Surveyor / Trainee Surveyor

  • Job Reference: SEPRS-110322-01
  • Date Posted: 23 August 2023
  • Recruiter: SEP Rail Group
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  • Location: Ashford
  • Salary: £22,000 to £28,000
  • Sector: Construction, Engineering & Design, Other Rail Jobs
  • Job Type: Permanent

Job Description

Are you an experienced surveyor? Perhaps you’re searching for a new challenge, are looking to get into surveying or want the chance to join an organisation that genuinely cares for and invests in its team?

Thanks to great successes with recent tenders and a substantial bank of future work, we’re on the lookout for a surveyor or trainee surveyor to boost our existing team.

With competitive salaries, a generous benefits package and a fantastic culture and working environment, working with SEP Rail Services could be the move you’ve been waiting to make.

To become part of the fastest-growing railway surveying company in the UK click the Apply for this job button.

We’ll need an up-to-date CV and a covering letter or email. If you’re considered for the first round of interviews, you’ll be asked to take part in an informal telephone interview. Should you be successful at that stage, you’ll move on to a video or face-to-face interview.

Preferred skills/experience for the surveyor position include:

  • Rail experience desired but not essential
  • Topographical surveys
  • Complex S&C surveys
  • Network grids – GPS/traversing/levelling
  • Monitoring
  • Setting out
  • 3D laser scanning (HDS)
  • Rail – gauge clearance/OLE surveys
  • Sentinel tickets such as PTS, COSS, SWL1, SWL2 etc.

Trainee surveyors without such experience should send in a CV and covering letter in the same way, explaining why they are interested in and would be suitable for this position.

All applicants must be eligible to work in the UK.

Please note

It is the policy of SEP Rail Services, SEP Rail Design and SEP Rail Engineering to provide equal employment opportunities to all persons. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, creed, gender, sex, age, disability, national origin, ancestry, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or information or any other characteristic protected by law.