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Geotechnical Engineer
Itasca Consulting Group, Inc.
Itasca, a growing international engineering company, is seeking a Consulting Geotechnical Engineer in its Minneapolis office. The successful candidate will have a background in engineering mechanics and statistics and have a bachelor’s or master’s degree in civil or geotechnical engineering with focus on geotechnical engineering. Primary responsibility will include characterization, 3D model development, geomechanics analysis for a range of projects such as slope stability, rock stabilization, rock fall mitigation, foundations, construction in soft soil, ground improvement, excavation and support, and soil-structure interaction. Experience using Itasca software (in particular FLAC3D) is highly desirable.
Link: https://www.itascacg.com/about/careers/geotechnical-engineer-minneapolis-u-s-a
Mining Engineer / Geomechanics Engineer
Itasca Consulting Group, Inc.
Employment Opportunity

Itasca, a growing international engineering company, is seeking a full-time Mining or Geomechanics Engineer in its Minneapolis office. The successful candidate will be responsible mainly for conducting consulting projects using numerical analysis and would interact with both Itasca engineers and clients on a regular basis. The projects are world-class, providing exceptional professional experience working with highly regarded staff in our US and international offices. The candidate should have a background in geomechanics modeling, preferably with Itasca codes in mining applications, and a demonstrated capability to manage projects independently.

Primary expectations for this position include the ability to:

- Perform numerical modeling, analyze results, and communicate results to clients.
- Work collaboratively with engineering staff on geomechanics consulting projects.
- Participate in business development (seeking new consulting projects and clients).
- Continue professional development.
- Assist software developers in improving Itasca modeling software.
- Be self-directed, managing and completing projects on time and on budget.
- Be willing and able to take on various responsibilities within a small consulting team, including testing, technical support, training, and other non-consulting tasks.
- Travel as required to visit client sites and attend conferences, up to 20% time.

See the job link for more information and application instructions.
Link: https://www.itascacg.com/about/careers/mining-engineer-geomechanics-engineer-minneapolis-u-s-a
Digital Innovation Scientist
Petrolern
Extensive experience in AI/ML with sounds understanding of physics informed ML and signal processing.
Geomechanics Software Engineer
Itasca Consulting Group
The successful candidate will have a background in engineering mechanics and a master’s or Ph.D. in mechanical, civil or petroleum engineering or related discipline. Primary responsibilities will include supporting and developing geomechanics modeling software, specifically discrete element and finite volume programs. Programming experience in an engineering application is required. Primary development will be done in C++. Experience using Itasca software is a plus.
Link: https://www.itascacg.com/about/careers/geomechanics-software-engineer-minneapolis-u-s-a
Computational Scientists for CCUS Applications
Schlumberger Doll Research (SDR)
Job Description & Responsibilities: The Modeling and Interpretation department at Schlumberger Doll Research (SDR) is seeking applicants for several research scientist positions in computational sciences with a particular focus in two areas:
1. Earth formation evaluation methods by integrated use of both subsurface (wellbore) and surface measurements, extending to time lapse monitoring, to serve the emerging energy transition sector of CCUS, with emphasis on carbon geological storage, and applications in renewables such as geothermal energy harvesting.
2. Reservoir modeling based on fundamental physics and chemistry of fluids flow of miscible and immiscible fluids in porous media, large-scale reservoir dynamics, and flood front monitoring methods in developing solutions, scientists in the M&I department leverage state of the art computational sciences combined with deep learning methodologies and domain expertise. Further, extensive laboratory and field measurement datasets are available along with HPC infrastructure located in the premises and on the cloud. Scientists are highly encouraged to publish on their research results and file for patent protection.
Qualifications:
* Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, applied math, physics, geophysics, earth/environmental sciences, or related fields with preferably thesis work related to CCUS methods.
* Solid programming/software skills and practice of machine learning are preferred
* Demonstrated problem-solving, organizational and communication skills
* Enthusiasm and ability to work within a team of scientists and engineers
* Candidates must be able to legally work and reside in the US
Experimental Scientists for CCUS Applications
Schlumberger Doll Research (SDR)
Job Description & Responsibilities: The Modeling and Interpretation department at Schlumberger Doll Research (SDR) is seeking applicants for several research scientist positions in experimental sciences with a particular focus in two areas:
1. Earth formation evaluation methods by integrated use of both subsurface (wellbore) and surface measurements, extending to time lapse monitoring, to serve the emerging energy transition sector of CCUS, with emphasis on carbon geological storage, and applications in renewables such as geothermal energy harvesting.
2. Experimental science related to the fundamental physics and chemistry of fluids flow of miscible and immiscible fluids in porous media, large-scale reservoir dynamics and geomechanics, and flood front monitoring methods in developing solutions. Scientists will develop experimental settings with emphasis on carbon geological storage, and work with other scientists in computational domain. Scientists are highly encouraged to publish on their research results and file for patent protection.
Qualifications:
* Ph.D. degree in chemical engineering, mechanical engineering, applied math, physics, geophysics, earth/environmental sciences, or related fields with preferably thesis work related to CCUS methods.
* Solid lab experiment design and execution experience
* Demonstrated problem-solving, organizational and communication skills
* Enthusiasm and ability to work within a team of scientists and engineers
* Candidates must be able to legally work and reside in the US
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