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Career Snapshots

Below are a number of stories of Surveying Graduates; where they are, what they are doing and where they are heading.

Find out why these young people chose surveying as a career option and where it will take them in the future

Elizabeth checking the GPS antenna on the hydrographic survey boat

I can't imagine sitting behind a desk all day
Elizabeth Kutyla, Hydrographic Surveyor with the Brisbane Port Corporation

I can't wait to go trekking through the Andes and Peru during my time off
Dean Carey, working in South America on geophysical surveys

Surveyors - an integral part of the team; every day is different
Carol White, project surveyor for land development projects in Adelaide

Building for the future
Bernard Balic and Helen Kouroulis, work as a team on some of the largest building developments in Australia

Like Father, Like Son
Matt Walker, on the high seas as a navigator on a geophysical survey ship in SE Asia.

Surveying on Ice
Rachael Manson in the Antarctic, looking at global warming

Venessa

Surveying our Defences
Venessa Brown in an Army Helicopter, looking at NSW roads

 

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