Graduate Geospatial Surveyor 2021
We are looking for ambitious Graduate Surveyors to join our Geospatial team. Geospatial information is the evidence base that shapes our economy and how we live. It encompasses power, water, telecoms, trains, roads, housing and even town centres delivering the services and facilities we need to live, work and play in the 21st century. We help deliver major projects from High Speed Two and Northern Power Rail, to town centre regeneration and housing renewal. We also help look after the Country’s Natural Capital, helping organisations realise their Corporate and Social Responsibility goals.Operating in both rural and urban environments, our Geospatial graduates combine the best from the Environment, Commercial, Geomatics, Minerals and Waste Management, Planning and Development and Rural Professional Groups to produce a well-rounded ‘land’ professional Chartered Surveyor.
From day one, you will be hands on with the latest survey equipment, BIM applications and GIS with opportunities to specialise in as you progress. Your work will help determine the best place for new housing and infrastructure as well as contributing to the feasibility and environmental impact assessments. You will also gain experience in some specialised and sought after skills including modelling, 3d visualisation and spatial analysis which are in short supply in the market.
Your work each day will vary, you could be conducting Land and Measured Building Surveys, producing 3D CAD and BIM models and drawings, providing assessments of human and physical geography for spatial planning cases, or on-site completing risk assessments and method statements. You will take an active role in the development and implementation of efficient, ‘best practice’ internal systems and processes, optimising IT and other resources.
Clients are at the heart of what we do, so ensuring you develop and maintain strong relationships with our clients is essential, this includes attending client meetings and prepare communications and reports.
What you'll need
It is preferred that you will have a RICS accredited degree, however we do welcome applications from candidates with non-accredited degrees and other relevant qualifications. You will also ideally have experience within a real estate or civil engineering organisation across the rural, commercial or energy sectors gained through work experience or placements. It is essential that you have a full UK driving license as regular travel is required.
Our Promise to You
From day one of our scheme you will be invested in. We offer a structured training programme, an APC supervisor or counsellor, and regular assessments to ensure you achieve the full level of competency required for your APC. In addition, we pay your APC registration fee and your first APC final assessment, and offer up to five days study leave.
We offer a highly competitive rewards package including group pension, flexible benefits, referral schemes and 25 days annual leave. As an equal opportunities employer, with the Investors in People Gold accreditation, we are dedicated to driving diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Learning and development is important to us, we encourage everyone to continue developing to optimise their performance and fulfil their potential. We enjoy what we do, and we do it well, that’s why 80% of our business is from repeat clients.
- Approachable – we treat every relationship with respect, integrity & warmth
- Effective – we do what we say we will, we do it well & we’re accountable
- Ambitious – we are ambitious for our clients and our firm
You will be asked to respond to a number of questions about your academic achievements and work experience and to write a covering letter. We also ask you about your motivations and interest in a career in property as well as any extracurricular activities.