Organization: Purple Land Management
Title: GIS Analyst
Location: Fort Worth, TX (US)
Purple Land Management, LLC (“Purple”) is one of the nation’s largest tech-enabled provider of land services that negotiates the buying, selling, and leasing of mineral rights, determines and cures title, prepares mineral ownership reports, and performs other related services required for oil and gas operators to drill and produce wells. Overdrive, Purple’s proprietary software-as-a-service (“SaaS”), allows customers to track lease, well, and contract data in a web-based geographic information system (“GIS”) mapping platform powered by ESRI, a leader in GIS mapping software. Based in Fort Worth, Texas, and founded in 2010, Purple has the financial support of Satori Capital, a Texas-based multi-strategy investment firm founded upon the principles of conscious capitalism. Satori’s private equity business partners with leadership teams of companies that operate with a long-term perspective, commit to their mission or purpose and create value for all stakeholders.
We are currently seeking a GIS Analyst to join our team in Fort Worth, TX! A GIS Analyst at Purple Land Management must possess a thorough understanding of the ESRI ArcGIS Suite and be able to use that knowledge to generate and organize GIS Data. The GIS Analyst must be able to analyze and review title documents, including oil and gas leases, real property deeds, easements, rights-of-way, and other instruments and determine where they are situated and whether or not they impact a client's real property. A GIS Analyst must also be able to establish leasehold boundaries against changing surveys, water lines, vegetation, and historical maps, and compare the boundaries against historical production data to determine whether a parcel of real property is validly leased by a producing oil or gas well (determine HBP status).
Support land services projects as assigned by the Senior GIS Analyst by developing and implementing GIS solutions, building maps, comparing historical mapping and survey data against present-day tax parcel identification numbers, deed plotting leasehold, and determining HBP status of oil and gas producing properties
Build, organize, maintain and manage all of PLM's client and organizational databases including confidential data
Assist Landmen and Project Land Managers with the preparation of updates and presentation of data from title research and lease acquisitions
Review title documents including real property legal descriptions to assess real property boundaries
Possess a detailed understanding of ArcGIS Online Platform functionality and application
Experience utilizing SQL, Python, Java coding language preferred
Bachelor's Degree in GIS, Geography, or related field strongly preferred
One year or more experience using GIS in an oil and gas context preferred
Proficient in Microsoft Office, specifically Excel, and cloud computing in general
Highest proficiency in ArcGIS required
Self-starter and self-motivated with strong organizational and reasoning skills
IT experience and/or proficiency working with computer hardware and software maintenance preferred
Compensation: Commensurate with experience
Career Path: Opportunity for promotion based on performance and the team’s needs
Start Date: Immediately
Work Authorization: Candidates must already be authorized to work in the United States.
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