Are you a skilled land surveyor or geoinformatics technician looking for a new opportunity in Canada? We have many roles available in various cities and provinces across the country!
These positions, advertised on Jobbank, offer the chance to plan, conduct, and maintain surveys for real property boundaries and other features, using electronic distance measuring equipment, GPS, and even drones. As a land surveyor or geoinformatics technician, you will also analyze and manage data using GIS and CAD, and prepare and certify documents related to your surveys.
Job Duties of Land Surveyors and GeoInformatics Technician
Some of the duties you may be responsible for include:
- Developing survey plans and procedures
- Marking legal boundaries of properties and parcels of land
- Surveying and laying out subdivisions for rural and urban development
- Recording measurements and other data obtained during survey activities
- Advising and consulting on matters related to legal surveys
- Supervising other land surveyors and technicians, as needed
Other job titles you may see for these roles include Canada lands surveyor, cadastral surveyor, city surveyor, property surveyor, and more. To be eligible for these positions, you will typically need at least a secondary school education and several weeks of on-the-job training.
There are many ways to find land surveyor and geoinformatics technician jobs in Canada. Some options include:
- Searching online job boards like Jobbank
- Applying directly to companies in the engineering, construction, or real estate industries
- Networking with other professionals in the field
- Checking with professional associations or unions for job openings
- Consulting with a recruitment agency specializing in these roles
Salary of Land Surveyors and GeoInformatics Technicians in Canada
The salary for land surveyors and geoinformatics technicians in Canada can vary depending on the city and province you work in. In general, you can expect to earn a competitive annual salary with benefits. You can earn between $35,000 to $84,000 depending on your experience.
To work in Canada, you may need to meet certain employment requirements, such as having the necessary education and training, obtaining a work permit, and possibly passing a language proficiency test.
Best provinces to work as a Land Surveyors and GeoInformatics Technician
Some of the best Canadian cities or provinces to find these types of jobs include Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal, and Alberta. These regions tend to have a high demand for skilled land surveyors and geoinformatics technicians, as well as a range of industries and companies to work for.
How to apply
If you’re ready to apply for a land surveyor or geoinformatics technician role in Canada, click the link below to view our available positions and submit your application. We look forward to reviewing your qualifications and experience!