Level 1 Hydrographic Surveyors

The level 1 Surveyor is primarily responsible for the quality control in computation and logging of geospatial data and subsequent processing and reporting. As an experienced surveyor, you will be involved with all aspects of a project to include; tendering, survey planning, vessel mobilisation, equipment calibration/verification, survey acquisition, data QC, data processing, processing QC and final reporting.

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Experienced Geophysicists

As an experienced geophysicist, you will be involved with all aspects of a project to include; tendering, survey planning, vessel mobilisation, equipment calibration/verification, survey acquisition, data QC, data processing, processing QC and final reporting.

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UHRS MCS Geophysicist

This is a new dedicated role where the successful applicant will not only be expected to acquire and quality assure the UHRS MCS data on-board vessels and process the data back in the office, but also drive the development of our UHRS MCS capability throughout the company.

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Geoscience Data Coordinator

This role would ideally suit a geophysicist who has experience of acquiring and processing geophysical data, but wants to make the transition to an office based role. The successful applicant will not only be expected to process, interpret and report upon geophysical data. but also be the link between onsite acquisition and office based processing teams.

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Hydrographic Data Processing Coordinator

The successful candidate will be shore based, primarily in the EGSi office in Bordon, Hampshire. On occasions, there will be the requirement to process on location close to the operational port of the survey vessels. The successful candidate will have significant multibeam processing experience using Caris HIPS & SIPS. Knowledge of other processing packages including QINSy and Qimera are also of huge advantage.

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Survey Engineer

The Survey Engineer is primarily responsible for the installation, operation and maintenance of survey equipment on survey vessels. As an experienced survey engineer, you will be involved with all aspects of a project to include; survey planning, vessel mobilisation, equipment calibration/verification, survey acquisition, and final reporting. Working in small survey teams on complex projects, survey engineer will be involved in installation, set up and maintenance of the survey and geophysical equipment.

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