Location: Denver, CO or Columbus, OH

Ideal Candidate Requirements:

  • 8-15 years of experience in the land profession with comprehensive understanding of negotiating, drafting, and administration of surface and subsurface agreements
  • Experience managing brokers and attorneys in transactional and title curative matters, including ordering operation-appropriate title reports and executing on title curative
  • Knowledgeable in Federal leasing, permitting and regulations, with good familiarity of BIA and BLM workings
  • Proficiency with land management databases, reporting tools, and Microsoft Excel
  • Demonstrated adaptability, team-oriented disposition, and ability to work with a diverse group of energy professionals and stakeholders
  • Strong analytical, problem-solving and prioritizing skills with drive for results
  • Experience with stakeholder engagement and negotiation

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience in Exploration and Production oil and gas teams or alternative energy industries, with an understanding of energy-industry financial drivers
  • Efficiently manage multiple projects with minimal supervision

Job Responsibilities:

  • Manage leasing, title, permitting, and regulatory efforts in exploratory areas
  • Work within a multi-disciplinary team of energy professionals in planning and executing of drilling program, including securing agreement on drilling locations and guiding team on regulatory and compliance considerations
  • Establish, cultivate and maintain beneficial relationships with landowners, regulatory agencies, industry partners and other stakeholders
  • Design and assess methodology for expansion to new areas to determine optimal locations for operations, communicating potential risks and paths to success
  • Manage land brokers to negotiate leasing terms, including acceptable lease provisions, surface use acquisition, and operations pad placement, while coordinating with local officials and stakeholders
  • Educate local authorities and internal and external stakeholders on geologic hydrogen, drilling and testing operations, land ownership rights, leasing and exploration timelines through personal engagement, presentations, open houses and media

Onboarding Notes:

  • Koloma provides exceptional benefits including healthcare, vision, and dental and a retirement plan
  • This is an in-office role in either Denver, CO or Columbus, OH. Koloma supports flexible schedules and remote work where practical, but maintaining our strong culture, focus, and momentum requires team members to be in-office for at least 80% of working hours
  • There will be some travel required in this role
  • Industry-competitive compensation with significant stock option upside

This job description is not designed to contain a comprehensive list of duties or activities that are required, and some responsibilities may change.

To Apply:

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