Licensed Cadastral Surveyor Jobs
How to Enter
New Zealand law states that only a Licensed Cadastral Surveyor can certify a cadastral (land title) survey. To become a Licensed Cadastral Surveyor, you will need to obtain a Bachelor of Surveying (BSurv), and then complete two years of practical work, a series of tests, and then give a presentation of your practical work to the Cadastral Surveyors Licensing Board.
The job responsibilities of a Licensed Cadastral Surveyor may include any of the following:
- Surveying land, sea, lakes, coastlines and rivers
- Conducting and certifying cadastral (land title) surveys and identifying boundaries
- Ensuring current records and measurements are accurate
- Creating reports on survey data
- Preparing maps and charts
- Aiding in the mapping and planning of new structures, such as roads, piping and bridges
- Liaising with clients, government officials and other professionals on surveying and development projects
- Conducting environment impact assessments of any proposed work
Given enough experience, a Licensed Cadastral Surveyor can move into a more senior or managerial role within a surveying or construction business or become a consultant. Alternatively, a Surveyor could also progress into any of the following specialist areas: Civil Engineering Surveying, Hydrographic Surveying, Underground Mine Surveying or Map Making.
50K – 80K per annum (NZD)
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