Also known as: Geoscience Technician, Field Technician.
Geoscience Technicians assist Geologists, Engineers and Geophysicists in finding and developing mineral and energy resources.
- Order, check, pack and ship equipment and supplies for field surveys;
- Manage small field camps;
- Mark outlines of ore, waste and drill hole patterns;
- Collect, record and transport ore samples;
- Undertake specific geophysical surveys;
- Collate information; and
- Use digital technology to create maps and sections.
- Willing to adhere to safety requirements;
- Good oral and written communication skills;
- Practical and creative;
- Able to work without supervision;
- Able to accept responsibility;
- Able to work in a team;
- Able to work independently; and
- Enjoy working outdoors, sometimes in remote locations.
$50,000 - $95,000