Landmark Information Group, part of the Daily Mail & General Trust (DMGT), is the UK's leading provider of land and property search information, including digital mapping, environmental risk reports for property professionals and sophisticated property management tools to surveyors, risk and fraud managers and the broader financial markets. It also has operations in Germany in the form of On-Geo, and interests in Holland. We develop both products and services/solutions for our customers, ranging from environmental consultants, surveyors and some of the UK's largest banks & lending institutions (to name just a selection) who all have a common interest - land and property information.
Are you a recent graduate in Geography, GIS or a similar discipline? Are you looking for that essential example of field experience for your CV? Do you prefer travel and the outdoors to 9-5 in the office? If so, we may have the perfect opportunity for you…
We are always on the lookout for top calibre graduates to join our Field Surveying team here at Landmark. We are inviting you to register your interest for consideration if you are interested in embarking on a career in surveying, but need to build that essential ‘real-world’ experience.
Working on an exciting, high profile GIS mapping project, the Field Surveyor role involves working outdoors and exploring all corners of the Great Britain (all paid for!). You would be responsible for managing your own time while navigating Britain’s diverse landscape and capturing and updating geospatial data.
Whilst our offices are based in Exeter, you would spend the majority of your time out in the field and travelling to various locations, so it’s important you would be happy to spend several nights a week away from home. This is a perfect opportunity for a graduate looking to break into the profession, and could be a great foundation for a prosperous career within the industry.
To be considered for the role of Field Surveyor, you must have, or be studying towards, a Degree in a relevant field such as Geography, Urban Planning or Geographic Information Systems/Science. Previous experience of using ArcGIS and/or GNSS survey equipment would be advantageous, however not essential as training will be provided. You must be self-motivated and happy working remotely from the team, have an excellent attention to detail, be willing to work outdoors and be confident interacting with the general public. A full driving licence is necessary (vehicle provided) as the role includes driving large distances every week.