GIS Lead

Role Overview

  • Implement technical, safety, health, and environmental guidelines and identify deficiencies to report to relevant authorities for necessary actions.
  • Continuous communication with the client’s survey supervisor and meeting their needs including data accuracy and relevant reports.
  • Planning resources and equipment for project surveying, including surveying teams, hardware and software needs, and equipment.
  • Preparation of network, daily, and final reports of project surveying operations and preparation of required data in project and client-requested formats.
  • Receiving policies, strategies, and mid-to-long-term project objectives from the regional supervisor for planning, surveying, and reporting on operations.
  • Adherence to Offset Policy and Safety Distance guidelines as required by the client in coordination with the QC unit.
  • Processing and quality control of surveying data using GP Seismic and LGO software.
  • Calibration and maintenance of surveying equipment, including training subordinates, and conducting Static and RTK calibration tests.
  • Expansion of surveying control network as needed during the project, marking coordinates for new lines, controlling and inspecting demolished points

Candidate Requirements

  • Minimum 5 years of experience in geophysics
  • minimum of 2 years as a survey supervisor in seismic projects.
  • Age: 25-42
  • Place of activity: Operational project
  • Proficiency in ArcGIS software
  • Proficiency in Leica GEO Office software
  • Mastery of GIS principles and concepts
  • Proficiency in Gpseismic software
  • Proficiency in seismic operations
  • Ability to work with surveying equipment
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite
  • Fluency in English
  • Behavioral competency: planning and organizing, follow-up until results are achieved, stress management, conflict management, crisis management, adaptability, and flexibility.