Chief Surveyor

Are you ready for a new challenge within your career? Are you looking for a dynamic company where you have the freedom to contribute and develop your own personality to the job? If you are a self-motivated, confident and knowledgeable Chief Surveyor who is willing and able to share your knowledge to further grow our survey capabilities, you could be the candidate we are looking for!

 

The main duties as Chief Surveyor include but are not limited to:

  • Take responsibility for the integrity of geodetic control for all tenders and projects
  • Ensuring that all our survey solutions will meet the agreed error budget
  • Takes the lead in mobilizations and calibrations prior to the start of offshore operations
  • Takes the responsibility for the development and maintenance of N-Sea’s standard operating procedures as well as approval of project specific (survey) procedures and review and approval of mobilization and calibration reports.
  • Attending mobilizations and supervision / execution of dimensional control surveys

 

Requirements for the position

  • Minimum of 10 years’ experience as a surveyor, Party Chief and preferably experience onshore in a supervisory role
  • Personal qualities include a natural ability to work independently
  • IHO/FIG CAT A qualification
  • Master’s or bachelor’s Degree in a Geomatics-related subject
  • Excellent written and spoken English
  • Strong QC and QA skills of reporting and deliverables
  • Extensive abilities in EIVA/QINSy software
  • Hands-on attitude
  • Team spirit
  • Good communicator and approachable personality
  • Must be fit and able to work offshore at times to assist in offshore survey projects

 

Location: Dordrecht, Temporary Zierikzee

 

If this job appeals to you and you can recognize yourself in this position, please send your application to recruitmentNL@n-sea.com

If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact our HR department 0111-456000
 

Marika van den Berg – HR Advisor

Debbie Offermans – HR Officer/Advisor

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