Career outlook for technical surveyor
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Currently employed in Scotland
What's it like?
You would carry out tasks to help chartered surveyors, architects and engineers.
You could work across all branches of surveying. These include building, land, planning, quantity, general practice and minerals.
- Draught plans using computer-aided design (CAD) software
- Work out project costs
- Gather data to write plans and reports
- Help with environmental impact assessments
- Survey buildings or map land use using specialised tools
- Value land, property and machinery for purchase, sale, tax and insurance purposes
- Organise the auction of assets
- Manage building staff
- Schedule workloads and check the progress of projects
- Put together contracts, tenders and bids
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- Verbal communication
- Working with technology
- Problem solving
- Attention to detail
- Developing a plan
- Time management
- Taking responsibility
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