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Poole, Dorset

Graduate Geophysicist

RPS Group

We are looking for a Graduate Geophysicist to join our Poole office on a full-time basis. Our office location is based in Dorchester at the moment, but we will relocate to a brand-new office in North Poole office from July. Your main duties will include:

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£19,000 - £21,000 per annum

Graduate Geophysicist

Keeper Recruitment

We are currently recruiting for a Graduate Geophysicist for our client who is based on the outskirts of Bury St Edmunds. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a forward thinking and highly regarded company who are experiencing a period of growth. The su

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GRADUATE PHYSICIST

Weatherford

The Graduate Physicist will work in a wide variety of areas relating to the development of scientific geological survey instrumentation and associated methods for application in wireline well-logging. The primary area of work for the successful candidate

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£23,000 - £26,000 per annum

Graduate Geophysicist

Rise Technical Recruitment

Entry level Geophysicist role on offer within a large and rapidly growing company that will provide full industry training and the chance to build a long-term career with strong pathways to progression. Do you hold a degree in Geophysics, Geoscience or Ma

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£23,000 - £26,000 per annum
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GRADUATE PHYSICIST

Weatherford

The Graduate Physicist will work in a wide variety of areas relating to the development of scientific geological survey instrumentation and associated methods for application in wireline well-logging. The primary area of work for the successful candidate

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Industry:
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Salary:
£23,000 per annum

Graduate Geophysicist

Rise Technical Recruitment

Entry level Geophysicist role on offer within a large and rapidly growing company that will provide full industry training and the chance to build a long-term career with strong pathways to progression. Do you hold a degree in Geophysics, Geoscience or Ma

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Salary:
£23,000 per annum
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Industry:
Physics
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Salary:
£23,000 - £26,000 per annum

Graduate Geophysicist

Rise Technical Recruitment

Entry level Geophysicist role on offer within a large and rapidly growing company that will provide full industry training and the chance to build a long-term career with strong pathways to progression. Do you hold a degree in Geophysics, Geoscience or Ma

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£23,000 - £26,000 per annum
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Helping you find a career as a Physicist

The job of a physicist is to conduct scientific experiments and research into the way the world is structured. Due to the complex nature of their job, most physicists will specialise in a very specific area, such as quantum mechanics, particle physics or atomic physics.


What does a Physicist do?
Although your exact day to day tasks will depend on your specialism, you will undertake at least some of the following:

- Undertaking research in your specialism
- Conducting experiments
- Writing research papers
- Lecturing undergraduate students
- Creating presentations on your findings
What skills and interests should an Physicist have?
A physicist needs:
- Attention to detail
- Life Sciences
- Mathematical ability
- Organisation
- Presentation Skills
- Verbal Communication
- Written Communication
What hours does a Physicist typically do?
Although exact working hours will depend on the exact role you fulfil, physicists generally work between 35 and 40 hours a week.
What environment is a Physicist based in?
A university or laboratory.
How much does a Physicist travel?
Depending on your specialism, there may be opportunities for extensive travel across the UK and overseas.
How much does a Physicist get paid?
At the very start of your physics career, you can expect to earn between £21,000 and £35,000 a year.

The more experienced you become, the more your salary will rise, with experienced physicists earning in the region of £35,000 and £75,000 a year, depending on their exact role.
What qualifications does a Physicist need?
To become a physicist you must have at least an undergraduate degree in physics or a maths related subject.

However, most research positions also require either an MSc or PhD.
Useful subjects to study at school & university
- Physics
- Maths
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