Senior Reservoir Engineer in Rueil-Malmaison, France

at Beicip-Franlab
Location Rueil-Malmaison, France
Date Posted December 27, 2018
Category Reservoir Engineer
Job Type Permanent


Intérim, CDIContract Type: Temporary or permanent position

Job Overview:
Beicip-Franlab is a world leading consulting Company providing software and services to help oil and gas professionals in interpreting subsurface data and assessing exploration and production risks and opportunities.

A successful candidate will be expected to manage an integrated project team composed of geophysicists, geologists and reservoir engineers. Strong technical and analytical skills are also expected in order to conduct detailed analysis of production performance, build and use dynamic simulation models and propose optimized field development plans including EOR schemes to clients worldwide. You will use the company’s innovative reservoir simulation software as well as other standard industry tools.

The successful candidate will be reporting directly to the Reservoir Engineering Department Manager. You will be based in our main office in France near Paris with opportunities to travel abroad.

Acting as Project Manager, the successful candidate will be expected to:

Perform analytical reservoir engineering analysis and dynamic simulation studies (model initialization, history matching and performance prediction);

Work actively in and/or manage an integrated project team;

Interact with the client for data collection, results presentation and discussion;

Apply new methods and be able to use creativity in field development or re-development, using leading edge technologies and tools;

Promote integration between geological, reservoir and geophysical techniques in order to deliver powerful predictive models to meet current production challenges;

Coach Junior Reservoir Engineers in their daily work.

This is an ideal role for an experienced, innovative and ambitious reservoir engineer who wishes to be actively contributing to successful development projects.

The successful candidate will have:

An MSc or PhD in Petroleum/Reservoir Engineering;

Minimum of 10 years of experience in reservoir engineering;

Strong skills in reservoir simulation (at least 5 years of experience);

Strong interpersonal and communication skills, written and oral, essential;

A confident and assertive personality with the ability to provide effective technical leadership and articulate strong technical arguments is essential;

Previous experience in publishing and presenting technical papers highly desirable;

Previous overseas experience, advantageous;

Fluent English and French mandatory, Spanish advantageous;

Commitment for mobility as the job may include short-term and long-term missions overseas;

Legal right to work in France without company sponsorship.

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