Survey Manager / Senior Surveyor / Engineering Surveyor
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- Job Listing Date
- 23 Jul 2020
- Brisbane, CBD & Inner Suburbs
- Work Type
- Full Time
- Construction, Surveying
WW Surveys is a leader in providing survey services to the civil infrastructure industry. We have a solid client base and an existing portfolio of major infrastructure projects throughout South East Queensland, from the NSW border to the Sunshine Coast.
At WW Surveys we understand that it is people who are the key to a successful future. We are searching for the best Surveyors in the industry to become integral to our team as we continue to grow.
About the role
Duties and Responsibilities
- Liaise on a daily basis with site supervisors and engineering staff
- Interrogate infrastructure design and identify issues
- Prepare survey sketches with long section and cross-section information for design clarification
- General survey fieldwork
- Create field set out designs for the survey team
- Create machine control files
- Compile work-as-executed models
- Calculate volumetric and area quantities
- Install, measure and adjust survey control networks
Skills and experience
- Tertiary Qualification, or working towards one
- Experience with 12d Model office and field software
- TMR or RMS experience
- Experience with either Trimble or Leica field hardware and software
- Experience providing ADAC data
- Previous experience/exposure to BIM, UAS, and/or Scanners highly sort after
What we offer
- Attractive remuneration package reflecting the experience and skills of the successful candidate
- Ongoing professional development and growth
- Opportunity to work on iconic infrastructure projects
- Be part of a stable and supportive company
Please forward all applications to: email@example.com
No agency's thankyou
- Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?
- Do you have a current Australian driver's licence?
- Do you have experience working on civil infrastructure projects?
- How much notice are you required to give your current employer?
- What's your expected annual base salary?