This Week in Energy Jobs

on January 23, 2014 at 2:00 PM

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The energy industry – oil & gas sector in particular – is bracing itself for a massive wave of retirements over the short to medium term, which has been dubbed “The Great Shift Change.” As the industry prepares for this turnover, companies are looking to the next generation of candidates with skills ranging from finance, geology, engineering, law, etc.

Additionally, lots of exciting opportunities are opening up in various renewable energy sectors as technological advancements rapidly disrupt traditional utility business models. The energy efficiency business is also growing by leaps and bounds, as significant cost saving benefits associated with using less energy are an easy sell for most businesses.

With these issues in mind, Breaking Energy will begin highlighting a few interesting energy jobs on a weekly basis.

Mechanical Engineer P.E.

Frontline Source Group, Carrollton, TX

Our client in Carrollton, TX Is looking for a Mechanical Engineer P.E.   The selected candidate will have the following skill set: Provide mechanical construction design, technical/constructability analysis, and engineering resolution of preconstruction and construction scope gaps on projects ranging from new design/build to rehabilitation of existing facilities and systems. Provide leadership and ongoing technical guidance to other department members. Assist with developing and implementing systems and procedures to improve the quality and efficiency of the department and expand overall mechanical engineering abilities. –

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Energy Consultant

Boston Pacific Company, Inc., Washington DC

Boston Pacific Company, Inc. (Boston Pacific), a Washington, DC-based consulting firm, is seeking to hire an Energy Consultant with 1 to 3+ years of experience whose skills and insight will significantly contribute to our high-profile consulting projects. Our specialization in the energy industry gives Energy Consultants the unique opportunity to gain valuable experience in current energy matters, have client contact, and work closely with senior members of our team. Energy Consultants can expect to participate in a small-team environment, providing critical input alongside senior personnel to further our clients’ goals.

To learn more about this opportunity visit the original posting.

Oil Pricing Specialist

Saudi Aramco Corporate Planning, Saudi Arabia

The core function of the Corporate Planning organization is to advise the company’s management and guide other departments within the company on energy markets and outlook, economic evaluations, oil pricing, macroeconomic outlook, and international energy policies and regulations, besides assisting in business planning and strategy formulation. Corporate Planning serves as the center of expertise on the application of economic principles and assumptions to business issues throughout the company. We are seeking an Oil Pricing Specialist as an advisor to Corporate Management — as well as other organizations within the company — regarding different issues encompassing the company’s crude oil marketing, with specific expertise in crude oil valuation and pricing.

To learn more about this opportunity visit the original posting.