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Seismic Software Developer

Location: 

Bangalore, KA, IN

Company:  ExxonMobil

Job Role Summary

 

Job Responsibilities:

  • Software development and support for seismic processing applications
  • Implement, enhance, and/or improve upstream business scientific software applications with delivery to the desktop and web
  • Collaborate with seismic processing researchers, computational scientists to take prototype research code and commercialize them in vendors and internal framework within the bounds of existing frameworks 
  • Support internal business clients on issues resolution in a global operations environment


Job Requirements:

  • Master’s degree from a recognized university in in Applied Physics, Mechanical, Civil or Electrical Engineering
  • Strong numerical analysis skill
  • A minimum of two to four years experience working in a scientific/technical computing environment is a requirement. Working experience with scientific computing packages, such as FFTW, MKL, Lapack, is a plus
  • Strong Knowledges in programming in C++ or C and OOAD is critical. 
  • Experience in using STL  and Boost libraries
  • Capable of understanding software constructs and its implication on the hardware. 
  • A minimum of two to four years experience working in a scientific/technical computing environment is a requirement.
  • Working experience with scientific computing packages, such as FFTW, MKL, Lapack, is a plus.
  • Parallel programming skill in the HPC environment will be valuable
  • Prior experience in seismic processing software development or geoscience domain is a plus
  • Experience in industries like  AutoCAD or Mathworks  will be helpful
  • Communication and collaboration with researchers and software development team in Houston
  • Flexibility in work schedule
  • Experience in supporting global operations environment
  • Flexible with domestic and international travel

 

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