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Construction and infrastructure

Senior Surveyor

I'm a project manager on aerial surveying projects
  • Analytical
  • Calm
  • Flexible
  • Independent
  • Thorough

About this role

  • Attention to detail
  • Problem-solving
  • Project management

The role of a Senior Surveyor usually requires a Degree in Surveying (Spatial Science Technology) and must be registered with the Surveyors Board within their relevant state.

A Senior Surveyor leads a small team of people, instructing them and organising their work. This role works with both internal staff (hydraulics, other surveyors and designers) and external staff from the industry. They are the lead contact on specialised aerial surveying products like imagery, mapping and LiDAR (light detection and ranging). The Senior Surveyor has to understand client requirements and determine the best product for these needs. They then have to compile, critically analyse and present processed spatial data into a cartographic or a 3D visual representation.


  • Great

Working Environment

  • Flexible
  • Home office
  • In an office


  • Autonomy
  • Flexible working options
  • Professional development