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  • Job reference: RMS0146796

Earth Science Data Base Administrator

  • Sector: Commercial
  • Location: Moscow
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Date posted: 27/08/2014
  • Time left:
    d h m s
    (22/09/14)
This vacancy has now expired.
The Company:
Our client (big oil & gas company) is looking for Earth Science Data Base Administrator

The Role:
1) Provide data base support to earth science / engineering team (a total of 6 people) and coordinate all data base activities with Aberdeen Data / IT Center. Key databases include: Paradigm PNS, Oracle Openworks R5000, Petrel, ArcGIS.
a. Maintain seismic and well data base projects in Openwork’s
b. Load and Quality Control 2D and 3D seismic data (SEG-Y), and interpretation data.
c. Load digital well data (LAS), drilling data (tests, geological information).
d. Ensure utilization of proper CRS data, if necessary apply geodetic transformations.
e. Moving data base material (data and interpretation) among interpretation platforms (for example, Petrel, Epos, ArcGIS, Gocad)
2) Coordinate and implement software upgrades, track license and software contracts. Coordinate implementations with ETC and EEME Technical Computing Resources, attend regular on-line user group meetings for up-to-date information.

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
1) University Degree Required
2) Proven English proficiency required
3) Strong Linux/Unix background required, Windows background is assumed.
4) Earth Science or Petroleum Engineering degree preferred
5) Experience with oil companies, service companies (such as Schlumberger) preferred
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