Geoscience Lead

Posted 12 January 2023
Job type Permanent
DisciplineCivil Engineering
ReferenceBI 000FM5

Company's Benefits

  • Leadership Development Program

    Leadership Development Program

  • Mentorship Program

    Mentorship Program

  • Paid Parental Leave

    Paid Parental Leave

  • Return to Work Policy

    Return to Work Policy

  • Flexible Working Arrangements

    Flexible Working Arrangements

  • Breastfeeding Rooms

    Breastfeeding Rooms

  • Sponsorship Program

    Sponsorship Program

  • Coaching Program

    Coaching Program

  • Raise Numbers Of Women In Leadership

    Raise Numbers Of Women In Leadership

  • Internal Women's Networking Group

    Internal Women's Networking Group

  • Equal Pay Initiatives

    Equal Pay Initiatives

Job Description

Your Impact:

At Jacobs, our Power Solutions team is geared towards providing a more integrated approach offering end-to-end service to support our clients in energy networks, thermal generation, renewable generation and storage solutions space.  We are helping our clients meet the challenges faced in countries and cities across the globe, providing innovative solutions from replacing conventional thermal power plants with renewable energy to developing demand side management strategies.

We are seeking a Geoscience Lead who will work collaboratively with Jacobs team members in the delivery of technical projects relating to geothermal exploration, resource assessment and power plant development.

Key responsibilities include:

Collaborate and actively participate in Client engagement, relationship building and business development opportunities in pursuit of future work for the business.  Lead operational sales pursuits with our key clients to help grow the business. Collaborate with and support the wider Solutions and Technology stream to bring the best of Jacobs to bear on every opportunity and project undertaken across the business.

Identify, manage and mitigate the technical risk exposure to the business. Ensure that adequate controls are identified and applied to technical risks in both Sales and Project Delivery.

 Here's What You'll Need:

Degree and/or postgraduate qualification in a relevant field of study. Membership of a recognised professional institution/organisation preferably at a Chartered and/or Fellowship level. Significant consulting experience required including business systems, policies and procedures.

Strong communication skills to articulate a clear technical direction with good social, networking and presentation skills.  Ability to be able to connect our business and coordinate across geographies.

Your areas of expertise would include:

  • Geothermal Chemistry

  • Geothermal Exploration and Resource Assessment

  • Geothermal Reservoir Management

  • Power Station Process Chemistry

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