A geologist is a scientist who studies geological phenomena, the Earth’s history, and its resources. They collect and analyse data from various sources, such as geological surveys and laboratory testing, to study natural phenomena like mountains, volcanoes, oceans, and earthquakes. Geologists work across various industries such as mining, oil extraction, construction, and environmental management.

 

Geologist jobs 

Principal Operational Readiness Engineer

undefined: Kwinana

undefined: Mining

undefined: Operations & Maintenance

undefined: 5 undefined

Provides input to the Owner’s execution strategy and ensures that execution plans are consistent with that strategy.Lead and manage the operational readiness team deliver a portfolio of brownfield projects, providing technical guidance and support.Develop and implement operational readiness plans, schedules, procedures and verification plans.Develop and implement change management strategies to support the transition of new and modified systems into the operate phase.Provide documentation, update systems, training, and support maintenance and operational staff to ensure they are fully prepared to operate and maintain new and modified systems.Collaborate with project managers, design and discipline engineers, commissioning team, construction team, OEM and equipment suppliers to prepare the operation readiness deliverables.Ensure proper handover documentation are completed.Demonstrate personal commitment to safety and the well-being of people.

Drilling Fluids SME

undefined: Perth

undefined: Oil & Gas

undefined: Drilling, Completions & Geosciences

undefined: 5 undefined

Provides fluids system analysis & engineering support to meet Chevron Australia fluid and waste managementobligations/regulations for Barrow Island as well as offshore operations.Represent Wells function on waste management and discharge strategies including input and guidance to theEnvironmental Plans, Safety Case etc. such that Government licensing commitments and Company policies are adhered to.Prepare and deliver fluids/waste management information in internal and partner workshops such as DRB meetings, project assurance reviews, stakeholder communications etc.Develop and evaluate rig equipment and feasibility concept alternatives.Prepare plans for field installations / rig modifications & equipment requirements. Prepare fluids and waste management tendering documents and conduct bidding to support Wells fluids and waste management requirements.Support Drilling & Completion fluids qualification and testing; working closely with the Fluids Company, Drilling /Completion Engineers and liaising with Chevron Technology Center Fluids Team.Responsible for oversite and execution of the drilling & completions fluids programs. Completes post project reviews.Assist and provide operational support to Drilling Superintendent for the ongoing drilling/completionprogram as required.• Assists with project execution through the operational phase, capturing lessons learned and looking for operationalimprovements.

Instrument and Control Engineer

undefined: Perth

undefined: Oil & Gas

undefined: Engineering & Design

undefined: 2 undefined

Technical Expertise:To be responsible for the content and quality of all work within the Instrument and Control disciplineOrganize and assist in technical reviews and auditsReview the relevant instrument and control documents with reference to Operations Information listProvide technical support to Operations and Maintenance to operate the plant in a safe and optimal mannerSupport instrument and control equipment root cause analyses and/or 5-Why reviews.Contribute to the ongoing development of instrumentation standards that will maximize reliability, design andmaintenance efficiency, and minimize required spare parts inventory.Collaborate with Operations to improve existing process operations and reliabilityPrepare technical memorandums and reportsReview and endorse risk assessments associated with field execution activities ensuring adequate controls are in place to maintain Asset IntegritySupport ongoing Alarm management activities and alarm rationalization.Compliance:Ensure that the plant technical integrity is protected by managing instrumentation and control equipment in line with the commitments made as part of the safety case performance standards and design assumptions.Correct equipment is specified as part of the designEquipment is operated within performance standardsSupport review of plant changes associated with instrumentation and control equipment2/2Prepare ICSS control bulletins to support design changes to facilitiesDrawings are maintained and are up to datePlanning:Provide input into the maintenance planning process – 120 day, 45 day, and 14-day planning cycles.Provide input into major facility shutdown scope gathering and scope challenge sessions.Support maintenance campaign planning and scheduling.Risk Management:Fully familiar with key risks associated with onshore operation including HSE, Business, and reputational related risks and ensure associated mitigating actions are identified and managed.Able to identify and assess engineering risk.Human Resources Management:Maintain a strong team-based focus, assisting in peer checks and mentoring junior instrument and control engineers.Assist in the recruitment process of Instrument and Control engineersOccupational Health and Safety:Actively supports the Company’s commitment to safety and its “Core Values.”Ensure that Safety is reinforced as the highest priority consideration in conducting plant operations through an emphasis on Process Safety not losing sight of Occupational Health and Safety.Conduct all activities in a safe and efficient manner in accordance with the company’s policies and procedures. At all times, ensure the welfare of personnel and the protection of our assets and the environment.

Senior Automation Engineer

undefined: Brisbane

undefined: Oil & Gas

undefined: Engineering & Design

undefined: 3 undefined

We are seeking a skilled and motivated Senior Automation Engineer to join our Asset East Engineering Team. You will be responsible for the design, implementation, and maintenance of automation systems, ensuring optimal operation and reliability across our assets, including GPF, PCFs, WTFs, Wells, HV Kiosks, and Pipelines.Key Responsibilities:Ensure the integrity and performance of the Process Control System (PCS) and Safety Integrated System (SIS).Conduct root cause investigations and implement rectification activities.Provide technical expertise and advice on PCS to the Integrated Gas business.Develop and implement obsolescence and migration strategies for control systems assets.Liaise with control system vendors and sub-contractors to enhance equipment performance.

Electrical and Control Systems Engineer

undefined: Perth

undefined: Mining

undefined: Project Management & Services

undefined: 2 undefined

Develop and implement electrical designs for defect elimination and operational improvement projects.Provide expert design review and assurance for capital projects.Ensure all designs adhere to Australian, and International standards.Offer technical support for operations and maintenance activities.Deliver technical guidance on protection and earthing systems.Manage both hardware and software aspects of Electrical and Control systems.

Contract Administrator

undefined: BRISBANE

undefined: Building & Construction

undefined: Construction & Commissioning

undefined: 2 undefined

Responsibilities:Review and manage project contracts for accuracy and compliance.Work with suppliers and subcontractors to secure materials and services.Monitor project expenses to keep within budget limits.Assist in maintaining project schedules and identifying potential delays.Keep project records up-to-date, including contracts and correspondence.Coordinate with project teams and stakeholders to ensure smooth operations.

Project Manager - Townsville

undefined: BRISBANE

undefined: Building & Construction

undefined: Construction & Commissioning

undefined: 4 undefined

Responsibilites:Working as a Project Manager, you will take a leading role working on several projects from concept design and development stages, right through to construction and completion. Other duties will include:Planning all phases of the construction lifecycle from initiation to completion.Obtaining all necessary regulations and permits.Makes sure projects are aligned with agreed-upon plans.Managing your Site Managers and Foreman oversees their work.Communicating with clients and delivers project progress reports.Continuing positive relationship with subcontractors.Develops and adheres to the budget, timeline, and quality control plan.Collaborates with architects, engineers, electricians, and other specialists.HSE responsibility in partnership with HSE Advisor and Manager .Uses scheduling software to update schedules, track progress, and document project progression.

Senior Project Manager

undefined: BRISBANE

undefined: Building & Construction

undefined: Construction & Commissioning

undefined: 4 undefined

Responsibilities: Planning all phases of the construction lifecycle from initiation to completion.Obtaining all necessary regulations and permits.Makes sure projects are aligned with agreed-upon plans.Managing your Site Managers and Foreman oversees their work.Communicating with clients and delivers project progress reports.Continuing positive relationship with subcontractors.Develops and adheres to the budget, timeline, and quality control plan.Collaborates with architects, engineers, electricians, and other specialists.HSE responsibility in partnership with HSE Advisor and Manager Uses scheduling software to update schedules, track progress, and document project progression.

Oil & Gas Floorhand

undefined: Edinburgh North

undefined: Oil & Gas

undefined: Drilling, Completions & Geosciences

undefined: 2 undefined

Equipment Maintenance: Check and maintain floor equipment and drill string components regularly for smooth operation.Assist in preparation to run the drill stringExamine and maintain of drill floor equipmentAssist in tubular tripping operationsPrepare and operate pipe handling equipment as necessary for tripping, making connections, well testing and loggingAssist in preparation to run and cement casingAssist in nippling up choke and kill linesMaintain a high standard of rig house keepingRecognise the mud mixing systemRecognise the operation of the storage area and hopper systemKnow signals and safe working procedures for operation of man riding and air hoistsKnow lock-out and tagging procedures for equipment maintenanceCertifications (Training provided for some certificates)Certificate II in Drilling Oil/Gas RII2110 (on shore) – MANDATORYDrilling and Completions General Induction (DCGI) or Industry Safety Induction (ISI)Undertake First Response to FireOperate Breathing ApparatusApply First Aid (including CPR)Enter and Work in Confined SpacesGas Test AtmospheresWorking at HeightsGotcha KitWellsite Permit to Work – HolderOperate Vehicles in the field – 4WD

Financial Controller - Renewable Energy

undefined: Melbourne

undefined: Renewable Energy

undefined: Project Management & Services

undefined: 5 undefined

As the Financial Controller, you will be responsible for the overall financial management of a key renewable asset. You will oversee all aspects of finance, including accounting, financial reporting, taxation, treasury, financing, insurance, and financial planning & analysis. Your role is crucial in ensuring robust financial controls, compliance, and strategic financial planning to support the company's growth and operational efficiency.

Geologist job profile 

Geologists use their knowledge of geological features and processes to analyse data and provide insights on natural resources, hazards, and environmental impacts. They apply their expertise in geological sciences to environmental management, natural resource exploitation, and other areas. Geologists work extensively with other scientists and professionals to conduct research and provide valuable insights in many industries.

 

Geologist jobs Australia 

Geology offers numerous job opportunities in Australia, both within and beyond the mineral resource sector. Geologists with qualifications and expertise can pursue careers in mineralogy, petrology, economic geology, construction, mining, geological mapping, environmental planning, petroleum geology, and renewable energy. These opportunities exist in various sectors including mining and petroleum industries, geological survey organizations, engineering consultancy firms, environmental consultancy agencies, private companies (both domestic and international), government departments at federal, state, and territory levels, teaching institutes, research centres, and universities.

 

Geologist responsibilities 

As a Geologist, your primary responsibilities would include:

  • Planning geology projects, such as oil extraction or water pipeline construction.
  • Analysing geological data.
  • Coordinating research programs.
  • Studying sites for developments, formations, hazards, and composition.
  • Investigating and evaluating natural resource deposits, such as oil.
  • Designing topographical and geological maps.
  • Providing geological assessments and recommendations to governments, construction companies, and otherstakeholders.
  • Ensuring compliance with environmental regulations in construction and production projects.
  • Managing and overseeing contractors’ work.
  • Managing budgets for geological projects.
  • Delivering feedback and insights into work projects to management through regular meetings.
  • Conducting frequent training sessions with staff regarding investigations and data interpretation.

Geologist qualifications 

Geologists are an essential part of many sectors and industries, providing critical insights into geological phenomena and our planet's natural resources. If you're interested in pursuing this career path, you should get a degree in geology or geosciences and gain practical experience in various fields related to mining, environmental assessment, land remediation, and development. To become a geologist, you’ll often need these qualifications and degrees:

  • A degree in geology or geoscience.
  • 3 years of experience in mining, environmental assessments, land development and/or land remediation.
  • Proven experience as a geologist.
  • Experience with various geological techniques like mining, boring, and numerical modelling.
  • Experience using geology software.
  • Familiarity with environmental regulations.
  • Good knowledge of the attributes of ores, soil, minerals, and other materials.
  • Ability to handle and analyse data and 3D models.
  • Ability to work adaptively across various environmental conditions outdoors.
  • Excellent knowledge of geology and geological factors of the specified location.
  • Great technical ability to design mappings of geological data and use geological databases and software.
  • Practical experience in collecting and analysing geological information such as water, soil, and rock data.

 

Other essential geologist skills include:

  • An analytical mind.
  • Attention to detail.
  • Great communication skills (both oral and written).
  • Organisational and teamwork ability.
  • Ability to write accurate reports on data collection and analysis.
  • Strong conceptual and research skills. <
  • Intuitive leader who displays accuracy and attention to detail.

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