at Packer Plus
Location Louisville, Colorado
Date Posted December 1, 2015
Category Reservoir Engineer
Job Type Permanent
Min. Years Experience Required 15



Packers Plus is the pioneer of open hole, multi‐stage horizontal fracturing and we provide technology‐based solutions to the
oil and gas industry around the world. We are currently recruiting for a Fracture Science Reservoir/Production Engineer to
join our team at our Louisville, Colorado office.

Primary Role Focus
The Fracture Science Reservoir/Production Engineer will be a member of the Packers Plus Fracture Sciences Group, based in
Louisville, CO. Operating independently they will handle a broad scope of global assignments. Primary focus will be on
reservoir analysis relating to hydraulic fracturing optimization, especially multistage horizontal fracture treatments. Reports
to the Manager of Fracture Sciences

Key Tasks and Responsibilities

Numerical simulation of fluid flow behavior and reservoir physical properties

PTA, PLT, well test, and hydraulic fracture performance evaluations

Provide stimulation flowback recommendations.

Competent using reservoir simulation software for production forecasting, hydraulic fracture SRV and
economic modeling

Evaluation of wellbore landing parameters

Working knowledge of ICD technology

PVT analysis

Provide technical services support for internal and external stakeholders

Provide guidance to the RTD Engineering and Technical Services departments as required

Author professional papers, case history studies on client wells against offsets and any relative milestones
of products and services

Perform internal, client and public presentations, assist in sales calls, lunch and learns, and training

Work collaboratively with the marketing and sales teams

Participate in industry conferences, seminars, and trade shows

Knowledge of core testing and fluid sensitivity.

Expertise and Skills

At least 15 years working in oil and gas industry

Must have proven track record in unconventional resource exploitation

Knowledge of major multi-phase reservoir simulation software

Ability to utilize Nodal Analysis software

Detailed knowledge of well completions and construction

Practical knowledge/experience in downhole tools and fracture stimulation

Familiarity with industry proppant and fluid technology

Education and Training

BSc or MS in Geoscience or Engineering discipline

Core Competencies

Core Competencies

Customer Intimacy

Operational Excellence



Department Competencies


Preemptive problem solving

Time management


Detail oriented

Adaptable and flexible

Conceptual thinking

Role Competencies

Technical writing skills with oil and gas language

Public speaking

Ability to work independently, while contributing to departmental goals

Stay current with industry research and development

Build collaborative industry relationships.

Meets client deadlines

Technical Competencies

MS Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook) and Adobe

Working knowledge of numerical reservoir, Nodal Analysis, and PVT simulation software

Physical and Safety Requirements

Safety Sensitive
o Subject to pre‐employment, post incident, random and reasonable cause drug and alcohol testing

Significant use of computer, monitor, keyboard and mouse

Sit at a desk for extended periods

Some travel required

To apply, please email your cover letter and resume referencing the above position to

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