CGG is a pioneering Technology Company providing world-class fully integrated Geoscience services within the global Energy sector. We employ in excess of 5,300 people worldwide, who bring a unique blend of talent and energy through working together to deliver unrivalled innovative solutions to our customers.
Join us to deliver unrivalled geoscience insight to our clients, through complex data science techniques and ongoing development of our powerful software.
Through our cutting-edge Technology in Geoscience and customer focus, we have achieved outstanding leadership with a strong focus on innovation and a commitment to delivering the best sustainable solutions to our clients’ energy challenges. We bring our clients a unique range of technologies and services, designed to generate stunning 3D images, geological data and remote sensing information of the Earth’s subsurface structures.
Joining the GeoTraining team and reporting to the Technical Manager for Geophysics, the Creative assistant will be responsible for the update of our E-learning material to meet the new GeoTraining branding specifications
You will form part of a wider team whose overall remit is to make CGG the best company it can be for our customers, employees and stakeholders.
You will be given guidance, training, support and the opportunity to develop in depth knowledge of our business needs.
Person requirements and required Education and Experience:
Previous experience is not necessary for this role, we will provide in depth training.
The successful candidate will also have the below skills:
Our culture of learning and complementary approach to supported or self-guided career development, enables the design of tailored courses to suit specific needs of each individual to aid personal growth in areas related to technical, commercial and personal skills, via an extensive suite of CGG developed courses, managed through our own CGG University platform.
COVID-19 update - We are still recruiting and of course we will be flexible on start dates if people need to delay. We are also working on remote on-boarding should the crisis continue into the autumn.