Start your career with a recognized leader in the geophysical industry…
Join CGG’s Subsurface Imaging team in Houston, Texas!
At CGG, you will learn to create 3D images of the earth’s subsurface to help oil companies find oil & gas reservoirs.
Work with intelligent, innovative, and motivated industry leaders in seismic imaging
Use math, physics, and high-performance computing to solve challenging geophysical and geological inverse problems
Take advantage of:
Full Visa/Green Card sponsorship
Comprehensive training and development program
Generous health and retirement benefits
Onsite gym, fully-stocked break rooms, table tennis and billiards tables, and free lunches
Exciting career opportunities:
Seismic Imaging Analyst Apply the latest imaging technologies to produce high-resolution images of the earth’s subsurface
Research Geophysicist Create new and innovative solutions to geophysical imaging problems
Software Developer Design, develop, and support cutting-edge subsurface imaging algorithms, 3D data visualization tools, and more *Opportunities available in Geophysical Applications, Graphics, Database, Web, and Infrastructure Development*
PhD or Masters degree in Physics, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Geophysics, Geology, Applied Math, Computer Science, or other engineering or technical-related disciplines
Exceptional analytical and problem-solving skills
Highly motivated and accountable
Collaborative team player with excellent communication and organizational skills
Outstanding attention to detail
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
CGG is a fully integrated Geoscience company providing leading geological, geophysical, and reservoir capabilities.
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