- The Reservoir Engineering Manager must have a good knowledge of technical practices and principles of reservoir engineering including but not limited to reservoir performance analysis, field optimization, development planning, economic evaluation, production forecasting and reserves evaluation.
- Must be able to manage multiple concurrent projects, work in a team environment, and be able to effectively communicate within and outside the organization.
- Must have worked in a managerial position for at least 7 years in a reputable E&P company.
Minimum Education and Experience:
- Minimum of Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) degree in Petroleum Engineering or other relevant Engineering degree with a minimum of Second Class Upper division. A master’s degree or equivalent will be an added advantage.
- A minimum of fifteen (15) years of relevant experience in Reservoir Engineering and Engineering Operations in the oil industry with an operator with a track record in Reservoir Engineering Management.
- Manage all reservoir engineering functions within the company
- Provide leadership within multi-disciplinary teams to ensure adequate reservoir management of the company’s assets.
- Manage field development planning and well / project economic evaluation
- Lead activities to optimize producing assets from a reservoir perspective leading to improved recovery, increased production and reserves addition. Develop reservoir performance prediction and prepare estimates of in-place hydrocarbon volume
- Review surveillance, analysis, dynamic models and provide direction on subsurface engineering required for proper reservoir management of assets
- Support/Update company-wide standard reservoir management practices
- Support reservoir and production due diligence on potential farm-ins and acquisitions
- Review and Approve year-end Assets’ reserves figures for regulatory authority’s endorsement
- Must be result oriented and committed to company goals
- Must be capable of representing the company with regulatory and government agencies.