Jacobs Graduate Land Surveyor in London, United Kingdom
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About the opportunity:
We are seeking ambitious individuals to support the expansion of our Geospatial expertise within the UK Geomatics business. We require a Graduate Land Surveyor to work with our surveyors in carrying out Topographical and Underground Utility Surveys, as well as 3D Laser Scanning for various engineering projects in the market sectors of Airports, Highways, Railways, Environmental and Industrial Processing/ Petrochemicals. Training will be provided to develop the theoretical and practical skills you have learnt during your degree so you can work towards professional accreditation and you will also be enrolled in our Graduate Development Programme to allow you to develop a career within our diverse business.
Responsibilities associated with the position include:
Undertaking remote site work using a variety cutting edge survey technology
Completing office processing activities in line with active survey projects, using high-end survey software
Liaison with other members of the Geomatics team to enable work to be delivered to time, budget and quality
Communication of project related issues to the relevant Senior Land Surveyor and Geomatics Project Manager
Mentoring of Assistant Land Surveyors when a suitable level of experience is achieved
Assist in the production of survey drawings and reports
Assist in the production of Method Statements and Risk Assessments and Safe Plan of Actions
Here’s What You’ll Need:
A degree or equivalent qualification in a Geospatial related subject
A minimum of GCSE grade A-C in Mathematics and English
A desire to develop your career by learning on the job, in a practical, outdoor, team environment
Strong personal management and timekeeping skills as well as a passion for being outdoors
You will be keen to work within a range of environments including the Highways, Rail, Environmental, Energy and Property sectors
You will need to hold a full UK driving licence as the role will involve use of the survey support vehicle and travel to remote site locations
A good level of fitness and flexibility is required and you must be prepared to spend time on site working away from the regional office, to include occasional unsocial working hours
Initiative to think on your feet, resolving unforeseen issues and forming working solutions.
A/AS Level (or equivalent) qualifications in Mathematics and Geography
A degree or equivalent qualification in Land Survey or Geomatics
Experience in using industry standard survey equipment and processing software
Relevant work experience which demonstrates applied knowledge of land survey procedures and workflows
Relevant work experience in an outdoor, site-based environment
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