Steve’s Cover Letter

Greetings,

Seismic contractors have shown me that, despite 30+ years of experience and a rising demand for my talents, they can’t get past the fact that I am not 25 years old, anymore.

These are clueless HR people who  have never done anything outside a comfortable office.  I will work almost anywhere that won’t kill me outright.  I am mentally alert, physically strong and unexpectedly ingenious.  If you need people like that and are not afraid of a few grey hairs, contact me.  Otherwise – have a good day and goodbye.

My health is excellent and I am currently swimming over one mile per day.   I am fluent in English and Spanish and have some familiarity with French and Russian.  I have traveled extensively in North and South America and somewhat in Europe and Asia.

I have given up on these companies who seem to think I am a fire hazard (all those candles on my Birthday Cake, don’t you know.):  Bell Geospace, CGG, Seabed, Downunder, SAExploration and PGS  (…et tu, Brute?).  I must say you all disappoint me! I thought you were better than this – but you are not.

I am now looking outside the Seismic Clique and so I expect to be blackballed by them.  I will have trouble finding any  differences in their shunning of me for  age and shunning me for disloyalty, of course.  I will be rewriting the resume toward the goal of Leaving Seismic.  I still love the Science, but the employers have feet of clay.

See links below for more detailed descriptions of my experience.

My Résumé <—is at this link.  If I have not sent you the password already, you will need to contact me directly with bona fides.  Just click the “Contact” button at upper  right for email.

Click the links below for detailed summaries:             WorldMapAssignments4

Writing Portfolio 

Field Work

Processing, Survey Design and Quality-Control 

Navigation and Navigation Data Processing

Sales, Promotion and Marketing

Sincerely,

Steven B. Campbell

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