Noble Energy

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.

Full Time Permanent
 
Noble Energy Pecos, TX 79772, USA
Under minimal supervision, inspects, maintains and tests equipment for production activities at well site on a daily basis. Addresses freezes in accordance with Company policy. Forecasts and dispatches oil and water loads Under minimal supervision, completes daily and/or monthly production sheets (listing oil production, water production, oil sales, water hauls, and gas sales) and accurately enter all data Conducts minor repairs of pumps, wellhead, etc. Monitors and diagnoses VOC burner operation and reports downtime. Under minimal supervision, may be responsible for multiple routes. May respond to power failures and spills. Utilizes work order system for all preventative maintenance and work requests Job Requirements High School Diploma or equivalent. Typically requires 1 year of lease operating experience. Valid driver license and good driving record Ability to work an 8X6 schedule 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 Within our Production Operations department, many disciplines work together to design, implement, and manage oil and gas projects to achieve our production targets. Operations roles include gas measurement, workover operations, pipeline operations, field drilling and completions, line locators, lease operators, mechanics and construction workers.
Dec 11, 2019
Full Time Permanent
 
Noble Energy Greeley, CO, USA
The Competency Assurance Lead role is essential to meeting operational expectations and long-term requirements for USO. The Competency Assurance Team assesses the knowledge, skills, and abilities of employees and contractors in high risk activities for field-facing activities, to include: Production, Completions, Workover, LDAR, and Construction and Maintenance. In addition to administering the CA program, the CA Lead oversees and develops SOPs in the form of the Quick Reference Guide (QRG). This role currently supports ten unique QRGs. The Competency Assurance Program was a 2016 NEI Business Innovation Award Winner, demonstrating high value and will remain a fixture of USO operations. Responsible for designing and developing the Competency Assurance program for Noble Energy's USO technical activities Develops competencies based on required knowledge, skill, or ability requirements based on a variety of technical roles Develops and updates Quick Reference Guides (QRG) to support USO Leads coordination and implementation of all Competency Assurance assessments for three USO Business units Assists individuals and teams to plan and facilitate training and assessment requirements/opportunities Participates in the collection, reporting, and analysis of Key Performance Indicators (KPIs). Develops assessment guide, preparation resources, and artifacts for all USO assessments Maintains Learning Management System (LMS) content, includes current offerings, contact information, assessment calendar, transcripts, and other resources as required Manages all assessment records to ensure compliance with NEI requirements Gather and interpret survey information to improve assessment effectiveness May travel up to 10% based on program requirements Job Requirements Bachelor's degree with three years of O&G experience Two to five years of field production O&G experience preferred Experience in Adult Education 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 relocatioin 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 Within our Production Operations department, many disciplines work together to design, implement, and manage oil and gas projects to achieve our production targets. Operations roles include gas measurement, workover operations, pipeline operations, field drilling and completions, line locators, lease operators, mechanics and construction workers.
Dec 10, 2019
Full Time Permanent
 
Noble Energy Raymer, CO 80742, USA
Performs facility start-up and shut-down operations Troubleshoots facility upsets and makes necessary corrections Participates in Process Safety Management including Management of Change and Process Hazard Analysis. Assists in training and development of operations staff Job Requirements Typically requires 3 years of experience in oil and gas facility operations or related Experience working within a cyrogenic plant/facility is required 2-Year Associates degree in Process Technology preferred High School Diploma or equivalent required Driver's license and good driving record Department of Transportation operator training a plus Noble Energy does not sponsor employment-based visa petitions for this role. Noble Energy is an Equal Opportunity Employer - Females/Minorities/Veterans/Disabled 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 Within our Production Operations department, many disciplines work together to design, implement, and manage oil and gas projects to achieve our production targets. Operations roles include gas measurement, workover operations, pipeline operations, field drilling and completions, line locators, lease operators, mechanics and construction workers.
Dec 10, 2019
Full Time Permanent
 
Noble Energy Greeley, CO, USA
Responsible for oversight of the Process Safety Management (PSM) components of facilities engineering projects within an assigned regional area and providing related engineering support for on-going operations. Assist with implementation and maintenance of PSM documentation and overall PSM compliance activities for the business unit's facilities and pipeline groups. Coordinate with centralized projects group and EH&S to ensure compliance with Noble Energy's PSM program, including monitoring CMMS activity. Responsible for preparing, scribing, tracking, and closing out PHA's (Process Hazards Analysis). Assist with the completion of all Pre-Startup Safety reviews. Mentor and Lead the Facility and Pipeline operation teams with maintaining PSM requirements. Monitor and report PSM system performance effectiveness and realign accordingly. Work closely to support the Facilities/pipeline operations in maintaining Management of Change and Process Safety Information system, revalidations, audits, etc... Ensures proper documentation and job books are in place for each completed project to comply with mandated facility requirements. Applies required regulatory requirements and process safety management concepts to assigned facilities. Assists in maintaining safety training and compliance. Ensure all work orders are being scheduled and completed properly in CMMS Manage all PSM Regulated work orders in CMMS to ensure compliance, including planning, scheduling, and metrics needed for their lifecycle and the distribution of data if an audit were required. Job Requirements Typically requires Bachelor's degree or additional equivalent experience. Minimum of 3 years of experience in oil & gas facility operations or related Knowledge of gas plant operations and machinery strongly preferred Knowledge of safety protocols applicable to gas plant preferred Thorough knowledge of OSHA PSM, EPA RMP, and DOT requirements and implementation. Familiarity with mechanical, electrical and process based systems will be beneficial. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Noble Energy does not sponsor employment-based visa petitions for this role. Noble Energy is an Equal Opportunity Employer - Females/Minorities/Veterans/Disabled 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.
Dec 06, 2019
Full Time Permanent
 
Noble Energy Greeley, CO, USA
Under general supervision, analyzes key performance indicators and operating metrics to assist the Operations team in evaluating and implementing operational goals. Compiles and interprets key business, financial, operational and statistical data, analyzes metrics performance, and generates a variety of value-added reports and tools for Operations.
Dec 06, 2019
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 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.
Nov 28, 2019
Full Time Contractor
 
Noble Energy Pecos, TX 79772, USA
Coordinates the monitoring, operation, and maintenance of a facility including natural gas compressors, amine regeneration, natural gas dehydration (glycol) system, metering, tanks, and separators. Optimizes plant capacity in safe and efficient ways. Shares technical expertise by serving as a mentor to other facility personnel. Assists in development of SAFE Matrix for plant alarms and responses. Primary on site person for coordinating PSM effort. Assists in development of emergency response plans and drills for facilities. May relieve Facilities Foreman as needed Diagnoses equipment malfunctions and directs necessary repairs, modifications and calibrations of equipment used in production operations of entire gas gathering system. Shares technical expertise by serving as a mentor to other facility personnel. Prepares necessary paperwork including procedures, maintenance reports, safety reports, leak reports, equipment reports, etc. and distribute to supervisor and organization. Performs PLC programming and troubleshooting if qualified. Maintains safety procedures regarding facilities. Troubleshoots equipment and facility problems. Perform minor repairs and servicing and notify Facility Foreman if necessary. Reports volumes and key facility operating parameters to Supervision. Responds to plant alarm call-outs on off shift hours. Reviews all invoices associated with facility and submits to supervisor for approval. Provides direction and technical advice to company and contract personnel on daily operations activities and maintenance activities. Performs plant start-up and shut-down operations. Performs gas tests as needed. Monitors facility for major problems and shuts down if necessary. Coordinates operations with gas and liquid purchasers. Participates with all Contract, third party, and Noble personnel to promote safety. Performs compressor and other mechanical repairs as needed. Supervises and train roustabouts and relief personnel as required. May serve as company representative during regulatory agency inspections. Job Requirements High School Diploma or equivalent required 2 year Associates degree in Process Technology preferred Typically requires eight years of experience in oil and gas operations, and five years of experience working with and in natural gas processing plants Department of transportation operator training a plus Valid DL and good driving record is required Noble Energy is an Equal Opportunity Employer - Females/Minorities/Veterans/Disabled Noble Energy does not sponsor employment-based visa petitions for this role. 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 Within our Production Operations department, many disciplines work together to design, implement, and manage oil and gas projects to achieve our production targets. Operations roles include gas measurement, workover operations, pipeline operations, field drilling and completions, line locators, lease operators, mechanics and construction workers.
Nov 27, 2019
Full Time Permanent
 
Noble Energy Houston, TX, USA
Responsible for coordinating the computer needs and applications for geoscientists. Responsible for training geoscience community in the use of technical systems, applications and their capabilities. Designs and leads in-house training sessions for geoscience community. Evaluates new geoscience/subsurface applications. Assists in providing database support in programming and scripting. May serve on discipline steering committees. Leads the testing, installation and upgrade of all geoscience applications and hardware. Job Requirements Bachelor's Degree in Geology or Geophysics Typically requires 6 years of relevant experience OR High School Diploma (or equivalent) + additional equivalent experience. Geoscience Application and System support experience 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.
Nov 26, 2019
Full Time Permanent
 
Noble Energy Greeley, CO, USA
Responsible for the maintenance, testing, and repair and startup of electrical distribution, control systems, measurement equipment, and instrumentation components at multiple facilities with the DJ Basin in Colorado. Proactively identifies ways to improve and enhance practices and procedures to ensure sound health, safety and environmental conditions. Assists with operating and troubleshooting production facility equipment and LACTs according to established safety rules and regulations to provide uninterrupted production volumes. Completes field operations in accordance with Noble Energy's EHS policies and procedures. Job Requirements High School Diploma or equivalent Typically requires no less than 8 years of Instrumentation, Controls and Electrical experience with at least 5 years within the Oil and Gas Industry Technical certification as normally acquired per a 2-year course of study in applicable field or equivalent experience preferred. Can independently perform pre-commissioning and commissioning for new equipment. Performs shutdown tests, inspections, maintenance and calibration on critical equipment safety and DOT devices. These include fire and gas safety systems, shutdown valves, and various instrumentation. Must be familiar with calibration of static pressure, differential pressure, level, safety, and temperature transmitters. Performs regular maintenance and troubleshooting for processing facilities, LACT unit control and measurement flow computer systems, motor control circuits, variable frequency drives, and communication systems. Must be able to efficiently interpret one-line diagrams, loop sheets, and control system schematics. Able to proficiently use and understand multi-meter and meggar devices. Ability to assist with pneumatic control maintenance. Working with SCADA systems experience is preferable. Must have knowledge of generator controls, PLC, SCADA, Telemetry and computers. Will be required to provide inspections, final sign off and documentation for pre-startup safety review meetings. Working Conditions Physical ability to perform routine maintenance will be required. Ability to work significant amount of time as required in completing job responsibilities. Ability to work on-call rotating weekend and night shifts. Must be willing to work core company hours and/or according to construction, startup, or turndown scheduled times. Daily driving of approximately 90 miles or more as required completing assigned jobs and/or repairs. Exposure to and driving in all weather conditions, including extreme heat, extreme cold, sun, rain, hail, sleet, high winds, etc. to run well routes and inspect and repair equipment. Working environment includes exposure to extremely loud noises in field, hazardous chemicals, and hydrocarbons that may be under extreme pressure for which appropriate safety measures are required. Also includes working with moving machinery/equipment parts for which extreme caution must be taken. Must wear properly maintained Personal Protection Equipment. Regular bending, lifting up to (25 Pounds) without assistance and approximately (100) pounds with assistance) crouching, pulling and kneeling to check equipment and gauges and perform repairs. Noble Energy does not sponsor employment-based visa petitions for this role. Noble Energy is an Equal Opportunity Employer - Females/Minorities/Veterans/Disabled 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 Within our Production Operations department, many disciplines work together to design, implement, and manage oil and gas projects to achieve our production targets. Operations roles include gas measurement, workover operations, pipeline operations, field drilling and completions, line locators, lease operators, mechanics and construction workers.
Nov 25, 2019
Full Time Contractor
 
Noble Energy Houston, TX, USA
Proven track record of project initiation, management and completion including the ability to handle multiple projects and prioritize work. Has strong interpersonal skills with a focus on across team collaboration. Provides drilling engineering with high quality estimates of pore pressure, fracture pressure and collapse pressure for well planning and design. Supports drilling engineering during well operations. Able to generate pore and fracture pressure volumes and geomechanical properties from seismic data. Comprehends how pressure models are used as an Exploration and Development tool to help locate and de-risk economic accumulations of hydrocarbons. Undertakes logs editing, merging and petrophysical calculations for input to pore pressure, geomechanics and seismic rock property workflows. Applies and integrates seismic rock physics and geomechanical property calculations. Develops stress tensor and rock strength models to estimate well bore stability. Is familiar with seismic velocity analysis methods and velocity model building workflows. Undertakes fluid substitution analysis to model seismic response to pore fluid type. Uses seismic attributes to evaluate potential geohazards at planned well locations. Works with data management staff to build concise and comprehensive well data bases that can be utilized by Business Units for quantitative geological and geophysical modeling. Works with vendors to QC LWD and wire-line data as it is collected and then integrates the data into seismic rock property, pore pressure and geomechanical models. Understands pore pressure and geomechanics contractor workflows and has the ability to QC vendors work. Mentors staff in methods and application of seismic petrophysics, pore pressure and geomechanical modeling. Has experience with one or more commercial software packages: Ikon RokDoc , Paradigm Geolog, Paradigm EPOS, Schlumberger Techlog Job Requirements Bachelor's degree in Geology, Geophysics, reservoir engineering, or relevant science based curriculum Master's degree preferred. Typically requires 8 years of related experience. Prefer advanced training in petrophysics. 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 geoscientists find the oil and gas that makes it possible for us to "Energize the World." They create long-term value by finding new hydrocarbon accumulations and determining how to profitably extract those resources. The Geoscience department encompasses numerous disciplines; geoscientists, geophysicists, petrophysicists, reservoir engineers, oil and gas economists, and exploration support. Functional areas include; exploration, development and production, and subsurface support.
Nov 25, 2019
Full Time Permanent
 
Noble Energy Malabo, Equatorial Guinea
Leads the Human Resources function in EG. Serves as a member of the leadership team in EG alongside peers from Government Relations, operations, finance, marketing and IT groups. Partners with Corporate office and local business leaders in the development and integration of HR programs to build organizational capacity, talent and leadership to achieve desired business outcomes. Ensures compliance with internal corporate policies, as well as government regulations and statutory requirements. Develop, recommend and implement HR strategies and initiatives aligned with the overall corporate and local business strategy. Implements Talent Acquisition, Workforce Planning, Global Mobility, Learning and Organizational Development, Compensation & Benefit programs, Performance Management, Talent Management and Succession Planning processes. Establishes team's annual goals and objectives and holds HRBPs accountable for achievement of established outcomes. Engage in collaborative partnership with corporate HR management to ensure operational consistency, as well as consistency in processes, strategic approaches, and policy formation across the Human Resources function. Serve as trusted counsel to local leadership in regard to sensitive and complex issues pertaining to the organization. Develops the national HR team and HR technical and leadership capabilities through creation and rigorous implementation of individual development plans, ongoing coaching and mentoring. Leads the local nationalization plan in collaboration with local leadership and manages the ITHNGE program (local technical development program). Coaches executive management on talent, employee and organizational issues and desired outcomes. Responsible for local HR budget. Job Requirements The ideal candidate will be an accomplished Human Resources professional with strong leadership skills, a strategic thinker with deep understanding of Human Resources best practices and programs. They will have a minimum of 15 years of Human Resources experience, with at least 5 years of progressive leadership experience in a global or multinational corporate organization with an established record of cross cultural competency. Experience in EG or region strongly preferred. Other attributes include: Possesses excellent written and verbal communication skills in both Spanish and English. Propensity to utilize analytical data when guiding decision making. Understands and effectively integrates local cultural aspects into decision making and implementation plans. Ability to partner with and influence the management team by developing and presenting solutions that translate into actionable plans. Ability to effectively interact with and influence government officials. Ability to align strategic corporate outcomes into regional business decisions. 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 Human Resources team helps us to create and support a high performing workforce. It is a multi-functional team that acts as a business partner to our domestic and international operating groups, as well as our corporate departments. Functional areas include compensation and benefits, learning and organizational development, talent acquisition, and HR strategy and compliance.
Nov 25, 2019
Full Time Permanent
 
Noble Energy Houston, TX, USA
Responsible for the day to day maintenance of revenue related accounts and recording revenues for 1500+ company operated completions. This includes establishing internal controls and procedures for all of the Company's routine, non-routine, and estimation data processes affecting the general ledger. Records Revenue for the DJ Business Unit Understands E&P Revenue Accounting related to owner distribution Assists in the day to day maintenance of the general ledger and related sub-ledgers with greater emphasis on areas with higher levels of complexity and overall accounting risk. Perform account reconciliations and analyses to support the accuracy of the general ledger and related sub-ledgers. Conduct more complex month-end close procedures including preparing journal entries related to areas of higher accounting risk. Prepares reports or extracts from the general ledger and/or sub-ledger used to support the close process Maintains evidence of controls performed in assists in the SOX testing process. Assists in the external and internal audit process by preparing schedules and analyses in more complex areas while addressing questions that arise during company audits. Mentors and provides consultation to less experienced members of the Accounting Department. Job Requirements Bachelor's degree in Accounting (preferred), OR Finance, Economics, or Mathematics with a minor in Accounting (or a minimum of 15 credit hours in Accounting). Typically requires 4 or more years of accounting experience within a publicly held company or a large privately held organization. Revenue Accounting experience required Oil & Gas experience preferred Expert Excel skills highly preferred Knowledge of oil and gas accounting procedures is a plus Excellent communication and organization skills Oracle/P2ES experience highly preferred Noble Energy does not sponsor employment-based visa petitions for this role. Noble Energy is an Equal Opportunity Employer - Females/Minorities/Veterans/Disabled 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.
Nov 25, 2019
Full Time Permanent
 
Noble Energy Houston, TX, USA
Prepares international portions of federal income tax return; utilizes tax management software to prepare assigned tax forms. Prepares tax returns and related analysis work, consisting of reviewing financial accounting records, making adjustments for tax purposes and reaching a proper taxable income. Maintains U.S. tax fixed assets in PowerTax for assigned foreign companies. Assists with consolidation of the federal income tax return. Assists and coordinates foreign corporate income tax compliance with foreign offices and foreign tax advisors. Assists in the preparation of qualitative and quantitative responses to IRS and foreign audit inquiries. Assists and reviews foreign tax provisions - identifies and analyzes book/tax differences for tax provision; Assists in review of return-to-provision analysis for foreign tax returns. Assists with U.S. tax provision, including calculation of GILTI and FTC. Maintains foreign tax credit support and assists in analyzing foreign tax credit position. Assists with analysis of new and proposed tax legislation and works with business and corporate personnel to analyze data and propose solutions. Seeks to improve the financial and tax accounting systems and their relationship to tax return preparation. Assists with presentations for management, Audit Committee and Board of Directors. Assists and interacts with IT personnel to develop, modify and maintain tax-reporting systems for income tax reporting. Job Requirements Bachelor's degree in Accounting, preferred, or Bachelor's degree in Finance, Economics or Mathematics with a minor in Accounting or a minimum of 15 credit hours in Accounting, and six or more years of experience in a tax related field. Ability to research and interpret tax codes Proficient in ERP systems (SAP/Oracle a/o PeopleSoft) Proficient in spreadsheet and word processing software Has general knowledge of tax law and research capabilities as well as a good working knowledge of regulations and concepts of FASB and SEC pronouncements. 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 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.
Nov 25, 2019
Full Time Permanent
 
Noble Energy Houston, TX, USA
Installs, customizes, maintains and troubleshoots new and enhanced IT infrastructure systems, software and / or hardware in support of business operations. Provides technical expertise for system transitions, migrations and consolidations. Provides support to address the availability and reliability of IT infrastructure systems within the organization. Operational responsibilities include remediation of system issues, system compliance responsibilities, system run enhancement testing and staging, policy / procedure enhancements and adherence, customer contact coordination and strategy recommendations. Utilize SCCM for Windows OS deployments, packaging, and software management. Manage user experience support across mobile devices, desktops, and laptops. Maintains and supports the Windows 10 CBB upgrade process as well as Office client updates. Installs, tests, tunes, maintains, designs and documents supporting systems, utility programs, monitoring tools, etc. Recommends and implements modifications to the environment, including troubleshooting and replacement of faulty system hardware / software. Provides level 3 support by troubleshooting end user systems and services. Presents status reports and incident trends to management team. Applies a high level of technical skill and expertise to complex systems and technical problems of considerable difficulty and importance. Leads and manages vendor interface for system support issues and escalations. Applies strong knowledge of processes and tools utilized for system management, problem reporting, change management and support tools. Works with internal and external technical and non-technical customers to resolve design and implementation issues. Job Requirements Experience with Microsoft SCCM, including imaging, packaging, and OS deployment. Prior experience with Windows 10, Office 365, and End User application management AppSense and Intune experience preferred Bachelor's degree in Computer Science preferred Typically requires 7 years of related experience OR High School Diploma + 8 years of related experience Spends time physically, sitting, walking, lifting and performing routine installation and maintenance of equipment along with inspections. Maximum # of pounds required to lift on an occasional basis - 60 lbs. 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.
Nov 25, 2019
Full Time Permanent
 
Noble Energy Houston, TX, USA
The Health and Safety Coordinator is responsible for assisting in the coordination and execution of corporate health and safety programs, and ensuring compliance with Company and regulatory agency health and safety policies and procedures. These responsibilities include development and implementation of strategic safety initiatives supporting regional needs. In addition, the Safety Coordinator will support regional needs for subject matter expertise, assist with incident investigations, and work to grow our EHS culture supporting our NO HARM program. Responsible for the development and maintenance of Noble's health and safety related programs. Coordinates with internal stakeholders to ensure EHS required training requirements are met. Supports, maintains and drives improvement in Noble's safety programs and initiatives. Provides training, support and technical assistance to field staff. Supports incident investigations and agency reporting. Supports development and implementation of the health and safety aspects of environmental management information system. Drives incident investigations, quality corrective actions and shares lesson learned. Job Requirements Associate's or Bachelor's degree in a safety or environmental related discipline 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 Familiarity with oilfield equipment and terminology Proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel Effective oral and written communication Noble Energy does not sponsor employment-based visa petitions for this role. Noble Energy is an Equal Opportunity Employer - Females/Minorities/Veterans/Disabled 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.
Nov 25, 2019
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 8+ 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.
Nov 25, 2019
Full Time Contractor
 
Noble Energy Greeley, CO, USA
The Sr. Facility Operator is responsible for coordinating the daily operations and long term projects for all the facilities to ensure proper and optimum operation of all associated equipment and systems. Accountable for the safety of employees, contractors, Noble resources and the environment in their area. Coordinates the monitoring, operation, and maintenance of a facility including natural gas compressors, amine regeneration, natural gas dehydration (glycol) system, metering, tanks, and separators. Optimizes plant capacity in safe and efficient ways. Assists in development of SAFE Matrix for plant alarms and responses. Primary on-site person for coordinating PSM effort. Assists in development of emergency response plans and drills for facilities. May relieve Plant Foreman Diagnoses equipment malfunctions and directs necessary repairs, modifications and calibrations of equipment used in production operations of entire gas gathering system. Shares technical expertise by serving as a mentor to other facility personnel. Prepares necessary paperwork including procedures, maintenance reports, safety reports, leak reports, equipment reports, etc. and distribute to supervisor and organization. Performs PLC programming and troubleshooting if qualified. Maintains safety procedures regarding facilities. Troubleshoots equipment and facility problems. Perform minor repairs and servicing and notify Facility Foreman if necessary. Reports volumes and key facility operating parameters to Supervision. Responds to plant alarm call-outs on off shift hours. Reviews all invoices associated with facility and submits to supervisor for approval. Provides direction and technical advice to company and contract personnel on daily operations activities and maintenance activities. Performs plant start-up and shut-down operations. Performs gas tests as needed. Monitors facility for major problems and shuts down if necessary. Coordinates operations with gas and liquid purchasers. Participates with all Contract, third party, and Noble personnel to promote safety. Performs compressor and other mechanical repairs as needed. Supervises and train roustabouts and relief personnel as required. May serve as company representative during regulatory agency inspections. Job Requirements High school diploma or equivalent. Valid driver's license and good driving record required. 2-Year Associates degree in Process Technology preferred. Typically requires eight years of experience in oil and gas operations and five years of experience working with and in natural gas processing plants. Department of Transportation operator training a plus. Noble Energy does not sponsor employment-based visa petitions for this role. Noble Energy is an Equal Opportunity Employer - Females/Minorities/Veterans/Disabled
Nov 25, 2019
Full Time Permanent
 
Noble Energy Houston, TX, USA
The Architect is mainly responsible for providing integration and data architecture across the enterprise. In addition to sound architecture, this position will be responsible for promoting data quality and governance. This position requires broad, hands-on experience with Upstream and Midstream Oil and Gas operations applications associated with Strategic Planning, Land, Production, Marketing, Environmental Health and Safety, and Engineering. The Advisor will be responsible for providing active and engaged leadership with business and IT teams relative to operations application and data strategy. Will collaborate with all Noble's IT organizational departments and business partners to develop, document, implement, and monitor an integrated, holistic and consistent solution. Develop and enforce best practices and governance processes. Create and maintain formal data structures, data description and data architecture. Develop data mappings that provide a means of system. integration that considers the target as well as the source. Develop, gain consensus for, and maintain an integration roadmap with consideration of business requirements and technology life cycles and include transition state architectures. Assess when applications should be retired and manage the transition to a new system. Evaluate information flows and integrations to ensure optimal configuration. Establish and leverage key strategic vendor relationships. Responsible for providing technical leadership to all projects within the assigned group. Provides recommendations and assists in final determination of which technologies to use on new projects. Acts as liaison with the Technical Services group and outside consultants to make sure that any work done outside the Operations Systems group is done correctly, meets Company standards, and meets the customer's requirements. Monitors and directs the activities of external service providers to make sure that their technology complies with Company standards and industry best practices. Works with other groups within Noble IT to make sure the solutions are consistent with group policy. Provides technical guidance in the transition to new processes where applicable. Job Requirements Bachelor's Degree in Business, MIS, or Computer Science, or Engineering preferred Typically requires 10 years of related experience with an emphasis on master data management, data integration, quality, governance, and related technologies. Or High School Diploma and 12 years of related experience Strong experience in architecture, design, and implementation of enterprise applications and systems. Ability to collaborate developing thought leadership work products such as strategies and roadmaps. Ability to work with all management levels and influence enterprise technology decisions Candidates must have an Oil and Gas industry experience with PPDM knowledge Hands-on with design and modeling tools and languages Systems thinking: the ability to see how parts interact with the whole Excellent communication skills, both written and spoken, with the ability to explain complex technical issues in a way that non-technical people may understand Knowledge of IT governance and operations Self-directed, self-starter, and motivated with the ability to work with minimal supervision Noble Energy does not sponsor employment-based visa petitions for this role. Noble Energy is an Equal Opportunity Employer - Females/Minorities/Veterans/Disabled No relocatioin 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.
Nov 25, 2019
Full Time Permanent
 
Noble Energy Houston, TX, USA
Supports the Company's relations with stakeholders and plays a key role in the development and implementation of the Company's corporate social responsibility (CSR), social performance (identification, mitigation and measurement of business impacts on people and communities) and social investment (SI) programs, policies and issues, consistent with company and departmental objectives. Serve as project manager for a cross-functional team to collaboratively assess, measure and act upon sustainability issues for the company Provide content for company responses to stakeholder and shareholder environmental, social and governance (ESG) requests Develop and implement a strategic program for sustainability and supporting frameworks and programs Actively monitor and sustainability best practices and market trends and benchmark to company performance as relevant/prioritized Manage and centralize ESG/SCR reporting activities to selected/recommended external ESG frameworks, such as GRI, SASB, and IPIECA Manage social performance reviews and risk mitigation strategies Develop a training program for sustainability ambassadors at Noble Contribute to sustainability and climate reporting Contribute to preparation of Board and executive materials Represent Noble within industry and multi-stakeholder initiatives related to sustainability policy development as requested Job Requirements Bachelor's Degree required - Master's Degree preferred. Background and professional history within Social Responsibility & ESG 8 years of progressive industry experience International work experience required, preferably 4 years Noble Energy does not sponsor employment-based visa petitions for this role. Noble Energy is an Equal Opportunity Employer - Females/Minorities/Veterans/Disabled No relo 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.
Nov 25, 2019
Full Time Permanent
 
Noble Energy Houston, TX, USA
The EHSR Systems Supervisor should have a keen interest in helping the organization evolve its tools and technology to improve environmental management and safety performance. The individual will be responsible for owning the overall health and outcomes of the EHSR Information Management systems. Define, prioritize, and coordinate EHSR system tactical and strategic needs (Air Emissions, Incident reporting, Environmental performance) and drive overall adoption and growth across the company. Interface cross-functionally with business teams to develop and understand process and system requirements. Coordinate with IT to drive project execution and ensure successful delivery of solutions. Manage the business-facing day to day system performance; troubleshooting and issue resolution through IT. Understand, coordinate and convey systems related priorities, status, and benefits/risks to organizational leadership (EHSR, Operations, Finance, and IT). Ensure integration of EHSR Information Management systems within the existing Noble infrastructure from a process and operational perspective. Drive business compliance and consistency with internal data management and reporting specifically related to: Greenhouse gas reporting Annual sustainability report Internal EHS performance metrics Performs final hiring, promotion, and disciplinary recommendations. Responsible for management of assigned staff. Develops EHSR program objectives. Directs incident investigations. Directs development, implementation and oversight of EHSR program Reviews the accumulation and reporting of EHSR Performance Measures Responsible for air, water and waste compliance. May be responsible for oversight of Environmental Operations, Regulatory and Safety for business units. Job Requirements Bachelor's degree in environmental or Occupational Safety and Health or other related field OR High School Diploma (or equivalent) +5 years of additional experience. Typically requires 5 years of oil and gas experience (Environmental or Safety experience a plus) Two years of EHSR systems experience (specifically related to ACTs/Intelex a plus) Progressive experience leading Safety and/or Environmental Management Systems Sound knowledge and understanding of our operating and legislative environments (US and International) as well as standards and best practices in the EHSR space Highly developed leadership abilities; drive and motivation, while also being a team player Team leadership experience Noble Energy does not sponsor employment-based visa petitions for this role. Noble Energy is an Equal Opportunity Employer - Females/Minorities/Veterans/Disabled 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.
Nov 25, 2019
Full Time Permanent
 
Noble Energy Houston, TX, USA
Assists, with supervision, in engaging with process owners to understand processes and to identify and assess appropriate automation use cases Works with functional leaders to gain an understanding of business imperatives Assists with the process of translating business requirements into various appropriately documented deliverables such as functional design specification, use cases, and workflow/processes diagrams Assists in the creation of assessments and prioritizations of automation opportunities Assists in calculating and documenting a return on investment analysis for automations Collaborates with multi-functional and virtual teams across IT, business operational functions, and vendors to review current project activities, prioritization of work, communicate status, and escalate automation-related issues Assists with a module of a larger project or takes the lead on a smaller project Create, document, and execute test procedures and scenarios for pre-UAT (user acceptance test) phases, with supervision Provides support to end users during UAT and debugging root causes of any issues Assists in the transition to new processes where applicable Supports the effective communication between the RPA (robotic process automation) organization and the business functions Has an awareness of new technologies including robotic process automation, chatbots, blockchain, digitalization, IoT, etc. Has an awareness of industry best practices along with the ability to suggest innovation and automation improvements Encourages consistent processes and technologies across the businesses Seeks ways to apply business technology to business processes Performs other responsibilities as requested by management Requirements Requires Bachelor's degree in Business, Accounting, Finance, MIS or Computer Science Typically requires 0 to 2 years of experience UiPath RPA Awareness training preferred UiPath RPA Business Analyst training preferred Oil and gas experience preferred Understanding IT delivery methodologies (ITIL, Agile development) Knowledge of business processes in oil & gas Excellent written and verbal communication skills Strong ability to work independently and within a team environment Awareness of robotics process automation, digital automation technologies, blockchain, internet of things, document digitalization, OCR, machine learning, artificial technology, etc. 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.
Nov 25, 2019
Full Time Permanent
 
Noble Energy Houston, TX, USA
Noble Energy is committed to our NO HARM culture: conducting our business in a manner that protects the safety of our people, our environment and our surrounding communities. This role is responsible for maturing and driving continuous improvement of our NO HARM vision, strategy and material. Coordinates with EHS and Operational leadership to develop a NO HARM strategy to serve as the basis for our NO HARM cultural development road map. Works with the Business Unit Leaders in the implementation and execution of the NO HARM road map. Works with the Business Unit Leaders to ensure their leadership in, and support of, EHS programs and works cooperatively with them in developing initiatives to further develop our NO HARM culture. Develops NO HARM content to maximize engagement with a focus on organizational change management. Coordinates with regional teams to maximize engagement of NO HARM culture-based training opportunities throughout the year. Identifies opportunities to partner with key contractors to improve their cultural maturity Acts as a Liaison with corporate communication to ensure NO HARM branding, content and communications are streamlined and consistent with Company messaging. Manages the annual NO HARM cultural survey, including company roll out, results distribution and action planning. Job Requirements Associate's or Bachelor's degree in environmental or Occupational Safety and Health or other related field, preferred, or three years additional equivalent experience 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 Excellent oral and written skills Ability to work independently, make decisions, delegate as necessary and handle multiple tasks Proficient computer skills with experience in Microsoft Office Products Experience in the development of culture-based safety programs and organizational change management Noble Energy does not sponsor employment-based visa petitions for this role. Noble Energy is an Equal Opportunity Employer - Females/Minorities/Veterans/Disabled 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.
Nov 25, 2019
Full Time Permanent
 
Noble Energy Houston, TX, USA
Responsible for the design, implementation, diagnosis, repair and maintenance of all automation platforms for the Business Unit. Accountable for the safety of employees, contractors, Noble resources and the environment in their area. Provides leadership to department and other automation personnel Responsible for the supervision of all automation systems for the business unit. Continue development of comprehensive automation system for business unit Responsible for trouble-shooting all automation concerns and notification of management, if necessary. Develops future goals and propose plans for automation growth. Manages costs and capital expenditures to meet budget expectations Works closely with management and other departments to optimize project costs. Job Requirements High School Diploma or equivalent Typically requires 8 years of oil field automation experience Five years oil field / computer systems experience preferred Proficient in ALL of the following: Automation software/hardware Communications/Networking/Routing/Security PLC programming and system design SQL and Visual Basic Process Safety and Design Noble Energy does not sponsor employment-based visa petitions for this role. Noble Energy is an Equal Opportunity Employer - Females/Minorities/Veterans/Disabled 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 Within our Production Operations department, many disciplines work together to design, implement, and manage oil and gas projects to achieve our production targets. Operations roles include gas measurement, workover operations, pipeline operations, field drilling and completions, line locators, lease operators, mechanics and construction workers.
Nov 25, 2019
Full Time Permanent
 
Noble Energy Houston, TX, USA
Manage day to day requirements of a Class - A level office building operations. Manage reception, mail operations and conference center operations for approximately 750,000 sqft. Able to manage office relocations, conference center set up and breakdown. Manage day to day interaction with fitness center and café. Manage office services vendor relations and negotiations. Create and manage the budgets, leases, subleases and capital expenditures. Handle all financial reporting duties and property accounting etc. With the Financial Analyst, collect all accounts receivables; Sign off on all Accounts payable. Negotiate, manage and set up new sublease files, administer move-in and move-out procedures, inspections and reports. Track Certificates of Insurance for Tenants and Vendors. Establish, adjust and maintain sublease activity on project summary reports and rent roll reports. Prepare and submit annual Operating Expenses Abstract leases, amendments and certificate of insurance forms. Oversee TI and construction projects for NBL and subtenants Focus on analytics to improve costs structure and identify opportunities. Job Requirements Degree and 5+ years of experience. Real Estate construction experience and property management required Ideal candidates will have experience with Class A office properties Ideal candidate will have managed a multi-tenant building or complex Real Estate license a plus 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 Human Resources team helps us to create and support a high performing workforce. It is a multi-functional team that acts as a business partner to our domestic and international operating groups, as well as our corporate departments. Functional areas include compensation and benefits, learning and organizational development, talent acquisition, and HR strategy and compliance.
Nov 25, 2019