EAM Analyst

Date: May 22, 2023

Location: Brandon, MS, US, 39047

Company: Denbury Inc.

Denbury Inc. has a current opening for a EAM Analyst in our Barksdale location in Brandon, Mississippi.

Job Summary


Join our Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) team and become part of a dynamic and skilled group of Oil and Gas Professionals as an EAM Analyst. Take the next steps in your career and join our Denbury Inc. team, where your skills will be valued, as this opportunity is open due to the continued growth of our employees within the organization.


In this role, the EAM Analyst is accountable for all Planners and Schedulers that utilize the CMMS system (SAP PM) and all resources to identify the appropriate skill, materials, tools, and procedures to plan all necessary repairs, including Preventative Maintenance of equipment effectively and efficiently. Hold weekly meetings between Maintenance and Operations to report and review short and long-range planning details and weekly and monthly KPI targets. Provide analytics for the business unit to meet company goals and targets through the equipment's lifecycle. 

At Denbury, we value our employees, and it shows. Our exceptional benefits package attracts and retains talented employees and provides a rewarding work environment. We believe in investing in our employees' success and personal growth, celebrating successes together, and providing benefits that promote wellness and encourage a healthy work/life balance. Benefits are available from day one, with no waiting period required.

Our benefits include competitive compensation, paid vacation time, educational assistance, and the Denbury Scholarship. We also offer an Employee Stock Purchase Program and a 401(k) matching program with immediate vesting.

In addition to these benefits, we provide medical, dental, and vision insurance, giving employees access to affordable healthcare. We understand the importance of a healthy work-life balance and offer various programs and initiatives to promote wellness, such as our wellness program and employee assistance program.

At Denbury, our employees are our most valuable asset, and we strive to provide them with the resources and support they need to succeed professionally and personally.

Job Responsibilities


  • Collaborate with multiple work groups to coordinate resource requirements, including labor, materials, equipment, tools, and services. 
  • Manage material and part information supporting efficient maintenance work planning with the supply chain. 
  • Participate in daily operations and engineering meetings. 
  • Create/revise routine activity work orders as needed, capturing accurate information and best execution practices for repetitive work. Revise template-type work order data, such as 'labor and material estimates', to reflect execution experiences. 
  • Perform other duties as assigned by Supervisor, including special projects. 
  • Provide front-line end-user support for the SAP PM system and troubleshoot and log issues.  
  • Provide reports for operations to help them meet company KPIs.   
  • Coordinate preventive and corrective work orders to technicians around planned and unplanned equipment shutdowns to minimize negative business impact.   
  • Schedule all work orders to the person for the day to meet operational needs.  

Additional Job Responsibilities


  • Collaborate with work requesters to establish plans for the execution of the jobs.  
  • Identify materials, services, and tools by working with an artisan to ensure the work order's best outcome.  
  • Develop a historian for preventive maintenance and corrective maintenance for accelerated future planning.   
  • Manage call schedules and level loading for maintenance orders. 
  • Maintain equipment BOMs and Scope of work BOMs. 
  • Attend quarterly meetings, help budget owners forecast upcoming maintenance expenditures, and explain past budget deviations.   
  • Provide budget forecasts from SAP to assist with BU budgeting.   
  • Identify gaps in core KPIs around planning and scheduling and provide solutions to bridge gaps.   
  • Evaluate and coach employees to drive continuous improvement and career growth.   
  • Champion company initiatives and foster a positive work environment. 
  • Drive a consistent standard work management process through company standards.  
  • Endorse and enforce all company standards.  

Skills and Relevant Experience


  • Three years of technical/trade maintenance-related experience with a general understanding of Mechanical or IE operations in Oil and gas preferred. 
  • Can read and understand P&IDs, schematics, and technical literature. 
  • Strong computer skills with five years experience in EAM/CMMS software systems, SAP PM preferred.  
  • Requires vital organizational skills, is assertive, and can set priorities and plan personal schedules to accomplish the necessary workload.   
  • Interacts and communicates well with others, having good written and verbal communication at a high level.   
  •  Must demonstrate strong critical thinking skills and the ability to facilitate meetings confidently.   
  • Must meet deadlines and complete goals that align with the EAM's overarching goals in meeting the business needs. 



  • High School Diploma or GED 

Environmental and Physical Requirements


  • Frequently communicate information and manage the possible stress of an office environment. 
  • Frequently stationary for extended periods, with occasional movement about the office 
  • Constant operation and viewing of a computer screen and other office machinery 
  • The ability to lift up to 35 pounds is required 
  • Frequent alpha/numeric keyboarding 
  • Oral communication over the phone, video, and in person 
  • Some travel to district and field offices and/or oil and gas production facilities 
  • Occasional use of personal protective equipment 

Reasonable accommodations may be evaluated and made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform their essential job functions. 

Location Type: Field
Location:  Brandon , Mississippi
Employment Status: Full time
FLSA Status: Exempt



Welcome to Denbury. A different kind of Oil Company.

Denbury Inc., a Delaware corporation, is an independent energy company with operations focused in the Gulf Coast and Rocky Mountain regions of the United States. We are differentiated by our focus on CO2 EOR and the emerging CCUS industry, supported by our CO2 EOR technical and operational expertise and our extensive CO2 pipeline infrastructure. The utilization of captured industrial-sourced CO2 in EOR significantly reduces the carbon footprint of the oil that we produce, making our Scope 1 and 2 CO2 emissions negative today, with a goal to reach Net Zero for our Scope 1, Scope 2 and Scope 3 CO2 emissions within this decade, primarily through increasing the amount of captured industrial-sourced CO2 used in our operations.


Our employees are our most valued resource. We recognize that it is their ideas, passion and collective effort that produce winning results. Denbury attracts outstanding Talent, provides them with advanced technology and is committed to their future development. We offer challenging work to increase skills and experience.


To become part of our organization, you must be able to pass a pre-employment drug screen and background check. Denbury adheres to a Drug and Alcohol-Free Workplace and as such all employees are subject to post-accident and random drug and alcohol screenings. Some positions require successful completion of pre-employment physical examinations and/or the wearing and use of personal protective equipment (respirators, FR clothing, protective eye wear, hearing protection, head protection, protective footwear, etc).


Our Company is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.

Requisition #7902 

Nearest Major Market: Jackson Mississippi