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Seismic Processing QC with PSDM Experience  Surrey



This position is current as of 21st June 2013

Our client, a major consulting practice, requires an experienced Seismic Processing QC for their Surrey office.

Main Responsibilities

Project Manage/Supervisor
QC PSDM work
Attend meetings on a technical basis
Produce high quality processing reports

Experience Required

Candidate Requirements:
Degree level education essential, MSc advantageous
Processing geophysicist with over 10 years experience
Extensive experience in the processing and interpretation of Pre-Stack Depth Migrated (PSDM) seismic data
Knowledge and experience of PSDM sub-salt processing
Knowledge of the fundamentals of depth conversion and the range of velocity modelling and depth conversion techniques
Knowledge of AVO, synthetic, VSP and other modelling techniques
Competent user of any of the following software:-
Interpretation software/practises – PC based system such as Kingdom/Petrel
Excellent communication skills
Organisational skills




Seismic Acquisition and Survey Consultants  Surrey



This position is current as of 21st June 2013

Our client, a major consulting practice, requires an experienced seismic acquisition and survey consultant for their Surrey office.

Main Responsibilities
Project support for 2D, 3D, Time lapse (4D), Ocean bottom cable (OBC), and Multi-component (4C) seismic data acquisition and processing for land, marine and transition zone (TZ) environments. The services we offer include:
Survey project management
Environmental studies
Survey planning/design and parameter determination
Provision of technical specifications
Invitation to Tender preparation, management and review
Contract clarification and negotiation
Field QC supervision (seismic acquisition, positioning, processing, Marine Mammal Observation and HSE)
Seismic data processing management and QC (office and field-based)
Remote (office) QC of navigation data and format conformance
Health and safety audits
Technical audits

Experience Required

The candidate should possess:
Background and qualifications in geophysics & offshore survey
Proven track record of working within the oil & gas industry
Proven track record of field management positions with a major geophysical contractor
Minimum 10 years experience in related fields.
Excellent communication skills
Knowledge and understanding of different languages




Senior Geophysicist - Depth Conversion  Oxfordshire



This position is current as of 20th June 2013.

Role Outline

As a Senior Geophysicist you will have hands-on involvement in many of our client's projects with particular emphasis on high quality seismic interpretation, depth conversion and mapping for both fully integrated reservoir studies and prospect analyses alike. You will be familiar with the benefits and pitfalls of seismic attribute and inversion analysis.

You are a team player but have the ability to work unsupervised whilst staying within an overall timeframe and/or budget. You are strong in mathematics and have some experience of the numerical simulation / stochastic realisations of velocity modelling. You are articulate and can express yourself clearly and concisely both to colleagues and external clients, in writing or verbally. You enjoy a challenge, are keen to take on more responsibility but know when to ask for help. You have preferably had some experience in an oil company but a good grounding in a consultancy (at least 10 years) is also desirable.

Main Responsibilities

Depth Conversion
Seismic Interpretation
Attribute and inversion analysis
Mapping, modelling and volumetrics
Technical representation of both our client and, when appropriate, its clients
Involvement in a variety of project types including fully integrated reservoir studies, independent opinion work, dataroom support and outsourced technical studies, including prospectivity mapping and risking
Report writing

Experience Required

The candidate should possess:
8 - 15 years minimum experience of working as a geophysicist within the oil and gas industry
Strong and current geophysical skills in interpretation, velocity analysis and depth conversion
Reasonable multi-disciplinary skills / Ability to collaborate in a multi-disciplinary environment
Equity Redetermination and/or Reserves Evaluation experience would be an advantage
Ability to prioritise and deliver results to timetable




Principal Geophysicist  Oxfordshire



This position is current as of 20th June 2013.

Role Outline

As a Principal Geophysicist within our client's energy team you will be a dynamic leader with a broad range of experience both regionally and technically. Cross disciplinary communication and understanding are key tools in your ability to manage projects at both a technical and commercial level. You have strong problem solving capabilities, an ability to identify what is important and appropriate attention to detail when dealing with both your team and a project’s objectives. Some current hands on skills (interpretation, mapping, depth conversion etc) would be a benefit but a proven track record and understanding in such skills, combined with an ability to mentor and coach younger colleagues, is equally important.

You will have, ideally, both oil company and consultancy experience in your past. You understand the importance of matching a work program to a client’s objectives and can communicate both good and bad news with equal professionalism. Your experience in the industry allows you to instinctively identify what makes a difference in the overall project “value chain”.

Main Responsibilities

Project management
Oversight/QC/Instruction of other geophysicists’ work
Ensure rigorous application of our client's Standards and Guidelines to Risking, Reserves and Resources
Technical representation of both our client and, when appropriate, its clients
Involvement in a variety of project types including fully integrated reservoir studies, independent opinion work, dataroom support and outsourced technical studies
Report writing

Experience Required

The candidate should possess:
20 years minimum experience of working as a geophysicist within the oil and gas industry
Strong multi-disciplinary skills
Ability to prioritise and deliver results to timetables
Problem solver with ability to deliver solutions and technical excellence and be able to mentor junior staff




Sales Advisor  Hertfordshire



This position is current as of 20th June 2013

Overview of Role:

Office based role for an experienced Sales Advisor ideally with scientific/laboratory sales experience and/or a knowledge of chemistry. To build and maintain excellent customer relationships with both new and existing clients to maximise sales opportunities and ensure repeat business. Act as support to external business development colleagues.

Key Responsibilities:

Provide quotations and renewals and follow these up by contacting customers in order to maximise opportunities.
Calling new customers to assist the sales team with lead generation (Cold calling)
Provide cover for sales team (holiday sickness cover)
Support the sales team with tender returns and prequalification questionnaires.
Follow up after reports have been issued in order to gain further quoting opportunities and repeat business.
Using, maintaining and updating the sales databases ensuring these are accurate and up to date.
Assist with auditing of the above – how do we know contracts/losses are being renewed/reviewed (previous month). Add to calendar of events.
Create and maintain spreadsheets with Sales information
To achieve targets as set by the Sales Team Leader and Senior Operations Manager
Co-ordinate and liaise with clients, sales team, laboratory team, administration, and other of our client's offices at all levels.

Skills/Experience Required:

A proven track record of working in sales (ideally in a scientific environment)
Some knowledge of chemistry advantageous
The ability to achieve demanding targets and deadlines.
A proven ability to work with minimal supervision.
Ability to follow projects through to completion, show determination & enthusiasm, able to work as part of a professional team in an organised and planned way.
Thorough understanding of all Microsoft Office applications, including Excel, Word and PowerPoint.

A generous remuneration package comes with this post




Environmental Consultant / Senior Environmental Consultant   London



Our client's London office is recruiting an experienced Environmental Due Diligence auditor with between 3-6 years relevant experience to join the team assessing environmental liabilities associated with industry compliance and corporate acquisitions in the UK and Europe. Proven technical report writing skills, good knowledge of legislation and ability to manage projects are required. Knowledge of a second European language is preferable.




National Environmental Management Advisor   Gloucestershire



The post will be based in Gloucestershire, within our client's Group Environment team. The team consists of specialists who lead on the development of environment strategy and deliver corporate technical advice. They also provide expert technical support to our client that is not readily available elsewhere in the company such as water quality. The post-holder will have opportunities to work throughout our client's network in England, Wales and Scotland.

The National Environmental Management Advisor will champion and ensure the effective operation of our client's Environmental Management System (EMS), helping them deliver a better environment for our customers whilst complying with statutory requirements and procedures. The post holder will work closely with the Group Environment Policy Manager taking an overview of their EMS and advising on the performance and possible improvements on its form and function of the EMS. The Advisor will be the national expert on environmental management systems, environmental auditing and ISO14001. The Advisor will be expected to be available to advise people throughout their organisation on the function of process and procedure with respect to environmental management.




Environmental Risk Underwriter  London



The successful applicant will have the ability to assess risk hazards& exposures and to determine appropriate rates for individual risks; knowledge & understanding of policy wordings. Furthermore you will have the ability to manage, monitor & control underwriting results on a portfolio & producer basis and be able to establish standards for market segmentation, risk selection pricing. You should also be able to demonstrate a high level of financial proficiency by evaluating the financial condition of the insured & its influence on risk exposure, you will prepare, manage control annual business plans, budgets & forecasts and will have the knowledge and ability to apply actuarial techniques in assessing risk. Excellent communication skills both written and verbal are essential as is a sound knowledge of data protection legislation and anti money laundering procedures and how these are applied. It is anticipated that you will have a relevant environmental degree together with a sound knowledge of EIL products and EIL underwriting and engineering techniques together with knowledge of the Regulatory and competitive environment for EIL. Good IT skills are required e.g. Word, Outlook, Excel, Access and Workflow / Imaging Systems – e.g. APOLLO. A competitive salary is offered.




Renewable Energy Senior Consultant  London, Oxford, Cambridge



The successful candidate will provide technical support in the growing business area of buildings energy and renewable energy, supporting the climate change and renewables team in all areas of work particularly buildings display energy certification, project design, M&E and implementation. You are likely to hold a degree in Engineering or Environmental discipline with a mechanical, electrical, buildings or energy management bias. Ideally you will be a Chartered Engineer/CIBSE be and ideally be a CIBSE-registered Low Carbon Consultant. You will have practical and M&E consulting experience gained in the built environment. Knowledge of building energy demand/ modelling, M&E services, HVAC, lighting, Buildings controls engineering in one or more sectors and energy engineering is essential and familiarly with renewable energy systems is highly desirable. Furthermore you should be to demonstrate an understanding of the planning process and barriers in renewables implementation. Some overseas travel may be necessary. Salary to £40 plus car & Flexible Benefits Package.

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