Field Technician -Geophysics

Field Technician – Geophysics – Candidate must have a Vocational Technical (Vo-Tech) School or High School Diploma with 0 to 3 years of experience.  Forty-hour OSHA training is beneficial, but not required.  Position will support a wide range of geophysical projects related to environmental cleanup, water resources, geotechnical, and oil & gas related projects. Typical tasks to be completed by the successful candidate include the following: operate borehole geophysical equipment; collect surface geophysical data using EM31, EM61, magnetometer, seismic, electrical resistivity imaging, ground penetrating radar (GPR), radio detection utility locating tools, and gravity; download data loggers and equipment and verify field data; and operate differential global positioning system equipment. Ideal candidate will have familiarity with downhole tools including: temperature, caliper, resistance, SP, resistivity, heat pulse flow meter, optical and acoustic televiewers, and borehole video. Successful candidate will also perform soil and groundwater sampling and other environmental field work; prepare field sketch maps showing survey locations; maintain log book and data sheets indicating data collected acquisition parameters, and field observations; review and apply appropriate geophysical standards in implementing a designed geophysical survey; and interface with office and other field staff during and following completion of geophysical surveys. Successful candidate must have the ability to lift 75 pounds on a regular basis, have knowledge of OSHA safety requirements, and have the availability and willingness to travel to various locations in the U.S.  A valid driver’s license is required.

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