DIAGNOSTICS / GEOPHYSICS :
DEMINETEC is looking for geophysicists (engineers, senior technicians and technicians) capable of working as a team or independently on pyrotechnic pollution diagnosis sites, mainly in France. Past experience in this area would be appreciated.
The positions to be filled aim to implement magnetometric, electromagnetic and/or georadar devices on different terrains and process data to identify potential targets. The use of topographical tools (differential GPS, total stations) in connection with these tools is essential.
Mobility, analytical skills and teamwork are sought after.
DEMINING / DEPOLLUTION PYROTECHNIC :
DEMINETEC is looking for demining technicians and deminers qualified or with solid experience in the world of demining or pyrotechnic depollution to carry out a series of EOD tasks (use of detectors, updating of targets, identification, neutralization of pyrotechnic objects) in France and near Europe.
Depending on the profile, the candidate may quickly be required to occupy managerial or responsible positions, from team management to site management and coordination.
There are permanent opportunities for short-term, medium-term, project-by-project contracts and for suitable candidates, permanent positions.
All newcomers will have to pass an interview during which an initial skills assessment will be carried out in order to define the position that can be offered in connection with any additional training for this position.
Please provide a CV including details of your training and experience in geophysics, demining and pyrotechnic clearance in the military world and in the commercial world. The possibilities of work abroad are limited and the work will be done mainly in France.
Given the particular nature of our activity, please specify in your CV your mobility capacities (departmental, regional, national, international).
If you need more information about DEMINETEC, please visit the website www.demintetec.com.
Please apply by email, attaching your current CV and salary expectations to the following address :