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Schlumberger Water Services

Schlumberger Water Services operates globally and leverages Schlumberger proprietary subsurface characterization and modeling technologies to support client initiatives. Utilizing proven technology and unparalleled experience, we deliver practical consulting and technical solutions for our mining customers around the world – for today and the long term.

Our commitment to excellence is at the core of everything we do, and we need motivated, talented, and experienced people to support our organization. We're always looking for the best and the brightest – those who have a passion for delivering service quality at the highest standards in whatever they do and wherever they do it.

Demand for our mining services and solutions is growing and we are seeking professionals to help us deliver superior results. If you're looking for a new challenge with a company that values diversity and rewards your professionalism and commitment, consider applying for one of our open positions listed below.

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Schlumberger at a Glance

  • $39.54 billion operating revenue (FY11)
  • 113,000 employees of 140 nationalities
  • Operating in approximately 85 countries
  • For more than 80 years, we have focused on leveraging assets to deliver solutions that improve customer performance.
  • Invested $1.1 billion in R&D (FY11)
  • 25 research and engineering facilities worldwide

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We are looking for you

If what you are interested in is not listed above, return in a few weeks. Positions that we regularly advertise for are as follows:

Hydrogeologist
Characterize, develop, and manage groundwater resources: investigate and analyze hydrogeological systems, install and test wells, analyze and interpret data, develop groundwater flow and transport models.

Geologist
Characterize and interpret stratigraphy and geological structures, manage and supervise drilling and coring operations, develop conceptual geological models.

Geochemist
Investigate and evaluate chemical processes and reactions between groundwater and porous media; conduct acid rock drainage investigations, and pit lake studies, fate and transport analysis.

Water Resources Engineer
Characterize surface water flow and perform flood control analysis; design hydraulic structures such as water conveyance and control structures.

Environmental Engineer
Conduct environmental impact assessments and baseline studies, develop environmental management plans, design closure and abandonment plans.

GIS and Database Engineer
Apply GIS and database software to collate, evaluate, and display data; develop and manage geodatabases

 
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