Land Surveyor Coordinator


Job Description

Qualification required: Degree in Valuation and Land Survey is required.

Minimum experience: 10-15 years of professional experience in Land Valuation and Land Survey, Housing in rural communities required.

Accountabilities: Responsible to ensure that all valuation works required for replacement land are undertaken including all associated activities


  • Assist with preparation of field mission (logistics, paperwork);
  • Prepare and supervise preparation of all data, charts, plots, maps, records and documents related to surveys.
  • Lead on field land survey activities conducted by Company.
  • QA/QC datasets, maps and field reports to certify and assume liability of work performed.
  • Support Valuation team to ensure accuracy of data including measurements and calculation conducted at survey sites.
  • Provide inputs for preparation of land survey guidance documents and procedures.
  • Ensure the results of field survey findings are captured and recorded in a consistent manner.
  • Provide inputs into the preparation of Compensation Agreements.
  • Liaise with Replacement Land and Compensation Agreements contractors, Company and other service provider’ teams to ensure Contractor’s scope is well understood and respected.
  • Provide support to Compensation Agreements, Payments and Replacement Land Survey team to issue Notices of Intention to Acquire.
  • Support Livelihoods Restoration team identify residential land parcels and suitability of land parcels to be used for Relocation Housing.
  • In conjunction with Resettlement and Livelihoods Restoration Team; lead on planning and implementation of land delineation and cadastral surveys, including getting input from District Authorities to ensure that cadastral requirements are met.
  • Work closely with Company GIS and Contractors’ GIS to ensure data are transmitted.
  • In-conjunction with Livelihoods Restoration team confirm ownership and acquisition process of identified land parcels.
  • In-conjunction with the Resettlement and Livelihoods Restoration team engage Authorities and communities about the use of Replacement Land for Relocation Houses for physically impacted PAP’s.
  • Liaise with the Resettlement Planning team and Land valuation teams for submission of all valuation reports to the Chief Valuer for approval; In-conjunction with the Resettlement and Livelihoods team, ensure that Replacement Housing Contractor receives all require documents (ROO, permits etc) required to commence Replacement House construction.
  • Coordinate field findings with the work of engineering and construction team and other concerned team involved in replacement housing construction.
  • Assist the Resettlement Planning team to compile a database of assets and valuations, including valuation schedule to be used to inform the entitlements and to present to relevant Authorities and Communities.
  • Attend RAP implementation Contractors’ meeting as required
  • Attend specific training as required
  • Produce daily, weekly, monthly progress reports.


  • Familiarity or experience in Tanzanian Valuation legislation, codes, and practices required
  • Familiarity with International Valuation requirements preferred
  • Familiarity with Land acquisition and Resettlement Process preferred
  • Familiarity with National and International regulations and requirements standards
  • Proven ability to work independently and meet deadlines required
  • Proven computer and analytical skills required
  • Fluency in English and Swahili (written and spoken) required,
Contact E-mail:  [email protected]
Application Deadline:  06 Jan 2021

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