The successful application will contribute key scientific research
regarding the organic geochemistry and petroleum geology of Canadian
petroleum systems and sedimentary basins. The position is part of a
scientific and technical team working in organic geochemical and organic
petrographical laboratories situated at the Geological Survey of
Canada-Calgary. Key research topics will address arctic and frontier
petroleum systems and petroleum geology as part of the Geomapping for
Energy and Minerals initiative.

Candidates must have a PhD in a relevant field, or a Master's or
Bachelor's degree with demonstrated research, training, and experience.
Experience as an independent research scientist in sedimentary basin
studies is an essential qualification, as is demonstrated experience and
knowledge of innovation, productivity, recognition, and impact. Research
experience in petroleum systems and their environmental impacts is
considered an asset. Candidates must be willing to travel and work in
remote field locations for up to three months per year.

You must apply through the website at:

Application Deadline: Tuesday, 17 November 2009

For further information, please go to:

Questions or problems should be addressed to:
Kirk Osadetz