A Geologist will study the earth processes such as volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, floods, landslides etc. They will also look into finding new sources and maximising existing sources of oil, natural gas, water and methods of how to extract these. Overall geology is concerned with the changes of the earth over time including climate change and land formations.
To become a Geologist you will need a degree in geology, geophysics, geochemistry or any other relevant subject.
- A keen interest in geology and the environment,
- Good interpersonal and team working skills
- A flexible approach to work
- Good presentation abilities
£18,000 to £25,000