About Coterra EnergyCoterra Energy Inc. was formed in October 2021 as the result of a merger between Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation and Cimarex Energy. By merging, the two legacy companies have created one entity full of talented people with decades of experience in the energy industry. Our team is passionate about delivering reliable energy to all and achieving environmental excellence while doing so. We embrace innovation and technology and encourage an atmosphere of open dialogue between employees and leadership. This is just the beginning for Coterra. We're preparing for the future by expanding our teams across the country. Open positions span across all areas of the business, and we encourage you to visit our website to learn more about Coterra and the opportunities available.Regulatory AnalystJOB SUMMARYReporting to the Regulatory Compliance Manager, incumbents in this position are responsible for the coordination, completion, and filing of government, state and federal, regulatory and compliance documents. Ensures company is compliant with applicable regulations related to company operations. Acts as liaison between company and regulatory agencies. Stays abreast of regulatory issues and keeps management informed on new or changing regulatory requirements.ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIESThe following represents the majority of the duties performed by the position, but is not meant to be all-inclusive nor prevent other duties from being assigned when necessary. Employees are expected to comply with all regulatory, environmental and safety rules and standards, as well as corporate policies. Prepare and file required Federal and State regulatory permits related to Texas and/or New Mexico drilling, completions and workover projects Read and interpret technical drilling reports in order to submit accurate and timely regulatory permits Work closely with asset teams to determine project priorities, successfully obtain permits, and ensure post-spud compliance with all relevant regulations Communicate regularly with regulatory agencies, including the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and the Texas Railroad Commission, on the status and accuracy of permits Assist in the investigation and resolution of regulatory issues in conjunction with field personnel, environmental, health & safety teams (EH&S), and external agencies Establish working relationships with engineering, geology, EH&S, field, and other internal customers to better meet business needs Track permit expiration dates, assist asset teams with emergency permitting, and modify permits to align with changing priorities Stay abreast of regulatory changes and effectively communicate the impact of these changes and any new requirements to the business Other tasks as assignedSKILLS AND EXPERIENCE Knowledge of state and federal rules and regulations, with an emphasis and Texas and/or New Mexico regulations Ability to read, research and comprehend regulatory issues related to oil and gas operations Strong interpersonal skills with ability to build and maintain effective relationships with various regulatory agencies and all levels of company staff and management Ability to read and interpret detailed drilling reports and understand oil and gas operations terminology Established proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite, primarily Excel and Word Strong oral and written communication skills Must have strong time management and organizational skills Must be detail oriented with the ability to multi-task with attention to accuracy Must be team player that possess the ability to adapt to a changing and fast paced work environmentEducation RequirementsMin/PreferredEducation LevelDescriptionPreferred4 Year / Bachelor's DegreeBachelor's Degree preferred; Combination of Education and/or Experience may be considered in lieu of degreeYears of ExperienceYears of Experience RangeDescription1-2 yearsRegulatory focused experience within the oil and gas industry3-5 yearsOil and gas industry experience preferredWORKING CONDITIONS AND PHYSICAL DEMANDWork is typically performed indoors in an office environment. Incumbents must be able to perform work which includes typing, sitting and standing. In the event that incumbent visits operations worksite, personal protection equipment, including head protection, hearing protection, safety glasses, safety shoes, and flame resistant clothing is required. Safety rules including OSHA and DOT requirements are strictly enforced. Employees must be willing to travel and work extended hours on short notice.Travel RequirementsPercent of Travel RequiredCommentsLess than 5%Travel may be required for mandatory meetings or training.EEO-1 STATEMENTCimarex Energy Co. is an equal opportunity employer. Applicants and employees are considered for positions and are evaluated without regard to mental or physical disability, race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, genetic information, military or veteran status, sexual orientation, marital status or any other protected Federal, State/Province or Local status unrelated to the performance of the work involved.