Land/geomatics Surveyor

Land/geomatics Surveyor Job Description

Land/geomatics Surveyors Measure And Collect Data On Specific Areas Of Land. Once The Data Is Interpreted, It Is Used For A Variety Of Purposes.

Geomatics Is One Of The Most Technologically Advanced Of The Surveying Specialist Roles And Has A Key Role In A Diverse Range Of Sectors, Including:

  • construction;
  • property;
  • cartography;
  • offshore Engineering And Exploration;
  • geographical Information Systems.

Land/geomatics Surveyors Assess Land Due For Redevelopment And Survey A Range Of Different Areas, Including Airports, Landfill Sites, Mines And Quarries, And Pipeline And Distribution Systems.

The Term 'geomatics' Tends To Be More Commonly Used Than 'land Surveying' In The Industry.

Land/geomatics Surveyor Duties/Functions/Responsibilities

  • undertaking digital mapping;
  • making use of geographical information systems (GIS) to analyse and interpret site features;
  • utilising data from a range of sources, such as aerial photography, satellite surveys and laser beam measuring systems;
  • using computer-aided design (CAD) and other IT software to interpret data and present information;
  • keeping up to date with new and emerging technology;
  • producing detailed information (subsequently analysed by planners, builders and cartographers);
  • using a range of equipment to produce surveys, including GPS and conventional methods;
  • discussing specific project requirements with clients;
  • measuring the ground as required by the client, including aspects such as small and large-scale distances, angles and elevations;
  • analysing information thoroughly before it is handed over to other professionals;
  • thinking creatively to resolve practical planning and development problems;
  • interpreting data using maps, charts and plans;
  • providing advice to a range of clients.
  • gathering data on the earth's physical and man-made features through surveys;
  • processing data;

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