Posted on :
12 Jul, 2010
12 Jul, 2010
Baker Hughes has an immediate opening for a Principal Advisor, Reservoir Management, located in Accra, Ghana.
Baker Hughes serves the worldwide oil and natural gas industry with reservoir consulting and products and services for drilling, formation evaluation, completion and production. We are a leading provider of high-performance technology that creates value from oil and gas reservoirs. Virtually every product and service we provide is designed to lower costs, reduce risk or improve productivity during activities directly related to hydrocarbon extraction, advancing reservoir performance.
Baker Hughes operates in over 90 countries serving independent, international and national oil companies. Our service network is organized into 23 Geomarkets operating in 9 regions and 2 hemispheres. Region and Geomarket management teams work to understand customer needs and coordinate delivery of individual products and comprehensive service solutions that include the right Baker Hughes technologies for the project.
The Principal Advisor will have the following key priorities:
Acts as consulting expert for geomarket providing advice focused on the life cycle of the reservoir and value chain.
Partners with geomarket sales staff to ensure that the customer’s technical needs are clearly understood and defined in order to prepare an effective outline/tender, solution, and forecasted needs.
Collaborate with each of the product lines to define a cohesive product and service offering for the customer by analyzing the customer’s needs, reservoir, and production outlook.
Interface with the customers and geomarket to support the agreed to direction and strategies to best capture the market opportunity.
Provide management and technical support to the geomarket.
Provide technical selling support and recommendations for key field applications.
Help identify new opportunities and development strategies.
The ideal candidate for this role will need the following competencies to succeed:
Collaboration and Influencing Skills as evidenced by:
Self motivated person who uses the informal structure, dynamics and culture of an organization to get things done.
Facilitates collaboration amongst others and brings people together across boundaries to achieve results as a team.
Uses understanding of others and self to work more effectively together and actively resolve conflicts to gain alignment and buy-in from all parties.
Networking and Relationship Building as seen by:
An ability to contract with key stakeholders to lead and influence the business in ways that recognizes, balances, and optimizes their differing interests and expectations.
An ability to recognize sources of conflict, such as cultural, functional, or geographic issues, and act to resolve them balancing short-term and long-term benefits.
A track record of taking risks in the interest of advancing a collaborative relationship
Expiry date: 16 Jul 2010