Tunnelling Surveyor Job Description

tunnelling surveyor job description

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Tunnelling Surveyor Job Description

This position is usually available to a surveyor with three or more years of post-graduate experience. You would be required to survey, monitor and scan the construction of tunnelling projects. With majority of the works occuring underground you should be comfortable working in conditions that may be dark, confined and sometimes uncomfortable.

Tunnelling Surveyor Responsibilities:

  • Setting out for works, survey guidance systems
  • Survey monitoring and scanning
  • Reading and interpreting drawings
  • Calculations and data processing
  • Conducting as-built reports
  • Supervising/assisting junior team members
  • Liaising with the client and other key stakeholders
  • Ensuring all OH&S procedures are being adhered to

Usual Requirements:

  • Tertiary qualification in land or engineering survey
  • Previous work history with a reputable survey company
  • Strong attention to detail
  • 3+ years Experience in civil infrastructure
  • Good understanding of/experience with modern survey instrumentation
  • Tunneling experience preferred but not mandatory

Average salary benefits: $100k – $130k

Salary is based on © SEEK statistics and research, view their website here.

This Tunnelling Surveyor 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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