Survey and Land Property Officer

  • Fantastic opportunity for a Survey and Land Property Officer to join a friendly and supportive team in a vibrant local community!
  • Receive an attractive salary dependent upon skills and experience, ranging from $77,000 to $85,000 PLUS a range of additional benefits including super, salary sacrificing options to increase your pay, RDO's every 3 weeks, flexible working options with the option to work from home for the right candidate, ongoing training & development and relocation assistance.

A council truly passionate about it's community

Gunnedah Shire Council is an integral part of the Gunnedah community, a vibrant, warm and friendly town surrounded by the expansive Liverpool Plains and framed by the Nandewar Ranges. At Gunnedah Shire Council we are committed to providing a friendly and helpful service to all stakeholders. We are dedicated to Gunnedah being a liveable and accessible community for all ages and demographics. Additionally, as a council we are proud to promote economic and business development in the region.

We are not only invested in the people of Gunnedah, we are also heavily invested in its employees and their future careers. We now have an exciting full-time opportunity for a Management Accountant to join the team in Gunnedah, NSW. If you want to join a vibrant and local community and provide key financial services to ensure Gunnedah remains a community for all people, then this is the opportunity for you!

Your Opportunity

The role of Survey and Design Officer is an integral part of our team and supports the commitment we make to our community in providing efficient, responsive, open and accessible service to them.

Key responsibilities of the role include;

  • Provide accurate engineering surveys for project investigation and design in relation to the construction and maintenance of Council’s road works, sewerage and potable water network, stormwater drainage, and open space and recreational assets.
  • Investigate and negotiate land disposal and acquisition.
  • Assist with management of Council’s GIS data.

More specifically, your key day-to-day duties will include (but will not be limited to):

  • Liaise with designers pre- and post- field work.
  • Carry out engineering survey fieldwork and reduce data using CAD software.
  • Design of minor works to relevant standards using CAD software.
  • Set-outs of designs for construction purposes.
  • Conduct Work-as-executed surveys of Council works.
  • Photocopying and plan printing, compile plans.
  • Use and care of survey equipment and associated software, including localisation and arranging calibration.
  • Assist in process to acquire and dispose of land for infrastructure purposes.
  • Research land status and provide technical advice regarding land and property issues for customers.
  • Respond to enquiries from State Government departments regarding Crown land.
  • Provide advise to internal stakeholders on land and property aspects of Native Title processes.
  • Provide quality administration support as required.
  • Quality assurance of GIS data relating to Infrastructure assets.
  • Locate and attribute existing assets.
  • Map and attribute assets from work-as-executed drawings.
  • Extract GIS data for reporting purposes.

Our next Survey and Land Property Officer

To be successful you will have;

  • Bachelor of Surveying, Bachelor of Technology, Associate Degree in Civil Engineering, or Cert IV Geographic Information Systems, or demonstrated willingness to attain through external studies.
  • Demonstrated familiarity with Information Technology to intermediate level.
  • Demonstrated ability to assess situations and contribute to decision making.
  • Understanding of and commitment to OHS, Risk Management and Equal Employment Opportunity Principles.
  • Demonstrated skills and knowledge in use of Microsoft Office applications.
  • Ability and continued commitment to work according to Councils' policies and Code of Conduct, with or without supervision.
  • Current valid NSW Class C Drivers Licence (ongoing employment is conditional on maintaining this Licence).
  • Good level of physical fitness.

To read more about the position please see the Position Description or call Manager Engineering Services, Dr Grant Roberts on 02 6740 2100.

About the Benefits

In this role you will enjoy working within an organisation with a great culture and a shire with a fantastic sense of community!

In return for your hard work and dedication you will also receive an attractive salary circa $77,000 - $85,000 PLUS a range of additional benefits including;

  • Super;
  • Salary sacrificing options to increase your pay;
  • Ongoing training & development opportunities (including study support);
  • RDO's every 3 weeks; and
  • Flexible working options;

Professional development is extremely important to us and we take immense pride in supporting our employees through relevant training courses should they wish to pursue them!

If you're looking for your next role within a supportive work environment and a vibrant local community, look no further! - Apply Now!

APPLICATIONS SHOULD BE RECEIVED NO LATER THAN CLOSE OF BUSINESS MONDAY 6 FEBRUARY 2023.

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  • Job type:Graduate Jobs
  • Disciplines:
    Architecture, Design and User Experience, Industrial
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  • Locations:
    New South Wales,
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  • Closing Date:7th Feb 2023, 12:00 am

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