RPS Services UK deliver a comprehensive range of onshore and offshore surveying services, playing a vital role in supporting some of the most prestigious development projects in the UK.
With a focus on safety, reliability, and quality we have delivered Topographical, Measured Building, Hydrographic and Underground Utility Surveys across a wide range of private and public sector commissions.
Deploying the latest technology in an exciting and rapidly evolving industry, we offer cutting edge solutions designed to meet the challenges of complex survey requirements.
Our dynamic approach enables us to share efficiency savings with the client whilst demonstrating industry leading health and safety performance and innovative continual improvement.
Working throughout the UK and Ireland our depth of experience in data collection, workflow processes and formation of a reliable end product enables clients to make informed design and risk mitigation decisions at key stages of a project.
We are looking for to align our purpose and promise to our strategic priorities of making RPS a great place to do great work, delivering great work for our clients and making it easy to work together. The position of Utility Surveyor is at the heart of our strategic priorities. In particular delivering great work for our clients by providing excellent customer service and executing basic operational tasks. This position provides an opportunity for you to grow with RPS.
As a Utility Surveyor you should have the ability to plan and execute small to medium sized projects and manage timescales. You should have a thorough understanding of the application of Health and safety and QA. The Surveyor must be able to work methodically on their own initiative, problem solve and liaise with clients when necessary. You should have the ability to communicate with clients and colleagues in a professional manner and brief other members of the survey team. The ability to recognise problems and recognise where these are within their own ability to solve or to refer to more senior staff is essential for this role as is the ability to plan and execute small to medium sized surveys involving a number of survey teams. Flexibility in working hours, the willingness to travel and to work outside in adverse weather conditions are all essential requirements of this role.
All RPS employees have a responsibility to behave in a manner which ensures that their actions or omissions do not adversely affect the environment or health, safety and wellbeing of themselves, colleagues, contractors, or members of the public.
All Employees are responsible for:
Education and experience
What training you will receive
RPS is committed to investing in you and your career development and progression so we don’t mind how much experience you have – we will train you on everything you need to be successful in this role and beyond.
For all interested applicants please refer to the careers page on our website.