The key purpose of this position is the supervision of production analysts who are responsible for the timely, accurate and complete gathering of production data and their subsequent upload to the corporate database, upload to accounting, timely regulatory reporting to state and federal agencies and distribution of monthly interest owner production reports.
The supervisor is responsible for employee training and ensuring the proper use of production database software (TOW) including timely well setups, data input, desk modeling, volume allocation, regulatory reporting, upload, and archive.
The supervisor position oversees employee development, which includes yearly goal setting and performing formal and informal employee appraisals.
Duties also include the continual monitoring of staffing needs, adjusting the production analysts’ team workload to ensure closing deadlines are met.
The production services supervisor will provide critical TOW integration and production data support to asset teams and production analysts, and serve as back up to employees as needed.
This position assists the production analyst team with trouble shooting and resolution of database errors, allocation errors, and operational problems.
On occasion, the supervisor initiates work requests requiring IT and or vendor support and provides review, analysis, and evaluation of business systems and user needs.
The supervisor assists in the formulation and design of systems to parallel overall business strategies at the user level as well as the group level and will participate in automating existing manual processes to provide increased reliability and validity of system use.
Supervisor oversees and or performs comprehensive data analysis and production studies upon requirement and is able to present conclusions to the management staff.
Position participates in the periodic update and design of production SOX key controls; ensures compliance of monthly SOX required activities; and initiates corrective actions for non-compliance of SOX or other regulatory requirements.
Supervisor oversees the completion of regulatory or other third party production volume audits, interrogatories or other commercial inquiries.
Bachelor’s Degree required. Accounting, Finance, or related field preferred.
Must have at least five (5) years experience in production database use and reporting
Must have good working knowledge of oil & gas production concepts
Proven ability to supervise and develop employees
Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite required
Excellent analytical skills, specifically around data retrieval and interpretation
Excellent organizational, problem solving and critical thinking skills
Excellent communication skills
Effective time management, independently setting priorities and goals
Exercises sound judgment in decision making, demonstrating a clear understanding of issues involved
Ability to troubleshoot process and database issues, making adjustments/corrections within delegated authorities
WPX Energy specializes in producing natural gas, oil and natural gas liquids from non-conventional resources such as tight-sands and shale...