Bureau of Economic Geology

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Executive/Managerial Staff

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Research Staff

Unconventional Energy Advisor

Job Code: R_00008053

Purpose: Advising, conducting, and leading research in reservoir engineering and economic analyses relating to unconventional shale systems. The role plays an essential part of the project workflow in analyzing data and trends.

Functions: Conduct economics and reservoir engineering research on oil and gas resources including drilling and completions in unconventional plays. Analyze trends and factors controlling oil and gas productivity, assess economics at well and basin-wide scales. Forecast future production of oil, gas and water; develop drilling activity scenarios based on economics (price, costs), technology assumptions and regulation framework. Interact with multi-disciplinary team members and other economists at Bureau and UT Main Campus. Develop and maintain outside network of peers. Publish and present research findings. Broadly support Bureau activities.

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Seismologist

Job Code: R_00008103

Purpose: As part of a multi-disciplinary, integrated research team, the candidate will conduct applied and basic seismology-related research, with a focus on Texas, but with applications to other regions in the US and the world.

Functions: Perform original and independent research on the seismology of Texas, the surrounding area of Texas, and elsewhere. Be substantially involved in analyzing data collected from the TexNet seismological monitoring program and other stations or assets that provide quality data. Engage in outside funding activities and promote programs with stakeholders. Present research results to funding agencies, report results of research in journal articles and books, and present results at professional meetings. Provide service to professional societies, the Bureau of Economic Geology and the Jackson School of Geosciences. Serve on committees as needed.

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Please note that there are separate job boards depending on if you are a UT employee or not. It is imperative that you apply to the correct board. Once you have accessed the correct job board, you can either search for the position using either the title of the position or the job code. For instructions on how to apply through the correct job board, click here.

 

Earthquake Management System Administrator

Job Code: R_00008104

Purpose: TexNet Operations needs to hire an earthquake system administrator to work on ensuring full operation of an earthquake management system on a 24/7 basis. The candidate will be expected to lead the tuning and optimization of all parts of the data management system, and provide a Quality Assessment of the system and the raw data being collected from 100+ seismometers that stream data to TexNet.

Functions: To ensure full operations of the earthquake management system on a 24/7 basis. To optimize all parts of the earthquake management system. Provide a quality assessment of the system by communicating status and progress through reports, papers presentations, etc. Develop new tools and/or add available tools to the earthquake management system workflow (real time and/or offline).

To learn more or to apply for this position, click here.

Please note that there are separate job boards depending on if you are a UT employee or not. It is imperative that you apply to the correct board. Once you have accessed the correct job board, you can either search for the position using either the title of the position or the job code. For instructions on how to apply through the correct job board, click here.

 

Unconventional Energy Advisor

Job Code: R_00008088

Pupose: Advising, conducting, and leading research in reservoir engineering and economic analyses relating to unconventional shale systems. The role plays an essential part of the project workflow in analyzing data and trends.
Functions: Conduct economics and reservoir engineering research on oil and gas resources including drilling and completions in unconventional plays. Analyze trends and factors controlling oil and gas productivity, assess economics at well and basin-wide scales. Forecast future production of oil, gas and water; develop drilling activity scenarios based on economics (price, costs), technology assumptions and regulation framework. Interact with multi-disciplinary team members and other economists at Bureau and UT Main Campus. Develop and maintain outside network of peers. Publish and present research findings. Broadly support Bureau activities.

To learn more or to apply for this position, click here.

Please note that there are separate job boards depending on if you are a UT employee or not. It is imperative that you apply to the correct board. Once you have accessed the correct job board, you can either search for the position using either the title of the position or the job code. For instructions on how to apply through the correct job board, click here.

 

Technical Staff

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Administrative/Clerical Staff

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Service/Maintenance Staff

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