Research Geologist (PhD/MSc) in Stavanger, Norway

at Schlumberger - WesternGeco SSR
Location Stavanger, Norway
Date Posted January 29, 2018
Category Geologist
Job Type Permanent

Description

Location:
Schlumberger Stavanger Research (SSR), Stavanger,
Norway
SSR’s mandate
is to develop and deliver innovative technology for subsurface interpretation with
focus on multi-disciplinary tools and workflows for geophysical reservoir
characterization, advanced well placement, and reservoir management and IOR
through the automated analysis and modeling of surface and subsurface measurement
data.

Job Summary:
The Schlumberger Research Geologist uses his/her scientific
expertise under general supervision to support research projects and recommend scientific
approaches and solutions. The position reports to the SSR Geology Discipline
Manager and Program Managers.

The successful position holder is an excellent communicator,
enjoys solving problems, has technical presentation skills, works well in teams,
learns quickly and is able to apply knowledge gained.

Essential Responsibilities and Duties:
Conducts scientific research under
general supervision, typically in support of an overall research project.
Employs standard scientific
principles, theories and concepts, and develops new workflows and technologies.
Makes independent decisions on
routine issues and methods and recommends scientific approaches and solutions.
Presents and communicates to
external clients.
Coordinates/communicates work
efforts within the research organization and has external contacts.
Has a deep understanding in own area
of scientific expertise and works to expand breadth of technical knowledge.
Is respected as a leading scientific
expert within a Center.
Interacts with other Schlumberger
engineers and scientists worldwide in domain of expertise.
May supervise support staff/interns
and/or coordinate the technical work of others.
Publishes scientific papers, applies
for patents and attends conferences.
Promotes teamwork, communication and
sharing of information among projects involving domain of expertise.
Reviews and stimulates efforts of scientists
and support staff.
Is an active mentor within the Technical
Community.
Participates in university relations,
and orientation of new scientists.

Previous Experience and Competencies:
The candidate holds a PhD or MSc in Geology with 3-5 years
of experience in academia and/or industry. Scientific knowledge and experience
in one or more of the following fields is preferable
Reservoir characterization
Well-centric reservoir analysis
Petroleum systems analysis
Seismic interpretation using
dedicated software solutions
Stratigraphic and tectonic
interpretation
Well logs interpretation
Basic knowledge of geophysical
measurements (e.g. electromagnetic)
Stratigraphic forward modelling
Unconventionals
Geomechanics / Rock physics

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