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Data Management Specialist (Thai ONLY)

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: Thailand
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Date posted: 08/10/2012
  • Time left:
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The Company:
One of the leading explocation and production companie.

The Role:
Key Role requirement

• Data custodian for GGRE data type such as Seismic, Well, GIS and some related information on drilling and production. Coordinate with data owner on data collection and validation.
• Maintain data on technical applications and data management system to manipulate, update, quality control, consistency and data delivery process.
• Administrator of data management system control data access and data security.
• Implementation and maintenance data standard ,data policy and relevant documentation (best practice , shared solutions, guideline, lesson & learned)
• Work as team with application support and technical assistant to delivery technical workflow support to technical persons.

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
Key Experience requirement

• Degree in Geosciences field or IT with Oil&Gas business experience at least 5 years.
• Understand database system such as Oracle , SQL Express or Data warehouse tools & data management workflow experience
• Understand Oil & Gas business data Seismic, Well, GIS and related records & documents
• Technical computing skills, know some GGRE technical applications such as Kingdom or Petrel or ArcGIS or any database system for E&P data management. Some knowledge of scripting would be beneficial.
• Problem solving skills across G&G ,Engineering, IT and data management
• Communication skills, teamwork and good housekeeping.
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