The Surveyor is a self reliant technical professional and is expected to initiate, carry out and report on all topographic and hydrographic survey work for projects. The work may include supervising trainees and local surveyors.

Job description

The successful candidate will be required to undertake a variety of roles within the company, with guidance, support and training. You must be prepared to travel in the UK and Ireland and work away from home as well as on site and head office in Fareham.  Support and guidance will be given from a highly experienced senior surveyor, allowing for development and upscaling of skill sets.

Main Tasks

  • Setting up, installing and then independently executing all topographic and hydrographic survey work for a project in line with the safety, health, environment and quality standards.
  • Assist Project managers in the running of  projects of varying size.
  • Interact with dredging plant which require survey input.
  • Administering the project survey data, performing all relevant calibrations and reporting within the company QA system
  • Solving technical surveying problems during a project.
  • Supervising trainees and junior surveyors.
  • Staying informed about survey related trends and developments and suggesting improvements the  Survey Operations Manager on a detailed level.

Required Knowledge and Experience

  • Degree or equivalent in a relevant subject, such as: Hydrography, Marine Geography, Marine Science, Land survey or related field.
  • 3years + experience in near and/or offshore survey industry
  • Detailed and experience based Knowledge of Multibeam and topographic systems
  • Experience in the use of Qinsy (QPS software)
  • Knowledge of MS office (specifically Word and Excel)
  • The capability to lead data acquisition, equipment installation and mobilisations.
  • The ability to work independently, with a proactive mentality.
  • Full UK driving license and Right to Work in UK

Desirable Skills and Experience

  • Previous experience in mobilisation of hydrographic equipment and vessels
  • Worked within the dredging/marine construction sector
  • Experience of Dredgeview software
  • Experience of Beamworkx Software
  • Drove survey experience

Boskalis Core Competencies


  • You help find solutions to problems. You work with other Boskalis departments and in doing so you put common interests above your own.

  • You contribute ideas and work with others to achieve common goals.

Enterprising Spirit

  • You enquire about the needs of your customers and adapt to changing expectations.

  • You ensure or contribute to the performance of a business analysis (costs/benefits) for all activities.


  • You listen to constructive criticism and are prepared to improve your own performance where possible.

  • You have high expectations of your own performance and strive to deliver the best quality possible.

  • You adhere to norms and values, even when this leads to disadvantages, tension or conflicts.

  • You do what you say you will do, and you keep promises and agreements.

Equal Opportunities

  • Treating all fellow colleagues and clients equally.  No client or colleague will be treated less favorably because of their race, colour, religion or belief, nationality ethnic or national origin, sexual orientation, gender, age, disability or marital or civil partner.


  • 25 days annual leave + Bank holidays  & the opportunity to buy up to 15 extra
  • Very competitive pension
  • Medical & Dental health cover for you and your family
  • Critical illness Insurance
  • Life assurance
  • Health screening
  • Cycle Work


To apply, please send your CV and a covering letter outlining your suitability for the role to:


HR Department
Westminster House
4 Crompton Way
Segensworth West
PO15 5SS


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