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Engineer Manager

Location:
Cleveland, Oklahoma, United States
Posted:
June 27, 2019

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Mark Patrick Bozich

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

Jenks, Oklahoma 74037

281-***-**** ac9pjz@r.postjobfree.com

OPERATIONS and GENERAL MANAGEMENT EXECUTIVE

P&L / Business Development / Engineering / Finance / Training / Team Building

Project Management / M&A and Integrations / Turnarounds / Change Management / Proposals

Global experience in Fortune 500 companies as well as in private PE funded technology entities. Served on executive management teams that defined and successfully executed corporate strategy. Record of frequent promotions and selection to manage important projects, business units and key accounts. Strengths include…

Maximizing productivity, sales, profits, quality and customer satisfaction in the US and abroad

Transforming disappointing business units into company leaders

Managing multi-million dollar projects and programs to successful conclusion

Building and leading high-performance operations, sales, engineering and support teams

MBA, Finance & Management, University of Houston, BS, Engineering (Dean’s List), New Mexico State University. Others have described me as results-oriented, analytical, persuasive with solid relationship management skills.

History and Highlights

Engineering Manager in Houston

Sigma

2014 to Jan. 2016

Built and manage an engineering staff of five employees responsible for performing completion and stimulation designs and production enhancement studies for this $52M MS monitoring / reservoir characterization and engineering firm.

Ensured customer (internal and external) satisfaction. Supervise engineers working in client offices. Provide technical support to Houston sales team and in line with the Sigma Cubed Inc. standards of service, quality and in compliance with all relevant legal and HSE requirements.

Contribute to sales growth. Make cold sales calls as well as numerous technical presentations and conduct internal training.

Consultant

Bozich Completion Consulting

2014

Started and managed all facets of this boutique consulting firm.

Developed new business and provided services. Focused on designing/3-D modeling of hydraulic fracturing stimulation jobs on oil and gas wells, as well as supervising the jobs to ensure top quality. In one representative engagement, consulted for Calyx Energy in the Woodford Shale and Mississippi Limestone formations. Calyx has since been purchased by American Energy Woodford, LLC.

International Engineering Advisor/Tulsa Sales Manager

FTS International

2009 to 2013

During last 18 months, worked on attaining international contracts in Argentina, Brazil, China and Saudi Arabia. Prepared and delivered many technical presentations. FTS is a $1.5B international engineering/sales firm serving the oil and gas industry.

During first three years as Tulsa Sales Manager cold called on clients to establish future contracts to supply fracturing services. Conducted presentations and wrote many proposals and reports.

Opened a new market. FTS wanted to expand into the international market. Part of the team that courted Saudi Aramco for their future hydraulic fracturing work. Made many visits to Saudi Arabia, gave technical presentations. Helped establish FTS’ presence.

Developed employees and customers. Built training program for ten Saudi Aramco engineers to design stimulation jobs in unconventional reservoirs.

Provided excellent customer service. Managed key accounts including Williams, Petrohawk, Samson, Newfield, Questar, Petroquest, St. Mary’s and others.

Special Project Manager

Eurenergy Resources, Inc.

2008

Eurenergy is an investment firm and oil and gas field operator/developer of unconventional plays. This private concern is the energy division of the public company, Prime Income Asset Management. Assets included reserves in the Barnett Shale, Dallas, the Fayetteville Shale of Arkansas, oil and gas fields in both W. Virginia and Ohio and shale reserves in England, Wales and France as well as coalbed methane rights in Bulgaria.

Responsibilities included budgeting and forecasting revenue streams, hiring staff, selling underutilized assets as well as asset identification to grow workover program designs and supervision of two-person staff in Reston, WV.

VP of Operations

Flint Energy Services, Inc.

2006 to 2008

Responsible for project quotes, all HSE issues, P&L and budgeting for the pipelines and stations of this $420M oil and gas midstream company. Led a team of 2,600 employees. Services provided included pipeline installation, pumping station assembly, drilling location dirt work plus gas processing equipment manufacturing and servicing. Clients: British Petroleum, Exxon, EOG, Encana, DCP, Samson, Enterprise, OneOK, NGC and Atlas Engineering

Drove growth. Grew special projects from $10M in 2007 to projected $51M in 2008 while simultaneously reducing total recorded incidents from 1.83 in 2006 to 1.52 in 2007 over 7 million man-hours of work.

Halliburton Energy Services

Haliburton Energy Services is a $14B oil and gas upstream company with 90,000 employees worldwide.

Recruited as an Engineer-in-Training upon graduation from college. Progressed through numerous promotions in Engineering, Product Management, HR, Sales and Service. Highlights

HR Senior Manager of Learning & Development (2003 to 2006). Recruited future engineering talent at US universities. Built alliances with technical schools and universities. Devised and implemented new engineering training program via Technical Excellence Centers worldwide. Led 15 professional and support personnel.

Modernized and streamlined training. To support rapid business growth, developed and staffed a competency-based program that leveraged distance learning, computer-based training and mentoring. Recruited, trained and graduated 350+ field engineers. Expanded the program to non-technical college graduates and other Halliburton product service lines.

Supported growth and change. Created standardized HRD strategies for all U.S. and Canada employee development. Consulted with each location to determine current and future staffing demands, strategic business plan and HRD needs so as to integrate regional and country plans.

Technology Leader, Stimulation/Cementing (2000 to 2003). Led a team with accountability for hiring, staffing levels, budgeting, salary administration and career development. Collaborated in the decision making processes regarding contract acquisition and execution. Helped recruit 350 plus graduate engineers.

Business Development/Integrated Solutions/Country Manager of Colombia (1996 to 2000). Directed all aspects of Colombian operations with 500+ employees.

Led a turnaround. Colombia was the lowest-performing Latin American country. Immediately interviewed 500+ employees to establish priorities for improvement and built a business case for reinvestment. Upgraded equipment and facilities. Established new customer contracts. Grew annual revenue from $23M to $54M in three years with the highest profit margins of any Halliburton country in Latin America.

Latin America Regional Product Line Manager for Stimulation (1994 to 1996). Accountable for growing not only Latin America, but the entire product service line which was stimulation. Traveled extensively and gave many presentations to internal and external customers. Directed 800+ employees. Managed a capital budget of $80M. Grew revenue from $87M to $117M.

Regional Technical Advisor for Latin America (1994). Disseminated technical information for the stimulation product service line. Conducted technical presentations for customers.

Senior Global Stimulation Advisor (1993 to 1994). Formulated business plan for the stimulation product service line. Assisted with global budgeting and manufacturing prioritization to introduce "Best Practices" among various regional advisors.

International Technical Advisor (1989 to1993). Pursued project inquiries, developed recommendations and estimates, wrote proposals, negotiated contract terms and conditions. Served as point of contact with operating companies in the US (Conoco, Exxon, Red Adair, etc.) and Halliburton affiliated districts worldwide.

Engineering Manager, New Delhi, India (1987 to 1989). Developed and trained Indian national engineers and chemists. Made bid proposal and recommendations, and negotiated contracts. Formed JV with Tractors India Limited and Dai-Ichi Chemicals

Service Sales Engineer, London, England (1986 to 1987). Built alliances with major operating companies concerning drilling and completion associated with worldwide sectors including the North Sea, Western Europe and Africa. Conducted seminar at Oxford University on standard oilfield practices.

Service Sales Engineer, Great Yarmouth, England (1986). Point of contact with operating companies in the southern North Sea gas fields. Administered chemical slurry testing for cementation of operators’ gas wells.

District Engineer-Service Sales Engineer Aberdeen, Scotland (1983-to 1986). Responsible for overseeing the training and growth of all engineers as well as all customer contacts and contract negotiations.

Engineer-In-Training/Field Engineer/District Engineer, Monahans, TX (1980 to 1983). After training, designed, sold and supervised implementation of new technologies to key clients: Chevron, Hunt Brothers and Marathon.

Additional information

Certificates / Registrations / Licenses

Certified facilitator for "Virtual Team" training.

Training and Development certified at the University of Southern Mississippi

Project Management certified

Articles Published

SPE coauthored paper on "Foamed cement

Speeches Given

Presented above paper at SPE forum in Midland, Texas. Made many technical presentations around the USA regarding oilfield services

Professional groups

Member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers.

Former Chairman of the Continuing Education Committee of the Society of Petroleum Engineers

Former Chairman of SPE Public Service Award Selection Committee

Task force member, American Petroleum Institute on various initiatives

American Society of Training and Development Panel member of the National Assessment of Educational Progress Reading Preparedness for Workplace Training

Oklahoma Independent Petroleum Association

Former SPE Mid-Con awards and membership chairs Current SPE Student Chapter Awards judge

Hobbies and leisure activities

Avid nonfiction reader, crossword puzzles/scrabble. Run and work out with weights. Watch all sports and occasional golfer. Played college baseball and football on 4-year scholarship



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