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Graduate/Assistant Wayleave Surveyor

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Graduate/Assistant Wayleave Surveyor

  • Location:

    Hampshire

  • Sector:

    Rural Professionals

  • Salary:

    Negotiable

  • Contact:

    Miles Davies

  • Job ref:

    MJ18097

  • Published:

    27 days ago

  • Startdate:

    ASAP

What's in it for you?

Are you looking for an opportunity to work in a leading utilities and infrastructure consultancy firm with fantastic career progression?

This role could be for you!

Our client & the role

We are proud to be working with a leading name in the world of land access consultancy services. In this position, you will work alongside the senior team leader to assist in the delivery of works on various projects where access to private land is required by a client.

A large part of the role will involve undertaking site visits to assess route proposals, meeting with landowners and following the training to undertake these works independently. You will be responsible for preparing plans, using GIS systems and HMLR data whilst working with other in-house teams to produce legal and route plans.

You will have the opportunity to attend meetings with clients, both internal and external, alongside a senior member of the team. You will be responsible for completing photographic site schedule of condition to be used in conjunction with client reporting.

The position will involve a good combination of home/office and outside work in some of the most beautiful natural landscapes that the UK has to offer.

The Candidate

Liaising with numerous clients and stakeholders, the ideal candidate will be a good communicator with a strong eye for detail.

Ideally, you will be a graduate working towards RICS qualification, and you will have a knowledge of farming and commercial communities. An insight into, or experience of, the UK energy industry would be advantageous. You will have experience carrying out HMLR searches and working with GIS based mapping systems.

You will have a strong willingness to undertake role specific training necessary to develop towards senior surveyor level. A full UK driving licence is required for this role. You will be proficient in using all Microsoft packages.

Additionally, an understanding of agricultural practices, the rural economy and issues faced by farmers and stakeholders would be an advantage as it will enable you to relate to those you'll be dealing with on a daily basis.

How to Apply

There is a great salary on offer and a package to match and will be in line with experience. If you would like to discuss the role in more detail please apply below!