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Civil Engineering & Marine Structures Consultancy

Hydrographic Surveyor


Job Summary
A hydrographic surveyor using specialized technical software and equipment including satellite and terrestrial positioning systems, sonars, single and multibeam echo sounders and laser scanners to provide data for the production of nautical charts and maps.
Job Specifications
Required Educational Level
  • Relevant Training or Qualification is essential.
  • Required Experience and Knowledge
  • 3 Years’ experience in a hydrographic surveying.
  • Skills & Abilities (Competencies)
    Competency Proficiency Level
  • Professionalism
  • Advanced
  • Teamwork
  • Competent
  • Analytical Thinking
  • Competent
  • Planning and Organizing
  • Advanced
  • Problem Solving and Conflict Resolution
  • Advanced
    Required Languages
  • Proven advanced verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills in English.
  • Duties and Responsibilities in Detail
    Actual tasks carried out can vary depending on the specific area of work, but may include:

    • Using specialized technical software and equipment including satellite and terrestrial positioning systems, sonars, single and multibeam echo sounders and laser scanners to provide data for the production of nautical contour lines, charts and maps.
    • Using specialized technical software and geographical information systems (GIS) to manage the integration, processing and presentation of data to clients.
    • Dealing with clients, internally and externally, to provide tenders and results in appropriate formats.
    • Producing reports.
    • Providing accurate and reliable information for other disciplines, such as, navigation, dredging, coastal works, environmental monitoring, aquaculture, marine wind farm development, oceanographic research and bridge construction.
    • Using Total station and GBS for topographic survey.

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