Role description

Are you a Geophysics Expert? Radioactive Waste Management (RWM) has an opportunity for you to join them as you work to develop plans for geophysical investigations. You will lead the technical specification, management & delivery of geophysical investigations.

Responsibilities

Your key duties will include:

  • Responsibility of Intelligent Customer and Technical Authority for the geophysical investigations covering data acquisition, processing and interpretation.
  • Maintain and develop the knowledge of approaches to the design and delivery of needs-driven geophysical investigations and input this knowledge and understanding into discussions with key stakeholders, as necessary.
  • Preparing technical specifications suitable for procuring the full range of geophysical investigations and related activities needed to meet the site-specific design, safety and environmental assessment information requirements.
  • Lead the interaction with the geophysical supply chain in the delivery of all geophysical investigations and related activities.
  • Manage and deliver the geophysical components of the Site Descriptive Models including geophysical data acquisition, processing and interpretation reports.

Essential skills

This is an opportunity for you to use your experience in geophysical data acquisition to characterise the geoscientific aspects of possible sites. This role could be the next step in your career and allow you the opportunity to utilize or work towards chartership.

Experience in the following fields would be needed:

– Acquisition of data (on-shore and off-shore)

– Processing data

– Interpreting data.

– 3D Seismic Reflection survey knowledge is strongly required

 

If you feel you are suitably qualified for this position, Thomas Thor would like to hear from you.

 

About RWM:

RWM’s vision as an organisation is to create a safer future by managing radioactive waste effectively, to protect people and the environment, collaborating with experts on multi-million-pound research programmes and radioactive waste producers to find ways to package it that are suitable for disposal in a Geological Disposal Facility.

Alexandria Gleason
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