Land Surveyor

  • Job Reference: 00000643-1
  • Date Posted: 20 June 2022
  • Recruiter: Rigour Survey Ltd
  • Location: Maidstone, Kent
  • Remote Working: 100% remote working possible
  • Salary: £25,000 to £31,000
  • Bonus/Benefits: Remote Working, mobile phone, company van, rewards program, pension
  • Sector: Construction & Building Services, Consulting, Engineering, Trades & Services
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Work Hours: Full Time

Job Description

Rigour Survey are looking to expand and bring additional land surveyors into the fold. The position will be working from our South division in Maidstone, Kent. United Kingdom.​

We operate with a clear path for progression with scope to advance from land surveying into laser scanning and beyond; mapped out with KPIs to coincide with knowledge, skills & abilities with salary transparency held at its core. ​

​This job post is a generic description with a salary range of £25,000 - £31,000 depending on experience.​

​The package includes a company van (although your own vehicle will be required initially), working from home, mobile phone, rewards program, pension and flexible working and daylight-saving scheme, following a probationary period.​

​As a minimum we're looking for land surveyors with a minimum of 2 year's experience in the field and office.​

Overview​

As a Land Surveyor, you occupy an integral role within the operations company. You will hold a strong practical and theoretical survey knowledge and be competent and confident in carrying out topographical surveys.​

Your primary role is to undertake survey work to a high standard, communicating clearly with team members and site contacts. A good understanding of survey specifications and requirements is essential, as is an approachable attitude. You are expected to be competent in working and managing multiple projects.​

Job Role & Accountabilities​

​Fieldwork​

  • Assist in data capture and site operations.​

  • Conduct land surveys.​

  • Undertake site GNSS data capture.​

 

Post-processing & computer-aided design​

  • Processing survey work to a high standard in CAD.​

  • Assist engineers in drafting survey notes and detailing deliverables.​

  • Compute basic traverse and levelling loops with associated site observations.​ 

 

Professional conduct​

  • Coordinate with other team members on field survey activities.​

  • Perform basic engineering calculations relating to survey activities.​

  • Maintain logs, reports, and records in relevant databases.​

  • Ensure compliance with established procedures and guidelines in survey activities.​

  • Monitor and track personal development.​

  • Risk assess various environments to ensure safety.​

  • Meet deadlines.​

  • Be punctual.​

  • Portray a prompt and professional manner.​

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Essential Requirements​

2 years plus, field and office experience in a similar role.​

Educated to GCSE Level (A-C Grades or equivalent).​

Full Driving License.​

Access to your own car whilst on probationary period (minimum 3 months)​

Desired Requirements​

A-Level qualifications.​

Relevant degree or qualification.​

CSCS Certified.​

DBS Checked.​

In house training is provided and ongoing professional development is a key focus for the company.​