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20th March 2018

We are looking to recruit an enthusiastic trainee to join our land surveying department.
Land/geomatics surveyors measure and collect data on specific areas of land. Once the data is
interpreted, it is used for a variety of purposes.
Geomatics is one of the most technologically advanced of the surveying specialist roles and has a key
role in a diverse range of sectors, including:

  •  construction
  •  property
  •  cartography
  •  offshore engineering and exploration
  •  geographical information systems.

Land/geomatics surveyors assess land due for redevelopment and survey a range of different areas,
including airports, landfill sites, roads and pipeline and distribution systems.

Typical work activities
Tasks carried out by a land/geomatics surveyor vary depending on the area they are working in but can

  • discussing specific project requirements with construction teams
  • measuring the ground as required by the client, including aspects such as small and largescale
    distances, angles and elevations
  • gathering data on the earth's physical and man-made features through surveys
  • processing data
  • undertaking digital mapping
  • making use of geographical information systems (GIS) to analyse and interpret site features
  • producing detailed information (subsequently analysed by planners, builders and
  • using a range of equipment to produce surveys, including GPS and conventional methods
  • analysing information thoroughly before it is handed over to other professionals
  • thinking creatively to resolve practical planning and development problems
  • interpreting data using maps, charts and plans
  • utilising data from a range of sources, such as aerial photography, satellite surveys and laser
    beam measuring systems
  • using computer-aided design (CAD) and other IT software to interpret data and present
  • keeping up to date with new and emerging technology
  • providing advice to a range of clients

Ideally, you should you will be taking A’ level maths and science or studying for an Engineering related

As a trainee the company will pay your college/university course fees (subject to signing our training

If you are interested in becoming a Land Surveyor please email k.patel@breheny.co.uk 


This job is located in Needham Market, Suffolk

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