$80K — $100K *
CGG is a pioneering Technology Company providing world class fully integrated Geoscience services globally. We employ in excess of 4,000 people worldwide, who bring a unique blend of talent and energy through working together to deliver unrivalled innovative solutions to our customers.
Through our cutting-edge Technology in Geoscience, we have achieved outstanding leadership with a strong focus on innovation and a commitment to delivering the best sustainable solutions to our clients' challenges. Our scientific teams collaborate with customers, through the analysis, enhancement and creative problem solving of complex data.
The Technical Business Development Associate will drive growth in the US and Canada region for CGG’s CCS-Energy Storage and Geothermal business lines (part of CGG’s Geoscience Division), with a particular emphasis on the industrial sector clients for offerings provided by our CCS-Energy Storage and Geothermal business units. The candidate will work collaboratively with our teams of experts to proactively generate and qualify new leads and opportunities. The role may also support regional business development relating to the broader suite of CGG Geoscience offerings.
With an innovative mind set and a proactive work ethic, the role will gather market intelligence, and develop client relationships, by leveraging your existing industry sector including O&G and the industrial sector including the Power, utility sector in the US and Canada through contacts and through various activities and channels, including social media, digital marketing campaigns, client and industry meetings, networking events and presentations (conferences, tradeshows, seminars, videocalls and webinars). The role will also support timely client communication, proposals, tenders and reports to CGG management.
Technical business development experience within the area of CCS- Energy storage, Geothermal and Power or Utility sector is recommended. Knowledge and experience with geoscience, and their specific application in the CCS-Energy Storage and Geothermal sectors, is highly desirable. An established network of current contacts in the Power, Utility and Industrial sector is highly desirable. Experience with EPC contracts and 45 Tax credits is desirable.
The role will join a strong and professional culture of providing accurate consultative advice to clients in response to their challenges and requirements. The role must be able to communicate the technical value proposition effectively to a wide range of technical experts, be a good listener, have a keen eye for detail.
Whilst CGG’s CCS- Energy Storage and Geothermal activities are global, they departments are head-quartered out of the United Kingdom. The role is to be based in the USA and will work closely with other staff in Europe and other regions spanned by our global business development team.
Valid through: 12/19/2021