Technical Manager | Senior Geologist
INFLUENCE THE EVOLUTION
Composite Energy has already established itself as the pre-eminent
company in Europe focused exclusively on the extraction of Coal
Bed Methane. With considerable financial backing, the Company
currently owns and operates two land rigs with another shortly to
arrive to accelerate development of its asset portfolio.
Entering an exciting phase of growth, the Company is now ready
to appoint a number of key personnel to the European technical
team to prepare for further onshore licence awards and a significant
appraisal and development work programme.
With an imminent IPO, there is no better time to join this next
generation player offering you new challenges, hands on
accountability and the unique opportunity to shape not only the
strategic direction of the Company, but also the establishment of an
important and alternative future energy supply. In return, your
contribution will be recognised by a potential share option scheme
and competitive rewards package designed to ensure you share in
the Company’s success.
Technical Manager (245122MW)
Responsible for all G&G, Drilling Engineering, Reservoir and
Production Engineering disciplines. Oversee technical support to
a variety of geographically spread business areas. The role
will appeal to an experienced degree qualified individual with
a sub-surface technical background. Prior knowledge of leading
multi-functional teams in a demanding operational environment is
Senior Geologist (245123MW)
Oversee all planning and operational activities related
to the existing and future licence portfolio. Comfortable working in
a multi-disciplinary environment with exacting deadlines, we seek
an experienced individual with a coal, minerals or petroleum
background with well site or other operational exposure.
Please send full CV in MS Word format, stating salary and quoting
the relevant reference number to Nigel Bradburn at Norman
Broadbent’s Energy Practice. Tel: +44 (0)1224 619204.
Please note that all direct applicants and 3rd party submissions will
be forwarded to Norman Broadbent for consideration.
Date Posted: 4 June 2008