Surveyor

As a Surveyor you will be required to support company operations by providing on site surveys, documentation, installation advice and other relevant engineering duties.

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Overview

As a Surveyor you will be required to support company operations by providing on site surveys, documentation, installation advice and other relevant engineering duties.

The role will require the successful applicant to work on a UK wide basis which will include significant travel and regular working away from home to meet business objectives.

You will be expected to work on your own using your initiative and be innovative with a common-sense approach to ANPR design and solutions and able to deliver continuous improvements.

 

Key duties & responsibilities

  • UK wide working with significant travel and regular working away from home to meet business objectives
  • Work on own using initiative and be innovative with common sense approach to ANPR design and solutions and able to deliver continuous improvements.
  • Expected to survey for Civils/Electrical/Technical Communications.
  • Able to manage own workload and understand the changing needs of the Business and adapt to accommodate. Flexible approach
  • Performing surveys for new site installations as well as existing site changes
  • Documentation relating to new site installations (site surveys, signage plans etc)
  • Obtaining necessary information from job sheets and specified documentation, to ensure surveys are completed properly.
  • Liaising with clients and customers where necessary to obtain relevant information required
  • Problem solving, using a logical approach.
  • Suggesting new ideas and ways to improve the system set up
  • Administration duties including time sheet completion and expenses (prepared to the necessary standards) and submit these in line with relevant deadlines.
  • Adhere to all Health & Safety and welfare requirements, complying with any additional ParkingEye and clients’ requirements.
  • Fast paced department with tight SLAs and deadlines.
  • Adhoc duties that may be assigned on an as needed basis.
  • Contributing to the team effort.

 

Formal qualifications & experience required

  • Experience in demonstrating good communication skills and of prioritising works effectively
  • Experience in working under pressure
  • Experience would benefit in Civils/Electrical/Technical Communications
  • Experience in demonstrating working to tight timescales effectively.
  • Experience in dealing with external stakeholders and communicating effectively.
  • CSCS (Desirable but not essential)
  • Working at Heights (Desirable but not essential)
  • Must have a valid full UK driving licence
  • Excellent organisational skills

 

Personal attributes/skills

  • Must be able to communicate professionally and effectively
  • Available to work away
  • Available to work overtime at short notice
  • Weekend work maybe required

This Job Description is a guide only and is not exhaustive. Additional duties may be required as and when the needs of the business or position dictate.

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Known for superb performance and the utmost professionalism across the industry, the hard work and quality results we bring our clients wouldn’t be possible without the 350-strong team of dedicated employees that make up Parkingeye. Looking to join the ranks of a pioneering company that continues to grow year on year? You can get in touch regarding this role via the form – by doing so, you are agreeing to the recruitment privacy policy

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