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Geoservices Data Analyst (Mud)

Aberdeen, Aberdeen City, United Kingdom, £ £ 30000.00-50000.00 Annual Annual, Contract

Description:

Genesis Personnel are recruiting for a Geoservices Data Analyst (Mud) on behalf of our highly reputable client.

In order to be successful for this position you should have a bachelor of Sciences in Geology or a rated subject, as a minimum.

The primary objective of the GSS Data Analyst is to acquire, log, analyse and report well behaviour at the well site to aid safe and efficient well operations. The Data Analyst monitors all drilling parameters, well bore parameters and maintains all Geoservices equipment and sensors to detect the well conditions, in order to analyse the drilling process. He/she maintains the gas detection equipment at the well site to monitor and analyse the hydrocarbon gases and ensure safety by detection of other potentially harmful gases.

Essential Responsibilities and Duties:
-Is directly responsible for, the effective management of the Mud Logging Unit, including personnel, equipment, supplies and maintenance, and rig up/down.
-Is aware of, and respects all safety regulations and procedures, as specified by the Client, Drilling Operator, Geoservices or relevant safety authorities.
-Is in charge of monitoring, recording and processing all well data and parameters, and the integrity and reliability of the well data.
-Is responsible for communicating to the Client representatives any information regarding primary well control and well integrity during well site operations as deducted from the data and, when appropriate, secondary well control monitoring.
-Accountable for maintaining and analysing the volume balance sheet during well site operations.
-Ensures the design of an accurate and comprehensive Drilling log according to the Client's format.
-Is responsible for the daily reporting, ad-hoc Client requested reports and the End of Well Report.
-Interacts with other service companies' personnel and Client representatives at the well site, ensuring the prevention of events that may give rise to the wellbore insecurity.
-Provides technical advice and assistance in core recovery and core description.
-Keeps the confidentiality of the Client's well data.
-Ensures the highest standard of professional conduct at the well site.
-Uses his/her experience and judgement to improve the service quality delivery and communicates to the Unit Supervisor all improvement opportunities.
-Performs other duties as assigned by direct supervisor.

For this new and exciting role, please apply now by sending your CV in Word format

Job Details

1082896502
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Aberdeen, Aberdeen City, United Kingdom
Contract
£ £ 30000.00-50000.00 Annual Annual