The Bergaila Companies

Midstream Right of Way Analyst

Posted Date 10 hours ago(5/23/2024 1:03 PM)
Job ID
2024-10608
Location : City
Houston
Location : State/Province
TX

Overview

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Opportunity Snapshot:

 

  • Compensation: $40-42/hour
  • Location: Houston, TX
  • Duration: 6 months
  • Schedule: M-F / 40 hours
  • BES Benefits including 401K, PTO, holidays, medical, vision and dental

Responsibilities

  • Responsible for performing tasks associated with understanding and interpreting easements and the diverse provisions that are in newer easements

Qualifications

  • Ability to review and interpret alignment sheets, surveys, and plats
  • Has database experience
  • Has some title experience (at a minimum, the individual must have a basic understanding of title)
  • Has some experience with GIS (Google Earth, ArcGIS, etc.)
  • Must have attention to detail
  • Must be able to work independently or with a team
  • MUST have midstream / gathering system experience
  • High School or GED required

 

The Bergaila Way:

 

The Bergaila Companies is a nationally recognized leader in providing staffing services to all sectors of the energy industry. We continually focus on partnering with talented professionals, engineering the perfect fit between our clients and employees. Choosing a career path with Bergaila grants you immediate access to nationally recognized organizations we partner with. Bergaila consistently attracts and retains its Employees with our dedicated internal service team, top tier benefits programs for contractors and their families, and commitment to place you in the desired career of your choice.

 

Client Overview:

 

Our client is one of Noth America's largest Midstream Oil & gas companies.  A publicly traded company they are a leading provider of midstream energy services to producers and consumers of natural gas, natural gas liquids (NGL's), crude oil, and refined products/petrochemicals.

 

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