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We’re recruiting – Surveyors, Lead Surveyors and Lead Utility Surveyors

Recruiting for surveyors and lead surveyors

Due to continued expansion and a host of recent tender successes, we’re actively seeking to recruit a number of Surveyors, Lead Surveyors and Lead Utility Surveyors.

Available positions

  • 1 x Surveyor (Ashford)
  • 1 x Surveyor (Liverpool)
  • 2 x Surveyors (Nationwide)
  • 2 x Lead Surveyors (Nationwide – Min 3yrs Rail Exp.)
  • 2 x Lead Utilities Surveyors (Nationwide – Min 3yrs Rail Exp.)

The ideal candidates should be proactive, hardworking and conscientious. In addition, they should possess good communication skills, a positive work ethic and have the ability to work independently and unsupervised as well as part of a team.

Preferred skills and experience (Lead Utility Surveyors)

  • Rail experience – min. 3 years’ experience mandatory for lead surveyors
  • PAS128 training
  • Training and experience using both electromagnetic locating equipment (EML) and ground penetrating radar (GPR)

Preferred skills and experience (Surveyors and Lead Surveyors)

  • Topographical surveys
  • Complex S&C surveys
  • Network grids – GPS/traversing/levelling
  • Monitoring
  • Setting Out
  • 3D laser scanning (HDS)
  • Gauge clearance/OLE surveys
  • Sentinel tickets such as PTS, COSS, SWL1, SWL2 etc.

Why join SEP Rail Services?

  • Excellent benefits and employee rewards package
  • Highly competitive salaries, pension and holidays
  • A fantastic culture and working environment
  • Regular team social events
  • Internal and accredited training programmes

Need more information?

To learn more about this position, please visit the recruitment page of our website. Alternatively, why not call our head office on 01904 403 322? A member of our team will be only too happy to help.

Want to apply?

To become part of the fastest-growing rail surveying company in the UK, email info@seprail.co.uk.

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 second stage interview.

All applicants must be eligible to work in the UK.