engineering studies using appropriate, state of the art techniques including reservoir simulation, material balance, decline curve analysis, well test analysis, PVT and SCAL data analysis;
  • Advise clients on reservoir engineering matters;
  • Conduct reserves and resources evaluations and audits;
  • Manage projects, acting as the principal point of contact for the client;
  • Contribute to business development activities, both with existing and potential new clients;
  • Represent GCA externally for example through technical publications and/or active participation in industry organizations
  • Mentor junior engineering staff

  • Masters level in Petroleum Engineering or equivalent as a minimum.
  • Up to 25% business travel

Desired Characteristics/Skills
  • Excellent problem solving skills with a drive for results;
  • Action oriented, ethical with a strong client focus;
  • Excellent written and verbal communication;
  • Able to work both independently and as part of multi-disciplined teams;
  • Highly motivated with excellent analytical and interpersonal skills;
  • Knowledge and experience of reservoir simulation, material balance, decline curve analysis, PVT and SCAL data analysis, reserves and resources evaluation;
  • Basic understanding of related technical disciplines and familiarity with the workings of multi-disciplined reservoir and field development studies;
  • Good project management skills.