Licensed Cadastral Surveyor


Job Description:

Rob Law Max

This Multidisciplinary Engineering team has been formed around the strength and experience of its people who have designed, consented and delivered land development and civil projects across New Zealand for many years. Due to growth and expansion they are offering a fantastic opportunity for an experienced LCS to join their team.

In a growing civil market this opportunity could provide the right stimulus for the individual who has passion but is yet to be provided with a leadership opportunity in their current role.

Working with an exceptional team of Engineers, you will be required to provide technical input to land development projects across the wider Wellington region. This will include

Involve data capture management, technical cadastral and legislative delivery

Contribute your cadastral and land surveying expertise on a diverse range of land development and housing projects

Manage projects and oversee, review and sign-off the work of others as required

​ Along with an above market salary and mentoring to encourage you as a potential future leader in their Survey team, other benefits include

Competitive salary with paid memberships and training

A collaborative, civil-industry focused, vibrant team.

Flexible, modern, and technology focused work environment.

Working in a vibrant medium sized business where personal recognition and reward is valued.

​ Skills required for the role

Hold a Surveying degree and be licensed in New Zealand

Familiar with the RMA process and cadastral surveying in a commercial environment

Ideally have experience of 12 D

Have excellent communication skills and relate well to clients and colleagues

The passion to become a future leader within the company

If you ready for the challenge, then please get in contact today.

For more information on this or other opportunities within the Engineering sector, phone in confidence, Juanel on +64 4 471 6985, apply online or email your CV to Ref: JV72024

Rob Law Max

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