Noble Energy

  • Houston, TX, USA

The innovation and passion of our people drive our success. Our purpose, Energizing the World, Bettering Peoples Lives, means we venture where others have not and create opportunities for the communities where we live and work. We operate safely, responsibly, and efficiently - from initial evaluation through discovery and production.

Our founders philosophy still shapes our culture: surround yourself with good people and you cannot help but be successful. We are proud to have built a company with a character to match our record of success. How? By building a team of professionals with varied backgrounds but a shared sense of purpose.

We deliver energy resources from our core operating areas that include positions in three premier unconventional U.S. onshore plays - the Denver-Julesberg (DJ) Basin, Eagle Ford Shale and Permian Basin - and conventional offshore operations in Eastern Mediterranean and West Africa.

We operate with the flexibility and agility to succeed in any environment and to strategically grow and explore new opportunities worldwide.

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Full Time Permanent
 
Noble Energy Houston, TX, USA
Personnel assigned to the Noble Energy Global Security Operations Center (GSOC) are responsible for monitoring, analyzing, and assessing security operations and risks globally to provide the most current and timely information available related to the protection of Noble Energy employees and assets, and assist the Global Security Department (GSD) in an efficient manner utilizing a host of technology tools and information resources. Research and write reports and advisories on security risks to employees and operations worldwide. Provide rapid assessment of potentially imminent security situations, sensitive developments and threat issues. Identify, track, and monitor emerging security threats and trends. Keep abreast of changing security operation events which could impact stability and operations. Provide research, analysis, coordination, publishing and brief on security threats, non-technical risks in foreign countries or domestic operations that have the potential of affecting the organization's businesses and employees. Assess unforeseen threat developments and recommend changes in security direction and approach to Global Security Management. Conduct research into various reference archives and databases to extract information contributing to threat and risk analysis. Monitor geopolitical events that may impact corporate aviation, travelers, company events, and/or operations, and provide periodic and timely company notifications through Global Security Management system. Monitor online open source intelligence & company specific systems for known and potential threats to Noble's security, personnel, assets, and locations. Analyze and escalate, as needed, relevant threats to Noble, while developing actionable deliverables. Monitors security issues or emergency situations appropriately; to include contacting Emergency Services, such as EMS, Fire Dept., Law Enforcement, etc. Navigate and leverage information in access control and video management platforms, assessing and escalating potential company threats Job Requirements Bachelor's Degree in an area of study relevant to this position required, or; High School Diploma (or equivalent) + additional years equivalent experience relevant to this position Minimum 2 years' experience in a Security Operations or Risk/Threat/Intel Analysis Center preferred Previous military, private security operations, or Law Enforcement experience is a plus Must have strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office Working knowledge and experience with video management systems, physical access control systems, intercom, incident reporting software, Physical Security Information Management systems, and mass communication systems. Preferred experience with Lenel, Milestone, EasyLobby, Visual Command Center, or Perspective. Basic knowledge of security procedures, emergency, disaster recovery, and business continuity processes Noble Energy does not sponsor employment-based visa petitions for this role. Noble Energy is proud to be an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity in recruiting, hiring, internal development, compensation and promoting applicants and employees. We care about each other, and are committed to a culture of respect and inclusion. All employment decisions are based on business need, job requirements and individual qualifications without regard to sex, race, color, religion, national origin, citizenship, age, disability, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression or any other legally protected classes. This includes providing reasonable accommodation for employee's and applicant's disabilities. No relocation assistance provided About Us The innovation and passion of our people drive our success. Our purpose, Energizing the World, Bettering Peoples Lives, means we venture where others have not and create opportunities for the communities where we live and work. We operate safely, responsibly, and efficiently - from initial evaluation through discovery and production. Our founders philosophy still shapes our culture: surround yourself with good people and you cannot help but be successful. We are proud to have built a company with a character to match our record of success. How? By building a team of professionals with varied backgrounds but a shared sense of purpose. We deliver energy resources from our core operating areas that include positions in three premier unconventional U.S. onshore plays - the Denver-Julesberg (DJ) Basin, Eagle Ford Shale and Permian Basin - and conventional offshore operations in Eastern Mediterranean and West Africa. We operate with the flexibility and agility to succeed in any environment and to strategically grow and explore new opportunities worldwide.
Jan 28, 2020
Full Time Permanent
 
Noble Energy Houston, TX, USA
• Reviews all invoices for appropriate documentation and approval prior to payment • Accurately codes invoices into accounting system • Reconciles vendor statements and researches all discrepancies • Timely responds to all supplier inquiries regarding invoice status • Assists in the external and internal audit process by providing invoices and addressing questions that arise during company audit Job Requirements High School Diploma Typically requires 1 year of relevant work experience, preferably in the accounting area Proficient in 10-key, spreadsheet and word processing software Noble Energy does not sponsor employment-based visa petitions for this role. Noble Energy is proud to be an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity in recruiting, hiring, internal development, compensation and promoting applicants and employees. We care about each other, and are committed to a culture of respect and inclusion. All employment decisions are based on business need, job requirements and individual qualifications without regard to sex, race, color, religion, national origin, citizenship, age, disability, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression or any other legally protected classes. This includes providing reasonable accommodation for employee's and applicant's disabilities. No relocation assistance provided About Us The innovation and passion of our people drive our success. Our purpose, Energizing the World, Bettering Peoples Lives, means we venture where others have not and create opportunities for the communities where we live and work. We operate safely, responsibly, and efficiently - from initial evaluation through discovery and production. Our founders philosophy still shapes our culture: surround yourself with good people and you cannot help but be successful. We are proud to have built a company with a character to match our record of success. How? By building a team of professionals with varied backgrounds but a shared sense of purpose. We deliver energy resources from our core operating areas that include positions in three premier unconventional U.S. onshore plays - the Denver-Julesberg (DJ) Basin, Eagle Ford Shale and Permian Basin - and conventional offshore operations in Eastern Mediterranean and West Africa. We operate with the flexibility and agility to succeed in any environment and to strategically grow and explore new opportunities worldwide. About the Team Finance and accounting professionals play valued roles in all the financial aspects of our business. This department performs the accurate recording, reporting and analyzing of our financials, communication with our stakeholders, securing the capital resources that the company needs to grow and prosper, monitoring numerous compliance and policy standards, and supporting the organization in a number of other critical areas. Disciplines within this department include finance, treasury, accounting, tax, investor relations and internal audit.
Jan 27, 2020
Full Time Permanent
 
Noble Energy Pecos, TX 79772, USA
Responsible for EHS operational support, coordination, and execution in areas of policies, programs, and procedures, including, but not limited to: company EHS policies and regulatory agency compliance, program development/implementation, hazard identification, incident identification, remedial programs, risk identification/mitigation, and performance measures. Develops and coordinates broad EHS program objectives. Works with BU in the implementation & execution of EHS MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS Works with the area/BU to develop local emergency response tactics and coordinate updates to emergency plans Works with BU leaders to ensure their leadership in and support of EHS programs. Conducts, facilitates and presents findings from EHS incident investigations. Directs the development, implementation and oversight of EHS programs and procedures Acts as BU Contact on EHS related issues. May act as team lead, providing guidance to other EHS employees. Conducts risks assessments and inspections to ensure compliance with company, country, federal, state and local EHS compliance. Experience with implementing facility / pipeline EHSR programs Develops and provides EHS training Job Requirements Associate's or Bachelor's degree in environmental or Occupational Safety and Health or other related field Typically requires 8 years of experience in EHS OR High School Diploma (or equivalent) + 3 years of additional equivalent experience. Five years of oil and gas experience Certification in one or more of the following preferred: Certified Safety and Health Official (CSHO), Construction Health and Safety Technologist (CHST), Associate Safety Professional (ASP), Certified Safety Professional (CSP) Bilingual in Spanish desired Working Conditions Work may involve moderate to heavy physical activity and exposure to outside weather conditions Extensive travel to various field locations On-call 24 hours May require respirator use Noble Energy does not sponsor employment-based visa petitions for this role. Noble Energy is proud to be an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity in recruiting, hiring, internal development, compensation and promoting applicants and employees. We care about each other, and are committed to a culture of respect and inclusion. All employment decisions are based on business need, job requirements and individual qualifications without regard to sex, race, color, religion, national origin, citizenship, age, disability, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression or any other legally protected classes. This includes providing reasonable accommodation for employee's and applicant's disabilities. About Us The innovation and passion of our people drive our success. Our purpose, Energizing the World, Bettering Peoples Lives, means we venture where others have not and create opportunities for the communities where we live and work. We operate safely, responsibly, and efficiently - from initial evaluation through discovery and production. Our founders philosophy still shapes our culture: surround yourself with good people and you cannot help but be successful. We are proud to have built a company with a character to match our record of success. How? By building a team of professionals with varied backgrounds but a shared sense of purpose. We deliver energy resources from our core operating areas that include positions in three premier unconventional U.S. onshore plays - the Denver-Julesberg (DJ) Basin, Eagle Ford Shale and Permian Basin - and conventional offshore operations in Eastern Mediterranean and West Africa. We operate with the flexibility and agility to succeed in any environment and to strategically grow and explore new opportunities worldwide. About the Team In our NO HARM culture, every employee takes ownership of safety and environmental responsibility. Our EHSR (Environmental, Health, Safety and Regulatory) professionals are responsible for supporting that culture of NO HARM by developing and managing programs that foster a safe, efficient and environmentally sound workplace. EHSR professionals also ensure that we are in compliance with all applicable environmental laws and regulations and determine our internal standards beyond those requirements.
Jan 22, 2020
Full Time Permanent
 
Noble Energy Houston, TX, USA
Act as lead counsel on mergers and acquisitions, project development and financing transactions. Handle significant legal matters to facilitate business growth, ensure compliance and minimize risk exposure. Provide strategic legal advice to the executive Business Development team. Negotiate and draft agreements and other documents on behalf of the company. Prepare, review and interpret routine and non-routine legal documents, including complex transaction agreements. Develop and embed best practices, including form agreements and guidance to enhance efficiency. Work closely with others in Legal department and senior executives. Work closely with other departments within the company including Business Development, Accounting, Finance, Tax and Operations. Anticipate and respond to legal issues that could impact the company. Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned by Legal Department management. Manage external counsel per company and Legal policies. May provide leadership guidance to junior level attorneys. May provide leadership or represent the Company in industry, professional and community affairs. Job Requirements J.D. degree from an ABA accredited law school and minimum 10+ years of corporate transactional experience in all aspects of due diligence, risk assessment, drafting and negotiating transaction documents for acquisitions and divestitures. Developed sense of judgment, risk management skills and ability to balance business needs, regulatory obligations and reputational risks in an objective, practical way; demonstrated ability to both grasp the "big picture" and attend to details. Demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects efficiently and effectively in a fast-paced business environment and drive complex projects to completion. Highly effective written and verbal communications skills; ability to communicate and relate at all levels of the organization. Upstream E&P, Midstream/MLP experience preferred. Experience in-house or at a top-tier law firm is preferred. Self-starter with an accountable working style. Noble Energy does not sponsor employment-based visa petitions for this role. Noble Energy is an Equal Opportunity Employer - Females/Minorities/Veterans/Disabled No relocation assistance provided About Us The innovation and passion of our people drive our success. Our purpose, Energizing the World, Bettering Peoples Lives, means we venture where others have not and create opportunities for the communities where we live and work. We operate safely, responsibly, and efficiently - from initial evaluation through discovery and production. Our founders philosophy still shapes our culture: surround yourself with good people and you cannot help but be successful. We are proud to have built a company with a character to match our record of success. How? By building a team of professionals with varied backgrounds but a shared sense of purpose. We deliver energy resources from our core operating areas that include positions in three premier unconventional U.S. onshore plays - the Denver-Julesberg (DJ) Basin, Eagle Ford Shale and Permian Basin - and conventional offshore operations in Eastern Mediterranean and West Africa. We operate with the flexibility and agility to succeed in any environment and to strategically grow and explore new opportunities worldwide. About the Team Our lawyers provide consultation on laws and regulations and manage litigation. Compliance professionals tailor programs to support our Code of Ethics and promote compliance throughout the organization.
Jan 16, 2020
Full Time Permanent
 
Noble Energy Houston, TX, USA
The HR Enterprise Applications Manager is responsible for solution design, configuration, support and development for Noble's HR Applications. In addition to providing hands on support for applications, the HR Enterprise Applications Manager will provide leadership to a team of HR techno-functional System Analysts by assigning projects and/or tasks to staff and establishing and monitoring goals and objectives. This position is also responsible for providing thought leadership and development of technology roadmaps for Payroll, HR, Learning, Recruiting, Performance Management and Talent Management. The HR Enterprise Applications Manager will partner closely with business associates to manage timely issue prioritization and resolution. This position will clearly communicate progress and remove roadblocks enabling successful completion of HR initiatives. Deliver projects and initiatives that align with HR business goals Identify new technologies that can enable business capabilities and automation Lead standing business reviews with HR and IT Leadership Possess analytical, problem solving and time-management skills Actively participate in evaluation of organizational need for functionality released in quarterly patching cycle Provide functional direction/assistance for assigned applications Work directly with users to identify and resolve issues adversely impacting business processes Define solutions ensuring considerations for system stability, performance, and ongoing maintainability Adhere to and champion IT Governance programs (e.g. change management, communication, and release management) Responsible for providing leadership and strategic direction for best practices in systems related to HR functions Cultivate and maintain effective working relationships with a variety of stakeholders Actively participate in multiple work-groups and disseminates information across all levels of the organization Ability to make system design decisions considering long-term implications Translate business objectives into solutions with clearly defined scope, timing, deliverables, resources, and key measures of success Communicate actively with users, team members and peers about upcoming changes, product enhancements, etc. Organize work into manageable phases and determine an effective approach to completing activities that ensure overall success Act as a conduit between the HR and IT organizations, partnering with key HR and other business stakeholders to ensure that core HR systems feed critical people data through downstream integrations to business applications, vendors, etc. Analyze risks and establish contingency plans; take responsibility for initiating mitigating actions Proactively identify process improvement opportunities to improve the efficiency and operations of the HR function Effectively leads IT HR Team in support of business process optimization through technology enablement Job Requirements Bachelor's degree required (MIS, Business Administration, Human Resource Management, or another related field) Minimum of 10 years of experience in relevant IT/HR roles Minimum of 10 years of experience developing technology strategy for human resources Minimum of 10 years of experience designing and implementing HR business systems Minimum of 10 years of experience with Oracle HR applications Experience in a global environment strongly preferred Oracle HCM Cloud experience preferred Noble Energy does not sponsor employment-based visa petitions for this role. Noble Energy is an Equal Opportunity Employer - Females/Minorities/Veterans/Disabled No relocation assistance provided About Us The innovation and passion of our people drive our success. Our purpose, Energizing the World, Bettering Peoples Lives, means we venture where others have not and create opportunities for the communities where we live and work. We operate safely, responsibly, and efficiently - from initial evaluation through discovery and production. Our founders philosophy still shapes our culture: surround yourself with good people and you cannot help but be successful. We are proud to have built a company with a character to match our record of success. How? By building a team of professionals with varied backgrounds but a shared sense of purpose. We deliver energy resources from our core operating areas that include positions in three premier unconventional U.S. onshore plays - the Denver-Julesberg (DJ) Basin, Eagle Ford Shale and Permian Basin - and conventional offshore operations in Eastern Mediterranean and West Africa. We operate with the flexibility and agility to succeed in any environment and to strategically grow and explore new opportunities worldwide. About the Team Our Information Technology department makes sure we have the right technology, from enterprise systems to mobile applications, and provides the support to make sure it functions reliably. IT professionals work within functional areas that include enterprise applications, operations applications, enterprise infrastructure, business services, enabling technology and information security.
Jan 09, 2020