February 14, 2022 – The Royal Mount Vema Society for Geological Survey is hiring geological oceanographers to help with the monitoring and examining the seabed, including the rocks in every section of Mount Vema during construction.
The Society announced on its official webpage today and, is offering contracts of up to 10 years to experienced geological oceanographers.
According to the details of the vacancy posted on its webpage, the successful candidates will be involved in all aspects of the construction of the city of Mount Vema with a variety of tasks and responsibilities including lab and office-based work, which will involve computer modelling, and work onboard of a research vessel, gathering data from subsurface instruments.
With a now fully funded operational budget, and construction on final stages of preparation to start, the Society is offering salaries ranging from 18,000 to 25,000 golles (Mount Vema currency) depending on qualifications and experience and could progress to a salary of 35,000 to 45,000 golles with substantial experience.
Oceanographers will spend a lot of time working in a lab or office or at home using computer modelling systems. However, they will also spend time away at sea on a research vessel in Mount Vema, sampling and gathering data from instruments far below the surface.
If this is just the job you are looking for. You need to be comfortable using diving equipment and submersible vehicles to deploy and recover instruments.
Before submitting or registering CVs, applicants must be aware that all vacancies to work in Mount Vema, require a Mount Vema bank account, and a work visa. Applicants need to find out first if they are eligible to work in Mount Vema. To do this, they need to apply for an Entry Visa suitable for this type of job vacancy.