We are always keen to hear from enthusiastic and talented professionals who would like to join our team and progress their career.


We are an equal opportunities employer and offer a competitive salary, a contributory pension scheme and a generous, flexible holiday allowance.  We offer our employees an excellent working environment utilising cutting edge technologies in both hardware and software. There are opportunities for career progression and for capable individuals to assume responsibility, at an early stage, on a variety of interesting projects.

We runs a continuous recruitment process and welcome applications at any time. We offer suitable candidates the opportunity to work on innovative projects for leading clients across a range of industries in a variety of locations, and as part of a team you will be involved in all aspects of project delivery to include client liaison, data capture & post-processing.

Training and development is a key part of any career development path and the company makes significant investments in this regard to ensure all employees remain at the forefront of industry advancements and are able equipped to work safely and securely.

Any job vacancies that arise within the company will be advertised but we do welcome speculative CVs which will be considered in the event that an appropriate position becomes available.

We do not accept any applications from recruitment agencies or via their respective websites, and should these be received they will be disregarded without acknowledgement.

If you wish to be considered for any future positions, please send your CV and covering letter to:

We are currently Recruiting:


Due to the continued expansion of our portfolio of survey services we have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Senior Hydrographic Surveyor / Party Chief  to join our team and to support operational and QA processes.

The successful candidate will assist the management team with the running of the Hydrographic Survey Department, with  responsibility for the management of delegated projects to meet agreed timescales and client expectations and involvement in the supervision, training and development of staff within the hydrographic survey team.

Main Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Support the management team in the efficient running of the department.
  • Act as Party Chief on specific projects.
  • Maintain effective lines of communication with management, colleagues and clients.
  • Have the ability to make decisions and possess a can-do attitude.
  • Provide technical knowledge to the commercial team to assist with tendering and enquiries.
  • Participate in the supervision and training of Hydrographic Surveyors / Graduate Hydrographic Surveyors.
  • Undertake hydrographic surveys including client liaison, on site data collection, post processing, analysis, presentation, charting and reporting of survey data, acting as Project Lead when required.
  • Co-ordinate and progress survey activities in accordance with Scope of Work, Technical Specifications and relevant procedures to ensure compliance with QA processes.
  • Assist with vessel and survey equipment mobilisation / maintenance to ensure that calibration, certification and servicing routines are completed in accordance with manufacturer and industry standards.
  • Maintain and take responsibility for a healthy and safe working environment and work in accordance with company policy and statutory requirements at all times, ensuring compliance by junior staff.

Essential Criteria:

Candidates should have a degree in a survey/marine related discipline and / or professional accreditation (e.g. IHO Cat A, RICS, MCInstCES or MIMarEST etc.) and demonstrable relevant industry experience at senior level.

  • Experience in QPS QiNSY, Qimera, Fledermaus, Hypack, EIVA NaviSuite, and Chesapeake SonarWiz acquisition & processing software packages.
  • Acquisition and processing of Multibeam & Singlebeam Bathymetry and data from Side-scan Sonar, Magnetometer, Geophysical & LiDAR Sensors.
  • CAD & GIS skills are essential
  • Demonstrable relevant industry experience at senior level.
  • Effective decision-making skills and a positive ‘can-do’ attitude.
  • Boat handling experience, RYA / MCA Commercial endorsement advantageous.
  • Driving License and ability to tow trailers up to 3,500kg.
  • Ability to spend periods of time away from home is essential.

Candidates must live within (or be willing to relocate to) a commutable distance of the company’s head office in Irvine. Alternatively, expressions of interest for posts based at a new subsidiary office in Edinburgh would be welcomed.

This is a full-time position for a focused team player, and in return an attractive salary package is offered, with a generous holiday entitlement, company pension scheme and a professional working environment within a progressive survey company.

To apply please email your CV with a covering letter to

Please note that applications via recruitment agencies will not be considered.


Due to our expanding portfolio of survey services we have an exciting opportunity for experienced Land Surveyors to join our team.

The role will involve working within an experienced survey team, on a variety of sites throughout the UK and occasionally further field, utilising RTK GNSS, Total Stations & Laser Scanning equipment. Due to the nature of the work, a flexible approach to working hours is essential, as is a willingness to stay away when necessary.

Duties will include:

  • Topographic Surveys
  • River Sections & Bathymetric Surveys
  • Measured Building Surveys
  • Static & Mobile Laser Scanning
  • 3D Photogrammetry
  • Working with UAVs
  • 3D Modelling & BIM
  • GNSS PPK Post-processing
  • Processing Survey data and issuing drawings/reports
  • Liaising with Clients
  • Identifying and mitigating potential QHSE risks
  • Managing delegated projects to meet agreed requirements

Essential Criteria

  • Survey related qualification to Degree / HND level.
  • Demonstrable surveying / data processing experience across a range of survey disciplines
  • Proficiency in AutoCad and survey processing software such as Trimble TBC, PosPac & LSS
  • Good problem solving, self-management and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to work independently to tight deadlines
  • Full UK Driving License

In return, we can offer

  • A competitive salary package (based on experience)
  • 30 days Holiday per year (including Public Holidays)
  • Use of company vehicle.
  • On-going Training and Development
  • Opportunities for career progression within an established, dynamic survey company.

Candidates must live within (or be willing to relocate to) a commutable distance of the company’s head office in Irvine. Aspect Land & Hydrographic Surveys Ltd are an equal opportunities employer.

It is essential that you agree to undergo various checks including: Identity, Right to Work, Employment / Education History and Criminal Record checks.

To apply please email your CV with a covering letter to

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