Graduates are being sought to help propel the digital revolution in homes and businesses.
Ordnance Survey, whose head office is in Southampton, is on the search for six SoftWare And Topography (SWAT) graduates to capture 10,000 changes to the British landscape every day.
The national mapping agency is launching a campaign to recruit the specialist graduates to deal with an explosion in the demand for high quality, accurate digital mapping data.
The experts will capture the nation’s changing landscape to help businesses, government and individuals power Britain’s knowledge economy.
The deadline for applications is March 11.