Junior Land Surveyor

£25000-28000 per annum
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We are seeking to recruit a Junior Land Surveyor to join a successful and growing land surveying and BIM department in Oxford. This is an exciting opportunity for an ambitious individual gain experience working on major UK development projects, utilising the latest laser scanning technology. Some experience with laser scanning and registration processes would be ideal though full training will also be given.
Knowledge of traditional survey techniques such as establishing control via GPS and traversing is also desirable but not essential.
The role will involve undertaking laser scan measured surveys throughout the UK. The majority of our projects are located in London and the southeast, with some occasional further travel required when necessary. The junior surveyor will be expected to undertake all site survey aspects, initially working under the guidance of a senior surveyor with the ambition to quickly progress onto their own projects. The role will also involve registration of accurate, georeferenced point clouds suitable for the CAD and BIM teams to use. Again, training will be provided initially until the candidate is ready to take the lead on the processing.
The role will be based out of our client's Oxford office and it will be important for the candidate to be located within this area to both work out of the office and pick up/swap laser scanning equipment with the other surveyors. 

All costs involved in travelling to site are covered by expenses.
The Reward
Annual Salary - The role has a salary range of £25 – 28k per annum depending on relevant experience.
Bonus Scheme –  a discretionary annual bonus scheme, worth typically £2k - £4k, depending on the individual’s contribution and department profitability. Salaries are also reviewed on an annual basis. Salary and Bonus reviews take place in March/April each year.
Pension - Pension is 4% (non-contributory) of base salary which starts after the completion of probationary period.
Holidays are 22 days annually (January to December), plus bank holidays and with Christmas shut down as additional days. Holiday allowances increase 1 day per year up to 25 days after 2 years’ service.