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Land Observers + Chief Observers

Job Title: Land Observers + Chief Observers
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Saudi Arabia,
Industry:
Salary: Negotiable
Start Date: 31/11/2014
Duration: 3 years
REF: LOBS01_1414774651
Contact Name: Daniel Palmer
Contact Email: danielp@montash.com
Job Published: almost 3 years ago

Job Description

Land Seismic Observer - Raw data processing will be responsible for:

* Recording the seismic data.
* Implement and manage deployment of the recording equipment.
* Lay out the field equipment and gather it up.
* Monitor the productivity of the crew
work with the chief observer to record seismic data.
* Maintain the condition of the recording equipment and keep it at a reliable level throughout operations.

 

Job Requirements:
* Minimum 5 years experience as an Observer on large geophysical projects (for Chief position)
* Experience in a variety of recording modes.
* Knowledge of Sercel 428 is preferable.
* A strong commitment to providing a high performance in HSE.
* Strong management and delegation abilities (Chief Observer)
* A proven ability and commitment to high quality and efficiency.

 

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