Applicant must have strong written and verbal communication skills and be able to facilitate groups of technical Environmental Health and Safety Professionals to translate data into meaningful policy arguments. This candidate must value efficiency and be a team player on a variety of strategic issues. You will have an opportunity to work on everything from air quality and emissions reductions to wildlife issues to downhole wellbore integrity issues to name just a few. You do not need to have experience in a specific subject matter, but will have an opportunity to learn about a broad scale of issues pertaining to the oil and gas industry.
Leadership and core values are extremely important in this role. You will support a strong team in everything from meeting facilitation and note taking, agenda preparation, data compilation and report and public comment writing. Written and oral communication is critical as well as tactical and strategic thinking.
This position will be working 10-15 hours per week in a highly collaborative environment with exposure to a diverse range of professionals within the industry.
Graduate Students in an engineering or sciences field are preferred.
Founded in 1984, the Colorado Oil & Gas Association’s mission is to be the unified political and regulatory voice for the oil and natural gas industry in Colorado, and to support our members through advocacy, partnerships, education and stakeholder engagement.