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Location: Buckinghamshire, England
Salary: £30000 - £45000 per annum
Posted: 3 months ago
Contract Type: Permanent
Industry: Construction
Contact Name: Jenna-Jayne Blake

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Engineering Surveyor

Job Description

A fantastic opportunity has arisen for an Engineering Surveyor for construction solutions contractor based in Buckingham.

Key Responsibilities and Accountabilities:

  • Provide support to project teams to review potential engineering surveying challenges and opportunities as requested by the Head of Geomatics or Principal Engineering Surveyor
  • Assist project teams in ensuring QA procedures are understood and carried out in full accordance with the Company's IBMS
  • Ensure all project level decisions are not detrimental to the Company's objective to work as "One Business"
  • Work closely with project engineering staff to ensure the timely delivery of survey, setting out, monitoring and CAD deliverables
  • Ensure rigorously adjusted survey control networks are available throughout the project and assist as required
  • Carry out design (AFC) model verification, creation, design, installation and maintenance of machine control systems
  • Carry out any setting out as required by the project to an appropriate level of detail and accuracy and in accordance with and Company standards and legislature
  • Carry out any monitoring, installation and observation as required by the project to an appropriate level of detail and accuracy and in accordance with and Company standards and legislature
  • Carry out volumetric reconciliations and take-offs as required by the Project team
  • Produce CAD deliverables as required by the project
  • Carry out any engineering surveys required by the project on time and to an appropriate level of detail and accuracy and in accordance with and Company standards and legislature
  • Carry out utility surveys as required by the project and only when fully trained to do so
  • Carry out any other duties expected of an Engineering Surveyor as requested by the Head of Geomatics or Principal Engineering Surveyor
  • Ensure as-built records are maintained to an appropriate level of detail
  • Assist other members of the Geomatics team with their duties when workload is high at the discretion of the Head of Geomatics
  • Assist site engineering staff with their duties when required at the discretion of the Principal Engineering Surveyor
  • Ensure field equipment required by the project is stored and maintained in an appropriate manner and in accordance with any Company policies
  • Take a proactive approach in mentoring and developing trainee geomatics staff throughout the Company
  • Take leadership of small teams of Geomatics staff as required
  • Take a proactive approach in achieving the Company's objective of having industry leading Health and Safety performance
  • Assist the Head of Geomatics in ensuring industry best practices and new technologies are understood and adopted, when appropriate, across the Company

Essential Skills & Experience

  • Must be computer literate
  • Must have access and be proficient in the use of CAD software i.e. LSS/N4CE/Leica infinity/iCON Office/C3D
  • Must be able to proficiently use a GPS kit/Total Station/Level.
  • Must be able to process, reduce and adjust GPS and Terrestrial Survey control networks
  • A 'can do', proactive attitude.
  • CSCS
  • Full driving licence.

Desirable Skills & Experience

  • Be able to 'Check and Adjust' a Total Station
  • Understand coordinate systems / site calibrations
  • Must be able to read drawings and specifications.
  • Must be able to compute volumes (stockpiles/site wide muck balance)
  • Must be able to carry out surveys and generate CAD drawings / testing drawings / fill out ITPs.
  • Must be willing to survey, as well as doing engineering (often engineers are not willing to do this)
  • LiDAR scanning Awareness and experience
  • SSSTS, PTS, CPCS/NPORS
  • Certification to use EM survey devices i.e. RD8000 and to fill out permits as per Group Procedures
  • RICS, CICES, ICE accreditation.
  • Familiarity with Trimble hardware software
  • 3D Modelling (Scan to BIM)
  • Ability to calculated expected arisings figures
  • Understand earthworks strategies.
  • BIM awareness
  • Awareness and experience in 3DMC i.e. Loading designs, daily checks, controlling construction depths
  • Be willing to work for Earthworks Team transitioning to the Build team is required.
  • CAA Drone pilot licence

Hours of work are Monday-Thursday 8:30 - 5:30, Friday 8:30 - 4:30, Flexible working options are available by agreement.

Salary for this role starts from £30,000 benefits include 15% bonus, pension, 25 days annual leave & bank holidays.

For immediate consideration please send your CV without delay to jennablake@barkerross.co.uk or call 07718 763550 or 0116 478 0998.

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