Surveyor

Ref: REC123 Based in London Permanent Role

Primary Purpose

PC Monitoring, Plowman Craven’s specialist structural and environmental monitoring division, provides manual and automated solutions to the construction industry. We offer expert advice through a consultative approach on the installation and management of structural and environmental monitoring solutions, pioneering the use of technical innovation to deliver proven expertise and trusted results.

We are currently seeking an experienced Surveyor to be based in our London office.

You will have an opportunity to work on numerous prestigious projects which have included the Earls Court Village, Fulham Wharf Riverside and London Bridge Redevelopments.


Key Responsibilities

  • To support Senior Projects/ Operations Manager and Survey Manager to deliver survey information to enable accurate and timely delivery of survey/ monitoring reports.
  • To ensure survey field and processing methodologies/ processes are implemented and rigorously followed by field staff.
  • To ensure that high quality survey data is produced and provided to project team in line with contract requirements.
  • Tracking of survey field works, associated data and deliverables
  • Quality assuring data through data analysis and interrogation
  • Processing of outstanding data to ensure data is delivered quickly and accurately.
  • Producing survey and data processing methodology work flows
  • Provide field/ office technical support and training via surveyor feedback
  • Provide Project Engineer support function during peak periods
  • Operations Support function
  • Setting up control networks and monitoring regimes for new projects (Field work)
  • Be responsible for the data management and quality
  • Deputise for the Senior Projects/ Operations Manager and Survey Manager in their absence.
  • To undertake all other reasonable tasks as requested.

Person Specification

Qualifications and Experience

  • A Civil Engineering/ Surveying degree.
  • 3-5 years post-graduation experience in Surveying.
  • A good knowledge and understanding of either Engineering, Surveying and Data Management principles.
  • CSCS Card.

Communication

  • Pro-active and effective communicator.
    • Will have the ability to communication on a technical level with internal staff.
    • Will have good verbal and written communication skills.

Technical and Analytical

  • Intermediate to high level experience of survey software packages such as N4ce, Starnet and AutoCAD.
  • Competent in MS applications.
  • Will have a positive and proactive approach to problem solving.

Other

  • Good interpersonal skills.
  • Excellent organisational skills and the ability to work under pressure to tight deadlines.
  • Prepared to be involved with projects which may run outside of normal working hours and weekends.
  • Attention to detail.

If you have any questions about this role please email recruitment@plowmancraven.co.uk

Benefits of working at Plowman Craven

Plowman Craven is a great place to work and offers a range of competitive family friendly benefits including:

  • 25 Days Annual Leave - increasing to 30 days plus bank holidays
  • Performance related bonus
  • Professional Membership and Development
  • Enhanced Family Friendly benefits
  • Enhanced Pensions Contributions
  • Health Care benefits
  • Life Assurance
  • Social activities organised throughout the year
  • Wellbeing Group
  • Flexible working hours (role dependent)

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