Licensed Cadastral Surveyor

Bay of Plenty - Rotorua

Rotorua is more than just the mountain biking capital of NZ!

The lake district of Rotorua is an exceptional place for water sports such as boating and kayaking. It also provides scenic walks, beautiful forests, golfing opportunities, and some of the best fishing and mountain biking in NZ. With its central location you are only an hour from the beach and two hours from the ski field. Add this to affordable housing, good schooling and a friendly atmosphere and you have one of the best places in NZ to work as a Surveyor. 

Cheal is a highly progressive multi-disciplinary consultancy offering Engineering, Surveying and Planning expertise to a national client base.  We have 6 branch offices throughout the central North Island and with 78 years in the business, we know what it takes to deliver exceptional outcomes.

We currently have a vacancy in our Rotorua office for an experienced Licensed Cadastral Surveyor. This is a key opportunity for a long term association with a top level consultancy that prides itself on forward thinking and the use of modern technology.

If you can display the following skills, we would love to hear from you:

* Current CSLB Annual Practising Certificate
* Advanced skills in 12D and/or AutoCAD
* Knowledge of and interaction with the RMA and Engineering fields
* Excellent written communication skills
* Exceptional client management skills

With Land Development experiencing significant and more importantly, sustained growth throughout the Waikato, Cheal provides the perfect opportunity for those of you who seek a high quality lifestyle while progressing and growing your career.

The Cheal culture is one of teamwork and exceptional communication with a commitment to quality.  Suitable applicants will be able to demonstrate how they fit this description.

Applicants may not be considered if they do not hold a current CSLB Practising Certificate. Full, clean driving licence essential as an element of travel will be required with this role.

Job Description

Applications close: 18 Dec 2018