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Posted: 18 March 2013 at 02:07   Expires: 17 May 2013 at 02:07

Posted In: Geoscience > Geophysical Data Processing

Location: United States > Texas

Excellent career move with a worldwide service company with home office in the United States.

Key Requirements

A minimum of five years specializing in processing Marine and/or Land seismic data for a recognized contractor. Must be Eligible to work in the UK. Must have a Degree in Earth Sciences, Geophysics, Physics or related Discipline. Hands on experience in processing 3D Marine data. Exposure to Land and multicomponent processing would be helpful. Experience using Promax would be an advantage. Knowledge of Pre-stack Migration theory and practice. Candidate needs to have good interpersonal skills. Candidate needs to have strong presentation and communication skills. Project management skills with the ability to work to deadlines, and conclude projects successfully. AND last, Attention to detail and processes.

Job Description

A high caliber processing geophysicist is needed to join the company for team working on seismic imaging projects. This includes pre-migration conditioning through to state of the art depth migration. Data processed is from both Marine and Land and increasingly will involve full wave acquisition, which measures both P and S waves.

This opportunity is with a leading provider of seismic imaging services. Typically this requires solving some of the most difficult seismic problems to both reveal and correctly position subsurface events. To meet this challenge, we need people with a good balance of technical and project management skills. Understanding client objectives and constraints are important factors in providing the best overall solution.

Their technically demanding projects will quickly introduce the candidate to the full range of seismic challenges and leading geophysical technologies making use of both industry standard and proprietary software. Once fully proficient with the technology and workflows, there will be opportunities for overseas assignments, both short and long term.

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