Houston, TX, United States
Gis, Sciences, Scientist
Mar 17, 2020
Processing Geophysicist - Houston, TX
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The role of Seismic Processor, Marine Imaging Geophysics sits within the Project and Technology organization, reporting to the Team Lead Mexico & South America Imaging under Manager, Marine Imaging - Geophysics West who both are located in Houston.
Where you fit in?
This position is responsible for executing seismic processing projects delivered by Mexico & South America Imaging team to Asset teams in offshore Mexico, the Caribbean and South America (CASA).
What is the role?
The Seismic Processor, Marine Imaging - Geophysics t is responsible for the delivery of seismic processing products and services to support Upstream Deepwater marine activities in the Americas, involving NAZ, WAZ and OBS data.
Other functions are as follow:
Maximize business impact by on-time delivery of high-quality seismic technologies and products to asset teams.
Ensure quality control and appropriate application of technology.
Follow strict Project Management protocols for all seismic processing projects, including project scoping, creation of Project Authorization Forms and Management of Change documents as necessary, project tracking (staff and compute time), archiving, and project close-out.
Maintain effective communication with the asset.
Understand business objectives and align our work with fit for purpose solutions to meet business needs.
Communicate progress and results to customers/partners on a regular agreed-upon basis and conclude with final reports, archival of products, and closeout.
Work within a diverse and sometimes remote team environment.
Interact effectively with seismic survey design, seismic interpreters, Technical Deployment, R&D and other teams as needed.
Disseminate knowledge via best practice work processes, After Action Reviews, and publication of internal/external technical reports.
Maintain confidentiality appropriate to play/project. - Contribute actively and participate in HSSE activities, enabling safe delivery of departmental goals.
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Houston - EP Center Americas
We are keen on hiring someone who has at least 10 years of industry experience in Marine Seismic Processing and velocity model building. Someone who has a Masters Degree in Geophysics, Physics, Electrical Engineering, or Applied Mathematics.
Other requirements are as follow:
Must have legal authorization to work in the US on a full-time basis for anyone other than current employer
Thorough knowledge of seismic processing tools, workflows, and 3D imaging technology is required.
Exposure in Quantitative Interpretation is a plus.
Knowledgeable experience in OBN, FWI and/or LSM is a plus.
Marine processing and interpretation experience in Deepwater setting will be useful
Must have strong communication skills and be able to interface with staff and clients of diverse backgrounds.
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