|Location||Llandudno, United Kingdom|
|Date Posted||March 22, 2018|
Working within a regional team and together with the Chief Stratigrapher, the Project Geoscientist will undertake thin section Micropalaeontological slide analysis, providing geological interpretations, conducting research and providing training on behalf of oil and gas companies, within the area of stratigraphy, relating to oil and gas exploration.
You will contribute to projects using a range of techniques and processes relating to the areas of Stratigraphy and Micropalaeontology and will independently and accurately generate and interpret data and prepare professional reports, either in the office or at wellsite locations.
You will be expected to review geological and biostratigraphic data and provide interpretations and correlations (predominantly within software such as Stratabugs and ODM / IC), while independently generating and interpreting data and preparing professional reports related to Stratigraphy and Micropalaeontology.
This is a fantastic opportunity to work as part of a regional multidiscipline team, delivering world class consultancy services to our clients. Qualifications
The ideal candidate must be educated to degree level (MSc or PhD) in Thin Section Micropaleontology, with proven and extensive experience, preferably within Oil and Gas consultancy.
You will also have demonstrable wellsite experience.
Good communication skills, both verbal and written with excellent presentation skills are required in this position.
Fantastic Microsoft office skills, IT literacy and English language skills are paramount to the role, with experience of writing technical reports being a high priority.
Other language skills would also be an advantage.