Spectrum Geosurvey specialise in coastal geophysical surveys, supporting a wide range of clients in the offshore renewables sector.  Spectrum Geosurvey are seeking an enthusiastic and dedicated individual to join our growing team based in our Lymington office.

Job Description

The successful candidate will be required to perform a variety of roles within the company and be prepared to travel and work away from home when required. Supported by an experienced and committed team of senior surveyors, the graduate surveyor will develop their skill set to carry out the following tasks within our growing company:

  • Vessel mobilisations, including survey equipment installation, interfacing, calibration and verification
  • Plan and undertake hydrographic surveys
  • Calibrate and maintain survey equipment
  • Develop and document survey procedures, both existing and innovative
  • Process and chart large area bathymetric datasets
  • Compile concise and accurate survey reports for a variety of clients
  • Assist project managers in the running of survey projects, both large and small
  • Research new technologies and arrange system/software trials to keep Spectrum on the cutting edge

Required Education/Experience & Attributes:

  • Degree or equivalent in a relevant subject such as Hydrography, Marine Geography, Marine Sciences or a related field
  • Working knowledge of hydrographic multibeam systems, motion reference units, side scan sonar and magnetometer systems
  • Highly competent in the use of all Microsoft Office applications including Word and Excel
  • Strong marine background
  • High attention to detail and documentation while under pressure
  • Ability to take initiative and work unsupervised
  • Full valid UK driving licence

Please send your CV to: cv@spectrum-offshore.com.

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Spectrum Geosurvey


Graduate Hydrographic Surveyor



Closing Date:

30 April 2022