Our Client: Specialist engineering surveyors with a network of offices throughout the UK. Projects: Leisure, Infrastructure, Transport, Healthcare, Education and Housing Company Headcount: 200 - 250 Role of the Survey Manager: Responding to project enquiries and provide fee quotations to clients and following up on fee quotes.Managing operational resources, including the allocation of equipment, staff and vehicles.Scheduling commissioned projects and agreeing any access arrangements.Organising project files to provide site team members clear, concise instruction & briefings.Delegating workload and tasks to Project Coordinators to assist with the smooth running and delivery of survey projects.Maintaining company standards and ethos with regards to health & safety, diversity, equality, bullying, staff welfare and brand awareness, report non-compliance issues to a director.Producing site specific RAMS when required using the standard company template.Quality assurance, issuing of projects in a timely manner whilst maintaining required accuracy and standards.Ensuring the monthly billing spreadsheet is accurate, includes WIP numbers, is up to date and issued to a director at the end of each month.Continuous contact with other Survey Managers to communicate workload and facilitate work outside of your region.Interviewing prospective trainee and junior surveyor candidates Onboarding new joiners effectively into the team and business, including completing H&S inductions and right to work checks.Completing team meetings to aid the Directors with the delivery of information from the board to survey teams and vice versa, and to update the survey teams on any other business. Requirements of the Survey Manager: Previous experience working as a Survey Manager with a background in Geomatics Surveying(2 years' minimum experience).Previous experience working as a Land & Measured Building Surveyor(minimum 6 years' experience).Proficient using total stations, laser scanners, GPS, LisCAD, N4CE, AutoCAD equipment and software.Previous experience managing a surveying team and delivering projects. Benefits for the Survey Manager: 25 days annual leave, private healthcare, pension income protection, life assurance, professional subscriptions and discretionary bonus scheme. What happens next: Click apply today and our dedicated Surveying recruiter, Kevin Rose, will contact you to discuss the details of this opportunity in more depth.