As a Trainee Surveyor your role is predominantly fieldwork based and you will participate in log keeping, deployment and care of survey equipment, acquisition, data processing and paperwork tasks. As a trainee surveyor, your role will involve working closely with Surveyors and Party Chief’s to ensure project deliverables are met. You will develop your team working abilities to maximise the efficiency of the vessel and crew and always demonstrate a flexible and proactive approach to working practises, essential in the nearshore survey market.
• Equipment logging and observation.
• Multi-role online surveyor, collecting data including MBES, SSS, Magnetometer, SBP.
• Working daily from mainly UK ports for several weeks at the time.
• Undertaking 100-120 field days a year.
• Some office and field office data processing.
• Learning the different equipment spreads utilised across projects and the associated processing methodologies.
• Supporting surveyors and Party Chiefs in delivering jobs within expected timelines and specifications, end to end.
• Ensuring all work is carried out in accordance with the company Integrated Management System (QHSE).
• Vessel crewing duties.
• Current undergraduate, on a relevant degree course.
• Ambition to pursue marine surveying or marine physical science as a career.
• Willingness to learn and progress.
• Willingness to work on small boats in the marine environment
• Previous boat or marine experience a distinct advantage.
• Knowledge of hydrographic or geophysical survey fundamental principles.
• Proficient in Microsoft packages (Word/Excel)
• Good teamwork and communication skills.
• Problem solving initiative and flexibility.
• Fluent in English language both oral and written.
• Must be eligible to work in the UK and hold a Full Clean Driving License
You must live or be willing to relocate to a commutable distance of the Titan Surveys office in Bridgend, South Wales.