Holland Services

Curative Landman - Oil and Gas

Job Locations US-TX-Fort Worth
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Holland Services is seeking an in house landman/curative specialist with at least 5 years of full-time curative experience to work and help lead curative title on lands in multiple basins, with a focus on Appalachia and Permian. This position is contract to hire, based in Fort Worth, TX, and does not require travel.



The Curative Landman will be responsible for closely reading title opinions, curing requirements, document drafting, contacting owners as needed, intricate heirship analysis and ownership breakdown, reviewing curative work of others for sufficiency in meeting client required parameters, juggling multiple assignments at one time, and close communication with other agents and reporting to management.


  • Minimum of 5 years curative title experience
  • Preferred 3 years of title runsheet and ownership report drafting and/or review experience
  • A Bachelor degree is required, with preference for PLM, JD or other advanced coursework
  • Desire to move into project managment
  • General knowledge of title law across multiple basins
  • Extensive experience utilizing online title and research tools
  • Extensive experience analyzing and preparing mineral and leasehold ownership
  • Extensive experience with multi-generational heirship and application of intestacy laws
  • Ability to communicate with management as well as explain intricate title problems to landowners
  • Experience leading other agents
  • Meticulous attention to detail and accuracy of product
  • Professional responsibility, work ethic, and self-initiative
  • Tenacity and ability to yield results efficiently, timely, and well documented
  • Ability to problem solve and look for solutions
  • Ability to multi-task and maintain focus on production
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office and Excel
  • AAPL membership


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