Seismic Processing Geophysicist in Bengaluru, India

at ExxonMobil
Location Bengaluru, India
Date Posted September 21, 2019
Category Geophysicist
Job Type Permanent


Job Role Summary
We are looking to hire dynamic, creative, and resourceful candidates for ExxonMobil’s Bengaluru, India location to work on challenging geophysics problems in collaboration with a multidisciplinary team located in Houston, USA.  Candidates will conduct applied work with real seismic data and will utilize different types of software for geophysics problem-solving. 
Job Responsibilities:

Contribute to all stages of seismic processing including data conditioning, noise suppression, data enhancement, velocity analysis, and imaging.
Conduct analysis, recognize issues, support the formulation of new and innovative workflows and methods to resolve problems, and ensure optimal quality of results. 
Execute projects to completion, including working with different ExxonMobil groups to define project objectives and plan and design projects to meet business and technical requirements.
Work with computational scientists, engineers, and geoscientists to deliver, test, and support various geophysics computational tools, models, algorithms, and software. 

Job Requirements:

Bachelor’s or Master’s degree from a recognized university in Geophysics, Geology, Electrical Engineering, Applied Mathematics, Computer Engineering, Biomedical Signal Processing or Physics
Demonstrated record of hands-on industry experience in seismic processing (2-D/3-D) in support of upstream oil & gas operations. Experience with the Omega processing system and/oor the reveal processing system is desirable
Minimum three years of related work experience
Proficiency in English
Knowledge in seismic acquisition, wave propagation, digital signal processing, numerical modeling, finite difference methods, and optimization will be an advantage
Experience with high performance computing environment is preferred
Strong computational and algorithmic knowledge will be an advantage


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