Land Surveyor

Ref: ZR_6553_JOB  ·  Posted on 02 November 2021


Our client is currently recruiting for people to work in the Defence and Aerospace domains. Our client offers a range of independent and unbiased advice in engineering, technical and strategic advisory services to a wide breadth of markets and clients.

Our client offers ‘through-life’ support to the MoD and equipment manufacturers, and because they don’t manufacture anything theirselves, their clients can rely on them to offer independent and unbiased recommendations. The industry looks to them for advice on the latest issues and, with duty of care always high on the MoD’s agenda, which is driving this increasing demand.

Their team works closely with clients to identify a data collection method that meets their project and cost requirements, and to deliver the insight they need; whether that be to inform the design of a new development, optimise the route of new infrastructure or update existing building or site records for asset management purposes.

Key responsibilities
  • Acquisition of Survey data.
  • Plan, organise, direct and control a survey from initial client request to client delivery.
  • Prepare relevant safety paperwork i.e. Method statements, Risk Assessments, Work Package Plans, Task Briefing sheets as required.
  • Process survey data using SCC, Cyclone, Topodot, Infinity and Starnet software.
  • Produce digital drawings, 3D models, gauging sheets and SC0 data files for input to Clearoute.
  • Undertake self-checking and checking of surveys for others.
  • Produce a variety of survey reports to client requirements.
  • Deliver data to the client.
  • Compliance with Health and Safety requirements.
  • Keeping abreast of current survey practise and development.
Skills & experience
  • Have a degree/HNC/HND or equivalent in a surveying science.
  • Be competent in the use of surveying equipment including Leica Total stations, Digital Levels, GNNS receivers & Laser Scanners, Platform Gauge, Abtus Route Scan/Laser Sweep and AmbergGRP3000/5000.
  • Be competent in processing survey data using industry standard software packages.
  • Be competent in use of Bentley MicroStation or AutoCAD.
  • Have excellent communication skills and attention to detail.
  • Be a team player and be able to work collaboratively.
  • Be able to show initiative and a desire to innovate.
  • Have a flexible approach to site work including a willingness to undertake surveys at times when access to assets is possible, including night shifts and weekend working, and staying away from home.
  • Be committed to working toward RICS/CICES Membership.
  • Hold a full U.K. driving licence.

Our client is committed to providing a diverse and inclusive workplace and welcomes applications from all backgrounds.

Part-time opportunities/flexible working is available to suit individual needs.

Additional benefits
  • Pension Plan
  • Life Assurance – Life assurance will be 4 x salary for new starters, whether or not they are in a pension scheme.
  • Holidays – Basic entitlement 25 days with option to buy an additional 15 days or to sell 5 days.
  • Income Protection – All annual salaried UK employees who are aged between 16 to state pension age except casual employees who are hourly paid.
  • Professional Fees – Annual subscription reimbursed for membership of a professional body relevant to your role with the client.
  • Season Ticket Loan – All UK employees are eligible on successful completion of their probationary period
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