Graduate Land Consultant / Land Technician


VacancyID: 12119
Location: Asia - India - Noida
Type: Permanent
Closing Date:31/10/2017



In this varied role as a researcher in the Land Services division, your goal will be the research and delivery of detailed, high quality land ownership information to our clients. You will gather this information by searching various databases, researching land registry records and examining Ordnance Survey maps. Our clients develop major highway, rail, energy and water infrastructure for which they need Government approval. You will work as part of a team of Land Consultants assisting the Referencing Manager in liaising with land owners that may be affected by the development and delivering the necessary information required to notify, gain access and subsequently compensate them for the impact caused by the scheme.
You will provide support to the project team by undertaking technical project tasks on time, within budget and to the agreed standards.
Principal accountabilities include:
1. Research into interested parties to ensure that all information is recorded consistently and accurately.
2. Produce Notices according to the Statutory Procedure being followed.
3. Checking of all work undertaken and ensuring sources of information are auditable
5. Assist the mapping team in accurately illustrating the boundaries of land owned and affected.
6. Produce Order plans and schedules of the information gathered.
8. Attend weekly / monthly project meetings with team as appropriate.


Mouchel is looking for a self-motivated individual with a talent for verbal and written communication; a good team player, strong work ethic and an eye for detail, quality and accuracy. You should be comfortable working with computer equipment. Ideally you will be seeking membership of a relevant professional organisation.
You should also be fluent in written and verbal English and experience of GIS would be advantageous.
Mouchel is a leading infrastructure and business services group that works in partnership with its public services’ clients to improve the day-to-day lives of millions of people. We provide advisory, design, project delivery and managed services associated with infrastructure and business services across the highways and transportation, local government and utilities markets. We help to provide clean water; safer, better roads; cost-effective, sustainable energy; landscapes where communities thrive; and well-designed schools where children can learn.
Throughout our business, we employ thousands of people with specialist and diverse skills – from civil engineers to business process outsourcing consultants and from property and estates management professionals to environmental planners and ecologists. There are also data modellers; human resources specialists; transport planners; project managers; ICT consultants. There is an enormous range of professions and career opportunities backed up by our commitment to develop our staff including dedicated career paths in many of our technical and project management disciplines which gives our employees the toolkit and support to progress their careers. We are a flexible employer, open to discussing working arrangements to suit individual requirements. The profile of our staff is as diverse as the programmes and projects we manage. What our people have in common, though, is the desire to innovate, improve, promote excellence, act with integrity and take responsibility.