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					B = Desc & Title Change
C = Code Change
D = Desc Change
F = Specialization Flag
M = Module Change
N = New Position
S = Single Incumbent
T = Title Change          2009 Module     2009 Job Code   2009 Job Title


                          Cross-Segment   120.240.331     Area Safety Specialist




                          Cross-Segment   510.656.220     Chief Drafter



B,F                       Cross-Segment   700.802.220     Chief Geologist



B,F                       Cross-Segment   700.804.220     Chief Geophysicist



N                         Cross-Segment   510.785.331     Chief Steam Engineer


C                         Cross-Segment   110.200.351     Compliance Coordinator




                          Cross-Segment   708.104.211     Construction Director



                          Cross-Segment   708.100.220     Construction Manager



                          Cross-Segment   708.100.240     Construction Supervisor/Superintendent




M                         Cross-Segment   610.440.350     Contracts Management B
M       Cross-Segment   610.440.340   Contracts Management C




M       Cross-Segment   610.440.330   Contracts Management D




M       Cross-Segment   610.440.220   Contracts Manager

B,F,M   Cross-Segment   714.100.220   Control Center/Scheduling Manager




N       Cross-Segment   430.532.220   Customer Service Manager




N       Cross-Segment   430.532.430   Customer Service Representative I




N       Cross-Segment   430.532.420   Customer Service Representative II




N       Cross-Segment   430.532.410   Customer Service Representative III




N       Cross-Segment   430.532.240   Customer Service Supervisor
    Cross-Segment   510.656.431   Drafter Ia




    Cross-Segment   510.656.430   Drafter Ib



    Cross-Segment   510.656.420   Drafter II




    Cross-Segment   510.656.410   Drafter III



    Cross-Segment   510.656.400   Drafter IV




F   Cross-Segment   700.800.220   Drilling Manager

    Cross-Segment   110.204.210   Economic Development Director




F   Cross-Segment   510.780.360   Engineer A




F   Cross-Segment   510.780.350   Engineer B




F   Cross-Segment   510.780.340   Engineer C
F   Cross-Segment   510.780.330   Engineer D




F   Cross-Segment   510.780.320   Engineer E




F   Cross-Segment   510.780.310   Engineer F


F   Cross-Segment   510.780.300   Engineer G



    Cross-Segment   510.100.210   Engineering Director




F   Cross-Segment   510.780.220   Engineering Manager




    Cross-Segment   510.668.360   Environmental Planner A




    Cross-Segment   510.668.350   Environmental Planner B




    Cross-Segment   510.668.340   Environmental Planner C
    Cross-Segment   510.668.330   Environmental Planner D




    Cross-Segment   510.668.320   Environmental Planner E




T   Cross-Segment   708.104.130   Executive Project Director



F   Cross-Segment   700.792.241   Foreman




    Cross-Segment   700.807.340   Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Analyst C




    Cross-Segment   700.807.330   Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Analyst D




    Cross-Segment   700.807.320   Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Analyst E
F   Cross-Segment   700.802.360   Geologist A




F   Cross-Segment   700.802.350   Geologist B




F   Cross-Segment   700.802.340   Geologist C




F   Cross-Segment   700.802.330   Geologist D




F   Cross-Segment   700.802.320   Geologist E




F   Cross-Segment   700.802.310   Geologist F


F   Cross-Segment   700.802.300   Geologist G




    Cross-Segment   700.802.230   Geology Supervisor




    Cross-Segment   700.804.360   Geophysicist A
    Cross-Segment   700.804.350   Geophysicist B




    Cross-Segment   700.804.340   Geophysicist C




    Cross-Segment   700.804.330   Geophysicist D




    Cross-Segment   700.804.320   Geophysicist E




    Cross-Segment   700.804.310   Geophysicist F


    Cross-Segment   700.804.300   Geophysicist G



    Cross-Segment   700.804.230   Geophysics Supervisor




N   Cross-Segment   120.240.343   Industrial Hygienist




    Cross-Segment   210.774.220   Joint Ventures Manager
    Cross-Segment   210.774.360   Joint Ventures Representative A



    Cross-Segment   210.774.350   Joint Ventures Representative B



    Cross-Segment   210.774.340   Joint Ventures Representative C




    Cross-Segment   210.774.330   Joint Ventures Representative D




    Cross-Segment   210.774.320   Joint Ventures Representative E




    Cross-Segment   550.684.220   Maintenance Manager




F   Cross-Segment   410.100.220   Marketing Manager




F   Cross-Segment   410.100.360   Marketing Representative A




F   Cross-Segment   410.100.350   Marketing Representative B




F   Cross-Segment   410.100.340   Marketing Representative C
F     Cross-Segment   410.100.330   Marketing Representative D




F     Cross-Segment   410.100.320   Marketing Representative E




      Cross-Segment   620.807.350   Measurement Analyst B

      Cross-Segment   620.807.340   Measurement Analyst C


      Cross-Segment   620.807.330   Measurement Analyst D




F,N   Cross-Segment   420.858.352   Portfolio & Proprietary Trader B




F,N   Cross-Segment   420.858.342   Portfolio & Proprietary Trader C




F,N   Cross-Segment   420.858.332   Portfolio & Proprietary Trader D



F,N   Cross-Segment   420.858.353   Portfolio Management and Analytics B



F,N   Cross-Segment   420.858.343   Portfolio Management and Analytics C



F,N   Cross-Segment   420.858.333   Portfolio Management and Analytics D
F,N   Cross-Segment   420.858.351   Portfolio Trader B




F,N   Cross-Segment   420.858.341   Portfolio Trader C




F,N   Cross-Segment   420.858.331   Portfolio Trader D



      Cross-Segment   708.104.210   Project Director



N     Cross-Segment   220.104.340   Project Manager




      Cross-Segment   620.124.340   Project Quality Assurance Analyst




      Cross-Segment   620.124.240   Project Quality Assurance Supervisor




      Cross-Segment   620.128.410   Quality Assurance/Quality Control Field Inspecto



N     Cross-Segment   110.200.360   Regulatory Analyst A
N     Cross-Segment   110.200.350   Regulatory Analyst B



      Cross-Segment   110.200.340   Regulatory Analyst C



      Cross-Segment   110.200.330   Regulatory Analyst D




      Cross-Segment   110.200.320   Regulatory Analyst E




      Cross-Segment   708.729.223   Rigging Coordinator




F     Cross-Segment   120.240.210   Safety & Environment Director




F     Cross-Segment   120.240.220   Safety & Environment Manager




D,F   Cross-Segment   120.240.360   Safety/Environmental Representative A




D,F   Cross-Segment   120.240.350   Safety/Environmental Representative B
D,F   Cross-Segment   120.240.340   Safety/Environmental Representative C




D,F   Cross-Segment   120.240.330   Safety/Environmental Representative D




D,F   Cross-Segment   120.240.230   Safety/Environmental Representative E




C     Cross-Segment   708.104.212   Senior Construction Director


F     Cross-Segment   700.792.221   Senior Foreman




F,N   Cross-Segment   420.858.350   Shift Trader B



F,N   Cross-Segment   420.858.340   Shift Trader C



F,N   Cross-Segment   420.858.330   Shift Trader D



N     Cross-Segment   610.616.422   Storekeeper



F     Cross-Segment   700.792.211   Superintendent



M     Cross-Segment   716.783.360   Surface Land Representative A
D,M   Cross-Segment   716.783.350   Surface Land Representative B




M     Cross-Segment   716.783.340   Surface Land Representative C



M     Cross-Segment   716.783.330   Surface Land Representative D



M     Cross-Segment   716.783.320   Surface Land Representative E




M     Cross-Segment   716.783.310   Surface Land Representative F




F     Cross-Segment   510.784.431   Technician Ia




F     Cross-Segment   510.784.430   Technician Ib




F     Cross-Segment   510.784.420   Technician II




D,F   Cross-Segment   510.784.410   Technician III
D,F   Cross-Segment   510.784.400   Technician IV




D,F   Cross-Segment   510.785.360   Technologist A




D,F   Cross-Segment   510.785.350   Technologist B




D,F   Cross-Segment   510.785.340   Technologist C




D,F   Cross-Segment   510.785.330   Technologist D



D,F   Cross-Segment   510.785.320   Technologist E



D,F   Cross-Segment   510.785.310   Technologist F




S     Cross-Segment   510.000.120   Top Engineering Executive - Corporate
S     Cross-Segment   510.010.120   Top Engineering Executive - Subsidiary/Group/D




S     Cross-Segment   510.668.130   Top Environmental Executive




S     Cross-Segment   410.000.120   Top Marketing Executive - Corporate




S     Cross-Segment   410.010.120   Top Marketing Executive - Subsidiary/Group/Div




C     Cross-Segment   110.200.130   Top Regulatory/Government Affairs Executive




D,S   Cross-Segment   120.240.130   Top Safety Executive
D,S   Cross-Segment   610.000.120   Top Supply Chain Executive - Corporate




D,S   Cross-Segment   610.010.120   Top Supply Chain Executive - Subsidiary/Group/


      Cross-Segment   610.100.221   Transportation/Supply Manager




F     Cross-Segment   610.100.360   Transportation/Supply Representative A




F     Cross-Segment   610.100.350   Transportation/Supply Representative B




F     Cross-Segment   610.100.340   Transportation/Supply Representative C




F     Cross-Segment   610.100.330   Transportation/Supply Representative D




F     Cross-Segment   610.100.320   Transportation/Supply Representative E
        Cross-Segment         610.616.420    Warehouse II




        Cross-Segment         610.616.410    Warehouse III


        Cross-Segment         610.616.240    Warehouse Supervisor



B,F,M                           Services
        Downstream and Oilfield700.800.421   Bit Operator




                                Services
        Downstream and Oilfield410.448.350   Category Analyst




                                Services
        Downstream and Oilfield410.448.220   Category Management Manager

N                               Services
        Downstream and Oilfield700.800.435   Cement Operator



                                Services
        Downstream and Oilfield500.628.221   Chief Refinery Chemist


                                Services
        Downstream and Oilfield700.791.430   Completion Tool Operator I


                                Services
        Downstream and Oilfield700.791.420   Completion Tool Operator II


                                Services
        Downstream and Oilfield700.791.410   Completion Tool Operator III



                                Services
        Downstream and Oilfield700.791.400   Completion Tool Operator IV
F,M                           Services
      Downstream and Oilfield700.800.433   Derrickman


F,M                           Services
      Downstream and Oilfield700.800.420   Directional Driller II


F,M                           Services
      Downstream and Oilfield700.800.410   Directional Driller III


                              Services
      Downstream and Oilfield510.100.345   District Engineer C




                              Services
      Downstream and Oilfield510.100.335   District Engineer D


                              Services
      Downstream and Oilfield100.132.220   District Manager




                              Services
      Downstream and Oilfield700.793.240   Field Service Coordinator

M                             Services
      Downstream and Oilfield700.795.420   Fishing Tool Operator



M                             Services
      Downstream and Oilfield700.795.240   Fishing Tools Supervisor
F,M                           Services
      Downstream and Oilfield700.800.434   Floorman



F                             Services
      Downstream and Oilfield700.794.420   Fluids Service Representative II




F                             Services
      Downstream and Oilfield700.794.410   Fluids Service Representative III




F                             Services
      Downstream and Oilfield700.794.400   Fluids Service Representative IV
                              Services
      Downstream and Oilfield610.100.220   Logistics Manager

F,M                           Services
      Downstream and Oilfield700.800.430   Motorman


F,M                           Services
      Downstream and Oilfield700.800.432   MWD (Measurements-while-drilling) Specialist I



F,M                           Services
      Downstream and Oilfield700.800.422   MWD (Measurements-while-drilling) Specialist II



F,M                           Services
      Downstream and Oilfield700.800.412   MWD (Measurements-while-drilling) Specialist II


                              Services
      Downstream and Oilfield500.628.341   Product Development Analyst


                              Services
      Downstream and Oilfield410.476.230   Product/Brand Manager



                              Services
      Downstream and Oilfield410.476.210   Product/Brand Manager - Group



                              Services
      Downstream and Oilfield410.476.220   Product/Brand Manager - Senior

                              Services
      Downstream and Oilfield600.100.221   Refinery Operations Manager

                              Services
      Downstream and Oilfield100.132.210   Regional Operations Director



                              Services
      Downstream and Oilfield500.628.220   Research Manager


                              Services
      Downstream and Oilfield500.628.360   Research Scientist A


                              Services
      Downstream and Oilfield500.628.350   Research Scientist B


                              Services
      Downstream and Oilfield500.628.340   Research Scientist C
                              Services
      Downstream and Oilfield500.628.330   Research Scientist D


                              Services
      Downstream and Oilfield500.628.320   Research Scientist E


F,N                           Services
      Downstream and Oilfield700.792.432   Roustabout




                              Services
      Downstream and Oilfield420.488.350   Sales/Account Representative B



                              Services
      Downstream and Oilfield420.488.340   Sales/Account Representative C




                              Services
      Downstream and Oilfield420.488.330   Sales/Account Representative D

                              Services
      Downstream and Oilfield700.652.240   Service Supervisor




                              Services
      Downstream and Oilfield420.100.350   Technical Sales Representative B




                              Services
      Downstream and Oilfield420.100.340   Technical Sales Representative C



                              Services
      Downstream and Oilfield700.793.430   Technical Specialist (Tools) I




                              Services
      Downstream and Oilfield700.793.420   Technical Specialist (Tools) II




                              Services
      Downstream and Oilfield700.793.410   Technical Specialist (Tools) III
                              Services
      Downstream and Oilfield510.496.350   Technical Support Engineer


                              Services
      Downstream and Oilfield610.616.210   Terminal Operations Director


                              Services
      Downstream and Oilfield610.616.241   Terminal Supervisor


F,M                           Services
      Downstream and Oilfield700.800.241   Toolpusher




                              Services
      Downstream and Oilfield700.794.220   Wireline Manager




                              Services
      Downstream and Oilfield700.794.240   Wireline Supervisor




D,F   Field/Hourly          714.100.420    Control Center Operator II




D,F   Field/Hourly          714.100.410    Control Center Operator III



D,F   Field/Hourly          714.100.400    Control Center Operator IV
M,T   Field/Hourly   700.792.240   Field Operator (Supervisory)



      Field/Hourly   700.792.430   Field Operator I




      Field/Hourly   700.792.420   Field Operator II




      Field/Hourly   700.792.410   Field Operator III




      Field/Hourly   700.792.400   Field Operator IV


T     Field/Hourly   700.792.431   General Laborer

      Field/Hourly   708.729.410   Heavy Equipment Operator




      Field/Hourly   550.684.240   Maintenance Supervisor

D     Field/Hourly   708.729.411   Mobile Crane Operator




      Field/Hourly   700.805.430   Pipeline Operator I
        Field/Hourly   700.805.420   Pipeline Operator II




        Field/Hourly   700.805.410   Pipeline Operator III




        Field/Hourly   700.805.400   Pipeline Operator IV




B,F,M   Field/Hourly   600.724.240   Plant Operator (Supervisory)


D,F     Field/Hourly   600.724.430   Plant Operator I




D,F     Field/Hourly   600.724.420   Plant Operator II




D,F     Field/Hourly   600.724.410   Plant Operator III




D,F     Field/Hourly   600.724.400   Plant Operator IV
F,N   Field/Hourly   510.784.433   Technician (Field/Hourly) Ia




F,N   Field/Hourly   510.784.432   Technician (Field/Hourly) Ib




F,N   Field/Hourly   510.784.422   Technician (Field/Hourly) II




F,N   Field/Hourly   510.784.412   Technician (Field/Hourly) III




F,N   Field/Hourly   510.784.402   Technician (Field/Hourly) IV


      Field/Hourly   610.616.431   Terminal/Distribution I


      Field/Hourly   610.616.421   Terminal/Distribution II
        Field/Hourly        610.616.411   Terminal/Distribution III


        Field/Hourly        610.616.401   Terminal/Distribution IV



C,F,T   Field/Hourly        550.684.431   Tradesperson Ia



F,N     Field/Hourly        550.684.430   Tradesperson Ib



D,F     Field/Hourly        550.684.420   Tradesperson II




F       Field/Hourly        550.684.410   Tradesperson III




F       Field/Hourly        550.684.400   Tradesperson IV




D       Field/Hourly        610.604.410   Truck Driver




F       General Benchmark   210.772.360   Accountant A




F       General Benchmark   210.772.350   Accountant B
F     General Benchmark   210.772.340   Accountant C




D,F   General Benchmark   210.772.330   Accountant D




F     General Benchmark   210.772.320   Accountant E


      General Benchmark   210.316.431   Accounting Assistant Ia


      General Benchmark   210.316.430   Accounting Assistant Ib



      General Benchmark   210.316.420   Accounting Assistant II



      General Benchmark   210.316.410   Accounting Assistant III


      General Benchmark   210.316.400   Accounting Assistant IV




F     General Benchmark   210.772.220   Accounting Manager




      General Benchmark   210.316.230   Accounting Support Supervisor
    General Benchmark   210.320.240   Accounts Payable/Receivable Supervisor




    General Benchmark   210.360.220   Acquisitions/Divestments Manager


    General Benchmark   220.100.220   Administration Manager


C   General Benchmark   220.108.431   Administrative Assistant Ia


    General Benchmark   220.108.430   Administrative Assistant Ib




    General Benchmark   220.108.420   Administrative Assistant II




    General Benchmark   220.108.410   Administrative Assistant III




    General Benchmark   220.108.400   Administrative Assistant IV



    General Benchmark   220.108.330   Administrative Assistant to CEO




N   General Benchmark   210.348.210   Assistant Controller

N   General Benchmark   220.108.433   Assistant Ia


N   General Benchmark   220.108.432   Assistant Ib
N   General Benchmark   220.108.422   Assistant II


N   General Benchmark   220.108.412   Assistant III


N   General Benchmark   220.108.402   Assistant IV



    General Benchmark   115.100.360   Attorney/Solicitor A



    General Benchmark   115.100.350   Attorney/Solicitor B




    General Benchmark   115.100.340   Attorney/Solicitor C




    General Benchmark   115.100.330   Attorney/Solicitor D



    General Benchmark   115.100.320   Attorney/Solicitor E



    General Benchmark   220.372.221   Aviation Manager



F   General Benchmark   320.392.360   Business Analyst A




F   General Benchmark   320.392.350   Business Analyst B




F   General Benchmark   320.392.340   Business Analyst C
F   General Benchmark   320.392.330   Business Analyst D




F   General Benchmark   320.392.320   Business Analyst E



    General Benchmark   400.436.210   Business Development Director



    General Benchmark   400.436.220   Business Development Manager


    General Benchmark   400.436.350   Business Development Representative B




    General Benchmark   400.436.340   Business Development Representative C




    General Benchmark   400.436.330   Business Development Representative D



    General Benchmark   400.436.230   Business Development Representative E




S   General Benchmark   100.000.112   CEO Non-Chairman




S   General Benchmark   100.012.110   CEO Subsidiary
S   General Benchmark   100.000.111   Chairman and CEO




S   General Benchmark   210.000.120   Chief Financial Officer - Corporate




S   General Benchmark   210.010.120   Chief Financial Officer - Subsidiary/Group/Divisio




S   General Benchmark   310.000.120   Chief Information Officer - Corporate




S   General Benchmark   310.010.120   Chief Information Officer - Subsidiary/Group/Divi




S   General Benchmark   100.000.120   Chief Operating Officer - Corporate




S   General Benchmark   100.010.120   Chief Operating Officer - Subsidiary/Group/Divis




    General Benchmark   140.100.360   Communications Analyst A
    General Benchmark   140.100.350   Communications Analyst B




    General Benchmark   140.100.340   Communications Analyst C


    General Benchmark   140.100.330   Communications Analyst D



    General Benchmark   140.100.320   Communications Analyst E



    General Benchmark   140.100.210   Communications Director




    General Benchmark   330.418.420   Computer Operator II




    General Benchmark   330.418.410   Computer Operator III




    General Benchmark   210.348.130   Controller




S   General Benchmark   210.348.133   Controller - Business Unit




S   General Benchmark   210.348.131   Controller - Subsidiary/Group
D   General Benchmark   110.209.220   Corporate Affairs Manager




F   General Benchmark   110.100.130   Corporate Secretary


N   General Benchmark   220.120.340   Corporate Security Analyst




D   General Benchmark   120.240.221   Corporate Security Manager



    General Benchmark   210.340.360   Cost Controller A




    General Benchmark   210.340.350   Cost Controller B




    General Benchmark   210.340.340   Cost Controller C



    General Benchmark   210.340.330   Cost Controller D




    General Benchmark   210.340.320   Cost Controller E

D   General Benchmark   100.030.110   Country Manager
N   General Benchmark   220.396.220   Document Control Manager


    General Benchmark   220.396.240   Document Control Supervisor



    General Benchmark   220.396.430   Document Control/Records Analyst I




    General Benchmark   220.396.420   Document Control/Records Analyst II




    General Benchmark   220.396.410   Document Control/Records Analyst III




    General Benchmark   220.396.400   Document Control/Records Analyst IV




F   General Benchmark   110.204.360   Economic/Corporate Planning Analyst A




F   General Benchmark   110.204.350   Economic/Corporate Planning Analyst B




F   General Benchmark   110.204.340   Economic/Corporate Planning Analyst C
F   General Benchmark   110.204.330   Economic/Corporate Planning Analyst D




F   General Benchmark   110.204.320   Economic/Corporate Planning Analyst E


    General Benchmark   510.330.360   Estimator A



    General Benchmark   510.330.350   Estimator B




    General Benchmark   510.330.340   Estimator C



    General Benchmark   510.330.330   Estimator D




    General Benchmark   510.330.320   Estimator E




T   General Benchmark   210.100.130   Finance Executive
    General Benchmark   210.100.220   Finance Manager - Business Unit



    General Benchmark   210.352.360   Financial Analyst A



    General Benchmark   210.352.350   Financial Analyst B



    General Benchmark   210.352.340   Financial Analyst C



    General Benchmark   210.352.330   Financial Analyst D




    General Benchmark   210.352.320   Financial Analyst E




    General Benchmark   210.352.220   Forecast & Financial Analysis Manager




    General Benchmark   120.100.240   Human Resources Administrator




F   General Benchmark   120.100.360   Human Resources Analyst A
F     General Benchmark   120.100.350   Human Resources Analyst B




F     General Benchmark   120.100.340   Human Resources Analyst C




F     General Benchmark   120.100.330   Human Resources Analyst D




F     General Benchmark   120.100.320   Human Resources Analyst E




      General Benchmark   120.100.420   Human Resources Assistant




D     General Benchmark   120.100.210   Human Resources Director




F     General Benchmark   120.100.220   Human Resources Manager




B,F   General Benchmark   310.418.210   Information Systems Operations Director
B,F     General Benchmark   310.100.220   Information Systems Operations Manager




C,D,F   General Benchmark   310.104.340   Information Technology Project Leader



N       General Benchmark   110.212.360   Investor Relations Analyst A



N       General Benchmark   110.212.350   Investor Relations Analyst B




T       General Benchmark   110.212.340   Investor Relations Analyst C



N       General Benchmark   110.212.330   Investor Relations Analyst D




N       General Benchmark   110.212.320   Investor Relations Analyst E



        General Benchmark   110.212.210   Investor Relations Director




        General Benchmark   110.212.220   Investor Relations Manager
F   General Benchmark   320.381.330   IT Architect D


F   General Benchmark   320.381.320   IT Architect E




    General Benchmark   115.100.420   Legal Assistant/Paralegal II




    General Benchmark   115.100.410   Legal Assistant/Paralegal III

    General Benchmark   220.116.340   Librarian



    General Benchmark   220.116.240   Library Supervisor



    General Benchmark   410.460.340   Market Research Analyst

    General Benchmark   610.592.220   Materials Manager


    General Benchmark   610.592.221   Materials Manager - Area




    General Benchmark   120.240.342   Occupational Health Nurse




    General Benchmark   220.112.240   Office Services Supervisor
    General Benchmark   120.256.430   Payroll Assistant




    General Benchmark   120.256.350   Payroll Coordinator




    General Benchmark   120.256.220   Payroll Manager



    General Benchmark   120.256.230   Payroll Supervisor


D   General Benchmark   220.372.340   Pilot - Passenger Aircraft




F   General Benchmark   320.414.361   Programmer/Analyst A




F   General Benchmark   320.414.351   Programmer/Analyst B




F   General Benchmark   320.414.341   Programmer/Analyst C




F   General Benchmark   320.414.331   Programmer/Analyst D




F   General Benchmark   320.414.321   Programmer/Analyst E
    General Benchmark   510.340.220   Project Controls Manager




    General Benchmark   510.340.230   Project Controls Supervisor




D   General Benchmark   320.414.230   Project Manager - Systems



    General Benchmark   510.104.361   Project Planner/Scheduler A




    General Benchmark   510.104.351   Project Planner/Scheduler B




    General Benchmark   510.104.341   Project Planner/Scheduler C



    General Benchmark   510.104.331   Project Planner/Scheduler D




    General Benchmark   510.104.321   Project Planner/Scheduler E


    General Benchmark   110.209.210   Public Relations Director
    General Benchmark   110.209.221   Public Relations Manager




    General Benchmark   610.572.360   Purchasing Agent A




    General Benchmark   610.572.350   Purchasing Agent B




    General Benchmark   610.572.340   Purchasing Agent C


    General Benchmark   610.572.330   Purchasing Agent D



    General Benchmark   610.572.320   Purchasing Agent E




    General Benchmark   610.572.220   Purchasing Manager



    General Benchmark   220.368.420   Receptionist/Switchboard Operator



F   General Benchmark   210.300.360   Risk Analyst A



F   General Benchmark   210.300.350   Risk Analyst B




F   General Benchmark   210.300.340   Risk Analyst C
F   General Benchmark   210.300.330   Risk Analyst D




F   General Benchmark   210.300.320   Risk Analyst E




F   General Benchmark   210.300.221   Risk Manager




F   General Benchmark   330.416.360   Systems Administrator A




F   General Benchmark   330.416.350   Systems Administrator B



F   General Benchmark   330.416.340   Systems Administrator C




D   General Benchmark   320.414.220   Systems Development Manager




F   General Benchmark   310.100.360   Technical Services Analyst A
F     General Benchmark   310.100.350   Technical Services Analyst B




F     General Benchmark   310.100.340   Technical Services Analyst C




F     General Benchmark   310.100.330   Technical Services Analyst D




F     General Benchmark   310.100.320   Technical Services Analyst E




D,S   General Benchmark   220.000.120   Top Administration Executive - Corporate




D,S   General Benchmark   220.010.120   Top Administration Executive - Subsidiary/Group




S     General Benchmark   210.324.130   Top Audit Executive




      General Benchmark   400.436.130   Top Business Development Executive




S     General Benchmark   100.014.110   Top Business Unit/Division Executive
S     General Benchmark   430.000.121   Top Customer Service Executive



      General Benchmark   110.101.130   Top Economic Evaluations/Acquisition & Divestm




S     General Benchmark   100.013.110   Top Group Executive




D,S   General Benchmark   120.000.120   Top Human Resources Executive - Corporate




D,S   General Benchmark   120.010.120   Top Human Resources Executive - Subsidiary/G




S     General Benchmark   100.020.120   Top International Executive




S     General Benchmark   110.212.130   Top Investor Relations Executive
S     General Benchmark   115.000.120   Top Legal Executive - Corporate




S     General Benchmark   115.010.120   Top Legal Executive - Subsidiary/Group/Division




      General Benchmark   100.132.130   Top Operations Executive




N,S   General Benchmark   610.572.130   Top Purchasing / Procurement Executive




S     General Benchmark   210.300.130   Top Risk Management Executive




S     General Benchmark   400.000.120   Top Sales and Marketing Executive - Corporate




S     General Benchmark   400.010.120   Top Sales and Marketing Executive - Subsidiary




S     General Benchmark   420.000.120   Top Sales Executive - Corporate
S   General Benchmark   420.010.120   Top Sales Executive - Subsidiary/Group/Division




S   General Benchmark   220.120.130   Top Security Executive




S   General Benchmark   210.364.130   Top Tax Executive


    General Benchmark   210.308.130   Treasurer



    General Benchmark   210.308.360   Treasury Analyst A




    General Benchmark   210.308.350   Treasury Analyst B




    General Benchmark   210.308.340   Treasury Analyst C




    General Benchmark   210.308.330   Treasury Analyst D




    General Benchmark   210.308.320   Treasury Analyst E
      General Benchmark    210.308.420   Treasury Assistant


      General Benchmark    210.308.221   Treasury Cash Manager




F,N   General Benchmark    310.100.361   User Services Analyst A




F,N   General Benchmark    310.100.351   User Services Analyst B




F,N   General Benchmark    310.100.341   User Services Analyst C




F,N   General Benchmark    310.100.331   User Services Analyst D




F,N   General Benchmark    310.100.321   User Services Analyst E



D     General Benchmark    320.428.341   Website Designer




      Upstream/Midstream   700.800.212   Area Drilling Superintendent - Offshore




      Upstream/Midstream   700.792.222   Commissioning Manager
B   Upstream/Midstream   110.209.340   Community Affairs C




B   Upstream/Midstream   110.209.330   Community Affairs D




B   Upstream/Midstream   110.209.320   Community Affairs E




    Upstream/Midstream   700.792.213   Exploration & Production Director




    Upstream/Midstream   700.100.210   Exploration Director




    Upstream/Midstream   700.100.220   Exploration Manager



    Upstream/Midstream   700.792.212   Heavy Oil Operations Director




    Upstream/Midstream   716.775.220   Land Administration Manager
    Upstream/Midstream   716.775.230   Land Administration Supervisor




    Upstream/Midstream   716.775.360   Land Administrator A




D   Upstream/Midstream   716.775.350   Land Administrator B




    Upstream/Midstream   716.775.340   Land Administrator C




    Upstream/Midstream   716.775.330   Land Administrator D

    Upstream/Midstream   716.775.320   Land Administrator E




D   Upstream/Midstream   716.777.220   Land Contracts & Negotiations Manager


    Upstream/Midstream   716.776.360   Land Contracts Analyst A



    Upstream/Midstream   716.776.350   Land Contracts Analyst B
    Upstream/Midstream   716.776.340   Land Contracts Analyst C




    Upstream/Midstream   716.776.330   Land Contracts Analyst D


    Upstream/Midstream   716.776.320   Land Contracts Analyst E



    Upstream/Midstream   716.100.210   Land Director




D   Upstream/Midstream   716.100.220   Land Manager



    Upstream/Midstream   716.777.360   Landman - Land Contracts & Negotiations A




    Upstream/Midstream   716.777.350   Landman - Land Contracts & Negotiations B




D   Upstream/Midstream   716.777.340   Landman - Land Contracts & Negotiations C




D   Upstream/Midstream   716.777.330   Landman - Land Contracts & Negotiations D


    Upstream/Midstream   716.777.320   Landman - Land Contracts & Negotiations E
Upstream/Midstream   716.777.310   Landman - Land Contracts & Negotiations F



Upstream/Midstream   550.805.223   Pipeline Maintenance Manager


Upstream/Midstream   700.805.210   Pipelines Director




Upstream/Midstream   700.805.220   Pipelines Manager




Upstream/Midstream   700.792.210   Production Director




Upstream/Midstream   220.778.433   Production Field Administrator I




Upstream/Midstream   220.778.423   Production Field Administrator II




Upstream/Midstream   220.778.413   Production Field Administrator III




Upstream/Midstream   220.778.403   Production Field Administrator IV
      Upstream/Midstream   700.792.220   Production Manager




      Upstream/Midstream   210.779.360   Production/Revenue Accountant A




      Upstream/Midstream   210.779.350   Production/Revenue Accountant B




D     Upstream/Midstream   210.779.340   Production/Revenue Accountant C




      Upstream/Midstream   210.779.330   Production/Revenue Accountant D




      Upstream/Midstream   210.779.320   Production/Revenue Accountant E




N     Upstream/Midstream   210.779.220   Production/Revenue Accounting Manager




C,S   Upstream/Midstream   700.800.120   Top Drilling Operations Executive



N     Upstream/Midstream   700.000.122   Top Exploitation Executive
C     Upstream/Midstream   700.000.120   Top Exploration & Production Executive




C     Upstream/Midstream   700.000.121   Top Exploration Executive




      Upstream/Midstream   716.000.120   Top Land Executive



C,S   Upstream/Midstream   700.805.120   Top Pipeline Executive




C     Upstream/Midstream   700.792.120   Top Production Executive




N     Utilities            210.312.420   Collector

      Utilities            920.787.350   Energy Programs Representative B

      Utilities            920.787.340   Energy Programs Representative C



      Utilities            920.787.220   Energy Services Manager

N     Utilities            920.786.411   Facilities Locator


M     Utilities            700.218.350   Gas Contract Analyst B


M     Utilities            700.218.340   Gas Contract Analyst C



M     Utilities            700.218.330   Gas Contract Analyst D
M     Utilities   410.218.220   Gas Supply Manager

M     Utilities   700.572.350   Gas Supply Representative B

M     Utilities   700.572.340   Gas Supply Representative C


M     Utilities   700.572.330   Gas Supply Representative D

      Utilities   920.788.420   Groundman

      Utilities   920.788.410   Lineman - Journeyman



N     Utilities   920.807.420   Mapper




N     Utilities   920.807.410   Mapper Senior

      Utilities   920.680.240   Meter Foreman


      Utilities   920.680.430   Meter Reader



      Utilities   920.680.243   Meter Reading Supervisor
      Utilities   920.680.410   Meter Technician - Journeyman

      Utilities   920.580.350   Power Analyst B

      Utilities   920.580.340   Power Analyst C

      Utilities   920.580.330   Power Analyst D

      Utilities   920.580.220   Power Manager




B,S   Utilities   920.100.134   Power Plant Operations Executive
        Utilities   920.200.350   Rate Analyst B




        Utilities   920.200.340   Rate Analyst C




        Utilities   920.200.330   Rate Analyst D



        Utilities   430.612.340   Service Dispatcher
        Utilities   920.789.420   Serviceman




N       Utilities   110.209.341   Stakeholder Relations C




N       Utilities   110.209.342   Stakeholder Relations Manager
        Utilities   550.380.240   Telecommunications Foreman



C,S,T   Utilities   920.100.121   Top Executive - Nonregulated Business



S       Utilities   920.100.133   Top Power Generation and Delivery Executive




C       Utilities   110.200.131   Top Rates and Regulatory Affairs Executive
B,C,S   Utilities   920.786.130   Top Transmission and/or Distribution Systems E



B,S     Utilities   510.100.131   Top Utilities Engineering Executive




B,C,S   Utilities   920.100.120   Top Utilities Executive
        Utilities   550.790.410   Tree Trimmer - Journeyman

        Utilities   550.790.220   Tree Trimming Superintendent

        Utilities   550.790.400   Tree Trimming Working Foreman

        Utilities   920.680.434   Utility Helper

        Utilities   920.789.240   Wireman - Foreman
        Utilities   920.789.421   Wireman - Substation

        Utilities   920.789.411   Wireman - Transformer Journeyman

        Utilities   920.789.410   Wireman - Utility Journeyman

        Utilities   920.789.400   Wireman - Working Foreman

        Utilities   920.788.400   Working Foreman
2009 US Position Description
Conducts on-site inspections of facilities and practices to assure conformance with legal requirements and
organization policies. Conducts on-site safety training. Investigates accidents and completes or verifies accident
reports. Typically reports to Top Safety Executive.
Makes independent decisions in planning, organizing, coordinating and supervising a unit of drafting personnel.
Performs highly specialized and complex drafting assignments. Coordinates directly with other departments to
obtain additional data essential to the accurate completion of exploration maps, charts and graphs. May supervise
subordinate supervisors and has accountability for the selection, training and discipline of all departmental
employees. May report to the Exploration Manager, Production Manager or Administration Manager.
Responsible for the geological department staff and the operation of the independent geological programs and
prospects. As a member of the team of geophysics and land professionals, discusses various plays and projects
and makes recommendations to Senior Management. May have the title of Chief Geologist or Geological
Manager and typically reports to the Exploration Director or Top Exploration Executive.
This position is responsible for the geophysical department, and the operation and supervision of geophysical
prospects and programs. In conjunction with geological and land professionals, discusses prospects and projects
and makes recommendations to Senior Management. May have the title of Geophysical Manager or Chief
Geophysical Engineer. Normally reports to the Exploration Director or Top Exploration Executive.
This incumbent is responsible for one or more field sites with steam operations. Duties include one or more of
the following: inspecting of steam equipment, maintaining operating records, overseeing maintenance and repair
of steam equipment, supervision of steam operators. Usual qualifications are 1st Class or 2nd Class steam ticket
and several years experience in field operations.
Responsible for the coordination and completion of all government, regulatory, and compliance documents for all
facilities. Coordinates all surveys, reports, and data transfers utilized in regulatory compliance. Develops and
maintains all necessary permits. Generally requires 2 or more years of related experience.
Supervises construction managers. Responsible for developing execution plans to achieve construction
milestones and minimize costs, delays and disputes. Ensures the project is meeting construction specifications.
Oversees infrastructure and monitors critical path schedules and deliverables. Develops execution plans in
support of established strategies. Typically holds an engineering degree or technical trades certification plus
fifteen or more years of experience in large construction engagements.
The Construction Manager is responsible for planning, optimizing and monitoring the use of resources to ensure
the project objectives are achieved. Establishes infrastructure and controls the scope of work. Provides input to
construction project plans. Typically holds a technical trades certificate with fifteen or more years of experience.
Typically reports to the Construction Director.
Provides direction to staff, contractors and tradespeople. Manages all resources, materials and equipment as per
the project execution plan, including the co-ordination of field construction staff, contractors and tradespeople for
a large construction engagement. Responsible for detailed direction of construction specifications, budgets and
schedules. Typically requires a technical trades certificate plus ten or more years of experience. Typically reports
This position drafts large volumes of routine non-land related standardized contracts (long-term service
agreements, procurement contracts, etc) for others to review. Collects and analyses information to prepare
contracts. May maintain a database or library of contracts for use in drafting similar contracts with new clients.
Works under close supervision. Typically requires a university degree with a minimum of 2 years' contracts
management experience, or a technical diploma with 4 years' experience.
This position amends, and prepares large volumes of non-land related standardized contracts such as long-term
service agreements, procurement contracts, etc. Collects and analyzes information to prepare contracts,
performs legal searches, and alerts the financial and/or legal department of changes to standard contracts which
require further financial and/or legal attention. Typically requires a university degree with a minimum of 4 years'
contracts management experience, or a technical diploma with 6 years' experience.
This position provides contracts management expertise on non-land related standardized contracts such as long-
term service agreements, procurement contracts, etc. Liaises with the legal department or legal advisors to
determine when revisions to standard contracts require legal input. May lead a small team of contracts
management administrators. Typically requires a university degree or with a minimum of 8 years' contracts
management experience, or a technical diploma with 10 years' experience.
This is a management level role responsible for the on-site supervision of contracts administration and contracts
staff. Coordinates the contract activities with all affected project teams. Oversees preparation of bid and contract
documents, ensuring appropriate approvals are obtaining throughout the process. May also be responsible for
change order management. Liaises with project controls. Typically reports to the Project Director or Construction
Director. Typically holds a university degree supported by legal or contracts training and ten or more years of
experience on major construction projects.
Responsible for managing the nominating and gas control activities, ensuring efficiency and cost effectiveness.
Ensures proper reporting of operational data to the company and external agencies. May supervise Control
Manages first line supervisors that are responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of a team of
representatives that handle customer service inquiries and problems via the telephone and sometimes e-mail.
Develops and monitors the application of operating systems including policies and procedures, operating
structure, and information flow. Ensures the volume of work produced meets product/service standards and
exceeds quality standards. May develop business plan for team/group operations including budget development.
Approves personnel activities concerning hiring, training/development, and evaluation of staff performance. May
build industry relations communicating technologies and operational concerns through industry networking.
Typically requires five to seven years of experience in utilities, including one to three years in management.
Under direct supervision, resolves simple, least sensitive problems concerning residential/business customer
service and/or billing. Directs more complex problems to senior customer service staff and directs problems
which cannot be handled within Customer Service to the appropriate organization department; follows up and
coordinates with other departments to ensure problems are resolved. May be assigned a group of accounts or a
specific geographic area. Typically requires up to two years of customer service experience in utilities. Frequently
Under general supervision, resolves simple or less sensitive problems concerning residential/business customer
service and/or billing. Has sufficient technical knowledge to ascertain cause of problem. Directs problems which
cannot be handled within Customer Service to the appropriate organization department; follows up and
coordinates with other departments to ensure problem is resolved. May be assigned a key account, group of
accounts, or specific geographic area. May provide guidance to less experienced CSR's. Typically requires two
to five years of customer service experience in utilities. Frequently reports to an Customer Service Supervisor.
Resolves problems concerning residential/business service and/or billing. Has sufficient technical knowledge to
ascertain cause of problem. Directs problems which cannot be handled within Customer Service to the
appropriate organization department; follows up and coordinates with other departments to ensure problem is
resolved. May be assigned a key account, group of accounts, or specific geographic area. May provide guidance
to less experienced CSR's. Typically requires five to seven years of customer service experience in utilities.
Frequently reports to an Customer Service Supervisor.
Responsible for the day-to-day operations of a team of representatives that handle customer service inquiries and
problems via the telephone and sometimes e-mail. Plans, directs, supervises, and evaluates work flow.
Coordinates work activities to achieve the volume expected to meet operational requirements. Recognizes and
recommends operational improvements. Responsible for the day-to-day application of organizational policies and
procedures. May monitor performance of staff members according to established monitoring standards. May
make hiring decisions and conduct performance appraisals. Typically serves as first line supervisor. Typically
Provides basic drafting and technical support requiring little latitude in judgment. Incumbents are developing their
skills and proficiency in the use of drafting instruments and materials. This level typically encompasses an
introductory level of competence in the use of computer aided drafting techniques. Usual qualifications include a
technical diploma or equivalent with minimal experience.
Incumbent works more independently than a Drafter Ia, and uses well established procedures. Provides basic
drafting and technical support in at least one drafting discipline. Duties include the preparation of drawings and
maps with the assistance of senior Drafters as to methods, standards and source data. Incumbents require a
working level of competence in computer design and drafting. Usual qualifications include a technical school
diploma or equivalent, with a minimum of 2 years' related experience.
Incumbent works on standard drafting assignments. Methods are detailed and standard but judgment is required
in planning tasks and choice of methods. Accountable for accuracy and adequacy of work performed. May
provide technical guidance to less experienced Drafters. Usual qualifications include a technical school diploma
or equivalent, with a minimum of 5 years' related experience.
Drafting work is advanced, complex and often confidential, requiring a high standard of drafting skill and an
understanding of basic engineering, geological and geophysical principles. This level may also include junior to
intermediate level design work. May have knowledge of, and competence in computer design and plotting. Makes
decisions regarding work priorities, procedures and recommendations regarding training and utilization of less
experienced Drafters. May provide general direction to junior staff and contract Drafters.
Performs highly specialized drafting assignments of an advanced and complex nature. May assist with the
supervision of a unit of drafting personnel. Recommends work methods, techniques and procedures and takes
part in work scheduling and setting priorities and completion dates. Usual qualifications include a technical school
diploma with extensive technical experience, combined with several years of supervisory and administrative
This position is responsible for managing and executing all company-operated oil and gas wells and/or heavy oil
drilling operations. This includes the selection of contractors, negotiation of joint venture drilling contracts,
preparation of well authorization, and cost control for drilling, completions and workovers and
reclamations/abandonments. Normally this position is responsible for drilling engineering and related
construction. Ensures drilling operations follow company health, safety and environmental protection policies.
Develops plans, programs, and services that promote area economic development. Works with business,
industry, and local government to promote and support industrial and commercial development.
Incumbent receives "on-the-job" training in various phases of office, plant or field engineering through
assignments or, in some cases, classroom instruction. Tasks assigned are simple and routine in nature. Assists
more senior engineers in the preparation of plans, calculations, reports, etc. Few technical decisions are made
and these are routine, with clearly defined procedures and guidelines. Works under close supervision and work is
reviewed for accuracy, adequacy and conformance with prescribed procedures. Usual qualifications include a
Incumbent receives assignments of limited scope and complexity. Uses a variety of standard problem solving
techniques. May assist more senior engineers in carrying out technical tasks requiring computation methods.
Duties are assigned with detailed oral, and occasionally written instructions. Work is reviewed in detail with
guidance given. May give limited technical guidance to junior professionals or technicians working on a common
project. Usual qualifications include a university degree in engineering with a minimum of 2 years' related
Incumbent is responsible for varied engineering assignments requiring a broad knowledge of an engineering
specialty and the effect the work has upon other fields. Solves problems using a combination of standard or
modified procedures. Participates in planning objectives. Performs independent studies, and analyzes, interprets
and draws own conclusions; more complex work projects are referred to more senior authorities. Not supervised
in detail except on more difficult assignments. May give periodic technical guidance to less experienced
professionals or technicians assigned to work on a common project. Usual qualifications include a university
degree in engineering with a minimum of 4 years' related experience.
This is the first level of full engineering specialization and is considered the senior level position. Alternatively may
be the level at which an individual acts as group leader or work task force leader of a small group of technical
personnel. Requires application of well developed technical knowledge in planning, conducting and coordinating
difficult assignments. The position requires the modification of established guidelines and initiation of new
approaches. Makes independent decisions in planning, organizing and completing technical assignments. Work
is reviewed for soundness of judgment but accepted technically as accurate and feasible. Work is assigned in
terms of objectives and priorities but informed guidance is available. Advises on technical problems and
supervision, and may plan, schedule and review work of professional engineers and technicians. May make
May have responsibility for coordinating engineering work assignments and making recommendations on
technical applications developed by other professional personnel or consultants . May involve the direct
supervision of a group of professionals. Provides guidance and training to less experienced staff. Checks work for
accuracy and completeness. As a specialist, conducts special, complex and advanced level studies. Work is
generally reviewed for results only. Makes independent decisions within broad guidelines and policies. May make
recommendations concerning selection, training, discipline and remuneration of staff.
Incumbent is considered an authority in an engineering field of specialization and acts as a technical consultant to
the organization. This level is a dual-stream first level managerial position. Incumbents may be responsible for
directing a staff of professional and support employees or act as a technical specialist. Responsible for planning
and directing large engineering programs/projects; sets priorities and allocates resources; makes necessary
decisions on all day-to-day operating matters within constraints of company policy. Receives work in terms of
This incumbent is considered a leading authority in the engineering field, both within the organization, and outside
the organization by other recognized experts in the field. This individual is the final point of consultation in the
most complex of engineering problems.
Directs all aspects of the engineering function within an organization. Provides technical guidance and ensures
sound engineering procedures and effective use of facilities. Ensures that products and processes are
introduced, designed, and re-designed in order to meet the organization's objectives. Ensures all engineering
activities are in accordance with organizational standards. Approves costs for engineering department. Typically
This function is generally responsible for all engineering activities and projects of the organization relating to the
improvement or modification of various engineering areas. Areas include Production Engineering,
Reservoir/Exploitation Engineering, Facilities Engineering, or a combination of the aforementioned. Responsible
for the selection, training and supervision of all engineering staff. This position normally reports to the Top
Production Executive, or Top Exploration & Production Executive.
Incumbent performs specific assignments of limited scope and receives on the job training in the course of
expanding their knowledge of practices in the environmental disciplines. Assists more senior professionals,
performing routine and clearly defined functions. Works under close supervision, and work is reviewed for
accuracy, adequacy and conformance with prescribed procedures. Usual qualifications include a technical school
diploma, or a university degree with little or no experience.
Competent to perform specific assignments of moderate scope in the course of expanding their knowledge of
basic practices in the environmental disciplines. Duties include learning regulations, monitoring and updating
environmental data, compiling information for environmental performance and regulatory reports and assisting
senior Environmental Planners in day-to-day activities. Usual qualifications include a relevant university degree
with a minimum of 2 years' related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
At this level incumbent is considered to be a strong practitioner in one or more of the environmental disciplines
(e.g. Land Reclamation, Air Quality, Environmental Assessment, etc.) May lead cross-functional teams in
development and delivery of environmental programs that assist the company's adherence to internal and
regulatory requirements. May assist in development of company standards and guidelines. Prepares, analyses
and maintains environmental documents, databases and records, and works with senior Environmental Planners
in day-to-day activities. Usual qualifications include a relevant university degree with strong communications and
team skills and a minimum of 4 years' related experience. May train individuals in developmental role.
At this level incumbents are considered to have in-depth knowledge in 2 or more environmental disciplines (e.g.
Land Reclamation, Air Quality, Environmental Assessment, etc.). Develops, implements and manages
environmental work processes that require collaboration with several parts of the company. Develops and
monitors corporate standards and guidelines. Reviews programs and processes to ensure they deliver value to
the company and that they service current business needs. Coordinates preparation and maintenance of
environmental documents and records that demonstrate diligent environmental management. Represents the
company's interests on various industry and governmental committees. Usual qualifications include a relevant
university degree with strong communications and organizational effectiveness skills and extensive experience.
Incumbent works on organizational processes and environmental assignments related to the planning and
administering of a suite of environmental policies and programs across the corporation. The work is typically
complex and requires specialized technical knowledge and organizational skills. Prepares reports that typically
deal with corporate level performance and management issues. Assists business unit managers in developing
strategies that take environmental regulations and corporate initiatives into account. Is active on various industry
and government and public committees, which may draft or attempt to influence policy and regulations. Works
with Senior Management to develop environmental strategy and may be responsible for department's budgeting
This is an Executive/Vice President level position, overseeing the engineering and construction work for a major
or several large projects. Responsible for overall project management including scheduling, resource allocations
and budget. Works across several silos or areas of the business. Approves or reviews the project(s) strategy with
respect to engineering design, procurement, tender process(es), contract negotiations and awards, and
commissioning. Monitors construction and financial statements of the project through on-site managers. Typically
holds an engineering degree plus 15-20 years of experience in large construction engagements, oil production or
Supervisor Level. Provides first level of supervision over a crew of hourly employees and/or contract staff and
directs day-to-day activities. Areas of supervision may include plant, field, drilling and/or completions, construction
and/or reclamation, pipeline, laboratory or a combination of the aforementioned. This position normally reports to
the Senior Foreman or Superintendent.
Incumbent is responsible for varied GIS assignments requiring a broad knowledge of spatial data management
and applied GIS and the effect the work has on the energy business. May be considered an expert within a
specific GIS discipline. Solves problems using a combination of standard or modified procedures. Participates in
planning objectives. Performs independent studies, and analyzes, interprets and draws own conclusions; more
complex work projects are referred to more senior GIS Analysts. Not supervised in detail except on more difficult
assignments. May give periodic technical guidance to less experienced GIS staff assigned to work on a
common project. May work independently within a business unit or centre of excellence. Usual qualifications
include a university degree in Geology, Geography, Geomatics Engineering or GIS, with minimum five years
Requires application of well developed technical knowledge in planning, conducting and coordinating difficult
assignments. Considered an expert within a specific GIS discipline. The position requires the modification of
established guidelines and initiation of new approaches. Makes independent decisions in planning, organizing
and completing technical assignments. Work is reviewed for soundness of judgment but accepted technically as
accurate and feasible. Work is assigned in terms of objectives and priorities but informed guidance is available
outside specific area of expertise. Advises on technical problems and supervision, and may plan, schedule and
review work of GIS staff. May make recommendations concerning selection and training of staff. May work
independently within a business unit or centre of excellence. Usual qualifications include a university degree in
Geology, Geography, Geomatics Engineering or GIS, with minimum ten years related experience in GIS, or a
Responsibility for coordinating advanced GIS work assignments and making recommendations on technical
applications developed by other professional personnel or consultants. Considered an authority within an
advanced GIS discipline and may act as a technical consultant to the organization. Has a thorough knowledge of
all GIS disciplines. Provides guidance and training for GIS staff. Checks work for accuracy and completeness.
As an expert, conducts special, complex and advanced level studies. Work is generally reviewed for results only.
Makes independent decisions within broad guidelines and policies. May make recommendations concerning
selection and training of staff. May work independently or as a supervisor within a business unit or centre of
excellence. Usual qualifications include a university degree in Geology, Geography, Geomatics Engineering or
GIS, with minimum fifteen years related experience in GIS, or a Master in GIS with a minimum ten years
Incumbent receives "on-the-job" training in various phases of office, plant, or field geological work through
assignments or, in some cases, classroom instruction. Tasks assigned are simple and routine in nature. Assists
more senior professional personnel in the preparation of plans, calculations, reports, etc. Few technical decisions
are made and these are routine, with clearly defined procedures and guidelines. Works under close supervision
and work is reviewed for accuracy, adequacy and conformance with prescribed procedures. Usual qualifications
include a university degree in geology with minimal experience.
Incumbent receives geological assignments of limited scope and complexity. Uses a variety of standard problem
solving techniques. May assist more senior professionals in carrying out technical tasks requiring computation
methods. Duties are assigned with detailed oral, and occasionally written instructions. Work is reviewed in detail
with guidance given. May give limited technical guidance to junior professionals or Technicians working on a
common project. Usual qualifications include a university degree in geology with a minimum of 2 years' related
Incumbent is responsible for varied geological assignments requiring a broad knowledge of a geological specialty
and the effect the work has upon other fields. Solves problems using a combination of standard or modified
procedures. Participates in planning objectives. Performs independent studies and analyzes, interprets and draws
conclusions on the results; more complex work projects are referred to more senior authorities. Work is not
supervised in detail except on more difficult assignments. May give periodic technical guidance to less
experienced professionals or Technicians assigned to work on a common project. Usual qualifications include a
This is the first level of full geological specialization and is considered the senior level position. Alternatively, may
be the level at which an individual acts as group leader or work task force leader of a small group of technical
personnel. Requires the application of well developed technical knowledge in planning, conducting and
coordinating difficult assignments. The position requires the modification of established guidelines and the
initiation of new approaches. Makes independent decisions in planning, organizing and completing technical
assignments. Work is reviewed for soundness of judgment but accepted technically as accurate and feasible.
Work is assigned in terms of objectives and priorities but informed guidance is available. Advises on technical
problems and supervision, and may plan, schedule and review work of professional Geologists and Technicians.
May make recommendations concerning selection, training, discipline and remuneration of staff.
May have responsibility for coordinating geological work assignments and making recommendations on technical
applications developed by other professional personnel or consultants. May involve the direct supervision of a
group of professionals. Provides guidance and training to less experienced staff. Checks the work of others for
accuracy and completeness. As a specialist, conducts complex and advanced level studies. Work is generally
reviewed for results only. Makes independent decisions within broad guidelines and policies. May make
recommendations concerning selection, training, discipline and remuneration of staff.
Incumbent is considered an authority in a geological field of specialization and acts as a technical consultant to
the organization. This level is a dual-stream first level managerial position. Incumbents may be responsible for
directing a staff of professional and support employees or act as a technical specialist. Responsible for planning
and directing large programs/projects; sets priorities and allocates resources; makes necessary decisions on all
day-to-day operating matters within constraints of company policy. Receives work in terms of broad objectives.
This incumbent is considered a leading authority in the field of geology, both within the organization, and outside
the organization by other recognized experts in the field. This individual is the final point of consultation in the
most complex geological problems.
Responsible for the day-to-day supervision of a group of professionals as a geological expert, and for developing
new techniques and providing technical guidance on complex projects. Receives managerial direction based on
corporate policies and objectives. Oversees the planning, organizing, and implementing of programs for project
teams which may involve selecting and supervising staff Geologists. Typically requires a bachelor's degree in
Geology and 12 to 15 years of experience.
Incumbent receives "on-the-job" training in various phases of office, plant, or field geophysical work through
assignments or, in some cases, classroom instruction. Assigned tasks are simple and routine in nature. Assists
more senior professional personnel in the preparation of plans, calculations, reports, etc. Technical decisions are
made only when they are routine, with clearly defined procedures and guidelines. Works under close supervision
and work is reviewed for accuracy, adequacy and conformance with prescribed procedures. Usual qualifications
include a university degree in geophysics with minimal experience.
Incumbent receives geophysical assignments of limited scope and complexity and uses a variety of standard
problem solving techniques. May assist more senior professionals in carrying out technical tasks requiring
computation methods. Duties are assigned with detailed oral or written instructions. Guidance is provided and
work is reviewed in detail. May provide limited technical guidance to junior professionals or technicians working
on a common project. Usual qualifications include a university degree in geophysics with a minimum of 2 years'
Incumbent is responsible for varied geophysical assignments requiring a broad knowledge of a geophysical
specialty and the effect the work has upon other fields. Solves problems using a combination of standard or
modified procedures. Participates in planning objectives. Performs independent studies, and analyzes, interprets,
and draws conclusions on the results; more complex work projects are referred to more senior authorities. Work
is not supervised in detail except on more difficult assignments. May give periodic technical guidance to less
experienced professionals or technicians assigned to work on a common project. Usual qualifications include a
university degree in geophysics with a minimum of 4 years' related experience.
This is the first level of full specialization and is considered the senior level position. Alternatively may be the level
at which an individual acts as group leader or work task force leader of a small group of technical personnel.
Requires application of well developed technical knowledge in planning, conducting and coordinating difficult
assignments. Modification of established guidelines and initiation of new approaches is necessary. Makes
independent decisions in planning, organizing and completing technical assignments. Work is reviewed for
soundness of judgment but accepted technically as accurate and feasible. Work is assigned in terms of
objectives and priorities but informed guidance is available. Advises on technical problems and supervision, and
may plan, schedule and review work of professional geophysicists and technicians. May make recommendations
May have responsibility for coordinating geophysical work assignments and making recommendations on
technical applications developed by other professional personnel or consultants. May involve the direct
supervision of a group of professionals. Provides guidance and training to less experienced staff. Checks work for
accuracy and completeness. As a specialist, conducts special, complex and advanced level studies. Work is
generally reviewed for results only. Makes independent decisions within broad guidelines and policies. May make
recommendations concerning selection, training, discipline and remuneration of staff. Usual qualifications include
a university degree in geophysics with a minimum of 10 years' related experience.
Incumbent is considered an authority in a geophysical field of specialization and acts as a technical consultant to
the organization. This level is a dual-stream first level managerial position. Incumbents may be responsible for
directing a staff of professional and support employees or act as a technical specialist. Responsible for planning
and directing large programs/projects; sets priorities and allocates resources; makes necessary decisions on all
day-to-day operating matters within constraints of company policy. Receives work in terms of broad objectives.
This incumbent is considered a leading authority in the field of geophysics, both within the organization, and
outside the organization by other recognized experts in the field. This individual is the final point of consultation in
the most complex geophysics problems.
Responsible for major geophysical projects requiring a high level of skill and experience. Develops new
techniques and procedures as necessary and provides technical guidance on complex projects. Works under
general direction with projects subject to management review. Functions as a project leader and selects
professionals to form project teams. Requires 12 to 15 years of broad geophysical experience with a B.S., M.S. or
Provides support in the development, coordination and implementation of industrial hygiene program.
Responsibilities include: anticipation, recognition, assessment and control of occupational health hazards such as
toxic contaminants and chemicals, noise, NORM, Legionella, molds, indoor air quality, and workplace design
(ergonomics). Recognizes, evaluates and monitors environmental factors that may impair the health of
employees or the efficiency of work operations. Develops and recommends corrective action to eliminate, control
or reduce occupational health problems. Must be knowledgeable about health regulations.
This position is responsible for all joint venture activities related to production properties. Ensures maximum cash
flow from joint interest investments. Makes recommendations on enhancements, maintenance or disposition of
assets. Represents the company on operating committees, and acts as company spokesperson with regard to
negotiating units and all other agreements related to joint venture properties. Annually establishes capital,
production and operating budgets for non-operated properties. This position normally reports to the Top
Production Executive, or Top Exploration & Production Executive.
Incumbent acts as a Joint Ventures Administrator and provides administrative support for all aspects of joint
ventures operations. Responsible for monitoring the administrative aspects of joint venture agreements, liaising
with partners and other departments, mailing and tracking ballots and AFEs, and maintaining databases. Usual
qualifications include an industry diploma with minimal experience or a high school diploma and 3 years'
This position provides assistance in making technical recommendations in response to joint venture proposals by
operators of joint venture properties. Assists with providing technical recommendations regarding the company's
participation in non-operated activities based on input from reservoir and production engineering and exploration
divisions. Usual qualifications include a university degree with a minimum of 3 years' related experience.
Incumbent acts as a fully qualified joint ventures specialist. Performs daily operational activities and provides
technical recommendations regarding the company's participation in joint venture properties. Negotiates joint
venture agreements of a less complex nature. May coordinate and review the work of more junior Joint Ventures
Representatives. Usual qualifications include a university degree and 5 years' related experience.
Reports to the Joint Ventures Manager and is responsible for providing technical recommendations in response
to joint venture proposals by operators of joint venture properties. Assists the Joint Ventures Manager by
independently planning and executing day-to-day operational activities. Provides technical recommendations
regarding the company's participation in non-operated activities based on input from reservoir and production
engineering and exploration devices. Acts as an advanced specialist and negotiates joint venture agreements
with a large degree of complexity. Usual qualifications include a university degree with 8 years' related
Incumbent is considered an authority in the Joint Ventures field. This is a dual-stream first level
managerial/supervisory position. Incumbents may be responsible for directing a staff of professionals and
perhaps support employees or acting as a technical expert. The nature of the role is often strategic, and the
incumbent may work closely with managers involved in the organization's long-range planning. The incumbent is
heavily involved in joint venture negotiations, and is focused on relationship management. May provide
assistance to the Manager Joint Ventures, and serve on committees/sub-committees. Usual qualifications include
Responsible for managing activities of maintenance area to support production in meeting their goals.
Coordinates specifications and procurement of capital expenditures. Responsible for planning, coordination, and
direction of all maintenance operations, up to and including installation of equipment, preventative maintenance,
and facility/equipment repair to support manufacturing. Requires extensive technical knowledge of facilities and
equipment. Typically requires a bachelor's degree and 8 or more years of experience in maintenance,
This function is responsible for managing marketing and sales programs of the organization. Areas of
specialization may include contracts/regulatory, crude oil marketing, gas marketing, natural gas liquids (NGL)
marketing, trading, transportation and supply, gas controls, or a combination of the aforementioned. This position
obtains market intelligence with respect to market opportunities and is the primary contact for major customers.
Responsible for the selection, training and supervision of all marketing staff. May have responsibility for trading,
transportation, supply, gas control, or contracts/regulatory. This position normally supervises a small group of
At this level, incumbents perform general marketing assignments of limited scope in the course of developing
their knowledge of basic marketing practices. Receives training assignments designed to provide sales and
negotiation experience in areas including crude & NGL marketing, gas marketing, or a combination of the
aforementioned. Usual qualifications include a university degree with minimal experience; technical school
diploma with a minimum of 2 years' related experience.
This is the intermediate level at which incumbents perform specific assignments of moderate scope in the course
of expanding their knowledge of basic marketing practices in the areas of work. Areas include crude & NGL
marketing, gas marketing, or a combination of the aforementioned. May be responsible for soliciting sales and
negotiating contracts. Competent to work on several phases of activity, but requires instruction and guidance in
the preparation and execution of a sale. Emphasis is on gaining an understanding of practices and procedures.
Usual qualifications include a university degree with a minimum of 2 years' related experience; technical school
Possesses a complete understanding of their area. Areas include crude & NGL marketing, gas marketing, or a
combination of the aforementioned. Solicits sales and negotiates contracts for mid-sized accounts. May also
administer contracts in some organizations. Operates in a complex marketing environment utilizing sound
judgment in order to maximize revenue and production. Usual qualifications include a university degree with a
minimum of 4 years' related experience; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Incumbents work on assignments that are complex with little precedence and require specialized knowledge and
skills. Areas of specialty include crude & NGL marketing, gas marketing, or a combination of the aforementioned.
Recognized in the company as specialist within the marketing function. May work as a team leader on projects
requiring an advanced knowledge of methods, processes, and techniques. Has full technical knowledge of all
phases of activity, and may also instruct, direct and check the work of junior personnel. Incumbents in the area
start to exhibit leadership characteristics through participation in the formation and implementation of longer-term
Incumbents may supervise or act as an advanced specialist while instructing, guiding, training and aiding in
development of less experienced personnel. Demonstrates a broad business and technical knowledge in
resolving problems and defining new opportunities. Areas of specialty include crude & NGL marketing, gas
marketing, or a combination of the aforementioned. May make decisions on personnel actions (hiring,
terminations, promotions, etc.). Takes a leading role in formulating and evaluating complex marketing programs.
Under limited supervision. Responsible for monitoring computer-based measurement systems, identifying
problems and discrepancies in receipt and evaluation of EFM and other measurement data. Resolves audit
exception reports, analyzes, evaluates and identifies volume discrepancies at the major delivery and receipt
measurement points. Coordinates and monitors receipt and input of outside reported volume information.
Provides input on decisions and is considered to be a competent, qualified member of gas measurement team.
Duties include reviewing and verifying measurement data from charts and electronic recorders. Reviews various
types of measurement data to resolve discrepancies, maintain integrity of records, and verify volumes.
Highest non-engineer measurement position. Develops measurement standards and stays current with new
measurement technology. Is the measurement subject matter expert to identify problems and discrepancies in
measurement data, processes, and or equipment. Represents the organization in industry committees involving
Portfolio & Proprietary Traders undertake all of the responsibilities of the Portfolio Traders, including executing
forward trades for the company's supply or demand portfolios, in order to achieve sales and/or supply
requirements and working to achieve price targets. In addition, these Traders also undertake speculative trades
for profit. Accordingly, they work to achieve both price and profit targets. At this level, incumbents perform specific
trading assignments of moderate scope in the course of expanding their knowledge of basic practices. Emphasis
is placed on gaining a thorough understanding of the supply/demand of the commodity.
Portfolio & Proprietary Traders undertake all of the responsibilities of the Portfolio Traders, including executing
forward trades for the company's supply or demand portfolios, in order to achieve sales and/or supply
requirements and working to achieve price targets. In addition, these Traders also undertake speculative trades
for profit. Accordingly, they work to achieve both price and profit targets. At this level, incumbents are considered
fully qualified Traders, utilizing sound judgment when dealing with routine transactions.
Portfolio & Proprietary Traders undertake all of the responsibilities of the Portfolio Traders, including executing
forward trades for the company's supply or demand portfolios, in order to achieve sales and/or supply
requirements and working to achieve price targets. In addition, these Traders also undertake speculative trades
for profit. Accordingly, they work to achieve both price and profit targets. At this level, incumbents work on trading
assignments that are more complex with less precedence and require specialized knowledge and skills.
The Portfolio Management and Analytics function provides support to the trading business by building tools to
analyze the risk exposure of traders, using those tools to measure, report and communicate risk levels, and/or
performing research and analytics around the supply and demand of commodities. At this level, incumbents
perform specific assignments of limited scope, within established policies and procedures.
The Portfolio Management and Analytics function provides support to the trading business by building tools to
analyze the risk exposure of traders, using those tools to measure, report and communicate risk levels, and/or
performing research and analytics around the supply and demand of commodities. This is the fully-qualified level,
at which incumbents perform various assignments independently that require thorough knowledge of quantitative
The Portfolio Management and Analytics function provides support to the trading business by building tools to
analyze the risk exposure of traders, using those tools to measure, report and communicate risk levels, and/or
performing research and analytics around the supply and demand of commodities. At this level, the incumbent
requires extensive technical and analytical skills, and uses judgment in setting priorities to complete assignments.
Portfolio Traders execute forward trades for the company's supply or demand portfolios, in order to achieve sales
and/or supply requirements. These Traders work to achieve price targets, and their success is often measured by
the purchase or sale price they achieve relative to index prices. Portfolio Traders do not undertake naked
speculative trades strictly for profit. At this level, incumbents perform specific trading assignments of moderate
scope in the course of expanding their knowledge of basic practices. Emphasis is placed on gaining a thorough
understanding of the supply/demand of the commodity.
Portfolio Traders execute forward trades for the company's supply or demand portfolios, in order to achieve sales
and/or supply requirements. These Traders work to achieve price targets, and their success is often measured by
the purchase or sale price they achieve relative to index prices. Portfolio Traders do not undertake naked
speculative trades strictly for profit. At this level, incumbents are considered fully qualified Portfolio Traders,
utilizing sound judgment when dealing with routine transactions.
Portfolio Traders execute forward trades for the company's supply or demand portfolios, in order to achieve sales
and/or supply requirements. These Traders work to achieve price targets, and their success is often measured by
the purchase or sale price they achieve relative to index prices. Portfolio Traders do not undertake naked
speculative trades strictly for profit. At this level, incumbents work on trading assignments that are more complex
with less precedence and require specialized knowledge and skills.
Supervises all project managers. Responsible for developing execution plans to achieve project milestones and
to minimize costs for several different project areas. Establishes project strategy and monitors critical path
schedules and deliverables. Develops project execution plans in support of established strategies. Typically holds
an engineering degree or technical trades certification plus fifteen or more years of experience in large
Responsible for developing execution plans to achieve project milestones and to minimize costs for a single
project or area. Oversees project execution and monitors critical path schedules and deliverables. Provides input
to design of project execution plans. Typically holds a technical trades certification with fifteen or more years of
experience. Typically reports to the Project Director.
Responsible for Quality Assurance/Control (QA/QC) for assigned projects. Prepares weekly QA/QC reports on all
activities within scope of assigned projects. Reviews and approves quality plans and procedures for assigned
projects. Resolves or expedites resolution of any quality issues with third parties and/or suppliers. Continuously
monitors sub-contractors to ensure compliance with approved quality plans and procedures. Coordinates with
construction to ensure that the required personnel support activities at all locations associated with their assigned
projects are in place. Typically has seven to ten years of QA/QC experience in construction and fabrication in
both shop and field environments, including experience managing pressure equipment fabrication and completion
(piping and vessels) as well as structural steel fabrication. Typically reports to the Project Quality Assurance
Responsible for overall quality control for assigned project(s). Ensures all quality control requirements, including
inspection and testing of `in progress' and completed systems and installations comply with established
standards. Performs audits on construction activities against contractors' submitted quality control plans.
Maintains audit and surveillance records including follow-up. Accepts or rejects work/turnover packages.
Supervises quality inspectors. Has indirect responsibility for contractors' work. Typically reports to the Project
Director or Construction Director. Requires an engineering degree with at least fifteen years of experience with
quality management programs in major construction projects OR a technical diploma with at least twenty years of
Responsible for quality assurance or control in assigned project area(s). Ensures QA/QC requirements, including
inspection and testing of `in progress' and completed systems and installations are in compliance with established
parameters. Performs audits on construction activities against submitted quality control plans. Maintains audit and
surveillance records including follow-up. Accepts or rejects work/turnover packages. Typically has five to seven
years of experience in field inspection. Is a certified journeyman in discipline or holds equivalent qualifications and
experience. Frequently also holds NDE qualifications. Good working knowledge of NDE, materials and welding
requirements. Typically reports to the Project Quality Assurance Supervisor.
Assist in Analyzing and monitoring regulatory issues and documents recommendations for the organization
regarding regulatory strategy. Provides support to the organization for public hearings. Assists in the preparation
of materials for the company for industry association committees meetings. Participates in the process to
maintain regulatory compliance. Usual qualifications include a university degree with minimal experience.
Performs basic analyses and monitoring of regulatory issues and assists in the developing recommendations for
the organization regarding regulatory strategy. Provides support to the organization for public hearings. Assists in
the preparation of materials for the company for industry association committees meetings. Participates in the
process to maintain regulatory compliance. Usual qualifications include a university degree and 3 years of related
Analyzes and monitors regulatory issues and develops recommendations for the organization regarding
regulatory strategy. Provides support to the organization for public hearings. Represents the company at industry
association committees and acts as a liaison with government and regulatory officials. Participates in the process
to maintain regulatory compliance. Usual qualifications include a university degree with 3 to 5 years' related
This position evaluates current and planned operations against legal and regulatory requirements, identifies
current or potential legal/regulatory conflicts, and coordinates efforts to fix non-compliance situations in a
resource-efficient manner. Maintains knowledge of laws and regulations. Usual qualifications include a university
degree with 5 to 8 years' related experience.
This position steers the development and implementation of corporate strategies regarding regulatory matters.
Monitors trends in regulatory activities and assesses impacts of regulatory matters on the company. Supports the
energy marketing group in negotiations and the preparation of contracts and other documents. At this level,
incumbents may supervise or act as an advanced regulatory specialist while instructing, guiding, training and
aiding in development of less experienced personnel.
Oversees operations of cranes and rigging performed by contracted crane operators and rigging specialists.
Does not operate cranes. Responsible for planning, scheduling and coordinating all major lifts on site.
Coordinates lifts and use of rigging equipment; reviews rigging plans and equipment prior to lift. Prepares rigging
diagrams and plans for approval. Reviews transportation plans and erection of heavy equipment into site and
within site. Requests assistance of soils, civil and safety experts to confirm loading under cranes poles and at
deadmen. Locates all deadmen anchors. Assures all safety regulations are met.
Primary responsibilities include the development and administration of policies and programs to ensure all
facilities are in compliance with Federal and local occupational health and safety guidelines/legislation and other
safety and health requirements. Ensures employee safety programs are developed and carried out. May be
responsible for hazardous waste control and disposal activities including training, collection, disposal, and records
maintenance and for conservation programs within the organization. Typically reports to a Top Safety Executive
This position is responsible for the planning and management of company safety, loss prevention and
environmental programs. Develops corporate safety and environmental strategies. Ensures all company
operations are conducted to minimize environmental impacts to company property, equipment and the
surrounding environment. Oversees environmental assessments and audits of company operations ensuring
compliance with both government and company regulations and policies, and conducts special investigations
related to environmental concerns, as required. Ensures safety and emergency plans comply with government
regulations and that appropriate training programs are in place. Supervises safety and/or environment personnel.
Receives work in terms of broad objectives. Normally reports to a Top Administration Executive, Top Production
Receives training and development in the area(s) of safety and/or environment. Provides advice/co-ordination
and technical support to field/plant operating team. Assists in analysis of tests, operating problems, quality control
program, corrosion, cathodic protection, meter inspections, and meter proving. Incumbents normally require a
Petroleum Technology Diploma or equivalent, safety training, Corrosion Technology, Environment Expertise,
Welding Inspection (QC), knowledge of hazard communication standards and Quality Control/Owners Inspection.
Receives ongoing development in the area(s) of safety and/or environment. Provides advice/coordination and
technical support to field/plant operating team. Assists in analysis of tests, operating problems, quality control
program, corrosion, cathodic protection, meter inspections, and meter proving. Incumbents normally require a
Petroleum Technology Diploma or equivalent, safety training, Corrosion Technology, Environment Expertise,
Welding Inspection (QC), knowledge of hazard communication standards and Quality Control/Owners Inspection.
Performs responsible and varied safety or environmental activities. Safety duties may include directing and
administering various safety training programs, maintaining records, investigating accidents, preparing claim
applications, etc. Has complete understanding of safety principles, concepts, practices, standards and regulations
and full knowledge of BOP and H2S training. Environment role includes responsibility for the development,
implementation and maintenance of environmental programs. Prepares and maintains environmental documents
and records. These positions may report to the Superintendent or Human Resources Manager. Well developed
professional judgment is required in planning and performing assignments. Difficult or unusual matters or
decisions are usually referred to more senior levels. May act as the key safety/environmental position in small
Position is responsible for planning, implementing and administering safety and environment programs on behalf
of the company. Reviews, interprets and advises management on complex safety problems. May coordinate the
work of more junior level practitioners. Plans, schedules and arranges own activities in accomplishing objectives.
May have responsibility for all company safety/environment programs at small companies or for the operations
within a geographical region at larger organizations. Normally reports to the Superintendent or Human Resources
Manager. Mature professional judgment is required in planning and performing assignments.
This is the advanced level position responsible for planning, implementing and administering complex safety and
environment programs on behalf of the company. Reviews, interprets and advises management on complex
safety problems. May involve the direct supervision of a group of practitioners. Provides guidance and training to
less experienced staff. Makes independent decisions within broad guidelines and policies. Normally reports to the
Superintendent or Human Resources Manager. Well developed professional judgment is required in planning and
This is a senior management position, overseeing the construction work for a major site or several large sites.
Responsible for scheduling, resource allocations and budgeting for construction projects. Works within project
guidelines set by the Senior Project Director. Establishes the construction strategy for a project. Monitors
construction and financial statements of the project through on-site managers. Typically holds an engineering
degree plus 15-20 years of experience in large construction engagements, oil production or upgrading facilities.
Possesses a full working knowledge of operations in areas of plant, field, drilling and/or completions, construction
and/or reclamation, pipelines, or a combination of the aforementioned. Consults with Superintendent as
necessary but executes independent judgment to determine course of action. Normally reports to the
Shift Traders execute trades within a 24 hour trading window in order to achieve balance between supply and
demand. Trades involve very little risk. Employees in this role have often progressed through operations, or in
smaller organizations, the job may be combined with operations. At this level, incumbents perform specific trading
assignments of moderate scope in the course of expanding their knowledge of basic practices. Emphasis is
placed on gaining a thorough understanding of the supply/demand of the commodity.
Shift Traders execute trades within a 24 hour trading window in order to achieve balance between supply and
demand. Trades involve very little risk. Employees in this role have often progressed through operations, or in
smaller organizations, the job may be combined with operations. At this level, incumbents are considered fully
qualified Shift Traders, utilizing sound judgment when dealing with routine transactions.
Shift Traders execute trades within a 24 hour trading window in order to achieve balance between supply and
demand. Trades involve very little risk. Employees in this role have often progressed through operations, or in
smaller organizations, the job may be combined with operations. At this level, incumbents work on trading
assignments that are more complex with less precedence and require specialized knowledge and skills.
Perform manual and clerical duties involved in the operation of the storeroom and other storage areas such as
pole yard. Receive, unpack, count, weigh or measure, sort, inspect, identify, store, and issue materials, tools, and
equipment. Disassemble and clean material. Rearrange stock. Issue material for jobs according to orders
received. May operate forklift, car, or truck.
This position supervises daily activities, such as production, operations, drilling, maintenance and/or construction
through foreman and their crews. Coordinates activities from a head office or field office environment depending
on area of accountability. This position normally would have progressed up through the Foreman level. This
position normally reports to the Top Executive level or the second highest level of a division.
Main scope of this position is to provide support to more senior field Surface Land Representatives. This
individual acquires surface rights and freehold mineral leases; negotiates crossing agreements, road use
agreements and easements; pipeline right-of-way; settles minor damage claims; and prepares and processes
documents for above items. Usual qualifications include PLA diploma, or an equivalent combination of education
This position possesses a broader scope than Level A, and includes responsibility for routine negotiation of
surface and mineral acquisitions. Assists in conducting rental reviews and negotiations; keeps abreast of
company and industry activity, government regulations, farming practices and trends, land values and recent
prices paid by competitors for surface rights in the acquisition area; prepares applications and performs all tasks
required to obtain rights of entry and pipeline right-of-way where negotiations have failed. Normal qualifications
include a PLA diploma with a minimum of 2 years' related experience, or an equivalent combination of education
Incumbent possesses a solid understanding of regulations and documentation, and has proven negotiation skills.
The incumbent generally undertakes the full scope of field services activities with increased responsibility for
complex acquisitions. Participates in setting strategy for complex freehold mineral leasing programs; initiates
documentation for acquired surface and mineral rights and pipeline right-of-way; investigates and settles damage
claims of a more complex nature. Usual qualifications include a PLA diploma with a minimum of 4 years' related
Incumbent possesses a comprehensive and broad knowledge of regulations, documentation and negotiations.
Recommends fair compensation rentals for leases and consideration for easements and pipeline right-of-way;
develops and maintains contacts with government representatives involved in the administration of public land
disposition and keeps current on applicable legislation and government policies and direction.
Incumbent is highly recognized internally and externally for expertise in the area of field land services. Duties
focus on guiding and advising Landmen or agents on company policies and practices and ensuring consistent
and equitable treatment of surface owners with respect to acquisition of interests and settlement of claims. May
provide training and supervision of field land services personnel.
Expert Level. Incumbent is considered an authority in the surface land field and acts as a technical consultant to
the organization. This is a dual-stream first level managerial/supervisory position. Incumbents may be responsible
for directing a staff of professional and perhaps support employees or act as a technical expert. Responsible for
planning and directing large programs/projects; sets priorities and allocates resources; makes necessary
decisions on all day-to-day matters within constraints of company policy. Receives work in terms of broad
Provides basic technical and clerical support for related professional and technical personnel in the department.
Performs routine assignments. Supervision is readily available and work is normally checked at the completion of
each assignment. Typical assignments are data collection and simple calculations, preparation of maps and
graphs and recording of pertinent data. Computer literacy including software and database management is
required. Usual qualifications include a high school diploma with minimal related experience.
This level performs routine tasks working more independently than Level Ia, using well established procedures.
Provides technical and clerical support for related professional and technical personnel in the department.
Performs independent, routine or repetitive assignments using a variety of simple techniques and standard work
procedures. Works within established guidelines. Computer literacy including software and database
management, as well as a good understanding of basic technical concepts is required. Usual qualifications
include a high school diploma with a minimum of 2 years' related experience. May also be enrolled in, or have
Level of responsibility is similar to a Technologist Level A. Typical duties may include inspection, testing, repair,
installation and equipment repair. Incumbent receives training but uses some specialized skills where technical
experience can be applied to assigned tasks. Assists more experienced Technicians, Technologists and
professionals in technical assignments. Assignments are received in specific terms and are checked for
completeness and accuracy. Uses standard procedures in completing assignments. Advanced computer literacy
is required. Usual qualifications include an accredited one or two-year technical diploma meeting the
requirements of a professional technical designation, with a minimum of 3 years experience. Incumbent may hold
a professional technical designation. Non-technical school graduates may be considered in this and subsequent
levels if there is a reasonable "equivalency" attained through practical experience (typically high school diploma
Responsibilities are similar to those of a Technologist Level B, or Engineers, Geologists, and Geophysicists Level
A. Examines assignments, objectives and instructions to select procedures and actions to resolve assigned
problems. Duties are usually in a specific area of specialization. Responsibilities are more varied and complex
than those of lower level technicians. Assignments are generally received in more diverse terms and are reviewed
when complete for accuracy and reasonableness of results. May be required to make preliminary interpretations
of data. Advanced computer literacy, as well as a good understanding of technical concepts is required. Usual
qualifications include an accredited one or two-year technical diploma meeting the requirements of a professional
technical designation, with a minimum of 6 years' related experience; high school diploma with a minimum of 8
This is the level where technical expertise can be equated to a Technologist Level C, or an Engineer, Geologist,
or Geophysicist Level B. Performs moderately complex work assignments requiring considerable technical
expertise. Gathers, selects, analyzes and interprets data. May involve development of new procedures or
modifications of existing procedures and providing results, opinions or recommendations. Assignments are
judged by results expected and the attainment of monetary and timing targets. Uses discretion and judgment in
resolving problems. May supervise or give technical guidance to one or more junior Technicians, or may be
considered a specialist. May be considered an expert in the field of computers. Usual qualifications include an
accredited one or two-year technical diploma meeting the requirements of a professional technical designation,
with a minimum of 8 years' related experience; high school diploma with a minimum of 10 years' progressive and
Incumbent receives training but uses some specialized skills where technical experience can be applied to
assigned tasks. Assists more experienced Technologists and professionals in technical assignments.
Assignments are received in specific terms and are checked for completeness and accuracy. Uses standard
procedures in completing assignments. Advanced computer literacy, including the use of personal computers and
related software for data management, is required. Usual qualifications include an accredited two or three-year
Responsibilities are similar to those of Engineers, Geologists, and Geophysicists Level A. Assignments require a
good technical understanding of the basics and proven skills. Responsibilities are more varied and complex than
lower level technologists. Assignments are generally received in more diverse terms and are reviewed when
complete for accuracy and reasonableness of results. May be required to make preliminary interpretations of
data. Advanced computer literacy, including software and database management, as well as a good
understanding of technical concepts is required. Usual qualifications include an accredited two or three-year
technical diploma/degree, with a minimum of 2 years' related experience.
This is the level where technical expertise can be equated to an Engineer, Geologist, or Geophysicist Level B.
Performs moderately complex work assignments requiring considerable technical expertise. Gathers, selects,
analyzes and interprets data. May involve development of new procedures or modifications of existing procedures
and providing results, opinions or recommendations. Assignments are judged by results expected and the
attainment of monetary and timing targets. Uses discretion and judgment in resolving problems. May supervise or
give technical guidance to one or more junior Technologists, or may be considered a specialist. May be
considered an expert in the field of computers. Usual qualifications include an accredited two or three-year
technical diploma/degree, with a minimum of 5 years' related experience.
This is a senior level position where the incumbent is fully specialized, or acts as a group leader to lower level
Technologists. Responsibilities are similar to an Engineer, Geologist, or Geophysicist Level C. May involve
planning, directing and coordinating difficult and responsible assignments, the modification of established
guidelines and the initiation of new approaches if necessary. Work is reviewed for soundness of judgment and
accepted as technically accurate and feasible. Work is assigned in terms of objectives and priorities but informed
guidance is available. May delegate work assignments, advise on technical problems and review work of lower
level Technologists for completeness and accuracy. Typically has advanced knowledge of computer applications
Incumbents have expertise in a given field and working knowledge of related fields. Conducts and directs
complex projects with a high degree of independence. Displays originality and ingenuity in the development of
plans and programs. Responsibilities are similar to a senior level technical professional. May perform regular
supervisory activities of highly skilled Technologists. Similar computer knowledge as outlined in Technologist D.
Incumbent has in depth knowledge and expertise in a given field and a broad understanding of the inter-
relationships of various technical functions. Makes independent decisions within broad guidelines. Conducts and
directs complex projects. May provide guidance, leadership and training to less experienced technical staff. Is
viewed as a technical expert from whom others seek advice and direction.
This is the top engineering position with responsibility for the direction and management of the engineering and
associated project activities of the organization. Works with manufacturing and research managers to design,
develop, and modify the products and facilities of the organization. Coordinates implementation of product and
facilities changes and the costing and purchasing of associated materials and equipment. Assesses
manufacturing processes and environmental conditions to ensure compliance with local and federal regulatory
agencies and organization safety standards. Frequently reports to a Chief Executive Officer or Chief Operating
Officer. Note: Reporting entity is Corporate. This is generally a single incumbent position. Only one employee, the
This is the top engineering position with responsibility for the direction and management of the engineering and
associated project activities of the organization. Works with manufacturing and research managers to design,
develop, and modify the products and facilities of the organization. Coordinates implementation of product and
facilities changes and the costing and purchasing of associated materials and equipment. Assesses
manufacturing processes and environmental conditions to ensure compliance with local and federal regulatory
agencies and organization safety standards. Frequently reports to a Chief Executive Officer or Chief Operating
Officer of a Subsidiary, Group or Division. Note: Reporting entity is Subsidiary, Group or Division. This is generally
a single incumbent position. Only one employee, the most senior individual, per organization entity should be
Responsible for planning and directing all engineering activities to diagnose and rectify environmental problems
involving the organization, employees, and the public. Represents the organization at environmental and
regulatory hearings and legislative meetings. Oversees various engineering disciplines to preserve or improve air,
soil, and water quality. Frequently reports to a Top Legal Executive or Top Regulatory/Government Affairs
Executive. Note: This is generally a single incumbent position. Only one employee, the most senior individual, per
This position is responsible for the marketing of crude oil, natural gas, and by-products produced by the
organization. The incumbent is normally responsible for identifying new market opportunities, keeping
transportation avenues open, and developing contacts with purchasers (either transportation or end users). This
position may conduct marketing activities domestically and in export markets. Depending upon the size of the
organization, may interface with the production and exploration departments or with the gas supply &
transportation department to ensure gas supplies meet demand. This position will normally supervise a small staff
consisting of Marketing, Sales and Contracts personnel. Reports directly to the President or Chief Executive
Officer. If the incumbent has only downstream responsibility, do not match to this position. Note: Reporting entity
is Corporate. This is generally a single incumbent position. Only one employee, the most senior individual, per
organization entity should be reported. Do not match this position if employee is responsible for both marketing
This position is responsible for the marketing of crude oil, natural gas, and by-products produced by the
organization. The incumbent is normally responsible for identifying new market opportunities, keeping
transportation avenues open, and developing contacts with purchasers (either transportation or end users). This
position may conduct marketing activities domestically and in export markets. Depending upon the size of the
organization, may interface with the production and exploration departments or with the gas supply &
transportation department to ensure gas supplies meet demand. This position will normally supervise a small staff
consisting of Marketing, Sales and Contracts personnel. Reports directly to the President or Chief Executive
Officer. If the incumbent has only downstream responsibility, do not match to this position. Note: Reporting entity
is Subsidiary, Group or Division. This is generally a single incumbent position. Only one employee, the most
senior individual, per organization entity should be reported. Do not match this position if employee is responsible
Responsible for the development, implementation, and enforcement of the compliance program. Consults on an
ongoing basis on related issues with operation managers and executives. Ensures conformance with applicable
laws and regulations and ensures regular training is conducted on regulatory affairs/compliance issues.
Frequently reports to a Top Legal Executive. Note: This is generally a single incumbent position. Only one
employee, the most senior individual, per organization entity should be reported. If your position is responsible for
utilities rates regulations, please match to Top Rates and Regulatory Affairs Executive position.
Establishes policies and programs to provide healthy and safe working conditions throughout the organization's
facilities and work sites. Responsible for compliance with Occupational Health & Safety legislation
requirements and/or other governmental or organization established standards. Directs audits of safety programs,
and identifies and controls significant loss producing exposures. Typically reports to the Chief Executive Officer,
Top Administrative Executive, or Top Human Resources Executive. Note: This is generally a single incumbent
position. Only one employee, the most senior individual, per organization entity should be reported.
Responsible for corporate purchasing, inventory, traffic logistical support, export, production scheduling, and
control. Assures that organization standard procedures are followed in the above areas. Maintains liaison
between organization manufacturing, financial, and operational arms regarding associated costs, order
requirements and trends, and material flow, as well as stockage. Evaluates the above relationships and makes
recommendations regarding inventory, purchasing, and logistics that would be most favorable financially and yet
assure deliverability of organization product line. Must have world wide purchasing and materials responsibility.
Typically reports to a Chief Operating Officer or the Top Operations Executive. Note: Reporting entity is
Corporate. This is generally a single incumbent position. Only one employee, the most senior individual, per
Responsible for corporate purchasing, inventory, traffic logistical support, export, production scheduling, and
control. Assures that organization standard procedures are followed in the above areas. Maintains liaison
between organization manufacturing, financial, and operational arms regarding associated costs, order
requirements and trends, and material flow, as well as stockage. Evaluates the above relationships and makes
recommendations regarding inventory, purchasing, and logistics that would be most favorable financially and yet
assure deliverability of organization product line. Must have world wide purchasing and materials responsibility.
Typically reports to a Chief Operating Officer or the Top Operations Executive. Note: Reporting entity is
Subsidiary, Group or Division. This is generally a single incumbent position. Only one employee, the most senior
Responsible for managing the transportation and exchange activities required to transport oil or gas products to
various locations. Maintains relationships with existing shippers and prepares amendments to existing
agreements. Supervises Transportation/Supply Representatives. Typically reports to a Director or Top Executive
At this level, incumbents perform general transportation/supply assignments of limited scope in the course of
developing their knowledge of basic negotiation and transportation practices involved in implementing sales
agreements. Receives training assignments designed to provide experience in areas including gas control,
supply, transportation, or a combination of the aforementioned. Competent to work on several phases of
activities, but requires instruction and guidance in other phases. Usual qualifications include a university degree
with minimal experience; technical school diploma with a minimum of 2 years' related experience.
This is the intermediate level at which incumbents perform specific transportation/supply assignments of
moderate scope in the course of expanding their knowledge of basic practices in the areas of work. Areas include
gas control, supply, transportation, or a combination of the aforementioned. Competent to work on most phases
of activities. Emphasis on gaining an understanding of practices and procedures that are involved in monitoring
product movement, preparing economic valuations of transportation bids, and/or evaluating various service
responsibilities in gathering, transporting and exchanging product. Usual qualifications include a university degree
with a minimum of 2 years' related experience; technical school diploma with a minimum of 4 years' related
At this level, incumbents are considered fully qualified transportation/supply analysts, possessing a complete
understanding of their area. Responsibilities may include monitoring product movement, preparing economic
valuations of transportation bids, or evaluating various service responsibilities in gathering, transporting and
exchanging product. Areas include gas control, supply, transportation, or a combination of the aforementioned.
Operates in a complex marketing environment utilizing sound judgment. Usual qualifications include a university
degree with a minimum of 4 years' related experience; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
At this level, incumbents work on transportation/supply assignments that are complex with little precedence and
require specialized knowledge and skills. Areas of specialty include gas control, supply, transportation, or a
combination of the aforementioned. Recognized in the company as a specialist within the function. May work as a
team leader on projects requiring an advanced knowledge of methods, processes, and techniques. Has full
technical knowledge of all phases of activity, and may also instruct, direct and check the work of junior personnel.
Incumbents in the area start to exhibit leadership characteristics through participation in the formation and
At this level, incumbents may supervise or act as an advanced transportation/supply specialist while instructing,
guiding, training and aiding in development of less experienced personnel. Demonstrates a broad business and
technical knowledge in resolving problems and defining new opportunities. Areas of specialty include gas control,
supply, transportation, or a combination of the aforementioned. May make decisions on personnel actions (hiring,
terminations, promotions, etc.). Takes a leading role in formulating and evaluating complex marketing programs.
Contributes to the annual profit planning process.
This position is responsible for maintaining the organization's inventory. Typical duties include maintaining and
managing stock levels within the warehouse, performing annual cycle count of inventory and reconciling
differences, assisting clients with locating items, issuing materials, managing systems contract vendors for
adherence to contract terms, performing analysis of inventory levels, and assisting with all facets of the material
handling process. Works under general supervision and may report to the Warehouse III. Usual qualifications
Responsible for the procurement, warehousing, movement and accounting control of material and equipment
needed for drilling, producing and transmission of oil and gas. Assists with audits and ensures accurate records
are maintained. May be responsible for expediting material, equipment and disposal of surplus items. May
supervise more junior warehouse positions. This is typically the last step for progression within a warehouse role.
Usual qualifications include a high school diploma with a minimum of 6 years' field experience and a strong
Responsible for leading or supervising the field warehouse operation in a manner that provides efficiency and
profitability, trouble free equipment, and a safe working environment. Supervises employees who receive, store,
distribute, and/or repair equipment or raw materials.
Responsible for using drilling experience plus product knowledge to maximize bit and/or coring performance while
drilling. Evaluates operating parameters and recommends possible changes to improve performance. Evaluates
and analyzes wear of the bit when bit is pulled out of the hole at rig-site. May conduct work under some
supervision. Typically requires a high school education or equivalent and some direct experience.
Works with field sales team on developing/executing in-store promotions. Conducts business analysis and makes
recommendations on business reviews, marketing plans and sales fundamentals. Develops expertise on
competitive manufacturers, local consumer insights, regional differences and key customers. Develops and
implements selling concepts and tools to support category projects. Works with team members to prepare plans
and deals with suppliers, agencies, legal approvals, etc. for direct to consumer and in-store communication. May
manage daily activities of consumer database sources (e.g., AC Nielsen).
Responsible for achieving volume and share targets for assigned projects by creating and executing the right
category management plans. Implements category management approaches within the organization, and applies
these externally, working collaboratively with customers and field sales. Works closely with customer
management group to ensure alignment and execution against the category and brand strategies. Coordinates
category management joint-working projects with key customers and provides the tools required. Based on the
experiences gained with customers, provides feedback and analysis to consumer marketing and
category/channel development to enhance category and brand strategies. Provides general and customer-
specific selling stories in support of new product and/or marketing initiatives. Provides post-launch support and
recommendations to sales and customers through performance tracking and analysis. Plays an integral role in
enhancing customer demand in a cost-effective way. May manage consumer database sources (e.g., AC
Responsible for setting up, operating, maintaining and taking down cementing service equipment. Minimum
qualifications include a high school diploma with minimal related experience.
Responsible for managing the operations of a refinery control laboratory to monitor the quality and consistency of
the refinery's raw materials and finished products. Manages the preparation of staff schedules for laboratory
personnel and the selection and requisition of laboratory materials and equipment. Reviews laboratory test data
for quality control purposes. Prepares or supervises the preparation of analytical and technical laboratory reports.
Responsible for assisting in the installation of well completion products. Under direct supervision, assists with pre-
job product and service equipment preparation (assembly, test, mobilization), and with product installation at the
well site. Assists with post-job demobilization, clean up, and repair of service equipment and products.
Responsible for installation of well completion products. Under limited supervision, conducts pre-job product and
service equipment preparation (assembly, test, mobilization), and product installation at the well site. Assists with
post-job demobilization, clean up, and repair of service equipment and products.
Fully proficient in the installation of well completion products. Independently conducts pre-job product and service
equipment preparation (assembly, test, mobilization), and product installation at the well site. Also conducts post-
job demobilization, clean up, and repair of service equipment and products.
Acts as the lead for the group; providing work direction and training others in group. May be responsible for
additional monitoring of the system and environmental regulations. Adheres to all safety and regulatory
requirements. Generally the most senior career level of job progression or family. Incumbent possesses a broad
knowledge of the area of specialization or has a broad skill set.
Responsible for all work in the mast above the drilling floor. Maintains drilling fluid circulating system and
equipment. Works under direct supervision of the Driller.
Works with the drilling crew on a day-to-day basis on drilling operations and down-hole conditions under the
supervision/direction of the Toolpusher. May assist in the training of crews and has some limited responsibility for
the safety of rig personnel. Typically requires 3 to 5 years of experience.
Responsible for supervising the drilling crew on a day-to-day basis, drilling operations, and downhole conditions
under the general direction of the Toolpusher. Often trains crews and has responsibility for the safety of all rig
personnel. Typically requires five or more years of experience.
Highest engineering position at district level without direct supervisory responsibility. Provides product line
application and performance support, as well as technical sales support. Typically requires a minimum of 4 years'
experience as a Technical Support Engineer or as an Engineer.
Responsible for providing a high level of support to the product line(s), technical selling, key field product
application, well prognosis, and/or completion product performance support. May be top engineering/technical
position in country. Identifies new product opportunities and development strategies. Interfaces with product line
management and local management to support direction and strategies to best capture market opportunities.
Typically requires a high level of knowledge about technology and proper application of tools within 3 or more
product lines and thorough understanding of down hole hydraulics and rig operations. Typically requires a
bachelor's degree in engineering and 8 or more years of related experience.
Manages the operations of a district or product/service. Responsibilities may include employee management and
development, sales, engineering maintenance, inventory management, etc. This is the lowest level of operations
management with profit and loss responsibility.
Responsible for coordinating and supervising activities of service or technical personnel via personnel
assignments, job or project management, administration, and technical support. Responsible for multiple
products/services in multiple legal entities. Typically does not have budgetary responsibility. Monitors daily
progress of job(s) or project(s). Provides some technical guidance and work direction to field staff. Requires a
thorough understanding of customer requirements and of processes and procedures of the operating area.
Typically requires a high school diploma or equivalent and more than 10 years of experience in an oilfield
Responsible for the running of the fishing/remedial tools in and out of the well at the rig-site. Ensures work is
carried out as designed.
Responsible for performing consulting and supervisory activities as required to ensure that fishing jobs are
performed satisfactorily in accordance with company policies and customer requirements. Supervises the tool
preparation activities and operation of all fishing equipment. Trains less experienced employees. Solicits fishing
and rental work. Requires comprehensive understanding of down-hole environment in open-hole and cased hole
Responsible for carrying out a variety of physical activities on the drilling rig floor under the direct supervision of
Responsible for providing onsite service to the operator by measuring, testing, and supervising the running of fluid
mixing and pumping including technical analysis and specific recommendations for controlling fluid properties.
Works under limited supervision. May accompany Sales/Account Representatives making sales calls on the field.
Typically requires a high school education or equivalent and 2 or more years of experience.
Fully proficient in providing onsite service to the operator by measuring, testing, and supervising the running of
fluid mixing and pumping including technical analysis and specific recommendations for controlling fluid
properties. Works independently and may coach entry level representatives. May make sales calls on the field
and field office level or accompany Sales/Account Representatives performing the same function. Typically
requires a high school education or equivalent and 5 or more years of experience.
Responsible for providing onsite service to the operator in particularly challenging problems involving fluid mixing
and pumping. Provides expert technical analysis and specific recommendations for controlling fluid properties.
May make sales calls on the field and field office level or accompany Sales/Account Representatives, serving as
a technical expert resource. May train and often directs the work of entry level representatives. Typically requires
a high school education or equivalent and 8 or more years of experience.
This position is responsible for overall logistics planning including forecasting, modeling, and inventory
projections. Supervises various logistics staff. Coordinates the movement of both material and equipment to
facility or to the construction site. This would include the movement and setting of heavy and oversized equipment
such as cranes, reactors and other large vessels, pipe rack and equipment modules. Coordinates all transport
and shipping activity (ocean, rail and road) and associated off-loading, expediting activity. Typically reports to the
Project Director or Construction Director. Typically holds a related post-secondary degree and professional
certification, with ten to fifteen years of experience in logistics management for major construction projects.
Responsible for the preventive maintenance on all engines and rig equipment. Assists mechanics on engine
repair and maintains inventory of hand tools, spare parts, and engine equipment. Works under direct supervision
Under direct supervision, monitors and performs basic interpretation of dynamic measurements associated with
drilling operations. Relays information to contractor, service, and/or company representatives. Typically requires a
2 year technical degree and less than 2 years of experience.
With limited supervision, monitors dynamic measurements associated with drilling operations, and applies subject
matter knowledge in their interpretation. Consults with contractor, service, and/or company representatives
regarding data interpretation. May provide coaching/limited supervision to new specialists. Typically requires a 2
year technical degree and 2 to 5 years of experience.
Responsible for monitoring dynamic measurements associated with drilling operations, and is fully proficient in
interpreting such measurements. Liaises with contractor, service, and/or company representatives regarding data
interpretation. May work in a team, supervise trainees, or work as the sole representative. Typically requires a 2
year technical degree and 5 or more years of experience.
Responsible for new product development or revision of existing products. Reviews raw material supply and cots,
type of blends and lab tests required, and possible effects on product performance, stability and physical
properties. Works closely with technical personnel from other groups to ensure product stability and product
Responsible for managing the design, pricing, and marketing of products and services. Assists in the
establishment of pricing and service parameters, provides direction in development of promotional strategies, and
provides product service support. Typically requires 6 to 8 years of experience and reports to a Director level
Responsible for the marketing strategy of a group of products or brands. Supervises planning and sales
promotions of such products or brands. Prepares annual sales plans for such products, promotional and
advertising efforts, and other meaningful data. Typically in larger organizations this is a senior level manager.
Frequently reports to the Top Sales and Marketing Executive.
Responsible for controlling the evolution of sales of one or more products/brands of the company. Analyzes sales
information, projections, and other meaningful data and prepares forecasts on market evolution and company
products. Coordinates promotions and advertising efforts of products or brands under his/her responsibility.
Provides short term and long term strategic direction and has supervisory responsibilities.
Responsible for managing overall operations function and refining activities. This is the highest operations
position in a single refinery. Typically reports to a manager level position.
Directs the operations of multiple districts or product/service areas through managers. Responsible for market
analysis and strategic planning for region, that is consistent with overall organization plan.
Responsible for managing a research group or formulating and directing research programs leading to new or
improved products, processes, services and equipment within operating units. Provides technical assistance to
top management, planning, scientific and engineering personnel. Devises and maintains records related to
process methods, standards and patent issues.
Works as directed, performs basic or routine experiments. Applies scientific principles and concepts, adheres to
all safety and company procedures. Performs scientific research, works under close supervision. Performs a
variety of routine scientific tasks. Entry level professional requiring Bachelor's Degree in Science and no
Conducts more complex routine phases of projects with supervision, adheres to all safety and company
procedures. Limited exercise of judgment required when less common methods or procedures are necessary.
Detects problems when using standardized procedures.
Carries out fundamental or applied research in the biological or physical sciences or in mathematics requiring
appreciable originality and ingenuity. Works under general supervision with advanced knowledge in a particular
field. May coordinate work of junior research scientists. May represent the laboratory in outside discussions and
Fully competent scientist in all conventional aspects of subject matter or functional area of assigned. Involved in
planning and development of research project, but directly responsible for outcome. Performs complex scientific
tasks and experiments with little direction. Adheres to all safety and company procedures. May represent the
laboratory in outside discussions and technical forums.
Fully competent scientist that can initiate and guide a medium research assignment. May be responsible for
small research projects. Adheres to all safety and company procedures. Likely represents the laboratory in
outside discussions and technical forums.
Responsible for assisting technicians, performing manual labor, and may do truck driving. May be a training
position for loader or operator. Works under close supervision. This is an entry level position and requires no
experience. Typically under the direct supervision of the Driller.
Sells products and/or services to new or existing customers. Handles smaller accounts. Interacts with established
customers and performs follow up. May develop and refer leads to more senior colleagues. Requires some sales
experience and general knowledge of the organization's policies, and products/services and their application. Do
not match Sales Engineers or Technical Sales Representatives to this code. If the incumbent performs technical
sales, match to one of the Technical Sales Representative positions.
Responsible for selling products and services to a wide range of accounts and customers. At minimum, this is a
fully qualified working-level (minimum 4 years' experience) sales position with accountability for achieving specific
sales objectives. Do not match Sales Engineers or Technical Sales Representatives to this code. If the incumbent
performs technical sales, match to one of the Technical Sales Representative positions.
Establishes and maintains sales relationships with major accounts/customers. Designs and implements sales
strategies to reach company goals, and is accountable for increasing sales/client ratio and expanding customer
base. Owns a record of sales achievement alongside a minimum of 8 years' experience. Possesses an advanced
knowledge of own and competitor policies, products and/or services. Ensures the highest standards of integrity in
interfacing with customers and vendors. May have some training responsibility for customers and sales
personnel. Do not match Sales Engineers or Technical Sales Representatives to this code. If the incumbent
performs technical sales, match to one of the Technical Sales Representative positions.
Responsible for the supervision of a team of service specialists for one or more product lines. Team may include
engineers, operators, and/or other specialists.
Responsible for technical selling of products and services to new or existing customers in the field, or at the client
site. Handles smaller accounts and/or less complex products and services. Usually calls at rig-site or other client
site. Requires good technical knowledge of company's products, services, and their applications to customer
needs and requirements. Typically requires a bachelor's degree and 2 or more years of experience. Sales
Engineers would also be matched to this position.
Responsible for technical selling of products and services to new or existing customers in the field, or at the client
site. Maintains a mix of large and small accounts. Usually calls at rig-site or other client site. Requires
comprehensive and specialized technical knowledge of company's products, services, and their application to
customer requirements and competitive market. Typically requires a bachelor's degree and at least 4 years of
experience. Sales Engineers would also be matched to this position.
Under direct supervision, provides technical support and assists with the rigging up and running of various
specialized tools within a single product line (e.g., liner hangers, packers, whipstocks, etc.). Assembles and
prepares tools for rig-site delivery. May receive direction from rig crew during rig up assemblies, running,
cementing, and retrieval operations. Typically requires a high school education or equivalent and less than 3
With limited supervision, provides technical support and oversees the rigging up and running of various
specialized tools within a single product line (e.g., liner hangers, packers, whipstocks, etc.). Assembles and
prepares tools for rig-site delivery and oversees the related processes and procedures associated with setting
and retrieval of the product in the well bore. May consult with rig crew during rig up assemblies, running,
cementing, and retrieval operations. Typically requires a high school education or equivalent and 3 to 6 years of
Responsible for providing technical support and overseeing the rigging up and running of various specialized tools
within a single product line (e.g., liner hangers, packers, whipstocks, etc.). Fully proficient in assembling and
preparing tools for rig-site delivery and overseeing the related processes and procedures associated with setting
and retrieval of the product in the well bore. May liaise with rig crew during rig up assemblies, running, cementing,
and retrieval operations. Typically requires a high school education or equivalent and 7 or more years of oilfield
Provides technical support for product lines, technical selling, product applications, and evaluation of product
performance. Assists with prototype applications and new product introductions. Investigates unusual or
unsatisfactory product performance to determine root cause and preventive action. Typically requires an
Engineering degree and a minimum of 2 years' experience.
Responsible for planning and directing the surface and/or marine product terminal operations of the entire
organization. Coordinates the storage, loading, and unloading of new materials and finished products at truck and
marine terminals to meet needs of supply, distribution, marketing, and operations groups.
Responsible for managing the operation of a single storage terminal. Supervises loading and unloading activities.
Assists in coordinating delivery schedules with shippers and customers. Supervises terminal construction and
repair work. May perform some maintenance work.
Responsible for supervising and coordinating all activities on the drilling rig. Ensures implementation of
contractual terms between operator and contractor. Controls downhole conditions in cooperation with engineers
and consultants. Directs training of all rig personnel and oversees maintenance of all equipment.
Responsible for managing and directing a field operator crew engaged in a variety of duties associated with the
provision of logging or completion services for oil and gas wells. Directs the selection and loading of tools and
equipment required for the job and manages the overall well site operations. Isolates location of field failures and
directs remedial action necessary to ensure continued operation of service. Documents and reports failure and
recommends action to prevent recurrence. Directs operation of service tools and service unit, trains junior
specialists and operators, reviews and appraises performance of subordinates, maintains client relations, and
provides log interpretation as required by clients. Typically requires a 2 year degree/technical university degree,
and pressure, radiation, and explosive certification as well as 7 to 10 years of experience.
Responsible for supervising a field operator crew engaged in a variety of duties associated with the provision of
logging or completion services for oil and gas wells. Plans and organizes performance of service, tools, and
equipment required for the job, directs the selection and loading of tools and equipment, and manages the overall
well site operations. Isolates location of field failures and directs remedial action to ensure continued operation of
service. Documents and reports failure and recommends action to prevent recurrence. Operates the service tools
and runs service unit. Maintains client relations and provides log interpretation as required by clients. Typically
requires a 2 year college/technical university degree as well as pressure, radiation, and explosive certification and
Incumbent receives assignments as a control center operator or scheduler under supervision and continues to
develop awareness of operating procedures. Learns the operation of more complex control center equipment and
procedures. Under direct supervision, performs basic assignments such as operating control systems, monitoring
operating conditions continuously during their shift, responding to upset/alarm conditions appropriately, verifying
meter tickets and custody transfer volumes and advising appropriate parties, generating work orders for the
repair of malfunctioning equipment, logging of pertinent information and ensuring that adequate information
exchange takes place at the end of each shift. Usual qualifications include a technical diploma (or equivalent
Incumbent has a full working knowledge in all aspects of control center operations, and is able to answer
questions about any aspects of their operations while on shift. Under general supervision, responsibilities such as
operating several control systems effectively and without incident, monitoring operating conditions continuously
during their shift, scheduling, responding to upset/alarm conditions appropriately, verifying meter tickets and
custody transfer volumes and advising appropriate parties, generating work orders for the repair of malfunctioning
equipment, logging of pertinent information and ensuring that adequate information exchange takes place at the
end of each shift. Usual qualifications include a technical diploma (or equivalent experience) with four to five
Normally the top control center operator or scheduler. Incumbent has extensive knowledge of all aspects of
control center operations and procedures. Provides shift supervision and is responsible for more complex
problem solving. Assists the Foreman with daily operations and may act as Foreman during an absence. May
provide direction and training to more junior control center operators. Usual qualifications include a high school
Top/lead level with a focus on the supervisory aspects of the position (usually obtainable by promotion or vacancy
only). Incumbents require an in-depth knowledge of production facilities including all areas of battery operations,
compressor stations, well performance, storage facilities, etc. Work is conducted independently. Exercises
judgment in the selection of work methods. Provides work guidance, direction and performance evaluation to
more junior operators. As lead hand, will usually spend a large portion of time supervising contract or
maintenance crews. May provide leadership on a self-directed multi-disciplinary work team. Acts as a relief for
field foreman. Usual qualifications include a high school diploma with a minimum of eight years' related
Incumbents work under close supervision. Typical duties include the operation and maintenance of central
production treatment/storage/compression facilities, and the operation and maintenance of water injection pumps,
related equipment, and various utility support systems including oilfield boilers, centrifugal desanders and
chemical injection equipment. Minimum qualifications typically include a high school diploma with minimal related
Performs routine operating functions and trouble shooting on all equipment. Receives direction from operations
personnel. Is expected to work with minimum direct supervision. Tests and monitors gas and oil wells using
correct procedures. Identifies deficiencies and recommends corrections to existing procedures to ensure the
assigned field meets performance standards. May be called upon to assist in training junior operators. Minimum
qualifications typically include a high school diploma with a minimum of two years’ related oil and gas production
Incumbents have a full working knowledge in all aspects of battery, compressor, and pumping well performance
evaluation. May review the well and operating equipment and provide recommendations for performance
improvement. Capable of operating major sweet gas compressors or major sour field gate battery facilities. May
plan and coordinate the work of contract or maintenance crews. Works with minimum supervision. Minimum
qualifications typically include a high school diploma with four to five years’ related experience.
Top/lead level with a focus on the technical aspects of the position (usually obtainable by promotion or vacancy
rather than external hire). Incumbents require an in-depth knowledge of production facilities including all areas of
battery operations, compressor stations, well performance, storage facilities, etc. Work is conducted
independently. Exercises judgment in the selection of work methods. May act as lead hand providing work
guidance and direction to more junior operators. May provide leadership on a self-directed multi-disciplinary work
team. Able to act as relief for field foreman. Minimum qualifications typically include a high school diploma with a
minimum of eight years' related experience. Progression to this level is typically vacancy driven.
This is the level at which individuals with no previous oil field experience enter into the company. Acts as a
general laborer. Works under close supervision within well defined procedures. Duties involve general field/plant
maintenance or clean-up work. Minimum qualifications include a high school diploma with minimal related
Operates equipment such as: heavy hauler trucks, crawler dozers, graders, other support equipment, and both
hydraulic and electric shovels.
Responsible for coordinating and supervising maintenance tasks performed on facilities and equipment.
Maintains production equipment in a manner that meets organization standards and ensures minimum equipment
downtime. Establishes and maintains preventive maintenance programs and procedures. Oversees
mechanics/technicians who repair and maintain equipment. Administers training programs to ensure proper
operations, preventive maintenance, and repair programs and procedures. Maintains inventory of spare parts.
Typically requires technical training and six years of experience, including supervision. Frequently reports to a
Operates hydraulic or telescoping boom cranes in a heavy industrial site environment. Typically holds a Mobile
Crane Operator Trade Certification.
Incumbent receives assignments as a Pipeline Operator under supervision and aids in developing awareness of
operating procedures. Learns the operation of more complex equipment and procedures. Under direct
supervision, performs basic assignments such as movement of petroleum products, monitoring product quality
and measurement accuracy, metering, sampling and testing procedures, conducting maintenance on equipment,
logging pertinent information, and ensuring compliance with regulations. Usual qualifications include a technical
diploma (or equivalent related experience) and some minimal related industry experience.
Incumbent receives assignments as a Pipeline Operator under supervision and continues to develop awareness
of operating procedures. Learns the operation of more complex equipment and procedures. Under direct
supervision, performs basic assignments such as movement of petroleum products, monitoring product quality
and measurement accuracy, metering, sampling and testing procedures, conducting maintenance on equipment,
logging pertinent information, and ensuring compliance with regulations. Usual qualifications include a technical
diploma (or equivalent related experience) and some related industry experience.
Incumbent has full working knowledge of all aspects of pipeline operations and procedures. Responsible for safe,
accurate movement of petroleum products. Under general supervision, performs activities such as monitoring of
product quality and measurement accuracy, metering, sampling and testing procedures, conducting maintenance
on equipment, logging pertinent information, and ensuring compliance with regulations. Usual qualifications
include a technical diploma (or equivalent related experience) with four to five years’ related experience.
Incumbent has extensive knowledge of pipeline operations and procedures. Independently responsible for the
safe, accurate movement of petroleum products, monitoring product quality and measurement accuracy,
metering, sampling and testing procedures, conducting maintenance on equipment, logging pertinent information
and ensuring compliance with regulations. May provide shift supervision and training to more junior Technicians.
Assists the Foreman with daily operations. May act as Foreman during an absence. Usual qualifications include
a technical diploma (or equivalent related experience) with eight years’ related experience.
Top/lead level with a focus on supervisory aspects of position (usually obtainable by promotion or vacancy rather
than external hire). Normally the top operator level or top control room operator. Incumbents are fully familiar with
all aspects of oil/gas plant or power plant operations and operating procedures. Provides shift supervision and
has some lead operator responsibilities. Assists the Foreman with daily operations and acts for plant foreman
during an absence. Provides on-site direction and training of more junior Operators. May evaluate and review the
performance of junior Operators. Usual entrance qualifications: ticket plants - second class ticket; first class
preferred; eight or more years’ of total industry experience; non-ticket plant - ten or more years’ industry
Typical duties include training and development on oil/gas or power plant equipment and the maintenance of a
safe and clean working environment within the processing facility. Incumbents work under close supervision.
Minimum qualifications typically include a high school diploma with minimal related experience.
Receives assignments as Operator under supervision and continues development on oil/gas or power plant
operating procedures. Learns the operation of more complex equipment. Utilizes technical knowledge gained
through prior training levels, working with minimum supervision. Performs basic operating assignments, such as:
gauging production tanks, changing gas charts, maintaining production records, testing production wells, and
performing pigging operations to prevent flowline blockage. Assists in performing maintenance at assigned
facilities. Can be called upon to assist in training junior Operators. Minimum qualifications typically include a high
school diploma or equivalent with 2-4 years oil and gas industry production experience.
Incumbents have a full working knowledge of plant equipment, operations and monitoring facilities. Ensures
maximum product recovery and maintenance of throughputs within license restrictions. Ensures that all oil/gas or
power products and sales meet specifications. May monitor the control panel. Operating instructions are normally
well established; however, judgment is utilized in the selection of work methods. Initiates changes to work
routines where performance can be improved without sacrificing safety or product quality. May plan and
coordinate the work of contract or maintenance crews. Works with minimal supervision. Minimum qualifications
typically include: ticket plants - third class ticket, working on second class, and four to five years’ total industry
experience; non-ticket plants - five to eight years’ total industry experience.
Top/lead level with a focus on technical aspects of position (usually obtainable by promotion or vacancy rather
than external hire). Normally the top technical operator level or top technical control room operator. Incumbents
are fully familiar with all aspects of oil/gas plant or power plant operations and established procedures. Provides
shift supervision and may have some lead operator responsibilities. Assists the Foreman with daily operations
and may act for plant Foreman during an absence. May provide on-site direction and training of more junior
operators. Usual entrance qualifications: ticket/trade certification plants - second class ticket/trade certification;
first class preferred; eight or more years’ of total industry experience; non-ticket/trade certification plant - ten or
more years’ industry experience. Progression to this level is typically vacancy driven.
This incumbent typically works in a site or "field" environment, involved in one of the following activities:
instrument/electrical maintenance, meter maintenance, product measurement/quality control,
laboratory/chemical, pipeline corrosion/integrity, SCADA systems, meter relay, or field metering. Provides basic
technical and clerical support for related professional and technical personnel in the department. Performs routine
assignments. Supervision is readily available and work is normally checked at the completion of each
assignment. Typical assignments are data collection and simple calculations, preparation of maps and graphs
and recording of pertinent data. Computer literacy including software and database management is required.
This incumbent typically works in a site or "field" environment, involved in one of the following activities:
instrument/electrical maintenance, meter maintenance, product measurement/quality control,
laboratory/chemical, pipeline corrosion/integrity, SCADA systems, meter relay, or field metering. This level
performs routine tasks working more independently than Level Ia, using well established procedures. Provides
technical and clerical support for related professional and technical personnel in the department. Performs
independent, routine or repetitive assignments using a variety of simple techniques and standard work
procedures. Works within established guidelines. Computer literacy including software and database
management, as well as a good understanding of basic technical concepts is required. Usual qualifications
include a high school diploma with a minimum of 2 years' related experience. May also be enrolled in, or have
This incumbent typically works in a site or "field" environment, involved in one of the following activities:
instrument/electrical maintenance, meter maintenance, product measurement/quality control,
laboratory/chemical, pipeline corrosion/integrity, SCADA systems, meter relay, or field metering. Duties may
include inspection, testing, repair, installation and equipment repair. Incumbent receives training but uses some
specialized skills where technical experience can be applied to assigned tasks. Assists more experienced
Technicians, Technologists and professionals in technical assignments. Assignments are received in specific
terms and are checked for completeness and accuracy. Uses standard procedures in completing assignments.
Advanced computer literacy is required. Usual qualifications include an accredited one or two-year technical
diploma meeting the requirements of a professional technical designation, with a minimum of 3 years experience.
Incumbent may hold a professional technical designation. Non-technical school graduates may be considered in
This incumbent typically works in a site or "field" environment, involved in one of the following activities:
instrument/electrical maintenance, meter maintenance, product measurement/quality control,
laboratory/chemical, pipeline corrosion/integrity, SCADA systems, meter relay, or field metering. Examines
assignments, objectives and instructions to select procedures and actions to resolve assigned problems. Duties
are usually in a specific area of specialization. Responsibilities are more varied and complex than those of lower
level technicians. Assignments are generally received in more diverse terms and are reviewed when complete for
accuracy and reasonableness of results. May be required to make preliminary interpretations of data. Advanced
computer literacy, as well as a good understanding of technical concepts is required. Usual qualifications include
an accredited one or two-year technical diploma meeting the requirements of a professional technical
designation, with a minimum of 6 years' related experience; high school diploma with a minimum of 8 years'
This incumbent typically works in a site or "field" environment, involved in one of the following activities:
instrument/electrical maintenance, meter maintenance, product measurement/quality control,
laboratory/chemical, pipeline corrosion/integrity, SCADA systems, meter relay, or field metering. Performs
moderately complex work assignments requiring considerable technical expertise. Gathers, selects, analyzes and
interprets data. May involve development of new procedures or modifications of existing procedures and
providing results, opinions or recommendations. Assignments are judged by results expected and the attainment
of monetary and timing targets. Uses discretion and judgment in resolving problems. May supervise or give
technical guidance to one or more junior Technicians, or may be considered a specialist. Usual qualifications
include an accredited one or two-year technical diploma meeting the requirements of a professional technical
designation, with a minimum of 8 years' related experience; high school diploma with a minimum of 10 years'
Responsible for bulk terminal / distribution operations, typically at plant sites, or at other terminal / distribution
sites. Works in a highly structured environment. Performs routine tasks and works under close supervision. The
incumbent receives training or is an apprentice. Typically has less than two years experience.
Responsible for bulk terminal / distribution operations, typically at plant sites, or at other terminal / distribution
sites. Full knowledge of procedures, product and overall process. Works independently with support available.
Typically has three to five years of experience.
Responsible for bulk terminal / distribution operations, typically at plant sites, or at other terminal / distribution
sites. Enhanced technical competence enabling a broader perspective. May act as an advisor to more junior
colleagues. Requires more than five years of related experience.
Responsible for bulk terminal / distribution operations, typically at plant sites, or at other terminal / distribution
sites. Demonstrated leadership skills. Provides direction and assistance to those at Journey level and below.
Eight or more years of related experience, including significant experience within assigned facility and at the
Assists certified tradespersons such as Electricians, Heavy Duty Mechanics, Instrumentation Specialists,
Insulation Specialists, Machinists, Millwrights, Steamfitters, Tinsmiths and Welders in their functions and learns
the trade through on-the-job training under close supervision. Incumbents normally have no related experience.
Working towards the completion of the first year of a trades program. Usual qualifications include a high school
Assists certified tradespersons such as Electricians, Heavy Duty Mechanics, Instrumentation Specialists,
Insulation Specialists, Machinists, Millwrights, Steamfitters, Tinsmiths and Welders. Works under direct
supervision. Receives training in primary functions. Little independent judgment required. Minimum completion
of second year of apprenticeship program.
Receives direction from certified tradespeople such as Electricians, Heavy Duty Mechanics, Instrumentation
Specialists, Insulation Specialists, Machinists, Millwrights, Steamfitters, Tinsmiths and Welders. Works with
minimal direct supervision. Performs maintenance and repair work. May provide guidance to more junior
apprentices. Minimum completion of third year of an apprenticeship program.
Journeyman capable of performing major maintenance and repair functions within a trades specialty, such as
Electrician, Heavy Duty Mechanic, Instrumentation Specialist, Insulation Specialist, Machinist, Millwright,
Steamfitter, Tinsmith or Welder. This includes preventative and repair maintenance and/or construction projects.
Incumbent is capable of performing the installation and repair of complex equipment. Exercises judgment in
selection of work methods. Able to troubleshoot complex problems. Possesses thorough understanding of both
the theoretical and practical aspects of the work, providing recommendations for performance improvements.
Ensures that maintenance records are accurate, current and that preventive maintenance schedules are timely.
May plan and coordinate the work of contract or maintenance crews. Usual qualifications include a journeyman
Top/Lead level. Entry to this level is normally through a promotion or vacancy rather than external hire.
Journeyman proficient in a single trade and may act as a group leader for a small crew, or act as a technical
specialist. May maintain and arrange for the repair of all equipment as it pertains to the individual’s particular
trade. This includes preventative and repair maintenance and/or construction projects. May control parts and/or
tools inventories and parts and/or tool replacement. Often responsible for ensuring adherence to preventative
maintenance guidelines and completion of maintenance records. May assist the foreman with daily operations
and act for foreman during an absence. Usual qualifications include either single or dual journeyman tickets with
a minimum of eight years total related experience. When matching employees to this job, report single ticket
Operates trucking equipment such as flatbeds or hydrovacs. May include straight or articulated trucks. Transports
goods and materials. May be responsible for loading and unloading, tarping and ensuring cargo safety/security.
Uses CB radio for routine communications. Completes routine trip documentation including a driver logbook,
inspection reports (pre, en-route and post-trip), maintenance reports and accident/incident reports. Requires a
valid commercial driver's license and/or an air brake endorsement.
Involved in the documentation of financials. Performs basic accounting functions in areas including internal audit,
budgets, general accounting, joint ventures accounting, joint ventures audit, marketing, taxation, or a combination
of the aforementioned. Exercises judgment in posting, summarizing or auditing activities. Receives training on
company accounting methods and in various phases of accounting techniques and procedures. Works under
readily available supervision. Usual qualifications include a university degree with minimal experience; technical
diploma with 0- 2 years' related experience.
Involved in the documentation of financials. Independently performs moderately complex accounting activities in
any one of the following areas: internal audit, budgets, general accounting, joint ventures accounting, joint
ventures audit, marketing, taxation, or a combination of the aforementioned. May assist more senior
professionals in carrying out complex calculations, specialized reports or reconciliations. May function as a work
leader or coordinator for Accounting Assistants. Work is generally reviewed for results. Usual qualifications
Documentation of financials includes handling most accounting problems with minimum assistance in the
appropriate area of specialization (internal audit, budgets, general accounting, joint ventures accounting, joint
ventures audit, marketing, taxation, or a combination of the aforementioned). Obtains information from and
coordinates the flow of information with other departments to resolve complex accounting problems. Technical
input is used in developing accounting policies and practices. Prepares specialized
reports/statements/reconciliations. May function as a team leader for lower level Accountants. Generally works
independently choosing the appropriate work methods to complete an assignment. Usual qualifications include a
Acts as a consultant in the documentation of financials within a specific field of accounting (internal audit,
budgets, general accounting, joint ventures accounting, joint ventures audit, marketing, taxation, or a combination
of the aforementioned). May be responsible for such complex projects as special income tax studies, filing
income tax forms, compliance reporting for various Federal or local grants or resource taxes, administration of
property taxes, co-ordination and audit of properties operated by others, post audit of producing property
acquisitions and other senior accounting related studies and projects. Uses judgment in setting priorities to
As an advanced specialist in the documentation of financials, provides consultative advice on highly complex
accounting matters in areas including internal audit, budgets, general accounting, joint ventures accounting, joint
ventures audit, marketing, taxation, or a combination of the aforementioned. Participates in long range studies
and large projects. May involve the direct supervision of a group of professionals. Provides guidance and training
to less experienced staff. Works independently within guidelines set by company policy.
Responsibilities may include the checking and processing of raw source data, matching invoices to purchase
orders and, in some instances, voucher coding under, initially, close supervision. Duties are very clearly outlined
and decisions are made within narrow, well-defined guidelines.
Responsibilities may include some account analysis, checking source data and originating vouchers, check
requisitions, and providing guidance to more junior staff. Duties are still clearly outlined but decisions made do not
always fall within well-defined guidelines.
Responsibilities require a good working knowledge of department procedures. Makes decisions relative to day-to-
day work and work flow. Duties may include analysis and preparation of routine accounting reports and non-
routine and semi-complex accounting and bookkeeping assignments. Checks and verifies work of others
including billings, distribution, vouchers, etc. Training of junior staff may be a part of this job level.
Responsibilities are similar to those performed by the level B Accountant. Duties involve more complex analysis
and calculations, preparation of special accounting reports and non-routine assignments. Requires proven skills
and a good technical understanding of basic accounting principles. Normally functions as a work leader or first
line supervisor of a unit of Accounting Assistants. Normally required to check the work of more junior Accounting
This position assists in the processing of invoices. Typical duties include ensuring that invoices are properly
sorted, coded, checked for appropriate charges, approved and sent to accounts payable in a timely manner. May
supervise more junior Accounting Assistants.
This is a senior corporate accounting position, with responsibility throughout the organization for the
documentation of financials, including all or most of the following: internal audit, joint ventures audit, budgets,
financial accounting, general accounting, joint ventures accounting, marketing, taxation, or a combination of the
aforementioned. Incumbent is capable of independent decision making required for the planning, organizing,
directing and controlling of work and personnel within the Accounting Department or a division of the Accounting
Department. May have the title of Chief Accountant or Manager Accounting, and normally reports to the
This position is primarily responsible for supervising a group of accounting support staff. Plans, organizes and
schedules work of staff. Plans and organizes large projects performed by staff. Responsible for conducting
performance appraisals and planning for training and development of subordinates. Normally reports to an
Accounting Manager or Controller depending upon the size of the organization. Typical titles for this position
include: Joint Interest Supervisor, Financial Accounting Supervisor, Operations Accounting Supervisor, etc.
This position is responsible for ensuring compliance with policies and procedures with regard to the processing,
payment and/or collection of invoices. Also ensures appropriate coding of invoices, monitoring of internal control
procedures for cash disbursements and maintaining collections. Incumbents in this position maintain good
supplier and customer relations ensuring that inquiries with respect to invoices are dealt with efficiently. Liaise
with management information services or accounting groups to address potential systems problems and with
other operating departments to identify reporting needs. Supervision, development and training of accounts
payable/receivable audit assistants are normally a requirement of this position. This position normally reports to
This position is responsible for the overall assessment of the company's short-term and long-term performance
using broad-based financial analysis and asset rationalization. Performs valuations on assets considered for
purchase or merger. Provides assessments on corporate asset divestments and assists with price negotiations.
Develops innovative divestment strategies (e.g. grouping assets, customizing asset packages, structuring
strategic alliances, etc.) to attract external investors/purchasers. Requires a broad financial/business background
with sound operations knowledge. May report to Top Economic Evaluations/Acquisition & Divestment Executive
This position is responsible for the development and execution of a broad range of corporate administrative
services within approved policies and objectives including several or all of the following: office services, contract
administration, purchasing, real estate, insurance, and/or data processing. This position normally reports to the
Work is of a simple routine nature requiring basic office and computer skills (word processing, e-mail, data entry).
Duties include the typing of routine correspondence (memos, letters, forms, reports), opening and sorting mail,
answering phones, sending faxes, photocopying. May provide assistance to a more senior Administrative
Requires a general knowledge of departmental procedures, practices and office routine. Possesses good office
and computer skills including word processing, spreadsheets, graphics software, dictaphone transcription, and
filing. May provide assistance to a more senior Administrative Assistant in a large department.
Requires advanced secretarial and administrative skills for a department. Requires general understanding of
company operations, and organization procedures. Possesses detailed knowledge of the department's operations
and may provide work direction or assistance to more junior administrative/clerical personnel. Assignments
typically require advanced computer skills in word processing, spreadsheet and graphics software. May be
involved in administrative functions including travel arrangements, vacation scheduling, timesheets, and expense
Reporting to a department head, this position requires advanced secretarial and administrative skills to complete
assignments of a complex and confidential nature. Requires detailed understanding of the operations of the
department and company. Provides secretarial and administrative support to a department and its manager.
Relieves superior(s) of some administrative detail within established limits. Makes independent decisions
regarding planning, organizing and scheduling work. Assignments may require advanced computer skills in word
processing, spreadsheet, graphics and database software. May be involved in administrative functions including
Reporting to a Senior Manager or Top Executive, this level is responsible for complex and confidential
secretarial/administrative assignments. Requires detailed understanding of the operations of the department and
company. Relieves superior(s) of administrative detail and more complex routine tasks. Makes independent
decisions regarding planning, organizing and scheduling work for self and frequently coordinates work for several
other clerical/secretarial positions. Assignments require advanced computer skills in word processing,
This position is typically a single incumbent job and reports to the most senior officer of the company.
Responsible for complex and confidential secretarial/administrative assignments. Requires detailed
understanding of the operations of the department and company. Relieves superior of administrative detail. May
provide general supervision in regards to planning, organizing and scheduling work for other
Assists in the direction of the organization's accounting functions. Areas of focus include accounts payable, cost
accounting, and financial reporting. Assists the Controller in the development and maintenance of planning and
budgeting systems, the preparation of financial and management reports and procedures, and the presentation of
findings and specific recommendations to senior management. Duties may also include training and managing
other accounting staff. Frequently reports to a Controller.
Work is of a simple, routine and repetitive nature. Duties include preparing and distributing incoming mail,
processing outgoing mail, photocopying and other minor routine duties.
Requires a working knowledge of standard clerical methods carried out in accordance with semi-complex routine
procedures. Duties may include the maintenance and retrieval of records, correspondence, or files. Work may
entail the use of a PC for maintaining and reporting data.
Involves duties of moderate complexity. Requires a sound knowledge of departmental procedures, as well as
limited judgment and initiative. Duties may include reviewing and updating information in files, preparing reports
or special studies, maintenance and retrieval of computer records. Work may involve advanced PC applications,
including spreadsheet creation, maintenance, and analysis. May provide work direction to more junior levels.
Duties are of a more complex nature than the fully qualified level, requiring a broader knowledge of departmental
procedures. Work may involve advanced spreadsheet and database applications. May entail checking and
coordinating the work of junior Assistants.
Duties are of a specialized and complex nature and require a detailed knowledge of departmental and company
procedures. Work may involve advanced spreadsheet and database applications. May provide general
supervision with regard to planning, organizing and scheduling work for other clerical positions.
Work consists of legal problems that provide progressive training throughout the application of well-established or
readily determinable legal principles or procedures. Difficult, complex or unusual matters or decisions are usually
referred to more senior solicitors. Usual qualifications include a law degree, membership in a law society/bar
association and/or other relevant jurisdiction and up to 3 years' experience.
Work assignments are similar to Attorney/Solicitor A, but on a more progressive and complex level. May make
recommendations in a wide range of legal matters. Difficult, complex or unusual matters or decisions are
resolved through consultation with more senior Attorneys/Solicitors. Usual qualifications include a law degree,
membership in a law society/bar association and/or other relevant jurisdiction with a minimum of 4 years' related
Responsible for providing management and employees with advice on a broad range of moderately complex
conflicting legal principles. The applicable laws and regulations are numerous and varied, and present difficult
problems of interpretation. Applies independent judgment in recommending a course of action for a client
department, providing input as to the ramifications of a course of action, a legal decision, or a new piece of
legislation. Usual qualifications include a law degree, membership in a law society/bar association and/or other
relevant jurisdiction with a minimum of 8 years' related experience.
This level provides legal advice and services primarily to management on legal problems of a difficult and
complex nature, including emphasis on establishing policies that minimize legal risk. As a supervisor, may
provide training and orientation, and coordinate the work of junior legal staff, paralegal and administrative staff.
Applies independent judgment in determining courses of action required to perform assignments. Makes
recommendations on all matters including policies and complex legal problems.
As a manager, the incumbent is responsible for the administration of the legal department and for directing the
work of other Attorneys/Solicitors. As an advanced specialist, the incumbent provides legal advice and services
primarily to senior management in legal matters of substantial importance to the operations of the company.
Reviews recommendations with Senior Management on sensitive or high profile issues having potential for
This position is the senior aviation position in the company (or in the exploration and production division of an
integrated energy company) responsible for planning, directing and controlling all aspects of the company's
aviation activities. Has responsibility for aircraft maintenance and flight administration. May typically be known as
Manager, Aviation; Director, Aviation; Director Flight Operations; or Chief Pilot. Reports to the Senior Executive
Analyzes data concerning internal metrics. Receives training and development in various phases of business
administration and financial planning. May assist senior personnel in preparing documents, graphs and status
reports using standard methodologies and processes. May maintain information database(s) specific to area of
work. Usual qualifications include a university degree with minimal experience; technical diploma with a minimum
Analyzes internal metrics. Independently performs moderately complex aspects of business administration and
financial planning. May assist senior personnel in preparing documents, graphs and status reports using standard
methodologies and processes. May maintain information database(s) specific to area of work. Work is generally
reviewed for results. Usual qualifications include a university degree with a minimum of 2 years' related
experience; technical diploma with a minimum of 4 years' related experience.
Analyzes internal metrics. Performs responsible and varied business analytical or administrative functions.
Prepares documents, forecast summaries, status reports, budget reports, etc. Duties may include interpreting
and processing company contracts, AFEs, and government agreements. Assignments are given in terms of
objectives and relative priorities. Problems may be solved by adapting standard methods or by practical
applications of knowledge. Usual qualifications include a university degree with a minimum of 4 years' related
experience; technical diploma with a minimum of 6 years' related experience.
Analyzes internal metrics. May act as a group leader with supervisory responsibilities for a small group of
technical and/or support personnel, as well as junior professionals. Requires application of well developed
business knowledge to coordinate difficult, complex assignments. Makes independent decisions in planning,
organizing and completing assignments. Responsible for selecting appropriate applications and approaches to
problems and projects. Provides guidance and training to less experienced Analysts. May conduct special
complex and advanced level studies, as well may provide recommendations concerning selection, training and
remuneration of staff. Work is generally reviewed for results achieved only. Makes independent decisions within
Analyzes internal metrics. Provides consultative advice on highly complex business matters. Provides expertise in
long range studies and large projects. Requires application of mature business knowledge to coordinate difficult,
complex assignments. Makes independent decisions in planning, organizing and completing assignments.
Responsible for selecting appropriate applications and approaches to problems and projects. May involve the
direct supervision of a group of professionals. Provides guidance and training to less experienced staff. Works
independently within guidelines set by company policy.
Primary responsibilities include the research and analysis of business opportunities, consistent with the
organization's long range and strategic plans. Evaluates projects through financial feasibility studies, market
research, and planning. May assist with special studies in areas such as operational effectiveness, capacity
utilization, cost containment, etc. Typically in larger organizations this is a senior level manager. Frequently
This position oversees a business development team which evaluates, analyses, and formulates strategies for
business growth. Oversees the development of key projects and is accountable for the successful closure of
business deals. Directs the planning and preparation of business proposals, and makes recommendations to
senior management. Negotiates letters of intent, memoranda of understanding, contracts and acquisition
This position is responsible for the preparation of moderately complex financial models for acquisitions and start-
up projects. Assists in the preparation of proposals and bid documents and provides support on budgeting and
financial forecasting. Requires a university degree and 2 years' related financial and/or engineering experience.
This position is responsible for creating financial models for acquisitions, sales, and start-up projects which
involve complex economic and financial analysis. Analyses also cover technical, finance, regulatory, and legal
disciplines. Extracts and interprets information for use in economic modeling from proposals, bid documents, and
contracts and prepares materials for bid proposals. This position performs comprehensive financial analyses
under minimal supervision, and seeks technical guidance on complex tax and finance issues from more
experienced personnel. Requires a university degree and 5 years' related financial and/or engineering
This position is responsible for developing new processes to meet project needs, and for designing projects to
suit the financial, operating, legal, regulatory and operating criteria elements of a project. Serves as a technical
expert in economic modeling and discounted cash flow analysis. Coaches and supports others in technical
matters. Demonstrates in-depth technical knowledge on all aspects of financial analysis and a good
understanding of financial, tax, and legal issues. Requires a university degree and 8 years' related financial
This position is responsible for supervising business development projects, and for ensuring the successful
completion and acceptance of projects. Develops strategy recommendations for projects and leads business
development teams in the development of bid/project strategy for presentation to senior management.
Supervises a small number of specialized professionals. Requires a university degree with 10 years' related
This position is responsible for the overall direction of the business and for achieving maximum return on invested
capital. Coordinates the efforts of the senior executives and works with them and the Board of Directors to
develop current and long-range objectives, policies, and procedures for the organization. Represents the
organization to its customers, the financial community, and the general public. This employee is not Chairman of
the Board and may or may not serve as a Director. Frequently reports to the Board of Directors. Note: Reporting
entity is Corporate. This is generally a single incumbent position. Only one employee, the most senior individual,
This position is the chief executive or president for a subsidiary. The employee is responsible for the overall
direction of the business and for achieving maximum return on invested capital. Coordinates the efforts of the
senior executives and works with them to develop current and long-range objectives, policies, and procedures.
Represents the subsidiary to its customers, the financial community, and the general public. Frequently reports to
a Chief Executive Officer or Chief Operating Officer of a parent organization. Note: Reporting entity is a
Subsidiary. This is generally a single incumbent position. Only one employee, the most senior individual, per
This position is Chairman of the Board of Directors and is responsible for the overall direction of the business and
for achieving maximum return on invested capital. Coordinates the efforts of the senior executives and works with
them to develop current and long-range objectives, policies, and procedures for the organization. Represents the
organization to its customers, the financial community, and the general public. Note: Reporting entity is
Corporate; Chief Executive Officer is also Chairman of the Board. This is generally a single incumbent position.
Only one employee, the most senior individual, per organization entity should be reported.
This is the top financial position with responsibility for formulating financial policy and plans. Responsible for
providing overall direction for the accounting, tax, insurance, budget, credit, and treasury functions. Directs
activities associated with the security and investment of the organization's assets and funds, and ensures that
financial transactions, policies, and procedures meet the organization's short- and long-term objectives, and
regulatory body requirements. Frequently reports to a Chief Executive Officer. Note: This is generally a single
incumbent position. Only one employee, the most senior individual, per organization entity should be reported.
This is the top financial position with responsibility for formulating financial policy and plans. Responsible for
providing overall direction for the accounting, tax, insurance, budget, credit, and treasury functions. Directs
activities associated with the security and investment of the organization's assets and funds, and ensures that
financial transactions, policies, and procedures meet the organization's short- and long-term objectives, and
regulatory body requirements. Frequently reports to a Chief Executive Officer. Note: This is generally a single
incumbent position. Only one employee, the most senior individual, per organization entity should be reported.
Identifies changes and trends in computer and systems technology and interprets their meaning to senior
management. Participates in overall business planning, bringing a current knowledge and future vision of
technology and systems as related to the organization's competitive position. Determines long-term organization-
wide information needs and develops overall strategy for information needs, systems development and hardware
acquisition, and integration including mainframe, mini, macro, and client/server computing applications. Acts to
ensure integrity of organization-wide data, proprietary information, and related intellectual property through
information security and access management. Acts as highest interface with non-technical user functions in
determining overall information systems approach. Frequently reports to a Chief Executive Officer or a Top
Administrative Executive. Note: Reporting entity is Corporate. This is generally a single incumbent position. Only
Identifies changes and trends in computer and systems technology and interprets their meaning to senior
management. Participates in overall business planning, bringing a current knowledge and future vision of
technology and systems as related to the organization's competitive position. Determines long-term organization-
wide information needs and develops overall strategy for information needs, systems development and hardware
acquisition, and integration including mainframe, mini, macro, and client/server computing applications. Acts to
ensure integrity of organization-wide data, proprietary information, and related intellectual property through
information security and access management. Acts as highest interface with non-technical user functions in
determining overall information systems approach. Frequently reports to a Chief Executive Officer or a Top
Administrative Executive. Note: Reporting entity is either Subsidiary or Group. This is generally a single
incumbent position. Only one employee, the most senior individual, per organization entity should be reported.
In compliance with goals, policies, and objectives established by the Chief Executive Officer and the Board of
Directors, directs, coordinates, and administers all aspects of organization operations through subordinates.
Assists in the development of organization policies that encompass such areas as personnel, financial
performance, and organization expansion. Frequently reports to a Chief Executive Officer. Note: This is generally
a single incumbent position. Only one employee, the most senior individual, per organization entity should be
In compliance with goals, policies, and objectives established by the Chief Executive Officer and the Board of
Directors, directs, coordinates, and administers all aspects of organization operations through subordinates.
Assists in the development of organization policies that encompass such areas as personnel, financial
performance, and organization expansion. Frequently reports to a Chief Executive Officer. Note: This is generally
a single incumbent position. Only one employee, the most senior individual, per organization entity should be
Acquires knowledge and experience in coordinating internal/external communications of the organization within
established policies and procedures. May assist in developing internal and/or external communication materials
(newsletters, internet/intranet pages, reports), and events. Limited contact with external clients. Works under
direct supervision. Usual qualifications include a university degree with minimal experience; or an equivalent
combination of education and experience.
Performs specific assignments of limited scope, within established policies and procedures. Assists in the co-
ordination and development of internal and/or external communication materials (newsletters, press releases,
internet/intranet pages, annual and interim financial reports) and events, broadening knowledge and further
developing skills. Provides general customer relations information to external clients or customers, usually not
dealing with sensitive subject matter. May assist in providing communication consultation to internal departments.
Works under limited supervision. Usual qualifications include a university degree with a minimum 2 years'
experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Performs various assignments independently that require thorough knowledge of communication techniques,
methods, and processes. Exercises sound judgment when communicating with internal and/or external clients or
customers. May be responsible for media relations and may also provide communication consultation to internal
departments. May design or develop improved policies and procedures. Works under minimal supervision. May
provide guidance to more junior staff. Usual qualifications include a university degree with a minimum 4 years'
experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Provides strategic communication consultation to internal departments. Exercises sound judgment when
communicating with internal and/or external clients or customers. Uses a solid understanding of clients'
businesses to proactively provide communication solutions. Designs or develops improved policies and
Provides strategic public consultation, communication strategies, and expertise to all levels of management.
Responsible for the development and implementation of various communication initiatives including media
relations, internal communications and crisis management plans. May represent the company externally in
various industry and/or community associations. May supervise or provide guidance to more junior staff.
Responsible for directing the corporate public relations activities, both internally and externally. May direct
corporate non-regulatory governmental activities at the national, regional, and local levels. Advises top
management on issues related to the corporation, the public, and public officials. Manages the governmental and
public affairs departments. Frequently reports to an executive within the Communications department.
Under general supervision, monitors and controls a computer by operating the central console or on-line
terminals. May operate auxiliary equipment directly associated with the computer. May maintain records regarding
output units and supply inventories. May assist in manipulating controls to rearrange sequence of job steps to
continue operations when individual units of the system malfunction. Competent to work on most phases of
computer operations, but still may require some instruction and guidance for other phases.
Under general direction, monitors and controls one or more mini or mainframe computers by operating the central
console or on-line terminals. Studies program operating instruction sheets to determine equipment setup and run
operations. Continuously observes the operation of the console panel, storage devices, printers, and the action of
the console printer to monitor the system and determine the point of equipment or program failure. Manipulates
controls in accordance with standard procedures to rearrange sequence of job steps to continue operations when
individual units of the system malfunction. Confers with software systems engineering or applications
programming personnel in the event errors require a change of instructions or sequence of operations. Maintains
operating records such as machine performance and production reports. Competent to work at the highest level
This management position directs the establishment of accounting principles, practices and procedures. Plans,
organizes and establishes accounting department objectives and standards. Maintains accounting records and is
responsible for the development, analysis and interpretation of financial and operating results. Has responsibility
for general, financial, joint venture and production accounting activities. This position normally reports to the Chief
Executive Officer or most senior finance position.
Directs the establishment of accounting principles, practices and procedures within a business unit. Plans,
organizes and establishes accounting department objectives and standards. Directs the accounting function
including preparing budgets, maintaining books of account, timely reporting of the results of operations,
interpreting financial results, maintaining and preparing financial statements and internal controls. Has
responsibility for general financial, joint venture and production accounting and royalty activities.
Responsible for directing the organization's accounting functions. Specific areas normally include the
development and maintenance of planning and budgeting systems, analysis and interpretation of trends requiring
management's attention, the preparation of financial and management reports and procedures, and the
presentation of findings and specific recommendations to senior management. Frequently reports to a Chief
Financial Officer. Note: This is generally a single incumbent position. Only one employee, the most senior
This position is the senior level corporate and public affairs position in the company (or production and exploration
division of an integrated energy company) responsible for developing and directing programs and activities to
enhance the company's corporate image and to maintain favorable relationships with its various publics in
accordance with established policies. Typically has additional responsibility for government affairs, employee
communications, donations and supports community relations. May report to the Top Regulatory/Government
This position is responsible for the administration of all matters related to non-financial records. Maintains and
safeguards official and legal documents, records and reports, files statements and information as required by
organization's bylaws, and government laws and regulations. Affixes the corporate seal as required. Coordinates
shareholder lists and registrations. Responds to shareholder requests for information. Arranges shareholder
meetings, prepares related agenda and records minutes. Advises officers of the company of significant changes
or developments in stock ownership and control. May also be responsible for investor relations. This position
Responsibilities include investigating, identifying and reviewing facility security issues. Provides
recommendations on security policies and implementation of security policies. Develops and maintains
relationships with regulating bodies and law enforcement agencies.
Designs and implements policies and strategies relating to corporate security, including but not limited to, internal
investigations, executive protection, workplace violence, technological protection systems, building security,
contract guard force management, proprietary information protection, and crisis management. Maintains close
oversight of all executive protection requirements providing pre-planning intelligence information to appropriate
personnel. Coordinates ongoing reviews of existing security programs and initiates the development of new
programs, as needed, at all facilities. Through consensus building, develops and implements changes to
programs which will effectively and appropriately provide protection of corporate assets, including people, capital
assets, physical assets and proprietary assets. Often, the incumbent was formerly employed in police service.
Performs a variety of select cost control tasks, in order to develop knowledge and skills. Assists in the routine
preparation/interpretation of project cost reports. Exercises some judgment in utilizing established procedures to
complete most tasks. Works under close supervision and usually under the guidance of an experienced cost
controller. Tasks and duties are assigned in detail, and work is reviewed for integrity and accuracy.
A developmental level Cost Controller, who assists senior Cost Controllers with cost reports. Assists in the
preparation of detailed project cost reports. May monitor cost progress to establish trends and forecast future
costs, or prepare reports of cost comparisons for different materials. Exercises judgment in the selection,
classification, compilation and analysis of data obtained from a variety of sources, and recommends solutions to
routine problems. Typically operates under reasonably close supervision with clearly defined assignments.
A fully-qualified level requiring considerable knowledge of cost controlling methods. Sets up budgetary control
systems and documentation for the project or assignment. Prepares forecasts, cost trend reports and monitors
cost and commitment to budget and forecast. Reports on deviations, underruns and overruns. Typically is
responsible for maintaining change control and the change order register as well as contract and bulletin
registers. Works closely with project estimator and planner. Works under general direction with established
guidelines for conformance with procedures, technical veracity and project needs.
A specialist requiring significant knowledge of and proficiency in cost controlling. Reviews appropriate reports and
proposes recommendations. Analyses information for cost projections and ensures required improvements and
developments are completed. Works closely with project estimator and planner. Exercises independent judgment
in the selection, classification compilation and analysis of data obtained from a variety of sources.
Participates in the establishment of the project coding in cooperation with estimating and planning. Coordinates
information supplied by estimating, procurement, construction, planning and engineering for cost projections.
Analyzes data to establish the differences in initial estimates and final project costs. Informs the project
management of cost trends and proposes appropriate recommendations. Supervises on going improvements and
developments in project cost accounting and reporting. Performance is subject to periodic review to ensure
conformity to administrative objectives and adherence to procedures, methods and systems established by the
department head. Submits relevant cost studies to the department for review and approval.
Top Executive over a country within a multinational unit. Responsible for directing the overall activities of a
multinational unit. This position may report to a subsidiary Board of Directors and/or the Chief Executive Officer.
Responsible for managing document control activities and programs. Oversees the control and direction of the
document control staff in storing, retrieving, updating, and reproducing engineering/manufacturing documents
such as drawings, parts lists, and specifications. May control released software. Ensures that master drawing files
and history files are accurate, current and that effective control is maintained over drawings and other document
records. May process status reports and assign document monitors. Maintains special catalogues or files for
special projects. Supervises the printing and binding of a wide variety of manuals and forms. Oversees the
Responsible for the document management function. Coordinates the sourcing and distribution of documents and
specifications. Supervises document control team. Establishes protocols for information updates with internal and
external project entities. Responsible for the set-up of all records management and documentation systems.
Learns about the maintenance and delivery of records and data management services and systems. Performs
basic records and data management functions using a wide range of technologies and tools. Incumbents in this
position are developing an understanding of the relationship between records management and user needs.
Usual qualifications include a diploma/certificate supplemented with minimal related experience or an equivalent
Limited responsibility for representing and acting on behalf of user groups for their records/data management
needs. Includes maintenance and delivery of records/data management services and systems, which may
include: inventory tracking, off-site storage/retrieval, dissemination, classification, retention, disposition, media
conversion and management of technical repositories. Utilizes standard software such as Word, Excel, database
applications and electronic document and records management systems. Usual qualifications include a
diploma/certificate such as Records/Information Management or Library Information Technology with 2 years'
This position is responsible for representing and acting on behalf of user groups to develop, enhance and deliver
records/data management systems and tools which may include: policies, procedures, working instructions for
records, data and digital information, media conversion, automated electronic and document management
systems guidelines. Monitors quality assurance for controlled documents such as version controls, document
numbering, titling. Issues and distributes controlled documents as appropriate. Requires solid technical
knowledge in understanding and applying records/data management principles, concepts, tools and technology.
Usual qualifications include a university degree and 1 to 2 years' experience or a diploma/certificate with 3 to 5
years' experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
This position is responsible for conducting client needs assessments, providing technical expertise, leading,
preparing and presenting recommendations for complex records/data management projects. In a large company,
makes decisions of business unit importance, in a smaller company makes decisions of company-wide
importance. Requires advanced technical knowledge as well as specialist knowledge of all areas of support
provided by Document Control/Records Management. Usual qualifications include a university degree and 5
years' experience or a diploma/certificate with a minimum 7 years' experience, or an equivalent combination of
Analysis is concerned with the influence of external market factors upon the organization, or for activities related
to project evaluation, financial structuring, and investor interface. Receives training in various phases of economic
or financial evaluations and/or corporate planning. Performs routine economic and financial analytical studies and
research within parameters set by corporate policy and objectives. Makes few decisions and procedures are
clearly defined. Usual qualifications include a university degree (business or financial background) with minimal
Analysis is concerned with the influence of external market factors upon the organization, or for activities related
to project evaluation, financial structuring, and investor interface. Progressive training in various phases of
economic or financial evaluations and/or corporate planning. Performs moderately complex economic and
financial analytical studies and research requiring the application of a variety of economic variables. Makes
limited recommendations and decisions are normally within established guidelines. Judgment is required in the
selection of data and application of techniques. Usual qualifications include a university degree (business or
Analysis is concerned with the influence of external market factors upon the organization, or for activities related
to project evaluation, financial structuring, and investor interface. Analysis requires the modifications of standard
procedures and methods. Performs varied economic and financial analytical studies and research within
parameters set by corporate policy and objectives. Work is assigned in terms of objectives and priorities. May
direct a team of specialists or consultants on particular projects which lead to recommendations to Management.
Usual qualifications include a university degree (business or financial background) with a minimum of 4 years'
Analysis is concerned with the influence of external market factors upon the organization, or for activities related
to project evaluation, financial structuring, and investor interface. Individual may act as group leader or work task
force leader of a small group of technical personnel. Requires application of well developed technical knowledge
in planning, conducting and coordinating difficult, responsible assignments. Responsible for the modification of
established guidelines and for initiating new approaches as necessary. Makes independent decisions in planning,
organizing and completing technical assignments. Work is reviewed for soundness of judgment but accepted
technically as accurate and feasible. Work is assigned in terms of objectives and priorities but informed guidance
is available. Advises on technical problems and supervision and may plan, schedule and review the work of lower
level Analysts and Technicians. May make recommendations concerning selection, training, discipline and
Analysis is concerned with the influence of external market factors upon the organization, or for activities related
to project evaluation, financial structuring, and investor interface. Incumbent is responsible for coordinating work
assignments and selecting appropriate technical applications to be applied to economic and/or financial
problems. Provides guidance and training to less experienced staff. Checks work for accuracy and completeness.
As a specialist, conducts special, complex and advanced level studies. Work is generally reviewed for results
only. Makes independent decisions within broad guidelines and policies. May provide direct supervision of a group
of professionals. May make recommendations concerning selection, training, discipline and remuneration of staff.
An entry level position. Performs a variety of selected estimating tasks in order to develop knowledge and skills.
Works under close supervision and usually under the guidance of an experienced estimator. Tasks and duties
are assigned in detail and work is reviewed for integrity and accuracy.
A developmental level Estimator. Assists senior colleagues with estimates. Exercises judgment in the selection,
classification, compilation and analysis of data obtained from a variety of sources. Recommends solutions to
routine problems. Typically operates under reasonably close supervision with clearly defined assignments and
precise instructions. Work is normally subject to review in detail. Technical guidance is normally available.
A fully qualified level requiring considerable knowledge of estimating methods. Prepares all types of estimates
from inception to completion and review. Makes presentations to management and clients as required. Working
from scope documents, drawings, specifications and historical data, organizes the estimate by the work
breakdown structure and code of accounts. Calculates wage and unit rates, checks quantities and scope and
prepares direct field costs, field distributables, indirect and head office costs. Evaluates scope changes, contract
values, cost trends impacts, field order and trade-off studies. Evaluates and recommends allowances for design
unknowns, escalation, and contingency and fee structure to the department head and management. Interfaces
with project management and engineering, construction and procurement departments.
A specialist level position requiring significant knowledge of and proficiency in estimating methods. Prepares
estimates for specialized disciplines or functions. Makes forecasts and monitors work packages and contracts.
Advises management on construction and engineering economies. Evaluates and recommends allowances for
cost escalations, contingencies and fee structures. Interfaces with project management and engineering,
Develops the estimating program and produces estimates based on collected contractual data, financial
requirements and the scope of work and services. Organizes estimates to the prescribed code of accounts/work
breakdown structures format. Prepares evaluations for allowance items, escalation and contingency. Prepares
"Basis of Estimate" reports. Assesses computerized estimating techniques on specific assignments. Maintains
close liaison with and provides necessary input to planning and scheduling. Works closely with cost controllers to
monitor project costs and produces preliminary cost curves for client information. On field assignments may act
as cost estimator, evaluating client and/or sub contractor changes to original contracts.
Responsible for providing overall direction for tax, insurance, budget, credit and treasury functions for the
organization. Provide short to medium term direction for all corporate financial functions so that financial
transactions, policies, and procedures meet the organization’s short and medium-term business objectives and
are conducted in accordance with regulations, and standards. Activities may include: credit control; cash flow;
investment management; tax; insurance; treasury; internal audit; budgeting and forecasting; and foreign
exchange. Lead, direct, evaluate, and develop a team of senior managers to ensure that the organization's
financial strategy is implemented effectively, consistently and according to established guidelines. This is the top
position in an organization where finance is a separate sub-function reporting to the Chief Financial Officer. This
This is a staff position responsible for providing financial and administrative leadership to an exploration and
production business unit. Shares the leadership responsibility for strategic planning, goal setting and alignment of
work for the unit. Coordinates budget preparation, reporting, and analysis of the unit's operating and financial
results; evaluates major investment opportunities and strategic options, including cash flow and risk analysis;
participates in the development and implementation of acquisition and divestment strategies and transactions;
and oversees the accounting and systems operations related to the business unit. Frequently reports to Controller
Analysis is mainly centered around financial planning and is forward looking. Performs basic financial analysis
duties. Assists in the documentation or analysis of simple financial analysis projects. Incumbent has very limited
discretion. Works under readily available supervision. Usual qualifications include a university degree with
minimal experience; technical diploma with a minimum of 2 years' related experience.
Analysis is mainly centered around financial planning and is forward looking. Independently performs moderately
complex financial analysis duties, including the documentation or analysis of financial analysis projects. Work is
generally reviewed for results. Usual qualifications include a university degree with a minimum of 2 years' related
experience; technical diploma with a minimum of 4 years' related experience.
Analysis is mainly centered around financial planning and is forward looking. Competent to conduct moderate to
complex financial analysis projects. Handles most financial analysis problems with minimal assistance. Generally
works independently choosing the appropriate work methods to complete an assignment. Usual qualifications
include a university degree with a minimum of 4 years' related experience; technical diploma with a minimum of 6
Analysis is mainly centered around financial planning and is forward looking. Competent to perform complex
financial analysis assignments. Typical areas of responsibility include providing advice on regulatory, tax and
financial planning decisions, coordinating and consolidating annual budgets. Requires extensive technical and
analytical skills. Provides creative insights. Uses judgment in setting priorities to complete assignments.
Analysis is mainly centered around financial planning and is forward looking. This position has accountability for
providing senior management with financial information, financial plans and analysis which enable them to make
sound business decisions. Typical areas of responsibility include providing expertise on regulatory, tax and
financial planning decisions, coordinating and consolidating annual budgets, 5 year business and financial plans
and long-term plans. The incumbent may also conduct studies, providing advice and input into acquisitions and
divestiture decisions. The use of a PC is common when developing financial models for 5 year plans and long
range financial plans as well as assessing economic investment decisions and the determination of pay out.
Position may report to a senior Accounting Manager, Financial Director or Top Economic Evaluations/Acquisition
This position is responsible for analyzing, monitoring and compiling annual budgets and business plans, as well
as updates and regular progress reports, reviewing or conducting analysis on major projects or business
ventures, and analyzing performance against established financial targets. Regularly prepares short-term (2 yr)
and long-term (5 yr) financial forecasts on a regular basis for management consideration. Prepares monthly,
quarterly, and annual reports for Senior Management which analyze performance and outline variance items.
Frequently reports to the Financial Director or Controller.
This position is responsible for a variety of human resource administrative functions. This individual may be
involved in assisting with recruiting, administering employee benefit programs, maintaining personnel files, and
coordinating training programs including tuition payment and organizing course materials. Often clerical or
administrative positions, such as a receptionist, report through this individual for work allocation and performance
feedback. In smaller organizations, this position may oversee administering all of the human resource and payroll
This position is normally regarded as entry level for human resources. At this level, the incumbent acquires the
knowledge and ability to solve problems of limited to moderate complexity. Refers unusual problems to higher
authority. May work within a specialty area (compensation, benefits, recruitment, training, etc.) or act as a
generalist. Duties may include interviewing applicants for non-managerial positions, completing salary surveys,
performing routine calculations in the analysis of survey data, answering general personnel inquiries, assisting
senior personnel in preparing reports, etc. Usual qualifications include a university degree with minimal
experience; or a high school diploma with a minimum of 4 years' related experience.
This position is normally regarded as a continuation of training for specialist human resources positions or as a
broadening and development of skills for more general positions. Incumbent performs work of limited scope and
complexity through to the end product. Specialty areas may include salary administration, benefits, recruitment,
training, orientation programs, safety and security. Generalist functions include two or more of above and are
normally found in smaller human resources departments. Duties may include interviewing technical applicants,
completing and analyzing salary surveys, answering general personnel inquiries and assisting senior personnel
on large projects or reports. May supervise more junior levels. Usual qualifications include a university degree
with a minimum of 2 years' related experience; equivalent combination of education and experience.
Reports to a Specialist Supervisor or Generalist Manager. May be responsible for designing and developing new
and improved methods/procedures in an area of specialty or personnel function. Performs independent studies,
analyses, interpretations, conclusions and recommendations. Highly complex work projects are referred to more
senior authorities. In smaller departments, may perform a wide variety of difficult personnel assignments. May
provide guidance to less experienced staff. Work is assigned in terms of objectives and priorities. Not supervised
in detail except on highly complex assignments. Usual qualifications include a university degree with a minimum
of 4 years' related experience; equivalent combination of education and experience.
The incumbent is either an advanced generalist or a specialist in one or more areas of human resources. Work
requires the application of well-developed technical knowledge in planning, conducting and coordinating difficult,
responsible assignments. May develop and coordinate major projects affecting the company's personnel
programs; provide consultation, interpret policies, prepare advanced reports for review by the Top Human
Resources Executive or Board, etc. Works independently within broad guidelines. Work is reviewed for
This position is responsible for providing senior level human resources generalist support, or advanced technical
specialist support in all or some of the following areas: employee relations, executive compensation, wage and
salary administration, job evaluation, performance management, incentive compensation, employee benefits,
payroll, training and development, human resources information systems, health & safety. Identifies trends/issues
that require resolution and involves appropriate resources. Supports organizational effectiveness function through
team building and goal/role clarification. Works in conjunction with management and provides advice as to the
best HR management practices to support business objectives. This position normally reports to the Top
This position provides basic human resource technical and clerical support. Works independently in performing
assignments with standardized procedures. Duties may include arranging interviews, screening clerical
candidates, updating and maintaining employee records, administering basic benefits, preparing payroll data for
processing, preparing salary charts and graphs, etc. Works within well established guidelines; follows
standardized procedures or methods. Usual qualifications include a high school diploma with a minimum of 2
Responsible for planning and directing all phases of human resources (e.g., employment/placement, employee
benefits, wage and salary administration, employee relations, safety, and EEO/Employment Equity Act
compliance). Ensures quality operations of human resource processes. Requires thorough knowledge of human
resource policies and procedures as well as federal and local laws. Typically in larger organizations this is a
senior level manager. Frequently reports to Top Human Resources Executive.
This position plans, designs, develops, implements and administers policies and programs through functional
supervision in all or some of the following areas: employee relations, executive compensation, wage and salary
administration, job evaluation, performance management, incentive compensation, employee benefits, payroll,
training and development, human resources information systems, health and safety. Taking a strategic approach
and working in partnership with the senior management team, the incumbent is responsible for providing
leadership to create value for the company and employees. Incumbent may have additional responsibility for
administration. This position typically reports to a Human Resources Director.
Responsible for information systems operations and for software systems analysis and programming. May also
be responsible for one or more of the following: information center, database management, data security,
telecommunications, and/or information systems training. Reviews systems development project requests and
coordinates schedules and related departmental activities. Provides overall direction and guidance to assigned
project personnel. Reviews and evaluates work of subordinate staff and prepares performance reports. Prepares
activity and progress reports. Typically in larger organizations this is a senior level manager. Frequently reports to
Responsible for all information systems operations activities, including computer operations, data entry, data
control, operations support, and operating systems programming. Controls revenues and expenses within
department and responsible for meeting budget goals and objectives. Provides input to policy level direction
regarding standards and budget constraints. Makes decisions on personnel actions (hiring, terminations,
promotions, etc.). Assigns personnel to projects and directs their activities. Reviews and evaluates work and
prepares performance reports. Confers with and advises subordinates on administrative policies and procedures,
technical problems, priorities, and methods. Consults with personnel in other information systems sections to
coordinate activities. Prepares activity and progress reports regarding information systems operations. Frequently
reports to an Information Systems Executive or Information Systems Operations Director.
Under general direction, responsible for all aspects of the development and implementation of assigned
Information Technology projects and provides a single point of contact for those projects. Takes projects from
original concept through final implementation. Defines project scope and objectives. Develops detailed work
plans, schedules, project estimates, resource plans, and status reports. Conducts project meetings and is
responsible for project tracking and analysis. Ensures adherence to quality standards and reviews project
deliverables. Manages the integration of vendor tasks and tracks and reviews vendor deliverables. Provides
technical and analytical guidance to project team. Recommends and takes action to direct the analysis and
solutions of problems. Incumbent might also be company's expert on specific technologies. Frequently reports to
Under direct supervision, performs tasks including entering and retrieving information from databases, basic
research and analysis, and report generation. Assists more senior analysts with communications for and has
limited contact with all segments of the investment community including shareholders, research analysts, portfolio
managers, and stockholders. Typically has a university degree and minimal experience.
Performs basic research and has directed contact with all segments of the investment community including
shareholders, research analysts, portfolio managers, and stockholders. Responsible for some database
maintenance, and monitoring investment performance. Assists with the creation of basic communications for
investors. Typically has a university degree and 3 years of related experience.
Under general supervision, communicates and has contact with all segments of the investment community
including shareholders, research analysts, portfolio managers, and stockbrokers, with the purpose of improving
the interest in the organization from the financial community. Performs duties such as assisting in the
development of long- and short-term investor relations strategies, arranging for analyst visits to the organization,
and supervising the preparation and production of the organization's annual and quarterly reports. Typically
requires a degree in Finance or Accounting and 4 years of related experience.
Competent to complete complex investor relations communications, research and analysis. Monitors and is well
versed in all aspects of investment performance. Makes recommendations and supports department manager in
implementing and administering the organizations investor relation programs. Typically has a university degree
and 8 years of related experience.
This incumbent is accountable for providing the Investor Relation Manager and / or senior leadership with
accurate, timely information and recommendations that allows them to make sound decisions for investor
relations programs relating to communications with internal and external investors. Demonstrates expertise in
managing the relationship with shareholders, research analysts, portfolio managers, and stockholders. Develops
and ensures accuracy of processes, data management and reporting functions. May have responsibility of
supervision, and provide guidance and training to less experienced staff. Typically has a university degree and a
Assists the Top Investor Relations Executive in maintaining, developing, and improving relations and
communications between the organization and its shareholders, the investing public, and other members of the
financial community, including financial analysts and institutional investors. May monitor and assess changes and
trends in ownership of the company's stock. Typically reports to Top Investor Relations Executive.
A managerial level corporate shareholder relations job with responsibility for planning, developing, executing and
monitoring the communications program aimed at shareholders and the investment community. Supervises proxy
solicitation and distribution of financial reports to shareholders and the investment community. Also responsible
for the supervision of the shareholder relations staff. This position normally reports to the Investor Relations
Director, Top Legal Executive or Top Investor Relations Executive.
Addresses problems of systems integration, compatibility, and multiple platforms. Responsible for technical
solutions. Performs feasibility analysis on potential future projects to management. Responsible for technical
completeness and correctness of the integrated system design, including work of others. Typically has 7-11
years' related experience. Typically reports to the IT Architect E.
Translates business needs into technical systems solutions. Integrates hardware, software and network
interfaces to form a system. Recommends products that will evolve the organization's technical infrastructure.
Provides leadership in developing the organization's technical staff. Recognized as an expert with more than 12
As a junior member of the corporate services group, is responsible for a variety of legal functions, which may
include: coordinating the gathering of information from various departments in the preparation of contracts and
other legal documents, reviewing certain contracts and other legal documents to ensure necessary provisions are
contained therein, maintaining the corporate library including file room and records, and performing court filings,
records research and deliveries. May attend Board meetings and record minutes. Usual qualifications include a
paralegal diploma with 2 to 4 years' related experience; high school diploma with a minimum of 5 years' related
As a member of the corporate services group, performs standard paralegal functions surrounding the preparation
and drafting of legal documents, summarizing legal information, and providing general support to legal and
corporate services. May also be involved in liaising with regulatory bodies to ensure corporate filing requirements
are met; assisting the Corporate Secretary by preparing material and carrying out the exercising of options as
outlined in the corporate plan; and liaisons with shareholders by providing assistance in problem resolution
encountered with their share positions. Usual qualifications include a paralegal diploma with a minimum of 4
Responsible for the organization, maintenance and operation of a library/information centre. Provides advisory
services and conducts specialized research projects. Typical qualifications include a university degree in library
This position is responsible the control of library related documents, materials, periodicals, etc. Duties include
supervising library staff, control of library related information and implementation of library control systems.
Computer-based information system may be used to respond to requests by departments as required. Typical
qualifications include a university degree in library science with a minimum of 5 years' related experience.
Responsible for market research and analysis to determine market activity and market trends. Reviews data on
established customers and monitors competitors' market penetration to identify new sales opportunities and
enhance organization visibility in the marketplace. Prepares detailed reports on market conditions. May set up or
coordinate trade shows, meetings, and preparation of advertising materials. Requires a college degree and 4 or
Responsible, through subordinate supervisors of shipping and receiving, for the control preparation of incoming
and outgoing goods and materials. May or may not have purchasing/buying responsibilities.
Typically is responsible for all material movement, inventory, stockages of expendables, and for the assistance in
planning for major material acquisitions. May be responsible for purchasing/buying for the area only. Responsible
for traffic, transportation, and material movement in and out of district or area operations.
Typically provides advice to business supervisors/managers on illness, injury management, managed time loss,
local health issues, and absenteeism. May develop and implement programs to monitor/reduce absenteeism,
modified duty return-to-work programs, and short-term programs such as health promotions. Other
responsibilities might include managing rehabilitation care, assessing an employee's fitness-to-work, monitoring
health hazards and following emergency care and response processes. Incumbent is a qualified registered nurse
with 2-5 years of occupational health experience, including emergency care qualifications and first aid experience.
This position supervises and coordinates activities of administrative staff in a head office or branch office
environment. Depending upon the size of the organization, may prepare work schedules, administrative reports
and review work performed by staff. May be responsible for the administration of employee benefits, insurance,
payroll, office space and leasehold improvements, lease agreements and vehicle fleet. Estimates, purchases
and/or supervises purchase of office supplies and furnishings as required. In large organizations, this position
normally reports to the second level of Administration. In smaller organizations, incumbents often have the title of
"Office Manager" and may report to the Controller or directly to the Top Executive.
Under general supervision, computes wages and salaries and posts data to payroll records or to outside payroll
processing coding sheets. Using time records and payroll register, subtracts deductions and enters net wages on
earnings, records check and payroll sheets. May assist with preparation of annual reports of earnings and income
tax deductions. Prepares and distributes pay envelopes or verifies those produced by outside payroll processing
facility. Assignments normally follow established procedures but incumbent will sometimes use initiative in
selecting appropriate work methods. Work is reviewed for soundness and adherence to established procedures.
Coordinates activities of the payroll department including calculating payrolls, compiling payroll statistics and
processing time cards. Computes overtime, changes in wage/salary rates, pension, insurance, mandatory
deductions and records data on payroll register or on outside payroll processing forms. Prepares annual reports
of earnings and income tax deductions. Prepares and distributes pay envelopes or may verify those produced by
outside payroll processing facility. Completed assignments are reviewed for overall adequacy and achievement of
objectives. Methods and procedures are normally accepted as correct.
Responsible for developing procedures for and supervising the preparation, documentation, and disbursements
of all payroll checks, payroll taxes, and employee benefit payments. Reviews additions and changes to
computerized payroll systems (i.e., changes in salary, benefits, tax withholdings, etc.). Ensures accounting
distribution and preparation of deductions. Ensures proper governmental reporting and compliance. Discusses
payroll matters with employees. Normally supervises a staff of clerical personnel. Typically reports to the
This position is responsible for developing procedures and supervising payroll administration. This typically
includes payroll checks, payroll taxes, employee benefits payments, and related accounting entries. Ensures the
payroll account is balanced monthly. This is a supervisory function. This position must supervise clerical
personnel and not just perform the accounting function. Normally reports to a Senior Accountant, Accounting
Responsible for operation of passenger aircraft. Primary duty is the transportation of passengers. Prepares flight
plans and serves as captain of corporate or leased aircraft. Prepares aircraft maintenance and operations
reports. Must have required license and ratings according to aviation legislation, including appropriate type of
At this level, incumbents enter the programming/analysis field. Receives training assignments designed to
provide experience in areas including programming, systems analysis, quality assurance, testing, or a
combination of the aforementioned. Competent to work on several phases of activities, but requires instruction
and guidance in other phases. Usual qualifications include a university degree with minimal experience, technical
school diploma with a minimum of 2 years' related experience, or high school diploma with a minimum of 4 years'
This is the intermediate level at which incumbents perform specific assignments requiring knowledge of a variety
of methods, processes, and techniques. Receives ongoing development in areas including programming,
systems analysis, quality assurance, testing, or a combination of the aforementioned. Competent to work on most
phases of activities. Usual qualifications include a university degree with a minimum of 2 years' related
experience, technical school diploma with a minimum of 4 years' related experience, or high school diploma with
Incumbents work on assignments that are varied and complex and may require a thorough knowledge of
methods, processes and techniques. Areas of specialty include programming, systems analysis, quality
assurance, testing, or a combination of the aforementioned. Competent to work at the highest technical level of all
phases of applications programming activities. Usual qualifications include a university degree with a minimum of
4 years' related experience or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Incumbents work on assignments that are complex with little precedence and require specialized knowledge and
skills. Areas of specialty include programming, systems analysis, quality assurance, testing, or a combination of
the aforementioned. May work as a team leader on projects requiring an advanced knowledge of methods,
processes, and techniques. Has full technical knowledge of all phases of activity, and may also instruct, direct
and check the work of junior personnel. May provide quality assurance review.
Incumbents may supervise or act as an advanced specialist while instructing, guiding, training and aiding in
development of less experienced technical personnel. Demonstrates a broad business and technical knowledge
in resolving problems and defining new opportunities. May include personnel in a consulting capacity in a
particular field of specialization. Areas of specialty include programming, systems analysis, quality assurance,
testing, or a combination of the aforementioned. May make decisions on personnel actions (hiring, terminations,
promotions, etc.). Controls revenues and/or expenses within operating unit and is responsible for meeting budget
goals and objectives. Provides input to policy level direction regarding standards, budgetary constraints, etc.
This is the highest level Project Controls position, providing overall project control for EPC (Engineering
Procurement Construction) services, owner services and construction management team services. Provides
direction to project controls personnel. Oversees plans, scheduling and ensures estimates meet target
completion dates. Develops risk mitigation measures to ensure project control deliverables are attained. Typically
reports to the Project Director or Construction Director. May have an accounting or cost-control background, a
technical diploma or engineering degree. Typically has fifteen to twenty years of experience, depending on
Responsible for project control, monitoring, and reporting information for master plan roll-ups. Supervises any of
owner and consulting staff, including cost control analysts, contract administrators, schedulers. Develops
progress reporting. This is a hands-on planning and scheduling role in support of project deliverables. Typically
reports to the Project Controls Manager. May have an accounting or cost-control background, a technical diploma
or engineering degree. Typically has ten to fifteen years of experience, depending on qualifications.
Under general direction, has duties on instructing, directing, and checking the work of other operating systems
programming personnel. Formulates and defines specifications for complex software programming applications
or modifies/maintains complex existing applications using engineering releases and utilities from the
manufacturer. Responsible for program design, coding, testing, debugging, and documentation. Responsible for
applications dealing with the overall operating system, such as sophisticated file maintenance routines, large
telecommunications networks, computer accounting, and advanced mathematical/scientific software packages.
Requires full technical knowledge of all phases of software systems programming applications. Responsible for
quality assurance review and the evaluation of new and existing software products. Acts as project leader for
An entry level position. Performs a variety of selected planning and scheduling tasks in order to develop
knowledge and skills. Assists in the routine preparation/interpretation of planning documents. May be responsible
for developing work schedules. Works under close supervision and usually under the guidance of an experienced
Project Planner/Scheduler. Tasks and duties are assigned in detail and work is reviewed for integrity and
A developmental level Project Planner/Scheduler. Assists senior colleagues with planning and scheduling. May
assists in the preparation of detailed engineering/construction schedules. May ensure that appropriate scheduling
documentation is maintained, monitor work hours to establish trends and forecasts. Exercises judgment in the
selection, classification, compilation and analysis of data obtained from a variety of sources. Recommends
solutions to routine problems. Typically operates under reasonably close supervision with clearly defined
assignments and precise instructions. Technical guidance is normally available.
A fully qualified level requiring considerable knowledge of planning/scheduling. Prepares and maintains complex
engineering and construction schedules for projects and project proposals. Prepares reports to and maintains
liaison with management regarding project planning and scheduling activities. Ensures the maintenance of all
essential records and reports. Works under general direction with established guidelines for conformance with
procedures, technical veracity and project needs. Documents and data produced are subject to review by
A specialist level requiring significant knowledge and proficiency of planning/scheduling. Prepares and maintains
complex engineering and construction schedules for projects and project proposals. Prepares reports to and
maintains liaison with management regarding project planning and scheduling activities. Ensures the
maintenance of all essential records and reports. Determines work procedures and makes recommendations for
Responsible for establishing baseline criteria to plan and schedule workload relative to various project scopes of
work. Prepares project planning and scheduling status reports and recommends remedial actions. Carries out
necessary preplanning to examine scope of work and services, work breakdown structure, engineering quality
and quantities, financial and contractual obligations and division of responsibility to control and report on planning
and scheduling activities. Assists project leaders in determining schedule priorities. Makes decisions involving the
planning, organizing and scheduling of work. Recommends changes in methods and systems.
Directs all activities related to inquiries from media and public. Oversees management development of guidelines
dealing with the media and advises departments seeking publicity in support of products and marketing efforts.
Typically reports to a Top Executive.
This position plans, directs and coordinates the public relations and/or internal communications of the
organization within the framework of established policies and procedures. Specific duties include responsibility for
all or some of the following: internal communication programs, corporate image development, corporate
donations, public and media relations information, stockholder liaison and information exchange or development
and maintenance of government contracts and relationships. May also be responsible for the annual report, and
formulation and filing of proxy statements. This position typically reports to a Public Relations Director.
Receives training in various phases of purchasing including expediting, processing invoices and purchase orders,
maintaining control records, purchasing of routine and standard items, and obtaining quotations and bids for sale
of company equipment. Works under immediate supervision from more senior Purchasing Agents. Usual
qualifications include a university degree with limited or no related purchasing experience; high school diploma
with a minimum of 5 years' related experience.
Progressive training in various phases of purchasing. Performs procurement work requiring comprehensive
knowledge of products, sources, materials, services, policies and procedures. Duties may include processing
purchase requisitions, expediting purchased materials, developing inventory forecasts, liaisons with vendors, and
evaluating alternative vendors, sources, products, and services for effective cost management. Usual
qualifications include a university degree with a minimum of 2 years' related experience; high school diploma with
Responsible for purchasing most items required by the organization. Duties include receiving and analyzing
requisitions, expediting purchased materials, negotiating terms of agreements/contracts, liaisons with vendors,
and surveying the market for competitive quotations and sources of supply. May provide guidance to junior
Purchasing Agents. Usual qualifications include a university degree with a minimum of 4 years' related
experience; high school diploma with a minimum of 10 years' related experience.
Accountable for handling highly responsible procurement work. Duties include assigning and reviewing work of
junior staff, coordinating purchases and logistics with field and other operations, and liaisons with vendors for
significant purchases. Assumes a strategic role in the purchasing operations including negotiations,
Responsible for the effective co-ordination of purchasing activities. Possesses thorough knowledge of all
specialty areas in purchasing. Typically supervises buyers and support staff; provides consultative services to
client departments; represents company on major requisitions; designs, promotes, and implements materials
management strategies, directions and plans.
This position manages, supervises and administers all purchasing for the company, including buying and pricing.
May be involved in materials management and the procurement of office services. Decisions made at this level
are not usually subject to technical review. Items purchased may involve large sums of money. Work is assigned
only in terms of broad objectives and is reviewed for policy, soundness of approach and effectiveness. This
position normally reports to the Top Administration Executive.
Main function is the operation of the switchboard, screening and redirecting all incoming calls, placing of outgoing
long distance calls, and checking tolls on all long distance calls. Responsible for the switchboard equipment and
for the efficient operation of that equipment. May act as receptionist and greet and direct visitors to the company.
May provide backup word processing to administrative support staff.
Under direct supervision, performs tasks including entering and retrieving information from databases, basic
research and analysis, and report preparation. Assists more senior Risk Analysts in the development of risk
models and in monitoring compliance to established risk guidelines. Incumbent has very limited discretion.
Typically has a University Degree with minimal experience.
Performs basic risk analysis and modeling including loss forecasting and loss reduction related to operating risk,
insurance, and any class of financial risk. Responsible for database maintenance, monitoring and reporting on the
success of existing risk programs, and assists in developing and implementing new programs. Work is generally
reviewed for results. Typically has a University Degree with 3 years' of related experience.
Independently performs moderately complex risk analysis and modeling including loss forecasting and loss
reduction related to operating risk, insurance and any class of financial risk. Responsible for report preparation,
analyzing information to identify risks to the organization, monitoring compliance to risk guidelines, maintaining
integrity of databases and reporting functions. Provides support to senior Risk Analysts and the Risk Manager in
implementing and administering the organization's risk management programs. Typically has a University Degree
Competent to complete complex risk management projects involving loss forecasting and loss reduction related
to operating risk, insurance, and any class of financial risk. Incumbent is involved in the development and
enhancement of advanced models to support the organizations risk management programs. Typical areas of
responsibility include advanced analysis and modeling, analyzing and identifying risks to the organization,
monitoring compliance to risk guidelines, making recommendations and supporting the department manager in
implementing and administering the organization's risk management programs. Requires extensive technical and
analytical skills and uses judgment in setting priorities to complete assignments. Typically has a University
This incumbent is accountable for providing the Risk Manager and/or senior leadership with accurate, timely
information and recommendations that allows them to make sound decisions for risk management programs
related to operating risk, insurance, and any class of financial risk. Reviews the work of less experienced risk
analysts for results and makes recommendations based on findings. Demonstrates expertise in complex risk
analysis, modeling and risk quantification methodologies. Develops and ensures accuracy of processes, data
management and reporting functions. May have responsibility for supervision of, and provide guidance and
Responsible for developing, implementing and administering risk management programs related to operating
risk, insurance, and any class of financial risk. This may include establishing risk tolerance guidelines and policies
and ensuring the risk exposure of the organization is within these guidelines; and/or ensuring maximum
protection of the organization's assets. Develops processes for effective and efficient reporting and data analysis
to minimize risk exposure. Incumbent supervises risk analysts and provides technical expertise to senior
leadership. Makes independent decisions in order to plan, organize, direct and control work and personnel within
the department. This position normally reports to the Chief Financial Officer or the Financial Director.
Under direct supervision, maintains the integrity of the systems server environment. Installs system software
upgrades including planning and scheduling, testing and coordination. Performs workstation and server
administration set up. Maintains file systems disks. Coordinates disk space planning and management. Maintains
growth statistics and space forecasts. Performs data back up and recoveries. Maintains tape libraries. Maintains
software and hardware inventories. Monitors and maintains continuity with system software licensing and
maintenance agreements. Provides recommendations to hardware and system software planning and budgeting.
Maintains production change control schedule and participates in change control.
Under general supervision, performs software installations and upgrades to operating systems and layered
software packages. Schedules installations and upgrades. Monitors and tunes the system to achieve optimum
level of performance. Ensures data and media recoverability by implementing a schedule of systems backups
and database archive operations. Conducts routine hardware and software audits of operating system
workstations and servers for compliance with established standards, policies, configuration, guidelines and
procedures. Develops and maintains database or library of all supporting documentation.
Under general direction, responsible for all activities related to system administration. Ensures long-term
requirements of systems operations and administration are included in the overall information systems planning
of the organization. Responsible for the installation, maintenance, configuration, and integrity of computer
software. Implements operating system enhancements that will improve the reliability and performance of the
Responsible for all software systems programming activities. Applications generally affect the overall operating
system, such as sophisticated file maintenance routines, advanced scientific software, large telecommunications
networks and computer accounting. Responsible for meeting budget goals and objectives. Provides input to
policy level direction regarding standards and budget constraints. Makes personnel decisions. Assigns personnel
to projects and directs their activities. Projects software and hardware requirements in conjunction with other
information systems managers. Develops standards for all software system applications and provides technical
guidance to the information systems staff. Directs the interface of software systems with the hardware
configuration and the applications systems. Additional areas of responsibility include: configuration/capacity
planning, software products evaluation, and systems performance analysis and optimization. Prepares activity
and progress reports for software systems programming activities. Frequently reports to a Computer Operations
At this level, incumbents enter the technical services field. Receives training assignments designed to provide
experience in areas including databases, networks and operating systems. Competent to work on several phases
of activities, but requires instruction and guidance in other phases. Usual qualifications include a university degree
with minimal experience; technical school diploma with a minimum of 2 years' related experience; or high school
diploma with a minimum of 4 years' related experience.
This is the intermediate level at which incumbents perform specific assignments requiring the knowledge of a
variety of methods, processes, and techniques. Receives ongoing development in areas including databases,
networks, operating systems or a combination of the aforementioned. Competent to work on most phases of
activities. Usual qualifications include a university degree with a minimum of 2 years' related experience; technical
school diploma with a minimum of 4 years' related experience; or high school diploma with 8 years' related
At this level, incumbents work on assignments that are varied and complex and may require a thorough
knowledge of methods, processes and techniques. Areas of specialty include databases, networks, operating
systems, or a combination of the aforementioned. Competent to work at the highest technical level of all phases
of applications programming activities. Usual qualifications include a university degree with a minimum of 4 years'
related experience, or equivalent combination of education and experience.
At this level, incumbents work on assignments that are complex with little precedence and require specialized
knowledge and skills. Areas of specialty include databases, networks, operating systems, or a combination of the
aforementioned. May work as a team leader on projects requiring an advanced knowledge of methods,
processes, and techniques. Has full technical knowledge of all phases of activity, and may also instruct, direct
and check the work of junior personnel. May provide quality assurance review.
At this level, incumbents may supervise or act as an advanced specialist while instructing, guiding, training and
aiding in development of less experienced technical personnel. Demonstrates a broad business and technical
knowledge in resolving problems and defining new opportunities. Areas of specialty include databases, networks,
operating systems, or a combination of the aforementioned. May make decisions on personnel actions (hiring,
terminations, promotions, etc.). Controls revenues and/or expenses within operating unit and is responsible for
meeting budget goals and objectives. Provides input to policy level direction regarding standards, budgetary
Responsible for planning and directing all or essentially all major corporate staff functions in support of line
operations. Specific responsibilities may include supervision of management information systems, corporate
strategic planning and development, human resources, facilities management, central purchasing, internal
consulting, and public/community/stockholder relations. Frequently reports to a Chief Executive Officer or Chief
Operating Officer. Note: Reporting entity is Corporate. This is generally a single incumbent position. Only one
employee, the most senior individual, per organization entity should be reported.
Responsible for planning and directing all or essentially all major corporate staff functions in support of line
operations. Specific responsibilities may include supervision of management information systems, corporate
strategic planning and development, human resources, facilities management, central purchasing, internal
consulting, and public/community/stockholder relations. Frequently reports to a Chief Executive Officer or Chief
Operating Officer. Note: Reporting entity is Subsidiary, Group or Division. This is generally a single incumbent
position. Only one employee, the most senior individual, per organization entity should be reported.
This is the top audit position with responsibility for planning, developing, recommending, and monitoring
procedures and systems to be used in internal auditing throughout the organization. Responsible for the
supervision of the audit staff. May be responsible for managing audits of joint ventures, partnerships, and other
units of the organization. Frequently reports to a Chief Financial Officer or Chief Executive Officer. Note: This is
generally a single incumbent position. Only one employee, the most senior individual, per organization entity
Responsible for the analysis of new business opportunities through market research and developing marketing
initiatives. Provides business development leadership and lead efforts on licensing agreements. Coordinates with
Top Economic Evaluations/Acquisition & Divestment Executive and/or Top Economic Evaluations/Acquisition &
Divestment Executive to ensure merger/acquisition/licensing activities support long-term organization plans.
Frequently reports to a Top Marketing Executive or a Top Sales and Marketing Executive.
This position is the Chief Executive Officer for a division. The employee is responsible for the direction,
management, and performance of a division which functions as a profit center. This position typically supervises
both sales and marketing and operations, and may have responsibility for divisional accounting, purchasing,
personnel, engineering, and/or financial functions. Frequently reports to the Chief Executive Officer of a
Corporation, Subsidiary, or Group. Note: Reporting entity is Division. This is generally a single incumbent position.
Only one employee, the most senior individual, per organization entity should be reported.
Responsible for improving or maintaining positive customer relationships through the implementation of programs
to address customer complaints and concerns. Establishes and implements customer service standards. Areas
of responsibility typically include customer accounting, billing, credit, and collection. Typically reports to a Chief
Executive Officer or Chief Operating Officer. Note: This is generally a single incumbent position. Only one
employee, the most senior individual, per organization entity should be reported.
This position is responsible for assessing the overall effect of major proposals (e.g. acquisitions, divestments,
large-scale changes to operations, or corporate reorganizations) upon the organization's activities. Wholly or in
conjunction with other senior executives, develops criteria for use in evaluating proposals and making
recommendations. May have a small staff while drawing specific skills from other departments as required.
This position is the chief executive or president of a group. The employee is responsible for the direction,
management, and performance of a group which functions as a profit center. The group for which the executive is
responsible must consist of multiple divisions. This position typically supervises both sales and marketing and
operations, and may have responsibility for group accounting, purchasing, personnel, engineering, and/or
financial functions. Frequently reports to the Chief Executive Officer of either a Subsidiary or Corporate
organization. Note: Reporting entity is Group. This is generally a single incumbent position. Only one employee,
This is the top human resource management position with responsibility for the development and implementation
of organization-wide policies and programs encompassing all, or nearly all, aspects of human resource
management including employment, employee/labor relations, employee benefits, compensation, employee
training, placement, organizational development, safety, security, drug control, ADA and EEO/Employment
Equity Act compliance, and employee assistance. Duties may also include direction of office services, facilities,
and international human resources. Works directly with top management in developing human resources
strategies and policies. Frequently reports to a Chief Executive Officer, Chief Operating Officer or Top
Administrative Executive. Note: Reporting entity is Corporate. This is generally a single incumbent position. Only
one employee, the most senior individual, per organization entity should be reported.
This is the top human resource management position with responsibility for the development and implementation
of organization-wide policies and programs encompassing all, or nearly all, aspects of human resource
management including employment, employee/labor relations, employee benefits, compensation, employee
training, placement, organizational development, safety, security, drug control, ADA and EEO/Employment
Equity Act compliance, and employee assistance. Duties may also include direction of office services, facilities,
and international human resources. Works directly with top management in developing human resources
strategies and policies. Frequently reports to a Chief Executive Officer, Chief Operating Officer or Top
Administrative Executive. Note: Reporting entity is Subsidiary, Group or Division. This is generally a single
incumbent position. Only one employee, the most senior individual, per organization entity should be reported.
This position is responsible for establishing and implementing international strategies and policies. Identifies,
evaluates, and manages international business opportunities, negotiating all pertinent contracts and agreements
necessary. Ensures the company invests in economically attractive projects in line with the company's financial
objectives, legal standards, and risk tolerances. Responsible for preparing, implementing and monitoring long
range plans and budgets. May be responsible for maintaining external relations with business, professional,
governmental and international groups. Frequently reports to a Chief Executive Officer. Note: Do not report
expatriates to this position. This is generally a single incumbent position. Only one employee, the most senior
Responsible for communications and contact with all segments of the investment community such as
shareholders, research analysts, portfolio managers, and stockbrokers, with the purpose of improving the interest
in the organization from the financial community. Performs duties such as assisting in the development of long-
and short-term investor relations strategies, arranging for analyst visits to the organization, and supervising the
preparation and production of the organization's annual and quarterly reports. Frequently reports to a Chief
Executive Officer, Chief Financial Officer, or Chief Operating Officer. Note: This is generally a single incumbent
position. Only one employee, the most senior individual, per organization entity should be reported.
This is the top legal position with responsibility for determining legal posture and interests of the organization. As
General Counsel, ensures that business practices, policies, and dealings of the organization meet regulatory
requirements to protect the organization from legal action, manages the organization's defense, the interpretation
and preparation of legal documents and provides counsel to corporate management on legal matters. Generally
serves as or supervises Corporate Secretary (Legal). Responsible for the supervision of the legal staff. Frequently
reports to a Chief Executive Officer or Top Administrative Executive. Note: Reporting entity is Corporate. This is
generally a single incumbent position. Only one employee, the most senior individual, per organization entity
This is the top legal position with responsibility for determining legal posture and interests of the organization. As
General Counsel, ensures that business practices, policies, and dealings of the organization meet regulatory
requirements to protect the organization from legal action, manages the organization's defense, the interpretation
and preparation of legal documents and provides counsel to corporate management on legal matters. Generally
serves as or supervises Corporate Secretary (Legal). Responsible for the supervision of the legal staff. Frequently
reports to a Chief Executive Officer or Top Administrative Executive. Note: Reporting entity is Subsidiary, Group
or Division. This is generally a single incumbent position. Only one employee, the most senior individual, per
This position is responsible for strategy development and the planning, direction and co-ordination of all activities
involving company operations which may include engineering, oil sands, pipeline, field or plant operations.
Typically direct reports would include related operations managers and operations support services. Conducts
and reviews feasibility of new or revised systems and procedures. Manages the internal audit process to ensure
compliance with organizational standards. Frequently reports to a Chief Executive Officer or Chief Operating
Leads the organization's purchasing/procurement/sourcing function to minimize the organization's overall
purchasing costs without compromising quality or reliability of supply. Contributes to the development of the
organization's overall supply and logistics strategy. Establishes purchasing budgets, plans, policies, systems, and
procedures that will achieve these strategic objectives. Identifies, evaluates, and capitalizes on opportunities to
reduce purchasing costs by improving the organization's buying patterns and supply channels. Evaluates,
negotiates, and manages the most complex or strategically important supplier and vendor relationships to secure
terms that are in the organization's best interest. Frequently reports to a Top Supply Chain Executive, Top
Operations Executive, or Chief Financial Officer. Note: This is generally a single incumbent position. Only one
Responsible for the application of risk management techniques to mitigate price risks of the organization's overall
supply and sales, and ensuring that all activity is in compliance with contractual obligations. Individual also
develops loss prevention programs that provide maximum protection of the organization's assets, guarantees
timely investigation of accidents involving the organization's employees, and oversees coordination between
insurance companies and attorneys. Usually reports to the Chief Financial Officer or Treasurer. Note: This is
generally a single incumbent position. Only one employee, the most senior individual, per organization entity
Responsible for planning, directing, and coordinating the total marketing and sales effort of the organization for
retail, commercial, and/or distributor customers. Develops marketing concepts in keeping with organization goals
and objectives and works jointly with manufacturing, production/processing, and transportation executives to
promote customer service. May coordinate organization advertising and public relations activities. Frequently
reports to the Chief Executive Officer or Chief Operating Officer. Note: Reporting entity is Corporate. This is
generally a single incumbent position. Only one employee, the most senior individual, per organization entity
Responsible for planning, directing, and coordinating the total marketing and sales effort of the organization for
retail, commercial, and/or distributor customers. Develops marketing concepts in keeping with organization goals
and objectives and works jointly with manufacturing, production/processing, and transportation executives to
promote customer service. May coordinate organization advertising and public relations activities. Frequently
reports to the Chief Executive Officer or Chief Operating Officer. Note: Reporting entity is Subsidiary, Group or
Division. This is generally a single incumbent position. Only one employee, the most senior individual, per
This is the top sales position with responsibility for the direction and management of the sales activities of the
total organization. Directs the development of sales plans, strategies, objectives, policies, and procedures that
conform to broad corporate marketing objectives. Manages field sales offices, inside sales, customer service
functions, and/or the organization's relationship with distributors' and manufacturers' representative organizations.
Frequently reports to a Chief Executive Officer or Chief Operating Officer. Note: Do not match this position if
employee is responsible for both marketing and sales - see Top Sales and Marketing Executive. Note: Reporting
entity is Corporate. This is generally a single incumbent position. Only one employee, the most senior individual,
This is the top sales position with responsibility for the direction and management of the sales activities of the
total organization. Directs the development of sales plans, strategies, objectives, policies, and procedures that
conform to broad corporate marketing objectives. Manages field sales offices, inside sales, customer service
functions, and/or the organization's relationship with distributors' and manufacturers' representative organizations.
Frequently reports to a Chief Executive Officer or Chief Operating Officer. Note: Do not match this position if
employee is responsible for both marketing and sales - see Top Sales and Marketing Executive. Note: Reporting
entity is Subsidiary/Group/Division. This is generally a single incumbent position. Only one employee, the most
Responsible for the development and implementation of security policies that are appropriate for the organization.
Ensures procedures are in place to protect the organization's intellectual and physical property, employees, and
information systems. Serves as a liaison with all outside government and law enforcement officials on security
matters for the organization. Frequently reports to a Chief Executive Officer, Chief Operating Officer, or Top
Human Resources Executive. Note: This is generally a single incumbent position. Only one employee, the most
senior individual, per organization entity should be reported.
This is the top tax position with responsibility for developing organization tax strategy and administering tax affairs
so they are in compliance with federal, regional, local, and/or foreign tax laws. Responsible for filing federal and
local income, ad valorem, franchise, and other taxes. Responsible for the supervision of the tax staff. Frequently
reports to a Chief Financial Officer. Note: This is generally a single incumbent position. Only one employee, the
most senior individual, per organization entity should be reported.
This position is responsible for the direction and management of the treasury activities of the organization.
Ensures financial transactions, policies and procedures meet corporate objectives and needs, and regulatory
body requirements. Supervises the corporate banking, credit and investment functions. May include responsibility
Receives training and development in various treasury activities, such as making daily deposits, printing and
distributing checks, and monitoring bank service charges. May assist senior personnel in preparing documents,
graphs and status reports using standard methodologies and processes. Works under close supervision. Usual
qualifications include a university degree with minimal experience; technical diploma with a minimum of 2 years'
Receives ongoing development in various treasury activities, such as monitoring or making daily deposits,
distributing checks, and monitoring bank charges. May assist senior personnel in preparing documents, graphs
and status reports using standard methodologies and processes. Work is generally reviewed for results. Usual
qualifications include a university degree with a minimum of 2 years' related experience; technical diploma with a
minimum of 4 years' related experience.
Responsible for varied treasury activities, such as daily and long-term cash flow forecasting, verifying interest
charges and earnings, and using specialized treasury software applications. Assignments are given in terms of
objectives and relative priorities. Problems may be solved by adapting standard methods or by practical
applications of knowledge. Usual qualifications include a university degree with a minimum of 4 years' related
experience; technical diploma with a minimum of 6 years' related experience.
May act as a group leader with supervisory responsibilities for a small group of treasury personnel, as well as
junior professionals. Requires application of well developed business knowledge to coordinate difficult, complex
assignments. Makes independent decisions in planning, organizing and completing treasury activities involving
the trading desk (i.e. daily investments, foreign exchange transactions, securing letters of credit, etc.).
Responsible for selecting appropriate applications and approaches to problems and projects. Provides guidance
and training to less experienced Analysts. May conduct special complex and advanced level studies, as well may
provide recommendations concerning selection and training of staff. Work is generally reviewed for results
achieved only. Makes independent decisions within broad guidelines and policies.
Assists in the management of treasury activities including the allocation of cash balances, maintaining investment
records and preparing expense and earnings forecasts. Oversees financial transactions including the payment of
dividends, and debt instruments and corresponding interest. Ensures policies and procedures meet corporate
objectives and needs, and regulatory body requirements. Acts as corporate liaison in conducting business with
outside financial institutions. May supervise more junior staff. Normally referred to as the "Assistant Treasurer". In
most organizations, reports to the Treasurer and represents him/her in times of absence.
Responsible for reporting the daily corporate cash transactions, gathering data, and preparing cash and financial
forecasts. Reviews depository institutions financial status to allow management to determine the stability of the
organization. Assists with the credit administration of bonds, stocks, notes, corporate checks, and mortgages.
Prepares weekly and monthly cash status reports. May assist in writing the corporate annual report.
Responsible for achieving the maximum utilization and security of corporate funds by determining cash
requirements and maintaining appropriate cash flow with banking and investment institutions. Manages lockbox
and wire transfer operations, and deposit and disbursement accounts. Frequently reports to a Treasurer.
At this level, incumbents enter the user services field. Receives training assignments designed to provide
experience in areas including hardware support, I186software support and training, help desk, internet/intranet, or
a combination of the aforementioned. Competent to work on several phases of activities, but requires instruction
and guidance in other phases. Usual qualifications include a university degree with minimal experience, technical
school diploma with a minimum of 2 years related experience, or high school diploma with a minimum of 4 years
This is the intermediate level at which incumbents perform specific assignments requiring the knowledge of a
variety of methods, processes, and techniques. Receives ongoing development in areas including hardware
support, software support and training, help desk, internet/intranet, or a combination of the aforementioned.
Competent to work on most phases of activities. Usual qualifications include a university degree with a minimum
of 2 years related experience, technical school diploma with a minimum of 4 years related experience, or high
At this level, incumbents work on assignments that are varied and complex and may require a thorough
knowledge of methods, processes and techniques. Areas of specialty include hardware support, software support
and training, help desk, internet/intranet, or a combination of the aforementioned. Competent to work at the
highest technical level of all phases of activities. Usual qualifications include a university degree with a minimum
of 4 years related experience, or equivalent combination of education and experience.
At this level, incumbents work on assignments that are complex with little precedence and require specialized
knowledge and skills. Areas of specialty include hardware support, software support and training, help desk,
internet/intranet, or a combination of the aforementioned. May work as a team leader on projects requiring an
advanced knowledge of methods, processes, and techniques. Has full technical knowledge of all phases of
activity, and may also instruct, direct and check the work of junior personnel. May provide quality assurance
At this level, incumbents may supervise or act as an advanced specialist while instructing, guiding, training and
aiding in development of less experienced technical personnel. Demonstrates a broad business and technical
knowledge in resolving problems and defining new opportunities. Areas of specialty include hardware support,
software support and training, help desk, internet/intranet, or a combination of the aforementioned. May make
decisions on personnel actions (hiring, terminations, promotions, etc.). Controls revenues and/or expenses within
operating unit and is responsible for meeting budget goals and objectives. Provides input to policy level direction
Using a variety of graphics software applications, techniques, and tools, designs the website to meet the
organization's communications needs based on management's Internet/Intranet strategies and goals. Develops
user interface features, site animation, and special-effects elements. Requires understanding of web-based
technologies and thorough knowledge of HTML code, browsers, ASP pages, object-oriented technology, and/or
Responsible for the direction of daily drilling operations for two or three offshore drilling units (platform or mobile,
including drill ships). Reviews daily drilling reports from rigs and directs corrective action as necessary. Directs
Toolpushers assigned to each rig in technical processes (including well logging and formation testing) and
advises Toolpushers as required on operating problems (such as correcting directional hole problems, broken
drilling tools, and difficult completions). Responsible for efficient use and maintenance of equipment. Directs
preparation for rig mobilization. Maintains liaison with operator personnel (Field Operator (Supervisory) IV or
Senior Foreman level) as necessary to answer questions and solve complaints. Does not have sales
responsibility, although incumbent may function as customer liaison. Does not have responsibility for onshore
Provides leadership during the commissioning and start-up phases of facility operations. Optimizes ongoing plant
operations. Ensures that plans are developed for commissioning and start-up requirements. Supports pre-
commissioning, punch-listing and turnover activities. Ensures commissioning and start-up schedules meet the
overall start-up schedule. Evaluates commissioning testing to confirm design criteria will be met. Generates
commissioning and start-up budgets. Typically reports to the Site Operations Manager (not surveyed). Requires a
minimum of ten years experience in a leadership capacity in an oil sands production facility and fifteen years
within the maintenance, operations and/or engineering areas of an oil sands operation.
Provides community relations programs, policy development and management. May have land expertise. Plays a
leading role in building and sustaining community relations through issue management, public consultation and
negotiation, and transfer of knowledge. Measures and evaluates the effectiveness of company initiatives for their
success in fostering and promoting good working relationships and company image within the community at
large. Works under minimal supervision. Usual qualifications include a university degree and 4 to 6 years' related
This function is responsible for the research, identification, and recommendation of strategic projects and
partnerships for community relations. Plays a significant role in building and sustaining community relations
through issue management, public consultation and negotiation, and transfer of knowledge. May possess land
expertise, and has an awareness of community land issues. The incumbent provides expert opinions on sensitive
or high profile issues with significant impact to various levels of management and to the community. Usual
qualifications include a university degree, 6-8 years of related experience and a good awareness of community
This function steers the development and implementation of policies, strategic projects and partnerships for
community relations. Possesses land expertise, and advanced knowledge of community land issues. The
incumbent provides expert advice, opinion and insights on sensitive and high profile issues to Senior
Management and senior decision-makers in the community. This position normally reports to an executive level.
Usual qualifications include a university degree, 8+ years of related experience and an advanced awareness of
This position is responsible for all facets of oil and gas production, gas plant operations and exploration programs
within an operating unit other than a subsidiary (typically a regional or strategic operating unit within an
organization) in accordance with established practice. Has responsibility for maintaining production volumes
within budget constraints (including maintenance requirements, completions and workovers), effectively
developing/implementing production strategies, developing exploration philosophies, establishing exploration
objectives, and overseeing and prioritizing all exploration plays. Reports directly to the Top Exploration &
This position is primarily concerned with planning and developing the organization's oil and gas exploration
program for recommendation to Senior Management. In larger organizations, the position may be responsible for
such activities over a specified large geographical district. Responsible for geological and geophysical programs
and may have responsibility for the Land Department but does not have production responsibilities. This position
typically only exists in large organizations that have both a Manager and a Second Level Exploration Manager.
Usually reports to the Top Executive level and must include Manager(s) among its direct reports.
This position is responsible for the success of all facets of oil and gas exploration programs within an assigned
geographical region or geological zone including: development of an exploration philosophy, establishing
exploration objectives and selecting and motivating a professional staff of geologists, geophysicists and
exploration technologists. Responsible for overseeing and prioritizing of all exploration plays within the assigned
region or geological zone. This position does not have production responsibilities. Typically reports directly to the
Top Exploration Executive or the Exploration Director in larger organizations.
This field position is responsible for managing all company-operated heavy oil or oil sands operations. Normally
has responsibility for the operation of heavy oil producing properties, related engineering functions and
community affairs. Ensures operations follow company health, safety and environmental protection policies.
Reports to the Top Production Executive.
This position is accountable for ensuring the proper receiving, recording, documentation, and dissemination of all
land agreements, land contracts, some joint venture operating agreements, as well as all reports for the
organization's oil and gas properties, both producing and non-producing. This position liaisons to a large degree
with the Manager Land Contracts/Negotiations to ensure proper interpretation of land agreements and contracts
so that extracts prepared for operations and accounting functions are accurate. The incumbent is also
accountable for ensuring the proper safeguarding of such records and proper control of well data summaries,
plants, land maps, and contracts. May directly supervise Senior Land Administrators or the Land Administration
Supervisor. This position normally reports to the Top Land Executive. This position is typically found in larger
This position provides general supervision to staff directly involved in the maintenance of all land documentation,
land maps, well status reports and lease records. The position is responsible for the contracts department or
contracts and agreement analysis and is usually responsible for day-to-day land system maintenance and
updating, and acreage reporting. May also be responsible for acquisition and disposition post-closing
administration and tracking. Ensures that all land agreements are properly incorporated into the company records
and also ensures the proper and timely dissemination of land information to operating and accounting
departments. May be responsible for ensuring that land contracts and operating agreements are properly
interpreted and recorded, and that the organization and partners honor all obligations and revenue commitments.
This position may provide technical support to more senior Land Administrators, Land Contracts Analysts,
Landmen or other land professionals. The incumbent may review lease rental payments, check invoices, prepare
land schedules and statistics, maintain mineral/surface lease records, record new acquisitions and dispositions,
record cancellations or changes of existing leases, and prepare transfers or assignments, prepare and input data
to land records system. This position makes few decisions, follows existing guidelines and works under close
This position has wider scope than Level A. The incumbent may maintain records, prepare specialized reports or
land inventories, process lease rental authorizations and lease expiry reports, coordinate the Federal/Crown sale
acquisition process, prepare more advanced free-hold surface and minerals documentation, and verify
documentation for internal drilling approvals. Usual qualifications include a university degree with a minimum of 2-
3 years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of experience and education.
Incumbents have a solid understanding of land administration and government regulations. Typical duties include
preparation, approval, execution and registration of leases, sub-leases, easements, surface leases, crossing
agreements and all related documents; review and prepare lease continuation requests and grouping
applications. Works closely with other land administration and land contracts personnel and may assist in the
training of land contracts/administration analysts. Usual qualifications include PLM or business diploma and a
minimum of 5 years' administration experience; or a university degree with a minimum of 3 years' related
Incumbent requires a comprehensive knowledge of land computer systems and procedures, land regulations and
related agreements, land contracts interpretation and close liaison with land negotiators and land contracts
personnel. Typical duties include ensuring all financial information for lease records is accurately maintained,
updated and problems resolved and consistent approach is taken in recording lease and contact information in
the computer land system. May work on the computer land system and recommend modifications where
required. Works closely with negotiators to clarify land contract terminology. Receives little guidance, but the
individual may be required to provide guidance to more junior individuals in the Land Administration and Land
The incumbent is highly regarded for expertise in land computer systems and procedures, land regulations and
related agreements, land contracts interpretation and close liaison with Landmen - Land Contracts & Negotiations
This position develops the working procedures and priorities of the Land Department within the framework of
established exploration policies. Liaises between members of the exploration team and potential partner
organizations. This position provides the training and development to land negotiators and is accountable for
ensuring that entrance into land agreements or attending of Federal/Crown sales have the necessary
management approval for funding or for entering into the deal. This position maintains industry contacts through
an open network of communications to allow for identification of joint ventures that may become available. May
participate in actual land negotiations of a very important or substantial nature. May supervise a team of Landmen
- Land Contracts & Negotiations. This position normally reports to the Top Land Executive. This position is
This position may provide technical support to more senior Land Administrators, Land Contracts Analysts,
Landmen or other land professionals. The incumbents may prepare or review land transfers, assignments and
land contracts. This position makes few decisions, follows existing guidelines and works under close supervision.
This position has wider scope than Level A. The incumbent negotiates land contracts and deals which are not of
strategic importance. The incumbent drafts agreements and notices of assignment, purchase, sale or
conveyance which are moderately complex. Usual qualifications include a university degree with a minimum of 2-
3 years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of experience and education.
Incumbents require a solid understanding of types of land contracts and regulations. May also be responsible for
the preparation and administration of land contracts in an assigned area. Typical duties include analyzing and
drafting more complex agreements, monitoring contractual obligations in an assigned area in conjunction with the
Landmen, ensuring Land Administrators receive appropriate information from land contracts and follow up with
third parties on outstanding agreements and documentation in their area of responsibility. Receives little guidance
and may be required to provide guidance to Land Contracts/Administration Analysts. Usual qualifications include
a university degree with a minimum of 5 years' related experience, or an equivalent combination of experience
Responsible for ensuring that formal land contract agreements are prepared and executed on behalf of all parties
within a land ownership or joint venture agreement. Also responsible for day-to-day maintenance associated with
the life of each land contract. This includes monitoring contractual obligations, changes in working interest,
operatorship, land ownership, and amendments that may affect the governing of the lands based on the operating
and accounting procedures. Works closely with Landman of assigned area. Works independently and is
responsible for supervising and guiding less experienced individuals in the Land Contracts Analyst or Land
This incumbent is highly recognized internally and externally for expertise in formal land contracts for land
ownership or joint venture agreements. Also acts as a technical consultant to the Land Contracts Analysts. Is
recognized as a subject matter expert.
Directs the land activities of the organization. Oversees development of land department procedures and
priorities within an established framework. Oversees the negotiations of land and sales agreements. Develops
relationships with industry contacts, evaluating potential joint ventures. Oversees strategies and programs for the
Land Department. Typically reports to Top Land Executive.
This position typically manages the land activities of the organization. Develops land department procedures and
priorities within an established framework. Is accountable for the negotiation of land and Federal/Crown sales
agreements, as well as ensuring appropriate administrative documentation and contracts are maintained. Liaises
with industry contacts, identifies potential joint ventures, maintains company land records, well data and maps,
etc. May be involved in developing strategies and programs for the Land Department. May supervise a team of
Surface Land Representatives and/or Land Contract Analysts. Normally reports to the Top Land Executive, Top
Exploration Executive, or Top Exploration & Production Executive.
This position is responsible for providing technical support to the senior Landmen. Prepares or reviews transfers,
assignments, and contract schedules; administers contracts; interprets selected contracts and determines
interests. Usual qualifications include a university degree with minimal experience, or a high school diploma with
a minimum of 3 years' related experience.
This is the intermediate position with wider scope than Level A where incumbent negotiates contracts and deals
which are not of strategic importance. Negotiates and drafts agreements for selected farm-outs, farm-ins, options,
acquisitions and divestitures which generally are not complex; administers contracts in an assigned geographical
area and ensures contractual obligations are met. Normal qualifications include a university degree with a
minimum of 2 years' related experience, or a high school diploma with a minimum of 5 years' related experience.
This position requires a solid understanding of regulations, agreements and negotiations. Negotiates and drafts
agreements for farm-outs, farm-ins, options, acquisitions and divestitures; monitors performance of contractual
obligations; participates in Federal/Crown sales providing advice on potential competitors, historical sales data,
posting and bidding strategies. Often known as the Area Land Representative. Usual qualifications include a
university degree with 3 to 8 years' related experience.
Considered the specialist in the field, possesses a comprehensive and broad knowledge of regulations,
agreements and negotiations. Negotiates and drafts agreements for farm-outs, farm-ins, options, acquisitions and
divestitures; monitors the performance of contractual obligations. Participates in Federal/Crown sales by providing
advice on potential competitors, historical sales, posting and bidding strategies. Resolves contentious issues with
senior individuals; advises management of trends, opportunities and threats by monitoring competitor activity;
seeks out investment opportunities aligned with applicable business objectives. Often known as District Landman.
This position is highly regarded internally and externally for its expertise in agreements and negotiations and plays
a major role in business strategy development. Duties focus on complex negotiations and formulation of land and
related strategies. Plays a leading role on industry committees.
Incumbent is considered an authority in the land field and acts as a technical consultant to the organization. This
is a dual-stream first level managerial/supervisory position. Incumbents may be responsible for directing a staff of
professional and perhaps support employees or act as a technical expert. Responsible for planning and directing
large programs/projects; sets priorities and allocates resources; makes necessary decisions on all day-to-day
matters within constraints of company policy. Receives work in terms of broad objectives.
Responsible for the maintenance, construction, and engineering activities for crude oil and natural gas pipelines.
Supervises the preparation of pipeline work requests and authorizations for management approval. May select
outside contractors and equipment for major pipeline maintenance and construction projects. Establishes and
implements safety practices and procedures for pipeline maintenance and repair work. Monitors pipeline pollution
Directs the daily crude and/or natural gas pipeline operations. Aids Top Pipeline Executive in ensuring
compliance with pipeline and regulatory policies. Evaluates performance against production targets and quality
standards, and forecasts manpower and facilities requirements. Typically reports to Top Pipeline Executive.
This position is responsible for efficient and profitable operation of the company's pipeline system. Establishes
tariffs and/or cost of service fees for customers using the pipeline system. Develops plans for profitable
expansion of the company's pipeline and storage facilities. Liaises and negotiates with pipeline and other
companies to obtain required transportation capacity to ensure cost effective transmission of company product to
markets. Represents the company at regulatory hearings (National Energy Board, environmental hearings, etc).
This position has responsibility for international shipment and temporary storage of natural gas liquids (NGL),
crude, liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) and other liquids. Reports to the Top Production Executive.
This position is responsible for company-operated oil and gas assets and facilities, including gas plants. Typically
based in the head office, provides overall direction and supervision to operations and production personnel
working in a field environment, including engineering and technical staff. Responsibilities include development
and implementation of production strategies and techniques utilizing the most profitable and efficient means. This
position does not have exploration responsibilities. This position typically only exists in large organizations that a
Production Manager and a Director of Production. Normally reports to the Top Production Executive or Top
Exploration & Production Executive and must include Manager(s) among its direct reports.
Usually assists more senior Production Field Administrators in day-to-day operations at a field location. Assists
senior personnel in the collection and checking of production reports and charts, and the maintenance and
retrieval of records, correspondence or files. Responsibilities may include reception, mail, and ordering office
supplies. Minimal office experience required. Accounting skills at a basic or junior level. Requires a working
knowledge of standard clerical methods carried out in accordance with semi-complex procedures. May work with
May work independently and receive minimal supervision from more senior Production Field Administrators or
production field support. Makes own decisions but work is checked for accuracy. Collects data from well/plant
operators, checks for completeness and delivers to Production/Revenue Accountants at head office. Codes and
inputs payables. Clerical duties are moderately complex and require sound knowledge of department procedures.
Duties include updating data and preparing reports on special studies. Orders office supplies. May assist in
monitoring of operating expenses and monitoring actual performance versus budget. Good working knowledge of
accounting principles. Requires good PC skills and knowledge of accounting software. Some accounting
Works independently. Works closely with field operations. Assists in all areas of production and general
accounting duties, clerical and office administration functions. Provides analysis and input of operational
accounting information and codes and inputs all payables and production volumes. May assist in preparing
special production reports. Requires broad knowledge of department procedures. Orders all stationery/supplies
and runs office. Monitors, troubleshoots and coordinates with head office maintenance of existing computer
systems. May check work of junior staff and provide guidance. Working with a Supervisor, assists in preparing
field accruals and analyzes actual performance versus budget. Possesses a solid understanding of basic
accounting principles. Requires advanced PC and database management knowledge. An accounting background
This position requires advanced administrative skills to independently complete complex production and general
accounting duties. Requires similar PC, database management and accounting skills as outlined in Production
Field Administrator III. Prepares special production reports, field accruals, and analyses actual performance
versus budget. Makes independent decisions regarding planning, organizing and scheduling work for self and
others. May be responsible for supervision, development and training of more junior staff. An accounting
This position is responsible for all facets of oil and gas production and/or gas plant operations within an assigned
region. Responsible for maintaining actual production volumes within budget constraints, including maintenance
requirements, completions and workovers and effective development and implementation of production
strategies. Has responsibility for gas plant operations, production engineering and community relations. Ensures
operations follow company health, safety and environmental protection policies. This position does not have
exploration responsibilities. Typically reports directly to the Top Production Executive or the Production Director in
This position is responsible for providing and analyzing operational accounting information for properties of low
complexity. Duties may include oil and gas splits, calculation of revenue and royalties, report preparation, gas
plant accounting, equalizations and joint venture audit queries. Work is reviewed periodically to ensure conformity
to procedures. May be referred to as Property Analysts/Specialists in some organizations. Usual qualifications
include a high school diploma with minimal related experience.
This position is responsible for providing and analyzing operational accounting information for properties of a low
to moderate degree of complexity. Duties are similar to those in level A, but typically are more complex. Requires
proven skills and a good technical understanding of production revenue accounting principles. May assist senior
professionals in carrying out complex analysis and specialized reconciliation reports. May be referred to as
Property Analysts/Specialists in some organizations. Usual qualifications include a high school diploma with a
Responsibilities include the co-ordination and completion of a variety of complex assignments involving full and
well-rounded knowledge of accounting principles and production/revenue practices in the industry. Duties include
the analysis and accounting for properties having a moderate to high degree of difficulty. May provide training and
guidance to more junior incumbents and/or assist senior professionals in carrying out more complex
assignments. May be referred to as Property Analysts/Specialists in some organizations. Usual qualifications
include a high school diploma with a minimum of 6 years' related experience; high school diploma and partial
May act as a technical specialist or team leader. Responsibilities include managing and completing a variety of
high complexity assignments involving specialized knowledge of accounting principles and production/revenue
practices in the industry. These assignments may include complex projects such as analysis of financial
performance of business segments, senior management reporting, property and freehold mineral taxes, property
acquisitions, gas cost allowance calculations and other senior accounting related studies and projects. Technical
specialists may act as a consultant within a specific field of general accounting, finance, production/revenue
accounting, or information systems. Team leaders may be responsible for planning and coordinating the activities
of a small group of accounting personnel. May be referred to as Property Analysts/Specialists in some
May act as a technical specialist or supervisor. Responsibilities include coordinating and completing a variety of
high complexity assignments involving advanced technical knowledge of accounting principles and
production/revenue practices in the industry. Technical specialists provide consultative advice on highly complex
financial matters, both within and outside the production/revenue area, and participate in long range financial
studies. Team leaders provide guidance including planning, reviewing and evaluating complex accounting
projects, to a group of professional staff. May be referred to as Property Analysts/Specialists in some
This position is responsible for managing the Production/Revenue accountants, as well as providing the
necessary expertise for highly complex assignments. Requires advanced technical knowledge of accounting
principles and production/revenue practices in the industry. Incumbent is capable of independent decision making
required for the planning, organizing, directing and controlling of work and personnel within the
Production/Revenue Accounting Department. This position normally reports to the Controller or the second
Directs operations of all Organization rigs (both onshore and offshore). Directs rig operations through Managers.
Monitors reports from rigs and directs corrective action as necessary. Responsible for developing programs and
procedures to ensure maximum operating efficiency. Maintains positive customer and prospect relations.
Typically reports to a Chief Operating Officer or to a Chief Executive Officer. Note: This is generally a single
incumbent position. Only one employee, the most senior individual, per organization entity should be reported.
This position is responsible for the company's exploitation of oil and gas reserves, maximizing the value of
company assets. Reviews, plans, directs and coordinates the development and implementation of the
organization's overall oil and gas reservoir optimization strategies. Generally provides leadership to exploitation
managers. Typically reports to the Chief Executive Officer.
This position is responsible for the planning, direction and co-ordination of all activities involving production,
engineering, drilling, exploration, land activities, and also for the creation/development/implementation of oil and
gas exploration programs in conformance with established programs and objectives. Provides advice and
expertise to staff on all production and exploration matters and also lends assistance to other departments as
required. Does not have direct responsibility for finance and administration matters. Typically reports directly to
the Chief Executive Officer. In large organizations, may report to a Top Executive.
This position is responsible for the company's exploration of oil and gas reserves but does not have production
responsibilities. Plans, directs and coordinates the creation, development and implementation of the
organization's overall oil and gas exploration program in conformance with established policies and objectives.
Generally provides leadership to the geology department, geophysics department, land department and regional
exploration managers. Reports directly to the Chief Executive Officer.
This position is responsible for the company's land function and land management operations. In conjunction with
the top exploration executive, plans, directs and coordinates the development of the organization's land programs
and strategies. Areas of involvement include all surface and subsurface land functions, lease acquisition,
negotiation, research, records, payment and contract monitoring. Coordinates all legal matters involving land
management. Provides leadership to the land negotiators and land administrators normally through a subordinate
Land Manager. Has authority to sign legal and binding documents that may require the expenditure of
considerable amounts of funds and/or manpower. Reports directly to the Chief Executive Officer.
Responsible for the daily crude and/or natural gas pipeline operations function. Usually has responsibility for
ensuring compliance with pipeline and regulatory policies, production targets and quality standards, and
forecasting manpower and facilities requirements. Typically reports to a Chief Executive Officer. Note: This is
generally a single incumbent position. Only one employee, the most senior individual, per organization entity
This position is responsible for the company's oil and gas production operations but does not have responsibility
for exploration. Plans and directs the overall production, engineering and drilling activities of the organization.
Coordinates the development, design and improvement of the organization's oil and related hydrocarbons-
producing facilities in conformance with established programs and objectives. Provides engineering and
production advice as well as assistance to other departments as required. Reports directly to the Chief Executive
Under general supervision, performs a wide variety of credit and collection functions. Following established
guidelines, takes action to recover delinquent accounts. Gathers, compiles, and maintains basic credit
information. Contacts customers regarding delinquent payments and prepares reports reflecting status of credit
and collection activity. Exercises considerable discretion in collection activities but must obtain internal approvals
for refinancing and disconnection. Typically requires a high school education or equivalent and two to four years
Responsible for assisting the improvement of energy efficiency by presenting energy efficiency programs,
identifying energy efficiency opportunities, and managing technical assistance. Typically requires a minimum of 2
Responsible for assisting the improvement of energy efficiency by presenting energy efficiency programs,
identifying energy efficiency opportunities, and managing technical assistance. Typically requires a minimum of 4
Responsible for coordinating and implementing all district conservation activities. Analyzes, implements and
manages local, regional, and national conservation programs in which the district decides to, or is mandated to,
participate. Prepares annual budgets associated with conservation Programs. Typically requires a bachelors
degree in engineering with a minimum of 8 years of experience.
Operates specialized equipment to locate underground distribution electric cable lines and marks with paint or
stakes with color flagging. Must be able to read distribution construction drawings and maps.
Responsible for the solicitation and negotiation of gas sales contracts and the preparation of sales
recommendations. May perform research and prepare market analyses. Works under the direction of, and
assists, experienced Marketing Representatives in preparing and executing deals. Typically requires a degree
Responsible for the negotiation and administration of gas sales contracts. Organizes deals of moderate size and
complexity, is capable of handling medium size accounts or geographical areas. Typically requires a degree and
approximately 4 to 7 years of experience.
Responsible for the negotiation and administration of gas sales contracts. Works independently or under minimal
supervision in putting together larger, complex deals, and is capable of handling larger customer accounts or
geographical areas. Typically reports to a Regional Manager, Director, or senior level Account Manager.
Generally requires a degree and 8 or more years of experience.
Responsible for managing the negotiation and administration of gas supply/purchase contracts and for
supervising Gas Supply Representatives. Oversees gas purchase contract negotiation, preparation, identification,
and evaluation of potential sources and reserves. Oversees coordination with marketing, transportation, and
exchange to maximize efficiency. Typically reports to a Top Executive or Director level position.
Responsible for the administration, analysis, monitoring, and negotiation of gas supply or purchase contracts,
amendments, supplements, and/or replacement contracts. Typically requires a degree plus up to 3 years of
Responsible for the administration, monitoring, analysis, negotiating, and concluding of somewhat complex
agreements and contracts for the purchase of natural gas. Typically requires a degree and 4 to 7 years of
Responsible for the administration, monitoring, negotiating, and concluding of complex agreements or contracts
for the purchase of natural gas. May also provide guidance to lower level gas supply representatives. Reports to a
Manager level position. Typically requires a degree and 8 or more years of experience.
Under direct supervision, this position works on the ground assisting Lineman - Journeyman in the installation and
maintenance of transmission/distribution power lines where no electrical hazards exist.
Responsible for the installation, maintenance, removal, and inspection of transmission/distribution power lines.
Typically requires 4 years of experience.
Provide mapping services and related information and data to various department company-wide and outside
entities for a geographical area through the use of specialized software. Performs mapping/technical assignments
such as work order checking, data acceptance, and database maintenance assignments such as OH/UG feeder
replacements, spot and dedicated networks, complex cable replacement, and road widening projects. Typically
Provide mapping services and related information and data to various department company-wide and outside
entities for a geographical area through the use of specialized software. Perform more complex
mapping/technical assignments such as work order checking, data acceptance, and database maintenance
assignments such as OH/UG feeder replacements, spot and dedicated networks, complex cable replacement,
and road widening projects. May offer guidance to lower level mapper. Typically has a minimum of 5 years
Responsible for the supervision of other Meter Readers and is able to perform skilled/difficult electrical and
mechanical work in the installation, testing, calibration, and repair on electrical watt-hour meters, instruments and
Responsible for reading electric, gas, or water meters and keeping track of their average use by recording
information. Other duties would include inspecting meters for damages and defects. Entry level position which
typically requires a high school education.
Responsible for managing and administering the day-to-day activities of field service activities, providing technical
and administrative support to oversee the reading of meters. Typically requires any combination of training,
education and experience with at least 3 years of customer service or general meter reading experience and
some prior supervisory experience.
Responsible for installing, maintaining, repairing, and testing of meters. Typically requires at least 5 years of
Aids more senior Power Analysts in preparing involved technical analysis related to utility finance, rate and
program administration, and electric utility power management.
Prepares involved technical analysis related to utility finance, rate and program administration, and electric utility
power management. Technical liaison for utility information systems.
Prepares broad technical analysis related to utility finance, rate and program administration, and electric utility
power management. Technical liaison for utility information systems.
Responsible for providing technical planning and engineering support by analyzing engineering economics and
technical probability of conservation, fuel resources, generation, transmission, and load management.
Responsible for the reliable generation of electricity through planning and directing the operation, maintenance,
and administration of the organization's power plants. Recommends plans for additional power generation
facilities or modifications to existing facilities to meet power requirements. Typically reports to a Top Utilities
Executive. Note: This is generally a single incumbent position. Only one employee, the most senior individual, per
organization entity should be reported.
Aids in gathering, preparing, and interpreting information regarding costs of operations for use in filing rate
increases, certification applications for construction of new facilities, and justification for tariff purposes of gas
transportation rates and gas gathering rates. Under direct supervision, assists in the preparation and review of
federal regulatory body filings. Analyzes decisions or cases of federal regulatory bodies and their effect on the
organization operations. Requires knowledge of basic accounting principles, utility accounting, federal regulations,
and financial systems, a B.S. or MBA, and 2-4 years of experience.
Responsible for gathering, preparing, and interpreting information regarding costs of operations for use in filing
rate increases, certification applications for construction of new facilities, and justification for tariff purposes of gas
transportation rates and gas gathering rates. Under minimum supervision, assists in the preparation and review of
federal regulatory body filings. Analyzes decisions or cases of regulatory bodies and their effect on the
organization operations. Requires knowledge of basic accounting principles, utility accounting, federal regulations,
and financial systems, a B.S. or MBA, and 4 to 7 years of experience.
Responsible for having a technical understanding of how to interpret information regarding costs of operations for
use in filing rate increases, certification applications for construction of new facilities, and justification for tariff
purposes of gas transportation rates and gas gathering rates. May prepare federal regulatory body filings.
Analyzes decisions or cases of regulatory bodies and their effect on the organization operations. Requires
knowledge of basic accounting principles, utility accounting, federal regulations, and financial systems, a B.S. or
Responsible for handling incoming consumer calls to schedule and dispatch service technicians to problem areas
(including high voltage switching). Maintains documentation of crew activities for continuous knowledge of line
and substation work. Key coordinator during power failures provides notification to internal and external
customers regarding restoration of power services.
Responsible for switching and emergency repair to services, streetlights, connecting and disconnecting services.
Provides support to the Stakeholder Relations Manager in the development and maintenance of the Stakeholder
relationship. Supports business development initiative by implementing stakeholder communications. May
maintain database tracking communications. Provides support to the organization for public hearings, meetings
and media events, by developing presentation material. Usual qualifications include a university degree and a
minimum of 4 years' related experience.
Manages the relationship with key stakeholders, including local government and business leaders. Provides
community relations programs, policy development and management. Plays a leading role in building and
sustaining stakeholder relations through issue management, public consultation and negotiation, and transfer of
knowledge. Measures and evaluates the effectiveness of company initiatives for their success in fostering and
promoting good working relationships and company image within the community at large. Usual qualifications
include a university degree and a minimum of 10 years' related experience.
Responsible for supervising and directing the work of other telecommunications staff.
Accountable for the direction, management, and profitability of all the organization's non-regulated businesses,
which may, or may not, be energy related. May direct operations directly or through subordinate managers.
Typically reports to the Chief Executive Officer. Note: This is generally a single incumbent position. Only one
employee, the most senior individual, per organization entity should be reported.
Responsible for all engineering, construction, maintenance, and operations, as well as all electrical system
planning. This position is typically responsible for power generation, transmission, and electrical substations.
Typically reports to a Chief Executive Officer. Note: This is generally a single incumbent position. Only one
employee, the most senior individual, per organization entity should be reported.
Executive with primary responsibility for preparing, managing, and leading company's testimony in utilities rate
cases before local, regional or federal agencies. Responsibilities include development of all research associated
with regulatory activities including activity across other regulatory entities and maintaining relationship with all
regulators. Develops cost factors in association with utilities rate cases, may or may not, be involved in delivery of
testimony. Typically reports to a Top Legal Executive, Chief Operations Officer or a Top Utilities Executive. If
your job is not involved in utilities rate regulations, match position to Top Regulatory/Government Affairs
Responsible for the planning, construction, operation, and control of the transmission and/or distribution systems.
Directs the maintenance, protection, and improvement of transmission and/or distribution lines. Typically reports
to a Top Utilities Executive. Note: This is generally a single incumbent position. Only one employee, the most
senior individual, per organization entity should be reported. If this incumbent is also the Top Utilities Executive,
please match to the Top Utilities Executive benchmark.
Responsible for establishing the engineering and technical requirements for the organization's gas or electrical
supply production, storage, transmission, and distribution systems including the design and engineering of new
systems, and major modifications to existing systems. Note: This is generally a single incumbent position. Only
one employee, the most senior individual, per organization entity should be reported.
Accountable for the direction, management, and profitability of a regulated utility business, either electric, gas, or
combined electric and gas. Responsible for transmission, distribution, marketing, and customer service within its
service area. Reports to the Chief Executive Officer, Chief Operating Officer, or Top Operations Executive. Note:
This is generally a single incumbent position. Only one employee, the most senior individual, per organization
entity should be reported. Note: if this individual is also the CEO or COO of the organization, please match to one
Trims and clears trees around electric lines.
Responsible for contracting, monitoring, and training maintenance crews. Manages the Utility's forestry and
vegetation maintenance program.
Under minimum supervision, directs the work of other tree trimmers and is responsible for repair and
maintenance of tree trimming and equipment.
Under direct supervision, assist in the construction, maintenance, and installation of meters and related
equipment. Also, assist the line crew as required.
Responsible for communicating with operations on electrical maintenance on projects. Maintain station and
substation batteries, chargers and equipment. Schedule and coordinate work with operating staff and other
Responsible for installing, maintaining, repairing, and operating substation related work.
Responsible for starting a job from the underground stage to the finished product; ability to read schematics,
blueprints and identify the types of materials and tools needed to install any electrical equipment required.
Responsible for erecting and maintaining structures and installing miscellaneous substation equipment; uses
troubleshooting skills to locate electrical and mechanical problems; performs substation switching.
Responsible for planning and supervising the safe and efficient work for assigned crew engaged in assigned
tasks concerning generation stations, substations and facilities for construction or maintenance.
Responsible for managing a job and supervising the work of lineman. In smaller utilities, may be the top Foreman
for line crew.

				
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