Mine Engineering Surveyor
Also known as: Surveyor.
A Mine Surveyor specifically measures underground and open-cut mines in detail. Their surveys help mining organisations locate new mines safely, avoiding older mines, and allow connections to be made between different underground passages.
- Determining the position of points of interest on the earth's surface, including the ocean bed and preparing the final product data in digital form;
- Supervise the preparation of plans, maps, charts and drawings to give pictorial representations and managing automated information systems;
- Undertake research and development of surveying and other relevant systems;
- Plan and design land sub-division projects and negotiate details with local governments and other authorities and representative bodies;
- Advise engineers, environmental and other scientists or other relevant professionals on the technical requirements of surveying, mapping and spatial information systems;
- May supervise and coordinate the work of surveying associates and field assistants
- Good at mathematics;
- Good organisational skills;
- Able to work neatly and accurately;
- Good health and good eyesight (corrected is acceptable);
- Able to work as part of a team; and
- Able to work independently.
$70,000 - $130,000