Joint Venture Representative
Primary job responsibilities include but are not limited to:
• Acting as the primary contact for company and partners in jointly-owned company operated properties and for company stakeholders conducting business on behalf of those partners.
• Responsible for dealing with primary joint venture matters, ensure that negotiations, contractual compliance, fiduciary and ethical standard expected by company are adhere to.
• Negotiating, supporting and advising other company departments to determine optimum operating conditions to manage the flow of products and revenue streams.
• Providing leadership and direction to company stakeholders and joint venture partners involved in jointly-owned properties in the conduct of business relating to those properties.
• Providing leadership and guidance in the development of opportunities in assigned area.
• Setting the standard for terms and conditions of service in company operated facilities in the assigned area and ensure that those terms reflect company business standards.
• Ensuring that company and joint venture partners comply with applicable agreements.
• Communicating company plans and activities to joint venture partners in a manner and quality consistent with company expectations of other operators.
• Performing general duties associated with being the Operator of a jointly-owned property including:
- chairing Operating Committee meetings;
- obtaining partner approval of expense budgets, capital expenditures and various other proposals;
- assisting in the resolution of audit queries from joint venture partners;
- Assisting joint venture partners in contacting stakeholders within company as required.
• Maintaining positive relationships with, and maximizing value for, company and its joint venture partners in the ownership and operation of jointly-owned properties.
• Keeping up-to-date with Petroleum Joint Venture Association documents and guidance and industry practices, precedents and issues.
The ideal candidate possesses a minimum of 10 years direct experience in the upstream oil and gas industry with at least 5 years in joint ventures. A Petroleum Technology diploma or other directly related post-secondary education is an asset.
In addition the candidate has a thorough understanding of oil and gas operations, basic understanding of contract law, production accounting and marketing. Additional requirements include proficiency in Micro Soft Office and related applications.