Job DescriptionThe Hinkley Point C Project is one of the largest infrastructure projects in Europe. During the business construction phase over 5,600 people will work on the site. The project marks the rebirth of the UK's nuclear industry and will present invaluable opportunities for Somerset, the South West and wider UK.
This is an exciting opportunity to work on one of the largest and most significant construction and infrastructure projects in Europe.
The Surveyor is the link between the Survey Manager and the field.
In charge of collecting Survey data for:
- Contractors surveillance purposes
- Survey Network installation
- Various topographical surveys and other survey works
Also ensuring the Quality of survey on site as well as Health and Safety.
The post holder will be an advocate of our quality and safety culture and help to embed this approach in all processes and activities undertaken on the project. They will also be a champion of quality, ensuring that the works are constructed according to specification requirements.
The Surveyor is responsible for performing the whole range of classic survey operations.
You must be familiar with precision levelling, static and dynamic GPS, scanning, terrestrial measurement with total station.
Familiar with survey field works, data acquisition, data processing, data quality checks, basic maintenance of equipment and survey reporting and KPIs.
Following the planning instructions from the Survey Manager and is responsible for delivering results in time and quality.
Able to assimilate the site rules and organisation and adapt to any changes in schedule, means and specifications.
The role of the Survey Engineer is:
- to manage and organise the survey work load for the team.
- to carry out the surveillance activities related to different contracts with the support of surveyors
- to write the surveillance reports and technical documents to be approved by the Survey Team Manager.
- Be aware of the specifications and documents applicable to his work
Knowledge & Skills
Ability to work in a project team environment and promote teamwork through effective communication
Ability to be flexible in their approach, prioritise work and remain resilient and focussed when under pressure
General profession skills such as accuracy, tenacity, diplomacy and results orientation
Good survey technics knowledge:
Minimum of 5-10 years' experience in tunnelling survey activities
Use of instruments (mainly Leica on site) such as Total station, Digital level, Scanner, GPS (rover and static)
Survey data processing and quality checking
Qualifications & Experience
Previous experience in a big industrial/project environment would be advantageous
Driving licence would be desirable
Rate £250 to £350 per day PAYE Contract (+ 33 days paid leave).
For more information, please contact Kay Hemsley at Rullion on 0203 201 1215.
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