JOB SUMMARY: Responsible for securing leaseholds in prospect areas, monitoring existing leaseholds for expirations, formulizing monetization plans, performing hearings and filings, and negotiating contracts and agreements.
1.Secure leaseholds in identified prospect areas utilizing field brokers and title attorneys.
2.Monitor existing leaseholds for upcoming expirations and help formulate monetization plans.
3.Negotiate surface damages agreements for well locations such as pipeline right-of-ways.
4.Negotiate, review and draft trade contracts including farmouts, joint operating agreements, and participation agreements.
5.Perform regulatory and municipality hearings and filings.
6.Mentor less experienced professionals assigned to a common project as needed.
7.Perform related responsibilities as required or assigned.
Excellent organizational skills.
Strong communication and interpersonal skills.
Demonstrated ability to conduct presentations to upper management teams.
Strong problem solving skills.
Bachelor's Degree in Land Management or related field.
Prefer experience in Kansas, Texas, Oklahoma, and Colorado.
See information below for additional job requirements.
Associate Landman (Level I) - Requires three years or less of directly related experience
Landman (Level II) - Requires a minimum of four to six years of directly related experience
Senior Landman (Level III) - Requires a minimum of seven to nine years of directly related experience
Staff Landman (Level IV) - Requires ten to fourteen years of directly related experience
Senior Staff Landman (Level V) - Requires fifteen or more years of directly related experience