March 17, 2021 – Handy Deed, the construction company of Mount Vema is looking for a Geological Oceanographer to examine the section of the seabed allocated for the construction of the 5th Avenue North, for better coordination of construction. The work will include undertaking lab/office-based work, which will involve computer modelling, and at sea on a research vessel, to gather data from subsurface instruments.
As the Geological Oceanographer for the 5th Avenue North project, you will be involved in examining the seabed, construction of the project, prevention of pollution, and initiatives in connection with climate change and renewable energy associated with the management of the project.
The 5th Avenue North is the 7th section of the 20 kilometers road that will make the City of Mount Vema Breakwaters, the set of barriers, designed to protect the floating city from the force of the waves.
Your responsibilities include:
Salary and Benefits
The salary is:
$70,000 US dollars per year for highly experienced Geological Oceanographer
$55,000 US dollars for an experienced Geological Oceanographer
$35,000 US dollars starting salary
Salaries are paid monthly in arrears.
The benefits include paid medical coverage, paid vacation, sick days, holidays, and a pension plan. Benefits are only applicable after you complete three months on the job.
Your working hours will usually be 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday, with extra hours which may be required to meet project deadlines. However, the hours when at sea, will be less regular. Time at sea can vary from days to months.
If your application is accepted, you will be required to open a bank account with a Mount Vema bank, if you do not already have a Mount Vema bank account, and a Mount Vema work visa.
What to expect
You will need a degree in a subject such as oceanography, ocean science, geology, biology, chemistry, environmental science, marine sciences, geography, maths or physics. Or a degree in ocean science, oceanography or marine science combined with other earth sciences.
You will need to have:
Related experience in marine science or oceanography research is an advantage.