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NOC 2113 – Geoscientists and oceanographers job titles

NOC 2113 – Geoscientists and oceanographers job titles

December 7, 2019

National Occupational Classification (NOC) code 2113 is for Geoscientists and oceanographers job titles.

NOC skill type/level: Skill Level A

Employment requirements

  • Geoscientists require a university degree in geology, geochemistry, geophysics or a related discipline.
  • A master’s or doctoral degree in geophysics, physics, mathematics or engineering may be required for employment as a geophysicist.
  • Registration with a provincial or territorial association of professional engineers, geologists, geophysicists or geoscientists is usually required for employment and is mandatory to practice in all provinces and territories except Prince Edward Island and the Yukon.
  • Geologists and geophysicists are eligible for registration following graduation from an accredited educational program and after several years of supervised work experience and, in some provinces, after passing a professional practice examination.
  • Oceanographers require a university degree in science, mathematics, statistics or engineering and usually require a graduate degree in oceanography.

List of Job Titles for NOC 2113 – Geoscientists and oceanographers job titles

  • biological oceanographer
  • biostratigrapher
  • chemical oceanographer
  • coal geologist
  • consulting geologist
  • consulting geophysicist
  • development geologist
  • environmental geologist
  • exploration geologist
  • exploration geophysicist
  • fisheries oceanographer
  • geochemist
  • geodesist
  • geological oceanographer
  • geologist
  • geomorphologist
  • geophysicist
  • glaciologist
  • groundwater geologist
  • hydrogeologist
  • hydrographic surveyor – geology
  • hydrologist
  • ice specialist – oceanography
  • marine geologist
  • marine geophysicist
  • micropaleontologist
  • mine geologist
  • mineralogist
  • mining geologist
  • oceanographer
  • oil geologist
  • paleobotanist
  • paleoecologist
  • paleontologist
  • palynologist
  • petrographer
  • petroleum geologist
  • petrologist
  • petrophysicist
  • photogeologist
  • physical oceanographer
  • placer geologist
  • prospecting geologist
  • quaternarist
  • quaternary scientist
  • quaternary specialist
  • remote sensing geologist
  • sedimentary geologist
  • sedimentologist
  • seismologist
  • stratigrapher
  • structural geologist
  • volcanologist
  • wellsite co-ordinator – geology
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