Land Administration Manager – Fort Worth, TX

Land Administration Manager, Denver, CO

CSI Recruiting is working with a growing upstream oil and gas company in their need for a Land Administration Manager.  The ideal candidate would have current team leader or management experience on the land administration side in both large and small E&P companies.  Responsibilities will include executing and overseeing the proper delivery of all land administration functions, including lease analysis, lease records, contracts, division order analysis and other land admin work as needed.

Experience with Microsoft Sharepoint and MS Office are highly desired.

Other responsibilities include the following:

  • Oversee and approve lease, division order and contract maintenance
  • Lease set up, monthly rentals and obligations, lease expirations, lease status updates, division of interest, ownership changes, contract input
  • Provide quarterly acreage report and reconciliation to management
  • Work closely with accounting to ensure proper revenue distribution and billing
  • Review and provide accurate land maps and shapefiles as requested
  • Ensure the maintenance and organization of land filing system,
  • Communicate effectively with the Texas Railroad Commission and other local government entities as required to perform tasks.
  • Provide ongoing communications to management regarding land activities.

Requirements include:

  • Bachelor’s degree in related field or equivalent experience is required
  • Advanced knowledge of upstream oil and gas land administration.  Experience working with leases, contracts, division order processes, titles, and division of interest
  • Must be highly organized, resourceful and efficient self-starter with the ability to work efficiently with minimal supervision, set priorities and interface with others.
  • Seeking a minimum of 10 years of progressive experience in land administration in support of a fast-paced and nimble office environment


This role will function as THE land administration department, so the proper candidate needs to have skills across the land admin spectrum, from division orders to lease records and contracts.  It’s a great role for someone seeking to be a key contributor in a small, growth-oriented environment, and you’ll have the opportunity to work with strong leaders in the country’s premier producing areas.