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Administrative Assistant Engineer

Location:
Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States
Posted:
May 24, 2018

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COURTNEY BUSSE-JONES

**** *. ******** ***

Tulsa OK 74104

Tel: 918-***-****

Email: ac5lgt@r.postjobfree.com

Summary

Petroleum geologist with experience in operations and development geology in unconventional resource plays. Strong communication and people skills in a team environment. Enthusiastic, results-oriented, performs well under pressure. Recognized team player with proven abilities to work effectively with individuals at all levels. Excellent verbal and written skills coupled with proven speaking and presentation abilities to groups of all sizes.

Career History

OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY CENTER FOR HEALTH SCIENCES, Tulsa, OK

1/2017 – current

Project ECHO Coordinator

Coordinator for Psychiatry, Addiction, and Pediatric Behavioral and Emotional Health Project ECHO Clinics. Duties include managing the teleconferencing meetings, scheduling speakers, scheduling case presentation, obtaining new clients for participation.

OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY CENTER FOR HEALTH SCIENCES, Tulsa, OK

4/2016 – 07/2017

Academic assistant

Academic and research assistant for Chair of Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. Duties include managing calendar, managing faculty licensing, proofreading forensic psychiatry reports, and grant writing.

THE FRONTIER, Tulsa, OK

10/2015 – 04/2016

Administrative/research assistant

Office, staff and research assistant for digital media start-up. Duties include clerical tasks, databases, story research, marketing and communications functions.

FLEET FEET SPORTS, Tulsa, OK

1/2016 – 4/2016

PR administrative assistant/Fit professional

PR and administrative assistant for Fleet Feet Sports Tulsa. Duties include sending weekly store emails, managing customer database, managing race registration, graphic design for in-store posters, and sales associate.

NEWFIELD EXPLORATION, Tulsa, OK

4/2011 – 4/2014

Geosteering Lead (6/2012 – 4/2014)

Geosteering Geologist (4/2011 – 6/2012)

Responsible for geosteering approximately 60 wells in the Granite Wash (Marmaton), Cottage Grove, Arkoma Woodford, Anadarko Woodford, and Mississppian. Duties include correlating logs while drilling to ensure correct landing point, correlating gamma throughout lateral to determine placement in zone and set targets going forward, liaising with drilling engineer, asset geologist and mudlogger. Other duties include managing rig assignments and weekend duty for other geosteerers, assisting regulatory with data needed for the state, generating maps for drilling lead, generating structure maps for use in steering, helping to define wellbore placement process

PENN VIRGINIA ENERGY, Tulsa, OK

8/2010 – 2/2011

Geologist

Operations Geologist responsible for geosteering approximately 15 horizontal wells in the Granite Wash, correlating logs while drilling to ensure correct landing point, and liaising with mudlogger, drilling engineer and directional driller. Other duties included assisting senior geologists with projects and generating prospects by identifying net pay zones, picking tops and mapping water saturation.

PETROHAWK ENERGY CORPORATION, Tulsa, OK

5/2008 – 11/2009

Geologist

Operations Geologist responsible for generating staking requests, geologic prognoses, AFE requests, updating Petra with tops from operated and non-operated wells, maintaining an OBO database, updating maps, perforation reviews with completions engineer, liaising with geophysicist to determine faulting and formation dip in upcoming wells, provide geologic support to chemical and reservoir engineers, manage geosteerer and geotech.

Geosteering Geologist

Geosteered 80+ horizontal wells in unconventional Fayetteville, Haynesville, and Eagle Ford Shale plays. Responsibilities included working with geologist and drilling engineer to make target changes based on as drilled tops and formation dip changes, providing post-drill analysis of non-operated wells.

ENCANA OIL & GAS (USA) INC., Denver, CO

6/2006 – 2/2007

Geologist

Operations geologist responsible for generating well prognoses, determining well placement, creating structure maps, picking tops on logs for reporting to the state.

●Worked on a special project involving grain density which had a significant effect on OGIP calculations.

●Worked on a special project using geochemical fingerprints to determine compartmentalization of the reservoir.

UNIVERSITY OF TULSA, Tulsa, OK

1/2005 – 5/2006

Teaching Assistant

Taught Physical Geology lab, prepared and assisted professors for History of the Biosphere and Mineralogy labs.

SULLIVAN COUNTRY CLUB

5/2003-8/2004

Clubhouse Staff

Arranged tee times, bartended, cooked.

DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES DIVISION OF GEOLOGY AND LAND SURVEY, Rolla, MO

3/2002-8/2002

Intern

Prepared well samples for analysis, identified samples when necessary.

EDUCATION

University of Missouri Rolla (BS Geology-2002). GPA in major: 3.3. Undergraduate courses include:

Physical Geology

Petroleum Geology

Historical Geology

Field Geology (three courses)

Mineralogy and Crystallography

Environmental and Engineering Geophysics

Petrology

Computer Mapping

Global Tectonics

Depositional Systems

Stratigraphy and Sedimentation

Geochemistry

Structural Geology

Geophysical Imaging

Metallic and Industrial Ore Deposits

Advanced Stratigraphy and Basin Evolution

Paleontology

Advanced Petroleum Geology

University of Tulsa. GPA: 3.65. Graduate courses taken include

Advanced Stratigraphic Analysis

Regional Tectonics

Carbonate Sedimentology

Petroleum Geology

Organic Geochemistry

Environmental Geochemistry

Seismic Stratigraphy

Hydrogeology

THESIS WORK

Research on the cause of long-lived brine scars in the Tall Grass Prairie area near Pawhuska, Oklahoma, and a hypothesis of one or more natural brine pump as the source of brine coming to the surface using electromagnetic data and fracture patterns.

COMPUTER SKILLS

Training courses in ArcView GIS, FEMLAB and Petra, LatNav,

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Tight Gas Sandstones offered by Nautilus

Applied Subsurface Geological Mapping Course offered by SCA

Quick Look Prospecting offered by EnCana

Reservoir Engineering for Geologists offered by AAPG

PRESENTATIONS

Poster: "Hypothesis of a Natural Brine Pump Causing Persistent Brine Scars in the TallGrass Prairie, Oklahoma" at Tulsa Geological Society student night and at the 12th International Petroleum Environmental Conference.

OTHER ACTIVITIES

American Association of Petroleum Geologists

Tulsa Geological Society

American Institute of Professional Geologists

Sigma Gamma Epsilon Honor Society

Theta Eta Sigma Service Organization (president)

References available upon request



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