Exploration Analyst/Data Manager in Gauteng - Mass Staffing Projects

Mass Staffing Projects

Mass Staffing Projects is a ‘Specialist Recruitment Agency’ that as the name suggests, focuses on mass hiring solutions. Mass Staffing Projects does Contract Staffing & Temporary Employment Services (TES) as well as Permanent Recruitment, mainly on large projects for our clients who require a large amount of quality staff, quickly. The company Specializes in Mechanical, Civil & Structural Engineering; Construction; Mining; Manufacturing; Trade & Technical & IT Software Engineering; Oil & Gas as well as Logistics and Supply Chain Recruiter from sector Internet / new media, located in Gauteng, From 1 to 10 workers

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  • Johannesburg, City of Johannesburg, Gauteng
  • Description

  • Job Information
    Location Recruitment Agency / Vacancy in Johannesburg
    Salary R900k - R700k
    Job Type Permanent
    Education BSc (Hons) or higher in Geology
    Experience 5+ years
    Reference MSBM/S3/EADM/LU/J
    Email xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
    Fax xxxxxxxxxxxxx
    Job Description
    Our client is looking for a Exploration Analyst/Data Manager.
    Minimum Requirements:
    BSc (Hons) or higher in Geology
    5+ years' practical field experience as an exploration geologist
    Significant experience and interest in working with exploration data (GIS, drill, geochemical, and geophysical data)
    Proficiency in GIS and borehole plotting software
    Experience with data management software (e.g. DAP, Datashed, etc)
    Ability to travel
    Should you meet the minimum requirements for this position, please email your CV to ********************************** or fax to +27 (0) ***********. You can also contact Lindy on +27 (xxxxxxxxxxxxx
    or email us: **********************************

  • Requirements

  • Language(s): English
  • Availability for travel: No
  • Availability for change of residence: No


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