We provide a wide range of related surveying expertise services within the Gisborne Tairawhiti region including Mahia and Wairoa in Hawkes Bay.
No job is too big or too small for our team of surveyors.
We have vacancies within Survey Gisborne for an experienced Survey Graduate and/or NZ Cadastral Surveyors with 3+ years of experience. The roles will suit someone with cadastral experience in land development, subdivisions, boundary redefinitions, Maori land surveys, etc.
An understanding of the Resource Management and planning process would be ideal to see land development and subdivision projects through from start to finish. You will need to be fully competent with the office component of creating cadastral survey (CSD) and using land-on-line.
This is a full-time role offering a competitive remuneration package, conditions, and ongoing professional development. If you are interested in these roles please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The team of professional surveyors and staff at Survey Gisborne Limited provide a wide range of land surveying and related services. Our office is based centrally in Gisborne City on the corner of Palmerston Road and Derby Street. We operate throughout the wider Tairawhiti / East Coast and Wairoa regions.
Survey Gisborne undertakes a wide range of subdivisions, land developments, engineering projects and other types of land surveying services for clients that are based locally and overseas.
Engage a professional surveyor from Survey Gisborne Limited, with the required qualifications and credentials, to undertake subdivisions, legal boundary definitions, creation of easements and covenants, undertake Maori Land surveys (partitions and “licence to occupy” areas), topographic / site surveys, building set-outs, orchard set-outs, resource consents, engineering infrastructure design and many more other land related surveying services.
Only a Licensed Cadastral Surveyor can survey and determine legal boundaries. At Survey Gisborne Limited, Kevin Taylor is a Licensed Cadastral Surveyor, as well as being a Registered Professional Surveyor. He is a member of The Consulting Surveyors of New Zealand and Survey & Spatial New Zealand.