GIS operator

Jobref. id 16246
Location:
Stavanger
Deadline:
2020-03-18
False
Start date:
Immediate
Duration:
6+months
Region:
Not set
Description
Qualification requirements
Formal qualifications, skills and experience requirements:
  • BSc or Master degree in geology / earth sciences with at least 3 to 5 years of experience in the Oil and Gas industry.
  • Long relevant experience may replace educational requirements
  • Proficient in ESRI ArcMap
  • Adobe Acrobat Pro / vector drawing program
  • Technical drawing skills (geo models, cross sections, combining figures, customising content)
  • Excellent communication skills with subsurface users
  • Knowledge of TFO/APA process and applications in Porter
  • Interaction with GIS specialist – integration and maintenance of DB and purpose built maps
  • Good knowledge in geographical database administration (ESRI ArcGIS Server).
  • Rigorous, autonomous, reactive and organised.
  • Team player, with ability to work and communicate in a pluri-disciplinary environment.
  • Fluent in English (oral and written). Basics in local language is a plus.
Job specific requirements
  • Managing and making available all geographical information related to petrotechnical data used by Reservoir Management and Exploration teams, including external sources (public data, subscriptions…).
  • Identifying incoming data and perform the geographical positioning quality control.
  • Participating in the deployment of GIS solutions and in the software migration tasks.
  • Editing and creating on demand maps and geographical projects on request of geosciences teams.
  • Assist APA and License round teams in drafting and GIS tasks
  • Referent and focal point for the quality control of data positioning, geographical coordinates issues and maps editing.
  • Create map services on ArcServerActing in compliance with Company policies and values, specifically regarding HSEQ.                       
Contact information
if you want to apply for this role, please contact rigmor,engelsvold@agr.com


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