The Fullstack Software Engineer covers the development of the Infrastructure and applications of a large system that utilizes 1000s of CPUs and GPUs to process petabytes of Seismic data using complex geophysical algorithms, using both Linux and Windows operating systems, on premise and in the cloud. In particular concentrating building, deployment and maintenance of the software suite and its services including development of end user applications to visualize data, perform project and data management.
Analyze, design, develop, maintain products and assist in their commercialization - in agreement with project technical and timing objectives
Work with field users and/or customers, to identify and resolve production issues, identify and refine requirements and opportunities for automation and efficiency improvements
Currently has or is in the process of obtaining a Bachelors, Masters or PhD in Computer Science (recent graduate with less than 2 years of experience).
Alternatively, Bachelors or Masters in any STEM Disciplines with 1 to 3 years programming experience.
Familiarity with one or more of the following skills would be beneficial, but not required:
The London Technology Centre (LTC), in Schlumberger House at Gatwick is the home of our seismic data processing activity. The site also accommodates offices for several other regional Schlumberger and Oilfield Services departments including: Geosolutions Data Processing, Software Integrated Solutions, Cameron & OneSubsea.
Annual Salary Range: from £34,000 to £46,000 depending on qualifications level
Posting date: 8th of February 2020
Closing date: 31st of March 2020 or until fulfilment of the position
Estimated start date: Summer 2020 (flexible)
Company name: Schlumberger
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