UK Nonlinear News, October 1996

Situations Vacant

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Schlumberger Cambridge Research

Associate Research Scientist/Research Scientist

organisation: Schlumberger Cambridge Research
department: Fluid Chemistry & Physics Department
location: Cambridge, England
job title: Associate Research Scientist/Research Scientist
role: Computational Physicist/Mathematical Modeller
Schlumberger Cambridge Research works at the cutting edge of oil-field services, providing a dynamic R&D environment for international projects.

We are currently seeking a Computational Physicist/Mathematical Modeller to join our Fluid Mechanics Modelling group. The job will involve investigating a number of oil well operations and measurement processes, and using the results of quantitative modelling to improve their success rate and accuracy.

The successful candidate will have:

Previous experience in fluid mechanics together with some large scale computing knowledge would be helpful, but not essential. It is important that the candidate is creative and adaptable. He/she will be expected to work as part of a team with people from different technical backgrounds, but also have the ability to work on his/her own initiative.

The rewards include an excellent salary and benefits package as well as opportunities for career development. Our Family Friendly Policies include enhanced maternity benefits, family leave and child care assistance. For more information on Schlumberger and SCR, please explore our Internet pages at and

If you feel you have the skills and qualities we are looking for, please send a full CV and covering letter mentioning reference FCP/MM/NL to:

    Sarah Ward, Personnel Officer, Schlumberger Cambridge Research,
    High Cross, Madingley Road, Cambridge  CB3 0EL, England
or email them in ASCII format to

Schlumberger is committed to employee diversity.

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