Geoscientist primary duty will be to perform integrated engineering and geological investigations by combining geophysical, geological, and geotechnical data to develop a detailed understanding of site conditions as they relate to subsea engineering issues associated with offshore energy development.
Duties & Responsibilities
- For onshore work and during geophysical survey operations, perform offshore side-scan sonar (SSS), subbottom profiler (SBP), multi-beam echo sounder (MBES) (including backscatter and water column data), and 2D/3D high-resolution seismic data QC and interpretation.
- Present detailed Geohazard Assessment Report on interpreations for clients in the telecommunications, education, and energy sectors.
- Coordinate and work with other industry proffessionals (Geoscientists, Engineers, Archaeologisist, etc…) during the life of a project.
- Able to work on strict reporting timelines and deadlines.
- Work offshore (up to approximately 40%) on Oceaneering geophysical and geotechnical vessels for periods between 2 to 6 weeks, on both regional and international projects.
- Work within a team environment collecting high-resolution geophysical and geotechnical data, seabed soil and rock samples and performing in situ testing using standard and novel marine coring and penetration tools.
- During geotechnical operations, perform offshore core logging to classify seabed soil and rock samples, perform basic index and strength testing on collected samples, and package and store offshore samples for transport to onshore laboratory testing facility.
- Perform quality assurance checks on all offshore geophysical data, geotechnical testing, and data processing, interpretation and reporting.
- Understanding of AUV technical operations
- All other duties assigned