National Network of Regional Coastal Monitoring Programmes

Current Vacancies

Coastal Surveyor

Salary: Starting from Grade F - £26,974 to £30,984

Hours: 37 hours per week

Closing date: 13th May 2022

Competitive salary, generous annual leave, flexi time, flexible working etc. See Join The Team — Coastal Partners

Our Geomatics Division provide a professional land surveying service to Coastal Partners, the National Coastal Monitoring Programme and local authorities in Southern England. We provide topographic and coastal surveying, highway, and utilities surveys; and aerial surveys via UAV with a suite of equipment and tools including total stations, GNSS and laser scanners. 

You will be an experienced surveyor, technically competent and capable of supervising a survey team to produce topographic surveys and aerial surveys. You will be able to process and manage complex survey datasets without supervision and perform appropriate quality checks to meet agreed specifications. You will be expected to develop risk assessments and safe systems of work, to ensure the survey team health, safety and welfare while working outdoor in all weather conditions.

You will have commercial experience to enable continued growth of the Geomatics brand as a fee earning, professional service to clients and partners to a high standard. You will be expected to prepare quotations and engage with clients to support the development and implementation of their engineering projects via appropriate survey services. 

Suitable applicants will require an HNC in Civil Engineering or Construction in the Built Environment (or related discipline) and 2 years+ relevant experience. And ideally a formal qualification in Geospatial/Surveying/Mapping or other equivalent training with relevant experience.

You will be enthusiastic, enjoy working outdoors, be environmentally aware and have confidence in your ability to find solutions to problems. Experience of BIM, RPAS/UAV qualification, 3D modelling, point-cloud data collection and processing would be an advantage.

We apply a suite of applications to generate high quality and dependable outputs to meet our client needs. You will need extensive experience in the use of Autodesk products such as AutoCAD and Civil3D, specialized survey processing and photogrammetry platforms such as LSS, Trimble Business Centre, Leica Cyclone and Pix4D or equivalent. Experience of using GIS software such as ESRI ArcGIS would also be an advantage.

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Coastal Project Support & Engagement Officer - 22531

Region  East of England, South West, National

City/Town  Bath , Ipswich

Building/Site  Iceni House, Rivers House Twerton

Grade  Staff Grade 4

Post Type  Permanent

Working Pattern  Full Time

Role Type  Programme and Project Management, Science, Geography

Salary Minimum  £28,785

Job description  

The Anglian Coastal Monitoring Programme (ACMP) are seeking a Project and Engagement Officer to join our small team.
The primary objective of ACMP is to collect coastal monitoring data to serve the needs of our partners and customers who have coastal management responsibilities, providing the evidence for flood and coastal erosion risk management (FCERM) decisions between the Humber and Thames Estuaries.
This is an interactive role, providing the interface between the ACMP and our partners, stakeholders, and wider data users.
You will play a key part in expediting the delivery of our project objectives. Reporting to the ACMP Team Leader and working closely with the data and scientific leads, you will fulfil a multi-purpose role which will suit someone with a keen interest in flood and coastal erosion risk management.
You will:

  • Help coordinate our ongoing monitoring activities,
  • Help manage the programme’s survey contracts,
  • Respond to customer data requests
  • Input to technical reports
  • Raise the profile of the ACM programme online to promote our work and share our deliverables for maximum impact
  • Lead on engagement with ACMP internal and external partners
  • Complete data analysis tasks using topographic, Lidar and hydrographic data to outline & highlight any evidence of coastal change

Find out more and apply : Coastal Project Support & Engagement Officer - 22531 - Environment Agency Jobs

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