- Houston, TX
- February 8, 2021
Seasoned geoscientist with a heavy background in complex problem-solving methods, both scientific and client-oriented topics. Project Management experience for both agile and waterfall styles. Well-rounded customer service base with experience as a team manager experience across multiple industries. Developed creative work environments for multi-disciplinary teams, allowing for adaptive problem-solving projects. Extensive presentation skills in front of a large, diverse audience with topics ranging from informative to highly technical.
Project Management Professional (PMP®) certification is a qualification program overseen by the Project Management Institute (PMI). In the computer and information technology (IT) industries, the term project management refers to a methodical approach to software development through defined stages called initiation, planning, executing, controlling and closing.
The process for becoming a certified Project Management Professional involves a review of prior education and work experience followed by a written examination. Holders of the certification may use the designation "PMP" after their names in professional correspondence and publication. Each holder of the certification must adhere to a formal code of professional conduct and accumulate a certain minimum amount of relevant experience over a period of three years starting
• Petrophysical Analysis & Reporting: Responsible for petrophysical workflows (assessment, editing, and ultimately the interpretation of each wireline project) resulting in mineral evaluation, rock physics modeling, and pore pressure analysis in big data projects for large reservoir prospects. Analyzed for OGW contacts within every model. Advanced experience with both conventional and unconventional plays. (Max project size 1500 wells)
• Geological Research: Each project required in depth research to appropriately assess the needs of the region. Also helping develop a plan for how to appropriately assess the data we are able to use.
• Multi-Disciplinary Tactics: Every project had at least one active Geophysicist & one active Petrophysicist. A Geologist was also on stand-by for advice if necessary. The reservoir evaluations required in depth associations between both the geophysical and the petrophysical interpretation. Good team relations were a must in these projects.
• Adaptive Problem-Solving &Multi-Tasking Skills: Continuously balancing multiple project and clients simultaneously while working in the multi-disciplinary environment. Each of those projects can have issues that arise with data, geological structure, and/or client requirements. These issues demand solutions that are not only technically sound but also inventive.
• Product Management: Responsible for client caretaking and product advancement. Taking new clients underwing and demonstrating the subtleties of our software packages. From our petrophysical software to the seismic inversion softwares available.
• Sales Demonstrations: Responsible for designing and leading meetings for new clients to demonstrate workflows and criteria for sales pitches. Developed workflows to specifically cater to each client based upon what their company required from the software.
• Proof of Concepts: Took client data and/or designed workflows to fix issues that arise during their analysis. Took client problems and created brand new workflows to solve issues and create new revenue streams. Developed feasibility studies for client’s wells all over the globe, determining whether or not they should continue their pursuits.
• Multi-Tasking & Problem Solving: Responsible for fielding tens of phone calls and emails a day dealing with client issues. This required active listening and critical thinking skills. To help them solve these issues, in-depth problem solving was necessary.
• Team Management: Coordinated a team of six people to keep things moving forward within the group. Each person had a software specialty that allowed them to focus while as a group each individual was responsible for learning a new software each year.
• Technical Sales: Responsible for demonstrations and sales meetings at tradeshows. Focusing these presentations on the fly to each particular client and showing them those things that would make them most enticed by the software.
• Lab Coordinator: Helped create, facilitate, and teach labs for a dozen different classes. Taught classes for Historical Geology, Physical Geology, and Field Camp. Coordinated lesson plans for multiple students