Licensed Surveyor Job Description (Chartered/Cadastral)
A charted/ cadastal / licensed surveyor requires you to have attainded the appropiate licence to work as a surveyor on projects in that particulat state or territory. People that work as a licenced surveyor ususally have direct manangement responsibilities.
- Setting-out, conducting as-builts, calculations and traversing (when necessary)
- Collecting and managing data
- Working across multi-faceted projects
- Assisting in the management & direction of the field surveyors
- Overseeing the team and project work
- Agreeing and signing off developments
- Interfacing on a daily/weekly basis with clients
- Developing further work pipelines and putting together pricing submissions for this new work.
Requirements for Licensed Surveyor:
- 5+ years in the surveying industry
- Extensive planning experience
- Degree qualification
- Are a licensed surveyor with cadastral endorsement (or in the process) for the relevant state/ territory/ location.
- Excellent in survey management, strong in land development process & requirements.
- Sound knowledge of cadastral legislation & subdivision process.
- A proactive and solutions-orientated attitude with good problem-solving capability.
- Successful in being a leader that has demonstrated influence on people to drive results.
- Excellent communication skills to effectively develop a working relationship with personnel
- Able to work autonomously and in a team
Average salage: $95k to $150k dependent on experience.
Salary is based on © SEEK statistics and research, view their website here.
This job description is a guideline only and will vary depending on the company, project and location within the Australian/ New Zealand market.
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