Trainee Land Surveyor

Trainee Land Surveyor

About

Founded in 1989 and established on a set of clear values, our clients take a collaborative approach to the delivery of land, building and utility surveying services.

They undertake bespoke services for each stage of the construction process from feasibility, design, construction and delivery. Designers, developers, engineers and contractors work with them to provide in-depth reliable data and analysis to keep a project on time and budget, eliminating risk in often complex and challenging environments.

Our client is seeking to recruit Trainee Land Surveyors to be based from their Guildford Office.

Candidates will have a broad range of experience and versatility in order to meet new challenges. You will have desire to work in a technical and part-outdoor based profession and be enthusiastic, reliable and possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills.

Full training will be given in measured building surveys, topographic surveys, setting out, Network RTK GPS, laser scanning, 3D software environment including AutoCAD, CloudWorx and Jetstream.

Due to the location of the office and hours of the job, a full clean driving licence and own transport is essential. The role will require travel and occasional work away from home.

This is an exciting opportunity for candidates who want a career and who can demonstrate the desire and ability to be part of our proactive and progressive team and who share our ethos for providing a quality service.

The Benefits include :

• Company training programme with reviews and promotion targets
• 121 with your line Manager every quarter
• PDI with the Survey Manager every quarter
• Expenses float paid monthly
• NRSWA, CSCS and First Aid training
• Full PPE and company work clothing
• Quality Assurance feedback on every project
• External Laser scanning and Revit training courses

Salary between £18,000 to £22,000 per annum, depending upon existing survey experience.

This role is commutable from Ascot, Surbiton and High Wycombe.