It’s been a while since I alerted you to any jobs which may be of interest so I thought I’d let you know about a few that are being advertised now. Most of the ones we are advertising at present are for science, technology or maths students but see below for a reminder of other good places to look for jobs.
CGG are looking for a graduate research geophysicist. You will be responsible for researching and developing new data processing techniques and tools for use in oil and gas exploration. A Masters or PhD in Geophysics, Physics, Mathematics, Electrical Engineering or any other related technical degree is required. Applications are invited as soon as possible.
JBA Risk Management are recruiting for a statistician to work on the design and implementation of natural hazard models for insurers and reinsurers. The role will involve the development of various statistical models and tools aimed at quantifying potential losses from natural catastrophe events, e.g. floods. The ideal candidate will have an MSc or PhD in statistics or other numerical discipline. Closing date 30 September.
There’s a graduate software programmer opportunity available at Dorset Software. The company delivers IT systems and consulting services to their clients and you’ll be working either at client sites or in-house to design or build software. You don’t need any prior experience but they are looking for a good undergraduate degree or a PhD in a Maths, Science, Engineering or Computing subject. Apply as soon as possible.
For further information and details of how to apply for the roles mentioned search for the employer on our vacancy database, SAGE.
If none of the roles above interest you remember:
- jobs.ac.uk is the best source of academic and research jobs in the UK
- the occupations part of our website links to good sources of job vacancies in specific sectors of employment
- Goodmoves is a good source of research and policy jobs in the voluntary sector