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PNOC Exploration Corporation has been a part of the energy exploration industry for more than 30 years, and we believe that the successes we have achieved are due to the dynamic and motivated professionals who make up our team.

If you think you have got what it takes to serve our country through an exciting and challenging career in oil, gas and coal exploration, you may send your application letter indicating the position you wish to apply for, along with your latest resume to hr@pnoc-ec.com.ph.

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Published Date: Apr. 15, 2024   -
Closing Date: Apr. 26, 2024  

JOB GRADE: 10

QUALIFICATION GUIDELINES:

Education: Bachelor's degree in Engineering, preferably in Petroleum Engineering or a related field.

Experience: Minimum two (2) years related role/s within the oil and gas industry.

Special Skills:

  • Analytical Thinking: Strong analytical skills to evaluate drilling data, diagnose operational challenges, and implement effective solutions.
  • Communication: Excellent verbal and written communication skills to effectively convey technical information and collaborate with cross-functional teams.
  • Problem Solving: Ability to identify and resolve drilling-related issues, make informed decisions, and adapt to changing drilling conditions.
  • Teamwork: Ability to work collaboratively within a diverse team, sharing knowledge, and supporting team members.
  • Initiative: Proactive mindset to identify opportunities for improvement, take ownership of projects, and drive continuous process optimization.
  • Technical Knowledge: Solid understanding of drilling and completion techniques, wellbore design, casing and cementing operations, drilling fluids, well control principles, and industry regulations.
  • Software Proficiency: Familiarity with industry-specific software and tools such as drilling simulation software, well planning software, and data analysis tools. Good knowledge and application of engineering codes and standards.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Well Planning and Design: Collaborate with multidisciplinary teams to develop well plans, including trajectory design, casing programs, drilling fluid programs, and bit and drilling tool selection.
  • Well Execution: Oversee drilling operations, ensuring adherence to drilling programs, safety standards, and operational best practices. Monitor drilling parameters, wellbore stability, and well control measures.
  • Technical Support: Provide technical guidance and support to rig personnel during drilling operations, troubleshooting issues, and proposing effective solutions.
  • Wellbore Integrity: Ensure the integrity of wellbore construction by monitoring drilling fluid properties, casing and cementing operations, and well control measures.
  • Performance Optimization: Analyze drilling performance data, identify opportunities for improvement, and implement strategies to enhance drilling efficiency, reduce costs, and minimize non-productive time.
  • HSE Compliance: Promote and enforce HSE (Health, Safety, and Environment) policies and procedures, ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements and industry best practices.
  • Reporting and Documentation: Prepare accurate reports, technical memos, and documentation related to well construction activities. Maintain up-to-date records of drilling parameters, well performance, and equipment specifications.
  • Perform other necessary and related tasks for the achievement of the unit's and organization's goals.

 

You may also send your CV to mgtapang@pnoc-ec.com.ph or sbnieva@pnoc-ec.com.ph, with the subject line: "Application for [Position] - [ Your Name]" (i.e., Application for HR Assistant - John Doe).

Published Date: Apr. 15, 2024   -
Closing Date: Apr. 26, 2024  

JOB GRADE: 11

QUALIFICATIONS GUIDELINES:

Education: Candidate must possess at least a Bachelor's Degree in Engineering (preferably Petroleum), or in Applied Sciences (Math, Chemistry, or Physics)

Experience: At least five (5) years of working experience related to aspects of oil and gas reservoir engineering

Special Skills

  • Specialized training in oil and gas reservoir engineering, planning, and management with working knowledge of computer software used for reservoir modeling and simulation
  • MBAL, Petrel and Eclipse, Pipesim, and Harmony Enterprise users are of advantage.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Production Engineering and Reservoir Management

  • Evaluate inflow and outflow performance between the reservoir and the wellbore.
  • Define the operating envelopes of the wells, manifolds, flowlines, and other facilities to maintain a safe and continuous production of hydrocarbon
  • Perform well performance reviews, diagnosis/analysis, and improvement activities
  • Evaluate technical solutions for underperforming production wells and assess technical viability under site-specific conditions
  • Perform well enhancements utilizing chemical treatments and stimulations to improve the performance and productivity of production wells.
  • Analyze and interpret production data to determine reservoir performance and recommend options to enhance production rate
  • Build and continually update the dynamic/numerical reservoir models of producing fields of various petroleum assets using industry-accepted tools and techniques
  • Analyze well test results (i.e. pressure data, Pressure-Volume-Temperature) for input to reservoir simulation models
  • Simulate and update production forecasts periodically to predict the estimated ultimate recoverable reserves and remaining life of the producing asset
  • Evaluate and recommend subsurface development alternatives (i.e. enhanced oil recovery techniques, water flooding, new wells, and location, production well configuration upgrade) to increase ultimate recovery.
  • Design and recommend robust well-testing programs to assess the flowing potential of the producing fields and implement the approved programs
  • Develop and recommend cost-effective reservoir surveillance programs
  • Maintain and update appropriate well and reservoir data management system
  • Participate in regular reserve audits and prepare required documents for certification

Asset Acquisition

  • Work with Engineering, Exploration and Project Development Departments to evaluate and determine the remaining recoverable reserves, production potential, and commercial viability of participating/engaging in farm-in opportunities on producing assets.
  • Conduct due diligence on the integrity of production facilities of the Farm-in assets.

Business Transactions

  • Prepare all the necessary documents, and facilitate the acquisition of engineering software required for reservoir management.
  • Provide the needed inputs in the development of the Annual Work Program and Budget for the Reservoir Management section.
  • Prepare cost estimation and budgeting for necessary repairs or workovers of damaged or nonperforming subsea and subsurface equipment.

Risk Management

  • Identify production risks within the field of expertise, develop and recommend options to mitigate the potential impact

Reporting

  • Prepare and submit production and progress reports to the immediate supervisor
  • Prepare reports and presentation materials for the production and reservoir evaluation studies conducted.

Cross-Functional Performance

  • Provide assistance in the field production engineering, reservoir modelling, and production forecasting to Engineering Services and Petroleum Exploration groups
  • Coordinate with other support groups for procurement requirements
  • Support the HSSE Department in conducting risk assessment by providing inputs in a relevant field of expertise
  • Participate in all related meetings, workshops, and periodic reviews (Technical Committee Meetings, Annual Field Performance Reviews, Model Reviews, Brainstorming, and Problem-Solving Activities, Secondments, etc.) in collaboration with other technical experts of the company, joint venture partners, and third-party contractors.

Continuous Improvement

  • Upgrade technical competency through higher education scholarship, review of technical papers, participation in internal trainings, and attendance in seminars, workshops, conferences, and specialized training programs.
  • Conduct specialized studies on new technology related to reservoir surveillance and management to further improve production performance.
  • Ensure that the relevant procedure manuals (procedures, strategies, & policies) are regularly updated based on the latest industry developments and standards. Initiate and recommend revisions to the Superintendent

 

You may also send your CV to mgtapang@pnoc-ec.com.ph or sbnieva@pnoc-ec.com.ph, with the subject line: "Application for [Position] - [ Your Name]" (i.e., Application for HR Assistant - John Doe).

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Geoscientist

Published Date: Apr. 15, 2024   -
Closing Date: Apr. 26, 2024  

JOB GRADE: 11

QUALIFICATION GUIDELINES

Education:

  • Bachelor of Science Degree in Geology or Geophysics
  • Valid Professional Regulation Commission License (Licensed Geologist)

Experience: At least five(5) years relevant experience in petroleum exploration

Special Skills:

  • Computer literate
  • Ability to travel to various project sites, either domestic or overseas, onshore or offshore, if required
  • Good interpersonal skills

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Geological Evaluation

  • Interpret and analyze geological and other technical data to establish the stratigraphic and structural framework of the sedimentary basin.
  • Establish the working petroleum system by assessing charge, migration, and retention using state-of-the-art basin modeling software.
  • Synthesize results with the Petroleum Geophysics team interpretation to identify prospective targets using play-based exploration techniques.
  • Risk, rank, mature, and identify the drilling targets. Done in collaboration with the Petroleum Geophysics team and using internationally recognized guidelines for risk assessment of prospects.
  • Review and confirm the robustness of the drilling target/s to be recommended for drilling.
  • Plan the geological component of the drilling program by establishing the well prognosis; logging and sampling; and post-well evaluation programs.
  • Design and plan field geological programs (e.g. outcrop mapping and rock sampling, geochemical survey)
  • Implement the approved field geological programs.
  • Quality check the geological/geochemical data being acquired to ensure compliance with project specifications.
  • Verify and investigate reported oil and/or gas seeps.
  • During drilling operations, act as Well Site Geologist.
  • Describe the cuttings and interpret the formation penetrated.
  • Ensure every stage of the geological component of the drilling program (mudlogging, wireline logging, sampling, etc.) is followed.
  • Recommend whether to drill ahead, suspend, or terminate based on the interpretation of all drilling data.
  • Ensure that the quality of sampling and logging is within the project specification.
  • Provide daily geological reports on the updates of the drilling operation to the designated Operation Geologist.

Business Transaction

  • Prepare documents for application for the DOE’s Philippine Energy Contracting Round and overseas petroleum bid round.

Risk Management

  • Ensure confidentiality of proprietary data to guarantee zero data leaks and prevent breaches in contracts/agreements.
  • Report identified risk and mitigating measures related to petroleum exploration project.

Cross-Functional

  • Collaborate with other Departments/Units (e.g., ERD, HSSED) in securing the required permits, endorsement, approval of stakeholders, and implementation of exploration projects.
  • Participate as a technical resource person during Information, Education, and Communication (IEC) campaigns
  • Evaluate and recommend proposal/ tender documents of third-party contractors prior to project implementation
  • Implement training/mentoring programs for on-the-job trainees.

Reporting

  • Ensure preparation of all reports associated with the above technical duties in compliance with technical project specifications and the Company’s quality management reporting system.
  • Provide updates on the progress of exploration activities.
  • Ensure preparation of reportorial requirements of petroleum service contracts.

Continuous Improvement

  • Upgrade technical competency through review of periodicals, participation in in-house training programs, secondment, scholarship, and attendance in seminars, workshops, conferences, and specialized training.
  • Provide updates and revisions of existing policies/procedures appropriate for the unit and the Company.

Ensure compliance with standard operating procedures and the Health, Safety, Security and Environment (HSSE) policies of the Company.

Perform other necessary and related tasks to achieve the Department’s and the Company’s goals.

 

You may also send your CV to mgtapang@pnoc-ec.com.ph or sbnieva@pnoc-ec.com.ph, with the subject line: "Application for [Position] - [ Your Name]" (i.e., Application for HR Assistant - John Doe).

Published Date: Apr. 15, 2024   -
Closing Date: Apr. 26, 2024  

JOB GRADE: 11

QUALIFICATIONS GUIDELINES:

Education: Graduate of Bachelor of Science in Petroleum Engineering or other engineering-related courses with experience in the upstream oil/gas industry

Experience:

  • For Petroleum Engineering Graduate: Preferably with two (2) years of experience in the upstream oil/gas industry.
  • For Non-Petroleum Engineering Graduate: Preferably with five (5) years of experience in the upstream oil/gas industry

Special Skills:

  • Working knowledge of the following: Wireline/production log properties and applications, sub-surface statics and dynamics for petroleum and non-petroleum fluids, downhole and mechanical statics and dynamics, computer modeling, and simulation processes and applications. (Preference will be given to users of applicable software suite for the above-enumerated awareness.)
  • Interpersonal skills
  • Adept at MS Office suite.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Prepares programs for a rig or rigless operations, perforation, kick-off operation, stimulation and well testing to be carried out by service companies.
  • Undertakes rig or rigless well testing of newly drilled/worked-over wells.
  • Prepares programs for various well tests such as multi-rate production/injection tests and isochronal/modified isochronal tests.
  • Coordinates and supervises testing operations and carries out preliminary interpretation and evaluation of test results.
  • Follows up and supervises all wireline work carried out by contractors.
  • Check the pressure gauges, charts, and downhole electronic memory results, as necessary for reporting.
  • Supervises production logging services and carries out preliminary log interpretation and evaluation of test results.
  • Monitors oil/gas producing and water injection wells performance.
  • Investigate and diagnose well problems and propose action requirements.
  • Recommends workover for specific wells giving prognosis of each well and workover justification.
  • Coordinates and supervises downhole equipment testing and maintenance.
  • Reviews and evaluates water injection cluster performance and discusses the long-term injection test with concerned engineers of other Departments.
  • Supervises trials of new surface and downhole equipment.
  • Monitor and discuss the performance of installed production equipment (Xmas trees, chokes, SC-SSSVs, control panels, SSVs/ actuators).
  • Participates in technical studies concerning water/gas injection and artificial lift projects, oil and gas operations, and facilities optimization or modification, as assigned.
  • Maintains a comprehensive database on well history, oil/gas production, water production/ injection, and gas injection statistics.
  • Follows up on contractor service performance and adherence to safe work practices.
  • Participates in the development of operating, reporting, and recording procedures for oil, gas, and water production/injection performance.
  • Identifies opportunities to improve efficiency and reduce costs.
  • Participates in the preparation of the department budget as applicable to well testing and completions engineering.
  • Participates in the training and development of assigned employees. Includes developing and implementing OJT programs, monitoring, and reporting on progress.
  • Act as a focal point for Well Testing-related contracts (e.g. Rigless, wireline, well test & redressing), where field requirements are to be prepared and contract pre-qualification is conducted.
  • Know the Company's health, safety, and environmental policy, procedures, regulations, and objectives as they relate to his area of responsibility, and ensure that they are effectively implemented in his domain.

 

You may also send your CV to mgtapang@pnoc-ec.com.ph or sbnieva@pnoc-ec.com.ph, with the subject line: "Application for [Position] - [ Your Name]" (i.e., Application for HR Assistant - John Doe).

Published Date: Apr. 15, 2024   -
Closing Date: Apr. 26, 2024  

JOB GRADE: 10

QUALIFICATION GUIDELINES:

Education: Candidate must possess at least a Bachelor's Degree in Accountancy and a Certified Public Accountant with Twenty-Four (24) hours of relevant training

Experience: At least three (3) years of related work experience, preferably in the energy industry

Special Skills:

  • Analytical, planning, and problem-solving skills
  • Attentive to details; Good interpersonal skills
  • Good oral and written communication skills
  • Appreciation of petroleum/coal/energy basic operations
  • Proficiency in MS Applications and SAP

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Joint Venture Accounting

  • Maintain accurate and timely accounting of Joint Venture accounts consistent with the JV Agreements and Accounting Procedures and International Financial Reporting Standards in Upstream Operations
  • Analyze and evaluate Joint Venture financial performance against the agreed Work Program and Budget and highlight areas of attention
  • Analyze Joint Venture expenditures prior to issuance and/or payment of cash call requests/Joint Interest Billings
  • Act as cost controller during drilling or seismic activity at site by verifying the propriety, authorization of costs, and approved Authorization for Expenditures (AFE) before authorizing the release of payments to vendors and employees
  • Estimate daily expenditures based on project report and provisions of the contracts
  • Challenge the functional heads from the financial perspective particularly in relation to overhead control and cash management
  • Maintain the drilling budget which allows predictive and close to accurate forecasting of final well cost against AFE
  • Provide impact of drilling time and depth on drilling project expenditures and analyze variances in actual costs vs budget
  • Facilitate the conduct of audit of Joint Venture accounts by Joint Venture partners, government, and other external parties
  • Maintain an organized file of Joint Ventures and other projects' financial information
  • Ensure accurate and timely remittance of royalty from production revenues
  • Ensure accurate and timely payment/collection of funding requests from/to Joint Venture partners

Risk Management

  • Observe appropriate controls in processing Joint Venture transactions with regard to compliance with the provisions of JV Agreements and applicable laws
  • Monitor compliance with agreed Joint Venture operating procedures and ensure deviations are reported to management
  • Evaluate risks and potential exposure involved in the financial aspect of current and future Joint Venture operations
  • Provide ongoing cost management support and reporting in drilling activities and advise the Drilling Manager of projected overspends
  • Keep abreast with updates on governing legislations to avoid disallowance of upstream cost for recovery and or penalties

Cross-functional Performance

  • Ensure regular coordination with internal and external stakeholders to validate actual performance and variations on Joint Venture projects' work commitments
  • Participate in peer review and technical working groups (TWG) for special projects under conceptual and development stage
  • Build and maintain constructive working relationships with Joint Venture partners and government agencies
  • Participate in cross-functional meetings, as necessary

Reporting

  • Analyze and prepare project status reports on recorded, validated, and recoverable expenses
  • Evaluate projects' performance against approved work program and budget and provide variance analysis
  • Ensure accurate and timely submission of Joint Venture Statements and Joint Interest Billings to non-operating JV partners
  • Ensure timely submission of the Drilling Cost Forecast and provide analysis on variances versus budget
  • Prepare accurate and timely submission of revenues, cost recovery, and expenditures reports to the Department of Energy

Continuous improvement

  • Keep abreast on updates in IFRS for oil and gas, BIR and COA circulars, financial tools, and software, among others
  • Participate in Continuing Professional Development seminars as required by the Board of Accountancy
  • Perform other necessary and related tasks for the achievement of the unit and organization's goals.

 

You may also send your CV to mgtapang@pnoc-ec.com.ph or sbnieva@pnoc-ec.com.ph, with the subject line: "Application for [Position] - [ Your Name]" (i.e., Application for HR Assistant - John Doe).

Published Date: Apr. 15, 2024   -
Closing Date: Apr. 26, 2024  

JOB GRADE: 10

QUALIFICATION GUIDELINES:

Education: Candidate must possess at least a Bachelor's/College Degree in Accountancy and a Certified Public Accountant

Experience: Preferably with at least five (5) years of relative/related work experience, preferably in Treasury Operations

Special Skills:

  • Knowledge of Treasury and bank products/instruments
  • Analytical, planning, and problem-solving skills
  • Attentive to details
  • Good interpersonal skills
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Proficiency in MS Applications and SAP

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Treasury Operations

  • Analyze Treasury transactions and report the daily cash position of the company
  • Analyze economic trends, market interest rates, and investment opportunities and facilitate investment transactions that optimize return on investment of idle company funds
  • Analyze, report, and strategize on the performance of company investments versus targets
  • Analyze and evaluate available financing options to fund project activities and recommend the best financing option
  • Analyze peso and dollar market trends and facilitate the sale or purchase of foreign currency, as necessary
  • Analyze and review the terms and conditions of letters of credit (LC) and other guarantees to ensure compliance with the provisions of the agreement and facilitate LC opening, negotiation, and amendment transactions
  • Review and endorse for approval LC negotiation documents relative to oil trading
  • Perform validation of corporate checks and other disbursements for bank clearing
  • Analyze Financial Statements and Fund Performance Reports submitted by Trustees of Funds and ensure compliance with the agreed terms and conditions of the Trust Agreement
  • Facilitate quarterly Funds Performance Reports by Trustees of Funds
  • Analyze and summarize daily Treasury activities needed for the Cost Allocation Report
  • Perform liaison duties with banks and COA
  • Facilitate payment of dividends to the BTr
  • Facilitate and endorse computation of dividends payable to Class B public stockholders
  • Proofread dividend checks payable to Class B public stockholders
  • Establish and/or renew the company's credit line facilities
  • Facilitate fidelity bonding of accountable officers with the Bureau of the Treasury

Risk Management

  • Monitor fluctuations in currency exchange rates, its effect on the company's assets and recommend strategies to mitigate foreign exchange losses
  • Monitor market conditions to optimize returns on investment of idle or surplus funds
  • Review and understand the terms and conditions of Letters of Credit and or Bank Guaranty and ensure that it is to the benefit of the company
  • Ensure timely and accurate processing of Treasury transactions to avoid penalties and charges

Cross-Functional Performance

  • Coordinate with proponents on matters regarding the opening or accepting Letters of Credit and or other guarantees
  • Coordinate with proponents with regard to drafting of terms and conditions and application for a standby letter of credit as a security for bid/performance
  • Maintain good relationships with counterparts in depository banks, other bank service providers, vendors, clients' finance groups, and related government agencies

Reporting

  • Ensure accurate and timely submission of the Daily Cash Position Report and Weekly Treasury Outlook
  • Ensure accurate and timely submission of monthly reports such as Cash and Placements Balances, Interest Income, Cost Allocation, and COA reports
  • Ensure that Funds Performance Report is submitted on time
  • Ensure that loan utilization/drawdown and loan payments are reported accurately and on time
  • Analyze company fund performance against target and report to superior relevant deviation

Continuous Improvement

  • Keep abreast with updates on the Bureau of Internal Revenues, Commission on Audit rules and regulations, circulars as well as financial tools and software, among others
  • Participate in Continuing Professional Development seminars as required by the Board of Accountancy
  • Perform other necessary and related tasks for the achievement of the unit and organization's goals.

Perform other necessary and related tasks for the achievement for the achievement of the unit's and organization's goal.

 

You may also send your CV to mgtapang@pnoc-ec.com.ph or sbnieva@pnoc-ec.com.ph, with the subject line: "Application for [Position] - [ Your Name]" (i.e., Application for HR Assistant - John Doe).

Published Date: Apr. 15, 2024   -
Closing Date: Apr. 26, 2024  

QUALIFICATION GUIDELINES:

Education: Bachelor's degree in Engineering, preferably in Petroleum Engineering or a related field.

Experience: Minimum three (3) years of relevant work experience in the academe or two (2) years related role/s within the oil and gas industry.

Special Skills:

  • Analytical Thinking: Strong analytical skills to evaluate complex production Skills: data, diagnose production issues, and propose effective solutions.
  • Problem Solving: Ability to troubleshoot production challenges, think critically, and make informed decisions under time constraints.
  • Communication: Excellent verbal and written communication skills to effectively convey technical information and collaborate with cross-functional teams.
  • Adaptability: Flexibility to work in a dynamic and challenging environment with changing priorities and tight deadlines.
  • Teamwork: Ability to work collaboratively within a diverse team, sharing knowledge and supporting team members.
  • Initiative: Proactive mindset to identify opportunities for improvement, take ownership of projects, and drive continuous process optimization.
  • Knowledge: Strong understanding of oil and gas production processes, reservoir behavior, and field development techniques.
  • Technical Skills: Proficiency in production engineering software, reservoir simulation tools, and data analysis software. Familiarity with industry-specific software such as Petrel, Eclipse, Questor, Pipesim, Harmony, and among others. Good knowledge and application of engineering codes and standards.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Production Optimization: Identify opportunities to improve production efficiency and implement strategies to enhance oil and gas recovery rates.
  • Well Performance Analysis: Monitor and analyze well performance, including pressure, flow rates, and production profiles. Recommend remedial actions to optimize well productivity.
  • Reservoir Management: Collaborate with reservoir engineers to develop and implement reservoir management strategies. Assist in the design and execution of well-stimulation, enhanced oil recovery (EOR) techniques, and other production enhancement methods.
  • Production Surveillance: Monitor and analyze production data, identify production anomalies, and propose corrective actions to minimize downtime and maximize production rates.
  • Asset Integrity: Ensure compliance with asset integrity management systems. Conduct regular inspections, perform risk assessments, and recommend maintenance activities to maintain asset reliability and integrity.
  • Cost Optimization: Identify cost-saving opportunities in production processes, such as optimizing well interventions, reducing chemical usage, or improving energy efficiency.
  • Cross-Functional Collaboration: Collaborate with multidisciplinary teams, including geologists, drilling engineers, facilities engineers, and operations personnel, to achieve production targets and resolve technical challenges.
  • Reporting and Documentation: Prepare accurate reports, technical memos, and documentation related to production and development activities. Maintain up-to-date records of production data, well performance, and field development plans.
  • Ensure compliance with standard operating procedures and the Health, Safety, Security and Environment (HSSE) policies of the Company.
  • Perform other necessary and related tasks for the achievement of the unit's and organization's goals.

 

You may also send your CV to mgtapang@pnoc-ec.com.ph or sbnieva@pnoc-ec.com.ph, with the subject line: "Application for [Position] - [ Your Name]" (i.e., Application for HR Assistant - John Doe).

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Cartographer

Published Date: Apr. 15, 2024   -
Closing Date: Apr. 26, 2024  

JOB GRADE: 6

QUALIFICATIONS:

Education: Bachelor of Science degree in Geography or Engineering or other related fields

Experience: Three (3) years of relevant experience in GIS, preferably in the petroleum and coal industry

Special Skills:

  • Knowledge of structured query language (SQL) and basic programming skills for database management systems.
  • Proficient in any GIS and mapping software.
  • High expertise in digital cartography and graphic design.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Cartography and GIS

  • Plan, supervise, and ensure completion of all cartographic and other Geographical Information System (GIS) related requirements by the company.
  • Research and evaluate map/data information and descriptions related to Service Contracts and Coal Operating Contract boundaries in preparation and revision of maps.
  • Apply knowledge of cartographic design principles including color and symbology theory, map projections, display hierarchies, and data generation to produce thematic and statistical maps, topographic and reference maps.
  • Apply GIS principles including spatial data types, data layers, geographic, analytic, and statistical functions; geographic coordinate systems and data formatting.
  • Design, manage, and maintain geospatial database contents for data management and analysis activities.
  • Perform data uploading/downloading preparation and post-processing.
  • Evaluate, analyze, and integrate complex spatial data sets and map information from JV partner or 3rd party sources such as gravity and magnetic surveys, remote sensing data, e.g. aerial photos, satellite images, and other related formats.
  • Maintain records and prepare reference materials and reports associated with the company’s policies and procedures.
  • Perform GIS analysis of spatial data for end-user’s visualization to aid in the evaluation and decision-making process.
  • Ensure accuracy of coordinate system use and completeness of spatial data submitted for proper integration into GIS geodatabase.
  • Periodically assess the cartographic standards or conventions used to adapt new trends and developments in the industry and make appropriate recommendations to superiors.

Risk Management

  • Properly store and secure the print and electronic copies of all map information received in line with the Company’s policies and procedures.
  • Strictly enforce that only authorized personnel can access proprietary data to guarantee zero data leaks and prevent breaches in contracts/agreements.

Business Transaction

  • Assist in the preparation of the annual budget requirement or other related financial requirements of the unit.
  • Remind supervisor what supplies or materials need to be purchased.
  • Get price quotations for needed materials and supplies for budgetary and procurement purposes.

Cross-Functional Performance

  • Inform MIS counterpart for assistance and evaluation of any software or hardware problems.
  • Generate posters, brochures, cards, or any plotted paraphernalia requested for the Company’s various activities.
  • Assist in the acquisition of needed geoscientific and engineering data with the DOE, NAMRIA, or any provider.
  • Ensure compliance with the relevant legislation and regulations of the National Archives of the Philippines.

Reporting

  • Report the status of technical records, information, or any other technical data stored or archived.

Continuous Improvement

  • Upgrade technical competency through participation in in-house trainings, seminars on GIS software, cartographic design, and launching of new mapping software.

 

You may also send your CV to mgtapang@pnoc-ec.com.ph or sbnieva@pnoc-ec.com.ph, with the subject line: "Application for [Position] - [ Your Name]" (i.e., Application for HR Assistant - John Doe).

Published Date: Apr. 15, 2024   -
Closing Date: Apr. 26, 2024  

JOB GRADE: 10

QUALIFICATION GUIDELINES

Education: Candidate must possess at least a Bachelor’s Degree in Accountancy and a Certified Public Accountant

Experience: At least three (3) years of related work experience

Special Skills:

  • Knowledge in IAS, IFRS, BIR rulings, and other applicable laws and regulations
  • Energy Industry Knowledge of ERP systems, preferably SAP, and related technologies
  • Proficient in MS Office, computer skills Analytical, planning, and problem-solving skills
  • Detail-oriented
  • Good interpersonal skills
  • Good oral and written communication skills
  • Good presentation skills
  • Good time management and organizational ability

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Financial Accounting

  • Execute monthly and annual financial closes in the Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) System
  • Check and consolidate financial adjustments and journal entries during month-end and year-end closing of books
  • Analyze various joint venture-related investments of the Company and post-settlement of transactions in the project system related to the Company’s oil, gas, and coal projects
  • Ensure preparation of working papers and various accounts schedules for annual audit by the Commission on Audit (COA)
  • Ensure completeness and accuracy of monthly postings of financial transactions

Risk Management

  • Comply with accounting standards, regulatory requirements, and internal control mechanisms
  • Comply with regulatory financial reporting requirements
  • Keep all restricted financial information and records confidential

Cross-Functional Performance

  • Coordinate with different business units to address related accounting concerns and other business requirements to provide professional expertise, and assist in special projects as necessary
  • Coordinate with the Management Information System (MIS) Department in the development and enhancement of the existing ABAP program to address various financial reporting requirements

Reporting

  • Ensure preparation of financial reports in compliance with International Accounting Standards (IAS), International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), oil and gas accounting, other generally accepted accounting practices, and related regulatory requirements
  • Ensure timely submission of financial reports to Management and various stakeholders
  • Ensure preparation of monthly variance analysis for reporting to Management, and identify trends in financial performance and provide recommendations for improvement
  • Ensure preparation of monthly costing and cost allocation reports, profitability analysis, profit and cost center, and project (WBS) system analysis
  • Ensure timely preparation of responses to various audits and reviews conducted by the Internal Audit Department and the annual and special audit engagements of various government regulatory agencies such as the COA, Department of Energy (DOE), Department of Finance (DOF), and PNOC Project Management Department (PMD) among others

Continuous Improvement

  • Keep abreast on updates of industry-related developments and best practices, accounting standards, tax rules and regulations, regulatory requirements, financial tools, and software among others, and recommend possible adaptations applicable to the department and the Company
  • Develop, recommend, and implement updates and revisions of existing policies and procedures appropriate for the department and the Company
  • Comply with requirements for Board of Accountancy accreditation of Certified Public Accountants

 

You may also send your CV to mgtapang@pnoc-ec.com.ph or sbnieva@pnoc-ec.com.ph, with the subject line: "Application for [Position] - [ Your Name]" (i.e., Application for HR Assistant - John Doe).

Published Date: Mar. 26, 2024   -
Closing Date: Apr. 19, 2024  

JOB GRADE: 10

QUALIFICATIONS:

Education: Candidate must possess at least a Bachelor's/College Degree in Accountancy and a Certified Public Accountant

Experience: Preferably with at least three (3) years of experience, one (1) year of which is in audit.

Required Skills:

  • Excellent planning, prioritization, and organizing skills to meet auditees’ needs and concerns
  • Ability to give and follow instructions accurately and efficiently
  • Proactive in asking/clarifying questions to ensure work effort is directed wholly toward a desired outcome
  • Well-developed organizational skills with the ability to prioritize multiple assignments
  • Displays awareness of the need for confidentially in sensitive matters
  • Strong analytical/problem-solving and multitasking skills; ability to safeguard confidential information
  • Excellent reporting and presentation skills

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Internal Audit

  • Design audit checklists and audit programs containing audit objectives and procedures that will address the identified risk and test controls.
  • Develop a thorough understanding of the scope of the assigned audit and document the process in flowcharts and/or process narratives to be able to identify the inherent risks and controls.
  • Conduct audit through detailed testing of source documents, observation, inquiry, analysis, and other audit techniques to assess the adequacy, effectiveness, and efficiency of the established internal controls and procedures and in compliance with International Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing (ISPPIA) of the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) and the Philippine Auditing Standards and Practices, laws, policies, rules, and regulations.
  • Organize reference work papers in accordance with IIA standards.
  • Maintain the library of audit documentation (database of prior audit recommendations)
  • Participate in the conduct of audits for Joint Venture projects.
  • Undertake special audits and investigations.

Risk Management/Reporting

  • Applies concepts of control and risk management during the conduct of audit activities.
  • Produce timely audit reports with recommendations aimed at strengthening the overall control environment.

Continuous Improvement

  • Measure, analyze, and evaluate the adequacy of compliance with internal controls and propose corrective actions to improve operations.
  • Conduct research and analysis of best-practice standards. Keep abreast of industry-related developments and best practices and recommend possible adaptations applicable to the unit and the Company.

Perform other necessary and related tasks for the achievement of the Unit's and Organization's goals.

 

You may also send your CV to mgtapang@pnoc-ec.com.ph or sbnieva@pnoc-ec.com.ph, with the subject line: "Application for [Position] - [ Your Name]" (i.e., Application for HR Assistant - John Doe).

Published Date: Mar. 26, 2024   -
Closing Date: Apr. 19, 2024  

JOB GRADE: 10

QUALIFICATIONS GUIDELINES:

Education: Candidate must possess a Bachelor's Degree in Engineering, preferably in Petroleum, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, or Chemical, or any engineering course, with a corresponding professional license.

Experience: At least three (3) years of relevant experience, preferably in the Oil and Gas industry.

Special Skills:

  • Competence in planning and organizing Emergency Response Training (ERT)/Mine Rescue Training, First Aid (FA) and Basic Life Support (BLS) Training, Basic Occupational Safety and Health (BOSH) Training, organizing and formulating HSSE programs, risk management, and other related activities
  • Good interpersonal skills
  • Knowledgeable in health, safety, security, and environmental legislation & regulations
  • Proficient in both oral and written communications
  • Computer-literate

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

HSSE Planning and Strategies

  • Develop the HSSE case (as required) or operation-specific HSSE plan for safety-critical petroleum (exploration, drilling, and commercial phases) or coal operations.
  • Formulate the bridging document with third-party contractors to ensure delivery of HSSE performance required by Company policy.
  • Develop the emergency readiness and response plans and procedures (for fire, earthquake, flood, and other safety or security threats), including the operational and communication plans, decision-making authority, and the required resources.
  • Prepare the annual work program and budget to support HSSE requirements of petroleum units (upstream and downstream), coal operations, the Head Office, and other business units.
  • Organize delivery by a third party (contracted or engaged by the Company) of the relevant technical or safety studies (e.g. Hazard and Operability/HAZOP, Process Safety, and Asset Integrity) and ensure timely execution of commitments and compliance of deliverables.
  • Establish and update HSSE key performance indicators (KPI) essential for the performance evaluation of Company staff and contractors.
  • Develop HSSE programs and activities required in the HSSE MS, or in compliance with the Occupational Safety and Health Standards of the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) or the Department of Energy (DOE), and track their accomplishment.
  • Formulate and recommend programs, activities, and training to improve work conditions, procedures, and processes and to increase HSSE performance of operating and business units.
  • In each project or business unit where the Company operates, organize the HSSE Committee, which shall meet monthly to discuss and address HSSE issues and concerns in the business operation.

HSSE Risk Control and Management

  • Formulate and update task/job risk assessments to manage the hazards of safety-critical activities within the development chain (exploration up to commercial operations) of the petroleum, coal, and other business units.
  • Evaluate workplace environment, equipment, procedures, and safety practices in order to determine hazards and associated risks that may cause injury, damage to Company assets and reputation, and recommend appropriate mitigating measures and policies.
  • Recommend procedures, processes, and product safety features that will reduce employees' exposure to chemical, physical, and biological work hazards.
  • Compile, analyze, and evaluate statistical and actual data related to occupational accidents or incidents, and update the HISSE Risk Register periodically, or as the need arises.

Implementation

  • Plan, organize, and deliver technical advice to training, safety-awareness campaigns, and behavior-based safety (BBS) programs to support continuous improvement of the Company's safety culture.
  • Organize the conduct of HSSE competence assessment and assurance of staff and contractors with critical roles in petroleum or coal operations.
  • Provide technical advice and administrative support in the implementation of the Company's safety standards, guidelines, and procedures for petroleum operations (e.g. CNG, onshore or offshore well exploration, drilling, and production activities), and for coal and other project operations.
  • Lead in the introduction and enforcement of HSSE best practices and standards to reduce HSSE risks of operational activities to As Low As Reasonably Practicable (ALARP).
  • Organize periodic inspections and audits of field operating and business units to monitor compliance with the Company's safety and environmental policies, standards, guidelines, and procedures, emergency readiness, and to assess safety performance; report findings to the Supervisor.
  • Lead in delivering safety inductions required for all Company staff or personnel, partners, contractors, suppliers, and customers in order to promote safety culture in the workplace, especially those involved in short or long campaigns within the petroleum development chain and coal operations.
  • Identify and evaluate recent technology on safety devices or equipment and PPEs suitable for the Company's business operation and for emergency readiness and response capability.
  • Maintain optimum operating conditions and manage inventory of company-owned safety monitoring devices/equipment and PPEs.
  • Provide technical and administrative support to the Supervisor in the implementation of the Company's safety standards, guidelines, and procedures for Head Office and field and business unit operations.

Reporting

  • Prepare end-of-project reports (exploration to commissioning) and initiate roll-out of HSSE learnings and experiences, as necessary.
  • Assist the Supervisor in the preparation and submission of periodic reports on the Company's HSSE performance to management, regulatory agencies, and other stakeholders.
  • Organize and summarize reports on HSSE performance (safety data, incident/accident statistics, inspection/audit findings) of field and operating units and evaluate the effectiveness of safety management programs and activities.
  • Establish a system for reporting on or informing employees, contractors, suppliers, or other customers of any unsafe act or unsafe condition that may result in injury, fatality, or destruction of property.

Cross-Functional Performance

  • Provide technical guidance and recommendations to the focal staff of operating and business units on the work program and budget preparation and on the pre-selection of contractors for operational HSSE requirements.
  • Coordinate with focal staff of concerned business and operating units for the safety evaluation of property, plant, and equipment (PP&E) required for their operation.
  • Provide technical advice and assistance to field operating units in the formulation of safety management programs and in the conduct of safety training and seminars on subjects that should include relevant HSSE laws and regulations, hazard identification and risk evaluation, and on the use of PPE and other safety equipment.
  • Review with project teams or operating units all plans and/or equipment specifications to determine whether safety requirements of the company's HSSE management system are complied with.
  • Advise and assist field units and projects in the application and renewal of pertinent permits and clearances.
  • Provide HSSE assistance during social development activities of the Company.
  • Inform and coordinate with management, employees, contractors, HSSE committees, the Emergency Response Team (ERT) and Fire Marshals (FM) any update or revision on the Company's emergency preparedness and response plans.

Monitoring and Continuous Improvement

  • Investigate all accidents and incidents (lost time, non-lost time, or near-misses), and recommend mitigating and corrective measures to prevent their recurrence. Prepare a formal report on the accident/incident and the Learning-from-Incident (LFI) presentation, if necessary.
  • Perform periodic monitoring and evaluation of HSSE performance to determine the applicability, suitability, and relevance of standards, guidelines, and procedures to operational requirements. Conduct consultation with field/project officers and staff and if warranted, recommend appropriate revisions and the update of company policies, standards, guidelines, and procedures.
  • Analyze the trends of incidents or safety observation cards to propose strategies for the improvement of the HSSE management system and behavioral safety initiatives.
  • Evaluate the workplace environment, equipment, processes, procedures, and practices in order to determine hazards and associated risks that may cause injury, damage to Company assets and reputation, and recommend appropriate mitigating measures and policies.
  • Employ tools for the identification of hazards and risks in the operation and in the workplace, and for hazard and effect management.
  • Keep abreast with relevant HSSE legislations and regulations (existing and proposed), and local and international standards on modern safety management that can be applicable to the Company's operations.

Business Transaction

  • Coordinate and facilitate training for employees, partners, contractors, suppliers, and customers that are provided by other private or government agencies (i.e. Bureau of Fire Protection, Philippine Red Cross, Department of Labor Employment, and Philippine National Police).
  • Maintain liaison with external organizations such as fire departments, mutual aid societies, and rescue teams, so that emergency response can be facilitated whenever required.

 

You may also send your CV to mgtapang@pnoc-ec.com.ph or sbnieva@pnoc-ec.com.ph, with the subject line: "Application for [Position] - [ Your Name]" (i.e., Application for HR Assistant - John Doe).

Published Date: Mar. 26, 2024   -
Closing Date: Apr. 19, 2024  

JOB GRADE:11

QUALIFICATION GUIDELINES:

Education: Candidate must have a Bachelor of Science degree in Mining Engineer with a corresponding license.

Experience: At least One (1) year of experience in coal mine planning and/or mining operations

Training: At least sixteen (16) hours of relevant technical training [Continuing Professional Development (CPD) may be considered as relevant training]

Special Skills:

  • Good working knowledge of engineering projects
  • Must have knowledge in Underground and Open Pit Mining Methods, Mine Ventilation, Drill and Blast, and Geology
  • Must be able to run computer software for word processing, spreadsheets, and presentations, among others, and have a strong aptitude for learning mine design and scheduling software
  • Familiar with mining and environmental laws.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Mine Planning and Design

  • Provide professional technical support to ensure layouts and plans are delivered to mine management, mining department, and other service departments in a timely manner.
  • Recommends appropriate means of safely and efficiently mining coal deposits based on best practices and international standards.
  • Conduct pre-feasibility and feasibility studies, and technical and commercial assessments on potential mining areas and existing mines, both company-owned and for prospective JV partnerships.
  • Conduct risk assessments, preliminary surveys, and feasibility of potential mining operations essential for resolving complex issues and decision-making matters anchored on the viability of the project.
  • Use mine planning software to prepare the mining plans and waste disposal plans to ensure effective and efficient extraction of coal in the Company's coal projects
  • Review and provide inputs, and integrate and update plans, work programs, and reports with regard to the mining and technical aspects of PNOC EC’s Coal Projects. May supervise technical services Contractors.
  • Develop technical databases as required.
  • Generate maps and technical illustrations to effectively communicate mine plans and schedules for comprehension and implementation.
  • Monitor and analyze the progress of JV coal projects and compliance related to JV agreements
  • Provide technical and administrative support and assistance to EC’s coal projects when necessary
  • Assist in the preparation of work programs, cost estimates, and budgets (CAPEX and OPEX) for coal development projects for both domestic and overseas coal projects

Risk Management

  • Identify risks related to future coal mining projects (mining, beneficiation, economic, marketing, legal, environmental, social, and governmental) and suggest mitigating measures.

Cross-Functional and Inter-Agency Coordination

  • Set priorities and assign work to other professionals.
  • Collaborate/work with Geologists, other Engineers, technicians, Commercial Analysts, and other professionals.
  • Prepare the requisite materials for meetings and presentations.
  • Prepare communication letters, memoranda and correspondence, as well as process, monitor, and/or implement COnfidentiality Undertakings/Agreements, Memoranda of Understanding/Agreements, and other similar documents in relation to the coal projects' operations.
  • Liaise and coordinate, whenever necessary, with stakeholders, parties, and other entities such as the DOE, DENR, LGU's NGOs, Electric Cooperatives, Small-Scale Coal Mine permittees and applicants, prospective and joint venture partners, stakeholders, etc., in relation to the coal projects' operations.
  • Collaborate with the External Relations Department (ERD) and Health, Safety, Security and Environment Department (HSSE) in IEC campaigns, and in securing the required permits, endorsements, and approvals of stakeholders
  • Evaluate technical bid proposals of contractors/service providers/suppliers for coal projects.
  • Coordinate with the Project Development and Engineering Services Department on the implementation of mine plans and mine system improvements

Reporting

  • Preparation reports required or requested by senior management, supervising institutions (e.g., DOE, DENR, NCIP), and/or other parties
  • Monitor the reports of the Coal Projects and ensure that these are disseminated to the authorities involved
  • Prepare weekly and monthly situationer/status reports including major accomplishments and plans

Continuous Improvement

  • Upgrade technical competency through review of periodicals, participation in internal training programs, secondment, scholarship, and attendance in seminars, workshops, conferences, and specialized training.
  • Continuously develop analytical skills to identify, understood, and solve complex problems in the mining industry.
  • Provide updates and revisions of existing policy/ procedures appropriate for the unit and the Company.

Ensure compliance with the standard operating procedures and the Health, Safety, Security, and Environment (HSSE) policies of the company.

Perform other necessary and related tasks for the achievement of the unit’s and organization’s goals.

 

You may also send your CV to mgtapang@pnoc-ec.com.ph or sbnieva@pnoc-ec.com.ph, with the subject line: "Application for [Position] - [ Your Name]" (i.e., Application for HR Assistant - John Doe).

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