Surveyor Jobs Profile in Australia
A Surveyor officially marks land boundaries for all construction projects and legal deeds or titles.

A Surveyor is responsible for taking exact measurements to determine property boundaries including data relevant to the shape, contour, gravitation, location, elevation and dimensions of the property and its features for use in engineering, mapmaking, mining, land evaluation, construction, and other purposes.

Typical tasks of a Surveyor include:

  • drawing up and negotiating competitive proposals
  • managing projects from planning stages through to completion
  • advising clients on the feasibility of planning permission
  • presenting applications for planning permission
  • giving valuations, advising financial institutions and negotiating with regard to finance for commercial and residential developments
  • advocating the protection and conservation of heritage or environmentally sensitive sites
  • maintaining knowledge of relevant government policies and federal regulations

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