Job Profile. Title Specialist II/III
The candidate must possess J.D. degree. License to practice law in an Appalachian Basin state, preferably West Virginia will be required. Should have 2+ years of experience as a mineral title attorney at a law firm or energy corporation. Must be an intermediate mineral title attorney possessing: Comprehensive knowledge of law, in one or more Appalachian Basin States (preferably West Virginia), in all areas that may affect title to property (air, surface and subsurface estates). Experience in drafting property transactional documents such as deeds, oil and gas leases, farmouts and assignments will be required. Experience in reviewing abstracts and issuing certified title opinions (surface, oil, gas, and coal estates) will be required. Experience in drafting curative memoranda and curative documents will be required. Experience in creating and/or analyzing maps, plats and surveys will be required. Experience in supervising others and utilizing positive team-building skills and techniques will be required. Experience in creating and presenting presentations for the purpose of training and legal education will be required. Familiarity with the oil and gas industry will be required. Effective communication skills in writing, business presentations and interpersonal communication will be required. Supervisory and team-building skills will be required. Ability to utilize title "tools of the trade" software products and Microsoft Office applications will be required. Ability to utilize appropriate surveying methodologies will be required.