Occidental is an international energy company with operations in the United States, Middle East, Latin America and Africa. We are the largest onshore oil producer in the U.S., including in the Permian Basin, and a leading offshore producer in the Gulf of Mexico. Our midstream and marketing segment provides flow assurance and maximizes the value of our oil and gas. Our chemical subsidiary OxyChem manufactures the building blocks for life-enhancing products. Our Oxy Low Carbon Ventures subsidiary is advancing leading-edge technologies and business solutions that economically grow our business while reducing emissions. We are committed to using our global leadership in carbon dioxide management to advance a lower-carbon world. Visit Oxy.com for more information. Occidental strives to attract and retain talented employees by investing in their professional development and providing rewarding opportunities for personal growth. Our goal is to meet the highest employer standards by ensuring the health and safety of our employees, protecting the environment and positively impacting our communities where we do business. Our greatest asset has been, and will continue to be, our people. We are looking for an experienced and motivated individual to fill the position of Control Room Operator for our Onshore Resources & Carbon Management, EOR asset. This position will be located in our Denver City office. The Control Room Operator will work in the Central Dispatch Center (CDC) environment to monitor field operations for both Midstream and E&P and work as a team integrating Midstream and E&P Operations. Roles and Responsibilities: · Monitor electronic information and provide feedback and recommendations for diagnostics as well as predictive data. · Provide daily reports comprised of total field operations. · Coordinate operations activities and emergency responses as needed. · Assist in maintaining daily activity logs, operational information and status reports including safety/environmental incident reporting. · Comply with all Company policies and procedures. · Under limited supervision, assists in monitoring field operations by responding to alarms or to direct guidance from more experienced personnel. · Respond appropriately to most routine problems independently. · Uses knowledge of how surveillance applications are represented in field operations and dispatches appropriate resources for problem resolution. · Evaluates daily production estimates to identify production shortfalls that may be related to equipment problems, leaks or spills, theft or changing well conditions. · Utilizes knowledge of local EHS policies as they pertain to specific operations.