The average pay for a Surveyor Mine is €43,216 a year and €21 an hour in Italy.
The average salary range for a Surveyor Mine is between €31,055 and €53,194.
This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in Italy.
Average Salary Chart
Conducts surveys at surface and subsurface mine sites to obtain data used in planning mining operations: takes instrument readings of sun or stars and calculates longitude and latitude to determine mine location.
Directs survey technicians and helpers surveyor helper in use of electronic surveying equipment, light emitting systems, or other instruments to transfer surface survey positions and directions to underground areas and to survey assigned sections.
Computes data necessary for driving and connecting underground passages to control direction and extent of mining operation.
Computes volume of coal or ore in portions of mine, using survey data.
Surveys and calculates volume of material deposits, spoil piles, or veins, and amount of overburden to be removed.
Drafts or directs others to draft maps of survey data.
May assist mine superintendent and mining engineer in planning mining operations.
May conduct surveys of tunnels, subway sites, and underground storage facilities.