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Completions Data Analyst

Job Summary


This position is CONTRACT to PERM and will focus on providing support for Caerus’s Denver based Operations Department through expanding and optimizing the data warehouse, interpreting data, and analyzing results using statistical techniques. This position reports directly to the Completion Engineer.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

  • Create and maintain ETL workflows for operations analysis
  • Monitor and validate daily data entries. Troubleshoot any reporting issues, errors with file/data retrieval or uploads with operations
  • Documentation of data pipelines
  • Ensure the ingestion of data and errors are handled without interruption
  • Process and securely store extremely sensitive data for callback and future use
  • Prepare distributed, disjoint, multi-formatted data sets for engineering
  • Utilize data visualization software to display trends in completions capital and performance.
  • Leverage accessible APIs to research and investigate new and interesting datasets to include in the data warehouse.
  • Other projects as assigned by the managing Completions Engineer/Completions Manager

Other Duties and Responsibilities

  • Collaborate with all company employees
  • Identify opportunities to improve operations in terms of cost and data structure
  • Communicate effectively with all levels of the organization, including timely written reports of activity, as requested
  • Scrutinize, understand and evaluate all work products
  • Continually look for ways to improve our completion and production techniques and practices.



  • Preferred 5 years experience as a data analyst in an oil and gas operations focused environment
  • B.S. in Computer Science, Engineering or a technical discipline

Skills & Abilities

  • Experience with Spotfire
  • MS SQL Server and MS Access experience required
  • Strong working knowledge of Python, V#, R, or other general-purpose programming language
  • Experience with WellView, Aries, DocView, and MS Office software applications preferred
  • Ability to think creativity in solving engineering and business problems
  • Ability to think clearly in stressful situations and manage frequent interruptions
  • Self-discipline and a strong work ethic
  • Good communication skills to interact effectively with members of small and large teams
  • Strong organizational and time management skills
  • Self-discipline and self-motivated with the ability to work efficiently with minimal supervision from others
  • Sensitivity to confidential matters
  • Flexibility to work overtime when required
  • Preferred working knowledge of oil and gas operations
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