Company: Saudi Aramco
Skills: Reservoir Engineering
Experience: 15 + Years
Employment Type: Full Time Salaried Employee
Location: Dhahran, Eastern Province, Saudi Arabia
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We are looking for a Reservoir Engineer to work with the Upstream Professional Development Center (UPDC) to address all training needs of upstream of multifaceted reservoir engineering discipline.
You will work within a team of technical advisors with broad petroleum engineering experiences and specialties to develop and deliver a wide range of professional development programs and courses targeting Saudi Aramco reservoir engineers (reservoir management, reservoir simulation, well testing, reserves, etc.) of all experience levels.
You will also work closely with other technical advisors from other disciplines (Job families within the UPDC and upstream experts) including geophysicists, geologists, drilling engineers, production engineers, petrophysicists, unconventional resources, and facilities engineers, in the development of multidisciplinary training programs.
As a successful candidate you should hold a Bachelor's degree in Petroleum Engineering. An MSc and/or PhD degree in Petroleum Engineering is desirable.
You must have a minimum of 15 years of industry experience working on Reservoir Engineering (RE) projects and operations that includes 10 years or more of recent active technical roles.
You must have a working knowledge of a wide range of RE disciplines/topics such as reservoir management, reservoir simulation, reserves, and well testing, are essential. Specialization in one or few sub disciplines are advantageous.
You must have experience in training delivery, mentoring, and development of training programs for Reservoir Engineering (RE) in all levels.
Duties and Responsibilities
You are required to perform the following:
Enhance the UPDC RE Curricula for early career, mid-career and senior professionals.
Manage content development activities for the RE job family.
Contribute to delivery of several RE courses including the Upstream on-boarding program, the RE Flagship and the Reservoir Simulation workshop.
Engage management at all levels to ensure technical curriculum and content development is in line with management objectives and expectations
Establish a complete development schedule for courses in the RE job family.
Ensure technical content of all courses is endorsed by Job Family Technical Advisors.
Ensure that all external consultant and Instructor needs for development and delivery are identified and that necessary paperwork is submitted in a timely fashion with adequate prior notice.
Utilize UPDC-based instructional designers, graphic artists, and technical writers for building technical content as appropriate.
Collect and analyze post-course feedback and ensure it is used to improve content for future offerings
When possible, sit in on courses to evaluate course quality and instructor effectiveness, especially courses developed and delivered by external vendors.
Innovate, create, and share new approaches in training or technical advancement through local and international SPE forums.